Wow! Another 95 characters! Now you know a total of 200 Hanja characters. Congratulations! Now it is time to put your knowledge to the test. Almost every character in Unit 2 can be found somewhere in this test – so I hope you were studying hard!
(The answers are at the bottom of the test)
1) Imagine you are in a hotel. Which of the following would you most likely see on a razor?
2) You want to meet an old friend that you don’t often anymore. Which of the following is not a plausible time to meet:
3) You are an some kind of educational square and you are surrounded by schools. You need to find the high school. Which one do you choose?
4) Which of the following words would have the meaning of “progress” in English?
5) At school today, your entire class will go on a 10 km walk for charity. You plan on meeting your friend. Which of the following is not a plausible place to meet your friend on the day of a walking tour?
6) You just realized that Shanghai means “above the sea.” Which of the following do you think is the correct way to refer to Shanghai in Chinese?
7) What is the word used to refer to the people who are the first to live in an area?
8) Which of the following is not a place where people usually work:
9) Which of the following words would have the meaning of “exchange” in English?
10) You now know how to recognize the Hanja characters for some of the major attractions in Seoul. Match the following Hanja characters with the correct attraction:
W) Myeong Dong Station
X) Han River Park
Z) Anguk Dong
11) Imagine you are at an amusement park. Which of the following words do you think would be used to represent the opening hours of the park?
12) Which of the following is not a profession?
13) Match the ideologies with their correct English translation. You haven’t learned the character “義” yet, but this is common to every word and its Korean pronunciation is “의.” You also haven’t learned the character “産”,” which you can see in choice b. I don’t think you would need this to solve this problem.
14) Which of the following words would have the meaning of “the worst” in English?
15) You are in a hostel in Taipei. The hostel has a kitchen, so you want to make yourself some eggs in the morning. You look in the cabinet for some oil that can be used for cooking. Which bottle would you choose?
16) Meiosis is a type of cellular division. You have learned about Meiosis before in high school. You remember that the purpose/result of Meiosis is that, when cells divide, the number of chromosomes is decreased (by half). Which of the following do you think is the correct word for Meiosis:
(The final character 裂 (열) is common to all words. You don’t need to know this character to solve this problem)
17) Match the Hanja characters with their correct meaning:
18) You are in a subway station in Seoul. You see an office where people working in the subway station perform their daily tasks. What sign would you most likely see on the door?
19) You are giving out free brochures to your event in Hong Kong. You want the public to know that the brochures are free. What would you write on the box holding the brochures?
20) I riding the shuttle train at Incheon International Airport in Korea. On the train, the following is written in Chinese/Hanja:
What is this sign trying to say?
a) Hold something while the train is moving
b) Get off on the left
c) Make sure to bring your belongings
d) These seats are for the weak
You can find the answers below!
10) W-d, X-a, Y-b, Z-c
13) W-a, X-c, Y-b, Z-d
17) U-b, V-d, W-a, X-e, Y-d, Z-c
That’s the end of Unit 2! I’m not sure when I’ll start uploading Lessons in Unit 3. For now, why don’t you start studying some more Korean?