Word of the Day: 지난 - last (time-related)
지난 주말에은 서울에 갔어요.
"I went to Seoul last weekend."

Intermediate Korean

Hello and welcome to the Intermediate Lessons here at Learn Korean Now! This is the perfect place to be if you have gone through the Beginner's Korean lessons and are ready to take those foundations and begin to put them together for a better understanding of Korean.

All of the following lessons assume you understand the material covered in Beginner's Korean. If you have not already, be sure to Go Through Beginner's Lessons and learn those concepts. They are essential for understanding this new material.

We have organized the lessons in a logical manner such that the first lessons will be used in later lessons and are also more important concepts for learning the language. For this reason, we recommend that you start at the beginning and work your way through the lessons at your own pace.

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Lesson One

This lesson covers the plain style of speech. We will learn endings such as ㄴ다, 냐, 니, 라, and 자 here.

Lesson Two

This lesson covers quotations in speech. We will learn both direct and indirect quotations, both of which are more useful than you might think.

Lesson Three

This lesson covers ways to change verbs into nouns. We will learn the use of 기, (으)ㄴ / 는 것, along with many different phrases that use the grammar points.

Lesson Four

This lesson provides an in-depth study of Korean adverbs, or 부사, which are slightly different than English adverbs. This lesson will cover many different adverbs, conjunctions, and other topics classified under Korean adverbs. This lesson is still under construction, but it covers a lot so feel free to get started with this while we finish up the rest of the lesson.