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Second Edition

My
Korean
2
Second Edition

Young-A Cho
In-Jung Cho
Douglas Ling

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Final draft: August 2009


First edition, May 2010
Second edition, June 2014

CONTENTS
PREFACE (THE FIRST EDITION)

vi

PREFACE (THE SECOND EDITION)

TO THE TEACHER AND THE LEARNER

xi

ABOUT SYMBOLS USED IN THIS BOOK

xiv
1

UNIT 11 ?
Asking and giving the reason for actions
Talking about past travel, leisure and holiday activities
Situation Dialogue 1

Cause and Result +(/) so (that)

Vocabulary: Describing Things

Vocabulary: Counting Days

Situation Dialogue 2

13

Situation Dialogue 3

21
29

UNIT 12 ?
Requesting and offering services
Situation Dialogue 1

31

Offering: +(/) ? Shall I do (for you)?

33

Requesting: +(/) please do (for me).

36

Situation Dialogue 2

43

Situation Dialogue 3

51

UNIT 13 ?

63

Talking about planned activities


Situation Dialogue 1

65

Planned Activity in the Future: +{/} be going

67

to

Situation Dialogue 2

73

Purpose for Going Somewhere: +{} go

75

somewhere in order to
Situation Dialogue 3

79

Vocabulary: Sports

82
91

UNIT 14 ?
Giving a reason or cause
Talking about illness and health
Giving advice
Situation Dialogue 1

93

Reason or Cause: +{} since; because

95

Situation Dialogue 2

101

Vocabulary: Parts of the Human Body

103

Change in an Action or State:

106

+ while; while doing; and then


Situation Dialogue 3

111

Negative Commands: + Please, dont

114

Frequency: three times per day

119

Vocabulary: Length of Time

120

UNIT 15 ?

129

Talking about whether something might happen


Arranging events
Situation Dialogue 1

131

Sequence 1: +(/) and then; and

132

Sequence 2: +(/) (did), and then

136

Situation Dialogue 2

139

Conditional if: +{} if , (then)

141

ii

Situation Dialogue 3

147

Compulsion: +(/) have to ; must

150

Instant Decision: +{/} I will

; Well

154
163

UNIT 16 ?
Talking about locations
Situation Dialogue 1

165

Location: + is/are at ...

166

Situation Dialogue 2

173

Vocabulary: Positions

176

Situation Dialogue 3

185

Vocabulary: House

186

Housing in Korea

187

UNIT 17 6

199

Talking about travel


Situation Dialogue 1

201

Vocabulary: Transportation

204

Public Transportation in Seoul

206

Situation Dialogue 2

209

Travel Time: ? How long does it take?

211

Taking transport: +{/} / take

214

Situation Dialogue 3

219

Transferring to Another Mode of Transport:

222

+{} transfer to
239

UNIT 18
Describing and comparing things
Making contrasting statements
Talking about the weather
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Situation Dialogue 1

241

Comparing: A + () (more) than A

244

Situation Dialogue 2

255

Contrasting: + but

258

Situation Dialogue 3

263

Vocabulary: Four Seasons

265

Vocabulary: Weather

265

UNIT 19 ?

275

Confirming what you already know


Describing people, animals and things (1)
Being polite (Soft sentence endings)
Making a suggestion to try something
Situation Dialogue 1

278

Confirming: + , isnt it?; , doesnt it?

280

Vocabulary: Animals and Insects

284

Situation Dialogue 2

289

Vocabulary: Describing People (1)

291

Describing with Modifying Adjective Endings: +{/}

294

Vocabulary: Describing People (2)

298

(with Modifying Adjective Endings)


Situation Dialogue 3

305

Soft Sentence Endings: +{/}

308

Making a Suggestion: +(/) Try ...ing

314
323

UNIT 20 ?
Describing people, animals and things (2)
Situation Dialogue 1

325

Vocabulary: Colour Terms

328

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Situation Dialogue 2

337

Describing with Modifying Verb Endings

340

o Past tense: Verb Stem +{/}


o Present tense: Verb Stem +
o Future tense: Verb Stem +{/}
349

Situation Dialogue 3
TRANSCRIPT OF LISTENING TASKS
Korean Editing Symbols and Handwriting Sheet

357

Preface (the first edition)

This textbook is the second volume of My Korean, whose story of a long


development is already detailed in the preface of the first volume. We will,
however, repeat its development story again here because it tells about our
approach underlying the making of this book. If you have already read the
preface in the first volume, you may skip this one.
This textbook began its life as a personal collection of language
activities which complemented the textbook Learning Korean: New
Directions 1, (Pilot Edition 1) used in some Australian universities including
Monash University where we started teaching Korean in 1992. In 1995, this
meagre collection grew into a textbook of its own entitled Lets Speak Korean.
The following year the book went through a major change when Douglas
Ling, a former student of ours and a lecturer in Film Studies at RMIT
University (as a matter of fact, he is happily retired now), started helping us to
rephrase the grammar explanations to be more suitable for Australian learners.
The book title also changed to Talking to Koreans and we started to build a
Korean language learning web site based on the book and kept all the
materials on the site open to the public.
This open access policy was part of our efforts to promote Korean
language in Australia as well as around the world and to help other Korean
language educators who strove to provide a better learning environment
because of a dearth of Korean language learning materials. During the
following years, we kept modifying the book based on students feedback and
needs, added more learning materials to the web, as well as making another
title change into the current My Korean in 1998. However, in late 2006, we
lost a significant amount of our on-line materials when our university
introduced a new university-wide content management system. Only the
small amount but most important materials, have been migrated into the new

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system with generous assistance from the Faculty of Arts. This situation was
somewhat disastrous, however, it gave us a chance to rethink not only the
whole project but also about our approach to teaching, resulting in another
major rewrite for the book.
We have changed all the situation dialogues to make them more
authentic. In particular, we have broken away from the conventional method
of using mainly polite styles of speech throughout the entire book, because
this method tends to create highly unauthentic situations. For example, this
method created a very unlikely situation where two close friends used the
polite style of speech to each other. Therefore, we have used different styles
of speech which are appropriate to each situation, resulting in the use of close
friend style of speech in most cases. This style of speech is also more
appropriate for our students because they can immediately use it when they
talk to one another or when they talk to their Korean friends.
Another major change is the use of comics for every situation
dialogue to provide more extra-linguistic cues. When we communicate, we
use all kind of extra-linguistic cues available to make sense out of each
others speech. However, text-only dialogues lack these extra-linguistic cues
and make a students job of making sense out of an already foreign language a
lot harder. In order to solve this problem, we have used comics alongside the
recording of each situation dialogue, turning the dialogue multimodal and as
close as to that of a real situation. This multimodal dialogue allows learners
make meaning by using a crucial combination of words, graphics and sound.
Now, we should like to thank all those who have contributed in
different ways to this book:
To the Korea Foundation for the 2008 grant which made it possible to
include the comics for the situation dialogues and gave us the last push
into finishing this book;
To Ju Han Lee from Yeundoo Studio in Korea (http://yeundoo.com) for
the front cover design and the comics for the situation dialogues;
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To Hye-Jung Kim for most of the illustrations other than the situation
dialogue comics;
To Joel Atkinson, Erin Fitzgerald, Stephen Gartlan and Vicky Ryan for
formatting and editing;
To Youngsam Moon for providing invaluable information about
contemporary Korean expressions used by young people and for various
administrative works including organising a recording party and taking
part in it himself;
To Jihee Jung, Youngsun Hwang, Seongin Choi, Moon Chung and
Seonghwan Ahn for volunteering to do the recording;
To all the past and current students for their valuable feedback and
insights which they have let us gain through the collaborative exploration
of learning the language;
To Jung Sim Kim, Korean studies subject librarian at Monash University
for her hard work in building up the great Korean collection which was
invaluable in writing this book;
To our colleagues at the School of Languages, Cultures and Linguistics at
Monash University, in particular, Robert Irving, Bruce Jacobs, Helen
Marriott, Gloria Davies and Alison Tokita for their support and
encouragement;
And last but not least to our good friends, Lendriani and Nigel Thursfield,
Vicky and William Quek, Janet and Jim Murray, and Douglas and Helena
Ling for their love and support.
Following our open access policy, this book and its accompanying
audio files are licensed under the Creative Commons AttributionNoncommercial-Share Alike 2.5 Australia License in the hope that this book
will make a small contribution to the development of Korean language
education throughout the world. As one of Less Commonly Taught
Languages, Korean still suffers from a dearth of learning materials. Korean
teachers often have to design their courses and develop learning materials that
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suit their students on top of their normal teaching duties, let alone their fight
to keep the Korean program alive. We have met many marvelous teachers
over the years and they have been our inspiration. We hope this book will
help those teachers in their efforts of creating a better learning environment
for their students.
To all, many thanks again for your assistance and encouragement.
Melbourne

Young-A Cho

24 June, 2009

In-Jung Cho

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Preface (the second ed tion)


Since the first edition of this textbook was released four years ago, in 2010,
we have come to gain more insight into the teaching and learning of the
Korean language. This would not have been possible without the constructive
comments and feedback provided by our students over the years. We are also
thankful to our teaching staff, Danbee Kim and Hye-yun Bae for their
dedication to teaching and for their valuable feedback. In particular, we
would like to make a special mention of Danbee Kim, who has made a
significant contribution to this second edition, by assisting with improved
grammar explanations and better English translation, amongst many other
things.
The main areas of revision are:
(1) Some grammar explanations have been revised to help increase students
understanding.
(2) English translation has been revised to make it more natural.
(3) New symbols are used to help students learn Korean grammatical items
more effectively.
We hope you find the revisions and improvements contained in this second
edition to be hepful for your teaching or learning of the Korean language.

Melbourne

Young-A Cho

20 June, 2014

In-Jung Cho

To the teacher and the learner


This book is primarily written for a Korean language university course for
beginners with a survival level of Korean proficiency, but it may be used in
other settings including self-study. The guidelines, therefore, are focused on
teaching or learning in a university setting, but we suggest that all the users of
the book read them regardless of whether you are a teacher or a student
enrolled in a course or you are using it on your own for independent study.
Objectives
This book is a follow-up to the first volume of My Korean which introduces
learners to the Korean alphabet and some everyday situations to help them
acquire survival Korean. This book consolidates and extends the work
begun in the first volume by helping learners continue to develop their ability
to communicate in routine social situations.
Basic Approach
Our experiences of teaching Korean for more than two decades and the
results of language learning research tell us that a good foundation of
language structures is essential for learners to be successful. This book,
therefore, concentrates on giving learners a good working knowledge of the
basic structure and grammar of the Korean language with a limited number of
vocabulary items that are frequently used in everyday situations. Once they
acquire this knowledge, they can expand their vocabulary quite easily on their
own as need arises. This approach can also maximise small contact hours
(usually four to five hours a week) available in many university settings.

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Structure of the book


This book is organised into ten units and is basically taught one unit per week
in one semester. Each unit is composed of three situation dialogues, grammar
explanations and various tasks such as role plays, listening, writing and
reading.
Information about each unit is presented in the contents of this book.
Therefore, there is no need for further explanations here apart from Unit
Eleven, which is basically designed to refresh the learners memory of what
they have learned in the first volume although it introduces one new grammar
pattern.
There are twenty four appendices. Appendices One to Twenty Two
have verb and adjective conjugation tables. Appendix Twenty Three is the list
of basic particles and suffixes. Appendix Twenty Four is a list of basic
Korean editing symbols and a handwriting sheet which can be used for
writing practice or writing assignments.
Situation dialogues, role plays and listening tasks
As mentioned above, each unit is composed of three situation dialogues,
grammar explanations and various tasks such as role plays, listening, writing
and reading. The situation dialogues, role plays and listening tasks require
some explanation.
The situation dialogues are presented in two modes: comics and
text-only mode. Comics are used to provide extra-linguistic cues which are
normally available when we communicate. The comics and the recording of
each situation dialogue provide multimodal language input to help students
job of making meaning. There are also some differences in spellings used in
the comics and the corresponding text-only dialogue. We use the colloquial
version in the comics to show how some words are pronounced differently
from their standard spellings.
The situation dialogues are also presented in two settings: the Korean
setting and the Australian setting. The first setting involves mainly two
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Korean university students, Minseo Kim and Jihun Park. The second setting
revolves around three university students, Minjun Kim, Paul Smith and
Hyeonu Lee, who are studying in Australia. The presence of any of these
characters will tell you in which setting each dialogue is taking place.
The role plays are somewhat mechanical and different from those
based on communicative methods. They are to provide a more interesting
setting for the practice of speaking and listening. They can, however, be used
as a basis for the more communicative nature of role plays by encouraging the
students to be more creative and to play with the language.
Most listening tasks are from our old out-of-print listening books,
which were called Elementary Task-Centered Listening Comprehension of
Korean 1 and 2, published in 1994 and later changed to Korean Through
Active Listening 1 and 2. The listening books were always used alongside the
textbook until they became out of print in early 2008. This development has
allowed the incorporation of the listening tasks into the textbook, resulting in
the more rounded and user-friendly textbook. We have to admit that the
expressions in the listening tasks are not as natural as they should be, but they
still provide good input via listening, which is very important in language
learning. We have polished some English expressions, resulting in a few
discrepancies between the texts and the recordings.
The listening tasks do not have answer keys. It has only the transcript
at the end of the book and the learners are required to find the answers
themselves first by listening and then by reading.
Romanisation
This book has used the Korean government romanisation system.

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About symbols used in this book


These symbols are designed to help you learn Korean grammatical items
more effectively. At the beginning, you may need some time to familiarise
yourself with these symbols. However, as you progress throughout this book,
you will find these symbols to be very useful for your Korean language
learning.
Symbol

Meaning

Example

+(a/b)

This symbol is used for the adjective and


verb endings which follow the last vowel
rule. When the last vowel in a preceding
stem/word is or , the element a
should be used. Otherwise, the element b
should be used.
Parentheses without a slash inside means
the part inside them can be omitted
without causing any significant change in
its overall meaning.
This symbol is used for the grammatical
items which follow the consonant or
vowel rule. That is, when a preceding
word ends in a consonant, the first element
a is used, and when it ends in a vowel,
the second element b is used.
This symbol is also used for the
grammatical items which follow the
consonant or vowel rule. That is, the first
element a is used only when a preceding
word ends in a consonant.
The backward slash used without
parentheses or braces means that a and
b are interchangeable.
The particles and are often
shortened in spoken Korean to and
respectively and integrated with their
preceding syllables, as in +
and + . The subscripts mean
these shortened forms.

+(/)
+(/)
+(/)

( )

+{a/b}

+{a}

a/b
subscript

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+{/} ()

+{/}?
+{/}

+{}
+{}

+(/)
/
+
+
+{/}

11
?

Unit Focus:
Asking and Giving the Reason for Actions
Talking about Past Travel, Leisure and
Holiday Activities

o Cause and Result

+(/)

so (that)

o Vocabulary: Describing Things


o Vocabulary: Counting Days

UNIT 11 ?

UNIT 11 ?

Situation Dialogue 1
Paul and Minjun are talking about their vacations during the semester break.
:

. ?

,
:

?
:

...

Vocabulary

long time no see

school holidays

well

not too bad

spend +?]

have been to ...? ;


visited?

last week

how long

++] in Korea

[stayed +
(soft ending)]

about; around

two weeks

or so

+ +]

another/any other place

tired

so]

+] rings

mobile phone

+] hang on

UNIT 11 ?

4
Note: You can use
use either

... to mean about or so. Another option is to

... or ...

Romanisation and Translation


Minjun :

Ya~ oraenmanida.

Hey, long time no see.

Banghak jal bonaesseo?

How was your vacation?

Ne, geureok jeoreogyo.

Not too bad.

Geunde, hyeong hanguge

Hey, did you visit (Lit. go

gatdawasseoyo?

and come back) Korea?

Eo. Gatdawasseo.

Yeah, I did.

Jinan jue wasseo.

Came back last week.

Geuraeyo? Hangugen eolmana

Yeah?

isseonneundeyo?

How long did you stay there?

Minjun :

Han i juil jjeum.

About two weeks.

Paul:

Dareun den an gasseoyo?

Did you go anywhere else?

Paul:

Minjun :
Paul:

(Lit. You didnt go to another


place?)
Minjun :

Eo, an gasseo. Dondo

No, I didnt. (Lit. Yeah, I

eopgo jom pigonhaeseo

didnt go.) I didnt have

geunyang jibe isseosseo.

much money and was a bit

Geunde neon mwo haennya?

tired, so I just stayed at home.


What about you? What did
you do?

Paul:

Hanguk sikdangeseo

I worked part-time at a

albahaesseoyo.

Korean restaurant.
[Mobile phone rings]

[Haendeuponi ullinda]
Eo... jamkkanmanyo.

Umm Hang on.

UNIT 11 ?

Cause and Result: +(/) , so


We use +(/) to express the result of situation for a statement or give an
answer to a why question.
+(/)

Verb or Adjective Stem

You have learnt how to talk about what you are doing, or what you usually
do, using the present tense ending +(/). You will remember that we
created a verb by adding this ending, which carries the grammatical function,
to a verb stem carrying the basic meaning. So to create this +(/) form,
all we have to do is alter the ending that carries the grammatical function.
Instead of using the +(/) ending, simply add + or to the
stem:
+

(Present Tense)

(Cause & Result)

General Rules:
a) If the last vowel of the stem is

or

b) If the last vowel is not


+

or

: +
its fine, so

its expensive, so

: +

its far, so
its interesting, so

c) If the stem ends in : changes to

its clean, so

its warm, so

UNIT 11 ?

d) If the stem ends with the consonant : drop and add +


In this case, the consonant

is replaced with the vowel

and then you

add .

its close, so

its difficult, so

e) If the stem ends with the vowel : drop and add + or


In this case the final vowel is dropped and + or + is added,
depending on the vowel of the preceding syllable. If it is

or

, add

+. Otherwise, add +, including when the stem is a single syllable.

(someone) is sick, so

(someone/something) is
big, so

Examples:
(1)

That dress is expensive,

so I cant buy it.


(2)

I havent any money,


so I cant go to a restaurant.

When you use the +(/), you must use the verb or adjective stem plus
+(/) irrespective of the tense of the sentence. Thus, in (3) to say it
was expensive, so... we do not use

together with a past tense in the final verb

++) but

(++). It is the

same in (4), where is used, not (++).


(3)

That dress was expensive,


so I couldnt buy it.

UNIT 11 ?
(4) A:

7
Did you go to a restaurant

yesterday?
B:

I didnt have any money,

so I couldnt go.
(5)

He hasnt arrived yet, so we

cant go.
(Not

.)

We can also split the sentence into two by using the conjunction

as in

examples (6) - (8).


(6)

(7)

That dress is expensive.

So I cant buy it.


I dont have any money.

(8)

So I cant go to the restaurant.

He (Lit. that person) hasnt

arrived yet.

(9)

A:
B:

So we cant go.

Why did you drink so much?


I was really upset, so I had a
few drinks.

(10) A:
B:

Why are you so late?


Sorry. My car broke down,
so...

(11) A:

Why didnt you do your


homework?

UNIT 11 ?

8
B:

My parents suddenly came

over, so I couldnt do it.

(12) A:

Why didnt you come to the


party yesterday?

B:

Some friends suddenly came

over, so....
(13) A:

? (casual)

Why did you go to see a doctor


yesterday?

B:

*).

I had a headache,
so (I went see a doctor).

(*In the West, many doctors are based in small clinics but this is not
the case in Korea. Koreans routinely go to a hospital for treatment for
even minor ailments. Thus, if statement A above were translated as
Why did you go to the hospital yesterday? it would give the wrong
connotation.)
(14)

(15)

(16)

Sorry Im late.

Thanks a lot for your help.


Thank you for coming.

UNIT 11 ?

Vocabulary: Describing Things

close

light

high

low

clean

dirty

tasty

cheap

easy

interesting; fun

few; little

quiet

far
heavy

not tasty
expensive
difficult
boring
many; much

noisy

good/fine

bad

cold

hot

big

tired

small
busy

Vocabulary: Counting Days

one day

7 /

seven days

two days

8 /

eight days

3 /

three days

9 /

nine days

4 /

four days

10 /

ten days

5 /

five days

15 /

fifteen days

6 /

six days

Note: Except for one day and two days, Sino Korean numbers (e.g. 3, 4 )
are used more often these days.

UNIT 11 ?

10

Task 1: Listening
(EXPONENT)
Verb stem +

I'd like to -Verb- but ...

(ESSENTIAL VOCABULARY)

money

school holidays

travelling

very

very much

price (of

commodities)
at first

China

Japan

1 week

too
Singapore
Taiwan
how many days;
several days

3 days

just; simply

this (time)

can't

in there; there

because __ is/was

for

tired

expensive

went; had gone

stayed

don't have and

()

wanted to go but

because __ is/was

came back
did

was interesting

UNIT 11 ?

11

You will hear people talking about a trip. Put a mark in the middle
column next to each country visited and write down how long he stayed there
in a right column. Ready? Listen!

country

Visit or not

period

12

UNIT 11 ?

UNIT 11 ?

13

Situation Dialogue 2
Paul is talking to Minjun about the Korean dinner he had with his friends.
:

. ?

:
:

:
:

.
?

Vocabulary
these days

always

busy + as you know; of course]

yesterday +(topic particle)]

busy +?]

[ rest + day +was] was a day off


[ there

how is it?]

a bit

get sick of +(past tense)] got a bit sick of

[this time +(time particle) +(topic particle)]

UNIT 11 ?

14
Yuk-gae-jang
but

[all

not able to; cannot

eat +(past tense)]

was not able to eat all of it

Romanisation and Translation


Paul:

Yosae bappayo?

Busy these days?

Minjun :

Nan eonjena bappeuji. Neon?

Im always busy, as you know.

Eoje ilhaesseo?

You? Did you work yesterday?

Aniyo, eojen swineun

No, yesterday I had a day off,

narieosseoyo. Geuraeseo

so I had dinner with friends.

Paul:

jeonyeoge chingudeulhago
gachi bap meogeosseoyo.
Minjun :

Geurae? Eodi gasseonneunde?

Yeah? Where did you go?


(Lit. Where had you gone?)

Paul:

Seoul sikdangiyo.

Seoul Restaurant.

Minjun :

Seoul sikdang? Geogi eottae?

Seoul Restaurant? How was it?

Eumsik masisseo?

(Lit. How is that place?)


Is food good?

Paul:

Ne gwaenchanayo.

Yeah, fine.

Minjun :

Mwo meogeosseonneunde?

What did you have (this time)?

Tto bulgogi?

Bul-go-gi again?

