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    Korean Beginner 4 (Nov-21 start)

    £300£343

    Our Korean Beginner 4 Course is designed for students who has knowledge of 300 or more vocabularies, who can make easy questions and answer to basic questions about their daily life, and to share their past experiences and future plans.

    In this course, Students will learn how to share their and plan and share their experiences. Furthermore, you will be able to write an invitation message, sending kakao/WhatsApp message in Korean.  Our Key Grammar Points:  -(으)려고 하다, -고, -(으)ㄴ 후에, 보다,  -지만, -아야/어야 되다,  -기 전에, -아서/어서(sequence),  -(으)ㄹ 수 있다/없다, -고 있다, 에게/한테, -(으)니까(reason).

    If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Elementary 1

    Lesson Topics

    Lesson 1 – Warm up and Ice break
    Lesson 2 – Travel Plans
    Lesson 3 – Travel Experience
    Lesson 4 – Review Unit 7 and 8
    Lesson 5 – Body and symptoms of sickness
    Lesson 6 – Healthy life
    Lesson 7 – Review Unit 9 and 10
    Lesson 8 – Preparing for gatherings
    Lesson 9 – gifts you want to give to someone
    Lesson 10 – Review and presentations

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    Korean Beginner 4 Intensive (Aug-03 start)

    £300£343

    Our Korean Beginner 4 Course is designed for students who has knowledge of 300 or more vocabularies, who can make easy questions and answer to basic questions about their daily life, and to share their past experiences and future plans.

    In this course, Students will learn how to share their and plan and share their experiences. Furthermore, you will be able to write an invitation message, sending kakao/WhatsApp message in Korean.  Our Key Grammar Points:  -(으)려고 하다, -고, -(으)ㄴ 후에, 보다,  -지만, -아야/어야 되다,  -기 전에, -아서/어서(sequence),  -(으)ㄹ 수 있다/없다, -고 있다, 에게/한테, -(으)니까(reason).

    If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Elementary 1

    Lesson Topics

    Lesson 1 – Warm up and Ice break
    Lesson 2 – Travel Plans
    Lesson 3 – Travel Experience
    Lesson 4 – Review Unit 7 and 8
    Lesson 5 – Body and symptoms of sickness
    Lesson 6 – Healthy life
    Lesson 7 – Review Unit 9 and 10
    Lesson 8 – Preparing for gatherings
    Lesson 9 – gifts you want to give to someone
    Lesson 10 – Review and presentations

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    Korean Elementary 1 (Oct-16 start)

    £320£363

    Our Korean Elementary 1 Course is designed for learners who has finished Level 1 learning or are able to do the below:

    • Read and pronounce Hangeul smoothly
    • Give detailed self-introduction
    • Use of numbers in date, time, money.
    • Use of numbers in counting nouns.
    • Narrate your lifestyle, hobbies
    • Narrate your daily schedule
    • Take and give directions
    • Talk about transportation and your surroundings
    • Talk about your travel experiences.

    Our topics in this course include talking about what you do you do, introducing your friends, making and suggesting plans and explaining your neighbour and place. Also, student can write about your places you like. Our key grammar points covered include: (이)라고 하다, -는(Present tense of verbs), -거나/(이)나, -(으)ㄹ까요?(supposition), 마다, -(으)ㄹ 때, -기로 하다, 에다가, -기가 좋다, -지 않다, -지 못하다, -(으)면서(simultaneity), -지요?, -(으)면, ㅅ irregular conjugation, -는데/(으)ㄴ데, -아/어 보다(Attempt).

    If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Elementary 2.

    Lesson Topics

    Lesson 1 – Warm up and Ice break
    Lesson 2 – Talking about jobs
    Lesson 3 – Leisure activities
    Lesson 4 – Making appointments
    Lesson 5 – Talking about outfits
    Lesson 6 – Introduction about your neighbourhood
    Lesson 7 – Talking about places you often visit
    Lesson 8 – Dishes you would like to eat
    Lesson 9 – Things you would like to buy
    Lesson 10 – Review and presentations

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    Korean Elementary 1 (Sep-21 start)

    £320£363

    Our Korean Elementary 1 Course is designed for learners who has finished Level 1 learning or are able to do the below:

    • Read and pronounce Hangeul smoothly
    • Give detailed self-introduction
    • Use of numbers in date, time, money.
    • Use of numbers in counting nouns.
    • Narrate your lifestyle, hobbies
    • Narrate your daily schedule
    • Take and give directions
    • Talk about transportation and your surroundings
    • Talk about your travel experiences.

    Our topics in this course include talking about what you do you do, introducing your friends, making and suggesting plans and explaining your neighbour and place. Also, student can write about your places you like. Our key grammar points covered include: (이)라고 하다, -는(Present tense of verbs), -거나/(이)나, -(으)ㄹ까요?(supposition), 마다, -(으)ㄹ 때, -기로 하다, 에다가, -기가 좋다, -지 않다, -지 못하다, -(으)면서(simultaneity), -지요?, -(으)면, ㅅ irregular conjugation, -는데/(으)ㄴ데, -아/어 보다(Attempt).

    If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Elementary 2.

