SHIELD LANGUAGE INSTITUTE
COURSE DURATION: 3 MONTHS
TOTAL HOURS: 42 HOURS.
NUMBER OF CLASSES PER WEEK: 2
THIS COURSE IS SUITABLE FOR THOSE WHO WISH TO GO ABROAD FOR EDUCATION OR JOBS.
By the end of this course, you will already know enough to “get by” in Korean: you will be able to cope with the most common everyday situations by asking and answering simple questions, and you will be able to understand people when they speak to you about the situations covered.
Unit 1 - Greetings
You will be able to greet people in Korean, give your name and ask how people are.
Unit 2 - Professions
You will be able to ask and answer questions about your job in Korean; you will also be able to ask about and give your phone number.
Unit 3 - Nationalities and languages
You will be able to say where you come from in Korean and give the language you speak; you will also be able to ask other people about these subjects.
Unit 4 - Family
You will be able to talk about the people in your family (or, if you prefer, other people’s families) and say how old they are.
Unit 5 - Time and transport
You will be able to tell the time and give days and months in Korean; you will also be able to ask for a ticket on public transport.
Unit 6 - Freetime activities and weather
You will be able to say what you like or don’t like, and also talk about your freetime activities in Korean; you will also be able to say what the weather is like at the moment or at particular times of the year.
Unit 7 - Shopping for clothes
You will be able to ask about something in a shop in Korean, understand and talk about prices, and also describe clothes.
Unit 8 - Shopping for food
You will be able to talk about different meals, also food and drink; you will know what to say to buy these things from a shop using Korean.
Unit 9 - Accommodation
You will be able to book accommodation and check in using Korean, also know how to ask questions and talk about simple problems.
Unit 10 - Restaurants
You will be able to understand the main items on a menu and order a meal in a restaurant.
Information on options for Korean classes at level 1 is provided under Korean timetable.
By the end of this course, you will have expanded the range of situations which you are able to handle in Korean, and you will have begun to learn some basic grammar points; you can expect to be understanding more of what people say, and growing in your confidence to respond appropriately.
Unit 1 - Directions
You will be able to talk about where objects are in relation to one another and ask for directions to different places in Korean.
Unit 2 - House and home
You will be able to describe your home in Korean and say where in the house and in particular rooms things are to be found.
Unit 3 - Talking about people
You will be able to describe people, in terms of physical appearance and character.
Unit 4 - Free time
You will be able to talk about common free-time activities in Korean, and describe their appeal.
Unit 5 - Places in the world
You will be able to talk about cities and countries and where they are in relation to one another; you will also be able to describe how often you do something.
Unit 6 - Sickness and health
You will be able to say how you feel physically and talk about common medical conditions using Korean.
Unit 7 - At the supermarket
You will be able to describe what you are want to buy at the supermarket; also how to say that you are right or wrong, hot or cold, hungry or thirsty.
Unit 8 - At the chemist’s
You will be able to talk about things you need at the chemist’s in Korean, and both ask for and give reasons for wanting something.
Unit 9 - The big event
You will be able to talk about events and when they take place during the day.
Unit 10 - At the cinema
You will be able to describe a film in Korean and relate a simple story.
Information on options for Korean classes at level 2 is provided under Korean timetable.