Aniyo, neomu jaju meogeoseo

No, Ive had it too often,

jom jillyeosseoyo.

so Im sick of it. (Lit.: Ive

Ibeonen yukgaejangiyo.

gotten sick of it.)

Paul:

This time I had Yuk-gae-jang.


Minjun :

Mwo, yukgaejang?

What? Yuk-gae-jang?

Paul:

Ne, geunde jom maewoseo

Yeah, but it was a bit spicy for

da mot meogeosseoyo.

me, so I couldnt finish it (Lit.


couldnt eat it all).

UNIT 11 ?

15

Task 2: Complete the Sentences


Complete the following excuses with an appropriate expression. The first
one is done for you.

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

(snow)

(closed)

(mood)

8.

9.

10.

(break down)

7.

6.

UNIT 11 ?

16

Task 3: Roleplay

A: You went to a department store with your friend yesterday. Your friend
seemed to be interested in the items below. But you are not sure what
your friend bought as you had to leave for another appointment. Ask
them if they bought each of the items. If not, find out why. Write the
reasons beneath the items.
B: Your friend wants to know if you bought the items below. You decided
not to buy any of them. When your friend asks, tell them that you didnt
buy the item and why. You can use the following reasons to help you.

REASONS:

a.

1.

2.

B:

A:

c.

d.

4.

- Casual]

A:

3.

b.

UNIT 11 ?

17

UNIT 11 ?

18

Task 4: Listening
(EXPONENT)
Verb stem +

I was (Verb)ing

Verb or Adjective stem + (/)

because (A) Verb or Adjective

A+{

I'm A.

/}

(ESSENTIAL VOCABULARY)
bathing

food

cleaning

music

basketball

exam

study

telephone

guest

kitchen

game; match

room

next week

Hello (on the phone)

minute(s)
now

late [adverb]

again

after

in the

afternoon
in; at

from

for a moment

sorry, but

(Are you) busy?

will call

was making

because (A) answered (the phone)

was watching

finish(es)

Speaking. / It's me.

wait, please
was doing
was listening
will come

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When

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May I speak to A?(on the phone) Lit. Please change to A


May I speak to A?(on the phone) Lit. I request A

rang the following people, they didn't answer the phone

immediately. When they answered, they said that they could not answer the
phone earlier because they had been doing something. What was each person
doing when the phone rang? Write down the letter of the picture that
describes what each person was doing. Ready? Listen!

1.________________

2.________________

3.________________

4.________________

5.________________

6.________________

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Situation Dialogue 3
Minseo is telling Jihun why she didnt go to see a movie yesterday.
:

.
?

...

?
,

Vocabulary
movie
[

fun; enjoyable; interesting +(casual past

tense ending)] was it good?


Cold

just; simply
too

head +(subject particle) ache+(casual

past tense ending)] I had a headache

[ cold catch+(past tense modifier)+

could it be the case that?]

Lit. Could it be the case that youve caught a cold?

[ deeply; soundly sleep +

probably because]

probably because I slept well


Note: You may find the usage of "cold" here seems strange because it relates
to a headache. The notion of gamgi ( ) can include other illnesses with
symptoms like a headache or fever. Korean people worry about "gamgi"

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because it means you have caught something.

Romanisation and Translation


Jihun:

Eoje yeonghwa jaemisseosseo?

How was the movie


yesterday? (Lit. Was the
movie enjoyable yesterday?)

Minseo:

Ani, eoje yeonghwa mot bwasseo.

Oh, I couldnt go.


(Lit. No, I couldnt see the
movie yesterday.)

Jihun:

Wae? Museun il isseosseo?

Why? What happened?


(Lit. Did something
happen?)

Minseo:

Museun ireun?

Nothing. (Lit. What

Geunyang meoriga neomu apasseo. occurrence?) I just had a


really bad headache, so...
Jihun:

Gamgi geollin geo aniya?

Maybe youve got a cold?


(Lit. Could it be the case that
youve caught a cold?)

Minseo:

Geulsse... Geunde,

Well Anyway, I feel better

eoje jameul puk jaseo geureonji

now after sleeping well last

jigeumeun gwaenchana.

night (Lit. Probably because


I slept well last night, I feel
alright now).

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Task 5: Roleplay

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Your friend was meant to be going to see a movie, but didnt do after all.

A:

Find out the reason why. Write down their name below the appropriate
reason.
You were supposed to be going to see a movie, but you didnt because

B:

something unexpected happened. When your friend asks about the


movie, tell them that you didnt do and why. You can use the following
reasons to help you.

1.

2.

. /

?
.

- Casual]

B:

B:

4.

A:

A:

3.

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Task 6: Reading Comprehension


Andrew is writing an email to his Korean teacher in Australia about his
current travel in Asia.

3,

2015

4 .

.
6

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Vocabulary
meanwhile; in the meantime (Lit. during that time)

How have you been? (Lit. Have you been well?) hon.
trip

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first+(time particle)+(topic particle)] at first

original +(emphasis)] originally; actually

Thailand

intended to] was going to go

but

[go+

tired +

so] was tired so

had a good look around


kind

[go + (future)] going to go

later; in the future

photo

send+

do for you +will] will send

it to you
Yours Sincerely

Comprehension Questions (Answer in Korean.)


1.

What did Jennifer do during the semester break?

2.

Where did she go?

3.

How long did she stay in each country other than Korea?

4.

Why didnt she go to Thailand?

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Task 7: Word Check


Match these adjectives with their opposites below. The first one is done for
you.
a.

h.

b.

i.

j.

k.

c.
d.
e.
f.

l.

m.

8.

g.

1.
2.

9.

3.

10.

4.

11.

5.

12.

6.

13.

7.

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Task 8: Complete the Dialogue


The following three lines are missing from the dialogue below. Work out
what they mean and insert them into the dialogue.
a.

(=

b.

c.

)?
?
?

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

?
.

_________________________________________________

__________________________________________________

__________________________________________________
.

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Task 9: Writing
Write a short description of where you went and/or what you did during the
last semester break.

12
?

Unit Focus:
Requesting and Offering Services

o Offering

+(/) ? Shall I do

(for you)?

o Requesting

+(/) . Please do

(for me).

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Situation Dialogue 1
Amanda is taking a taxi in Seoul.
:
:

:
:

.
.

(Approaching the destination)


:

Vocabulary

express bus
terminal

(+)

[+(direction particle) go + ] please go (to)

is it?
Gangnam (a district in southern part of Seoul (Lit. South
of the river))
East Seoul

stop + ?] shall I stop (for you)?

taxi rank
[

front+(location particle)] in front of


stop + ] pull over, please

Note: The Korean inter-city express bus system is cheap, fast, and
convenient. Buses between cities leave about every ten minutes, though less
frequently for smaller towns. There is an express bus terminal (
) in every town, usually near the town centre.

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Romanisation and Translation


Taxi

Eodi gaseyo?

Where would you like to go? (Lit.

driver:

Where are you going?)

Amanda: Gosokbeoseu teomineollo

Express Bus Terminal, please.

ga juseyo.

(Lit. Please go to the Express Bus


Terminal.)

Taxi

Gangnam teomineoriyo?

The Gangnam terminal or

driver:

Dongseoul teomineoriyo?

the East Seoul terminal?

Amanda: Gangnam teomineoriyo.

The Gangnam terminal, please.

Taxi

Sure. (Lit. Ah, Yes.).

A, ne.

driver:
Approaching the destination
Taxi

Eodiseo sewo deurilkkayo?

Where would you like me to stop?

driver:

(Lit. Where shall I stop for you?)

Amanda: Jeogi taeksi jeongnyuso

Could you pull over by that taxi

apeseo sewo juseyo.

rank over there, please.

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Offering: +(/) ? Shall I do ... (for you)?


When you offer to do something, you can use:
Verb Stem

+ (/)

(Casual)

Verb Stem

+ (/)

(Polite)

Verb Stem

+ (/) ?

(Honorific)

Rules:
You have previously learnt how to create a present tense verb by adding
+(/). When you are offering to do something, simply replace with
or .
+

(Present Tense)

(Casual)

(Polite)

+ ?

+ ?

(Honorific)

If you do not know the present tense ending +(/), refer to the following
rules:
a) If the last vowel of the verb stem is
+

()? or + ?

?
?

b) If the last vowel of the verb stem is not


+

or

Ill buy it for you?


Shall I give you a discount, then?

or

()? or + ?

Ill lend you some money?

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Shall I put (it) in an envelope?

c) If the stem ends with : changes to

Shall I cook (a meal) for you?

()? or

Shall I introduce Sumi to you?

Examples:
(1)

At a shop
A:

Would you like this wrapped?


(Lit. Shall I wrap it for you?)

B:

Yes, please (Lit. Please wrap it for


me).

(2)

At a shop
A:

B:

How much is that?


Its 10,000 won. Would you like to

take a look at it?


(Lit. Shall I show it (to you)?)

(3)

At a hairdressers
A:

How would you like your hair cut?


(Lit. How shall I cut your hair?)

B:
(4)

At a dry cleaners
A:

B:

At a bank

Id like to get this suit dry-cleaned


(Lit. Please dry-clean this suit).

(5)

Just a trim, please.

When would you like it done by?

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A:

Id like to exchange this for Korean

currency.

B:

How would you like (me to


exchange) it?

(6)

At a restaurant
A: ?*

Shall I bring you the menu?

B:

Yes (bring it for me), please.

, .

(* ? is a common expression Koreans use in everyday


situations. Although it looks quite similar to the +(/)
form, it is not an example of the same form. It is a construction that
means to bring something for someone. At this stage, you only need
to memorise it as a set expression.)
(7)

A:

Can I bring it to you?

Yeah, thanks.

B: , .
? *

(8)

(*irregular verb
(8)

A:

May I help you?


help +

? )

Do you want me to help you with


your homework?

B: ,
(9)

A: (

B:
(10) A:
B: ,

No, thanks.

Do you want me to introduce you to

a guy?

I have a boyfriend (Lit. guy; man).

Can I buy you coffee?

?
.

. Nah, its okay. I already had one.

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Requesting: +(/) Please do

(for me)

When you accept an offer, reply with the form:


(Casual)

, Verb Stem +(/)


, Verb Stem +(/)

(Polite)

(Honorific)

, Verb Stem +(/)

When you want to ask someone to do something for you:


(Casual)

Verb Stem +(/)


Verb Stem +(/)

(Polite)

(Honorific)

Verb Stem +(/)

Note: Having the word here makes your request sound less abrupt, i.e.
more polite and less demanding.
Rules:
If you already know the present tense form of a verb in question, simply
replace in +(/) with

or .

(Present Tense)

(Casual)

(Polite)
(Honorific)

If you do not know the present tense ending +(/), refer to the following
rules:

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a) If the last vowel of the verb stem is
+

or

() or + .

MP3

Buy me an MP3 player.


Its too expensive. Could you please
give me a discount.

b) If the last vowel of the verb stem is not


+

or

() or + .
Lend me some money.

Could you please lend me a Korean


dictionary?

c) If the verb stem ends in : changes to


() or

Can you tell me one more time?

Could you please speak a bit more


slowly?

Examples:
(1)

At a petrol station
A:
B:

(2)

How full would you like it?


Fill it up, please.

Ordering food on the phone


A:

Could you please deliver one

. Jjangmyeon and two Jjambbong?


B:

Sure. Can I have your address and

phone number, please?

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(3)

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At a coffee shop
A:

Would you like any sugar? (Lit. Shall


I put in some sugar for you?)

B:

Yes, (Lit. put in) one teaspoon,


please.

(4)

At a shop

Could you please show me some


trousers?

(5)

(6)

(7)

(8)

Could you please take a photo for us?

Could you please write your address

and telephone number here?

(9)

Can you call me a taxi?

Could you please wake me up at 7

oclock tomorrow morning?

Its too heavy for me to lift

(Lit. so I cant lift it) by myself.

Can you help me?

(10)

Can you do me a favour?

(11) A:

Hey, sis, buy me dinner! (Lit. meal)

B:

Why should I?

A:

Cause youre older! (Lit. Youre my


older sister, you know.)

(12)

Excuse me, could we have the bill,


please. (Lit. Could you calculate for
us, please.)

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Task 1: Roleplay

Practise this roleplay with a partner. When you have finished, swap roles.
A: You are a taxi driver in Seoul.
B: You are a tourist in Seoul. Decide which of the places below you
will go to, and then ask a taxi driver to get you there.

1.

Gyeongbokgung Palace

2.

Deoksugung Palace

3.

Seoul Tower

4.

Insa-dong (artefatcs street in the city)

5.

Namdaemun Market

6.

7.

Seoul National University


Sinchon (Subway) Station

Inside the taxi


A(
B(

):
):

?
______________ {} .

Approaching the destination


A(
B(

):
):

?
[

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Task 2: Listening
(EXPONENT)
Verb stem +(/)

Please do something for me.

Verb stem +{}

Do Verb, please.

(ESSENTIAL VOCABULARY)

what

color

white

black

red

yellow

blue

violet

socks

trousers

really

very

then; in that case

Come this way, please

Welcome

Show __ to me, please

A ?

Do you have A?

A ?

Don't you have A?

Certainly; Yes, sir/madam

Wait a minute, please.

Do you like (it)?

I like (it)

please wrap (it)


sorry but

How much is (it)?

Shall I get you (one)?

Please give me _

hat/cap

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A

Here it is.

How about A?

what

O.K.

What's your size?

It's A.

What are you looking for? (May I help you?)

You will hear a clothing shop assistant help three customers. In the order
that they appear in the dialogue, the customers are

, and

Write down their names in the boxes of the items that they have bought.
Ready? Listen!
red

violet

yellow

black

blue

white

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Situation Dialogue 2
A waiter is taking orders at a restaurant.
:

:
:

?
.

(After having the Bulgogi)


:

:
:

, .

Vocabulary

? Are you ready to order?; Would you like to order?

Bulgogi (barbecued beef)


two servings

Naengmyeon (cold noodles)

two dishes
first
?

[ + ?] Shall I bring (to you) ?

[ + ] Bring to me

all

eat/drink (hon.) +(past tense)]

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Romanisation and Translation


Waiter:

Jumunhasigesseoyo?

Minseo: Ne, bulgogi 2 inbunhago


naengmyeon du geureut juseyo.

Are you ready to order?

Yes, well have two servings of


Bulgogi and two bowls of
Naengmyeon, please (Lit.
Please give us)

Waiter:

Bulgogihago naengmyeon gachi

Would you like the Bulgogi and

gatda deurilkkayo?

Naengmyeon brought together?


(Lit. Shall I bring the Bulgogi
and Naengmyeon together?)

Jihun:

Anyo, bulgogi meonjeo

No, could you please bring the

Gatda juseyo.

Bulgogi first.

(After having the Bulgogi)


Waiter:

Da deusyeosseoyo?

Have you finished? (Lit. Did


you eat all?)

Minseo: Ne, da meogeosseoyo.

Yes, we have. (Lit. we ate all.)

Waiter:

Geureomyeon naengmyeon

Then, shall I bring you the

jigeum gatda deurilkkayo?

Naengmyeon now?

Minseo: Ne, gatda juseyo.

Yes, please (bring it to us).

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Task 3: Roleplay

Practise this roleplay with a partner. When you have finished, swap roles.
You are a waiter at a Korean restaurant.

A:

B & C: You are friends, having dinner together at a Korean restaurant.


Order from the menu below.

- Bulgogi (barbecued beef)

(shaved ice dessert)

(broiled short ribs)

(sliced rice roll in hot sauce)

(grilled fish)

(instant noodles)

(grilled pork belly)

(black bean noodles)

(soy bean paste stew)

(Kimchi fried rice)

(Kimchi stew)

(rice, meat & veggies in seaweed)

(ginseng chicken stew)

(handmade hot noodle soup)

(stir-fried octopus)

(stir-dried glass noodles)

(noodles in cold beef broth)

(cold raw fish noodles)

(dumplings)
(mixed vegetables on rice)

]
:

:
:

?
.

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Task 4: Word and Grammar Check


Read the following list of the expressions for requesting or offering services.
a.

h.

b.

i.

c.

j.

k.

?
?

d.

e.

l.

f.

m.

g.

n.

?
?

Write down an appropriate expression next to each of the people below. The
first one is done for you.
.

(waiter)

1.

(hairdresser)

2.

4.

5.

6.

(barber)

3.

(dry cleaners)
(banker)
(petrol pumper)
(restaurant customer)

7.
8.
9.

10.

11.

12.

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Vocabulary

exchange + ]

what value+in] Used when you are

exchanging money to say what denomination of


notes or coins you would like to receive your money
in. It can also be used for goods such as phone cards.
?

give+?shall I] Shall I give?

head; hair

how

cut + ]

cut + ?]

[perm

[perm

?]

iron + ]

shave

?]

full

[ fill up or put in + ]

[ fill up or put in + ?]

dry-clean
]
dry-clean
?]

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Task 5: Listening
(EXPONENT)
Verb stem+(/) ? Do you want me to __ (for you)?
May I __ (for you)?
Verb stem +(/)

Please do __ (for me).

A .

Please give (me) A.

(ESSENTIAL VOCABULARY)
worth
sugar
one spoon (of)

full

and

ten thousand

thousand
two bank notes [sheets]

please give me (A)

Would you like me to give you (A)?

please cut (A)

Would you like me to cut (A)?

please perm (A)

Would you like me to perm (A)?

please iron (A)

Would you like me to shave (A)?

please fill (A) up or put (A) in (B)

Would you like me to fill (A) up or put


(A) in (B)?

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Would you like me to dry-clean (A)?


in (particle specifying unit of currency)

You will hear customers saying what they need done. For each question,
circle the letter of any pictures that describe what the customer wants. Ready?
Listen!
1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

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Situation Dialogue 3
Amanda is asking Minseo about her well-being.
?1

:
:

. .

:
:

? ...

?
.

Vocabulary
?

there

sick +(casual present tense ending)] Are you sick?

window

[ cold

[ a cold +

[ shut; close +

? could you ?] Could you shut?


] (I say that) because its cold

medicine] cold medicine

[ bring and buy for someone +?shall I?]


Do you want me to get for you? (Lit. Shall I buy and
bring for you?)

Note 1: Wh- question words (who, where, when, what) can also be used to
mean some- (someone, somewhere, sometime, something) in Korean.
There is no difference when writing; however, if the spoken stress is on the
question word, then it is a wh- question, and if the stress is on the verb, it is
a some- question.

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Examples:
(1a) ?

Are you sick/sore? (Lit. Does it hurt somewhere?)

(1b) ?

Where does it hurt?

(2a)

Are you eating something?

(2b)

What are you eating?

(3a)

Has someone come?

(3b)

Who came?

Romanisation and Translation


Amanda:

Eodi apa?

Are you unwell? (Lit. Are you


sick somewhere?)

Minseo:

Eo, meoriga.

Yeah. Ive got a headache.

Geogi changmun jom dada

(Lit. Yeah, the head.) Could

jullae?

you shut that window there for

Chuwoseo geurae.

me? Its a bit cold (thats why).

Amanda:

Geurae. Arasseo.

Yeah, okay.

Minseo:

Geunde gamgiyak jom isseo?

By the way, have you got any


cold medicine?

Amanda:

Gamgiyak? Eomneunde.....

Cold medicine? I havent got

Naega sada julkka?

any. Want me to go and get


some for you?

Minseo:

Aniya. Gwaenchana.

Nah. Its alright.

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Task 6: Roleplay

A: You are having a party at your place tonight and there is a lot of
housework to do. Ask your flatmate for help with doing the chores
below.
B: First, decide which of the chores below you would be happy to do,
and which ones you would not. If your flatmate asks you to do a
chore that you are happy to do, then you can offer to help (See
example dialogue 1).
But if you are asked to do a chore that you would not want to do,
respond with an appropriate excuse (See example dialogue 2).
1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

B:

1]

A:

6.

[
.

2]

A:
B:

A:

B: , .

B:

A: .

A:

A:

(allergy) .
.

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Task 7: Listening
(EXPONENT)
Verb stem + (/)
,

Could you (do it) for me, please?


Yes, okay.

.
,

Sorry, I'm a bit busy at the


moment.

I can't at the moment.

(ESSENTIAL VOCABULARY)
door
cleaning

coffee
photo

window

telephone

letter

washing

umbrella

room

post office

guest

dishwashing

evening

lawn

money

too

cold

busy

no

Why

I will

a little bit

please

soon

now

in; at; to

sorry but

Here it is.
There is a call for you..
is/am/are doing

I see; okay
my (humble)

Are you going?


will come

I will bring (it)

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Could you open (A)?


Could you make (A)?
Could you do (A)?

Could you close (A)?

Could you post (A)?

Could you mow (A)?

Could you lend (me A)?

Could you hang out (A)?

Could you answer (the phone)?

Could you hang out (A)?

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You will hear people asking others to do something for them. Write down

the letter of the picture which best describes what you hear. Listen to each
response and in the brackets mark O when a response is positive and X
when it is negative. Ready? Listen!
1.

) 2.

) 3.

) 4.

5.

) 6.

) 7.

) 8.

9.

) 10.

) 11.

) 12.

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Task 8: Listening
(ESSENTIAL VOCABULARY)

Korean

homework

a lot

time

A ?

Have you got A?

sick

now

don't have A

A+{ .

a little bit

Could you empty the rubbish bin, please?

You will hear a dialogue in which people are asking various favors from
others. Draw lines connecting the names of people who ask favors (in the left
column), to those of people asked favors (in the right columm), and the
pictures that describe each favor. Also write down in the parentheses next to
the people asked favors whether they say
write down

or

or

, ... - Just

. Ready? Listen!

1.

a. (

2.

b.

3.

c.

4.

d.

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Task 9: Reading Comprehension


Amanda is writing an email to a Korean friend in Korea.

?
^^

.
.

Vocabulary
?

Youre well, arent you?

[ look after + +so] for looking after

[ he/she (casual) +(subject particle)]

always
late

[get up +so]

worry+is] Im worried; its a worry

sorry +but] Im sorry but

[ please

wake someone up +

sorry +and]

can you?]

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definitely; without fail; make sure to
[ play +in order to come] come and visit

good/nice place(s)

show someone around + +Ill]

Ill take you to some good spots.

Comprehension Questions (Answer in English)


1.

What does Amanda thank Yeongmi for?

2.

What is Amanda worried about?

3.

What does Amanda want Yeongmi to do for her younger sibling?

4.

When and where does Amanda ask Yeongmi to visit?

5.

What does Amanda offer to do?

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Task 10: Writing


You have applied for a job as a flight attendant, and tomorrow you will have a
Korean language test. You want to prepare for some situations in which a
flight attendant is usually involved. Write a dialogue between a passenger and
a flight attendant.

