OUR LEVELS

The primary courses of KOGO Studio Korean Language will be divided into 8 levels from beginner to advanced-level.
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Level Test

Level 1

Level 1 consists of basic grammar aimed to be able to do self-introduction, express daily activities: positions, counting, weather, time and dates, making an appointment, past events, plan, and telling reasons.

Test below is for Level 1. If you get >80% score, you may proceed to Level 2 or Convo 1.

Level 2

Level 2 consists of basic grammar aimed to be able to build longer sentences for daily basis conversations such as hobbies, likings, phone calls, feelings, asking for directions, and how to speak in an honorific way.

Test below is for Level 2 and Convo 1. If you get >50% score, you may proceed to Convo 2. If you get >80% score, you may proceed to Level 3 or TOPIK I Preparation.

Level 3

In Level 3, students are expected to be able to build complex sentences for daily conversations. We will learn how to ask for help and search for things, understanding social values and norms, describing living preferences also telling stories.

Test below is for Level 3, Convo 2, and TOPIK I Preparation. If you get >80% score, you may proceed to Level 4 or Convo 2.

Level 4

In Level 4, students are expected to be able to describe detailed situations with more complex sentences. We will get to know how to invite, reserve, making resolutions, learn cultural differences, impressions and describing someone’s characters, understanding public facilities, also telling interest.

Test below is for Level 4 and Convo 2. If you get >50% score, you may proceed to Convo 3. If you get >80% score, you may proceed to Level 5 or TOPIK II Preparation.

Level 1 - with basic grammar aimed to be able to do self-introduction, express daily activities: positions, counting, weather, time and dates, making an appointment, past events, plan, and telling reasons.

Level 2 - with basic grammar aimed to be able to build longer sentences for daily basis conversations such as hobbies, likings, phone calls, feelings, asking for directions, and how to speak in an honorific way.

Level 3 - students are expected to be able to build complex sentences for daily conversations. We will learn how to ask for help and search for things, understanding social values and norms, describing living preferences also telling stories.

Level 4 - students are expected to be able to describe more detailed situations with more complex sentences. At this level we will get to know how to invite, reserve, making resolutions, learn cultural differences, impressions and describing someone’s characters, understanding public facilities, describing how to cook, also telling interest.

Level 5 - soon.

Level 6 - soon.

Level 7 - soon.

Level 8 - soon.