2019년 10월 5일


Classwork:

  • Review of grammar
  • Study of Korean particles:
    • ~이/가 is a SUBJECT marker (i.e., a particle that attaches to the end of a noun to identify it as the subject of a sentence)
    • ~을/를 is an OBJECT marker (i.e., a particle that attaches to the end of a noun to identify it as the object of a sentence)
    • ~으로/로 = “using” or “by means of”
    • ~부터 = “from” (a certain time)
    • ~에 = “at” (a certain time or place)
    • ~에서 = “from” (a certain place)
    • ~한테 = ~에게 = “to” (someone)
    • ~한테서 = ~에게서 = “from” (someone)
    • ~까지 = “to” or “until” (a certain place/time)
    • ~동안 = during
  • Special units for counting:
    • 장 for counting thin, flat objects (such as stamps, tickets, and sheets of paper)
    • 살 for counting years of age
    • 대 for counting machinery (such as cars, airplanes, and boats)
    • 권 for counting books
    • 병 for counting bottles
    • 층 for counting floors (of a building) or layers
  • We watched a video about the Korean alphabet and its invention so that students can better appreciate the significance of Hangul Day (October 8).

Homework: Review our new vocabulary words.