Category: Level 2

Level 2 Lesson 21 / more ~ than ~ / ~보다 더

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In this lesson we are learning how to say that something is “bigger”, “nicer”, “more expensive” than something else. In Korean you use the word 더 [deo] to say this. Listen in to find out how to compare two things or people in Korean. Thanks for studying with us and don’t hesitate to ask if you have any questions!

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Level 2 Lesson 22 / to like / 좋다 vs 좋아하다

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안녕하세요, 여러분! What are some things that you like? What are some thing that you don’t like? Talking about what you like or love is one of the first things that you get to learn to do when learning a foreign language. Let us find out how to say that you like something in Korean. And if you already know the verb 좋다 [jo-ta], let us also find out what the difference between 좋다 and 좋아하다 is. Be sure to pick up the free PDF and leave us comments! We love you all!

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Level 2 Lesson 23 / if, in case / 만약, -(으)면

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안녕하세요! If she says yes. If he helps me. If you tell me how to do it. If you buy me dinner, etc. There can be many more examples of “if” sentences. Find out how to say “if” in context in Korean through this lesson! And of course, “if” you have any questions, please feel free to leave us comments!

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Level 2 Lesson 24 / still, already / 아직, 벌써

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In this lesson, we are introducing two new expressions – 아직 [a-jik], which means “still” or “not yet”and 벌써 [beol-sseo], which means “already”. Listen to find out how they are used in context in natural Korean sentences, and if you have any questions, please feel free to ask us in the comment or e-mail us at [email protected]!

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Level 2 Lesson 25 / something, someday, someone, somewhere / 누군가, 무언가, 어딘가, 언젠가

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안녕하세요! After listening to this lesson, you will be able to say “something”, “someday”, “someone” and “somewhere” in Korean. In Korean, to say these words, you add -ㄴ가 at the end of the interrogative words for “what”, “when”, “who” and “where” in Korean. Listen in to find out how to do this and also listen to some sample expressions using these words! And as always if you have any questions, please feel free to ask us in the comment!

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Level 2 Lesson 26 / imperative / -(으)세요

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안녕하세요! In this lesson, we are looking at how to tell someone to do something in Korean. There are many different ways to say this in Korean, but for now, we are looking at the most commonly used structure, -(으)세요. And the usage that we are introducing in this lesson is not the only usage for the verb ending -(으)세요, but for now, it is good to just remember -(으)세요 for its usage for making imperative sentences in polite Korean.

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Level 2 Lesson 27 / Do it for me / -아/어/여 주세요

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안녕하세요! In Level 2 Lesson 26, we looked at how to tell someone to do something, and in this lesson, we are going to look at how to tell someone to do something for you, or show their kindness by doing something, or ask someone to do something in a more polite way. After listening to the lesson, if you have any questions, please feel free, as always, to leave us comments! 감사합니다!

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Level 2 Lesson 28 / method, way / (으)로

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안녕하세요! Welcome back to TalkToMeInKorean, everyone, and today we have a lesson about a new particle, which is -(으)로. This particle that we are introducing here, -(으)로, has a lot of usages and functions, so it’s virtually impossible to go over all of its usages, but through this lesson, we introduced the basic common feature of its various meaning and usages.

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Level 2 Lesson 30 / Don’t do it / -지 마세요

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안녕하세요. Welcome to the last lesson in Level 2!!! You’re amazing for having made it so far and keeping up with us! Hope you will continue enjoying learning with us in the future! In this lesson, we are introducing how to tell someone to stop doing something or not to do something. Listen in and find out how to say that, and make sure you practice with us through comments!

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