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Click a topic below to see the grammar goals and conversational goals for each chapter.

  • Greetings, Gratitudes, and Goodbyes


    Greetings, Gratitudes, and Goodbyes

    • Express Gratitude
    • Greet People
    • Make Small Talk with Strangers
    • Say Goodbye
    • Learn to Form Negative Statements
    • Learn to Form Simple Questions
  • Do you speak English well?


    Do you speak English well?

    • Ask / Tell If Someone Speaks a Language
    • Ask / Tell Where Someone is From
    • Get Someone's Attention
    • Learn Basic Adverbs and How to Use Them
    • Learn How to Apologize and How to Respond to Apologies
    • Learn How to Say "Can"
    • Learn How to Say "Can't"
  • Names and Introductions


    Names and Introductions

    • Ask Someone's Name
    • Introduce Yourself and Others
    • Recognize Common Korean Names
    • Respond to Introductions
    • Say that You Are Not Someone or Something
    • Learn Basic Sentence Formation
    • Learn the Structure of Negation 아니에요
    • Learn to Form Questions with
    • Use the 1st Person Pronouns and
  • Getting Around


    Getting Around

    • Ask for Directions
    • Get Help Finding Places Using a Map
    • Identify Important Places and Facilities around Town
    • Understand Directions as They are Given to You
    • Form Questions Using "Where" 어디
    • Learn to Refer to Location Using
    • Talk about Location Using 있어요
  • Shopping and Payment


    Shopping and Payment

    • Count up to 100,000
    • Deal with Korean Currency
    • Negotiate Basic Transactions at Stores
    • Learn the Count Markers , and
    • Learn the Pure-Korean and Sino-Korean Number Systems
    • Use the Humble Form of "to give"
    • Use the Verb 있다 for Possession
  • Drinks and Dining


    Drinks and Dining

    • Gain Insight of the Korean Food Culture
    • Order Drinks and Meals
    • Understand Common Phrases Used at Restaurants
    • Be Introduced to the Honorific Marker
    • Be Introduced to the Suffix
    • Be Introduced to the Suffix 으세요
    • Learn the Interrogative Quantifier
    • Use the Conjuction Word 하고
  • Numbers and Currency


    Numbers and Currency

    • Ask/Tell Whether One Can Use Something
    • Deal with Large Numbers
    • Handle Korean Currency with Ease
    • Ride a Taxi and Pay the Fare
    • Learn Verb Negation Using
    • Learn 밖에 in Combination With 없어요 to Mean "No More Than"
    • Talk About Completion of an Action Using the Adverb
    • Use Formal Ending ㅂ니다/습니다
    • Use the Directional Suffix (으)로
  • Getting Help


    Getting Help

    • Accept / Decline Help
    • Ask for/ Offer Help
    • Ask/ Tell What Trouble One Is In
    • Gain Knowledge of Emergency Services in Korea
    • Learn to Say "Shall I" Using (으)ㄹ까요
    • Learn to Talk about Approximate Time
    • Use the Speculation and Future Tense Suffix 을 거예요
    • Use the Verb Ending 아/어야 돼요 to Indicate Obligation
  • What Does it Mean?


    What Does it Mean?

    • Ask/Answer What a Word or Phrase Means
    • Ask/Answer What a Written Word or Phrase Says
    • Express Gratitude for a Past Deed
    • Request to Repeat, Slow Down, or Speak Up
    • Learn the Attributive Form (이)라는
    • Learn the Interrogative Phrase 무슨
    • Ue the Verb Ending -면 안돼요 to Indicate Something is Prohibited
    • Use the Quotation Marker (이)라고
    • Use the Verb Ending 아/어서 to Indicate Cause and Result
  • Please Speak in Korean


    Please Speak in Korean

    • Ask/Tell How One's Performance Is
    • Ask/Tell What Something Is
    • Give/Respond to a Compliment
    • Tell Someone that You Are Learning Something
    • Learn the Present Progressive with -고 있다
    • Practice the Obligation Suffix -어 / 아야 돼요
    • Use the Conjunctions 그리고 and -고
    • Use the Verb Ending -네요 to Express a Compliment
    • Use 어때요 to Request Opinions