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Level Three

Welcome and congratulations on a great choice that will help you boost your Korean-speaking skills forward, not only over the course of the next three weeks, but forever as long as you continue to apply this simple yet effective method.  Please watch the following video for instructions on what to do next.

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Program Content

Class 25a: Hobbies (part one)

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Level #3 Intro Video

Listening Activities "Recommended Study Method"

Class 25a-1: The Vocab for Today’s Class

NOTE #1

Class 25a-2: The one about Duration

Class 25a-3: The First One About Frequency

Class 25a-4: The Second One About Frequency

Class 25a-5: The one about Cost (of doing a certain activity)

Class 25a-6: The one about how to say "It seems..."

Class 25a-7: A brief intro to 'when-clauses'

Class 25a-8: Some Sub-structures

Class 25a-9: General Translation of Emily’s Target Question #1 (ETQ1)

NOTE #2

Class 25a-10: The one about 'when-clauses'

Class 25a-11: The second one about 'when-clauses'

Class 25a-12: To talk about activities you like to do

Class 25a-13: The one about 'or'

Class 25a-14: General Translation of Rachel's Target Question #1 (RTQ1)

Class 25a-15: Some final comments about the class

That is it for lesson #25a

Class 25b: Hobbies (part two)

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Class 25b-1: The Vocab for Today’s Class

Note #1

Class 25b-2: Some sub-structures

Class 25b-3: ETQ2 General Translation

Note #2

Class 25b-4: Using the structure "I want to..."

Class 25b-5: General Translation (ETQ3)

Note #3

Class 25b-6: General Translation (RTQ3)

Note #4

Class 25b-7: Some more sub-structures

Class 25b-8: General Translation (ETQ4)

Note #5

Class 25b-9: "I know how to..."

Class 25b-10: General Translation (RTQ4)

That is it for lesson #25b!

Class 26a: Vacations (part one)

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Class 26a-1: The Vocab for Today’s Class

Note #1

Class #26a-2: Talking about Experiences

Class #26a-3: Comparing Elements of a Group

Class #26a-4: Making Direct Comparisons (travel preferences)

Class #26a-5: The Double (or "Super"!) Past Tense

Class #26a-6: General Translation (RTQ1)

Note #2

Class #26a-7: Find the Examples...(super past tense)...

Class #26a-8: General Translation (ETQ1)

Note #3

Class #26a-9: Talking about a "Memorable" Trip

Class #26a-10: General Translation (RTQ2)

Note #4

Class #26a-11: Giving additional, relative facts

Class #26a-12: 'Because' clauses

Class #26a-13: General Translation (ETQ2)

Class #26a-14: Some Final Comments...

That is it for lesson #26a!

Class 26b: Vacations (part two)

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Class #26b-1: The Vocab for Today's Class

Note #1

Class #26b-2: a 'recent trip' and a 'listing' strategy

Class #26b-3: General Translation (RTQ3)

Note #2

Class #26b-4: things that 'happen' or 'occur'

Class #26b-5: going or coming with a purpose

Class #26b-6: Even though...

Class #26b-7: General Translation (ETQ3)

Note #3

Class #26b-8: how to quote statements

Class #26b-9: General Translation (RTQ4)

Note #4

Class #26b-10: using question words in/as statements

Class #26b-11: General Translation (ETQ4)

That is it for lesson #26b!

Class 27a: Your Neighbourhood and Life (part one)

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Class #27a-1: The Vocab for Today's Class

Note #1

Class #27a-2: How to say "almost" or "nearly"

Class #27a-3: The first conversation you'll practice in class

Class #27a-4: some formal vs. less formal language

Video #27a-5: General Translation (ETQ1)

Note #2

Class #27a-6: How to say 'since' a particular time or event...

Class #27a-7: General Translation (RTQ1)

Note #3

Class #27a-8: How to say "I like to..."

Class #27a-9: General Translation (ETQ2)

Note #4

Class #27a-10: Some "backburner" stuff

Note #5

Class #27a-11: How to say "near ~" (sentence expansion)

Class #27a-12: More on listing (describing neighbourhoods)

Class #27a-13: More insight into the difference between 이/가 and 은/는

Class #27a-14: General Translation (ETQ3)

Some final comments about the stuff we're learning...