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Task 11: Writing


You have just checked into a hotel in Seoul and discovered that there is no
soap ( ) or towel (

) in your room. Write a dialogue in which you call

the front desk. Request that the items be brought quickly so you can have a
bath. You should also ask for a room service menu and request a wake-up call
for 7 oclock tomorrow morning. (please wake me up:

).

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Task 12: Roleplay


Compare your dialogue from Task 10 or 11 Writing with a partners. Create a
combined dialogue and practice it together.

13
?

Unit Focus:
Talking about Planned Activities

o Planned Activity in the Future


+{/} be going to

o Purpose for Going Somewhere


+{} go somewhere in order to
o Vocabulary: Sports

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Situation Dialogue 1
Minjun is asking Hyeonu about his plans for the coming school holidays.
:

? !

, ? ?
:

Vocabulary

school holidays

[ do + be going to] am/is/are going to do

what kind/sort of; what

plan

[ travel; trip go + be going to] Im going to go


on a trip

Lucky you! Good for you! (often when you feel envious)

[ go + be going to +(soft ending)] are (you)


going to go?

Sydney

[ ride; take (transport) + and go + be going to]

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Im going to go by (Lit: Im going to take and go there)

[ do + be going to +(soft ending)] are (you)

going to do?

yet + till+(topic particle)] yet; till now

any

Romanisation and Translation


Minjun:

Ibeon banghage mwo hal

What are you going to do this

geoya?

vacation?

Museun gyehoek isseo?

Got any plans?

Chingudeulhago yeohaenggal

Im going to go travelling with

geoya.

some friends.

Yeohaeng? Joketda!

Travelling? Lucky you!

Eodi gal geonde?

Where are you going?

Hyeonu:

Sideuni.

Sydney.

Minjun:

Sideuni?

Sydney?

Geunde, mwo tago gal geoya?

How are you getting there?

Bihaenggi?

(Lit. By the way, what are you

Hyeonu:

Minjun:

going to take and go there?) By


plane?
Hyeonu:

Ani, beoseu tago gal geoya.

No, Im taking the bus (Lit. Im


going to take the bus and go).
By the way, what are you going

Geunde neon mwo hal geonde? to do?


Minjun:

Na?

Me?

Ajikkkajin amu gyehoek

I havent got any plans yet.

eopseo.

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Planned Activity in the Future: +{/} be


going to
When we talk about an activity already planned for the future, we can use the
pattern:
Verb Stem

+{/}

(Casual)

Verb Stem

+{/}

(Polite)

Verb Stem

+{}

(Honorific)

Rules:
a) If the verb stem ends in a vowel: + or + .

. Im going to watch TV at home.

b) If it ends in a consonant (except ): + or + .

What are you going to eat?

Examples:
(1) A:
B:

Next year.

(2) A:

What are you going to do


this weekend? (hon.)

B:

Im going to see a play

.
(3) A:
B:

with a friend.

? How are you going to get to town?


.

(4) A:
B:

When are you going to go to Korea?

Im going to catch a bus.


What are you going to do this holiday?
I am going to work in a restaurant.

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Task 1: Roleplay ?
Find out what your classmates are planning to do this coming school
holidays.

[
A:

- Casual]
?

B:

A:

? !

B:

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Task 2: Roleplay ?
Find out what your classmates are planning to do this weekend.
Reply according to the activities in the boxes allocated by your teacher.
1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

1 - Casual]

A: [ Name ]{/}, ?
B:

A:

. ?

2 Talking with someone older than you]

A: ?
B:

[ Title:

A:

.
or

]+{/}?
.

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Task 3: Listening
(EXPONENT)

when the class is finished

What are you going to do?

Verb stem +{/}

be going to (Verb)

(ESSENTIAL VOCABULARY)
today

tomorrow

evening
song

class

Karaoke

library

friend

party

book

food

music

in; at

with

house

television

to

when (A) is
finished

(be) going to make


(be) going to go

(be) going to study

(be) going to meet

(be) going to listen

(be) going to sing

(be) going to watch

(be) going to sleep

(be) going to read

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You are going to hear dialogues describing various activities. Write down
the letter of the picture that describes what you hear. Ready? Listen!
1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

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Situation Dialogue 2
Jihun and Minseo are talking about their plans for the coming weekend.

?
?

Vocabulary
[ what do + be going to (casual)]

what are you going to do?


[ Saturday +(time particle) +(topic

particle)] on Saturday

[ +

with] with Amanda;

[ see + go in order to + be going to


(casual)] (Im) going to go and see

The Man The Woman (name of a play)


[

like that

good at] Is A that good at (it)?

she/he (casual)

(=
special

) but (colloquial); by the way; anyway

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plan

[ work part-time + go in order to +


be going to (casual)] (Im) going to work part-time

Romanisation and Translation


Jihun:

Ibeon jumare mwo hal geoya?

What are you gonna do this


weekend?

Minseo:

Ibeon jumal?

This weekend?

Toyoiren amandarang yeongeuk

Im gonna go and see a play with

boreo gal geoya.

Amanda on Saturday.

Minseo:

Jinjja? Museun yeongeuk?

Really? Which play?

Jihun:

Geu namja geu yeoja.

The Man, The Woman.

Minseo:

Geurae? Geunde, amandaga

Oh yeah? But is Amandas

hangugeo geureoke jalhae?

Korean that good?

Geureom, gyae jinjja jalhae.

Of course. Shes really good (at

Geunde neon mwo hal geoya?

it). Anyway, what are you gonna

Jihun:

do?
Jihun:

Na?

Me?

Toyoiren teukbyeolhan gyehoek

I have no particular plans for

eopgo, iryoiren albahareo

Saturday, and Im gonna work

galgeoya.

part-time on Sunday.

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Purpose for Going Somewhere:


+{} go somewhere in order to
In Korean, when you go or come somewhere to do something, you can use:
Verb Stem

+{}

Verb Stem

+{}

Rules:
a) If the verb stem ends in a vowel: + .
. Im going (somewhere) to meet a friend.
b) If the verb stem ends in a consonant: + .
. Im going (somewhere) to eat Korean food.
Examples:
(1)

(2)

A: ?

Where are you going?

B: .

To meet a friend. (casual)

Im going to the city to meet a

friend.
(3)

(4)
(5)

A:
B:

I am going to the library to study.

Where has Sumi gone to?

I came to Korea to learn Korean.

She has gone to the pharmacy


to buy some cough/cold medicine.

This construction can be used to answer the question Where are you going?
because the answer does not always require the name of the place you are
going to, but your reason for going out is a sufficient answer. In example (1),
the answer (). would satisfy the person asking the
question.

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Task 4: Roleplay

Choose one of the places from the list below and an activity you can do there.
Move around the classroom asking your classmates where they are going and
what they will be doing there. Write down their names, and draw lines
connecting the place and the activity.
[

A: ?
B:

Activities
1.

2.

4.

7.

f.

g.

8.

h.

9.

i.

10.

j.

11.

12.

e.

c.
d.

6.

a.
b.

3.

5.

Places

k.
l.

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Task 5: Writing
Fill in the blanks with an appropriate activity. Numbers one and seven have
been done for you.
1.

2. _______________________________________

3. _______________________________________

4. _______________________________________

5. _______________________________________

6. _______________________________________

7.

8. _______________________________________

9. _______________________________________

10. _______________________________________

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Situation Dialogue 3
Minseo is asking Jihun about what TV programs are on tonight.
:

:
:

.
?


.
?

SBS .

Vocabulary

today

Usually the word (

) means what, but in this context it

should be translated as any. When saying

()? do not stress the .


{[

+] Noun}: interesting Noun; good Noun


means program (

shortened in this way, such as


television,

). Many English words are


or

for air conditioner and

remote control.

for

baseball
sports game/match
which
team

with

[ where +(location particle)] where

for

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Romanisation and Translation


Oneul mwo jaemiinneun

Whats on tonight?

peuro isseo?

Anything interesting?

Jihun:

Eo, yagu gyeonggi.

Yep, theres a baseball game.

Minseo:

Geurae?

Oh, yeah?

Eoneu timhago eoneu tim?

Which teams?

Jihun:

Rotdehago samseong.

Lotte versus Samsung.

Minseo:

Geurae?

Oh, yeah?

Myeot sie eodiseo?

What time, on which channel?

Minseo:

(Lit: At what time? At where?)


Jihun:

Yeol sie sbseseo.

At 10 oclock, on SBS.

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Vocabulary: Sports
boxing
netball
basketball

running

rugby

marathon

American football

volleyball

badminton
bowling
swimming

Korean wrestling

baseball

aerobics
weight lifting
judo
soccer

cricket
table tennis

Taekwondo (Korean martial art)


tennis

hockey

handball

Australian football

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Task 6: Roleplay

Find out what your classmates are going to watch on TV this evening. Ask
what programs they will be watching, on which channel and at what time.
Write down the names of the classmates and the programs in the appropriate
boxes.
2()

7(

9()

7:00
7:30
8:00
8:30
9:00
9:30
10:00
10:30
11:00
11:30
[

- Casual]

A:

B:

A:

B:

A:

B:

SBS .

.

.
?

10(

SBS

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Task 7: Listening
(EXPONENT)
Verb stem +{/} ?

Are you going to Verb?

(ESSENTIAL VOCABULARY)

what (kind of)

which

) program

channel

miniseries

is on (the television)

Are you going to

(be) going to watch (A)

watch (A)?

when

today

o'clock

at

what

in

half
Sino-Korean numbers up to 10

and

Pure Korean numbers up to 13

You will hear a conversation between

and

. They are talking

about the TV programs that they are watching this evening. The programs are:
Our House, The Burden of Proof (

), Cold Steel(

), and The

Simpsons( ). Listen carefully to which person is watching which program


on which channel and at what time. Write down the names of the programs
and who is watching in the appropriate cells. Ready. Listen!

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2009
2()
6:00
6:30
7:00
7:30
8:00
8:30
9:00
9:30
10:00
10:30
11:00
11:30

19 (
7(

)
9()

10(

SBS

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Task 8: Reading Comprehension


Seongchan has organised a trip to Sydney for the Korean Students
Association. The day before they are going to leave he runs into Mina at the
university. The following advertisement for the trip will help you complete
their dialogue below.
!

: 2015
:

1-7

: 200

Vocabulary
date

transportation

car

travel destination

the Opera House


the Blue Mountains
accommodation

halls of residence; dormitory


price
dollar (
[

inexpensive+ modifying adjective ending]

inexpensive (Noun)

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contact (person/place) where to contact

Korean Students Association


President; chairperson

Comprehension Questions (Answer in Korean)


1.

What are the start and end dates of the trip?


______________

_______________.

2.

What is their mode of transport?

3.

What places are they going to visit?

4.

Where are they going to stay?

5.

How much does the trip cost? Is it expensive or cheap?

6.

Who is the contact person? What is his position in the Korean Students
Association?

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Task 9: Complete the Dialogue


Work out what the following three lines mean and insert them into Seongchan
and Minas dialogue.

(1)

(2)
(3)

: ,

5 .
.

: 7

1 .
?
. (A)___________________________________.

:
:

:
:

(B)____________________________________________________.
:

: (C)____________________________________________________.
?
:

?
, 1.

Note 1: The phrase Verb+

, is used when you indicate your agreement

with someone who has made a suggestion to you, but when you may not be

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entirely excited about it. It is very colloquial and could be translated as,
Yeah, Im okay with that., Yeah, why not. The casual style of speech
would be, Verb+, .

Vocabulary

that

next day +] the day after that

the Blue Mountains

sightseeing go + be going to]

am/is/are going to go sightseeing

halls of residence; dormitory

till

[ stay + be going to] am/is/are going to stay

I havent seen you for ages; Long time no see

email

cannot

receive + (past tense ending)]

couldnt receive

busy + so]

couldnt check

but; by the way

(=

(day) is often used instead of the time particle + in

colloquial speech: 7
what

[ do + be going to +?(soft ending)]

are (you) going to do?


a few days

1 .

the Opera House

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look around + be going to] am/is/are

going to look around


?

stay overnight + be going to] are (you)

going to stay overnight?

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?

Unit Focus:
Giving a Reason or Cause
Talking about Illness and Health
Giving Advice

o Reason or Cause
+{} since; because
o Vocabulary: Parts of the Human Body
o Change in an Action or State
+ while; while doing; and then
o Negative Commands
+ Please dont

o Frequency:
three times per day
o Vocabulary: Length of Time

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Situation Dialogue 1
Jihun is asking Minseo whether she wants to have a meal together.
:

:
:

? , .

...

, .

VOCABULARY
(not) yet

[ +
[

?] wanna eat?

eat + go in order to +?shall we?]

Shall we go and have?

weather

cold

since; because] since its cold

Gaeseong (a name of a city in North Korea, famous


for cold noodles)
[
?

knife

noodle] handmade noodle soup

how about?

cheap + and] cheap and

[ tasty + since; because] since its tasty

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[ there +(topic particle)] there

[ not very good + so] is not very good so

, .

Yeah, Im okay with that., Yeah, why not. (This


is a casual way to respond when you generally agree
with the other persons suggestion, but you may not
be completely excited about it.)

Romanisation and Translation


Jihun:

Bap meogeosseo?

Have you eaten?

Minseo:

Ani, ajik.

No. Not yet.

Jihun:

Geureom uri gachi

Do you wanna eat together,

meogeullae?

then?

Geurae, geureom.

Yeah, alright.

Mwo meogeureo galkka?

What shall we have?

Nalssiga chuunikka

What about Kalguksu

kalguksu eottae?

since the weathers cold?

Minseo:

Kalguksu? Eo, joa.

Kalguksu? Yeah, sounds good.

Jihun:

Gaeseong kalguksuga ssago

Gaeseong Kalguksu is cheap

masisseunikka geogi galkka?

and tasty. Shall we go there?

Minseo:

Jihun:

Minseo:

Geunde geogin seobiseuga jom But they dont have very good
byeolloyeoseo...

service, so (Lit. service

Seoul gadeuneun eottae?

there is not very good, so)


How about Seoul Garden?

Jihun:

Seoul gadeun?

Seoul Garden?

Geureoji mwo.

Yeah, Im okay with that.

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Reason or Cause: +{} since; because


We previously learnt how to give a reason or cause by using +(/).
However, you cannot always use +(/) in the middle of a sentence. If
you look at the examples in Unit 11, you will notice that +(/) is
always followed by a direct statement about events (usually in the past). But
often you will want to express a reason or cause and follow it with an order,
a suggestion, or a statement of what you intend to do. In these cases you
must use +{} as the mid-sentence link between the reason or cause
and the resulting order, suggestion, or statement of intention. It can be used
with verbs, adjectives and nouns.
Verb or Adjective Stem

+{}

Noun

+{}

1) Rules for verb or adjective stems:


a) If the verb or adjective stem ends in a vowel: +

(

Since we (you) are busy,

do it quickly.

. )

b) If the verb or adjective stem ends in a consonant (not



(

): +

Since we dont have much

. ) time, lets catch a taxi.

c) If the verb or adjective stem ends in the consonant

: drop

+

(
*

.
. )

Since its cold,


I am going to have coffee.

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2) Rules for nouns:


d) If the noun ends in a vowel: +

Since youre a man, you should pay.

e) If the noun ends in the consonant: +

Since tomorrow is a public holiday,


lets go and see a movie.

Examples:
(1)

Im hungry lets eat! (Lit Since

Im/were hungry, lets eat quickly).

.
(2)

Take an umbrella its raining (Lit.

Since its raining, take an umbrella).

.
(3)

(4)

Since its cold, put on more clothes).

(*
(5)

Put on more clothes its cold (Lit.

.
+

A:

B:

Its hot. Be careful (hon.).

*.

Where shall we go for lunch?


Lets go to Seoul Restaurant their
food is cheap and tasty (Lit. Since
Seoul restaurant is cheap and the
foods good, lets go there).

* In this example, the form is used to make a suggestion. You


could also say

or .

is the casual form of .

is more formal than , and

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Grammar: Unlike +(/), +{} or +{} must be used with


the past tense of the verb or adjective when required.
(5)

Since Sumi has arrived, lets go.

(*++)
(6)

A:

Since you did well in the exam,

. (*++)
B: .

you should treat me to a meal.


OK, Ill buy you dinner.

(When something good happens to somebody, such as winning in the


lottery, receiving a scholarship or getting a promotion, Koreans often
shout their friends or colleagues to a meal or a night out. It is quite
acceptable to remind them with the phrase
(more casual than

or

))

More on using +{} and +(/):


The following table shows which combinations can or cannot be used.
since; because

then (result)

(reason)
reason +(/)
reason +{}
reason +(/)
reason +{}
reason +(/)
reason +{}
reason +(/)
reason +{}

direct statement about an event

an order

a suggestion

a statement of intention

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Task 1: Roleplay

Your class has decided to go to a movie and then to a restaurant this coming
Saturday. Go around asking your classmates which restaurant they want to
go to and why. Write down their names and reasons next to the appropriate
restaurant. When you are asked which restaurant you want to go, choose one
on the list below as well as a reason and reply to your classmates. You may
make up your own reason.
[

- casual ]

A:

B:

REASONS:
a.

b.

quiet

c.

close

d.

e.

f.

the food is cheap


g.

h.

has a good atmosphere


the public

transport is convenient

Resturant

there are various types of food

Name of classmate & Reason

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Task 2: Listening
You will hear three dialogues between two students who have bumped into
each other on campus. Listen carefully and answer the following questions.
Dialogue 1
1. Why did the male student suggest that they have gimchijjige?
1.1 Because the weather is cold
1.2 closed and tasty
2.1 The weather is hot
2.2 cheap and tasty

2. Why did the female student suggest that they go to Eomma sikdang?

Dialogue 2
1. Why did the male student suggest that they have naengmyeon?

2. Why did the female student suggest that they go to Pyeongyang


naengmyeon jip?

Dialogue 3
1. Have they already had their lunch?
1. yes
2.buy coffee
3

2. The female student was on her way to do something before she bumped
into the male student. What was she going to do?

3. Why did the female student suggest that they go to Eseupanya (Espaa)?

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Situation Dialogue 2
Minjun has noticed that Hyeonu has hurt his foot.
:

, ?

, .

Vocabulary
foot/feet
What happened? (Lit. Why is it like that?)

get injured +(casual past tense ending)] got

injured

Oh, no

[what do+while ing] While doing what?

[ play soccer+while ing]


while playing soccer

[ fall down +(past tense ending)] fell down

Oh, no! (Lit. What to do? (shortened form of


[how do +

[ soon

?]))

recover + will probably; should +, ]

Ah, well, it should get better soon. (


pronounced [

])

is

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Romanisation and Translation


Minjun:

Neo bari wae geurae?

What happened to your foot?

Hyeonu:

Eo, jomdacheosseo.

Well, I just hurt myself.


(Lit. I got injured a bit).

Minjun:

Ani, mwo hadaga?

Oh no, what happened?


(Lit. while doing what)?

Hyeonu:

Chukguhadaga

I was playing soccer and fell

neomeojeosseo.

down (Lit. I fell down while


playing soccer).

Minjun:

Chukgu? Mani apa?

Soccer? Is it really bad? (Lit.


Hurt a lot?)

Hyeonu:

Ani, gwaenchana

Nah, its okay.

Minjun:

Eotteokanya.

Oh, no (Lit. What to do).

Hyeonu:

Got natgetji mwo.

Ill be alright, soon.


(Lit. It should get better
soon).

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Vocabulary: Parts of the Human Body


body
head; hair

hair (on head)

body hair

eye(s)
ear(s)
nose
mouth
neck; throat

lip(s)

) tooth; teeth

shoulder(s)

chest; bosom

upper and middle back

stomach

lower back; waist

belly button

arm(s)

leg(s)

buttocks; butt; bottom


elbow(s)
knee(s)

hand(s)

wrist(s)

foot; feet

finger(s)

fingernail(s)

ankle(s)

toe(s)

toenail(s)

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Task 3: Listening
(Exponent)
Are you sick?

?
,

Yes, I'm a little bit sick.

Which part of your body is aching?

A (body part)+{/} .

A is aching. or A hurts.

(Essential Vocabulary )
mouth

ear

head

eye

arm

hand

chest

stomach

leg

foot

a little bit

where/what part

sick/hurt/sore

+{/}

subject particle

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You are going to hear dialogues in which people are asking if someone is
sick or hurt and, if they are, which part of their body is aching. Listen for the
aching body parts and in each space write down the letters which correspond
to the ones that you hear. Ready? Listen!

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

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Change in an Action or State:


+ while; while doing; and then
When there is a change in the action or state we can use:
Verb or Adjective Stem
Action or State 1

+
Action or State 2

If we are engaged in one activity and it is interrupted by another, we use


+. There is no exact English equivalent, though in the examples given
here it can be translated as while. However, unlike the English while,
when using + the subject of the two actions must always be the
same.
Examples:
(1)

I fell over while running.

(* fall over +)
(2)

I had an accident while driving.

(* +)
(3)


(*

We fought while playing soccer.

(4)

fight +)
I twisted my ankle

while dancing.

(* twist +)
(5)

(* cut +)

I hurt my finger
while cutting vegetables.

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(6)

I hurt my arm

while playing basketball.

(*
(7)

get injured +)
The ball hit me

while I was playing baseball.

(* get hit +)
(8)

I hurt my back

while moving a desk.

(* is pronounced
(9)

.)
I hurt my knee

(10)

when I fell riding my bicycle.

I hurt my back

(11)

while mowing the lawn.


I used to live in the halls of
residence, but last week moved into

a homestay near uni.

As in example (11), this pattern can also be used if the change of action is
deliberate not only when the first action is interrupted by the second action,
but indicating a transition from one action to another.
Grammar: Although the first action is a past event, the verb does not
include the tense: we just attach + to the verb stem. The second verb
indicates the tense of both actions.

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Task 4: Vocabulary
Here is a list of words referring to parts of the body which you need to know
for this task. Write them next to their English equivalents. The first one is
done for you.
a.

e.

i.

b.

f.

j.

c.

g.

k.

d.

h.

l.

1.

body

7.

foot

2.

arm

8.

hand

3.

back

9.

head

4.

chest

10.

leg

5.

ear

11.

mouth

12.

6.

eye

stomach

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Task 5: Roleplay ?
Pretend that you have gotten hurt recently. Point with your finger to the part
of your body that got hurt and tell your classmates how it happened.
HOW YOU GOT HURT:
a.

b.

c.

e.

f.

B:

i.
j.

?
.

B:

A:

B:

)?
.

. or ,

h.

Part of Body Hurt

g.

- Casual]

A:

A:

Name

A:

d.

(boxing)

How

.
.

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Situation Dialogue 3
Minseo is feeling a bit sick, so she has gone to see a pharmacist.
:

.
?

