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Workbook for Level 1 Lessons 11 - 20
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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?

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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?

(

)
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Workbook for Level 1 Lessons 11 - 20
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?

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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. You have finished your meal, and the food was great. So you want to thank your friend for 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?

(

)
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Workbook for Level 1 Lessons 11 - 20
Match words and sentences which are related to each other.

2.

영화 여행 피자

[yeong-hwa] (movie)

a.

먹고 싶어요. 보고 싶어요. 가고 싶어요.

[meok-go si-peo-yo]

3.

[yeo-haeng] (trip)

b.

[bo-go si-peo-yo]

4.

[pi-ja] (pizza)

c.

[ga-go si-peo-yo]

Level 1 Lesson 14
Please fill in the blanks to make the Korean sentneces and the English sentences have the same meaning. The answers are on the last page of this PDF.

A:

이거

1.

(

) 싶어요.

= I want to read this.

B:

이거요? 네. 이거 2.( 이거
3.

= This one?

A:

= Yeah.

B:

)예요? )이에요.

= What is this?

A:

(

= This is a book.

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Workbook for Level 1 Lessons 11 - 20
Level 1 Lesson 15
Please answer the following questions. The answers are on the last page of this PDF.

Do you remember the

Sino-Korean numbers?

Do you still get confused about how to say years in Korean? Let’s practice!

1. How do you count from 1 through 10 using the sino-Korean number system?

(
rean?

) )
“\4,900” in Korean?

2. In what year were the Vancouver Winter Olympic Games held? How do you say that in Ko-

(
3. McDonald’s Big Mac meal set is \4,900 in Korea. How do you say

(
Level 1 Lesson 16
Please answer the following questions. The answers are on the last page of this PDF.

)

In order to conjugate a verb into the present tense, you take the verb stem, and add one of these endings:

아요 [a-yo], 어요 [eo-yo], 여요 [yeo-yo]

Which one of these three endings goes after withch verb stem?

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Workbook for Level 1 Lessons 11 - 20
1. If the verb stem’s last vowel is

ㅏ[a] or ㅗ [o], it is followed by (

).

2. Only one verb stem, which is

하 [ha], is followed by (

). ( ).

3. If the last vowel is NOT ㅏ[a] or ㅗ [o], it is followed by

4. “To eat” is 먹다 [meok-da] in Korean. If you want to conjugate the verb 먹다 into the present tense, what does it become?

(
Level 1 Lesson 17

)

Please fill verb’s conjugations in the blanks. The answers are on the last page of this PDF. In order to conjugate a verb into the past tense, you take the verb stem, and add one of these endings:

았어요

[a-sseo-yo],

었어요 [eo-sseo-yo], 였어요 [yeo-sseo-yo]. Now,

please fill in the blanks below.

1.

팔다 [pal-da] = to sell
Present Tense: Past Tense:

(

)

팔았어요 [pa-ra-sseo-yo]

2.

이상하다 [i-sang-ha-da] = to be strange
Present Tense: Past Tense:

(

이상해요 [i-sang-hae-yo)

)

3.

기다리다 [gi-da-ri-da] = to wait
Present Tense:

기다려요 [gi-da-ryeo-yo]
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Past Tense:

( (

) )

4.

쓰다 [sseu-da] = to write, to use
썼어요 [sseo-sseo-yo]

Present Tense: Past Tense:

Level 1 Lesson 18
Please answer the following questions. The answers are on the last page of this PDF. 1. How do you say

“where” or “which place” in Korean?

(
There are location marking particles in Korean: 서 [e-seo] in its appropriate place. 2.

)
에 [e], 에서 [e-seo]. Please put 에 [e] or 에 집( 집( 집( ) 있어요. ) 뭐 해요? ) 일해요.

= I am at home. 3.

= What are you doing at home? 4.

= I work at home.

Level 1 Lesson 19
Please answer the following questions. The answers are on the last page of this PDF. “When” is

언제 [eon-je] in Korean. Let’s practice by using the word 언제 [eon-je].
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Workbook for Level 1 Lessons 11 - 20
“When did you do (it)?” in Korean?

1. How do you say

(
2. How do you say

)
“When do you get up?” in Korean?

(
3. How do you say

)
“When did you come?” in Korean?

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Level 1 Lesson 20
Please answer the following questions. The answers are on the last page of this PDF.

