Global Books-in-Print. We deliver worldwide.
 
Modern Korean Grammar
Modern Korean Grammar
Click to enlarge
Author(s): Byon, Andrew Sangpil
ISBN No.: 9781138931305
Pages: 366
Year: 201706
Format: Trade Cloth (Hard Cover)
Price: £114.00
Dispatch delay: Dispatched between 7 to 15 days
Status: Available (Forthcoming)

Acknowledgements Preface Part A: Structures Chapter 1: Nouns Notes before reading 1.1 Three groups in the Korean nouns 1.2 Noun formation 1.3 Prenouns and Bound nouns 1.4 Some characteristics of Korean nouns 1.4.1 Positions 1.4.


2 Gender 1.4.3 Plurality 1.4.4 Collocations 1.4.5 Honorific nouns Chapter 2: Pronouns 2.1 The first person pronoun 2.


2 The second person pronoun 2.3 The third person pronoun 2.4 Indefinite pronouns Chapter 3: Numbers and Counters 3.1 Numbers 3.2 Counters 3.3 Sino-Korean numbers vs. native Korean numbers 3.4 Counting 3.


5 Ordinals Chapter 4: Nominalizers 4.1 The nominalizing ending ~기 4.1.1 ~기가 어렵다 "difficult to" 4.1.2 ~기가 무섭게/바쁘게 "just after" 4.1.3 ~기 나름이다 "depending on ~ing" 4.


1.4 ~기는(요)? "What do you mean?" 4.1.5 ~기나 하다 "at least do" 4.1.6 ~기는 하다 "indeed" 4.1.7 ~기는커녕 "far from ~ing" 4.


1.8 ~기도 하다 "also does" 4.1.9 ~기 때문에 "because of ~ing" 4.1.10 ~기로 하다 "decide to" 4.1.11 ~기를 바라다/원하다 "hope" 4.


1.12 ~기 마련이다 "bound to" 4.1.13 ~기 시작하다 " begin" 4.1.14 ~기 십상이다 "it is easy to" 4.1.15 ~기에는 "as for (doing something)" 4.


1.16 ~기에 따라서 "according to" 4.1.17 ~기에 앞서서 "before ~ing" 4.1.18 ~기 위해서 "as for ~ing" 4.1.19 ~기 일쑤이다 "routinely" 4.


1.20 ~기 전에 "before ~ing" 4.1.21 ~기 짝이 없다 "beyond measure" 4.2 The nominalizing ending ~(으)ㅁ 4.3 The nominalizing ending ~이 4.4 The use of ~는 것 to create a noun form Chapter 5: Case particles I 5.1 Case and special particles 5.


2 Characteristics of particles 5.3 The subject particle 이/가 5.3.1 The particle 이/가 in negation 5.3.2 Double subject constructions 5.3.3 Interplay between the subject and the topic particles 5.


4 The direct object particle 을/를 5.5 The possessive particle 의 Chapter 6: Case particles II 6.1 Particles of location and movement 6.1.1 에 "to/in/at/per/in addition to" 6.1.2 에다(가) "in/on/addition to" 6.1.


3 에서 "from/at/in" 6.1.4 (으)로부터 "from" 6.1.5 한테/에게/께 "to" 6.1.6 한테(서)/에게(서) "from" 6.2 Instrumental particle 6.


2.1 (으)로(서/써) "as/by/with" 6.3 Comitative particles 6.3.1 과/와 "and/with" 6.3.2 (이)랑 "and/with" 6.3.


3 하고 "and/with" Chapter 7: Special particles I 7.1 The differences between case and special particles 7.2 Particles of topic and focus 7.2.1 은/는 "as for" 7.2.2 (이)야 "if it be" 7.2.


3 (이)야말로 "indeed" 7.3 Particles of comparison and contrast 7.3.1 보다 "more than" 7.3.2 같이/처럼 "like" 7.3.3 만큼 "as.


as" 7.3.4 따라 "unusually" 7.3.5 대로 "in accordance with" 7.4 Particles of frequency 7.4.1 마다 "every" 7.


4.2 씩 "each" Chapter 8: Special particles II 8.1 Particles of extent 8.1.1 부터 "from" 8.1.2 까지 "to, until, including (even)" 8.1.


3 도 "also, even" 8.1.4 마저/조차 "even" 8.1.5 만 "only" 8.1.6 밖에 "nothing but" 8.1.


7 뿐 "only, just" 8.1.8 은/는커녕 "far from" 8.2 Particles of approximation and optionality 8.2.1 쯤 "about" 8.2.2 (이)나 "about, or, just" Chapter 9: Verbs, adjectives, and copula 9.