.
,

Vocabulary
pharmacist

sick(hon.)+(honorific present tense

ending)] Are you sick? (honorific)


[

sick +so +] because Im sick

fever
+{/}?

What/How about?

[ have +

seems that +and]

I think there is and (Lit. it seems that there is...)

[ cold +

coughs +

also

] I am coughing as well

] It must be a cold.

just a moment

Just a moment, please

[a day +per] a day

three times

wait +]

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meal

after +(time particle)] after meals

eat/drink(hon.)+] please take/eat (hon.)

for the time being

overwork; overuse ones enery +

dont + (honorific infix)+and +] dont


work too hard; dont stress out too much
[ fully

rest +(honorific present tense

ending)] have a good rest


Note: In Korea you will find many small pharmacies (

). When

Koreans have a minor ailment, they often go and discuss it with a


pharmacist. However, you need prescriptions from a doctor for most
illnesses.

Romanisation and Translation


Pharmacist: Eodiga pyeonchaneuseyo?

How can I help you?


(Lit. Where are you sick?)

Minseo:

Eoje jeonyeokbuteo

Ive had a headache

meoriga apaseoyo.

since last night, so (Im here).

Pharmacist: Yeoreunyo?

Do you have a fever (Lit.


How about a fever)?

Minseo:

Yeoldo jom inneun geo gatgo

I think Ive got a fever and

gichimdo jom haeyo.

Im coughing a bit as well.

Pharmacist: Geureomyeon gamgineyo.


Jamkkanman gidariseyo.

Then, it must be a cold.


Just a moment, please.

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Pharmacist: I yak harue se beon

Take this medication three

sikue deuseyo.

times a day after meals.

Dangbungan murihaji

Take it easy for the time

masigoyo, puk swiseyo

being, and have a good rest.

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Negative Commands: + Please dont


When we want to tell someone not to do something, we can use:
Verb Stem

(Casual)

Verb Stem

(Polite)

Verb Stem

(Honorific)

Examples:
(1)

Stop it (Lit. Dont do it).

(2)

Dont go.

(3)

(4)

(5)

(6)

(7)
(8)

Dont touch it!

Dont come near me!


.

Dont drink too much (alcohol).


Please dont run.

Please dont smoke.


Please dont be late.

(9)

Please dont worry.

(10)

Please be quiet (Lit. Dont make a


noise).

(11)

.*

Dont call me anymore.

(*+ is not grammatically correct, but sometimes used in


colloquial speech.)

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This negative command is often used to mean Dont do A and/but, do B

(instead) as shown below. In this case, + should be used for the


casual and polite styles of speech:
Verb Stem 1

Verb Stem 2 +(/)

(Casual)

Verb Stem 1

Verb Stem 2 +(/)

(Polite)

Verb Stem 1

Verb Stem 2 +{}

(Honorific)

(12)

Dont doze off Study hard!

(Lit. Dont doze off but

study hard)
(13)

Please be quiet and listen carefully.

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Task 6: Roleplay

A: Choose your bad habits from the list below. Tell your partner about
them and seek for advices. Refer to the example dialogue.
B:

Your partner has come to you for help. Refer to the example dialogue.

1 - Honorific/Polite]

A:

B:

B:

(Advice)

2.

3.

2 - Casual]

A:

(Bad habits

1.

(early)

.
1.

4.

skip breakfast
5.

lose temper easily


6.

cross ones legs


7.

8.

Note:

is pronounced [

].

is pronounced [

].

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Task 7: Listening
(Exponent)
Verb stem + {/}

be going to Verb

Verb stem(1) +
Verb stem(2) + {}

Don't Verb(1) but Verb(2), please.

(Essential Vocabulary )
post office

intersection

Sunday

school holidays

what movie

what

this evening

this way

()

(at) home

()

(by) train

this time
first

()

where

straight

too (much)

at

you mean

(by) bus

excuse me but
boring

uncomfortable

have grown up

please go

go and

don't go but

don't see (A) but

going to do

going to see

going to go

Where is it?

by what transportation

To the left?
please mow the lawn

()

()

Thank you

by bus
(to the) left
(to the) right

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You will hear four dialogues in which people give advice on various
matters. Put a mark X on the picture that is given a negative remark.
Ready? Listen!
1. .

Jurassic Park

3. .

2. .

4. .

The Piano

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Frequency: three times per day


When we want to say that we do something regularly such as I play tennis
twice a week, we first attach the time particle + to a time noun and then
use a number plus for the frequency (once, twice, etc).

once

five times

twice

six times

three times

seven times

eleven times

four times

eight times

twelve times

nine times
ten times

Examples:
(1)

(2)
(3)

I play tennis twice a week.


I go and see a movie with a

Take this medicine once a day.

friend about three times a


month.

(4)

(5)

I call home around twice a

month.

I go on a business trip
four times a year.

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Vocabulary: Length of Time


We have studied how to count days in unit 11. Here we will learn more
words related to lengths of time. When there are two sets of counting, such
as for days and months, Sino-Korean numbers are used for larger lengths of
time. ,

and

are Sino-Korean words and therefore used with

Sino-Korean numbers.
Days Pure Korean

one day

two days

eight days

three days

nine days

ten days

four days

five days

six days

seven days

eleven days

fifteen days

Weeks Sino Korean

one week

()

seven weeks

()

two weeks

()

eight weeks

()

nine weeks

()

three weeks

()

four weeks

()

ten weeks

()

five weeks

()

eleven weeks

()

six weeks

()

twenty weeks

Apart from one week (), which is written as one word, the other
weeks are often referred to as 2, 3, 4, with Arabic numerals.

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Months Pure Korean

one month

seven months

two months

eight months

three months

nine months

four months

ten months

five months

eleven months

six months

twenty month

Months Sino Korean

one month

seven months

two months

eight months

three months

four months

five months
six months

nine months

ten months

eleven months
twenty month

Years Sino Korean

one year

seven years

two years

eight years

three years

four years

five years
six years

nine years

ten years

eleven years
twenty years

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Task 8: Word Check


1. Here is a list of words relating to days. Match them with their English
equivalents. The first one is done for you.
a.

b.

f.

g.

one day

c.

d.

e.

h.

i.

j.

six days

two days

seven days

three days

eight days

four days

nine days

five days

ten days

2. Here is a list of words relating to frequency. Match them with their


English equivalents. The first one is done for you.
a.

b.

f.

g.

once

c.

h.

d.

e.

i.

j.

six times

twice

seven times

three times

eight times

four times

nine times

five times

ten times

3. Write equivalent Korean expressions to the following:


once a day
twice a day
three times a day

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Task 9: Roleplay

A: Here is a set of personal hygiene and health related habits. Ask your
partner how often s/he does each one.
B:

Answer the questions on the personal hygiene and health related habits
listed below.
HABITS

1.
2.

? wash your face

()

? wash your hands

3. ()

? brush your teeth

4.

()

5.

()

6.
7.

9.

10.
11.

14.

B:

()

? exercise

() ?

1]

A:

? smoke

13.

? have a bath

()

12.

? have a shower

) ?

()

8.

()

FREQUENCY

[
?
.

2 - Casual]

A: ,
B: .

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Task 10: Listening


(EXPONENT)

Verb stem + (/)

Verb stem + ?

have to verb
You verb, don't you?

(ESSENTIAL VOCABULARY)
bread

fruit

Indian tea

throat

exercise

cigarette

coffee

alcohol

tennis

meal

vitamins

a lot

occasionally

always

always
rarely

morning/breakfast

especially

instead of
really/very much

very

not at all/never

often

a little bit

just a little bit

without fail

eat

I see.

Do you do (A)?

every morning

Because (I) like (it)

?
?

Are you hungry?


You smoke, don't you?

from now on
every
smoke
drink
do

did(honorific)

Are you sick?

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You eat ___, don't you?

How about (A)?

by the way; but

You will hear

and

talking about their habits. Write down their

names in the appropriate cells. Ready? Listen!

This time, you will hear

and

talking about their habits. Write

down their names in the appropriate cells. Ready? Listen!

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Task 11: Reading Comprehension

30
1

2008

Vocabulary
medicine for internal use
sir/madam

directions for use


times
amount per (x number of days)

(x)

every meal
/

30

before/during/after
30 minutes (
taking medicine

sachet (pill)
each time

30

: 30 minutes after every meal)

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Comprehension Questions (Answer in Korean.)


1.

What is the name of the patient?

2.

How often does he/she take this medicine?

3.

When does he/she take this medicine?

4.

How many tablets does he/she take?

5.

How long does he/she take this medicine?

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Task 12: Writing


You have an assignment due today but you havent been able to finish it.
You want an extension from your lecturer but he is not in his office. Write a
note explaining that you have been sick. (You think that the best way of
getting an extension is to get his sympathy by exaggerating how sick you
are.)

Task 13: Writing


We are carrying out a research project into household accidents and minor
illnesses that occur in society. Could you please assist us with data on your
household, indicating for each family member what has happened during the
last year and where relevant, how often.

15
?

Unit Focus:
Talking about Whether Something Might
Happen
Arranging Events

o Sequence 1
+(/) and then; and
o Sequence 2
+(/) (did), and then
o Conditional if
+{} if

, (then)

o Compulsion
+(/) have to

; must

o Instant Decision:

+{/} Ill

; Well

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Situation Dialogue 1
Hyeonu and Minjun are talking about plans for this afternoon.
:

?
:

....

Vocabulary

[go + and] go and


exam; test

[+

its because] Its because there is/I have

well

gym
exercise

+{}

maybe or something

[do+?I might] maybe doing?

Romanisation and Translation


Hyeonu:

Oneul ohue mwo hal geoya?

What are you doing


this afternoon?

Minjun:

Hyeonu:

Doseogwan gaseo gongbuhal

Im going to study Japanese at

geoya. Naeil ilboneo siheom

the library, cause I have a test

itgeodeun. Neon?

tomorrow. You?

Nan, geulsse....

Me? Hm

Helseukeulleop gaseo

Maybe working out at the

undongina halkka

gym or something?

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Sequence 1: +(/) and then; and


You have learnt that +(/) is used to express the reason or cause for a
statement or to give an answer to a why question (Unit 11). +(/) can
also be used to show a sequence of activities, for instance, when you go
somewhere and then you carry out an activity at that place.
Verb Stem +(/)

When using +(/) the subjects of the clauses should be the same:

a)

subject 1
subject 1
I met a friend yesterday and (I) had a drink together (with him).
b)

subject 1
subject 2
(WRONG!!!)
I met a friend yesterday and he had a drink (with me).

Examples:
(1)

I went home and then

(2)

Susan went to Korea

(3)

watched television.

Im going to go to the bank

and get some money out.

.
(4)

Every morning I go to the gym

and studied Korean history.

and work out.

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(5)

My younger sister went to a coffee

shop and met her boyfriend.

(6)

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Could you hurry up and open the door

for me, please (Lit. Please come

quickly and open the door).


(7)

Could you go to the office

and get me a pen, please.

.
(8)

(9)

I want to go to graduate school

and continue studying.

Could you please wait outside? (Lit.

Please go out and then wait.)

(10)

(11)

Hurry over here and eat (Lit. Come

quickly and then have a meal).

(12)

Can you go to the library

and return this book for me?


Come over here

and have a look at this.

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Task 1: Roleplay

Choose a place and an activity from the list below and have a conversation
with your partner. Keep going until you and your partner have said all of
them.
Places
1. PC _______________________________________________.
2.

______________________________________________.

3.

*(convenience store) _____________________________.

4.

___________________________________________.

5.

_____________________________________________.

6.

(coaching school) _________________________________.

7.

(student club) __________________________________.

8.

(health club) _________________________________.

(*

is pronounced

or

.)

Activities
a.

b. /
c.

/
(play; enjoy oneself; hang out)

d.

[
A:
B:

1]

e.

f.

g.

h.

[
?

[ Name ] ?

2 - Casual]

A:
B:

/ (learn)

/ ?

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Task 2: Listening
You are going to hear some dialogues on future plan. Listen carefully and
write down the place next to the activity. Ready? Listen!

(VOCABULARY)
basketball

TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language)


park
eating out

Italian restaurant
department store

1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

friends house

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Sequence 2: +(/) (did), and then


After doing something (i.e. completed action), and then subsequently doing
something else, we can use +(/).
Action 1 (completed)

+(/)

Action 2

In this unit, we will focus on the verb stems, (go) and (come):
go

come +

Examples:
(1)

(2)

(3)

to my office.
Im going to go to the bank, and then

go to university.


(4)

I went to the library, and then went

I went to the library, and then caught

up with my friend.

Drop by home before going to the

swimming pool (Lit. Come home

and then go to the swimming pool).


(5)

Could you please quickly drop by?

(Lit. Please come for a short time

and then go.)


Note: When using +(/), the subject of the two actions must always
be the same. That is, you cannot say the following:

. (WRONG!)

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Task 3: Roleplay

Choose two places from this list below and have a conversation with your
partner. Keep going until you and your partner have said all of them.
Places
1. PC

____________________________________________.

2.

3.

*(convenience store)

4.

5.

8.

(*

(student club)

_______________________________.
________________________________.

_________________________________________.

is pronounced

or

.)

1 - Casual]

A:

B:

____________________________________________.

(coaching school)

7.

___________________________.

__________________________________________.

6.

____________________________________________.

()

. ?

2 - Polite]

A:

B:

()

. [ Name ] ?

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139

Situation Dialogue 2
Hyeonu and Minjun are talking about their plans for tomorrow.
:

? .

? !

?
?

?1
:

?
.

Vocabulary

[weather good +if] if the weather is good

[ride + go (in order) to +shall we?] Shall we go


riding?

Great! [good +(emphasizing)] pronounced

[where +toward; to] Where to?

[rain +(subject particle) come +if] if it rains

[how do +(soft ending when asking for another


persons opinion)] What do we do?
[what +(object particle)] what
[ that thing +(topic particle)] that (thing)
[ that

time] at that time; then

think +lets] lets think (about)

~ .

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Romanisation and Translation


Hyeonu:

Uri naeil mwo halkka?

What do you wanna do


tomorrow? (Lit. what shall we
do?)

Minjun:

Geulsse. Nalssi joeumyeon Well, shall we go bike riding if


jajeongeo tareo galkka?

the weathers good?

Jajeongeo? Jochi!

Bike riding? Sound great!

Geunde eodiro?

But where to?

Minjun:

Seinteu kilda eottae?

How about St. Kilda?

Hyeonu:

Seinteu kilda? Joa.

St. Kilda? Sounds good.

Geunde biga omyeon

But what if it rains? (Lit. But

eotteoke haji?

what do we do if it rains?)

Geulsse, mwol halkka?

Well what shall we do?

Geugeon geuttae

We can worry about it, then (Lit.

saenggakaja.

Lets think about that at the

Hyeonu:

Minjun:

time).

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Conditional if: +{} if

, (then)

When we want to link two clauses with if, we can use:


Verb or Adjective Stem+{} Main Clause

The rules:
a) If the verb or adjective stem ends in a vowel: +
If it rains tomorrow,

Im not going to go to the park.

b) If it ends in a consonant (not

If youve got time,

please come over to my place.

c) If it ends in consonant

): +

: drop

+
If you feel hot, please open the

windows.

Examples:
(1)

If youre going to the library,

(2)

(3)

(4)

If you are tired, have a rest.


If youve got time, can we have a

chat? (Lit. lets have a chat.)


If you see Seon-young,

please return this book for me.

can you give this to her?

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A:

B:

These sneakers are too expensive.


If theyre too expensive, (then)
dont buy them.

(6)

A:

A: ,
B:

Im leaving!

B: .
(7)

If you dont get over here quickly,

Oh, Im hungry.

Okay. Ill come right away.

If youre hungry,

have some instant noodles.


(8)

A:

Dont be late.

All right.

B: .
A:

If youre late again this time, Ill


kill you (Lit. you die).

(9)

A:

Why arent you eating? (Is the


food) No good?

B: ,

A:

(10) A:

.
.

can you buy me coffee?

Yeah, why not.

, .

(11) A:

If its no good, (then) dont eat it.


If youve got some money,

B:

Its not that. Im not hungry, so...

What are you doing this evening

(Lit. today)? If you dont have

anything on, wanna have dinner


together?

B:

? .

Dinner? Sounds good.

See you later, then.

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Task 4: Roleplay

A: The pictures below depict some possible events that will affect your
partner. Choose one and ask your partner what they will do if it happens.
Refer to the example dialogue.
B: Answer your partners questions about what you would do if the events
shown below happened to you.
1.

2.

- Polite]

3.

4.

- Casual]

A:

A:

B:

B:

A:
B:

?
.

A:
B:

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Task 5: Listening
(EXPONENT)
?

What are you going to do?

What are you going to do about it?

Verb or Adjective stem +{}

if Verb/Adjective

Verb stem +{/}

(be) going to Verb

(ESSENTIAL VOCABULARY)

money

weather

test

rain

travel

picnic

swimming

dancing

home

music

television

at

what

if (A is) sick

if (A) has lots (of B)

if (A is) nice/good

if (it's) hot

if (it's) cold

if (A is) difficult

if (A) doesnt have


(B)

if (A) comes

(be) going to have a


rest

(be) going to go

(be) going to do

(be) going to dance

(be) going to cry

(be) going to watch

(be) going to listen


to

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You are going to hear some dialogues on supposition. Listen carefully and
draw lines connecting two pictures that are related. Ready? Listen!
.

a.

b.

c.

d.

e.

f.

g.

h.

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Situation Dialogue 3
Jihun is asking Minseo if she wants to see a movie today.
:

, .

.
.

Vocabulary
[have +if] if you have

[see +(in order) to

not go +

do you

wanna?] Dont you wanna go to see

Oh, no (Lit. What to do?) (to show regret about a


situation)
assignment (

is the standard spelling, but

is more commonly used in colloquial speech)


[ write + have to +] have to write


[

finish + have to] have to finish

due date + its because]

cant do +, oh well, never mind]

[see +

?] cant we see?

[ I +(subject particle)

not possible] I cant

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pick up + go to + have to]

have to go to pick up

Romanisation and Translation


Jihun:

Minseoya, oneul sigan

Minseo, if you are free, do you

isseumyeon gachi yeonghwa

wanna go see a movie today? (Lit.

boreo an gallae?

If you have time, dont you want


to go to see a movie together?)

Minseo: Eotteokaji? Repoteu sseoya

Jihun:

Oh, no I have an assignment to

haneunde. Oneulkkaji

do. I have to finish it today, cos

kkeunnaeya dwae.

its due tomorrow.

Naeiri jechullarigeodeun.

(Lit. Tomorrow is the due date.)

Geurae? Geureom hal su

Really? Its alright, then

eopji mwo.
Minseo: Naeil bomyeon an dwae?
Naeireun sigan inneunde.

What about tomorrow?


(Lit. Cant we see it tomorrow?)
Im free tomorrow.

Jihun:

Naeireun naega an dwae.

Tomorrow is not good for me.

Gonghange nuna pigeopareo

I have to go to the airport tos pick

gaya dwae.

up my sister.

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Compulsion: +(/) have to

; must

When we have to do something, that is, we are forced to do something


without having any choice, we can say:
Verb Stem

+(/)

(Casual)

Verb Stem

+(/)

(Polite)

Verb Stem

+{}

(Honorific)

Rules:
a) If the last vowel of the verb stem is
+

b) If the last vowel is not


+

or

have to live
or

: +
have to eat

c) If the verb stem ends in : changes to

: +

have to do

Alternatively, you can also use: Verb Stem +(/)

(). The two

forms are interchangeable.


Examples:
(1)

I have to hand in my homework by


tomorrow.

(2)

Ive gained a lot of weight recently.

So, I have to do some exercise.

(3)

(4)

I must study. I have an exam


tomorrow.
Ive got something to do at home,
so I have to go home early.

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Task 6: Complete the Sentences


Here is a list of things that you have to do. Complete the sentences by
matching each phrase with the appropriate location. The first one has been
done for you.
a.

(gift)

g.

b.

(return)

h.

c.

i.

d.

(exam; test)

e.

f.

(cut)

1.

2.

j.

k.

l.

(sofa)

(furniture shop) __________________________________.

3.

__________________________________________________.

4.

(hairdressers) ___________________________________.

5.

_________________________________________________.

6.

(park) ___________________________________________.

7.

______________________________________________.

8.

9.
10.

____________________________________________.
______________________________________________.

______________________________________________.

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Task 7: Roleplay

A: Suggest that you and your partner go to a movie together today. If s/he
does not have time, write down the reason. Refer to the example
dialogue.
B: You cannot go to the movies today because you are busy. Choose one of
the reasons below and tell your partner.
[

- Casual]

A:
B:
A:

,
?
?

. (Well, so be it.)

REASONS:
a.

A friend is coming from Korea. So I have to go to the airport.

b.

Its my fathers birthday (

) tomorrow.

So I have to buy a present.


c.

There is a Korean test tomorrow. So I have to study.

d.

My mother is giving a party this evening. So I have to clean the house.

e.

My mother is giving a party this evening. So I have to go shopping.

f.

I have my part-time job this evening. So I have to go to work.

g.

There is a World Cup soccer match on TV this evening.


So I have to watch it.

h.

I have a job interview (


So I have to get my hair cut

) tomorrow.

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Reasons ( )
1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

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Instant Decision: +{/} Ill ; Well


When we decide to do something at the time of speaking, we can use:
Verb Stem

+ {/}

(Casual)

Verb Stem

+{/}

(Polite)

Note 1: We do not use +{/} to talk about something that is already


decided or planned. Usually +{/} is used instead. For instance:
A:
B:

. (WRONG!)

. (okay)

Note 2: +{/} is used to express the speakers own intention only.


Therefore, the subject of sentence must always be I or we (i.e. first
person). That is, the subject cannot be you (second person) or he/she/they
(third person). See below:
(a)

. Ill buy it. (okay)

(b)

? Will you buy it? (WRONG!)

(c)

. Minseo will buy it. (WRONG!)

Instead of (b) above, which is grammatically incorrect, we can say:


? (Do you wanna buy it?) or

? (Are you going to buy it?).

Similarly, instead of (c) above, we can say:

(Minseo is going

to buy it).
Rules:
a) If the verb stem ends in a vowel: +.

Ill clean the room.

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b) If the verb stem ends in a consonant: +.

Ill eat it later.

Examples:
(1)

(2)

A:

B:

A:

...

B:
(3)

A:
B:

(4)

(5)

Ill call back later.


I dont have a pencil
Ill lend you one.

This homework is too hard.

Really? Ill help you.

A: ?

Where are you gonna wait?

B:

Ill wait in front of the library

A:
B:

(6)

Jimin is not home at the moment.

Who wants to do this?

Ill do it.

