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Korean Grammar in Use: Intermediate provides quite a step up from the previous book. There is TONS of new vocab and plenty more grammar points. As such, the book really ought to be studied at a slightly slower pace than Korean Grammar in Use: Beginner in order to learn and remember as much as possible.

These pages follow in the same format as the previous class pages with 72 new words per side (12 new words per day). However, due to the large amount of new vocabulary, each “Week” has a front and back side. That means that the vocab is actually DOUBLE what it was for Low Intermediate classes (if you study one page per week). Therefore, it’s probably a good idea to slow down, and take two weeks to learn each page.

Design Notes: These are designed to be printed front-back at 100% scale. Then all the vocab fits on one side and all the grammar points on another so you can cut them apart with scissors if you want to.

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Intermediate Vocabulary & Grammar

  1. Week 1: Words 1-144 (Chapter 1)
  2. Week 2: Words 145-288 (Chapter 2-3)
  3. Week 3: Words 289-432 (Chapter 4)

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  1. This is very helpful! Thank you! I’m plugging your list into which is the vocab study website I use. It’s got a good mobile app, too. Thank you thank you thank you!

    1. Glad it’s helpful. I personally use for my memorization, and I’ve already uploaded all of the vocab there. It also has a very good mobile app. You’re welcome to use this vocab however you want and feel free to join our Quizlet group as well. Good luck with your studies!~

  2. Did you make all these Vocab lists yourself? If so that’s insane, I can’t thank you enough! They have been a great help.

    I have found the ‘Korean Grammar In Use’ series to be the most comprehensive resource available but they lack a Vocab list which can be a bit frustrating at times.

    I hate to ask, but do you have any intention of compiling lists for any more of the chapters?

    1. Yes, I’ve compiled them all myself -page by page. As you could probably guess, it takes a LONG time which is why there aren’t yet more. I do intend to finish the entire series but as I’m working two jobs right now, it’s toughto find time for this. Hoping for a change in 2016 to give me more time to work on this stuff.

  3. I just found your vocabulary lists. They are very well put together. I noticed they haven’t been updated in quite some time and was wondering if you were planning on continuing the lists?

    1. Yes, I will be continuing the lists (hopefully later this year). In fact, I’m planning to update the old ones as well. I found a new, better way to make simpler lists. I’ve also got a back log of nearly 200 lists that aren’t yet in PDF format. But with raising kids (and working 2-3 jobs at a time to care for them), COVID, and now I’m working on my PhD, I’ve been a bit busy. Anyway, hopefully later this year I’ll get around to more regularly updating things. Thanks for your interest!

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