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

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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!

You can download a free PDF for this lesson here, or if you want to study with our TalkToMeInKorean textbooks, you can get them here.

We have a dialogue prepared in 100% Korean based on all the lessons in Level 3. If you want to check how much you can understand before studying all of the Level 3 lessons, try listening to the dialogue here.


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  • Tiana Walder

    내일 학교에 가야 되는데, 숙제 시작해야 돼요
    I have to go to school tomorrow, I have to start my homework.

    • Seokjin Jin

      Correct! 잘 했어요. 🙂

  • linnn

    해외팬인데 많이콘서트를 못 갔어요.
    I’m overseas fans, that’s why i can’t go for many concerts(which held in korea).
    Is is correct?

  • is 일요일인데 = 일요일이에요 +ㄴ데?
    i mean the 인 part

  • 감사합니다

  • TheFuzzeePanda

    어제 치구 랑 잡담인데, 전화 링있었어요. = Yesterday, I was chatting with my friend, when the phone rings.

    Is this correct?
    감사합니다 TTMIK!

  • Blenda Camargo

    As for songs with 는데, “Might Just Die” by History is full of it 🙂