A:

Its my treat today (Lit. Ill buy it

today).
B:

. Really? Then next time, its my


treat (Lit. Ill buy).

(7)

A:
B: 10

What time is it now?

10 oclock.

A: , 10

Oh, Ive got class at 10.


Id better get going (Lit. Ill go
first).

B:

Okay. See you later (Lit. Lets


see next time).

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Task 8: Roleplay

Your class has decided to have a party at your teachers house to celebrate the
successful completion of the semester. You are in charge of assigning jobs to
make the party happen. Go around the classroom asking what each classmate
wants to do. Write down their names beneath their jobs. Your teacher will tell
you what job you want to do.
1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

- Polite ]

A:

[B]

B:

B:

[ C ]

B:

. A:

B:

- Casual]

A:

A:

[ C ]{/}

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Task 9: Complete the Dialogues


Below is a list of things you will be doing. Complete the dialogues below
using the following expressions:
a.

b. .

c.

d.

e.

1. A:

B: _______________________________________________________.
2. A:
B:

_______________________________________.

3. A: ,

*.

B: _______________________________________________________.
4. A:

B: _______________________________________________________.
5. A: ,

B: _______________________________________________________.
(*

: heavy)

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Task 10: Reading Comprehension


Dong-jun has written an email to Seong-eun, a girl that he likes..
,

Vocabulary
fitness club; gym

[ go +] on my way to

greetings; saying hello

cannot do

next week

(past tense)] couldnt do

body-building competition

exercise

have to do

[ go +] after going

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by any chance; perhaps

time have + if] if (you) have time

sometime

[ tasty + thing] something nice to eat


[ buy + do something for someone + Ill]
Ill buy for you
again

contact + Ill] Ill contact (you)

Comprehension Questions (Answer in Korean.)


1.

Where was Dong-jun going when he saw Seong-eun yesterday?

2.

Why couldnt he say hello to Seong-eun yesterday?

3.

Why has Dong-jun been going to the fitness club?

4.

What has Dong-jun offered to do?

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Task 11: Listening


(EXPONENT)
Verb stem + {/}

Verb stem + {/}

Do you want to Verb?


I will Verb.

(ESSENTIAL VOCABULARY)

this (time)

weekend

to; at

what
who

rice
and

kimchi
?

shall we do?

vegetables
Mt. Dobong
go on a picnic/to have fun

fine

How about?

Korean B.B.Q beef

I will make and bring

want to bring...?
I will bring
want to prepare...?
O.K.
I will prepare

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You will hear

and

arranging a picnic. Write down the

corresponding letter of the picture that describes the item that each person
will bring. Ready? Listen!
1.

: ________

2.

: ________

3.

: ________

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16
?

Unit Focus:
Talking about Locations

o Location
+ is/are at ...
o Vocabulary: Positions
o Vocabulary: House
o Housing in Korea

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Situation Dialogue 1
Amanda is asking a receptionist about the location of a cafe.
:
:

, .
?

:
:

? 8

Vocabulary

excuse me

cafe

what (number)

floor

right+ to] to the right

[ go+

(honorific infix)+ if] if you go

[ there is+ ] formal expression of

Romanisation and Translation


Amanda:

Jeo, yeogiyo.

Excuse me.

Receptionist:

Ne?

Yes?

Amanda:

Yeogi kapega myeot

Which floor is the caf on?

cheunge isseoyo?
Receptionist:

A! Kapeyo?

(Oh,) the caf?

Palcheunge itseumnida.

Its on the 8th floor.

Jeogi oreunjjogeuro

If you go there on your right,

gasimyeon ellibeiteo

youll come to the elevator.

itseumnida.

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Location: + is/are at ...


When we want to talk about where something is located, we add the particle
+ to a place word and use the verb :
Place

+ .

(Casual)

Place

+ .

(Polite)

Examples:
(1)

A:

B:

? 1

Where is the shoe shop?

. The shoe shop?


Its on the 1st (ground) floor.

(2)

(3)

A:

(5)

Where is Sumi now?

B: .

Shes in her room.

A:

Where is the telephone?

B:
(4)

Its next to the lift.

A: ?

Where is the bank?

B:

Its behind the post office.

Where do you live?

A: ?
B:

I live near the university.

Grammar Note: The difference between + and +


The location where an activity takes place is usually followed by +
(e.g.

. I am watching TV in the living room.).

In contrast, the place where someone or something is located is followed by


the particle +.

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Task 1: Roleplay

Practice this roleplay with a partner. When you have finished, swap roles.
A: You are working at an information desk in a shopping centre. Write
down what floor the following places can be found on.
B: You want to find the following places in a shopping centre. Ask the
information desk receptionist which floor you can find each place on.

a.

b.

c.

g.

h.

i.

d.

e.

j.

k.

f.

l.

A:

A:

B:

B:

A:
B: ? 7

?
.

A:
B:

(basement) 1

?
.

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Task 2: Listening
(EXPONENT)
A(shops)+{/} ?

Where is A (located)?

(A+{/}) B

(A) is in floor B.

(ESSENTIAL VOCABULARY)

cinema; theater
supermarket

bank

post office

coffee shop

floor counting noun

where

in

restaurant

Sino-Korean numbers up to 6

You are going to hear customers asking at a shopping centre information


desk which floor the following shops are located on. Write down the letter
of the shops on the relevant floor of the building. Ready? Listen!
a.

b.

c.

d.

6
5
4
3
2
1

e.

f.

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Task 3: Listening
(EXPONENT)
A(things)+{/} ?

Where is A (located)?

A+{/} B

A is in the shelf No. B.

(ESSENTIAL VOCABULARY)
thank you
grape(s)

shelf

banana

milk

coke

beef

cheese

tomato ketchup

coffee

beer

where

number counting noun

sweets
in

Sino-Korean numbers up to 12

You are going to hear some dialogue about locations. As you see in the
picture below, you do not know the location of the items that you are
looking for. Listen for each item and its location and write down the number
of the shelf that holds each item in the blank space next to it. Ready? Listen!

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1

10 11

12

Shopping List

1.

6.

2.

7.

3.

8.

4.

9.

10.

5.

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Situation Dialogue 2
Hyeonu is looking for a ruler that he has misplaced.
:

? ,

.
.

. .

?
.

Vocabulary
?

[ go+(past tense infix)+ I wonder] did it go?


definitely

[ there is+(past tense infix)+] was here


by any chance (used for politeness in requests)
ruler

desk
[

top+(place particle)] on

drawer

[ see+

try] have a look

[ upper; top drawer] top drawer.


Often misspelled and mispronounced as .
[ bottom; lower drawer] bottom drawer
Often misspelled and mispronounced as

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[ here there is+ (exclamatory ending)] Oh! Here it is!

is pronounced

(yeoginne).

[ find+(past tense ending)] found

Romanisation and Translation


Hyeonu:

Eo, eodi gatji?

Oh, where did it go?

Bunmyeonghi yeogi

I'm sure it was here...

isseonneunde.

Do you have a ruler by any

Neo hoksi ja isseo?

chance?

Minjun:

Ja? Eo, chaeksang wie.

Ruler? Yeah, on my desk.

Hyeonu:

Chaeksang wie eomneunde.

But its not there (Lit. not on


the desk).

Minjun:

Geureomyeon chaeksang

Then check the drawer.

seorap hanbeon bwa bwa.

(Lit. Then take a look in the


drawer.)

Hyeonu:

Wi seorap?

The top drawer?

Minjun:

Ani, arae seorap.

No, bottom drawer.

Hyeonu:

A. Yeoginne.

Oh, here it is!

Chajasseo.

Found it.

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Vocabulary: Positions
When you want to specify the position of something, you can use the
following words:
Position Word + (location particle)

in front of

on, above

inside, in

below, under
outside

to the right of

to the left of

next to

near

opposite to

behind

across from

A B

between A and B

()

where; somewhere

on this side

()

here

on that side

()

there

over on that side

()

over there

Examples:
(1) A:
B:
(2) A:

B:
(3) A:
B:

.
?

Is there a florist around here?


Yes, its next to the bakery.
Where is a supermarket?
Its in front of the pharmacy
Where is a fruit shop?
Its on the right of the florist.

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(4) A:

B:

Its behind the bank.

(5) A: ?
B:

(6) A:

Where is the cinema?

Where is a video shop?


Its opposite the post office.
Where is the ball-point pen?

B:

Its on the desk.

A:

Its not on the desk.

(7) A:
B:

Where is the restroom here?

Its next to the lift over there.

(8) (on the phone)


A:
B:

Where are you now?


(Im) in front of the library.

If you want to specify the position of any activity, you should use +,
instead of + as in examples (9) and (10).
(9)

(10)

A: ?

Where shall we meet?

B:

Lets meet in front of uni.

I sang in front of many people.

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Task 4: Roleplay ?
A:

You are sharing a house with a friend who always uses things and then
leaves them in strange places. Find out where they have put the
following items, and write down their locations underneath.

Vocabulary:

table,

sofa, chair,

bookcase,

floor

Write Korean location words next to the English ones.


in front of

behind

on, above

below, under

on the right of

on the left of

next to

opposite to

between A and B

where

[
A:
B:

]
?

A:

B:

- Casual]
?
.

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Your housemate wants to know where you have put the following

B:

items. First decide where you have put them and then answer their
questions.

Write Korean location words next to the English ones.


in front of

behind

on, above

below, under

on the right of

on the left of

next to

opposite to

between A and B

where

[
A:
B:

]
?

A:

B:

- Casual]
?
.

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Task 5: Listening
(EXPONENT)
A(place)+{/} ?

Where is A?

A(place)+{/} B(place)

A is next to B.

A(place)+{/} B(place)
A(place)+{/} B(place)

A is on the left of B.

(ESSENTIAL VOCABULARY)
bank

cinema house

information

bakery

hospital

coffee shop

supermarket

flower shop

post office

lady's room

video shop

bookshop

on the left of

men's room

restaurant

department store

A is on the right of B.

cosmetics shop
next to

fruit shop

on the right of

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You are going to hear people asking the lady in the information desk of
the new shopping centre about the location of the following shops. Listen
carefully and write down the shop names in the appropriate places on the
floor plan. Ready? Listen!
a.

b.

c.

d.

You are here

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Task 6: Listening
(EXPONENT)
A(place)+{/} ?

Where is A?

A(place)+{/} B(place) C .

A is between B and C.

A(place)+{/} B(place)

A is opposite to B.

(ESSENTIAL VOCABULARY)

A B

between A and B

opposite to

You are going to hear more dialogue about locations. Listen carefully
and write down the shop names in the appropriate places on the floor plan.
Ready? Listen!
a.

b.

c.

d.

You are here

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Task 7: Writing
Your housemate wants to know where you have put the items below. Use
the information to answer each of the following questions.

1.

2.

a.

book:

on the sofa

b.

newspaper:

under the chair

c.

phone:

on the table

d.

bag:

next to sofa

e.

shoes:

in front of the sofa

f.

umbrella:

next to the bookcase

_______________________________.

3.

_______________________________.

4.

_______________________________.

5.

_______________________________.

6.

_______________________________.

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Situation Dialogue 3
Minseo has just come back home and is looking for Sujeong.
:
:

,
:

?
.

:
:

Vocabulary
where; somewhere

[ go+()and then come+(past)] youve been?


the city
just

kitchen+ in] in the kitchen (pronounced

.)

is pronounced

.)

dont know

[ ] (I) am here (

Romanisation and Translation


Amanda:

Eodi gatda wasseo?

Have you been out?

Minseo:

Eo, sinaee jom. Geunde,

Yeah, Just to the city.

sujeongi jigeum eodi isseo?

Hey, wheres Su-jeong?

Amanda:

Bueoke.

In the kitchen.

Minseo:

Bueoke?

In the kitchen?

Geogiseo mwo hae?

Whats she doing there?

Amanda:

Molla.

Dunno.

Sujeong:

Na yeogisseo.

Im here.

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Vocabulary: House
house
layout

single-story house

two-story house

downstairs
upstairs
room

master bedroom

bedroom
living room

bathroom
toilet; bathroom; restroom

laundry

basement
/

kitchen
dining room

store room
garage

garden
door
window

stairs

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Housing in Korea
There are three main types of housing in Korea:
Apartment
In 2005, 53% of Koreas population was housed in apartment buildings.
These are typically over ten stories high and grouped together in large
complexes, with private security and a shared garden and/or childrens play
area.
House

There are relatively few houses in large cities due to the price of land.
However, they are still common in rural areas. You can see houses newly
built in the traditional Korean style in some wealthier residential areas.
Villa
In Korea, the term villa refers to housing which is more spacious and more
expensive than an ordinary apartment. Villas buildings are smaller than
apartment buildings, and a watchman and a manager take care of security
and maintenance.

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Task 8: Roleplay
A:

You are sharing the house below with


, ,

?
,

, and your partner. You have just come home and

want to know where everybody is and what they are up to. When your
partner gives you the information, use it to identify the figures in the
picture below. Write down the appropriate name next to the person.

1 - Casual]

2]

A:

A:

B:

B:

?
A:

(basement).

B:

A:

(table-tennis)

A:

B:

A:

?
.

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You are sharing the house below with
, ,

, and your partner. Your partner has just come

home and wants to know where everybody is and what they are doing.
Answer their questions according to the information given in the
picture below.

1 - Casual]

2]

A:

A:

B:

B:

?
A:

(basement).

B:

A:

(table-tennis)

A:

B:

A:

?
.

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Task 9: Listening
(EXPONENT)
A(people)+{/} ?

Where is A?

A+{/} B .

A is in B.

What is/are he/she/they doing there?

(ESSENTIAL VOCABULARY)

where

in

in

with

there

room; bedroom

living room

garage

dining room

cellar; storage
room

toilet
kitchen

bathroom
basement

garden

television

meal/food

is watching

()

is sleeping

()

is playing table

tennis

food

is making

()

is having a bath

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You are sharing the house below with


, , and

. As you have just come home, you don't know

where they are or what they are doing. You are asking about them. Listen
for the locations and activities and write the names of people in the
appropriate rooms. Ready? Listen!

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Task 10: Reading Comprehension


The following are authentic housing advertisements in a Korean community
newspaper in Melbourne, Australia.
SHARE

Clayton

Glenferrie

100

TO LET
Box Hill

, 200

Vocabulary
boarding

station

[ newly built

own room

[ furniture

two story

house]

fully equipped] fully furnished

laundry
supplied

wireless

possibility; available

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misspelling of

quiet+and

apartment

[2

(share)

female student

people 1

clean+] quiet and clean

wanted]

room] shared room for 2 people

electricity

gas

Included
100

[ per week 100

misspelling of

$100] $100 per week


(shopping center)

and

railway station+() from]

distance
bathroom

carpark

Comprehension Questions (Answer in Korean)


1.

What station is the boarding house near? How far away is it?

2.

Which services are provided by the boarding house?

3.

How much is the shared house rent? What is included in the rent?

4.

What sort of room do you get in the shared house?

5.

What is nearby to the flat?

6.

Which of the three places is best for a car owner? Why?

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Task 11: Reading Comprehension


Susans flatmate will be going back to her own country in a months time so
Susan is looking for a new one. Susan has heard that a Korean classmate,
Mina, is looking for a room, so she has emailed her.

?
?

10

160

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Vocabulary
still; yet

dormitory

live +? (casual question ending)] Do you live?


(casual present tense form)]

inconvenient; uncomfortable
next month

[ return; go back +(casual present tense

ending)] return; go back

roommate +(subject particle)

(casual present tense form)] need

quiet + and {

clean

(casual

present tense form)}] quiet and clean


laundry room

Korean grocery store


+

too; also

gas
electricity

including
per week [ week +

close +(casual present tense ending)]

per]

What do you think about it?

interest there is; have +(casual present

tense ending)] are (you) interested?


[

contact (me)

(casual present tense form)]

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Comprehension Questions (Answer in Korean)


1.

Where does Susan live and with whom?

2.

Why does Susan need a new roommate?

3.

How many bedrooms does the apartment have?

4.

What other rooms are there?

5.

Can Min-A easily buy Korean food nearby?

6.

How much would Min-A have to pay per week including gas and
electricity?

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Task 12: Word Check


Match these words: here is a list of vocabulary related to the house. Write
down the Korean words next to the equivalent English words. The first one
is done for you.
a.

b.

c.

e.

f.

i.

j.

m.

n.

d.

g.

h.

k.

l.

1.

living room

8.

garden

2.

stairs

9.

basement

3.

bathroom

10.

garage

4.

door

11.

storeroom

5.

bedroom

12.

window

6.

kitchen

13.

toilet

7.

dining room

14.

bathroom

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Task 13: Writing


You need to find a housemate. Write an advertisement for a Korean
community newspaper.

17
6

Unit Focus:
Talking about Travel

o Vocabulary: Transportation
o Public Transportation in Seoul
o Travel Time
? How long does it take?
o Taking Transport
+{/} /
o Transferring to Another Means of Transport
+{}

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Situation Dialogue 1
Amanda is at a bus stop on her way to Lotte Department Store.
:

1:

(A bus pulls up.)


:

1:

?
. 161

(Bus No. 161 pulls up.)


:

2:

!
,

Vocabulary

bus going/that goes to Lotte Department Store

[stop+(present tense ending)] stop?

[go+(present tense ending)] goes?

number

[get on; board+(honorific present tense


ending - asking someone to do something)] get on

Excuse me! (Lit. uncle; often used when


addressing a middle-aged man)

[go+

? right? (confirmation question ending)]

goes, right?
quickly

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Romanisation and Translation


Amanda:

Person 1:

Yeogi Lotte baekhwajeom

Does the bus to Lotte

ganeun beoseu seoyo?

Department Store stop here?

Ye.

Yes.

(A bus pulls up.)


Amanda:

Lotte baekhwajeom gayo?

Is this going to Lotte


Department Store?

Bus driver 1:

Aniyo, an gayo.

No, it doesnt.

161beon beoseu taseyo.

Please take bus number 161.

(Bus No. 161 pulls up.)


Amanda:

Bus driver 2:

Ajeossi! I beoseu lotte

Excuse me! This bus goes to

baekhwajeom gajyo?

Lotte Department Store, right?

Ne, ppalli taseyo.

Yes, please hop on quickly.

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Task 1: Roleplay
You are Korean exchange student who has come to Monash University.

A:

Ask your partner how to get to the places you want to go.
Your Korean friend is asking you how to get to the places s/he wants to

B:

go. Provide them with the information. Refer to the example dialogue
below.
Buses stopping at the Clayton bus loop:
Bus No.

Route

630

between Elwood and Monash University

631

between Waverly Gardens SC and Southland shopping centre

691

between Bayswater and Waverley Gardens

703

between Blackburn and Middle Brighton

733

between Box Hill and Oakleigh

737

between Croydon and Monash University

802

different routes between Dandenong and Chadstone shopping

804

centre

862

- Casual]

A: [
B:

,[

] .

or
B: ,

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Vocabulary: Transportation
Type of Transportation
train

Name of Stop & Related Words


(train) station

()

ship; boat
bus

wharf; jetty
(

)
/

(bus) stop
express bus
terminal

boat

airplane

motorcycle

airport

yacht

car

car park

bicycle

garage

tram

tram stop

subway

subway station

subway station

subway line 1

taxi
truck

taxi rank

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Transportation Related Nouns
/

timetable
fare (e.g.

transportation card
ticket

rush hour (or

Transportation Related Verbs & Adjectives


[+(present tense ending)] take; get on; board; ride

+] get off

[+] go by foot

[ +] take; catch (to go)

+] change; transfer (transport/vehicle)

] depart

] arrive

+] take (how long)

it takes a long time

+] near; close

[ +] far

Other Expressions
Melbourne Seoul
()

from Seoul to Melbourne


bus going/that goes to the city

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Public Transportation in Seoul


Bus:

There are four types of buses: blue, green, red and yellow. Blue buses (
) travel the major routes between downtown Seoul and its satellite
cities. Green buses (

) serve the routes between subway stations and

nearby residential areas. Red buses (

) serve routes between

major areas (downtown, Gangnam, Yeongdeungpo, etc.) and metropolitan


satellite cities (Ilsan, Bundang, Uijeongbu, etc.). Yellow buses (

travel circular belt roads in the downtown and the major metropolitan areas.
Taxi:
There two types of taxis: regular (

) and deluxe (

). Deluxe

taxis provide better service and are more comfortable, However they are also
more expensive. You can distinguish deluxe taxis by their black colouring.
Taxis can be booked over the phone or hailed on the street. Regular taxis are
permitted to double hire so even if a taxi is occupied you can still hail it. Call
out your destination to passing taxi drivers, and if they are going your way,
they will stop and pick you up. Regular taxi fares are very cheap, making
them a convenient form of public transport. The flip side is that the drivers
have difficulty in making a decent living. As a result they generally drive fast
to earn more fares and may be rude if you are travelling only a short distance.
Subway:

The word (train) is used to refer to long distance inter-city trains. Within
a city people refer to either the (subway) or the

(above ground

electric train). The Seoul subway system is extensive, allowing convenient


travel to most areas of Seoul.
For further information:
http://www.lifeinkorea.com/Information/practical.cfm#Transportation

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Task 2: Word Check


Match these Korean words with their English equivalents. The first one is
done for you.
a.

b.

f.

g.

c.

h.

d.

i.

e.

j.

1.

train

2.

airplane

3.

bicycle

4.

bus

5.

car

6.

motorcycle

7.

ship

8.

subway

9.

taxi

10. tram

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Situation Dialogue 2
Paul has left the dormitory to go to a house near the university.
:

? 1 ?

10
:

10

? ?
.

Vocabulary

[outcome+(past tense ending)] left; came out

dormitory+from] out of the dormitory

[move house+ (past tense ending)]

did you move (house)?

uni+from]

vicinity+is] is in the vicinity of

close+(casual present tense ending)] close to; near

[ walk+by doing] on foot

A+

not more than A

What do you think about..?; How is..?

take amount of time+] takes (amount of time)

bus stop

near+and+(polite particle)] near and


not really

far+(casual present tense ending)]

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Note 1: In Korean, there are two different ways to show a starting point. To
show a starting point in time, use the particle +

, to show a starting point

in space, use +.
Example:
A:
B:

?
,2

Have you got a class today?


Yes, I have a class from 2 oclock to 4
oclock.

Romanisation and Translation


Paul:

Jeo gisuksaeseo nawasseoyo.

I moved out of the dormitory.


(Lit. I came out of the
dormitory.)

Minjun: Geurae? Eodiro isahaesseo?

Paul:

Really? Where did you move to?

Hakgyoeseo1 gakkawo?

Are you close to uni?

Ne. Hakgyo geuncheoyeyo.

Yeah, its close to uni.

