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Archive for November, 2015

Negative Form of Progressive Tense in the Future Posted by on Nov 30, 2015

Today, you are going to learn how to say the negative form of progressive tense in the future which is “V.S. + 고 있지 않을 거예요.” It is that I will be NOT doing something in English. Please read the examples; , they are the same verb I use last week, so you can compare…

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Negative form of Progressive Tense in the Past Posted by on Nov 23, 2015

As you may remember, the positive grammar pattern in the past is “V. S. +고 있었어요/go it eoc eo yo”. The negative form of grammar pattern in the past is “V.S. + 고 있지 않았다/go it ji an ac da.” Please read some example and then make your own sentences. To go –가다 가고 있지…

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Korean Baseball’s Growing International Success Posted by on Nov 22, 2015

Baseball 야구 in Korea is not only a pastime, but a way of life, a social event.  Koreans take the Korean Baseball League (KBL) and their players seriously.  So it was a national pride and celebration when Korea defeated Japan, a serious rival, in a thrilling 9th inning comeback at the Tokyo Dome–which you can…

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Negative form of Progressive Tense “Ing” Posted by on Nov 16, 2015

As you learned, the positive grammar pattern is “V. S. +고 있다/go it da/ ing”. The negative form of grammar pattern is “V.S. + 고 있지 않다/go it ji an da.” Please read some example and then make your own sentences. To go –가다 가고 있지 않다 – 가고 있지 않아요 집에 가고 있지 않아요/I…

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Busan’s Taejongdae Cliffs (태종대): Seafood on Korea’s Serene Coast Posted by on Nov 14, 2015

By tram or hiking up to Busan’s At Taejongdae Cliffs, the southern most point of Korea’s coastal and second largest city, Busan, located on Yeongdo (영도구) island, nestles up to a natural park and opens to the serenity of the open sea.  There the observatory and lighthouse on the edge of the dense, evergreen forest combines…

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