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Archive for October, 2014

Korean Sino & Currency Posted by on Oct 27, 2014

In the previous week, you learned Sino-Korean number from 1 to 99. In this week, you will learn bigger numbers and counter for Korean currency (Won).  100 is 백/baek. 1000 is 천/choen. 10,000 is 만/man. 100,000 is 십만/sip man. 1,000,000 is 백만/baek man. Let’s practice how to conjugate these big numbers. 5 x 100 =…

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Sino-Korean Number Posted by on Oct 20, 2014

There are two kinds of number in Korea. In this week, you will learn Sino-Korean number.  What is Sino by the way? Sino means china; Sino-Korean word is Chinese character.  Korean has used one’s own speaking language but they didn’t have their own letters for a long time.  Therefore, Korean still uses Sino number.  Let’s study…

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Learning Korean Suffixes Posted by on Oct 13, 2014

In the previous week, you learned Korean ending verb; “How is (it)?/ (이/가) 어때요?/(e ga) eo ddae yo?” In this week, you will learn how to answer the question.  아요/어요/해요/a yo/eo yo/ hae yo is verb ending suffix. You can add these verb suffixes after infinitive of action and descriptive verbs.  You can add 아요…

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Learning Useful Phrase Posted by on Oct 6, 2014

This week you will learn Korean ending verb; “How is (it)?/ (이/가) 어때요?/(e ga) eo ddae yo?” This phrase is very useful for beginners.  You would use this expression to be friendly to your friends and people.  Let’s make some sentences with using vocabularies below. 이/가 is subject particles you can add right after nouns…

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