Academic year
2022/2023 Syllabus of previous years
Official course title
Course code
LT001J (AF:355537 AR:185800)
On campus classes
ECTS credits
6 out of 12 of KOREAN LANGUAGE
Surnames M-Z
Degree level
Bachelor's Degree Programme
Educational sector code
2nd Semester
Course year
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Korean Language mod. 1 '(second language) is one of the core courses within the "China" and "Japan" curriculum of the Corso di Laurea in "Lingue, Culture e Società dell'Asia e dell'Africa Mediterranea". Its formative objectives fall within the area of language skills learning.
Two modules divided into the two semesters.
1. Language knowledge and language comprehension:
Complete the knowledge of grammatical structures of Korean at Beginners' level. Knowledge and understanding of the usage of grammatical structures of Korean at Beginners' level (CEFR Level A1+/A2)

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 beginners. Ability to describe constructs and grammatical phenomena of Korean, acquired during the course. Ability to make a correct use of terminology and basic tools of syntactic analysis acquired.
(past and future events, weather and seasons, time, make suggestions and appointments. etc)
Have acquired the learning outcomes indicated by "Korean language mod. 1"
Lesson 1 – The Particles(review), Numbers(2), Money
Lesson 2 - Korean classifiers, the particle '에', adverbs of frequency
Lesson 3 - The form -(으)러 가다/오다, the negative form, the form -고 싶다
Lesson 4 - The particle 이랑, the particle (으)로, the particle 은/는, the suffix -고
Lesson 5 - The particle 에게 and 한테, the particle 에게서 and 한테서, the verb 주다, the particle (으)로
Lesson 6 - Korean honorifics, Irregular verbs
Lesson 7 - Korean Verbs for 'to wear', adverb 같이/함께, the particle 마다, the particle 만
Lesson 8 - The suffix 씩, the suffix 쯤
Lesson 9 - The suffix 군요, the future form, korean connective ending -지만
Lesson 10 - The potential positive and potential negative, modifier -(으)ㄴ/는/(으)ㄹ
Lesson 11 - Modifier -(으)ㄴ/는/(으)ㄹ, korean clausal connective -어서/아서 (causal, sequential)
Lesson 12 – The particle 이나, the form -아/어/여 보다
Lesson 13 – The form 때/-(으)ㄹ 때, the suffix -거나, korean clausal connective -(으)니까
Lesson 14 – The form -고 있다, the suffix -자마자
Lesson 15 – Grammar’s full review
Andrea De Benedittis, Lingua Coreana 1, Libreria Editrice Cafoscarina (1 settembre 2014)
King. Ross and Yeon Jae-Hoon, Elementary Korean, Tuttle Pub; Bilingual edition (28 July 2014)
The final exam consists of a written test (about 1 h) with multiple choice questions and open questions on the course program.

The 12 credits associated with this class will be achieved after passing the Mod 1 and Mod 2(final) exam. The final grade will be determined by the average of the grades obtained in each of the two tests
The grade achieved in part I (Mod 1) will be valid until the completion of part II (Mod 2) and no later than the first appeal of January of the following year.
In case of failure to pass part II (Mod 2) the first appeal in January, the student will have to take again the exam of the first part (Mod 1) and will be able to do starting from the second appeal of January.
Lectures and exercises with Power Point presentations. Presentations and in-depth materials will be available on the moodle.
Definitive programme.
Last update of the programme: 06/09/2022