If you are familiar with the structure -(으)면서, which was introduced in the previous lesson, it is easy to guess what -(ㄴ/는)다면서(요) and -(이)라면서(요) mean. However, if you try to translate -(ㄴ/는)다면서(요) and -(이)라면서(요) literally to English, the translations are much different than the actual meaning because they can be used as a sentence ending. Find out more about these two endings by listening to the podcast and following along in the PDF!
Learning different expressions and sentences derived from a keyword is a very effective way not only to understand the word in the context but also to improve your sentence building skills, like you practiced with this lessons. Check out My Weekly Korean Vocabulary e-books with which you can learn 7 new keywords every week with 20 accompanying sample sentences followed by vocabulary note for each keyword!
Idiomatic Expressions Sample Lesson
You can learn some commonly used idiomatic expressions through this video lesson series available at HaruKorean.com. This video lesson is a sample video of the series. In this sample video lesson, you will learn what ‘생각이 없다’ means with teacher Hyunwoo ^^