Level 3 Lesson 8 / to look like, to seem like / – 같아요

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안녕하세요! Welcome back to another TTMIK lesson! Here in this lesson, we are going to learn how to say that something looks like something else, or something seems to be in a certain state. Find out how to use the expression 같다 [gat-da] with nouns by listening to the audio lesson.


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  • Karla UM

    “you are like an animal” lol 경은언니 is so funny, i love her so much x’D you guys make learning korean so much fun!!
    I hope I can meet you guys when I visit korea next year…or if some day you go to Costa Rica ^_^ i’m officially inviting you all

  • b1gpotato

    i think i’m falling in love with her voice

  • VoldiPhil

    Hey, a short question to this lesson:

    In this example sentence:

    A하고 B는 같아요. [A-ha-go B-neun ga-ta-yo.] = A and B are the same

    You use the topicmarker as well as 하고 to say that to things are the same, whereas here:

    이거랑 이거랑 같아요? [i-geo-rang i-geo-rang ga-ta-yo?] = Are this and this the same?

    you use 랑 for both compared nouns. I don’t really understand why. :P