Academic year
2023/2024 Syllabus of previous years
Official course title
Course code
LT005J (AF:349033 AR:248052)
On campus classes
ECTS credits
Degree level
Bachelor's Degree Programme
Educational sector code
2nd Semester
Course year
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This course falls within the characterizing teachings of the "Korea" curriculum of the course "Languages, Cultures and Societies of Asia and Mediterranean Africa".
Its formative objectives fall within the area of language skills learning.
1. Complete the knowledge of grammatical structures of Korean at intermediate/advanced level.
Knowledge and understanding of the usage of grammatical structures of Korean at intermediate/advanced level (CEFR Level B2+/C1)

2. Ability to apply language knowledge and comprehension:
Ability to identify grammar categories and their properties.
Demonstrate a general comprehension of Korean grammatical structures for intermediate/advanced levels.
Ability to describe constructs and grammatical phoenomena of Korean, acquired during the course.
Ability to make a correct use of terminology and basic tools of synctactic analysis acquired.
Having completed and passed Korean Language 2 mod 2
1 lesson –‘-치고는’(no exceptions/exceptions), the copula transferentive,, from / first '부터'
2 lesson – ‘-(으)ㄴ/는대로’ (as soon as / in accordance with), the copula transferentive, is fairly ....pretty
3 lesson - transferentive, supposition form
4 lesson – ‘–(으)ㄴ/는/(으)ㄹ 듯, -(으)ㄴ/는/(으)ㄹ 듯하다, -듯이’ (as.../like), even though, passive form
5 lesson - experience, the past form ‘-었었/았었/였었-’
6 lesson - discovery, cause, the second best
7 lesson - interruption, causative form, refutation
8 lesson - progress, ‘-(으)ㄹ수록’ (degree/ getting...), the particle '에'
9 lesson - while, although, besides being ... it is also
10 lesson - exclamation, emphasize something
11 lesson - cause
12 lesson – ‘-느니 차라리’( rather than...), supposition
13 lesson - hope /wish / desire, until / too
14 lesson – ‘만에’ (in / after time), ‘-아/어/여 내다’ (finally finish one´s work), it’s really..., both A and B
15 lesson - review and summary
Ross King, Jae-Hoon Yeon, Chungsook Kim and Donald Baker, Advanced Korean, Tuttle Publishing: 2015

Additional texts:
- Ihm Ho Bin et al., Korean Grammar for International Learners, Yonsei University Press, Seoul: 2001
- Lee Iksop and Ramsey Robert S., The Korean Language, SUNY Press, New York: 2000.
- Martin, Samuel E., A Reference Grammar of Korean, Tuttle Publishing, Rutland Vermont & Tokyo: 1992.
- Sohn Ho-Min, Korean, Routledge, London and New York:1994.
- Sohn Ho-Min, The Korean Language, Cambridge University Press, Cambridge: 1999.

Further materials will be distributed in class.
Written and oral examinations, on grammatical forms, colloquial Korean, short compositions. The written test lasts about 1 hr 30.
Grammar lessons and language practice with native speakers.
The exam for Korean Language 3.1 is an independent examination originating a final vote. This vote is the average for all results obtained in the various tests. Each test must be passed with at least 18 as a score, in order to be counted for the final score.
written and oral
Definitive programme.
Last update of the programme: 26/06/2023