Beginning Korean 2

Beginning Korean 2 will further your grammatical knowledge and communication skills. Along with increased focus on speaking, more practical expressions will be introduced. An excursion to a Korean restaurant will be arranged in order to boost your learning experience in a real life setting.

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Teacher Date Day Time Sessions Fee Enrol
Michelle Lee 11 October Wednesday 6-8pm 9 $335 Enrolments closed

Course outline

  • Topic 1: Review of Korean alphabet, greetings, verb changes and basic grammar rules
  • Topic 2: Daily routine with a focus on extended verbs and nouns
  • Topic 3: Asking price and buying things
  • Topic 4: Asking and giving directions
  • Topic 5: Weekend activities with a focus on past tense
  • Topic 6: Expressing desires and wishes
  • Topic 7: Telephone and calling
  • Topic 8: Making an appointment
  • Topic 9: Asking and giving directions
  • Topic 10: Sharing your travel experiences

Learning outcomes

By the end of the course, you should:

  • be able to read, write, listen and speak in Korean at an elementary level
  • develop an understanding of the Korean language
  • improve your communication skills in Korean
  • have a basic understanding of the Korean culture and people.

Who should enrol

Students who have completed Beginning Korean 1 or similar.

Course materials

Textbook: Opened Korean Elementary 1 (ISBN: 978-89-7699-86F3-7) English version and handouts.

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