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[19 Oct 2012 | No Comment | 11,095 views]
Learn Korean Language Lesson 33 – Korean Conjunction – But

Continue from Lesson 32 – Korean Question Word – How. Today we come to learn Korean Conjunction – But. In this learn Korean language lesson, we will learn conjunction – But – 지만 [ ji-man ]. It has the same meaning as English question word – how. In Korean, it is use to shows a contrast between the two sentences. 지만 is a coordinating conjunction used to connect two sentences together in a way that shows a contrast between the two. 지만 is added to the stem of the verb or adjective in the first sentence. Let’s start!

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[14 Oct 2012 | No Comment | 10,803 views]
Learn Korean Language Lesson 32 – Korean Question Word – How

Continue from Lesson 31 – Korean Conjunction – And. Today we come to learn Korean question word – how. In this learn Korean language lesson, we will learn question word – how – 어때요 [ eo-ddae-yo ]. It has the same meaning as English question word – how. However, in Korean, it is use to give a suggestion. So, even though we use it like English word – how, but we use it to suggest, propose or offer something in a friendly manner such as how is something or how is someone? Let’s start!

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[12 Oct 2012 | No Comment | 9,745 views]
Learn Korean Language Lesson 31 – Korean Conjunction – And

Continue from Learn Korean Lesson 30 – Korean Question Word – What. Today we come to Learn Korean Lesson 31 – Korean Conjunction – And. In this Learn Korean Lesson, we will learn Korean Conjunction – And – 서 [ seo ]. This Conjunction – And is different from what we have learned in Learn Korean Lesson 23 – Korean Conjunction – And. Do you remember what we have learned before? Now, we will first learn the new Korean Conjunction and subsequently look at the differences between both of them: 서 vs 고…

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[10 Oct 2012 | No Comment | 9,648 views]
Learn Korean Language Lesson 30 – Korean Question Word – What

Continue from Learn Korean Language Lesson 29 – Korean Time. Today we come to Learn Korean Language Lesson 30 – Korean Question Word – What. In this Learn Korean Language Lesson, we will learn Korean Question Word – What – 몇 [ myeot ]. This Korean Question Word – What is different from what we have learned in Learn Korean Lesson 6 – Korean Question Word – What – 뭐 [ mwo ] even though both of them are used to form Korean interrogative sentence (question)…

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[10 Oct 2012 | No Comment | 10,951 views]
Learn Korean Language Lesson 29 – Korean Time

Continue from Learn Korean Language Lesson 28 – Korean Past Tense. Today we come to Learn Korean Language Lesson 29 – Korean Time. In this Learn Korean Lesson, we will learn Korean Time. When telling time, Pure Korean numbers are used for the hour and Sino-Korean numbers (Chinese derived) are used for the minutes. Previously, in Korean numbers, we have learned that Pure Korean numbers are used for counting and Sino-Korean numbers are used for reading…

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[9 Oct 2012 | No Comment | 15,249 views]
Learn Korean Language Lesson 28 – Korean Past Tense

Continue from Learn Korean Lesson 27 – Korean Present Tense. Today we come to Learn Korean Lesson 28 – Korean Past Tense. In this Learn Korean Lesson, You will learn how to answer Korean question like “what did you do yesterday?” and ask them to your Korean friends. To put action verbs (Korean Verbs) and descriptive verbs (Korean Adjectives) into the past tense, first think of the present tense or Korean Informal Polite Sentence Endings, and replace “요” with “ㅆ어요”…

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[8 Oct 2012 | No Comment | 10,386 views]
Learn Korean Language Lesson 27 – Korean Present Tense

Continue from Learn Korean Language Lesson 26 – Korean Requests, Suggestions, or Commands. Today we come to Learn Korean Language Lesson 27 – Korean Present Tense. In this Learn Korean Language Lesson, we will learn Korean Present Tense. Do you remember that we have learn Korean Informal Polite Sentence Endings in Learn Korean Lesson 13? Korean present tense is same as what we have learned before. In English, there are past tense, present tense and future tense. There are past tense, present tense and future tense in Korean too…

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[3 Oct 2012 | No Comment | 8,566 views]
Korean Language Reading Practice 17 – What did you do yesterday?

Continue from Korean Language Reading Practice 16 – I met Jeongmin yesterday. Here we come to Korean Language Reading Practice 17 – What did you do yesterday? What did you do yesterday? did you do anything special? In this Korean Language Reading Practice, you will learn some new Korean vocabulary and Korean Expressions. This Korean language reading practice is related to Korean Past Tense, Korean Time, Korean Conjunction – And and Korean Vocabulary – Time. In every Korean Language Reading Practice, we will learn new Korean vocabulary and Korean expression. …

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[2 Oct 2012 | No Comment | 6,705 views]
Korean Language Reading Practice 16 – I met Jeongmin yesterday

Continue from Korean Language Reading Practice 15 – How much are these apples? Here we come to Korean Language Reading Practice 16 – I met Jeongmin yesterday. What did you do yesterday? did you do anything special? In this Korean Language Reading Practice, you will learn some Korean vocabulary and Korean Expressions. This Korean language reading practice is related to Korean Past Tense, Korean Time and Korean Conjunction – And. In every Korean Language Reading Practice, we will learn new Korean vocabulary and Korean expression. You must read the Korean Language …