Unit 3: Lessons 51 – 58

Lesson51picLesson 51: In this lesson, you will build on your understanding of the ~는 것 principle. In earlier lessons, you learned how to add ~기 to words to make nouns. In this lesson, you will learn how to add ~기도 하고 ~기도 하다 to words to emphasize verbs in sentences with the word “too.”

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Lesson52picLesson 52: In this lesson, you will learn how to quote people (including yourself) when making sentences. You will learn about making quoted sentences in the past, present and future tenses!

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Lesson53picLesson 53: In this lesson, you will add to your knowledge of what you learned in the previous lesson by learning more about making quoted sentences. In this lesson, you will learn how to quote sentences of suggestion (~자고) and sentences of question (냐고). In addition, you will learn how to form direct quotes.

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Lesson54picLesson 54: In this lesson, you will learn how to quote sentences in the imperative mood: that is, sentences where somebody is giving a command or order to somebody else. This is probably the hardest of all three “quoting” lessons, but is very important!

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Lesson55picnLesson 55: In this lesson, you will learn how to quote with 주다 using 달다. You will see how this can be used in quoted sentences as 달라고 or ~아/어 달라고. In addition, you will learn about 부탁(하다) and how it is often used with 달다.

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Lesson56picLesson 56: In this lesson, you will learn how to say “I make” or “I let.” Just like with a lot of other Korean grammatical principles, this one doesn’t make sense at first to English speakers, simply because the construction is so different from English grammar.

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Lesson57picLesson 57: In the previous lesson, you learned how to add ~게 하다 to words to create the meaning of “making” or “letting” somebody do something. In this lesson, you will learn another way to express that you are “making” somebody do something by using the ending ~시키다.

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Lesson58picnLesson 58: In this lesson, you will learn about the grammatical principles ~(이)나, and ~거나. These can be used in sentences to commonly mean “or.”

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QuizPictureLessons 51 – 58 Mini Test: Test yourself on what you learned from Lessons 51 to 58! A Mini-Test like this will be uploaded after every eight lessons. Don’t worry if the test doesn’t go so well – this website is here to help you!

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