Routledge's Modern Grammar series is an innovative reference guide combining traditional and function-focused grammar in a single volume, with an accompanying workbook.
The aim of the Modern Korean Grammar Workbook is to strengthen the reader's understanding of the main volume, Modern Korean Grammar.. Designed for those who have already acquired the basics of the language, this workbook provides abundant innovative exercises for both essential grammatical features and everyday usage and functions (e.g., giving advices, greetings, requesting, etc.).
The Modern Korean Grammar Workbook is an ideal practice tool for Korean-as a foreign/second (KFL) learners. No prior knowledge of grammatical terminology is assumed and it can be used both independently and alongside Modern Korean Grammar.
Andrew Sangpil Byon is Department Chair and Associate Professor of Korean Studies at the University at Albany, USA. As a Korean applied linguist, his primary research areas are sociolinguistics, Korean-as-a-foreign/second language (KFL) pedagogy, and second language acquisition (for American KFL learners).
Preface Acknowledgements Part A: Structures 1. Nouns 2. Pronouns 3. Numbers and Counters 4. Nominalizers 5. Case particles I 6. Case particles II 7. Special particles I 8. Special particles II 9. Verbs, adjectives, and copula 10. Irregular predicates 11. Past tense 12. Future tense and aspect 13. Auxiliary verbs I 14.AuxiliaryverbsII 15. Auxiliary verbs III 16. Clausal connectives I 17. Clausal connectives II 18. Clausal connectives III 19. Clausal conjunctives IV 20. Negation 21. Modifers 22. Expressions with modifier clauses I 23. Expressions with modifier clauses II 24. Expressions with modifier clauses III 25. Sentence endings I 26. Sentence endings II 27. Addressee honorifics: Speech level endings 28. Referent honorifics 29. The passive construction 30. The causative construction 31. Direct and indirect questions/quotations 32. Prenouns 33. Adverbs Part B: Functions 34. Ability 35. Addressing and referring to someone 36. Advice 37. Cause 38. Changes 39. Choices 40. Comparing 41. Complaints 42. Conditions 43. Congratulation, and condolence, and gratitude 44. Conjecture 45. Contrast 46. Deciding 47. Degree and extent 48. Describing people, places, and states 49. Discoveries 50. Emphasizing strategies 51. Establishing sequences 52. Experiences 53. Greeting and leave taking 54. Hypothetical situations 55. Initiating and maintaining conversation 56. Intentions and plans 57. Likes and wishes 58. Listing and including additional information 59. Location, direction, and distance 60. Means.docx 61. Obligation and necessity 62. Permission and prohibition 63. Personal information 64. Possibility 65. Probability and inevitability 66. Purposes 67. Reasons 68. Recollecting 69. Regrets and futility 70. Requests 71. Similarity 72. Simultaneous actions 73. Softening strategies 74. Telling time, date, etc. 75. Temporal relations