TTMIK Level 1
TTMIK Level 1 Lesson 5
It’s me, What is it? / 이에요,예요
이 레슨에서는 어떤 것을 가리키며 "-이에요" 또는 "-예요"라고 말하는 방법을 소개하고, "-이에요"와 "-예요" 사이의 차이점을 설명합니다.
<p><span>After listening to this lesson, you can form simple present tense sentences like &ldquo;It's water&rdquo;, &ldquo;It&rsquo;s me&rdquo;, or &ldquo;It&rsquo;s a dictionary." You will also be able to ask &ldquo;What is it?&rdquo; in Korean.</span></p>
TTMIK Level 1 Masters' Lounge
Level 1 Masters' Lounge 의 Level1에서 배운 내용을 토대로 자유롭게 한국어를 연습해 보는 공간입니다.
<p>This lesson isn&rsquo;t really a lesson. This is the Masters&rsquo; Lounge for Level 1! Once you&rsquo;ve finished studying all the lesson in Level 1, come here to practice Korean even more by writing about anything you want, just as long as it includes what was introduced in Level 1.</p>
TTMIK Level 1 Lesson 25
From A To B, From C Until D / -에서/부터 -까지
"-부터" "-에서" 그리고 "-까지"를 쓰는 방법을 설명하며, 다양한 예문을 소개하는 레슨입니다.
<p>In our final lesson for Level 1, we will introduce how to say &ldquo;from A to B&rdquo; and &ldquo;from C until D (in terms of time)&rdquo; using the words 부터, 에서 and 까지.</p>
TTMIK Level 1 Lesson 24
Why? How? / 왜? 어떻게?
"왜"와 "어떻게"를 소개하며, 다른 단어들과 함께 "얼마나"라는 표현을 어떻게 쓰는지를 설명하는 레슨입니다.
<p>In this lesson, we are going to look at the interrogatives &ldquo;why&rdquo;, &ldquo;how&rdquo;, and also how to say things like &ldquo;how much&rdquo;, &ldquo;how fast&rdquo;, &ldquo;how quickly&rdquo;, and so on. You can also review how to say &ldquo;what&rdquo;, &ldquo;who&rdquo;, and &ldquo;where&rdquo; in this lesson.</p>
TTMIK Level 1 Lesson 23
Who? / 누구?
"누구"라는 표현을 소개하며, 주격 조사 "-가"와 함께 "누구"가 "누가"가 되는 현상을 소개합니다.
<p>In Lesson 23, we look at the word 누구 [nu-gu], which means &ldquo;who&rdquo; or &ldquo;whom&rdquo;, and how it is changed when used with the subject marking particle -가 [-ga]. You will also see some useful sample sentences using the word 누구.</p>
TTMIK Level 1 Lesson 22
Verbs / 하다
"하다" 동사가 다른 동사들과 다르게 어떻게 활용되는지를 설명하고, "하다" 동사의 다양한 예를 소개하는 레슨입니다.
<p>In this lesson, we are introducing some 하다 [ha-da] verbs. 하다 [ha-da] is conjugated in a special way, because it is followed by -여요 or -였어요. You can easily form new verbs by putting nouns before 하다.</p>
TTMIK Level 1 Lesson 21
Negative Sentences / 안, -지 않다, 안 하다, 하지 않다
한국어 동사를 이용해 "부정문"으로 바꾸는 방법을 설명하며 "안"과 "-지 않다"를 소개하는 레슨입니다.
<p>In this lesson, we are introducing two more ways to form negative sentences in Korean. Find out how to do that and also practice with some sample sentences.</p>
TTMIK Level 1 Lesson 20
Native Korean Numbers / 하나, 둘, 셋, 넷 …
한국어의 숫자 체계 중 "일이삼사"를 소개했던 Level 1 Lesson 15 레슨에 이어서, 이번 레슨에서는 "하나둘셋넷"을 소개합니다.
<p>This lesson introduces the native Korean number system. Having two separate ways of counting different things might look too complicated, but if you keep practicing the numbers in context, you will find it much easier in time.</p>
TTMIK Level 1 Lesson 19
When / 언제
"언제"라는 표현을 소개하고 "언제"가 쓰이는 다양한 예문들을 소개하는 레슨입니다.
<p>Hello everyone, we are back with another lesson! This one is a bit shorter than the last one, and we are introducing how to say &lsquo;when&rsquo; in Korean. You can also listen to many examples where the word &lsquo;when&rsquo; is used to form questions.</p>
TTMIK Level 1 Lesson 18
Location-marking Particles / 에/에서
장소를 나타내는 조사인 "-에"와 "-에서"에 대해서 설명하고, "어디"라는 표현도 함께 소개하는 레슨입니다.
<p>In Korean, there are some &lsquo;particles&rsquo; which are used to mark the roles of some nouns in a sentence. In this lesson, we are going to have a look at location marking particles, 에 [e] and 에서 [e-seo], and also how to say "where" in Korean.</p>
TTMIK Level 1 Lesson 17
Past Tense / -았/었/였어요 (했어요)
과거 시제 문장을 쓸 때 과거형 어미인 "-았어요" "-었어요" "-였어요"를 구분해서 쓸 수 있게 설명해 주는 레슨입니다.
<p>In this lesson, let's take a look at how to change verbs into the past tense. By knowing how to change your verbs into the past tense, you will be able to talk about what you did yesterday, who you met last week, and etc.</p>
TTMIK Level 1 Lesson 16
Basic Present Tense / -아요, -어요, -여요
한국어 동사를 이용해서 문장을 만들 때, 현재형 어미인 "-아요" "-어요" "-여요"를 구분해서 쓸 수 있게 설명해 주는 레슨입니다.
<p>In this lesson, we are looking at how to change a verb from the dictionary form into the basic present tense. When you look up a verb in a dictionary, everything ends with 다 [da]. Let's learn how to change it to make present tense sentences.</p>
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