Beginner Vocabulary and Quiz Sheets

Sogang University Compact Series 1

The Full Beginner Vocab List (Words 1-900)

True Beginner Vocabulary

True Beginner Vocabulary Section

  1. TB Week 1 (Words 1-50) • TB Quiz 1
  2. TB Week 2 (Words 51-100) • TB Quiz 2
  3. TB Week 3 (Words 101-150) • Quiz
  4. TB Week 4 (Words 151-200) • Quiz

Beginner Vocabulary

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  1. Week 1 (Words 201-250) • Quiz 1
  2. Week 2 (Words 251-300) • Quiz 2
  3. Week 3 (Words 301-350) • Quiz 3
  4. Week 4 (Words 351-400) • Quiz 4
  5. Week 5 (Words 401-450) • Quiz 5
  6. Week 6 (Words 451-500) • Quiz 6
  7. Week 7 (Words 501-550) • Quiz 7
  8. Week 8 (Words 551-600) • Quiz 8
  9. Week 9 (Words 601-650) • Quiz 9
  10. Week 10 (Words 651-700) • Quiz 10
  11. Week 11 (Words 701-750) • Quiz 11
  12. Week 12 (Words 751-800) • Quiz 12
  13. Week 13 (Words 801-850) • Quiz 13
  14. Week 14 (Words 851-900) • Quiz 14

Supplementary Vocabulary

  1. Supplementary 1 – Bank

10 comments

    1. You’re right. Thanks for that. Typo on my part. Will go through our vocab lists again later to correct anything like that and possibly add example sentences. Thanks again~~

    2. No, it’s neither 춰소 nor 촤소
      it’s 취소

      Thanks Aaron for the great post. (IMO) By far the best learning source for Korean vocabularies. Since each word belongs to a example sentence, it’s easier to memorize

      1. Glad to hear that thanks!~ We’ll work on doing the same with the more advanced lists as time goes on (and maybe even start adding pictures to the Beginner lists eventually).

  1. vocabulary in the first week (in true beginning vocabulary) l think cat in korean will write this 고양이 not 고야이

    In the file it is wrote this 고야이

    1. Thanks for catching my typo~ When I was making these, I was not able to type in Korean very well (had to keep looking at the keyboard). There are bound to be a few mistakes I didn’t catch.

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