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How to say”But/though” end of sentence in Korean? Posted by on Jul 20, 2016

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Today, you are going to learn how to say “But/though” in Korean. The grammar point is “V.S. +ㄹ/을 텐데요”, this form is used to end sentence, wouldn’t appear middle of sentence. It is usually talking about future or hypothesis. Please read examples below. But it may be hours.  시간이 좀 걸릴텐데요/si gan e jom geol…

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How to say “Because” in Korean? Posted by on Jul 13, 2016

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Today, you are going to learn how to say “Because (so)” in Korean, you may learned “으니까” before. However, today you will learn “테니까/ tae ni gga” which is the similar meaning of 으니까/ eu ni gga.  테니까 is usually for intermediate level, so today is your challenge to learn 테니까.  The grammar point is…

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How to say “Almost did something by accidently” in Korean? Posted by on Jul 6, 2016

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Today, you are going to learn how to say “Almost did something by accidently” in Korean.  The grammar point is “V.S. + ㄹ/을 뻔하다/ eul bbeon ha da.”  을 is after the consonant ending and ㄹ is after the vowel ending.  Please read examples below. 1. I almost died.  죽을 뻔했어요/ juk eul bbeon hat eo…

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How to say “Almost” in Korean? Posted by on Jun 29, 2016

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Today, you are going to learn how to say “Almost” in Korean. There are two ways to say it in Korean, but today you will learn the first one “거의/geo ui”; this means that something almost be finish, be ready, or be anything. Use 거의/geo ui as a adverb.  Please read examples below to learn how you…

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Surviving Monsoon Season In Korea Posted by on Jun 28, 2016

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Koreans will proudly tell you of their four seasons, no matter how much you plead with them that there is, say, the same thing in Michigan or most places in the Northern Hemisphere. But what is left out is one essential, annoying part of those four seasons: Monsoon season (장마). If you’re heading to the beaches of…

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