That is it for lesson #27b!

Class 27b: Your Neighbourhood and Life (part two)

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Class #27b: a short intro

Class #27b-1: The Vocab for Today's Class

Note #1

Class #27b-2: Another way to Express Proximity

Class #27b-3: Another 'Descriptive Phrase' Example

Class #27b-4: General Translation (RTQ3)

Note #2

Class #27b-5: General Translation (ETQ4)

Note #3

Class #27b-6: Some Super "Backburner" Stuff

Class #27b-7: General Translation (RTQ4)

Note #4

Class #27b-8: Some Structure Combos

Class #27b-9: General Translation (ETQ5)

Note #5

Class #27b-10: General Translation (RTQ5)

That is it for lesson #27b!

Class 28a: Daily Routines (part one)

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Class #28a-1: The Vocab for Today's Class

Note #1

Class #28a-2: a Way to Express Approximate Time

Class #28a-3: Talking about Obligation

Video #28a-4: Expressing Exclamation or Admiration over Something Just Realized

Class #28a-5: General Translation (ETQ1)

Note #2

Class #28a-6: Talking about a Sequence of Events

Class #28a-7: General Translation (RTQ1)

Note #3

Class #28a-8: How to Say "After" You Do Something

Class #28a-9: General Translation (ETQ2)

Note #4

Class #28a-10: How to say "Between (a time) and (a time)"

Class #28a-11: Making Sentences Negative

Class #28a-12: An expression to mean "Sometimes" or at "certain times"

Class #28a-13: "There are times when I...and there are times when I..."

Class #28a-14: General Translation (RTQ2)

Note #5

Class #28a-15: ETQ3 General Translation (plus some extra stuff)

Class #28a-16: General Translation (RTQ3)

That is it for lesson #28a!

Class 28b: Daily Routines (part two)

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Video #28b-1: INTRO/VOCAB

Video #28b-2: General Translation for ETQ4

Video #28b-3: General Translation for RTQ4

Video #28b-4: General Translation for ETQ5

Video #28b-5: General Translation for RTQ5

Video #28b-6: General Translation for ETQ6

Video #28b-7: General Translation for RTQ6

That is it for lesson #28b!

Class 29a: Seasons and Weather (part one)

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Video #29a-1: INTRO/VOCAB

Video #29a-2: General Translation for ETQ1

Video #29a-3: General Translation for RTQ1

Video #29a-4: General Translation for ETQ2

Video #29a-5: General Translation for RTQ2

Video #29a-6: 을/를 vs. 이/가

Video #29a-7: General Translation for ETQ3

Video #29a-8: "Spring is good FOR starting new things"

Video #29a-9: General Translation RTQ3

That is it for lesson #29a!

Class 29b: Seasons and Weather (part two)

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Video #29b-1: INTRO/VOCAB

Video #29b-2: General Translation for ETQ4

Video #29b-3: Another way to talk about experiences

Video #29b-4: The False "Passive Voice"

Video #29b-5: General Translation for ETQ5

Video #29b-6: Making predictions, etc.

Video #29b-7: General Translation for RTQ5

That is it for lesson #29b!

Class 30a: Bucket Lists and Hypotheticals (part one)

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Starting with a note this time…

Video #30a-1: INTRO/VOCAB

Video #30a-2: Declarations

Video #30a-3: "Before I..."

Video #30a-4: General Translation ETQ1

Video #30a-5: To think about doing something...

Video #30a-6: Describing Activities

Video #30a-7: General Translation for RTQ1

Video #30a-8: A bit about the practice session for Class #30a

That is it for lesson #30a!

Class 30b: Bucket Lists and Hypotheticals (part two)

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Video #30b-1: INTRO/VOCAB

Video #30b-2: General Translation (ETQ2)

Video #30b-3: General Translation (RTQ2)

Video #30b-4: General Translation (ETQ3)

Video #30b-5: General Translation (RTQ3)

That is it for lesson #30b!

About the Teacher

Rob Julien

Rob has been helping people successfully learn the Korean language since 2006, and has become well known for breaking down the language in a way that makes sense and is easy to apply and learn from.  In this course he aims to help people begin putting everything together in an effort to connect more complex structures and thoughts, and become more "conversational".

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