    Lesson Topics

    Lesson 1 – Warm up and Ice break
    Lesson 2 – Talking about jobs
    Lesson 3 – Leisure activities
    Lesson 4 – Making appointments
    Lesson 5 – Talking about outfits
    Lesson 6 – Introduction about your neighbourhood
    Lesson 7 – Talking about places you often visit
    Lesson 8 – Dishes you would like to eat
    Lesson 9 – Things you would like to buy
    Lesson 10 – Review and presentations

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    Korean Elementary 2 (Jul-23 start)

    £320£363

    Our Korean Elementary 2 Course is designed for students who has knowledge of 600 or more vocabularies, who can respond to questions about your family and friends, who can conjugate verbs and adjectives properly.

    In this course, students can talk about wishes you would like to eat, things you would like to buy, travel plans and experiences and introduce precious gifts. Writing about dishes you eat every day, things you often buy, travel experiences, an invitation to a party, an email inquiring about an event. Our key grammar points covered include:  -(으)면, ㅅ irregular conjugation, -는데/(으)ㄴ데, -아/어 보다(Attempt), -는 것 같다, -는 게 어때요?, ㅎ irregular conjugation, -(으)면 좋겠다, -(으)ㄴ 적이 있다/없다, 동안, -아/어 보다(Experience), -(으)ㄴ(past tense of verbs).

    If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Elementary 3.

    Lesson Topics

    Lesson 1 – Warm up and Ice break
    Lesson 2 – Dishes you would like to eat
    Lesson 3 – Things you would like to buy
    Lesson 4 – Food and order
    Lesson 5 – Speaking activities for Lesson 2-4
    Lesson 6 – Colours and Shapes
    Lesson 7 – Travel organizing
    Lesson 8 – Travel experiences
    Lesson 9 – Speaking activities for Lesson 6-8
    Lesson 10 – Review and presentations

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    Korean Elementary 3 (Oct-15 start)

    £320£363

    Our Korean Elementary 3 Course is designed for students who has knowledge of 800 or more vocabularies, who also can choose and use formal and informal language properly depending on the situations.

    Our topics in this course include talking about essential etiquette, various personalities and characteristics while describing, comparing, explaining. You can share your wish list and good changes while comparing and asking/answering questions. Our key grammar points covered include: -(으)ㄹ래요?, -(으)ㄹ게요, 에서부터, -(으)ㄹ (future tense of verbs), -(으)시, 에게만, 에게도 -다가, -아/어 주다, -네요, -지 말다, -아/어도 되다, -(으)면 안 되다.

    If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Elementary 4.

    Lesson Topics

    Lesson 1 – Warm up and Ice break
    Lesson 2 – Preparing for a gathering
    Lesson 3 – How to commute to your work
    Lesson 4 – Introducing precious gifts
    Lesson 5 – Speaking activities for Lesson 2-4
    Lesson 6 – Say how you feel
    Lesson 7 – Audience etiquette
    Lesson 8 – Rules for public places
    Lesson 9 – Speaking activities for Lesson 6-8
    Lesson 10 – Review and presentations

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  • Korean Intermediate 1 (Sep-25 start)

    £340

    Our Korean Intermediate 1 Course is designed for students who has knowledge of 1000 or more vocabularies, who has also developed communicative skills to talk with a native Korean speaker in common subjects, who can express his / her opinions and thoughts in 3+ minutes.

    Our topics in this course include talking about current status, housing conditions, household chores, special occasions and celebrations. Our key grammar points covered include: -니? -자, -는다고  하다, -나/(으)ㄴ가 보다, -(으)ㄹ까 하다, -지만 않으면, -고 나서, -(으)ㄹ 테니까, -아/어 보니까, -(으)려면, -잖아요, -(으)려다가, -(으)ㄴ지, -자고 하다, -기 위해서, -아/어야겠.

    If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Intermediate 2.

    Lesson Topics

    Lesson 1 – Warm up and Ice break
    Lesson 2 – Current status
    Lesson 3 – Writing an email
    Lesson 4 – Household chores
    Lesson 5 – Dream house
    Lesson 6 – Exchange and repair goods
    Lesson 7 – Broken goods
    Lesson 8 – Anniversary
    Lesson 9 – Special experience
    Lesson 10 – Review and presentations

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  • Korean Upper Intermediate 1 (Sep-26 start)

    £340

    Korean Upper Intermediate 1

     The course is designed for students with knowledge of 3000 or more words and can also respond to questions, advise, describe, plan in related various topics. Develop communication skills, practice communicating opinions, give a presentation in 5 minutes your thoughts. More focus your communication skills and conversation topics. Our topics in this course include talking about wishes, news, information and experiences. Our key grammar points covered include: -는다면, -았.었으면 하다, -을 만하다, -던데,  -는데요, -네요, -(으)로 인해서, -(으)면서,  -냐면, -기가 쉽다,  -(으)ㄹ 뿐만 아니라, 아무 (이)나, -는 듯이, 피동(이,히,리,기)

    If you have learnt all of these, you can consider taking the next course – Upper Intermediate 2

    Lesson Topics

    Lesson 1 – Warm up and Ice break
    Lesson 2 – My wishes
    Lesson 3 – My place
    Lesson 4 – News
    Lesson 5 – Accident and events
    Lesson 6 – Information
    Lesson 7 – Healthy food
    Lesson 8 – Experience
    Lesson 9 – Hometown
    Lesson 10 – Review and presentations

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