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[31 Aug 2012 | No Comment | 11,568 views]
Learn Korean Language Lesson 22 – Korean Negation – Not/Don’t

Continue from Learn Korean Lesson 21 – Korean Days of The Week. Today we come to Learn Korean Lesson 22 – Korean Negation. In this Learn Korean Lesson, we will learn Korean Negation – 안 [ an ]. Negate Korean Action Verbs (view Korean Verbs) and Korean Descriptive Verbs (view Korean Adjectives) by placing 안 in front of the Korean verbs. Use Korean Negation – 안 like English word – not or don’t. Korean Negation – 안 is used in front of a Korean verb or a Korean adjective to express negation…

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[29 Aug 2012 | No Comment | 5,592 views]
Korean Language Exercises 8

Continue from Korean Language Exercises 7, this is Korean Language Exercises of the three previous Learn Korean Lessons – Korean Currency, Korean Requests, Suggestions, or Commands, and Korean Present Tense. Test yourself here to see whether you have understood the three Learn Korean lessons stated above. Korean language 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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[28 Aug 2012 | No Comment | 4,874 views]
Korean Language Exercises 7

Continue from Korean Language Exercises 6, this is Korean Language Exercises of the three previous Learn Korean Lessons – Korean Negation – Not/Don’t, Korean Conjunction – And, and Korean Counting Units. Test yourself here to see whether you have understood the three Learn Korean lessons stated above. Korean language 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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[28 Aug 2012 | No Comment | 6,324 views]
Korean Language Exercises 6

Continue from Korean Language Exercises 5, this is Korean Language Exercises of the four previous Learn Korean Lessons – Korean Vocabulary – Places, Korean Position Words, Korean Time Marker and Korean Days of The Week. Test yourself here to see whether you have understood the four Learn Korean lessons stated above. Korean language 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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[26 Aug 2012 | No Comment | 13,813 views]
Learn Korean Language Lesson 21 – Korean Days of The Week

Continue from Learn Korean Lesson 20 – Korean Time Marker. Today we come to Learn Korean Lesson 21 – Korean Days of The Week. In this Learn Korean Lesson, we will learn Korean years, months and Korean days of the week, continuously you will learn how to talk in Korean about some of the activities you do between weekdays – 주중 [ ju-jung ] and weekend – 주말 [ ju-mal ]. What kinds of things do you do during the week? Well, you probably to do a wide variety of things, besides studying Korean, of course…

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[26 Aug 2012 | No Comment | 7,682 views]
Learn Korean Language Lesson 20 – Korean Time Marker

Continue from Learn Korean Language Lesson 19 – Korean Position Words. Today we come to Learn Korean Language Lesson 20 – Korean Time Marker – 에 [ e ]. In this Learn Korean Lesson, we will learn Korean Time Marker. You may wonder why it is the same as Korean Place Marker. In Korean, 에 has two functions, it can be use as Korean Place Marker or Korean Time Marker, but how and what’s the different between both of them? Next lesson, you will learn Korean Days of The Week, so it is very important for you to know Korean Time Marker…

Korean language reading practice »

[25 Aug 2012 | No Comment | 4,609 views]
Korean Language Reading Practice 15 – How much are these apples?

Continue from Korean Language Reading Practice 14 – How much is this Bag? Here we come to Korean Language Reading Practice 15 – How much are these apples? Have you ever had a hard time shopping in Korea because you did not know how to ask the price of a product? In this Korean Language Reading Practice, you will learn some Korean vocabulary and Korean Expressions related to shopping. Learning these expressions will make your future shopping experiences more enjoyable. So, make sure you go through this Korean Language Reading …

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[24 Aug 2012 | No Comment | 5,976 views]
Korean Language Reading Practice 14 – How much is this Bag?

Continue from Korean Language Reading Practice 13 – Excuse me, is there a bathroom near here? Korean Language Reading Practice 14 – How much is this Bag? Have you ever had a hard time shopping in Korea because you did not know how to ask the price of a product? In this Korean Language Reading Practice, you will learn some Korean vocabulary and Korean Expressions related to shopping. Learning these expressions will make your future shopping experiences more enjoyable. So, make sure you go through this Korean Language Reading …

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[23 Aug 2012 | No Comment | 5,276 views]
Korean Language Reading Practice 13 – Excuse me, is there a bathroom near here?

Continue from Korean Language Reading Practice 12 – Seoul Mart is a convenience store. Here we come to Korean Language Reading Practice 13 – Excuse me, is there a bathroom near here? This Korean Language Reading Practice is related to Korean Place Marker, Sentence Endings Expressing Location or Existence, Question Word – Where, Position Words, and Korean Vocabulary – Places. In every Korean Language Reading Practice, we will learn new Korean vocabulary and expression. You must read the Korean Language Reading Practice lessons as often as you can without help …

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[23 Aug 2012 | No Comment | 4,014 views]
Korean Language Reading Practice 12 – Seoul Mart is a convenience store

Continue from Korean Language Reading Practice 11 – What do you do on weekends? Here we come to Korean Language Reading Practice 12 – Seoul Mart is a convenience store related to Korean Sentence Endings Expressing Identification, Sentence Endings Expressing Location or Existence, Position Words, Korean Conjunction – And, and Korean Vocabulary – Places. In every Korean Language Reading Practice, we will learn new Korean vocabulary and Korean expression. You must read the Korean Language Reading Practice lessons as often as you can without help from anybody in order to improve …