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Korean Language Exercises 1

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This is Korean Language Exercises of Korean Basic Conversation, Korean Topic Marker and Sentence Endings Expressing Identification. Test yourself here to see whether you have understood the three Learn Korean lessons stated above. Korean is not a language that is easy to learn and use correctly and confidently. Therefore,  you must try to answer the questions without looking at the answers first. After this Korean Language Exercises 1, you may go through Korean Language Reading Practice 1. When you have learned the correct answers you should try to memories the correct sentences and use them in your speech and writing as often as you can. In this way you will help yourself to improve your Korean quickly. After this Korean Language Exercises 2, you may go through Korean Reading Practice 3 – What is your name?

Korean Language Exercises

1. Fill in the blanks with Korean topic marker 은/는.

(a) 저___ 마이크예요. – I am Mike.
(b) 브라이언___ 요리사에요. – Brian is a cook.
(c) 이분___ 미국 사람이에요. – This gentleman/lady is American.
(d) 지미씨___ 의사예요. – Jimmy is a doctor.
(e) 선생님___ 한국 사람이에요. – The teacher is Korean.

2. Fill in the blanks with Sentence Endings Expressing Identification 이에요/예요.

(a) 리사는 말레이사아 사람______. – Lisa is Malaysian.
(b) 토마스 씨는 회계사______. – Thomas is an accountant.
(c) 토니 씨는 소방관______. – Tony is a fire fighter.
(d) 비키 씨는 싱가폴 사람______. – Vicky is Singaporean.
(e) 이분은 은행원______. – This gentleman/lady is a bank employee.

3. Translates the sentences below into Korean.

(a) Yes, I am a Model.
(b) No, I am Canadian.
(c) I am a nurse.
(d) Are you Korean?
(e) Teacher, are you American?

Answer :

1. (a) 는, (b) 은, (c) 은, (d) 는, (e) 은
2. (a) 이에요, (b) 예요, (c) 이에요, (d) 이에요, (e) 이에요
3. (a) 네, 모델이에요. (b) 아니요, 캐나다 사람이에요. (c) 저는 간호사예요. (d) 한국 사람이에요? (e) 선생님은 미국 사람이에요?

Continue to Korean Language Exercises 2.

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