Georeoseo 10 bunbakke an

Its a 10 minute walk at most.

geollyeoyo.

(Lit. It takes no more than ten


minutes on foot.)

Minjun: Geurae? Jip eottae? Joa?

Yeah? How is the house? Good?

Paul:

Ne, gwaenchanayo.

Yeah, its okay.

Beoseu jeongnyujangdo

Its close to the bus stop and also

gakkapgoyo, syopingsentado

not very far from the shopping

byeollo an meoreoyo.

centre.

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Travel Time: ? How long does it


take?
When asking how much time something takes we can use the expression:
?

(Casual- neutral ending )

(Casual- feminine ending)

(Casual- masculine ending)


(Polite)

The answer to ()? is as follows:


Period of Time ()
Examples:
(1) A:

How long does it take from your

home to school?

?
B:
(2)

It takes 50 minutes by car

(3) A:

It takes about 10 minutes on foot.

from home to the office.

How long does it take

KTX

from Seoul to Pusan by KTX


(Korea Train Express)?

B:
(4) A:

It takes about 3 hours.

Have you finished your


homework?

B:

(5) A:

. ?
B:

. Yes, but it took a long time.


I want to send this parcel to USA.
How long will it take?
About a week.

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Task 3: Roleplay
A:

You are a Korean exchange student in Melbourne who wants to travel


around in Australia. Ask your fiend how long it takes to get to the places
below.

B:

Your Korean friend is asking you how long it takes to get to the
following places. Tell them how many hours you think it will take if
they use a particular mode of transport. You should be able to use five
different modes of transport in this roleplay. Refer to the example
dialogue below.

- Casual]

A: [

] ?

B: [ ]

Note:

is about.

].

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Task 4: Listening
(EXPONENT)
A(means of transportation) ? How long does it take by A?
A

It takes A hour(s).

(ESSENTIAL VOCABULARY)
how long

takes (amount of time)

hour(s)

ah... let me see... well...

New York

Chicago

San Francisco

Pure Korean numbers up to 18

Los Angeles

Sino-Korean numbers up to 40

This time, Paul and Amanda are talking about their travel plan around the
U.S.A. Listen for the traveling times and places of departure and arrival.
Draw arrows connecting places of departure and arrival and write along these
arrows the traveling times. Ready? Listen!

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Taking Transport: +{/} / take ...


When we want to say that we go or come by a particular mode of transport,
add +{/} / to the noun for the means of transport. The
expression literally means get on the means of transport and then go/come.
The rules:
a) If the noun ends in a vowel: +

I came by taxi.

b) If the noun ends in a consonant: +


I took the subway.

Examples:
(1)

(2)

A:

B:

A:

How do you get to uni?


By bus.

() ? Do you go to the market by bus?

B: , () . No, I take the subway.


(3)

A:

I went to Busan yesterday (and


came back).

B:
A: ,
(4)

A: ?

Did you go there by train?

No, I drove my car.


How shall we get there?
(Lit. What shall we get on and go?)

B:

Lets catch a taxi.

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Task 5: Roleplay ?
First fill in the blanks with your details.

_____________

___________/.

(________________) ________{/} .

(or

. /

10

________

. I come to uni by car.)

Now ask each of your classmates where they live, how they come to school,
and how long it takes them. The example dialogues will help you.
NAME

SUBURB

TRANSPORTATION

1]

A: [

] , ?

B: [ Richmond ]
A:

B: [

A:

] .

50

2 - Casual]

A:

B: [ Richmond ].
A:

B: [

A: [

?
B: [

TIME REQUIRED

B: [

50

?
].
]?


].

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Task 6: Listening
(EXPONENT)
Where is your house?

?
A(area)

I live in A.

?/

? How do you come to school?

A(means of transportation) .

I come by A.

How long does it take?

(hours) B

(minutes)

It takes about A hour(s) and

B minutes.

(ESSENTIAL VOCABULARY)
car
train

taxi

bicycle

bus

live

what

school (meaning includes

by (mode of

house

university/college)

transport)

take/s (time)

hour(s)

minutes

how long

come by A(mode of

about

transport)
Pure Korean numbers up to 12
Sino-Korean numbers up to 50 (going up in fives)
Melbourne suburbs: Richmond, Boxhill, Glen Waverley, Hawthorn, Clayton

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You are going to hear some dialogue about how people get to school and
how long it takes from home to school. Listen for the means of transportation
and the time taken. Write down the time and the names of those who are using
each means of transportation in the appropriate box. Ready? Listen!

Name

Time

________

________

________

________

________

________

________

________

________

________

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Situation Dialogue 3
Amanda is asking for directions to Korea University in the subway station.
:

.
.

Vocabulary

[+()] from here

(an abbreviation for) Korea University

how

subway line 6

[catch+and] catch and

[
[

Korea University

station+at]

get off + (honorific) + you can just

+(polite)] you can get off

how long

take+?(soft question ending)] does it take?

take+] takes

.....

about . or so

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Romanisation and Translation


Amanda: Yeogiseo Goryeo daehakgyo

Staff:

How can I get to Korea

eotteoke gayo?

University from here?

Jihacheol yukhoseon tago

Take subway line 6 and then

goryeodaeyeogeseo naerisimyeon

you can get off at Korea

dwaeyo.

University station.

Amanda: Eolmana geollinayo?

How long does it take?

Staff:

Eum..yak osip bunjjeum

Ah It takes about 50

geollyeoyo.

minutes.

Amanda: A! Ne, gamsahamnida.

Ah! I see. Thank you.

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Transferring to Another Mode of Transport:


+{} transfer to
Whem travelling, it is often necessary to change from one mode of transport
to another. Alternatively, you may use the same mode of transport, but need
to transfer to a different route (e.g. from tram no. 86 to tram no. 109).
The expression you use in these situations is +{} .
Rules:
a) If the noun ends in a vowel or consonant : +
A:

How do you come to school?

B:

I catch the train to Seoul station.


There I transfer to a bus.

( literally means switch and get on.)


b) If the noun ends in a consonant (except consonant ): +
A:

How can I get to Seoul National


University from here?
You need to transfer to subway

B: 2

line number 2.

.
Examples:
(1) 6

28
.

transfer to line 2 at Sindang


Station.

.
(2) 83

Take subway line 6 and then

Take bus no. 83 from here and


then transfer to no. 28 at
Dongdaemun.

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However, if you just want to say you change trams/trains/buses/planes, you


say +{/} instead of +{} . as in (3).
(3) A:

Do you fly direct from Melbourne

to Seoul?

?
B: ,

No, I change planes at Sydney.

.
(4) (on the subway)

Passengers transferring to the


Inchon line should change trains at
the next station.

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Task 7: Roleplay
A:

You are a tourist in Seoul. Ask people how to get to the places in the left
column. Refer to the example dialogue. When the person gives you the
information, complete the details in the table below.

You are at

Destination

Subway line

Arriving Station

Gyeongbokgung
Palace

Museum


Ambassador
Hotel

Express Bus
Terminal

Dongdaemun
Stadium

Suwon (City)
(*

(museum) is pronounced [

A:

B:

[ 3 ]
[

A:

Olympic Park

] ?

].)

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B:

A tourist wants to know how to get to the places in the left column.
Provide them with the information listed in the table. Refer to the
example dialogue.
You are at

Destination

Subway line

Arriving Station

Gyeongbokgung
Palace

3
3

Museum


Ambassador
Hotel

Dongguk
University

Express Bus
Terminal

Dongdaemun
Stadium

Olympic Park

Suwon (City)
(*

B:

[ 3 ]
[

A:

(museum) is pronounced [

A:

] ?

].)

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Task 8: Listening
(EXPONENT)

My name is A.

A{/}.

A(place) .

I work in A.

A(place) B(place) .

I go from A to B on foot.

A(place) B(place)

I go from A to B by C.

C(means of transportation) .

(ESSENTIAL VOCABULARY)
Car

bicycle

Train

house

restaurant

hairdresser's

company/office

bank

name

work

takes (amount of time)

go

on foot

in; from

about

by

minutes
my (humble expression)

I (humble expression)

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You can see in the picture some people going to their workplaces. Four of
them will introduce themselves to you. Listen carefully and see if you can
identify which four people they are. Write down the letters of the pictures that
describe what you hear, names of the four and how long it takes them to travel
from home to work in the appropriate spaces. Ready? Listen!
1.

2.

3.

4.

a.

b.

c.

d.

e.

f.

g.

h.

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Task 9: Extended Situation Dialogue


Susan is explaining to her friend, Dongjun, how to get to the city from
Monash University.
:

? .

630

Huntingdale

City Flinders St
:

Flinders St

Vocabulary
from here

bus to the city

the city; city centre

how

complicated

first of all

station

+] get off

from there

should go

how long

...

about or so

+] takes

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Task 10: Roleplay

You are a Korean exchange student who has come to Monash

A:

University. Ask your partner how to get to the places in the rightmost
column.
Your Korean friend is asking you how to get to the places in the

B:

rightmost column. Provide them with the information listed in the table.
Refer to the example dialogue below.
You are at

Transport 1 Transferring Transport 2

Arriving

Monash

Bus 802

Chadstone

Carlton

Tram

St Kilda

Clayton

Train

Southern
Cross Station

Sky Bus

Airport

Monash

Bus 630

Huntingdale
Station

Train

City (Flinders
St Station)

Caulfield

Train

Flinders St
Station

Tram

Melbourne
University

1]

For a trip without transfers

A: _____________ ?
B: _____________

or
B: ____________ Tram ____________
[

2] For a trip with transfers

A: _____________ ?
B: ____________ ____________ ____________
_____________ _____________ .

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Task 11: Reading Comprehension


Amanda is writing an email to a Korean friend in Australia describing aspects
of being a student at Korea University.
,

? ? ^^

. ,
?

Vocabulary
,

names (female)
How are you? (Lit. Are you well?)
been a while, hasnt it?
name (male)

[ +?(tag question ending)]


doing well? (Lit. you are well, arent you?)
boarding house

[ find (e.g. accommodation) + (past


tense)+(casual question ending)]

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did you find (it)?

[ move house+ (past tense infix)+(casual


ending)] moved (house)
Jamsil (a suburb located just south of the Han River in
Seoul and where the Olympic Stadium is located)
[

far+(casual present tense ending)] far

face

see+ lets]

Lets try to catch up


(Lit. Lets see each others faces sometime)

often
[

contact+(casual present tense ending)]

keep in touch (Lit. contact); pronounced yeollakae

Comprehension Questions (Answer in Korean)


1. Where does Amanda live and with whom?

2. How does she go to university?

3. How long does it take?

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Task 12: Listening


(EXPONENT)

A{/}.

A B(place)

My name is A.
A work(s) in B.

A(place) B(place)

It takes (me) C minutes

from A to B on foot.

A(place) B(place)

It takes (me) D minutes

C(means of transportation)

from A to B by C.

(ESSENTIAL VOCABULARY)

bank

hotel

company/office

school; campus

library

hairdresser's
pharmacy

supermarket
factory

coffee shop

travel agency
hospital; doctors
clinic*

garage (car repair shop)

post office

shoe shop

house
bicycle

restaurant

motorcycle

train

taxi

car

bus

my
+

in; from

by

name
our

on foot
minutes

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about

work

takes (time)

teach
works (honorific form)

teaches
(honorific form)

father

mother
elder brother to a male
elder brother to a female

elder sister to a female

elder sister to a male

Sino-Korean numbers up to 50 (going up in fives)


You are going to hear four stories that tell you about four families shown
in the picture below. A family member will tell you where each member of
his or her family works, how they get to work and how long it takes from the
house to each place of work. For each family member draw a line connecting
his/her mode of transport to the correct work place. Write in along this line
the travelling time and that particular person's names or relationship to the
speaker (e.g.
1.

). Ready? Listen!

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2.

3.

4.

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Task 13: Listening


(EXPONENT)
?

What shall we do?

Where shall we go?

A(place)

Let's go to A.

How shall we get there?

A(place) B(place)

Let's go from A to B by C.

C(means of transportation)

Verb stem + {/}?

Shall we (verb)?

Verb stem + {

Let's (verb).

(ESSENTIAL VOCABULARY)
what

where;

somewhere
bus

train

car

travel

and

to; at (place)

by

and

then; in that case

by the way;

but
fine

let's go

let's come

Shall we come?

during school holidays

Shall we go?

Let's go
travelling

Adelaide

Gold Coast

Alice Springs
Melbourne

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237

You are going to hear the dialogue in which Thomas and Susan are talking
about their travel plan around Australia during school holidays. Listen for the
means of transportation and places of departure and arrival. Draw arrows
connecting places of departure and arrival and write in along these arrows the
means of transportation. Ready? Listen!

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Task 14: Writing


A friend at a different university needs to travel to your university library to
borrow a book. Write a set of instructions explaining how to get from your
friends university to yours by public transport, including how long each
stage will take. (Choose two universities that are far apart.)

18

Unit Focus:
Describing and Comparing Things
Making Contrasting Statements
Talking about the Weather

o Comparing
A + () (more) than A
o Contrasting: +

but

o Vocabulary: Four Seasons


o Vocabulary: Weather

240

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Situation Dialogue 1
Minjun is looking to buy a car.
:
:
:

,
.
,

...

.
.

Vocabulary
car

all right; okay; quite good; +(soft ending)] is

pretty good

Do you like it? Are you happy with it? (Lit. Is it to your
liking?)

this one

too

expensive+(soft ending)] expensive

Corolla
+

size

too; as well

than; compared to

[more

small+and] smaller and

Civic
price

alright; okay+but] is alright but

colour

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not very/that/so good

Romanisation and Translation


Minjun:

Ya, i cha eottae?

Hey, what do you think of this


car?

Hyeonu:
Minjun:

Hyeonu:

Gwaenchaneunde.

Its pretty good.

Maeume deureo?

Do you like it?

Eo, geunde, igeo neomu

Yeah, but its too expensive.

bissande. Korollaboda keugido

And its smaller than a Corolla

deo jakgo.

too.

Geureom i sibigeun?

Well what about this Civic


then?

Minjun:

Geulsse...

Well

Gagyeogeun gwaenchaneunde

The price is alright but

saekkkari byeolloya.

I dont really like the colour.

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Comparing: A + () (more) than A


When you want to compare two nouns, you can use the particle + after
the second noun as an equivalent to the English word than. The word
(more) is optional, and can be used for emphasis.
(1)
(2)

()
()

Australia is bigger than Korea.

This dress is cheapher than that

one.
When we are making a comparison that is less, we need to include the word
(less).
(3)

(4)

Today is less cold than yesterday.

Melbourne is less cold than Seoul

in winter.

.
Examples:
(5)

A:

B:

(6)

(7)

Which one is tastier?

They are all the same


.

Susan studies better than me.


My older brother is one year older
than me.

(8)

(or

younger than me.

(9)

(10)

My younger sister is two years

Its much simpler than it seems.


Its harder than it seems.

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(11)

(12)
(13)

Its no harder than I thought.

This is tastier than I thought.


Its tastier than it looks.

(14) .

Its heavier than it looks.

(15)

This is easier than it looks.

(16) (= )

This is the cheapest one.

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Task 1: Roleplay
A:

You are going to buy a second-hand car. Ask your partner to help you to
choose a good one.

B:

You have found some information about some used cars from an
Internet website. Provide the information to your partner.

2004

1994

2004

1996

2,150

590

630

180

Vocabulary

consume(s) lots of petrol


old (a thing)

mileage is low

1]

A:

B:

A:

2 - Casual]

A:

B:

A:

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Task 2: Building Sentences


Compare the following two advertisements and complete the sentences.
Honda

Hyundai

2011

2010

48

73

km

$10500

km

$11900

1.
2.
3.

__________________

__________________

_______________

4.

.
____________________.

Vocabulary

like

cheap

mileage

old (things)

short

price

long

99

99 model

expensive

mileage is low

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Task 3: Listening
(EXPONENT)

A(noun)+{/} Adjective stem +(/).

A is Adjective.

(ESSENTIAL VOCABULARY)
weather

clothes

money

problem

flower(s)

mountain

cold

hot

fine; good

expensive

cheap

dirty

easy

sick

beautiful

+{/}

clean
There is/are a lot
difficult
high
subject particles

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Choose the picture that describes what you hear and write down the
corresponding letter in the space below. Ready? Listen!
1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

11.

12.

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Task 4: Listening

(ESSENTIAL VOCABULARY)

car

bad

There are few; There is little (in quantity)

low

You are going to hear a statement that describes the pictures below. Listen
carefully and repeat what you hear only if it is true. Do not repeat if it is not
true. If it is true, you will hear the same statement again. And if it is not true,
you will hear the word FALSE" and the true statement. Ready? Listen!
1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

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7.

8.

9.

10.

11.

12.

13.

14.

15.

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Task 5: Listening
(EXPONENT)
A+{/} B () Adjective stem + (/) A is (more) Adjective than B

(ESSENTIAL VOCABULARY)
white

black

money

trousers

mountain

Mt. Chiri

Mt. Halla

who (

who + subject

particle)

which

today

long

cheap

high

few; little

hot

more

than; compared to

Concord

yesterday

tall
short (in length)
expensive
There are a lot/many

Lantra

You will hear a dialogue in which various comparisons are made. Draw
lines connecting names with the correct pictures. Ready? Listen!
1.

a.

b.

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2.

3.

a.

b.

a.

b.

4.

a.

b.

6.

a.

b.

5.

a.

b.

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Situation Dialogue 2
Minjun is asking about Pauls studies.
:
:

? ?

?
.

Vocabulary
+

than; compared to
grammar

()

pronunciation

writing

+()] easy
+] similar

reading

easier

Romanisation and Translation


Minjun:

Jigeum mwo gongbuhae?

What are you studying now?

Paul:

Ilboneoyo.

Japanese.

Minjun:

Geurae? Ilboneo eottae?

Yeah? Whats Japanese like?

Hangugeoboda swiwo?

Is it easier than Korean?

Geulsse, jal moreugesseoyo.

Well, Im not quite sure.

Munbeobeun biseutaeyo.

The grammars similar, but

Geunde bareumi hangugeoboda

pronunciation is easier than

swiwoyo.

Korean.

Minjun:

Geurae?

Really?

Paul:

Ne. Geunde, ilgi, sseugineun

Yeah. But Korean is easier to

hangugeoga deo swiwoyo.

read and write.

Paul:

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Task 6: Roleplay

You are studying with your friend in the library. Ask them what they are

A:

studying and whether or not it is easier than another subject.


You are studying with your friend in the library. S/he will ask you what

B:

you are studying and whether or not it is harder than another subject.
[

- Casual ]

A:
B:

].

A:

?[ ]

B:

,
[

A:
B:

. [

?[

]
].

?
.

, [

] [

].

Vocabulary
exam

assignment

grammar

pronunciation

writing

reading

speaking

listening

+] similar

+](exactly the) same

+] different

[ +] many
[

+] difficult

+] easy

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Task 7: Listening
(VOCABULARY)

tone

Chinese characters

learn+(casual present tense ending)] learn

a lot; much more

easy] much easier

You will hear a dialogue where Minjun is asking Paul about learning Chinese
and Korean. Answer the following questions in English.
1. Which language does Paul find easier in terms of grammar?

2. What makes Chinese pronunciation more difficult than Korean?

3. What else does Paul find difficult about learning Chinese?

4. Does he learn Chinese characters in the Korean course?

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Contrasting: +

but

When we want to make a statement that contradicts or makes a contrast with


what has just been said, we add + to the verb or adjective stem.
Verb or Adjective Stem +
Examples:
(1)

I dont have money, but I am


content.

(2)

I like Japanese food, but

I dont go to Japanese restaurants


often since its expensive.

(3)

Its expensive, but the design is


good.

(4)
(5)

Its cloudy, but not cold.

. That person is rich, but unhappy.

The past tense form of + is +[+] or +[+].


The attachment rules are the same as the past tense endings we studied in Unit
7.
(6)

It was a bit expensive but I bought


it anyway.

(7)

yesterday

(8) A:

It was cloudy, but not cold

Did you go to see a film


yesterday?

B:

I wanted to go, but I couldnt.

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Task 8: Roleplay
A:

You are in a department store with your friend and want to buy the
things in the picture below. Ask their opinion on each item as shown in
the example dialogue. Write down his or her opinion in Row B and
reply with one of the reasons why you like the item below. You should
write these down in Row A.
Reasons: A. () B.

B:

() C.

()

You are in a department store with your friend who wants to buy the
things in the picture below. S/he will ask your opinion on each item as
in the example dialogue. Choose a different reason for each item and
write down the reason that you dont like them in Row B. Write down
your friends opinion in Row A.
Reasons: A.() B.
1.

()

2.

C. () D. ().

3.

4.

A
B

- Casual ]

A:
B:

A:

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Task 9: Listening
(VOCABULARY)

shoes

shortened form of

(digital camera)

mobile phone

design

too
[ big

+(casual present tense ending)] big

[ big+(soft ending)] big

[ big+but] big but

[ big+and] big and

pretty

+(casual present tense ending)] pretty

pretty+(soft ending)] pretty

pretty+but] pretty but

pretty+and] pretty and

good+(casual present tense ending)] good

good+(soft ending)] good

good+but] good but

good+and] good and

expensive+(casual present tense ending)] expensive

expensive+(soft ending)] expensive

expensive+but] expensive but

expensive+and] expensive and

heavy +(casual present tense ending)] heavy

heavy +

(soft ending)] heavy

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heavy+but] heavy but

heavy+and] heavy and

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thing+(subject particle)] light ones

You will hear Minseo (female) and Jihun (male) talking about some items in a
department store. Write down the name of the item and their opinion of each
below. Ready? Listen!
Dialogue 1
Item
Minsoes
opinion
Jihuns opinion

Dialogue 2
Item
Minsoes
opinion
Jihuns opinion

Dialogue 3
Item
Minsoes
opinion
Jihuns opinion

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Situation Dialogue 3
Amanda is an exchange student who is not used to the Korean winter.
:

...

.
,

:
:

?
?

.
.
,

?
:

....

Vocabulary

brrr!
genuine; really

cold+(exclamatory ending)] Its cold!


+(casual present tense ending)] Its cold.

not really; not that/very/so much


snow

as well; too; either


instead

rain (noun)

often; frequently

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[ rain+(subject particle) come+(casual present

tense ending)] it rains/its raining

summer

+(casual present tense ending)] hot

(modifying adjective ending) day] hot days

much; a lot; far (when comparing)


humidity level
[

low+ so] is low, so

sweltering; steamy; muggy +(++

+)not]

not sticky hot

Romanisation and Translation


Amanda: Eu... oneul jinjja chupda.
Yeogi gyeoureun neomu

Brrr Its really cold today.


