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Wow, the end of Level 1, huh? That's pretty awesome. We'll look back at things in the review lesson next, but we've still got a lesson to go. Let's keep on going strong.
In this lesson, we're learning one more final grammar pattern. It's 'to need to + v. That is, of course, tomorrow (we trust you stuck to the one lesson a day rule, right?). For Day 3 we have a reading practice, which will review a lot of the new patterns we've introduced over the last few weeks. And for your Korean Plus, we'll finish the lesson on an easy note: we'll study adverbs of frequency: always, sometimes, never, et cetera.
But for today, let's look at some vocabulary. Yes, we know some of the words are repeats. You know why? Because you've already learned so many. Yep, you're pretty much a badass.
Have a look at the vocab below.
After you know this vocabulary, move on to DAY 2: Grammar to check out the final grammar rule of Level 1! →
A few words about this vocabulary, because I'm feeling chatty.
Remember how you learned after (후에) and before (전에) on the Korean Plus (Day 4) a few weeks back? Well it's coming back in your reading practice this week. Steel yourself.
왜냐하면 (because) is a cute word. It literally means if you ask why ... . Notice how it starts with 왜. Maybe that'll help you remember it. And maybe it'll help you remember some future grammar? Hmm...
지하철, or subway, comes from 지하 (underground) and 철. We don't really use 철 by itself, but 지하 comes up every now and then. Keep an ear out for it.
OK, I'm no longer chatty. Test yourself with the flashcards and quiz below.