Level 4 Lesson 24 / much more, much less / 훨씬

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In Level 2 Lesson 21 and Level 2 Lesson 29, we looked at how to say “more” and also how to say that something is “more + adjective + than something else”. In this lesson, we are looking at how to say “much more + adjective + than something”. Listen in to find out how to say it and make sure you try making some sample sentences on your own!

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. And after you learn the basics, try writing your own Korean sentences and get corrections from native speakers through HaruKorean, our 1:1 correction service.

  • JUN

    내일 출발했으면 너무 좋겠어요~

  • Dolsanria

    고양이보다 개가 훨씬 귀여워요.
    Dogs are much more cuter than cats.

  • Katherine Traylor

    지난 렜썬보다 이 렜썬에 선생님 말이 훨씬 빨아요. – -:

  • Francesco Colléter

    아침에소 오후 보다 훨씬 더 걷읍니다.

    I walk much more in the morning than in the afternoon.

    • Ralph

      에서* 걷습니다* (because, 갇다 has a 받침, you would conjugated it with the ~습니다 ending)

    • Seokjin Jin

      아침에는 오후보다 훨씬 더 걷습니다. or 아침에는 오후보다 훨썬 더 걸어요.

  • mailuong

    Something I have always been confused about is the word “this”. How come 이게 is used sometimes and 이거 is used other times? Do they have different meanings or area they both interchangeable? Same with the words 그게 and 그거… ~.~

    • Ralph

      그게 is a contraction of 그거 and subject marking particle 이. Same with 이게 and 이거

    • Ralph

      and remember that 이것이 is the original version of 이거. (그것 -> 그거). As my professor says, “language is a promise, and moves to reflect the spoken form as people begin speaking faster and faster”

    • Seokjin Jin

      I agree with you. :)

  • Bahti Tashpaev

    한국의 문화에 대해 얼마나 많이 알수록 우리 나라 문화와 달리 것들이 훨씬 더 재미있는 것이 있을지 알고 있어요. 그들 중에 하나 ” 빨간색으로 죽은 사람의 이름만 쓴 다고 하는 것 ”