1100 Short & Useful Korean Phrases For Beginners includes 100 grammar patterns in Korean and 1100 sentences that can be derived from them. Grammar patterns are structures that can be used to express a certain wish or intention.
Each patter includes 11 example sentences that put them in context. All sentences are written in Korean and English. On each example, patterns are highlighted in green ink which is helpful to understand how we must use them.
In the corner of each page, there are QR codes with audio files that include all sentences and examples read out loud by native Korean speakers.
1100 Short & Useful Korean Phrases For Beginners includes and index with all patterns ordered. The book includes nice pictures and it has been printed in color.
A suitable material for beginners or pre-intermediate students who wish to learn Korean language patters and get deeper knowledge of grammar.
Description by the publisher
As a beginner, Korean sentences might look like random combinations of words and phrases. But that is not true! Once you find the patterns hidden in sentences, learning Korean becomes much easier and even more fun.
This book includes 100 common sentence patterns that are essential for beginners and each pattern is accompanied by 11 example sentences.
What do we mean by “patterns“?
“Patterns” in this book refer to set phrases and common groups of words that often go together in Korean. By studying sentence patterns, you can form your own Korean sentences more confidently and naturally!
Here are 5 tips about how to make the most of the book!
- Practice speaking the sentences repeatedly so that you can get familiar with each sentence pattern.
- Sentences written in Korean are arranged on the left side of a page and those in English are on the right side. We recommend you cover one of the two sides with a piece of paper or your hand and test your understanding!
- Study words with the index.
- In the index, you can find all the vocabulary words used! In fact, this book is also very useful to study words and practice making sentences with them.
- Use the QR codes!
There is a QR code for each pattern with which you can check the native speaker’s pronunciation easily. You can of course download all the audio files at talktomeinkorean.com/audio.
- The dorky 11th example sentence
Every 11th example sentence is a bonus one which will (hopefully) make you grin while studying. Look at the cute illustration attached to the 11th sentence! How could you not smile?
Pattern 001. This is + N. / It is + N.
Pattern 002. This is + N. / It is + N.
Pattern 003. This is not + N./ It is not + N.
Pattern 004. I have + N. / There is + N.
Pattern 005. I do not have + N. / There is not + N.
Pattern 006. Please give me + N.
Pattern 007. What is + N?
Pattern 008. What is + N?
Pattern 009. What is + N?
Pattern 010. By any chance, is it + N? / By any chance, are you + N?
Pattern 011. I go to + N. / I am going to + N.
Pattern 012. It is in/at + N. / I am in/at + N.
Pattern 013. Where is + N?
Pattern 014. I am on my way to + N.
Pattern 015. When is + N?
Pattern 016. As for + N, when is it?
Pattern 017. Is it already + N?
Pattern 018. I like + N.
Pattern 019. And there is/are also + N.
Pattern 020. I like + N.
Pattern 021. Do you like + N?
Pattern 022. How about + N? / How about + V-ing?
Pattern 023. How/What about + N?
Pattern 024. What do you think about/of + N?
Pattern 025. Then, how/what about + N?
Pattern 026. N + is not so good. / N + is not that great.
Pattern 027. Is + N + not available/possible?
Pattern 028. I should do + N + first. / You should do + N + first.
Pattern 029. There is only + N. / There is nothing but + N.
Pattern 030. What does + N + mean?
Pattern 031. I do not know + N + well. / I am not sure about + N.
Pattern 032. It is too + Adj. / I am so + Adj.
Pattern 033. This is the most + Adj.
Pattern 034. N + is more + Adj + than I expected.
Pattern 035. It is a little bit + Adj. / Something about it is a little + Adj.
Pattern 036. I am + V-ing + now.
Pattern 037. I cannot + V.
Pattern 038. I am + V-ing + now.
Pattern 039. I am still + V-ing. / I am still in the middle of + N.
Pattern 040. I want to + V.
Pattern 041. What do you want to + V?
Pattern 042. Please + V.
Pattern 043. Hurry up and + V. / Please + V + quickly.
Pattern 044. Please + V + this way.
Pattern 045. Do not + V.
Pattern 046. Why do you + V + like that?
Pattern 047. Where did you + V + this?
Pattern 048. It already + V-ed. / It has already + V-ed.
Pattern 049. I have not + V-ed + yet.
Pattern 050. How did you + V?
Pattern 051. 001 I did not + V + anything.
Pattern 052. Please + V (+ for me).
Pattern 053. Please + V (+ for me).
Pattern 054. Please + V (+ for me).
Pattern 055. I can + V.
Pattern 056. I have to + V. / I should + V.
Pattern 057. I have to + V. / I should + V.
Pattern 058. I have to + V. / I should + V.
Pattern 059. Until/By when should I + V? / How long should I + V?
Pattern 060. I am going to + V.
Pattern 061. When will you + V?
Pattern 062. I will be back after + V-ing.
Pattern 063. I will + V + for just a little while. / Let me + V + for just a little while.
Pattern 064. Then, shall we + V?
Pattern 065. After + V-ing. / Only after + V-ing.
Pattern 066. I think + S + V-ed.
Pattern 067. I am on my way to go and + V.
Pattern 068. S + will + V + at around ( ) o’clock.
Pattern 069. You may + V. / It is okay to + V.
Pattern 070. Can/May I + V? / Is it okay to + V?
Pattern 071. You should not + V. / You cannot + V.
Pattern 072. There is something I want to + V.
Pattern 073. I almost + V-ed.
Pattern 074. What should I do in order to + V?
Pattern 075. Where should I go in order to + V?
Pattern 076. Are you + Adj + by any chance? / Do you + V + by any chance?
Pattern 077. Since when have you + V-ed?
Pattern 078. It is probably + Adj. / S + probably + V.
Pattern 079. I like it so much because + S + V/Adj. / I am so glad that S + V/Adj.
Pattern 080. In my opinion, S + will + V. / In my opinion, S + will be + Adj.
Pattern 081. It could be that + S + V. / S + might + V.
Pattern 082. What if + S + V/Adj?
Pattern 083. That is true, but + S + V.
Pattern 084. Sometimes + S + V/Adj. / There are times when + S + V/Adj.
Pattern 085. Don’t you think it is too + Adj? / Don’t you think + S + V + too much?
Pattern 086. That is too + Adj.
Pattern 087. Is + N + okay? / Is it okay to + V?
Pattern 088. S + V + together with + N.
Pattern 089. Which of these is the most + Adj? / Which of these do you + V + the most?
Pattern 090. S + V + one out of these.
Pattern 091. How do you + V? / How did you + V?
Pattern 092. S+ V + before + V-ing.
Pattern 093. S + V + again later.
Pattern 094. Even so, I + V.
Pattern 095. As far as I know + S + V.
Pattern 096. I am not sure, but + S + V. / Although I do not know very well, S + V.
Pattern 097. In fact, I + V.
Pattern 098. If you do it like this, S + V.
Pattern 099. If you have time tomorrow, S + V.
Pattern 100. It may + V, and it may + V. / It may or may not + V.