Prompts FOR BEGINNERS
This book is all about getting beginners to write well-developed sentences about themselves and their lives.
Language You Can Use
Too often language books show you language that you would never use.
This book is all about helping write sentences about your life and experiences.
We carefully selected simple prompts for you to answer in Korean.
There are 24 prompts in total, including:
"What do you do for work?"
"What's your favorite season?"
"Do you prefer cats or dogs?"
When you use this book, you are always making sentences that are relevant to you.
Build Relevant Sentences
When you make sentences relevant to you, using grammar and vocabulary you actually need, you retain more and learn more effectively.
Your brain works better when you make active connections to the language you are learning.
Practice real skills
Practice making sentences that you can really use in real life.
You can take any of the prompts in this book and use them to start conversations with native speakers.
Designed for beginners
This book was made with beginners in mind.
We provide lots of gentle support to help you as you go through it.
There are lots of grammar explanations, vocabulary words, and English translations provided.
Learn about Korean culture
You can't learn a language without learning a little bit about the culture.
Each chapter has a natural conversation and interesting information about Korean society and culture.
This book is 270 pages of full-color print.
Filled with beautiful pictures and illustrations.
Complete Chapter List
무슨 일을 하세요?
What do you do for work? / What’s your job?
어떤 계절을 가장 좋아하세요?
What’s your favorite season?
What are your hobbies?
베이킹을 할 수 있어요?
Can you bake?
무엇으로 하루를 시작해요?
What do you do to start your day?
한국에 가 본 적이 있나요?
Have you ever been to Korea?
여행하는 것을 좋아하세요?
Do you like traveling?
보통 건강을 위해 뭘 하세요?
What do you usually do for your health?
가장 싫어하는 집안일은 무엇인가요?
What chore do you hate the most?
제일 좋아하는 명절은 뭐예요?
What's your favorite holiday?
요리하는 것을 좋아하세요?
Do you like to cook?
최근에 어떤 고민이 있어요?
What are you worried about lately?
어떤 종류의 음악을 좋아하세요?
What kind of music do you like?
보통 어떻게 운동을 하나요?
How do you usually exercise?
병원에 입원한 적이 있어요?
Have you ever been hospitalized?
이상형은 어떤 사람이에요?
What kind of person is your ideal type?
어떤 것을 가르칠 수 있어요?
What can you teach?
여름에 즐겨하는 것이 뭐예요?
What do you enjoy doing in the summer?
영화를 보면 자주 울어요?
Do you often cry when you watch movies?
파티에 가는 것을 좋아하세요?
Do you like to go to parties?
개와 고양이 중에 어떤 동물을 좋아해요?
Do you prefer dogs or cats?
싫어하는 음식은 뭐예요?
What foods do you hate?
혼자서 살고 싶어요?
Do you want to live alone?
아침형 인간이에요? 저녁형 인간이에요?
Are you a morning person or a night owl?
Sample Pages: Chapter One
♡ Better Together♡
The grammar in Writing Conversational Korean For Beginners is color-coded to match chapters in Conversational Korean Grammar.
They are designed to be used together.
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"I got two PDFs for beginners: Conversational Korean Grammar and Writing Conversational Korean For Beginners. I use both books simultaneously.
I was so surprisingly shocked by the visuals and details and the teaching approach of the books. The illustrations are beautiful and captivating. Everything is color coded and easier to learn for visual learners like me. The rules are greatly explained. Most importantly the books teach you in such a way to write naturally and you learn how to use complex, connecting sentences from the start.
I used many other textbooks before and my main issue as a beginner that I may know many words but I could never write a cohesive, beautiful paragraph that sounds “smart”. I believe that even beginners should be taught how to write beautifully. And those books teach you that."
- Nastya Zhukova
December 30th, 2022