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[20 May 2012 | No Comment | 3,857 views]
How do Koreans spend 24 hours

Do you know how do Koreans spend their 24 hours? Statistics Department’s Survey on Daily life of Koreans in 2004 shows how Korean people spend a day of 24 hours. Koreans have their own dynamic Korean culture, so what’s the different between their daily life and ours?
Here are the graph of average daily routine in Korea.
Daily routine activities
Koreans sleep 7 hours 49 minutes a day on average, eat for 1 hour 37 minutes and spend 1 hour 8 minutes for bathing and grooming. For Koreans over 10 years old get …

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[3 May 2012 | No Comment | 9,333 views]
Korean Language Reading Practice 4 – What kind of work do you do?

Continue from Korean Reading Practice 3 – What is your name? here we come to Korean Reading Practice 4. This Korean reading practice is related to Korean Question Word – What Kind Of, do you remember that we learned Korean question word 무슨 (what kind of)? In every Korean reading practice provide in Emagasia, we will learn new Korean vocabulary and Korean expression. This may helps you in developing your own Korean sentences…

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[3 May 2012 | No Comment | 11,107 views]
Learn Korean Language Lesson 8 – Korean Question Word – What Kind Of

Continue from Learn Korean Lesson 7 – Korean Question Word – Which, today we will learn the third Korean Question Word – what kind of – 무슨 [ mu-seun ]. Use it like English question word- what kind of to form Korean interrogative sentence (question) such as what kind of sports, what kind of foods, what kind of season etc, etc. Korean question word 무슨 (what kind of) same as 어느 but doesn’t same as 뭐. 무슨 followed by a noun and goes at the beginning of the sentences and doesn’t used together with 예요…

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[3 May 2012 | No Comment | 11,586 views]
Korean Language Reading Practice 3 – What is your name?

Continue from Korean Language Reading Practice 2 – Yes or No, here we come to Korean Language Reading Practice 3 – What is your name? helps to improve your Korean pronunciation hence improve your Korean reading skills. Korean Language Reading Practice 3 related to Korean Question Word – What, Korean Question Word – Which and combination of those previous Learn Korean Lessons in Emagasia Korean Language Reading Practice 3 touches on question like what is your name, which country are you from etc, etc upon first meeting. We learned new …

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[2 May 2012 | No Comment | 8,126 views]
Korean Language Exercises 2

Continue from Korean Language Exercises 1, this is Korean Language Exercises of Korean Question Word – What and Korean Question Word – Which related to Korean question word 뭐 (what) and 어느 (which). Test yourself here to see whether you have understood the three Learn Korean lessons stated above. Korean is not a language that is easy to learn and use correctly and confidently. Therefore, you must try to answer the questions without looking at the answers first…

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[2 May 2012 | No Comment | 13,043 views]
Learn Korean Language Lesson 7 – Korean Question Word – Which

Continue from Learn Korean Lesson 6 – Korean Question Word – What, in Learn Korean Lesson 7 we will learn another Korean question word – 어느 [ eo-neu ]. It has the same usage as English question word – which. 어느 is use to form Korean interrogative sentence (question) too. Use it like English word – which to ask questions such as which country are you from? which university? which company you work at? etc, etc. Korean question word 어느 doesn’t same as 뭐…

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[2 May 2012 | No Comment | 13,150 views]
Learn Korean Language Lesson 6 – Korean Question Word – What

Continue from Learn Korean Lesson 5 – Korean Sentence Endings Expressing Identification, in this Learn Korean Lesson 6 we will learn Korean question word – 뭐 [ mwo ]. It has the same usage as English question word – what. 뭐 is use to form Korean interrogative sentence (question). Use it like English word – what to ask questions such as what is this? what is that? what is your name? 무엇 [ mu-eot ] is same as 뭐 but used in formal writing. 무엇 can be used with 이에요/입니까 to form questions…

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[2 May 2012 | No Comment | 14,452 views]
Korean Language Reading Practice 2 – Yes or No

Continue from Korean Language Reading Practice 1 – Introducing Yourself, here we come to Korean Language Reading Practice 2 – Yes or No in order to improve your Korean pronunciation hence improve your Korean reading skills. Korean Language Reading Practice 2 related to Korean Basic Conversation, Korean Topic Marker and Sentence Endings Expressing Identification touches on Yes or No question and answer – dialogue between two person on asking and answering question.
Do you remember that in Comparison of Korean and English, Korean sentence structure order of questions and its answer are …

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[2 May 2012 | No Comment | 40,981 views]
Korean Language Reading Practice 1 – Introducing Yourself

Besides of Korean language exercises and revision, here we started our Korean Reading Practice 1 – Introducing Yourself in Emagasia helps to improve your Korean pronunciation hence improve your Korean reading skills. This Korean language reading practice is specially for you! Korean Language Reading Practice 1 related to Korean Basic Conversation, Korean Topic Marker and Sentence Endings Expressing Identification. This Korean Language Reading Practice 1 touches on introducing yourself and may act as an example for you in developing your own sentences while you introducing yourself to Koreans. How to …

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[2 May 2012 | No Comment | 12,034 views]
Korean Language Exercises 1

This is Korean Language Exercises of Korean Basic Conversation, Korean Topic Marker and Sentence Endings Expressing Identification. Test yourself here to see whether you have understood the three Learn Korean lessons stated above. Korean is not a language that is easy to learn and use correctly and confidently. Therefore, you must try to answer the questions without looking at the answers first. After this Korean Language Exercises 1, you may go through Korean Language Reading Practice 1…