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Mr. Oh's Korean Language Course
    
Lesson 1:
 
Fundamental Features of Korean Language
Lesson 2:
 
Hangul, the Korean Alphabetic System
Lesson 3:
 
Some Phonological Notes
Lesson 4:
 
Base Form & Stem in a Predicate
Lesson 5:
 
Forming Predicates with Verbs, Adjectives, & Nouns
Lesson 6:
 
Subject Markers
Lesson 7:
 
Object Markers
Lesson 8:
 
Who? What? Where?
Lesson 9:
 
This - That / Here - There
Lesson 10:
 
Styles of Speech
Lesson 11:
 
Number I
Lesson 12:
 
Number II
Lesson 13:
 
Locative Markers
J. David Eisenberg

Word Order

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Word Order Markers
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Korean Word Order

Three Important Particles

Types of Sentences

  - Subject + Predicate: Descriptive Verb [
1] [2] [3]
  - Subject + Object: Action Verb [
1] [2] [3]
  - Subject + Predicate: Existence Verb
                               [
1] [2] [3] [4]

Verb: An Introduction

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Stems & Pieces
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Politeness Levels
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Formal Endings
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Pronunciation
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Your Honor
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Special Honorific Verbs
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Polite Informal
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Your Informal Honor
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Auto Conjugator
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Use the Auto Conjugator
Korea Online

Grammar I
  - Lesson 1: Subjects & Objects
  - Lesson 2: Verbs

Grammar II
  - Lesson 3: Dative Particle A
  - Lesson 4: Dative Particle B

Grammar III
  - Lesson 5: Honorific Speech
  - Lesson 6: Honorific Rules

Grammar IV

  - Lesson 7: Strange Combinations

Grammar V
  - Lesson 8: Formal Declarative Ending
  - Lesson 9: Formal Interrogative Ending
  - Lesson 10: Formal Imperative Ending
  - Lesson 11: Formal Propositive Ending
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Sentence
Basic
Verbs
Particles
Hangul, the Korean Alphabet School

Dialogue 1:
Hi!
Dialogue 2:
Is (it) good?
Dialogue 3:
Where are we?
Dialogue 4:
Who is it?
Dialogue 5:
Give me a newspaper.
Understanding the Korean Language
Radio Korea International

5. Honorifics 
6. Postpositions
7. Positives & Negatives
8. Tense
Korean Language Grammar
Declan's Korean Language Page

1. Word Order
2. Lack of Definite & Indefinite Article (the / a)
3. Subject & Object Markers
4. Korean Verbs: Infinitive Form
5. "to" & "from"
Grammar
Teaching
Words
Dialogue
Translation
Alphabet
Monash
Help
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