Unit 3: Lessons 59 – 66

Lesson59picLesson 59: In this lesson, instead of learning a few grammatical principles, you will learn a number of difficult words that don’t fit into one particular lesson or another. In this lesson, you will learn about 어쩌면, 아무래도, 가꾸다, 연세, 뵈다, 차림(으로) and 즉.
Lesson60picgLesson 60: Just like in the previous lesson, this lesson will teach you some difficult words that you would not otherwise understand. These are all words that you wouldn’t otherwise understand if you just saw them in a vocabulary list. In this lesson, you will learn about: 차다, 가득, 왠지, 설마, 찍다, 다행 and ~달.
Lesson61picLesson 61: In this lesson, you will learn about adding ~았/었으면 좋겠다 to the end of sentences to have the meaning of “hope.” In addition to this, you will learn about the word “바라다” and how this could also mean “hope” in Korean as well.
Lesson62picLesson 62: In this lesson, you will learn how to say that you are doing something at the same time as something else. The simplest way to say this is to use the grammatical form ~(으)면서, but of course, there are many peculiarities depending on the word.
Lesson63picLesson 63: In this lesson, you will learn a few different ways that you can use the grammatical form “~ㄹ/을까(요)”. This form can have a variety of meanings depending on the context, and I will introduce you to some of these meanings in this lesson. In addition to this, you will learn how to use ~ㄹ/을게(요) to indicate that you will do something.
Lesson64picLesson 64: In the previous lesson, you learned how to use the Korean ending “~ㄹ/을까(요)” in a few situations. In this lesson, you will learn about two more situations where you can use the same grammatical form, but to have different meanings. First, you will learn how to say “Do you think…” and second, you will learn how to say “I am thinking of doing…”.
Lesson65picLesson 65: In the past few lessons, you learned about a variety of situations where you can use “~ㄹ/을까(요).” In this lesson, you will learn one final way that you can use this form. In this lesson, you will learn about adding ~ㄹ/을까 봐 to sentences in order to create the meaning of “I am worried about/that…”
Lesson66picLesson 66: In this lesson, you will learn how to say “almost” in Korean. Though there is one word that you can use to say “almost” (거의), certain sentences in Korean require the use of the grammatical form “~ㄹ/을 뻔하다” when using “거의.”
Lessons59-66minitestpigLessons 59 – 66 Mini-Test: Test yourself on what you learned from Lessons 59 to 66! 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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