Topic/Revision Classes

How to best understand the Korean language as an English speaker.


Study Skills Masterclass

Haven't been a student in a few decades? Not sure how to organise your notes and schedule? This lesson is recommended to EVERYONE who studying Korean and want to make the most out of their time and effort.

  • Effective note-taking
  • Organising your notebook and vocab lists.
  • Preparing for lessons and what to do during and after class
  • How to schedule your Korean study to match your lifestyle
  • Best way to memorise vocab
  • Beginners and Advanced tips on how to effectively understand Korean language as an English speaker

Suitable for all levels of Korean from beginners to advanced.

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English vs. Korean Grammar

Understanding the basics grammar is an essential part of learning a new language because it serves as a point of reference. 

  • What is a Topic, Subject Object?
  • What are adverbs, adjectives, nouns, verbs?
  • How can we apply this to Korean language?
  • What are the main differences between Korean and English in terms of grammar?

Suitable for all levels of Korean from beginners to advanced.

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Understanding spoken Korean

Are you learning Korean so you can be great at reading and writing it? Surely not! Here's how you can wean yourself off having to write something down in order to understand it.

  • Tips and shortcuts on listening and interpreting to Korean
  • How to not rely on written text when translating.

Suitable for Secondary Beginners term 2 and above.

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Hangeul History

How did Hangeul become what it is today?

  • Who created Hangeul and why?
  • What is the relationship between Korean and Chinese language?
  • What happened before Hangeul?
  • How did Hangeul develop to what it is today and what changes did it go through?

It will help if you know a little bit of Hangeul for this lesson.

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Pronunciation Masterclass

Korean pronunciation is completely different to English but there IS a way! This lesson covers EVERYTHING you need to know about Korean pronunciation.

  • 3 x Carry on Rules
  • Special Rules
  • Combined vowels
  • Reading complex combinations

Suitable for people who can read and write Korean.

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Hangeul and Reading

This lesson is not to teach you how to read and write. It's for people who have learnt it but still feeling unconfident in writing or memorising it.

  • Gain confidence in reading
  • Accuracy in writing and typing
  • Tips on how to rcognising different patterns
  • Tips on memorising characters
  • How to write non-Korean words in Hangeul

Suitable for people who have learnt to read and write Hangeul. 

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Korean adverbs are really simple to use as long as you understand the rules to structure them. Learn the most common Korean adverbs and how to use them in daily sentences!

  • Ordering sentences
  • Splitting NounVerbs
  • 잘, 못, 안,
  • Quantity & Frequency adverbs
  • How to use more than one adverb in a sentence

Suitable for Secondary Beginners and above.

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Primary Verb Variations

We will the most commonly used and foundational verb conjugations in Korean. We will also use this to cover the difference between the most common types of Noun-Verbs 되다/하다/나다.

  • How to understand 되다/하다/나다 ending words
  • Dictionary
  • Basic
  • Basic Formal
  • Basic Past-tense
  • Basic Past-tense Formal
  • Respectful
  • Respectful Past-tense

Suitable for Complete Beginners term 2 and above.

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Particles are arguable one of the trickiest things about Korean since they don't exist in English. This lesson covers the following particles with a focus on 이가, 을를, 이가.

  • The contextual differences between 이가, 을를, 은는 and when to omit them
  • Direction and Tool: 으로/로
  • Possessive: 의
  • Place: 에서
  • Time: 에

Suitable for Fundamentals and above



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This is one of the most common types of sentences in Korean. It's used in the most basic sentences as well as much more advanced ones. 

  • Recognising when to use Noun is Noun in English sentences
  • Apply it to basic and complex sentences

Suitable for Complete Beginners Term 2 and above.

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Advanced Conjugations

Revision of some of the more advanved variations.

  • Let’s: 하자
  • Pure Adjectives: ㄴ,은
  • Respectful: 시다/셔
  • Confirmation: 지/죠
  • Past-tense Dictionary: ㅆ다

Suitable for Fundamentals term 2 and above.

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