안녕하세요! This is the Sentence Building Drill (문장 만들기 연습) lesson! In this series, we will look at how you can expand your Korean sentence building skills by adding or replacing certain words in given sentences. All the “key” sentences that are used in these lessons are composed of grammar points that have previously been introduced through our lessons. This series will be a good opportunity for you to review what you have learned in the past and also to learn some new vocabulary! Have fun studying! Read more
Remember how to say “to become + adjective”? Some descriptive verbs in Korean used so commonly in this manner that they are almost used as independent words. Let us take a look at some of those words and learn how to say “to improve”, “to change”, “to increase”, etc.
Saying “or” to link words or sentences is very simple in English, but isn’t as simple in Korean; it all depends on what part of speech you are linking that makes the translation vary. In this lesson, we are taking a look at a few of the various ways to say “or” so we can help you become a more fluent Korean speaker!
안녕하세요! In this lesson, we will look at the commonly used verb ending, -거든(요). It has a very subtle meaning, and when used correctly and appropriately, it can make your Korean sound much more natural and fluent. Learn how to use this ending with teachers 현우 and 경은!
In this lesson, we are going to be taking a look at the suffix -겠-. This suffix is used a lot in everyday Korean, but is often confusing or not understood well by Korean language learners because of the various meanings it can take on. Listen to this lesson to gain a better understanding of -겠- and how to use it in a natural way!
안녕하세요! In this lesson, we will go over the expression -(으)ㄹ 겸 [-(eu)l gyeom] and how it is used. This expression can be used in place of a / (slash) or “and” when something or an action has a dual purpose or position. Let’s study how to use this expression so you can speak more fluently in Korean!
안녕하세요! Welcome to the 9th installment in the Word Builder series. In the Word Builder lessons, we introduce letters and words that work as building blocks of the Korean vocabulary. They are not necessarily all Hanja words based on Chinese characters, but many of them are. In this World Builder lesson, we will be looking at the word 과 [gwa]. We hope you enjoy the lesson!
안녕하세요! In our previous lesson, 경은 and 현우 explained how to say “I mean…” in 4 different ways in Korean. Now that you know how to explain what you mean, how do you ask someone else what he/she means? Have no fear, that’s why this lesson is here! Learn how to ask “what do you mean?”, “what does that mean?”, and “what’s that supposed to mean?” by downloading the PDF and audio file!
Welcome to Lesson 11 of Level 6 of Talk To Me In Korean! Just like there are different ways of expression “I mean…” in English, there are just as many ways in Korean. However, in this lesson, 경은 and 현우 will be breaking down the 4 most common ways to say “I mean…” in Korean.