Korean Unit 1 Test (Lessons 1-7)

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Korean Unit 1 Test (Lessons 1-7) - Quiz

This test will test you on your abilities to recognize simple expressions in Korean, Read Hangul, to have a simple conversation in Korean using the function 'in order to', make sentences polite with the appropriate polite endings, establish between an honorific and non honorific polite verb ending, how to say something is and is not in Korean, recognize simple adjectives such as but not limited to 'hot' and 'very', and how to count to ten using 'Sino-Korean' numbers.  


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    Please choose the best answer that fits in the blank.Sangmin: 안녕하세요?!Jaemin: 네. __________. 잘 지냈어요?

    • A.

      안녕하세요

    • B.

      안녕히주무세요

    • C.

      사랑해요

    • D.

      잘 못했어요

    Correct Answer
    A. 안녕하세요
    Explanation
    The given conversation is in Korean, and Sangmin greets Jaemin by saying "안녕하세요?!" which means "Hello?!" in English. Jaemin responds by saying "네" which means "Yes" in English. The correct answer to fill in the blank is "안녕하세요" which means "Hello" in English. This is the most appropriate response in a conversation where someone greets you with "안녕하세요?!"

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  • 2. 

    Someone calls you on the phone from Korea and you pick up the phone and say ______.

    • A.

      여보세요

    • B.

      안녕하세요

    • C.

      괜찬아요

    • D.

      어떻게

    Correct Answer
    A. 여보세요
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "여보세요". This is the standard way to answer a phone call in Korean. It is similar to saying "hello" or "hi" in English.

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  • 3. 

    고마워 is about the same as saying ______ 

    Correct Answer
    komapda, komapda, thanks, Thanks, 고맙다
    Explanation
    The phrase "고마워" is a casual way of saying "thank you" in Korean. It is equivalent to saying "komapda" or "thanks" in English. The repetition of "komapda" and "thanks" in the answer options emphasizes that they all convey the same meaning as "고마워".

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  • 4. 

    Which one of the following expressions mean "I miss you"

    • A.

      좋아해요

    • B.

      보고싶어요

    • C.

      사랑해요

    • D.

      안녕히가세요

    Correct Answer
    B. 보고싶어요
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "보고싶어요". This expression translates to "I miss you" in English. The other options have different meanings: "좋아해요" means "I like you", "사랑해요" means "I love you", and "안녕히가세요" means "Goodbye" or "Have a good day". Therefore, "보고싶어요" is the only expression that conveys the meaning of missing someone.

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  • 5. 

    Romanize the following:Make sure all of your answers have no spaces in them and are one word.먹는다

    Correct Answer
    mokneunda, mogneunda
    Explanation
    The correct answer for romanizing the word "먹는다" is "mokneunda, mogneunda". In Korean, "먹는다" means "to eat" in English. The romanization of this word can be written as "mokneunda" or "mogneunda", both are acceptable and correct translations.

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  • 6. 

    Romanize the following:빵

    Correct Answer
    bbang, ppang
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "bbang, ppang" because in the Korean language, the character "빵" can be romanized as either "bbang" or "ppang" depending on the pronunciation of the word. The pronunciation can vary depending on regional accents or dialects. Therefore, both "bbang" and "ppang" are valid romanizations of the Korean word "빵".

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  • 7. 

    Pick the answer that says ojingeo in Korean

    • A.

      오정여

    • B.

      오칭어

    • C.

      오징어

    • D.

      어친거

    Correct Answer
    C. 오징어
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "오징어" because it is the only option that matches the Korean word for "ojingeo".

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  • 8. 

    Romanize the following:과일; 사랑; 마시; 때문에; 어떻게; 나는

  • 9. 

    빵 먹으러 시내에 가요. This sentence most likely means.

    • A.

      I am going to buy bread.

    • B.

      I am going to town in order to eat bread.

    • C.

      I like bread.

    • D.

      In order to eat bread I am going home.

    Correct Answer
    B. I am going to town in order to eat bread.
    Explanation
    The sentence "빵 먹으러 시내에 가요" can be translated as "I am going to town in order to eat bread." The key phrase in the sentence is "빵 먹으러" which means "in order to eat bread." This indicates the purpose or reason for going to town. The other options, such as "I am going to buy bread" or "I like bread," do not accurately reflect the meaning of the sentence.

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  • 10. 

     지금 뭐 해요? Most likely means....

    • A.

      How are you doing?

    • B.

      Where are you going now?

    • C.

      What are you doing now?

    • D.

      Now what is going on?

    Correct Answer
    C. What are you doing now?
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "What are you doing now?". The question "지금 뭐 해요?" is a common way to ask someone what they are currently doing in Korean. The phrase "지금" means "now" and "뭐 해요?" translates to "what are you doing?". Therefore, the most likely meaning of the question is "What are you doing now?".

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  • 11. 

    This is taken from a dialog where Jaemin asks his friend a question. What is his friends name?재민: 강민씨 어디 가요?

    • A.

