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By Ross King Ph.D., Jaehoon Yeon Ph.D. Ph.D., Insun Lee

Following straightforward Korean, carrying on with Korean is the second one quantity in Ross King and Jaehoon Yeon's renowned sequence of college-level Korean textbooks.

This quantity is aimed toward the coed with 365 days of Korean language learn lower than their belt, and especially the coed who has mastered the styles and vocabulary brought in King and Yeon's straightforward Korean, the 1st ebook during this series.

Each of the fifteen chapters in carrying on with Korean introduces new language in context, via dialogues and analyzing passages that includes the Murphy kinfolk and the Kim kin, through vocabulary, grammar issues, and exercises—all designed to profit Korean as completely as attainable. each 5 chapters there's a brief evaluation part to consolidate language discovered up to now. All dialogues, analyzing texts, vocabulary phrases, and instance sentences are given in Korean Hangul and English. An accompanying loose downloadable audio presents native-speaker recordings of dialogues, examining passages, and key terms and words. Concise grammar notes in English, large glossaries, and a solution key make this e-book appropriate for these learning on my own, in addition to for school room use.

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And (also, in addition). The difference between the constructions with -고 and those with -어서 can be seen in part from the following two examples. 20. 술을 마시고 늦게 잤어요. Having had a drink, I went to bed late, or I had a drink and then went to bed late. 21. 술을 마셔서 늦게 잤어요. I went to bed late because (or since) I had (had) a drink. Here again we are faced with a unified Korean construction that corresponds to a separate English construction: sometimes the so or and is separated from the verb only by a slight pause, and sometimes a number of words may intervene.

5. 식사를 하지 마세요. 그냥 가세요. 6. 일만 하지 마세요. 좀 쉬세요. 7. 옷을 벗지 마세요. 입으세요. 8. 아직 가지 마세요. 나하고 같이 좀 더 있어요. 9. 도서관에 가지 마세요. 술집에 가서 술이나 마십시다. 10. 지하철을 타지 마세요. 택시로 오세요. 11. 혼자만 먹지 마세요. 나눠서 먹읍시다. 12. 걸어가지 마세요. 지하철로 갑시다. 13. 나한테 물어보지 마세요. 선생님한테 물어보세요. Exercise 4: Fill in the Blank In this exercise, fill in the blank with an appropriate -어서 form. : 늦어서 미안합니다, and then translate: Sorry I’m late. ) 1. 기분이 노래를 부릅니다. 2. 시간이 택시를 탔습니다. 3. 책을 많이 눈이 아픕니다. 4. 오래간만에 친구를 기분이 좋습니다. 5. 공부를 많이 피곤합니다. 6. 술을 많이 배가 아픕니다. 7. 하루 종일 피곤합니다.

9시쯤 한국말을 배우러 학교에 갑니다. 한국말 수업이 끝나고 5시까지 도서관에서 공부합니다. 그런데 오늘은 토요일이라서 수업이 없습니다. 저녁에는 보통 한국 친구들을 만나서 술을 마시러 술집에 갑니다. 그 친구들은 영어를 잘 못하지만 언제나재미있게 놀고 이야기합니다. 요즘 그 친구들 덕분에 한국의 정치에 관해서도 많이 배우고 있습니다. 한국말 연습도 많이 하고요. 나는 지금은 한국말을 조금 밖에 못하지만, 빨리 잘 하고 싶습니다. 내일부터 열심히 공부하겠습니다. Vocabulary New Adverbs 거의 nearly, almost, well-nigh 거의 다 왔어요. We’re almost there. 거의 다 했습니다. I’m almost finished. 수영을 거의 매일 합니다. I swim almost every day. 드디어 finally, at last 또한 moreover, furthermore, what’s more 의사이고 또한 교수예요.

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