For future reference, here are some Advanced Grammar patterns that were posted on TOPIKGuide.com. This is not the guide, just a reference list (similar to the other1 Grammar2 lists3 we’ve posted4), so please check out TOPIKGuide.com for the full explanations of the grammar and example sentences to go along with it. This list will remain […]
This morning I redesigned all the Low Intermediate grammar points into a full-sized A2 poster! The intention for this poster would be to print it out, and stick it my wall (or inner closet door) for quick and easy reference.
What do you think? If we found a printer and made these available for printing and shipping, would you order one?
The following is a list of grammar points covered in the second semester of Intermediate classes (after Low Intermediate) and using the Korean Grammar in Use: Intermediate book. If you know all or most of the grammar listed, you may want to consider the High Intermediate class. If most of the grammar below looks unfamiliar, […]
This is the grammar list for High Intermediate classes. If you know most of these, you’d be best off in a more Advanced class, but if you don’t know these, check out the grammar list for the Low Intermediate class to be sure you know those grammar rules before advancing to this class. Stars show […]
The following is a list of grammar points covered in the Low Intermediate classes and using the Korean Grammar in Use: Beginning book. If you know all or most of the grammar listed, you may want to consider the Intermediate class. If most of the grammar below looks unfamiliar, then Low Intermediate is probably a […]
These are the grammar points covered in the Beginner class. If you know all of these and/or think you have a pretty good grasp of Korean vocabulary and grammar already, then check out the list of Low Intermediate grammar to see if you should advance to the next class. Reading Consonants Vowels Double Consonants Double […]