      강민

    • B.

    • C.

      재민씨

    • D.

      강민씨

    Correct Answer
    A. 강민
    Explanation
    Jaemin asks his friend, "강민씨 어디 가요?" which translates to "Where are you going, Mr. Kang Min?" The correct answer is 강민, which is the name of Jaemin's friend.

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  • 12. 

    Translate this sentence into KoreanUse romanization:[I am] going to town in order to buy black tea. 

  • 13. 

    In Korean the Verb always comes where in the sentence structure?

    • A.

      At the beginning

    • B.

      At the end

    • C.

      In the middle before the noun and after the object

    Correct Answer
    B. At the end
    Explanation
    In Korean, the verb always comes at the end of the sentence structure. This is because Korean is a subject-object-verb (SOV) language, meaning that the subject is typically placed at the beginning of the sentence, followed by the object, and finally the verb. This word order is different from English, which is a subject-verb-object (SVO) language. Placing the verb at the end of the sentence in Korean allows for more flexibility in sentence structure and allows for additional information to be added before the verb.

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  • 14. 

    When you attach 러 to the verb 가 you get the statement."가러"What does this mean?

    • A.

      In order to

    • B.

      In order to go

    • C.

      In order to buy

    • D.

      In order to do

    Correct Answer
    B. In order to go
    Explanation
    When you attach 러 to the verb 가, you get the statement "가러." This construction is used to express the intention or purpose of going somewhere. Therefore, the correct answer "In order to go" accurately reflects the meaning of "가러."

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  • 15. 

    Please unscramble these words in order  to make a sentence. Remember Korean sentence structure and grammar. Use all of the words.-러; 가요; 빵; 사; 시내; -에

  • 16. 

    Translate the following sentence into Korean (use romanization and polite endings)  [Let's] go together 

    Correct Answer
    katchi kayo, katchi gayo
    Explanation
    같이 가요

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  • 17. 

    If someone asked you 잘 지냈어요? How would you respond? Use Romanization!

  • 18. 

    Please fill in the blank with the appropriate object marker김치__ 아니에요

    • A.

    • B.

    Correct Answer
    B. 가
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "가" because it is the appropriate object marker to use with the word "김치" in this sentence. The object marker "가" is used to indicate that "김치" is the object of the sentence, meaning that it is the thing being negated.

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  • 19. 

    전화예요 most likely means ...

    • A.

      It is black tea

    • B.

      It is a table

    • C.

      It is a phone

    • D.

      It is not a table

    Correct Answer
    C. It is a phone
    Explanation
    "전화예요" is a Korean phrase that translates to "it is a phone" in English. The word "전화" means "phone" in Korean, and the verb ending "예요" is used to indicate that something is or exists. Therefore, "전화예요" can be understood as "it is a phone."

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  • 20. 

    Which one of the choices most likely fits into the blank below?______이 아니에요.

    • A.

      홍자

    • B.

      기차표

    • C.

      사람

    • D.

      전화

    Correct Answer
    C. 사람
    Explanation
    사람 ends in a Consonant so it fits with the object marker 이

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  • 21. 

    Which of the following choices meansIt is bread.

    • A.

      빵이 아니에요

    • B.

      빵요

    • C.

      빠이에요

    • D.

      빵이에요

    Correct Answer
    D. 빵이에요
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "빵이에요" because it translates to "It is bread" in English. The other options do not make grammatical sense or do not convey the intended meaning.

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  • 22. 

    Fill in the object marker that belongs in the blank. Use Romanization.기차표__ 아니에요

    Correct Answer
    가, ga, ka
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "가". In Korean, the object marker "를" is used to indicate the direct object of a sentence. However, in this sentence, the word "기차표" (train ticket) is the subject of the sentence, not the object. Therefore, the correct object marker to use is "가".

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  • 23. 

    Please put these Verb Stems into Dictionary Form. Use Romanization하; 먹; 사; 오; 가

  • 24. 

    What is 해요체?

    • A.

      Informal Polite Speech Level

    • B.

      Casual Speech Level

    • C.

      A Verb Stem

    • D.

      Honorific

    Correct Answer
    A. Informal Polite Speech Level
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "Informal Polite Speech Level." 해요체 refers to a speech level in Korean that is informal but still maintains politeness. It is commonly used in everyday conversations with friends, family, and acquaintances. This speech level is characterized by the addition of the verb ending -요 to the verb stem. It is considered less formal than the honorific speech level but still respectful and polite.

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  • 25. 

    보다 when put in informal polite speech level (해요체) becomes ___ in the (non honorific form) 

    • A.

      봐요

    • B.

    • C.

    • D.

      보다

    Correct Answer
    A. 봐요
    Explanation
    When the verb 보다 (to see) is put in the informal polite speech level (해요체), it becomes 봐요. This form is commonly used in casual conversations with friends, acquaintances, or people of similar age or status. It is a more friendly and relaxed way of speaking compared to the formal speech level.

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  • 26. 

    너도  means ...

    • A.