)

Do you also remember the

Native-Korean numbers?
3 = 셋 [set] 4 = 넷 [net] 5 = 다섯 [da-seot] 9 = 아홉 [a-hop] 10 = 열 [yeol]

1 = 하나 [ha-na]

2 = 둘 [dul]

6 = 여섯 [yeo-seot] 1. How do you say

7 = 일곱 [il-gop]

8 = 여덟 [yeo-deol]

“20” in the native-Korean numbers?

(
2. How do you say

)
“I am twenty years old.” in Korean?

(

)
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Workbook for Level 1 Lessons 11 - 20
3. How do you say

“I am twenty four years old.” in Korean?

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4. How do you say

)
“I am twenty five years old.” in Korean?

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5. How do you say

)
“I am twenty seven years old.” in Korean?

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6. How do you say

)
“I am twenty nine years old.” in Korean?

(
7. How do you say

)
“I am forty years old.” in Korean?

(

)

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Workbook for Level 1 Lessons 11 - 20
Great job! Now here are the answers for the questions:
Answers for Level 1 Lesson 11
1. 커피 있어요? [keo-pi i-sseo-yo?] 2. 커피 없어요? [keo-pi eop-seo-yo?] 3. 우유 주세요. [u-yu ju-se-yo.]

Answers for Level 1 Lesson 12
1. 맛 [mat] 2. a 3. 잘 먹었습니다. [ jal meo-geo-sseum-ni-da]

Answers for Level 1 Lesson 13
1. 뭐 먹고 싶어요? [mwo meok-go si-peo-yo?] 2. 영화 [yeong-hwa] b.보고 싶어요. [bo-go si-peo-yo]

영화 보고 싶어요.
3. 여행 [yeo-haeng] c.가고 싶어요. [ga-go si-peo-yo]

여행 가고 싶어요.
4. 피자 [pi-ja] a.먹고 싶어요. [meok-go si-peo-yo]

피자 먹고 싶어요. Answers for Level 1 Lesson 14
1. 읽고[il-ggo] A: B: A:

이거 읽고 싶어요. [i-geo il-ggo si-peo-yo] 이거 뭐예요? [i-geo mwo-ye-yo] 이거 책이에요.
[i-geo chaeg-i-e-yo]

2. 뭐 [mwo] 3. 책 [chaek]

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Answers for Level 1 Lesson 15
1. 1 = 일 [il] , 2 = 이 [i], 3 = 삼 [sam], 4 = 사 [sa], 5 = 오 [o], 6 = 륙 [ryuk] or 육 [yuk], 7 = 칠 [chil], 8 = 팔 [pal], 9 = 구 [gu], 10 = 십 [sip] 2. 이천십년 [i-cheon-sim-nyeon] 3. 사천구백원 [sa-cheon-gu-baek-won]

Answers for Level 1 Lesson 16
1. 아요 [a-yo] 2. 여요 [yeo-yo] 3. 어요 [eo-yo] 4. 먹어요 [meo-geo-yo]

Answers for Level 1 Lesson 17
1. 팔아요 [pa-ra-yo] 2. 이상했어요 [i-sang-hae-sseo-yo] 3. 기다렸어요 [gi-da-ryeo-sseo-yo] 4. 써요 [sseo-yo] (NOT 쓰어요)

Answers for Level 1 Lesson 18
1. 어디 [eo-di] 2. 에 [e] 3. 에서 [e-seo] 4. 에서 [e-seo]

Answers for Level 1 Lesson 19
1. 언제 했어요? [eon-je hae-sseo-yo] 2. 언제 일어나요? [eon-je i-reo-na-yo] 3. 언제 왔어요? [eon-je wa-sseo-yo]
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Answers for Level 1 Lesson 20
1. 스물 [seu-mul] 2. 스무 살이에요. [seu-mu sal-i-e-yo.] 3. 스물 네 살이에요. [seu-mul ne sal-i-e-yo.] 4. 스물 다섯 살이에요. [seu-mul da-seot sal-i-e-yo.] 5. 스물 일곱 살이에요. [seu-mul il-gop sal-i-e-yo.] 6. 스물 아홉 살이에요. [seu-mul a-hop sal-i-e-yo.] 7. 마흔 살이에요. [ma-heun sal-i-e-yo.]

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