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All Beginner Korean Grammar

Updated: Nov 30, 2023

안녕하세요 여러분! In this blog, I have Included a MASTERLIST of "ALL" the Korean beginning level grammar. There may be a couple more that were not Included, but trust me... this is all you need to know!

A small disclaimer before I continue.. I have found this masterlist on sayhikorean.blogspot where they have lessons on all this grammar (from the Korean Grammar In Use textbook series).

As for linking to lessons, I'll either link to a lesson I really like on something, leave it without a link, OR I'll link a lesson that I have made.



Expressing Korean Alphabets, Numbers, Dates and Times in Korean

Expressing Tenses and Negation in Korean

How to Use Particles in Korean

Expressing Listing and Contrast in Korean

Expressing Time Events in Korean

Expressing Ability in Korean

Expressing Demandsm Permission, and Prohibition In Korean

Expressing Hopes In Korean

Expressing Reasons and Causes In Korean

Expressing Requests and Assisting in Korean

10.1 V-아/어 주다 and V-아/어 주세요 grammar = assist / please do ~assisting someone or making a request to someone

10.2 V-아/어 줄게요, V-아/어 줄까요? grammar = Shall I, Let me, I will ~attempt to help someone

Expressing Experiences in Korean

11.1 V-아/어 보다 grammar = try, have tried ~ tell or ask someone to try or experience something

11.2 V-(으)ㄴ 적이 있다, V-아/어 본 적이 있다 grammar = have done, have tried ~express the past experience

Expressing Suggestions and Asking Opinions in Korean

12.1 V-(으)ㄹ까요? grammar = (1) shall we, why don’t we…? (2) shall I, should I…?

12.2 V-ㅂ/읍시다 grammar = let’s, shall we ~suggest someone doing something together

12.3 V-(으)시겠어요? grammar = would you like, why not...? ~politely suggesting or asking for preference

12.4 V-(으)ㄹ래요 grammar = (1) do you want to, how about? (2) be going to, will

Expressing Plans and Intentions in Korean

13.1 A/V-겠어요 grammar = (1) will, plan to; (2) looks, sounds

13.2 V-(으)ㄹ게요 grammar = (I) will ~express intention or promise to do something

13.3 V-(으)ㄹ래요 grammar = (1) do you want to, how about? (2) be going to, will

Expressing Purpose and Intention In Korean

Expressing Suppositions and Conditions In Korean

Expressing Conjecture (or Guess) In Korean

Expressing Suffix Changes in Parts of Speech

Expressing State-of-Being In Korean

Confirming Infirmation In Korean

Expressing Discovery, Surprise, and so on

Quoting In Korean

Irregular Conjugations and Connective Adverbs In Korean

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