Merrimack Language School offers classes in most major foreign languages. If the language you would like to study is not in the menu, please send us a message by submitting the form at the end of this page or call us at 978-703-1020. We will arrange instruction in the language of your choice.
We offer foreign language programs throughout the year in six sessions. Each session is 6 weeks long. For each language we offer six levels and beyond, from beginner to advanced and more in a variety of formats from private lessons (one-to-one) to group lessons. Prices vary based on the course’s length and size.
Group and individual Immersion programs are also available.
Korean Language Classes | 6-week progressive programs
Korean classes meet once per week for a 2.5-hour lesson. At each level, the program length is 6 weeks. We offer levels 1 to 6 and beyond.
HIGHLIGHTS -- Experienced and qualified teachers, structured teaching, communicative approach, and measurable results.
TEXTBOOK: Korean Language for a Good Job 1 (Darakwon Press). The textbook is not included in the price.
Some of the topics covered in the first two levels:
both spoken and written languages are introduced
complete Korean syllabary
grammar - demonstratives, honorifics, the humble form, pronouns, interrogatives, negation, descriptive verbs action verbs, plural markers, irregular verbs, and conjunctions.
time, date and numbers
make requests, ask for assistance and discuss daily activities
the polite informal style
present, past formal tenses, future tense markers
simple conversations about everyday activities
There are many textbooks available for Korean. Teachers do not rely on a single textbook in their lesson plans. Lesson plans are created according to the needs of the classroom, teacher’s experience and the adaptability skills in view of the classroom's changing needs. Lesson plans can be independent of the prescribed textbook, but using a textbook yields the best results for beginner and intermediate students. It’s advisable, though not compulsory, to buy the prescribed textbook(s). Textbooks provide explanatory information that may be useful for a questioning adult student and for homework.
Session 6 (October-December– begins week of October 21, ends week of December 9)
Registration deadline: October 11
SCHEDULE: Thursdays, 6:00/6:30 pm – 8:30/9:00 pm/ Saturdays, 9:00 am – 11:30 pm (Other days available upon request)
Minimum class requirement: 3 students.
Many language schools use terms like Korean Language Programs, Korean Programs, Korean Language Courses, Korean Courses, Korean Language Lessons, Korean Lessons, Learn Korean, Korean Language and Culture, etc. Names do not matter. What matters is the knowledge, experience, lesson planning and adaptability skills of a teacher.