Winter here is too cold.

chuwo.
Minseo:

Geureom, melbeoreuneun

So, Melbourne isnt cold in

an chuwo?

winter?

Amanda: Byeollo an chuwo.

Not really cold.

Minseo:

Does it snow?

Nundo an wa?

(Lit. Does it not snow either?)


Amanda: Nun? An wa.
Daesin biga jaju wa.

Snow? No, it doesnt.


It rains a lot, though.
(Lit. Instead, it often rains.)

Minseo:

Geureom, yeoreumeun eottae?

What about summer then?

Seoulboda deowo?

Is it hotter than Seoul?

Amanda: Eum... deoun nareun

Um on hot days

seoulboda hwolssin deowo.

it's a lot hotter than Seoul.

Geunde seupdoga najaseo

But not sticky hot, because

mudeopjin ana.

humidity is low.

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Vocabulary: Four Seasons


spring

summer

autumn

winter

Vocabulary: Weather

raining

cloudy

fine/clear
warm

hot
steamy

windy

cool

snowing
cold

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Task 10: Word Check


Here is a list of the seasons and terms describing the weather. Match the
Korean with the English. The first and last ones are done for you.
a.

h.

b.

i.

c.

j.

d.

k.

e.

l.

f.

m.

g.

n.

1.

spring

8.

fine

2.

summer

9.

hot

3.

autumn

10.

raining

4.

winter

11.

snowing

5.

cloudy

12.

warm

6.

cold

13.

windy

7.

cool

14.

dry

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Task 11: Roleplay

You are talking on the phone with a friend.


A:

Ask your friend what the weather is like now in his/her city.

B:

Tell your friend what the weather is like now in your city.
Refer to the map below.

A:

B:

?
.

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Task 12: Listening


(EXPONENT)

A

Im from A.

Verb or Adjective stem +

Where are you from?

What's the weather like there?


Verb or Adjective and

(ESSENTIAL VOCABULARY)
spring

summer

autumn

winter

fine/clear

warm

good

weather

as well; also

cold

fine and

cloudy

cloudy and

cold and

was good
was warm
but
snow

rain

comes

came?

no

then

a little

very

wind

It's A

where

from

Australia

Canada

Osaka

now

cold, isn't it?

Japan

San Francisco

Canberra

it rained/was raining

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it was windy

Does it snow?

You are a taxi driver in Seoul, and you often meet people from overseas.
Whenever you meet these people you always ask them about the weather. Put
a mark in the table. Ready? Listen!

1.
2.

3.
4.

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Task 13: Listening


(EXPONENT)

Verb or Adjective stem +

Verb or Adjective stem +

will Verb or will be Adjective


Verb or Adjective and then... or
Verb or Adjective but then...

(ESSENTIAL VOCABULARY)
Seoul

Kangnung

Taejon

Taegu

Pusan

Kwangju

Cheju Island

region

weather
the whole country

each

a little bit

will report

's

mainly

tomorrow

cloudy but

in the morning

from the afternoon (onwards)

....

without going any further (Lit. as it is)


It will be fine

It will snow

It will rain

It will be cloudy
have reported

You will hear the recorded information about tomorrow's weather on the
phone. Choose the symbol that describes what you hear and write down the
corresponding letter next to each city on the map. Ready? Listen!

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.

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Task 14: Reading Comprehension


Susan is writing an email to a Korean friend about her trip to Korea.

.
.

Vocabulary
for/during that period
?

[ +

+(past tense ending)]How have you been?


(past tense ending)] travelled

Kyeongju (a historic Korean city)

person; people

traffic

+(present tense ending)] congested;

crowded; complex
[

goods; things

quality (of goods)


Namdaemun Market
footwear; shoes

price] the price of goods

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[

small+ but] small but

quiet+ and ] quiet and

+(present tense ending)] clean

weather

cold + so] cold so

tourist

There were not many


soon

Korean class
again; also

+] Ill keep in touch

(Lit. Ill contact you.)

Comprehension Questions (Answer in Korean.)


1.

What did Susan do during the holidays?

2.

Compared to Melbourne, what is Seoul like?

3.

What did she buy?

4.

Where did she go shopping and what were the prices like?

5.

Compared to Seoul, what is Kyeongju like?

6.

Why were there not many tourists in Kyeongju?

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Task 15: Writing


Compare the city you are in now with another city you know. Compare
aspects such as traffic (

), weather (), people ( ), and so on.

UNIT 19 ?

19

?
Unit Focus:
Confirming What You Already Know
Describing People, Animals and Things (1)
Being Polite (Soft Sentence Endings)
Making a Suggestion to Try Something

o Confirming: +?

, isnt it?; , doesnt it?

o Vocabulary: Animals and Insects


o Vocabulary: Describing People (1)
o Describing with Modifying Adjective Endings:
+{/}
o Vocabulary: Describing People (2)
(with Modifying Adjective Endings)
o Soft Sentence Endings: +{/}
o Making a Suggestion: +(/) Try ...ing

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Situation Dialogue 1
Amanda suggests playing 20 questions with Minseo.
:

:
:

.
, !

Vocabulary
20 questions (Lit: 20 mountain peaks).

you (casual) +(subject particle)] you

Note.

is often pronounced . Also, when used with

particles other than the subject particle, is used (e.g.


first

think +

think +

try] try to think of


(casual past tense ending)]

I have thought (of one)

[ ask+(casual present tense ending)] ask (me)

).

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live++(casual present tense ending)] live

big

+(casual present tense ending)] (is) big?

[ know+(exclamatory past tense ending)] I know!

cat+ isnt it] (Its) a cat, isnt it?


get it right/find the correct answer +(casual past tense

ending)] got it right

Romanisation and Translation


Amanda:

Uri seumugogae haja.

Lets play 20 questions.

Minseo:

Joa. Niga meonjeo hana

OK You think of something

saenggakae bwa.

(Lit. one) first.

Eum, saenggakaesseo.

OK. Um, Ive got one. (Lit. I

Mureo bwa.

thought of one.) Ask me.

Minseo:

Dongmuriya?

Is it an animal?

Amanda:

Eo.

Yep.

Minseo:

Jibeseo sara?

Domestic? (Lit. Lives in the

Amanda:

house?)
Amanda:

Eung, jibe sara.

Yeah, (it does).

Minseo:

Keo?

Is it big?

Amanda:

Ani, an keo.

Nope, its not.

Minseo:

Gaeya?

Is it a dog?

Amanda:

Ani.

Nope.

Minseo:

A, aratda!

Ah, Ive got it!

Goyangiji?

Its a cat, isnt it?

Eo, majasseo.

Yep, you got it.

Amanda:

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Confirming: +? , isnt it?; , doesnt it?


When you want to ask about something you already know use + at the
end of the sentence. + comes after the verb, adjective or noun, and is
pronounced with a falling intonation. The contracted form +

is often used

in colloquial speech.
1) Present tense rules:
Verb or Adjective Stem

+?

(Casual)

Verb or Adjective Stem

+?

(Polite)

Noun

+{}?

(Casual)

Noun

+{}? (Polite)

a) After a verb or adjective stem: +?

Youre open tomorrow, arent you?

b) After a noun: +()?


If the noun ends in a vowel: +
Hello, is that (Lit: there)

Korea University?

If the noun ends in a consonant: +?


Hello, is that Professor Parks

residence? (Note.
word for

: honorific

Examples:
(1)

A:
B:

Its really cold today, isnt it?


Yes, it is (very cold)!

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(2)

(3)

(4)

A:

No, its fine.

A:

The exam is easy, isnt it?

B: , .

No, its difficult.

A:

Its still raining outside, isnt it?

No, it stopped a while ago.

B: ,
(5)

The coffee is too strong, isnt it?

B: ,

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A:

Its a public holiday tomorrow,

isnt it?
B:
(6)

Yes, thats right.

A:

Michael is skiing/skis very well,

isnt he/doesnt he?

?
B:
(7)

A:

(9)

Did you make this yourself?

Yes. It took me a month.

Pretty, huh?

A:
B:

Yes, it is.

A:
B:

This film is good, isnt it?

B: ,
(8)

Yes, he is/does.

You dont exercise much, right?

?*

No, not much. [Lit. Yes, not much.]

(* do+ (honorific infix)+ ? is more polite than ?)


(10) A:

This place has nice coffee. Try it.

B: , .

Yeah, all right.

A:

How is it? Good, huh?

B: ,

Yeah, it is.

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2) Past tense rules:


Verb or Adjective Stem

+(/)?

Noun

+{/

}?

a) After a verb or adjective stem: +(/)?


If the last vowel is

or

: +?
Michael has gone to Korea, hasnt

he?
If the last vowel is not

or

: +?
Yesterdays movie was good,

wasnt it?

If the last vowel of the stem is not


delete

or

and stem ends in

+ ?

A:

Yesterdays exam was easy, wasnt

it?
B: ,

Yes, it was.

b) After a noun: +{/

}?

If the noun ends in a vowel: + ?

He was a swimmer before, wasnt


he?

If the noun ends in a consonant: +?

Yesterday was Young-mis


birthday, wasnt it?

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Examples:
(1) A:

It was really hot yesterday, wasnt

it?
B: ,

(2) A:

Yes, it was.

Young-mi called you yesterday,

didnt she?
B: ,

Yes, she did.

(3) A:

B: ,
A:

No, I havent.

(4) A:

You havent eaten yet, have you?

Then, lets go and eat together.


It rained a lot there yesterday,
didnt it?

B:
(5) A:

Yes, it did.

It was Young-mis book, wasnt

it?
B:

(6) A:

Yes, thats right.

Michael hasnt come back yet, has


he/right?

B:

No, he will be back soon.


[Lit. Yes, he will be back soon.]

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Vocabulary: Animals and Insects


Animals (

)
puppy

horse

dog

snake

whale

gorilla

cow

cat

sheep

bear

rat/mouse

giraffe

camel

pig

Insects (

kangaroo
elephant

chicken

lion

koala

tiger

)
ant

spider

butterfly

mosquito
bee

fly

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Task 1: Roleplay

Your teacher will split you into small groups. One student should think of an
animal and the rest of the group should find out what it is by playing Twenty
Questions. Take it in turns to be the one answering.

1.

2.

3.

6.

B:

B:

- Casual]

A:

.
,

B:
,

8.

A:
B:

A:

7.

A:

5.

4.

?
.

A:

B:

A:

B:

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Task 2: Listening
(EXPONENT)
A+{/}

It's not A.

A+{/} Adjective stem +(/)

A is Adjective

(ESSENTIAL VOCABULARY)
dog

cat

fish

elephant
bee

giraffe

horse

mouse; rat

kangaroo

neck

nose

tail

flower

honey

sea

Africa

big

small

hate; not like

Australia
long

afraid of

fly

live

like

run

people

make

ride
but; however
(formal)

and

together

very
quickly; fast

with

in/at/to

+{/}

subject particles

+{/}

object particles

+{/}

topic particles

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You will hear descriptions of the animals and insect below. In each space
write down the letter which corresponds to the animal described. Ready?
Listen!
1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

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Situation Dialogue 2
Hyeonu is asking Minjun about his ideal girlfriend.
:

! ?

Vocabulary

what kind of

style
Yun Eun Hye - an actress who appeared in the TV

miniseries Coffee Prince


like

short hair
[

+(modifying adj. ending)

straight hair]

long straight hair


?

different+(modifying adjective ending)

thing+(topic particle)] what else?


[

slim+(modifying adjective ending)] slim


well

wear+(modifying verb ending) ] a

girl with good fashion sense (Lit. a girl who dresses well)

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Oh, I see.

Romanisation and Translation


Hyeonu: Minjuna! Neon eotteon

Minjun:

Hey Minjun! What kind of girl

seutairui yeojaga joa?

do you like?

Eum Yuneunhye gateun

Hm.. A girl like Yun Eun Hae.

seutail.
Hyeonu: Geureom danbalmeori?

Soyou like short hair?

Minjun:

Eo. Nan gin saengmeoriboda

Yeah. I prefer short hair to long

danbalmeori seutairi joa.

straight hair (Lit: I like short


hair more than long straight
hair).

Hyeonu: A~ geurae?

Minjun:

Oh, really?

Geureom dareun geon?

What else?

Nalssinhan yeoja.

A slim girl.

Geurigo ot jal imneun yeoja!

And with good fashion sense!

Hyeonu: Geureokuna.

Oh, I see.

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Vocabulary: Describing People (1)

has blonde hair

has black hair

has short hair

has long hair

Ex.) Mia

Mia

Mia has blonde hair.


Mia has long hair.

moustache
beard
Ex.) Jack

Jack has a moustache.

is pretty

is good-looking

is slim

is thin
is fat

Ex.) Mia
Mia

Mia is pretty.

Mia has pretty eyes.

is tall

is short

is average height

Ex.) Mia

Mia has blonde hair and is tall.

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Task 3: Listening
(EXPONENT)
Verb or Adjective stem + Verb or Adjective and
Verb stem +

be (Verb)ing

(ESSENTIAL VOCABULARY)

today

people

age
age counting unit (years)
very

a little bit
black

blond
hair
mustache

pretty

thin and [Lit. has become thin and]


average; normal(ly)

fat

tall

short and

handsome and

tall and

as well

wearing glasses and

Whom am I going to meet?

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topic particles

+{/}

Pure-Korean numbers up to 61
You are working for a tour agency. One of your duties is to meet people
from overseas at the airport. Your boss is describing four people whom you
are going to meet today. Identify which is which by writing down the letter
of the picture which corresponds to each dialogue. Ready? Listen!
1.

2.

3.

4.

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Describing with Modifying Adjective Endings:


+{/}
You can modify a noun by placing an adjective (descriptive word) in front, as
in the English interesting film and small bag. The modified noun can be
the subject or object of a sentence. For example:

. I saw an interesting film yesterday.


Adjective Stem + {/}

Noun

Rules:
a) If the descriptive word stem ends in a vowel: +
+

cheap

big

expensive

pretty

clean

crowded; complicated

strong

weak

b) If it ends in a consonant (except

c) If it ends with

): +
small

fine

: drop

light

heavy

cute
hot(spicy)

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hot(temperature)

cold

d) If it ends with /: +

interesting

boring

delicious

bad tasting

Examples:
(1) A:

Its a bit big.

Dont you have a smaller one?

How about this one

B:

A:
B:

How about this one then?

Its a bit heavy.

Dont you have a lighter one?

(* The word

is a shortened form of [+(topic

particle)]. A is contrasting two things, so the topic particle +{/}


needs to be used for the second one).
(2) A:

B:

drop +(modifying adj. ending)])

(3) A:

?
,

(4) A:

Do you like Korean food?


Yes, I do.

B:

She is my younger sister.

(*[

B:

? Who is the longhaired woman?

Except too spicy food.

? Which bag is Young-mis?

The big travel bag over there.

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(5) A:
B:

Its cold today.

Its best to have a hot coffee on a

(6) A:

cold day like today, isnt it?

Shall we go see a movie today?

B:

Are there any interesting movies


on at the moment?

(7) A:
B:

What type of man do you like?

.*

Lets see. A handsome and smart

man with a good sense of humour.

(*When two or more descriptive words are used together before a noun,
+{/} is attached to the last descriptive word and the other ones are
linked with +:
(8) A:
B:

.)

What is your ideal girl?


A good-natured and cute-acting
girl.

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Task 4: Word Check


Describe the words in the right column using the adjectives given below. Try
to use as many adjectives as you can. The first one is done for you.
a.

b.

c.

d.

e.

f.

g.

h.

i.

j.

1.

2.

k.

l.

3.
4.

5.
6.
7.
8.

9.

10.

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Vocabulary: Describing People (2)


(with Modifying Adjective Endings)
Appearances (

(girl with black hair)

(girl with long hair)

(girl with short hair)

(blonde girl)

(pretty girl)

(person with a moustache)

(girl with pretty eyes)


(good-looking guy)

(slim girl)

(thin guy)

(fat person)

()

()

(tall girl)

()

()

(short guy)

()

or (average height person)

(sexy guy)

(well-built guy)

(pure and innocent image)

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petite figure

Personality (

(talkative person)

(person that doesnt talk


much)

(genuine style)

()

()

(dependable guy)
(girl that acts cute)

(lively personality)

(caring personality)

(intelligent student)

(good-natured guy)

(humorous guy)

(capable/competent girl)
(romantic guy)

(king card)

(queen card)

University students criteria for the ideal man or woman


:
:

),

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Task 5: Word Check


Below is a list of Korean celebrities with a description of their ideal type.
Translate the description into English. The first one is done for you.
1.

(friend-like girl)
2.

3.

4.

5.

6.

7.

8.

9.

10.

Vocabulary

heart; mind
hip hop

understanding

double eyelids
comfortable

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Task 6: Roleplay / ?
You are doing survey on what type of a man or women the opposite sex likes
in the 21st century. Move around the class and ask your classmates.

APPEARANCES
1.

(tall) /

2.
3.

PERSONALITY
1.

(caring) /

(short)

2.

(talkative)

(sexy)

3.

(quiet)

(slim)

4.

(strong)

5.

(genuine)

(cute)

6.

(intelligent)

7.

(long hair)

7.

(humorous)

8.

(short hair)

8.

(lively)

9.

(capable)

4.

5.
6.

9.

(pretty)

(nice; good natured)

10.

(handsome)

10.

11.

(pure and innocent)

11.

(romantic/has
an air about him/her)

12.

12.

(rich)

A: /

B:

(cute acting)

(easy-going)

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Task 7: Listening
(VOCABULARY)

tall

petite

sexy

slim

strong

genuine

long hair

straight hair

short hair

intelligent

caring

handsome

pure and innocent

humorous

pretty

has pretty eyes

dependable

kind-hearted
friend-like

cute-acting

romantic

understanding

You will hear two dialogues in which people are talking about their ideal
girl and boy. Write the three characteristics that each uses to describe their
ideal in English.
(Dialogue) 1

(Dialogue) 2

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Situation Dialogue 3
Amanda is buying sneakers in a shoe shop.
:

? ?

:
:

Vocabulary
?

[ look for+(honorific present tense ending)]


looking for
[ look for+(soft sentence ending)]

looking for
size

Would you mind telling me ...?


[phrase for asking strangers personal questions]

wear+ try] try on (shoes)

[ this+ one+(topic particle)] this one

How is it?

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small+(soft sentence ending)]

a bit small

[ more

big+ thing] bigger one

Do you like it? (honorific)


[

okay+

(exclamatory ending)] okay

[ this one + one of A] one of this; a pair of these


* is a variation of .

wrap +

for you + shall]

Shall I wrap (it) for you?

wrap + please (for me)] please wrap it

Romanisation and Translation


Shop assistant: Mwo chajeuseyo?

What are you looking for?

Amanda:

Im looking for some

Undonghwa channeundeyo.

sneakers.
Shop assistant: Saijeuga eotteoke doeseyo?

Whats your size?

Amanda:

Im not sure.

Jal moreugesseoyo.

Shop assistant: Geureom igeo hanbeon

Amanda:

Then try these on.

sineo boseyo. Eotteoseyo?

How are they?

Jom jageundeyo.

They are a bit small.

Deo keun geo eopseoyo?

Do (Lit. Dont) you have


anything bigger?

Shop assistant: Keun geoyo?

Bigger?

Igeon eotteoseyo?

How about these?

Maeume deuseyo?

Do you like them?

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Amanda:

Ne, gwaenchanneyo.

Shop assistant: Geureom igeollo

Amanda:

Yes, theyre okay.


Would you like to take a pair

hasigesseoyo?

of these then?

Ne, igeollo ssa juseyo.

Yes, Ill take this pair, please.


(Lit. Yes, please package
these for me.)

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Soft Sentence Endings: +{/}


The ending +{/} softens the sentence, making it more polite. The
use of +{/} with adjectives is particularly common. For example,
when you ask the price of something at a market stall and think its a bit
expensive, you may say

. It is grammatically correct to say

, which has exactly the same English meaning, however, using the

softer form,

, shows you have some concern for their feelings and

you are not trying to be rude. (Also, it softens potential bluntness in negative
comments.) Thus, by using this form you are more likely to successfully
negotiate a lower price. On the other hand, if you think that the stall holders
price is unreasonable and you are not interested in buying, you could drop the
softened ending and say

Using the +(/) form with adjectives is a direct or objective way of


describing something. It is safe to use it if you are complimenting someone or
making a positive statement about something. For example:
(This book is interesting). But if there could be a negative
connotation, a Korean would soften it:

(This book is

a bit boring). In English you would get the same effect by using a certain tone
of voice or hesitating mid-sentence, or adding the words a bit to the
description (The Korean soft ending form is often used in combination with
the word

, which means a (little) bit).

1) Present tense rules:


Adjective Stem

+{/}

Verb Stem

Noun

+{

/}

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a) After an adjective stem:


If it ends in a vowel: +
A:
B:

Are you busy today?

Im afraid I am busy today.

If it ends in a consonant (except


A:
B:

Its a bit small.

A:
B:

How would you like this one?

If it ends with

: drop +
Its hot, isnt it?

?
,

): +

Yes, a little bit.

If it ends with /: +
A:
B:

This movie is interesting, isnt it?


Um

its not that interesting for me.

b) After a verb stem: +

You speak Korean well.

c) After a noun:
If it ends in a vowel: + (applied only in colloquial speech.
Otherwise, use +
A: ,
B:

.)
?

Speaking.

If it ends in a consonant: +
A:
B:

Hello, is Michael there?

?
.

?.

Who is that (person over there)?


Its my younger sister/brother. Why
(do you ask)?

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Examples:
(1)

A:
B:

Is that Korea university?

. No, youve got the wrong


number.

(2)

A:
B:

Well... I dont really fancy it.

(*
(3)

How would you like this one?

*.

+)

A:

What are you doing at the

moment?
B:
(4)

A:

B:
(5)

I have a favour to ask.


Can you help me, please?
What is it?

A:

Nothing.

Dont you have a present for


me?

B:
(6)

A:

B: ,

(7)

A present? No.

? .

A:

B:

Oh, sorry (Lit: What do do)! Im

Are you free at the moment?

afraid I have to go to the library.


You havent had lunch yet, have
you? Lets have pizza.

.
.

Umm Ive already eaten,


actually.

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2) Past tense rules:
Verb or Adjective Stem

+(/)

Noun

+{/

a) After a verb or adjective stem:


If the last vowel is
A: ?

or

Oh, its raining. I didnt bring an

B:

: +

umbrella.
Dont worry. I have one.

If the last vowel of the verb stem is not


A:
B:

Im afraid I have.

If it ends with
A:

: drop +
The exam was hard, wasnt it?

B: ,

: +

You havent had dinner, have you?

or

Nope, it was easy.

b) After a noun:
If it ends in a vowel: +
A:

Today is Young-mis birthday, isnt


it?

