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Continue from Korean Language Exercises 3, this is Korean Language Exercises of the three previous Learn Korean Lessons – Korean Subject Marker, Korean Informal Polite Sentence Endings, and Korean Object Marker. 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. 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.

Korean Language Exercises

1. Fill in the blanks with the correct Korean Subject Markers -이/가.

(a) 알리사_____ 러시아 사람이에요. – Alisa is Russian.
(b) 브랜든_____ 일본 사람이에요. – Brandon is Japanese.
(c) 선생님_____ 한국 사람이에요. – The teacher is Korean
(d) 이것은 신문_____ 아니에요. – This is not a newspaper.
(e) 저것은 냉장고_____ 아니에요. – This is not a refrigerator.

2. Fill in the blanks with the correct Korean Object Marker -을/를.

(a) 영어_____ 가르쳐요. – Teach English.
(b) 음악_____ 들어요. – Listen music.
(c) 커피_____ 마셔요. – Drink coffee.
(d) 한국어_____ 배워요. – Study Korean.
(e) 신문_____ 읽어요. – Read newspaper.

3. Change the following to the present tense (Korean Informal Polite Sentence Endings)

(a) 일하다 (to work) – __________
(b) 앉다 (to sit) – __________
(c) 보다 (to see) – __________
(d) 시작하다 (to start) – __________
(e) 알다 (to know) – ___________
(f) 가르치다 (to teach) – ___________
(g) 신다 (to wear) – ___________
(h) 운동하다 (to exercise) – __________
(i) 입다 (to wear) ___________
(j) 쉬다 (to take a rest) – __________
(k) 공부하다 (to study) – ___________
(l) 주다 (to give) – ___________
(m) 끝나다 (to be over) – ___________
(n) 자다 (to sleep) – __________

Answer :

1. (a) 가 (b) 이 (c) 이 (d) 이 (e) 가
2. (a) 를 (b) 을 (c) 를 (d) 를 (e) 을
3. (a) 일해요 (b) 앉아요 (c) 봐요 (d) 시작해요 (e) 알아요 (f) 가르쳐요 (g) 신어요 (h) 운동해요 (i) 입어요 (j) 쉬어요 (k) 공부해요 (l) 줘요 (m) 끝나요 (n) 자요

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