1 Verbs and adjectives 9.1.1 Stems 9.1.2 Vowel- and consonant-based stems 9.2 Endings 9.2.1 Pre-final endings 9.


2.2 Non-sentence-final endings 9.2.3 Sentence-final endings 9.3 The copula 이다 Chapter 10: Irregular predicates 10.1 ㄷ-irregular 10.2 ㅂ-irregular 10.3 ㅅ-irregular 10.


4 ㅎ-irregular 10.5 으-Irregular 10.6 르-irregular 10.7 ㄹ-irregular Chapter 11: Past tense 11.1 Past tense marker ~었/았 11.2 Double past tense marker ~었었/았었 11.3 The retrospective suffix ~더 Chapter 12: Future tense and aspect 12.1 Future tenses 12.


1.1 ~(으)ㄹ 거 "will" 12.1.2 ~(으)ㄹ래 "will(intend)" 12.1.3 ~(으)ㄹ게 "will(promise)" 12.1.4 ~겠 "will (intend), conjecture" 12.


2 Continuous tense/aspect 12.2.1 ~고 있다 12.2.2 ~어/아 있다 Chapter 13: Auxiliary verbs I 13.1 ~어/아 가다 /오다 "continue to" 13.2 ~어/아 내다 "do all the way to the very end" 13.3 ~어/아 놓다 (or 두다) "do for later" 13.


4 ~어/아 대다 "do continuously" 13.5 ~어/아 버리다 "end up doing" 13.6 ~어/아 보다 "try (doing something)" Chapter14: Auxiliary verbs II 14.1 ~어/아 보이다 "appear to be" 14.2 ~어/아 빠지다 "fall into a negative state" 14.3 ~어/아 주다 "do for" 14.4 ~어/아 치우다 "do hurriedly" 14.5 ~어/아하다 "be in the state of" 14.


6 ~어/아지다 "become" Chapter 15: Auxiliary verbs III 15.1 ~고 말다 "end up ~ing" 15.2 ~고 보다 "try (doing something first) and see later" 15.3 ~고 싶다 "want" 15.4 ~(으)ㄹ까 싶다 "am afraid/wonder" 15.5 ~(으)ㄹ까 보다 "am thinking of" 15.6 ~(으)ㄹ 까 하다/생각하다 "I am thinking of ~ing" 15.7 ~나/(으)ㄴ가 보다 "I guess" 15.


8 ~게 되다 "turns out" 15.9 ~어/아야 되다/하다 "must" Chapter 16: Clausal connectives I 16.1 Restrictions 16.2 Clausal conjunctives (reasons and cause) 16.2.1 ~어/아서 "so, and then" 16.2.2 ~(으)니까 "as, since, because" 16.


2.3 ~(으)ㄹ 테니까 "since" 16.2.4 ~느라고 "as a result of" 16.2.5 ~(으)므로 "because of" 16.2.6 ~더니 "but, since" 16.


2.7 ~길래 "so, since" Chapter 17: Clausal connectives II 17.1 Clausal conjunctives (background) 17.1.1 ~는/(으)ㄴ데 "and, but, while" 17.1.2 ~(으)ㄹ 텐데 "I guess that." 17.


2 Clausal conjunctives (contrast) 17.2.1 ~지만 "although" 17.2.2 ~(으)나 "but, however" 17.2.3 ~(으)나 마나 "whether. or not" 17.


2.4 ~어/아도 "although" 17.2.5 ~는/(으)ㄴ데도 "although, even after" 17.2.6 ~더라도 "even though" 17.2.7 ~어/아서라도 "even if it means" 17.


2.8 ~고도 "even after" 17.2.9 ~(으)ㄴ들 "even if, granted that" 17.2.10 ~(으)ㄹ지라도 "even if" 17.2.11 ~(으)ㄹ지언정 "even though" 17.


2.12 ~(으)ㄹ망정 "even if" 17.2.13 ~느니 "rather, instead of doing X" 17.2.14 ~기로서니 "even though" Chapter 18: Clausal connectives III 18.1 Clausal conjunctives (intention) 18.1.


1 ~(으)러 "to, in order to" 18.1.2 ~(으)려고 "to, intending to" 18.1.3 ~(으)려다가 "intending to" 18.1.4 ~고자 "intending to" 18.1.


5 ~게 "so that" 18.1.6 ~도록 "so that, to the extent that" 18.2 Clausal conjunctives (conditions) 18.2.1 ~(으)면 "if, when" 18.2.2 ~(으)려면 "if/when (one intends to do)" 18.


2.3 ~었/았더라면 "if/when (s.


Find Books, eBooks, Bibles, Children's Books, Design Books, Fiction, Graphic Novels, School, Science and Medicine Books -- Books for all Academic Subjects in this Bookshop.