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TTMIK Workbook Level 1 Lesson 11~ 20

TTMIK Workbook Level 1 Lesson 11~ 20

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안녕하세요! We are back with the workbook files for Level 1 Lessons 11-20! First open the PDF file available in the sidebar, and then try answering the questions yourself, and check the correct answers at the end of the PDF file. And then also listen to the audio file to check the correct answers and also the correct pronunciation of the words and phrases that are used in the PDF.
안녕하세요! We are back with the workbook files for Level 1 Lessons 11-20! First open the PDF file available in the sidebar, and then try answering the questions yourself, and check the correct answers at the end of the PDF file. And then also listen to the audio file to check the correct answers and also the correct pronunciation of the words and phrases that are used in the PDF.

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TalkToMeInKorean.com
Workbookfor Level 1 Lessons 11 - 20
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 11
Please answer the following questions. The answers are on the last page of this PDF.
1. In Korean, 커피 [keo-pi] is coffee. How do you say
“Do you have coffee?”
in Korean?
( )
2. How do you say
“Don’t you have coffee? / You don’t have coffee?”
in Korean?
( )
3. How do you say
“Give me some milk, please.”
in Korean?
( )
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 11 to 20in Level 1 at TalkToMeInKorean.com. The audio files for ALL of the Korean sentences that appearin this workbook are also available for download.As you know all our regular lessons are free of charge and will stay that way. And for the prod-ucts on sale in the Store section of the site, we want to try our best to keep their prices very lowand reasonable so that MORE people can enjoy learning without spending too much money. Oneway you can help us make it possible to keep providing great learning material at inexpensivecosts is to make
donations
. It doesn’t have to be a lot, or you don’t even have to if you don’twant to or can’t afford to at the moment. But any small donation you make will be an enormousamount help in keeping all our regular lessons completely FREE and our store products very in-expensive.Thank you once again.
감사합니다
! We hope you will keep enjoy learning with us and don’t for-get that all our regular lessons will be free of charge forever, so help us spread the word!
 
TalkToMeInKorean.com
Workbookfor Level 1 Lessons 11 - 20
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 12
Please answer the following questions. The answers are on the last page of this PDF.
1. How do you say
“taste”
in Korean?
( )
2. Your friend invites you to dinner and cooks for you and the food is really good!How do you say
“It’s tasty. / It’s delicious.”
in Korean?a. 맛있어요. [ma-si-sseo-yo]b. 맛없어요. [ma-deop-seo-yo]c. 죄송해요. [joe-song-hae-yo]
3. Y
ou have finished your meal, and the food was great. So you want to thank your friendfor the meal. The phrase you can say literally means “I have eaten well.” but it really means
“Thank you for the food.”
How do you say that in Korean?
( )
Level 1 Lesson 13
Please answer the following questions. The answers are on the last page of this PDF.
1. There are a lot of delicious foods in Korea. So it’s hard to choose just one dish for lunch.You might want to just take the same thing as your friend does. In that case, how do you say
“What do you want to eat?”
in Korean?
( )
 
TalkToMeInKorean.com
Workbookfor Level 1 Lessons 11 - 20
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!
Match words and sentences which are related to each other.
2.
 
영화
[yeong-hwa] (movie)
 
a.
 
먹고 싶어요.
[meok-go si-peo-yo]
 
3.
 
여행
 
[yeo-haeng] (trip)
 
b.
 
보고 싶어요.
[bo-go si-peo-yo]
4.
 
피자
[pi-ja] (pizza)
 
c.
 
가고 싶어요.
[ga-go si-peo-yo]
Level 1 Lesson 14
Please fill in the blanks to make the Korean sentneces and the English sentences have thesame meaning. The answers are on the last page of this PDF.
A :
이거
1.
( )
 
싶어요.
= I want to read this.
B :
이거요?
= This one?
A :
네.
= Yeah.
 
B :
이거
 
2.
( )
예요?
= What is this?
A :
이거
3.
( )
이에요.
 
= This is a book.

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