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Beginner Korean 4 - Past Tense of Verbs and Pronouns in Korean
Ethan Yun with BE Education
In this 4 week class, we're going to study past tense of verbs and pronouns in Korean. We're going to learn how to make past tense and how to use pronouns in Korean, and try conversations with those. #academic
How should we say "What did you do yesterday?" or "Where is his car?" and answer the questions in Korean? If you're not sure and you want to know how, let me tell you how! In this 4 week class, we're going to study how to express past tense and pronouns in Korean, and practice it with a native Korean teacher. You'll be able to have more natural conversations after this class using pronouns in a proper way, and you'll be able to talk about things we did in the past. Here's the plan for...
Learners will understand past tense of verbs and how to use pronouns in Korean. After this class, learners will be able to have conversations using present tense, past tense, and proper pronouns in Korean.
I'm a native Korean speaker, a professional Korean language tutor and instructor for 8 years, and have a bachelor's degree. I'm fluent in both Korean and English. I received perfect scores in all Korean language tests including the Korean SAT. I worked in my college press, as well as in thesis correction for my department at my university. I lived in Korea for 28 years and moved to the US for my Ph.D. I have experience teaching Korean language to both Korean native students and non-native students, for more than 7 years now!
Homework OfferedEach week, the teacher will give the learners a simple and optional homework, such as "Write your what you did last weekend in Korean. Share it with the other students in the next class, if you are okay with it, but it's okay not to do it. It is optional." It's going to be a great practice to read, write, speak, and listen. I know that people have a different way to study, so I just suggest this homework but it's optional! I wouldn't mind it even if you don't want to share with other students or you don't do the homework. Everybody has a different way to study, and I'm just a guide on your way :)
I am happy to schedule a convenient class time for you. Message me with your preferences! < I have a Korean language and culture group! Please check this if you're interested!...
$80for 4 classes
1x per week, 4 weeks
Average rating:5.0Number of reviews:(3)
Completed by 20 learners
Live video meetings
1-6 learners per class