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TTMIK Workbook Level 1 Lesson 1~ 10

TTMIK Workbook Level 1 Lesson 1~ 10

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This WORKBOOK has been made to help you reinforce what you have learned from our lessons number 1 through 10 in Level 1 at TalkToMeInKorean.com. Inside the workbook, we have questions that will help you review what you have learned in our lessons 1 through 10.
This WORKBOOK has been made to help you reinforce what you have learned from our lessons number 1 through 10 in Level 1 at TalkToMeInKorean.com. Inside the workbook, we have questions that will help you review what you have learned in our lessons 1 through 10.

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TalkToMeInKorean.com
Workbookfor Level 1 Lessons 1 - 10
Thank you for studying with us at TalkToMeInKorean.com. This PDF workbook has been built to help
you reinforce what you have learned from the rst ten lessons (Lesson 1 - Lesson 10) of Level 1 at Talk-
ToMeInKorean. If you have any questions or feedback, please feel free to write to us!
Level 1 Lesson 1
Please answer the following questions. The answers are on the next page.
1. What is the most commonly used greeting in Korean, when you want to say “Hello,” “Goodmorning,” “Good afternoon,” or “Hi” to someone?
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2. How do you say “Thank you” in polite and formal Korean?
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3. What is the term for referring to the polite and formal language in Korean?a. [jan-so-ri] b. [jon-daet-mal] c. [han-gu-geo] d. [an-nyeong]
Thank you
for downloading this workbook fromTalkToMeInKorean.com. This
WORKBOOK 
 has been made to help you reinforce what you have learned from our lessons number 1 through10 in Level 1 at TalkToMeInKorean.com. The audio file for ALL of the Korean sentences that ap-pear in this workbook is also available for download.The
STORE
section of the site will open very soon and you will be able to browse through andpurchase some really interesting Korean learning material,
BUT
even when we start running thestore, we want to try our best to keep the prices of the products sold in the
TTMIK STORE
verylow and reasonable so that MORE people can enjoy learning without spending too much money.One way you can help us make it possible to keep providing great learning material at inexpen-sive costs is to make
donations
. It doesn’t have to be a lot of money, or you don’t have to if you don’t want to, or can’t afford to at the moment. But any small donation you make will be anenormous amount help in keeping all our regular lessons completely FREE and our store prod-ucts very inexpensive.Thank you once again.
감사합니다
! We hope you will keep enjoy learning with us and don’t for-get that all of our regular lessons will be free of charge forever, so help us spread the word!
 
TalkToMeInKorean.com
Workbookfor Level 1 Lessons 1 - 10
Thank you for studying with us at TalkToMeInKorean.com. This PDF workbook has been built to help
you reinforce what you have learned from the rst ten lessons (Lesson 1 - Lesson 10) of Level 1 at Talk-
ToMeInKorean. If you have any questions or feedback, please feel free to write to us!
Answers for Level 1 Lesson 1
1. 안녕하세요. [an-nyeong-ha-se-yo]2. 감사합니다. [gam-sa-ham-ni-da]
3. b [jon-daet-mal]
Level 1 Lesson 2
Please answer the following questions. The answers are on the next page.
1. Basically, how do you say “Yes” in polite formal Korean?
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2. Basically, how do you say “No” in polite formal Korean?
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3. What is the difference between the Korean “Yes” and “No” and the English “Yes” and “No”?a. The Korean “Yes” and “No” are stronger than the English “Yes” and “No.”b. The Korean “Yes” and “No” express your agreement or disagreement to what the otherperson said, rather than expressing whether the fact itself is true or not.c. In Korean, there is no “No” but there is only “Yes.”4. How do you say “That’s right” in polite formal Korean?
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TalkToMeInKorean.com
Workbookfor Level 1 Lessons 1 - 10
Thank you for studying with us at TalkToMeInKorean.com. This PDF workbook has been built to help
you reinforce what you have learned from the rst ten lessons (Lesson 1 - Lesson 10) of Level 1 at Talk-
ToMeInKorean. If you have any questions or feedback, please feel free to write to us!
Answers for Level 1 Lesson 2
1. 네. [ne]2. 아니요. [a-ni-yo]
3. b
4. 맞아요. [ma-ja-yo]
Level 1 Lesson 3
Please answer the following questions. The answers are on the next page.
1. If you are leaving a place and the others are staying, how do you say “Goodbye” in politeformal Korean? The literal translation of this expression is “Please stay in peace.”
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2. If you are the one staying and the others are leaving the place, how do you say “Goodbye”in polite formal Korean? The literal translation of this expression is “Please go in peace.”
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3. If both you and the other person are leaving the place you are in now, and no one is stay-ing, what do you say to the other person to say “Goodbye” in polite formal Korean?
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