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Shall we…? in Korean (Part 2) Posted by on Feb 29, 2016

Last week you had learned how to say “Shall we?” in Korean and the grammar point is “V.S. + (을/ㄹ) 까요?” In Korean “을 까요” can be meaning of “Could”, not shall we. For instance, Could it rain tomorrow?/ 내일 비가 올까요?/ bi ga ol ka yo/.  Therefore, it is expression of wondering something. Please read the…

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Shall we…? in Korean Posted by on Feb 22, 2016

Today, you will learn how to say “Shall we?” in Korean. The grammar point is “V.S. + (을) 까요?” You can use this expression to pretty much anyone because this is polite and kindness way to express “Shall we” in Korean. I often say to my co-worker who is older than me, “Shall we go…

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How to say “let’s” in Korean (Part 3) Posted by on Feb 15, 2016

Today, you will learn the last way to say “Let’s” in Korean which is what I like to use a lot as a teacher. The grammar pattern is V.S. + 읍(ㅂ) 시다.  Using 읍시다 is not for you if you are not in higher level than others. For instance, teacher, boss, supervisor, manager can use 읍시다 to their employees and…

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How to say “let’s” in Korean (Part 2) Posted by on Feb 8, 2016

As I said in the last week that there are about three ways to say “Let’s” in Korean. Today, you are going to learn “같이 + 요” which is appropriated using in casual formal situation; it can be used to people older than you or stranger. The grammar pattern is “같이 + V.S. + (어) 요”.  “같이/ Godchi” means…

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How to say “let’s” in Korean Posted by on Feb 1, 2016

There are about three ways to say “Let’s” in Korean. Today, you are going to learn “자/ Ja” which is appropriated using in informal situation; you don’t want to use to older people or stranger. This is good to have with your friend. The grammar pattern is “V.S. + 자”. It is always good to learn new…

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