TTMIK Level 2
TTMIK Level 2 Lesson 1
Future Tense / -ㄹ/을 거예요, 할 거예요
미래 시제 문장을 쓸 때 미래형 어미인 "~ㄹ,을 거예요" 또는 "~할 거예요."를 구분해서 쓸 수 있게 설명해 주는 레슨입니다.
<p><span>Congratulations on finishing Level 1! In Level 2, you'll use what you learned in Level 1 in addition to learning new material to help expand your working knowledge of the Korean language. In this lesson, learn how to use the future tense!</span></p>
TTMIK Level 2 Masters' Lounge
Level 2 Masters' Lounge
TalkToMeInKorean.com의 Level 2에서 배운 내용을 토대로 자유롭게 한국어를 연습해 보는 공간입니다. 외국인 친구들이 만들어 본 한국어 문장을 최대한 자유롭게 고쳐주세요.
<p>This lesson isn&rsquo;t really a lesson. This is the Masters&rsquo; Lounge for Level 2! Once you&rsquo;ve finished studying all the lesson in Level 2, come here to practice Korean even more by writing about anything you want, just as long as it includes what was introduced in Level 2.</p>
TTMIK Level 2 Lesson 30
Don’t do it / -지 마세요
" -지 마세요"라는 표현을 설명하고, " -지 마세요"가 쓰이는 다양한 예문들을 소개하는 레슨입니다.
<p>안녕하세요. Welcome to the last lesson in Level 2!!! You&rsquo;re amazing for having made it so far and keeping up with us! We are introducing how to tell someone to stop doing something or not to do something. Listen in and find out how to say it!</p>
TTMIK Level 2 Lesson 29
more, all / 더, 다
"더, 다"라는 표현을 설명하고, "더, 다"가 쓰이는 다양한 예문들을 소개하는 레슨입니다.
<p>Hi everyone! In this lesson, we are looking at how to say "more" and "all" in Korean. The way you pronounce these words in Korean are a bit similar, and they share common characteristics. Listen in to find out how to use them in natural context!</p>
TTMIK Level 2 Lesson 28
method, way / (으)로
"(으)로"라는 표현을 설명하고, "(으)로"가 쓰이는 다양한 예문들을 소개하는 레슨입니다.
<p>Welcome to a lesson about a new particle, -(으)로. This particle has a lot of usages and functions, so it&rsquo;s virtually impossible to go over all of its usages, but through this lesson, we introduced the basic common feature of its various meaning and usages.</p>
TTMIK Level 2 Lesson 27
Do it for me / -아/어/여 주세요
" -아/어/여 주세요"라는 표현을 설명하고, " -아/어/여 주세요"가 쓰이는 다양한 예문들을 소개하는 레슨입니다.
<p>안녕하세요! In Level 2 Lesson 27, we looked at how to tell someone to do something, and in this lesson, we are going to look at how to tell someone to do something for you, to show their kindness by doing something, or ask someone to do something in a more polite way.</p>
TTMIK Level 2 Lesson 26
imperative / -(으)세요
"-(으)세요"라는 표현을 설명하고, "-(으)세요"가 쓰이는 다양한 예문들을 소개하는 레슨입니다.
<p>In this lesson, let's look at how to tell someone to do something in Korean. There are different ways to say this in Korea, but we will be going over the most commonly used sentence structure, -(으)세요. This structure has more than one use, so be sure to study this lesson well!</p>
TTMIK Level 2 Lesson 25
something, someday, someone, somewhere / 누군가, 무언가, 어딘가, 언젠가
"누군가, 무언가, 어딘가, 언젠가"라는 표현을 설명하고, "누군가, 무언가, 어딘가, 언젠가"가 쓰이는 다양한 예문들을 소개하는 레슨입니다.
<p>안녕하세요! After listening to this lesson, you will be able to say &ldquo;something&rdquo;, &ldquo;someday&rdquo;, &ldquo;someone&rdquo; and &ldquo;somewhere&rdquo; in Korean. Happy studying!</p>
TTMIK Level 2 Lesson 24
still, already / 아직, 벌써
"아직, 벌써"라는 표현을 설명하고,"아직, 벌써"가 쓰이는 다양한 예문들을 소개하는 레슨입니다.
<p>In this lesson, we are introducing two new expressions &ndash; 아직 [a-jik], which means &ldquo;still&rdquo; or &ldquo;not yet,&rdquo; and 벌써 [beol-sseo], which means &ldquo;already&rdquo;. Listen to find out how they are used contextually in natural Korean.</p>
TTMIK Level 2 Lesson 23
if, in case / 만약, -(으)면
" 만약, -(으)면"이라는 표현을 설명하고, " 만약, -(으)면"이 쓰이는 다양한 예문들을 소개하는 레슨입니다.
<p>안녕하세요! "If she says yes," "If he helps me," "If you tell me how to do it," "If you buy me dinner"... these are just few of the many "if" sentences you can say in Korean after you listen to this lesson!</p>
TTMIK Level 2 Lesson 22
to like / 좋다 vs 좋아하다
"좋다" 또는 "좋아하다"라는 표현을 설명하고, "좋다" 또는 "좋아하다"가 쓰이는 다양한 예문들을 소개하는 레슨입니다.
<p>Talking about what you like and don't like is one of the first things you do when you learn a language. Why not start learning how to say it in Korean with this lesson?!</p>
TTMIK Level 2 Lesson 21
more ~ than ~ / ~보다 더
"~보다 더"라는 표현을 설명하고, "~보다 더" 가 쓰이는 다양한 예문들을 소개하는 레슨입니다.
<p>In this lesson we are learning how to say that something is &ldquo;bigger,&rdquo; &ldquo;nicer,&rdquo; or &ldquo;more expensive&rdquo; than something else. In Korean, you use the word 더 [deo] to say this. Listen in to find out how to compare two things or people in Korean. Thanks for studying with us and don&rsquo;t hesitate to ask if you have any questions!</p>
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