      Me too

    • B.

      You too

    • C.

      They do

    • D.

      I also

    Correct Answer
    B. You too
    Explanation
    The phrase "너도" is a Korean expression that translates to "you too" in English. It is used to indicate that the action or sentiment being discussed applies to the person being addressed as well. So, the correct answer is "you too", as it accurately captures the meaning of "너도" in English.

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  • 27. 

    Please Take the following verbs and put them into (non honorific) Informal Polite Speech LevelUse Romanization.가다; 만들다; 오다; 일어나다; 읽다; 

  • 28. 

    How would you say "very suprising" in Korean

    • A.

      너무 반짝

    • B.

      종말 짜릿

    • C.

      너무 깜짝

    • D.

      종말 반짝

    Correct Answer
    C. 너무 깜짝
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "너무 깜짝". This phrase translates to "very surprising" in English. The other options do not convey the same meaning. "너무 반짝" means "very shiny", "종말 짜릿" means "apocalyptic excitement", and "종말 반짝" means "apocalyptic sparkle".

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  • 29. 

    What does "종말 뜨거워!" most likely mean?

    Correct Answer
    It's really hot!
    Explanation
    "종말 뜨거워!" is a Korean phrase that translates to "It's really hot!" in English. The phrase "종말" means "end" or "end of the world" in Korean, but in this context, it is used figuratively to convey extreme heat. Therefore, the most likely meaning of the phrase is that the weather or temperature is very hot.

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  • 30. 

    Which of the following means "so cool" ....

    • A.

      너무 부끄러워

    • B.

      너무 멋쟈

    • C.

      종말 밤

    • D.

      너무 멋져

    Correct Answer
    D. 너무 멋져
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "너무 멋져" which means "so cool" in Korean. The phrase "너무 멋져" is a common expression used to describe something or someone as being very cool or impressive. It is a colloquial way of expressing admiration or excitement towards something that is considered impressive or stylish.

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  • 31. 

    Your heart does which of the following...

    • A.

      부셔

    • B.

      이루

    • C.

      짜릿

    • D.

      두근거려

    Correct Answer
    D. 두근거려
  • 32. 

    How would you call someone a fool? Use Romanization 

    Correct Answer
    babo, pabo, papo, bapo
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "babo, pabo, papo, bapo". These are different variations of the Korean word for "fool" when transliterated into Roman characters.

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  • 33. 

    Make a short 3+ sentence story using all the words below. Use English style grammar. example. I molla what to do. Word Bank어떻게, 종말, 밤, 잠, 어쩌면, 말해, 좋은 

  • 34. 

    How do you say my eyes are blinded? Use Romanization

    Correct Answer
    nooni bushyeo, nuni bushyeo
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "nooni bushyeo, nuni bushyeo." This is the Romanized version of the Korean phrase "눈이 부셔, 눈이 부셔" which translates to "my eyes are blinded" in English.

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  • 35. 

    What is this phone number? Please write in numeral numbers like this ex. 000-000-0000육칠팔-오오삼-구이일사 

    Correct Answer
    678-553-9214
    Explanation
    The given phone number is 678-553-9214.

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  • 36. 

     이 + 이 = ____

    • A.

    • B.

    • C.

    • D.

    Correct Answer
    C. 사
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "사". In Korean, when the final consonant of the first syllable is "이" and the initial consonant of the second syllable is also "이", they combine to form "이". Therefore, 이 + 이 = 사.

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  • 37. 

    칠 - 일 = ____

    • A.

    • B.

    • C.

    • D.

    Correct Answer
    C. 육
    Explanation
    The given question is a subtraction problem that asks for the result of subtracting 일 (1) from 칠 (7). The correct answer is 육 (6), which is obtained by subtracting 1 from 7.

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  • 38. 

    공 x 구 = 영

    • A.

      True

    • B.

      False

    Correct Answer
    A. True
    Explanation
    The equation "공 x 구 = 영" is a multiplication equation in Korean. The word "공" means zero, "구" means nine, and "영" means zero. When we multiply zero by any number, the result is always zero. Therefore, the equation is true, as zero multiplied by nine equals zero.

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  • 39. 

    "[I] am so shy" would most likely be _____ in Korean

    • A.

      종말 떨려

    • B.

      너무 부끄러워

    • C.

      너무 덜려

    • D.

      종말 부끄러워

    Correct Answer
    B. 너무 부끄러워
    Explanation
    The phrase "너무 부끄러워" in Korean translates to "I am so shy" in English. This is the most likely translation because it directly corresponds to the given phrase in the question. The other options do not accurately convey the meaning of being shy.

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  • 40. 

    Which of the following sentences are grammatically correct and mean 'I eat kimchi'

    • A.

      먹어요 김치

    • B.

      김치 먹어요

    • C.

      김치 사요

    • D.

      먹다 김치요

    Correct Answer
    B. 김치 먹어요
    Explanation
    The sentence "김치 먹어요" is grammatically correct and means "I eat kimchi".

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