Level 8 Lesson 27 / Advanced Situational Expressions: Complimenting in Korean

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Giving a genuine compliment about or to someone is an important thing to know how to do in any language. In this lesson, we are looking at common expressions you can use when you want to pay someone a compliment in Korean. Whether you want to say “Wow, you’re really good at it” or “I wish I was as good at ______ as you”, this lesson has you covered! Enjoy, and as always, thanks for studying with us!

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Level 8 Lesson 27 / Advanced Situational Expressions: Complimenting in Korean
  • Jeferry

    hallo to all teachers, thx again for the lesson ! 😀
    by the way i have a question, how do we say “as long as” in korean??
    like for example “as long as you eat, you won’t get hungry”
    thx for the answer 😀

    • Wan Imran

      TRY THIS!

      누구누구 씨는 먹기만 하면 배고프지 않을 거예요.

    • 그래그

      nvm

    • Ian

      . 기만하면: As long as. 지만 않으면: As long as you don’t. 먹기만하면 배고프지 않아: As long as you eat, you won’t be hungry.

  • jajabor

    정말 정말 감사합니다.

  • sanajaoba

    thanks to all members of ttmik , god bless you 🙂

  • Guest

    Jeferry they already covered as long as. 기만하면: As long as. 지만 않으면: As long as you don’t. 먹기만하면 배고프지 않아: As long as you eat, you won’t be hungry.

  • TinaMusicFairy

    I have a question: is the honorific “시” required when speaking among friends and family?