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Most Important Things We Went Over This Week
- 이/가 is the subject particle marker; 을/를 is the object particle marker.
- 그리고/그렇지만/그래서 can drop all the 그 ㄹ stuff to join together those two sentences with just ~고~/~지만~/~서~.
- Make almost any sentence “formal” by adding 시 after the base verb (가다 = 가시다, etc).
- 당신 = primarily for one’s spouse; 너 = primarily for very close friends.
- 예요 = ending when there is no final 밪침 consonant; 이예요 = when previous word ends with a consonant.
- Sino-Korean = counting; “Pure” Korean = 1st, 2nd, etc.
Things that Need More Conversation Practice
- Honorific: Pretend like I’m your grandmother.
- Joining two sentences together – make 2, then join them.
- Prepositions: Describe this room and where items are located.
- Personal info related to numbers (height, weight, etc).
- Dates and times: Tell me your next month schedule as well as your typical daily schedule.
- Counting words: Tell me how many of ______ are in the picture.
Things that Need Quizzed
- What’s the difference between 이/가 and 을/를?
- What are the four sentence types and what is the sentence structure? (declarative, interrogative, imperative, propositive -> S+O+V, not S+V+O as in English).
- What’s the difference between 당신 and 너 and when are each commonly used?
- How do you make someone’s title honorific? (Add 님).
- When do you use 예요 or 이예요? (Fill in the blanks practice).
- Numbers, dates, times, counting words, prepositions.