Beginner Korean Conversation 5 – One Cup of Coffee Please (plus Vocabulary and Phrases)

Fresh Korean Conversation - One Cup of Coffee Please

Once again it’s been a while since our last beginner conversation but welcome back for the long over due fifth part in our Beginner Practice Korean Conversation series. This conversation is at a coffee shop and is between, a customer “Jessica” who is ordering a cup of coffee (Cafe Latte) and gives her order to “Employee” (no name given). Employee also asks a few more detailed questions. This conversation can be modified depending on what you want as concepts should stay the same.

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Here is the “One Cup of Coffee Please” conversation in JPEG form. The higher quality PDF format is below, enjoy:

Fresh Korean Conversation - Coffee Please

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Vocabulary List & Useful Coffee Shop Phrases

Here are some really useful Coffee related vocabulary, some are related to signs and some related to conversation. This is also included within the PDF file above.

Fresh Korean Conversation - Coffee Vocabulary List

Here we have our top five coffee shop related phrases, some are in the conversation whilst some are not. Once again they are included in the PDF file which can be found above.

Fresh Korean Conversation - Coffee Phrase List

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Korean Writing Worksheet – Final Consonant 11 “ㅊ”

Final Korean Consonant Series - Fresh Korean

Hello and welcome to our new series of Korean Writing Worksheets. This series will look at the final consonant that completes Korean characters, and this series will look at the 14 basic varieties. Also all of the worksheets will use the vowel “” (ah) as a base reference, this therefore limits the series to just 14 parts, otherwise it would be 140 parts long (as there as 10 basic vowels).

In this part 11 we will look at the final consonant ““. This consonant sounds like an English “T“, which is different as if it where written as a primary consonant (which sounds like an English CH).
A couple of examples of  used in Korean words are: Bit (Light) and – Dong/Nyok (Clock Face).

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In this series worksheets are spread over 2 pages and can be downloaded either as a JPEG images or as a PDF file (below):

Final Consonant Korean Worksheet CH page 1

Final Consonant Korean Worksheet CH page 2

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Korean Possessive Pronouns Chart – Free PDF Download

This is the second part in our irregular Korean Grammar resources series, this second part one we look at a Korean Possessive Pronouns Chart. The chart shows both the formal and informal forms of each Possessive Pronoun. They are further subdivided into Singular and Plural.

Normally Korean (Hangul) sentences start with a Pronoun just like in English. So this chart is very useful either when speaking or writing in Korea. The only difference from English is that isn’t of having a genderless them, in Korean you can either describe a group of girls (them girls in English) or a group of boys (them boys).

Formal and Informal is very important in Hangul. In general you should speak formally whenever possible unless speaking with close friends or people much younger than you.

Korean Personal Pronouns Free Download

We have uploaded both JPEG (split into 2 parts) and high quality PDF version of the Korean Possessive Pronouns Chart for your enjoyment and use.

Fresh Korean Possesive Pronoun Chart Formal

This first part shows the formal form of the different possessive pronouns.

Fresh Korean Possesive Pronoun Chart Informal

This second part shows the informal form of the different Possessive pronouns.

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Korean Writing Worksheet – Final Consonant 10 “ㅋ”

Final Korean Consonant Series - Fresh Korean

Hello and welcome to our new series of Korean Writing Worksheets. This series will look at the final consonant that completes Korean characters, and this series will look at the 14 basic varieties. Also all of the worksheets will use the vowel “” (ah) as a base reference, this therefore limits the series to just 14 parts, otherwise it would be 140 parts long (as there as 10 basic vowels).

In this part 10 we will look at the final consonant ““. This consonant sounds like an English “K“, which is the same as if it where written as a primary consonant.
A few examples of  used in Korean words are: 부엌Bu/Ok (Kitchen), 동녘 – Dong/Nyok (The East) and 새벽녘 Sae/Byog/Nyok (At Dawn or Breaking Dawn).

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In this series worksheets are spread over 2 pages and can be downloaded either as a JPEG images or as a PDF file (below):

Final Consonant Korean Worksheet K Page 1

Final Consonant Korean Worksheet K Page 2

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Korean Writing Worksheet – Final Consonant 9 “ᄋ”

Final Korean Consonant Series - Fresh Korean

Hello and welcome to our new series of Korean Writing Worksheets. This series will look at the final consonant that completes Korean characters, and this series will look at the 14 basic varieties. Also all of the worksheets will use the vowel “” (ah) as a base reference, this therefore limits the series to just 14 parts, otherwise it would be 140 parts long (as there as 10 basic vowels).

In this part 9 we will look at the final consonant ““. This consonant sounds like an English “NG“, which is different from if where a primary consonant which is soundless / Silent.
A few examples of  used in Korean words are: Bbang (Bread),  – Gang (River) and  Yang (Sheep).

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In this series worksheets are spread over 2 pages and can be downloaded either as a JPEG images or as a PDF file (below):

Final Consonant Korean Worksheet NG Page 1

Final Consonant Korean Worksheet NG Page 2

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At the Bank – Extended Practice Korean Conversation 5 & Vocabulary List (Free Download / Printout)

Extended Korean Coversation - At the Bank

Hello again and welcome to our fifth Extended Korean Conversation. The topic for this fifth example conversation is “At the Bank” (은행에서), and is between two people Micheal (the customer) & a Bank Teller (the employee). They are talking about opening a new bank account and some other aspects of banking. Some of the concepts can be taken and used in a real life banking situation in South Korea.

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The conversation spans 2 full pages (plus a 3rd page of vocabulary) and should take between 10 and 15 minutes to read. The level is mainly based on beginner concepts. Due to the size of the conversation we’re only uploading a PDF version as a JPEG copy would not easily readable. We hope that you enjoy:

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Vocabulary & Phrase Lists

Here are some useful Korean vocabulary and phrases related to being at the bank:

Fresh Korean Bank Vocabulary

Fresh Korean Bank Phrases

In Conclusion

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Korean Writing Worksheet – Final Consonant 8 “ㅈ”

Final Korean Consonant Series - Fresh Korean

Hello and welcome to our new series of Korean Writing Worksheets. This series will look at the final consonant that completes Korean characters, and this series will look at the 14 basic varieties. Also all of the worksheets will use the vowel “” (ah) as a base reference, this therefore limits the series to just 14 parts, otherwise it would be 140 parts long (as there as 10 basic vowels).

In this part 8 we will look at the final consonant ““. This consonant sounds like an English “T“, which is different from if where a primary consonant. However if it it directly followed by an the primary sound (like an English “J”) is used there instead.
A couple of examples of  used in Korean words are: 맞다Mat/Da (Receive – Verb) and 갖추다 Gat/Chu/Da (Get Ready).

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In this series worksheets are spread over 2 pages and can be downloaded either as a JPEG images or as a PDF file (below):

Final Consonant Korean Worksheet J page 1

Final Consonant Korean Worksheet J page 2

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Finally

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