B: ,

No, it was yesterday.

If it ends in a consonant: +
A:

B:

I have brought an application.

. The deadline was yesterday


(unfortunately).

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Examples:
(1)

A:

Excuse me, I suppose you havent


eaten dinner yet?

B:

No, I havent

A:

I bought sushi.

B:
(2)

(3)

(4)

. Oh my, my favourite.

A:

Do you have milk?

B:

Weve run out of it (Im afraid).

A:

Did our team win?

B: ,

No, we lost.

A:

Have you finished the assignment?

B: ,

No, not yet.

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Task 8: Roleplay
A:

You are a discerning shopper looking for a bag. Using the soft ending
+{/}, reject each of the bags with one of the reasons provided
below.

B:

You are a shop assistant in a bag shop dealing with quite a fussy
customer. The customer will reject all the bags you show them. Write
down the letters of the reasons in the blanks.

REASONS:
a.

d.

b.

e.

f.

c.
1.

2.

]
:

. ?

3.

, .

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Making a Suggestion: +(/) Try ...ing


When you want to suggest that someone should try doing something, use the
form:
Verb Stem

+(/)

(Casual)

Verb Stem

+(/)

Verb Stem

+(/)

(Polite)
(Honorific)

This form literally implies that you do something and then see ( /

) what the outcome is.


If you already know the casual present tense form of a verb, it is very easy to
create this form. Just add

or to the casual present tense form:

Have a read

Have a listen

Try this (food)

Try these (glasses) on

Try these (gloves) on

Try this (tie or belt) on

Rules:
a) If the last vowel of the verb stem is

or

: +

Try sitting down here.

( When we want to speak to someone, we might say:


Sit down here for a moment (and Ill tell you something).)

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b) If the last vowel is not

or

: +

Try this (clothing) on.

c) If the verb stem ends in : changes to

Have a think about it.

Examples:
(1)

It is fun.

.
(2)

Try skydiving.

Meet him/her (and see how it turns


out).

(3)

Go ahead and talk.

(4) A:

B:

You havent seen my bag?

Go over there and try to find it.

This is a new beer. (Lit: newly

(5)

released, newly come out).


Try it and see if you like it.

(6)

Try these on. (for shoes or socks)

Note: This form does not always mean try, but suggests that the person will
experience something new or have gained new information/experience after
the action.

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Task 9: Word Check


Read the following list of expressions for offering services.
a.

f.

b.

g.

c.

h.

d.

i.

e.

Write down an appropriate expression to follow each of the sentences below.


The first one is done for you.

1.

2.

3.

4.

(gloves)

5.

6.

7.

8.

MP3

9.

(comfortable).

(trendy).
.

.
(classy).

(sound quality) .
(novel)

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Task 10: Roleplay

A: You are a shop assistant in the shops below. Ask the customer what s/he
is looking for and suggest they try it.
B: You are the customer.

Shop

Items

Shop
pants

boots

skirt

Items

leather

shoes
bread

beverage

desk

glasses

MP3

sunglasses

gloves
neck-tie

B:

A:

] .

? [
].

player

comic

]
?

MP3

novel

belt

A:

chair

fruit

sofa

(comfortable) ].

magazine

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Task 11: Listening


(VOCABULARY)

[this+

formal expression of

side+in] over here

[ newly

released thing+(soft sentence

ending)] This is a new model


sound quality
[ listen+ try] have a listen

[good+

(exclamatory ending)] good

expensive +(soft sentence ending)]

expensive
[ cheap +(modifying adjective ending) thing]

cheaper one

okay+

(exclamatory ending)] all right

light+and] light and

[very

stylish+(soft sentence

ending)] stylish

Would you like one of this?

Ill take it.

[buy+ for you+will] Ill buy (it) for you

birthday present
[

okay +(soft sentence ending)]

You dont have to.


[ really buy+ for you+

want to+

because] I really want to buy it for you.


[well

use+will] Thanks. (Lit. Ill make a

good use out of it.)

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Do you want it gift-wrapped?

.
,

gift

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wrap+ ?shall I]

wrap+ please] Could you wrap it?

No, its all right.


Give it to me as is.

You will hear a dialogue between Minseo (female), Jihun (male) and an
electronic shop assistant. Answer the following questions in English.
1. Who is making the purchase?

2. What is it being bought?

3. What did the shop assistant say about the new model?

4. Why was the new model declined?

5. What did Minseo and Jihun say about the second one shown to them?
Minseo:

Jihun:

6. Who is paying? Why?

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Task 12: Reading Comprehension


Susan is writing an email to her friend in Korea about her recent trip to Phillip
Island.
:

(Philip Island)

(Melbourne)

. 30

.
.

.
.

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Vocabulary
addressee
subject; topic
animal
these days

news+(subject particle) there is no+() so]

I havent heard from you (Lit: there hasnt been any news)
[

curious +(casual present tense ending)]

wonder about

take+(connector for adding extra information)] takes

[ see+ to go+(casual past tense ending)] went to see


height
about

[ world+ in] in the world

the most

small+(modifying adjective ending)] small

night+ at+ only] only at night

seashore

[ come out + because] because (they) come out


[ see+

can] can see

tourist
among

famous+ so] famous so

[ know+ I guess ] I guess youll know

brown
jump
grey

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[ be+(connector for adding extra information)] is and

tree

slow+ and] slow and

[ sleep+ +(past progressive tense ending)]


was sleeping

feel sleepy+(casual present tense ending)]sleepy

Comprehension Questions (Answer in Korean.)


1.

Why was Susan curious?

2.

How far away from Melbourne is Philip Island?

3.

Who did she go with and why?

4.

How big are the penguins there?

5.

How does Susan describe Kangaroos?

6.

How does she describe Koalas?

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?

Unit Focus:
Describing People, Animals and Things (II)

o Vocabulary: Colour Terms


o Describing with Modifying Verb Endings

Past Tense:

Verb Stem +{/}

Present Tense:

Verb Stem +

Future Tense:

Verb Stem +{/}

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Situation Dialogue 1
Amanda is at a lost property office asking if her bag has been handed in.
,

:
:

, ?

,
,

:
:

Vocabulary
[

item ] lost item

bag

lost

lose+(past tense soft ending)]

(I) have lost


?

[ what kind thing is?]


What kind of (bag) is it?

[ black

colour] black

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leather

this (one) (colloquial form of


[

that one + than] (more) than that


worn +(past tense ending)] aged/worn

[ this +() ? (question ending could it be)]


Is this it? (Lit. Could this be it?)
[

right; correct +(present tense ending)] (Thats)

right
AB

[A+{/}(subject particle) B

inside

contained]
(A) is inside (B)
[ electronic

dictionary] electronic dictionary

right; correct + (exclamatory ending)] Thats

right!

sign+ please] please sign

Romanisation and Translation


Amanda:

Jeo, gabangeul

Ive lost my bag.

ireobeoryeonneundeyo.
Receptionist:

Eotteon geoyeyo?

What kind of bag is it?

Amanda:

Kkaman saek gajuk

Its a black leather bag.

gabangindeyo.
Receptionist:

Igeoyeyo?

Is it this one?

Amanda:

Aniyo, geugeotboda jom

No, its a bit bigger than that.

keoyo.

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Receptionist:

Geureomyeon, ieogeoyeyo?

Then, is this one yours?

Amanda:

Aniyo, geugeotboda jom

No, it's a bit more worn out

nalgasseoyo.

than that. (Lit. No, it has aged


a bit more than that.)

Receptionist:

Geureomyeon, igeongayo?

Then, is this yours?

Amanda:

Ne, majayo.

Yes, thats the right one.

Receptionist:

Ane mwoga deureo isseoyo? Can you tell me whats


inside? (Lit. What is inside?)

Amanda:

Receptionist:

Hangugeo chaekago

Theres a Korean textbook

jeonjasajeoniyo.

and an electronic dictionary.

A! Ne, manneyo.

Yes! Thats right.

Yeogi itseumnida.

Here you are.

Geurigo yeogi sainhae

And could you please sign

juseyo.

here.

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Vocabulary: Colour Terms


colour

white

black
red

blue
yellow
green

/
2

/
/

pink
orange
grey

brown

purple

violet
gold

silver

rainbow (

Note 1:

, ,

, ,

(indigo), )

is also used sometimes to describe the colour green. In

ancient Korean there were only five pure colour words, so


was used to denote both blue and green.
Note 2:

Younger people tend to use

rather than

an old fashioned connotation.


Note 3:

literally means chestnut colour.

, which has

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Task 1: Word Check


Match these colours with their English equivalents below. The first one is
done for you.
a.

g.

b.

h.

c.

i.

d.

j.

k.

l.

e.

f.

1.

white

2.

black

3.

red

4.

yellow

5.

blue

6.

green

7.

brown

8.

grey

9.

pink

10. orange
11. violet
12. purple

/
/

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Task 2: Roleplay
A:

Choose an item from the list below. You have left this on the bus so you
go to the lost property office to try and find it. Describe the lost item.

B:

You are working in the lost property office at the bus station. Refer to
the example dialogue.
ITEMS

1.

wallet/purse

5.

2.

bag

6.

3.

gloves

7.

4.

student card

8.

A:

, [ ]

B:

A:

B:

A:

B:
A:

] .

].

].

, ?
,

B:

A:

B:

.
?

A:

B:

. .

].

Visa card
mobile phone

sunglasses
umbrella

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Vocabulary

(I) have lost

What kind of (bag) is it?

black

leather

this (one)
(more) than that

aged/worn

()

(it is) a new one

smaller

bigger

darker

lighter

Is this it? (Lit. Could this be it?)


(thats) right

A{/} B

(A) is inside (B)


electronic dictionary

right!

/
(

mobile phone
(glasses) frame
folding umbrella

brand
big

small

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Task 3: Word Check


Match these items with their English equivalents. The first one is done for
you.
a.

e.

b.

f.

1. Visa card

c.

d.

g.

h.

2. bag
3. gloves
4. mobile phone
5. sunglasses
6. student card
7. umbrella
8. wallet/purse
Fill in the blanks with the words that would best complete each sentence.
There may be more than one correct answer.
1. ____________

2. ____________

3. ____________

(frame)

4. ____________

(folding one)?

5. ____________

6. ____________ ?
7.

(wool) ____________ , 2

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Task 4: Listening
(EXPONENT)

I have lost A

A+{/}

(ESSENTIAL VOCABULARY)

bag

umbrella

gloves

sunglasses

small

big

new one

frame

worn

bigger

big
leather

white

folding one

this (one)

black

red

yellow

blue

that's right

what sort of
a little bit

You will hear people describing things that they have lost. Identify the
correct item for each person and write down its letter. Ready? Listen!
1.

2.

3.

. blue

. yellow

. black (frame)

. red

. blue

. brown

4.
. white (frame)

. black

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Task 5: Reading Comprehension


This is a lost property form that Paul has filled out for something he lost on
the No. 2 subway line.

Paul Smith (

N0995000)

2009

16

(*resident registration number /

Comprehension Questions (Answer in Korean.)


1.

What did Paul lose?

2.

Where did he lose it?

3.

What colour was it?

4.

What was inside it?

passport)

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Situation Dialogue 2
Minjun asks his friend Hyeonu about some pretty girls that he doesnt know.
:

? ,

? .

Vocabulary
A

[A with] with A

[ talk+(modifying verb ending)

person]

the person talking


?

[ who+ is] Whos that?


[

glasses

wear+(modifying verb ending)]

wearing glasses

tall+(modifying adjective ending)

tall person
[

long +(modifying adj. ending)

skirt]

long skirt

[ skirt

wear+(modifying verb ending)

woman] the woman wearing the skirt


(Lit. the female who has put on a long skirt)
?

[ who+(soft ending)] Whos that?

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pretty+(soft ending)] pretty

is often pronounced

casual/non-standard version

, creating the
.)

Romanisation and Translation


Minjun:

Jeogi Polhago iyagihaneun

Whos person that talking to

saram nuguya?

Paul?

Hyeonu: Nugu?

Which one? (Lit. Who?)

Minjun:

The tall one, with glasses.

Angyeong kkin ki keun saram.

Hyeonu: A, Amanda dongsaengiya.

Ah, thats Amanda's younger


sister (Lit. younger sibling).

Minjun:

Geureom jeogi gin chima ibeun Then whos the girl over there
yeojaneun nugunde?

in the long skirt (Lit. who has


put the long skirt on)?

Hyeonu: Nugu? A, Sujan.

Minjun:

Who? Ah, Susan.

Pol yeoja chinguya.

Shes Pauls girlfriend.

Geurae? Yeppeunde.

Yeah? Shes pretty.

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Describing with Modifying Verb Endings


English has expressions like How was the movie (that) you saw yesterday?
In the equivalent Korean expression, the clause (in bold) goes in front of the
noun it modifies:

?.When we are using a verb in a

modifying phrase, it is necessary to take into account the tense of the verb:
Verb Stem

+{/}

(Past Tense)

Verb Stem

(Present Tense)

Verb Stem

+{/}

(Future Tense)

1) Past Tense: +{/}


a) If the verb stem ends in a vowel: +

met

saw

b) If it ends in a consonant: +
+

ate

read

has put on

is meeting

is watching

is eating

is reading

is putting on

2) Present Tense: +

is talking

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3) Future Tense: +{/}
a) If the verb stem ends in a vowel: +
will meet

will see

will live

b) If it ends in a consonant: +
+

will eat

will read

will put on

Examples:
(1a) movie
(1b) the movie we saw

(1c) the movie we saw yesterday

(1d) The movie we saw yesterday

was very boring.

(2a) person

(2b) the person talking

(2c) the person talking to Paul

(2d) The person talking to Paul

is my friend.

(3a) house
(3b) the house where we will live

(3c) That is the house where we will live.


(* is the shortened form of
Similarly, you can say (

*
(

+ subject particle ).

) this (one),

(one) and

) that

) which one.)

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A:

Whats the time now?

B:

Half past eight.

A: ,

.
.

Oh, theres a Korean film on


soon. (Lit. Oh, it will be time for
a Korean film.)
Switch on the TV.

(5)

A:
B:

A:

What side dish do you like?

I like all of them.

Which you like best (Lit. in


particular)?

B:

A:

Tteokbokki.

Then, is there anything you


dont like?

B:
(6)

A: ,

No, there isnt.

B: , 5

Hey, get up now (Lit. quickly).

Its time to go to school.

Augh let me sleep just five


more minutes.

(7)

A:

What kind of guy do you like?

?
B:

?
A:
(8)

Tall guys who dont lie.


What about you?

A:
.

I like guys that can cook well.


I need to talk to you (Lit. I have
something to say to you).
Can I meet you? (Lit. Lets meet
for a moment.)

B: .

All right.

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Task 6: Word Check


Match the list of expressions describing people with their English
equivalents. The first one is done for you.
a.
b.

c.

d.
e.

f.

g.

h.

i.

j.

1.

the man with glasses

2.

the woman wearing earrings

3.

the man drinking alcohol

4.

the woman wearing a long skirt

5.

the man with a moustache

6.

the man wearing shorts

7.

the woman dancing

8.

the person eating grapes

9.

the man wearing a suit

10. the person talking to Tom

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Task 7: Roleplay
A:

Suppose that you are at a friends party. There are some people who you
dont know well. Ask B their names by describing them.

B:

Suppose that you are at a friends party. You know all the people at the
party. Answer As questions.

1.

Sandy

5.

John

Monique 6.

3.

Martin

7.

Steve
Helena

A:

B:

A:
B:

2.

. (OR
.

4.

Paul

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Vocabulary
1.

long straight hair


short hair
curly hair
bald

2. [ ]

the woman wearing a skirt (

trousers

shorts

jeans
one-piece dress

suit
3. [

the person wearing glasses

ring

gloves
4. [ ]

the girl wearing earrings

necklace

bracelet
5. [ ]

6. [

the person wearing a hat

the man with moustache


beard
tattoo

7. [ ]

the person drinking water

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Task 8: Listening

(VOCABULARY)

the person wearing a skirt

shorts

jeans

black suit
curly hair
bald

the person talking


the person wearing glasses

You will hear the dialogue in which two people are describing four people:
Susan, John, Helena and Paul. Write down the names of these people on the
drawing of each person below which represents him or her best.

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Situation Dialogue 3
Minjun is asking Hyeonu whether he knows anyone who is interested in
working at a Korean restaurant.
:

...

, .

,
,

Vocabulary

serve+(modifying verb ending) ]

waiter(s) (Lit. person who will serve customers)

[ look for; find +(connector for adding extra


information)] looking for

interest have] have interest (in)?

[ have+ but] I have, but

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[ part-time work look for; find +(modifying


verb ending) ] friends who are looking for
part-time work

[ investigate/inquire about +?shall I]

shall I ask around?


Could you (do that for me)?

(Lit. Do you wanna do that for me?)

[ there is+(exclamatory ending)] there is; have

[ know+?(tag question ending)] (you) know,


right?

Japanese

ending)

study+(modifying verb

young person; child] the guy or girl who

studies Japanese
he/she (casual) [Note.

is a shortened form of

(that guy or girl) and cannot be used to refer to


someone who is older/more senior to you.]

Korean do+ because]

since/because/considering she speaks Korean

(Its/Thats) great!

[ ask + do for me +(casual ending)]

Please ask (her/him) (for me)

Romanisation and Translation


Minjun:

Hanguk sikdangeseo seobinghal

Theyre looking for waiters for

saram channeunde neo gwansim

a Korean restaurant. Would

isseo?

you be interested?
(Lit. Are you interested?)

Hyeonu:

Gwansimeun inneunde sigani


eopseo.

Yeah, but I dont have time.

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Minjun:
Hyeonu:

Geureom alba channeun chingu

Are any of your friends

eopseo?

looking for a job, then?

Geulsse... naega ara bolkka?

Well I can ask around.


(Lit. Shall I ask around?)

Minjun:

Geurae jullae?

Could you?

Hyeonu:

A, itda.

Ah, theres one!

Minjun:

Nugu?

Who?

Hyeonu:

Neo Sujan alji?

You know Susan, dont you?

Hangugeohago ilboneo

The girl who studies Korean

gongbuhaneun ae.

and Japanese.

A, Sujan.

Oh, Susan!

Geurae, gyae hangugeo hanikka

Yeah, thats great, cos she

jal dwaetda. Geureom hanbeon

speaks Korean! Can you

mureo bwa jwo.

please ask her (Lit: Please ask

Minjun:

her for me)?

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Task 9: Roleplay

The class will be divided into groups. Using the first example dialogue, find
out who in your group has done, is doing, or will do the activities below.
Write the number of people for each activity in the appropriate cell. Use the
second dialogue to fill out the same details for another group.
[
A:

1]

? (polite) OR

? (casual)?

B:

. (polite) / . (casual)

2]

A:
B:

(2 people)./

.(all)/

Past Activities
1.

2.

3.

4.

5.

(recently)

6.

7.

.(no one)

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Present/Habitual Activities
8.

9.

10.

11.

100

12.

?
?

(contact lens)

13.

14.

Future Activities
15.

16.

17.

18.

19. ?
20.

(play)

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Task 10: Reading Comprehension


Susans Korean friend is arriving from overseas tomorrow. Susan had
originally agreed to meet her at the airport but something came up. She has
now arranged for someone else to go instead. The following is her email
explaining the situation and describing the person who will pick her friend up
at the airport.

!
!

(Lisa)

40

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Vocabulary
pick-up
How have you been? / How are you going?

arrival
... is ..., isnt it?

sorry+ but] I am sorry but


unable go out +(future)

probably/it

seems] probably wont be able to go


cold

[ seriously

get caught +(past tense)]

have a (serious)

but
[(

worry + dont)

] dont worry

instead

[ go out+ be going to; will be ing] will be


going (to meet you)

+{}

[ is+ and] is and (When a noun ends in a vowel, +


is used, but + can be used instead for emphasis.)
blonde
coat
[

wear+ and ] wear and

crowded+ because] crowded, so

()

international flights

arrive+(modifying verb ending)

place]

arrival place

wait + be going to; will be ing] will be

waiting

similarly

look+ because] look

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immediately

similar, so

[ recognise + be going to] will be able to


recognise

Comprehension Questions (Answer in Korean.)


1.

Why cant Susan pick Min-A up from the airport?

2.

Who will pick Min-A up instead? What is her name and age?

3.

What does the person that will pick up Min-A look like?

4.

Where will Min-A meet her?

5.

Will Min-A recognise her easily? Why?

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Unit 11, Task 1


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Unit 11, Task 4


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Unit 12, Task 7


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(Dialogue) 8
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,

(Dialogue) 9
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(Dialogue) 11
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(Dialogue) 12
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(Dialogue) 3
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(Dialogue) 4
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Unit 13, Task 3


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(Dialogue) 4
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(Dialogue) 6
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(Dialogue) 7
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(Dialogue) 8
A:

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(Dialogue) 9
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(Dialogue) 10

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Unit 13, Task 7


:

: Our House
:
:

:
:
:

?
.

The Burden of Proof

: Cold Steel The Simpsons


:

: Cold Steel

?
.

The Simpsons

Unit 14, Task 2


(Dialogue) 1

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(Dialogue) 2

(Dialogue) 3

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Unit 14, Task 3


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B:

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A : ?
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(Dialogue) 8
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(Dialogue) 9
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B:

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(Dialogue) 10

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B:

A : ?
B:

Unit 14, Task 7


(Dialogue) 1
A:
B:

A:

B : Jurassic Park

A : Jurassic Park

Jurassic Park The Piano .

(Dialogue) 2
A : ?
B:

A : .
B:

A:

(Dialogue) 3
A : ?
B:

A:

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(Dialogue) 4
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A:

Unit 14, Task 10


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Unit 15, Task 2


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B:

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(Dialogue) 3
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(Dialogue) 4
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.

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(Dialogue) 6
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A:

Unit 15, Task 5


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B :

(Dialogue) 3
A :

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(Dialogue) 4
A :

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(Dialogue) 6
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(Dialogue) 7
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(Dialogue) 8
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Unit 16, Task 2


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Unit 16, Task 3


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Unit 16, Task 5


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Unit 16, Task 6


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Unit 17, Task 12


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Unit 18, Task 4


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Unit 18, Task 7


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Unit 18, Task 12


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Unit 19, Task 3


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KOREAN EDITING SYMBOLS & HANDWRITING SHEET

Korean Editing Symbols


Symbols
or
or

Meaning

Example

Add a space

or

Delete a space

or

Delete

or

Insert

or

Replace

or

Replace

Change word
order
Cannot
understand

or

Surname:

Given Names:

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of

240 blocks

) words on this page

Korean Keyboard Layout