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[30 Sep 2012 | No Comment | 14,400 views]
Korean Irregular Verbs

Korean Irregular Verbs are the “Gangster Group” in Korean Hangeul system. There are a total of five Korean Irregular Verbs: ㄷ, ㅂ, ㄹ, 으 and 르. This post is just an introduction of the Korean Irregular verbs, I’ll cover them more details in Learn Korean Language lessons. Why I called them the “Gangster Group”? Because they will change accordingly when they meet with certain consonants or vowels. We will look at them in the Korean Informal Polite Sentence Endings. Let’s learn the rules below…

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[28 Sep 2012 | No Comment | 6,637 views]
Korean Language Exercises 9

Continue from Korean Language Exercises 8, this is Korean Language Exercises of the three Learn Korean Lessons – Korean Past Tense, Korean Time, and Korean Question Word – What. 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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[11 Sep 2012 | No Comment | 13,166 views]
Learn Korean Language Lesson 26 – Korean Requests, Suggestions, or Commands

Continue from Learn Korean Lesson 25 – Korean Currency. Today we come to Learn Korean Lesson 26 – Korean Requests, Suggestions, or Commands – (으)세요. In this Learn Korean Lesson, we will learn Korean Requests, Suggestions, or Commands. Everyday, we make requests, suggestions, or commands, let’s learn how to make Korean requests, suggestions, or commands in a polite manner. Learning this Korean Requests, Suggestions, or Commands will make your future shopping experiences (perhaps in Korea) more enjoyable!…

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[8 Sep 2012 | No Comment | 13,502 views]
Learn Korean Language Lesson 25 – Korean Currency

Continue from Learn Korean Lesson 24 – Korean Counting Units. Today we come to Learn Korean Lesson 25 – Korean Currency. In this Learn Korean Lesson, we will learn Korean Currency – Won. We will learn how to read prices in Korean by using Sino-Korean numbers which was derived from Chinese numbers. Korean question word – how much – 얼마 [ eol-ma], is always use together with Korean Sentence Endings Expressing Identification – 예요 to ask “How much is this?” – 얼마예요? [ eol-ma-ye-yo ]…

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[5 Sep 2012 | No Comment | 15,330 views]
Learn Korean Language Lesson 24 – Korean Counting Units

Continue from Learn Korean Lesson 23 – Korean Conjunction – And. Today we come to Learn Korean Lesson 24 – Korean Counting Units. In this Learn Korean Lesson, we will learn Korean Counting Units. This counting unit changes depending upon the thing that is being counted. Korean numbers 1 to 4 and 20 change forms a bit before counting units. You must learn this lesson in order to shopping in Korea. Before we look at Korean Counting Units, let’s do some revision of pure/native Korean numbers…

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[2 Sep 2012 | No Comment | 11,122 views]
Learn Korean Language Lesson 23 – Korean Conjunction – And

Continue from Learn Korean Lesson 22 – Korean Negation – Not/Don’t. Today we come to Learn Korean Lesson 23 – Korean Conjunction – And. In this Learn Korean Lesson, we will learn Korean Conjunction – And – 하고 [ ha-go ]. 하고 (and) is use to connect two nouns, use it like English conjunction “and” when joining two Korean nouns (view Korean Vocabulary – Things). We have seen this Korean conjunction – 하고 in Learn Korean Lesson 19 – Korean Position Words…