Level 3

Level 3 Lesson 21 / linking verbs / -는데, 명사 + -인데, 형용사 + -ㄴ데

안녕하세요! Now this is a lesson that a lot of you have requested! In this lesson we are looking at how “-는데” works in Korean. This is a verb ending that has a very wide variety of meanings, so this lesson is a little bit more lengthy than our other lessons. But we can promise you that if you listen through this lesson, you will learn a lot and your Korean sentences will become much more natural!

화이팅!

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Level 3 Lesson 19 / after -ing / 다음에

안녕하세요! Welcome back to TTMIK! In this lesson, we introduce how to say “after -ing” or “after you do something” in Korean. In order to say this, you need to use the structure -(으)ㄴ 다음에, -(으)ㄴ 후에, or -(으)ㄴ 뒤에. Find out how to use these expressions in natural context and and listen to more sample sentences by listening to the audio lesson. Be sure to check the PDF available in the side bar of the lesson post as well!

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Level 3 Lesson 17 / in order to, for the sake of / 위하다, 위해, 위해서

안녕하세요! Welcome back to our lessons! We all know that all of our listeners are working hard to achieve fluency in Korean! Today, we are going to find out how to say “for the sake of” “in order for” or “in order to” in Korean, so that you can say things like “for health”, “for the sake of health”, or “in order to speak Korean well” in Korean.

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Level 3 Lesson 14 / Making adjectives / action verbs + -는/(으)ㄴ/(으)ㄹ + 명사

안녕하세요 ^^! We are back with another lesson on making adjectives out of verbs in Korean. And today, we are looking at how to change action verbs into adjectives. Basically when you add the suffix -는 after a verb stem, it becomes an adjective that can modify a noun. Listen in to find out more about it, and be sure to check out the PDF as well!

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