Please vote for TTMIK in Top 100 Language Lovers 2013

Lexiophiles.com hosts annual contest for language blogs to select the top blogs in the field of language learning. If you think what we are doing is helpful for you, please vote for us there! It would mean a lot for us. There’s no prize or reward involved in this, but it would make us really happy to see TTMIK rank highly on the list of top language blogs in the world. This year, we are nominated in two categories: Top Language Learning Blogs and Top Language Professional Blogs.

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TTMIK Level 9 Lesson 5 / Advanced Situational Expressions: When you are worried

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Welcome to another lesson in the Advanced Situational Expressions series. Throughout this series, we take a look at common situations and some of the advanced expressions you can use in each of them. In this lesson, we will introduce various expressions you can use when you are worried about something or a particular situation.

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Korean Vocab Power Up #3 / 딸기 = strawberry

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What is your favorite fruit? Do you like strawberries? Strawberry is 딸기 [ttal-gi] in Korean. If you already know the word 딸기, how about learning some more expressions that you can form using 딸기? One such expression is 딸기맛 (strawberry-taste). You can find a lot of 딸기맛 drinks in stores.

In this series, we will introduce one word each time and then also introduce some more useful, related expressions. To improve your Korean vocabulary, click here to use our My Weekly Korean Vocabulary subscription!

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http://mykoreanstore.myshopify.com/collections/my-weekly-korean-vocabulary

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TTMIK Talk / Our Trip to the Philippines

Two TTMIK teachers, Seokjin and Hyojin went to the Philippines on a trip, along with some other bloggers from Korea. This trip was fully sponsored by the Philippine Department of Tourism and they had a great time there! Of course while Seokjin and Hyojin were there, they made this video for the TTMIK Talk series, to help you learn more Korean expressions and practice listening.

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Free Seminar in Seoul – 19 May 2013 @ Kyobo Bookstore (Gwanghwamun)

We’re having our first bookstore seminar next weekend! Thanks to all of you who study through our lessons, we have published four textbooks so far, which are already available in major bookstores in Korea. And to help you study more effectively and to meet more listeners in person, we are having an free seminar open to anyone at Kyobo Bookstore (교보문고) in Gwanghwamun (광화문) next week. If you are in Seoul on the 19th of May, 2013, please come join us at the seminar at 4 PM. Please read below for directions to the place and more information.

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Korean Vocab Power Up #2 / 견인 = tow

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Have you ever had your car towed away? Nobody likes to have their car towed away when it’s just parked somewhere. But it happens to a lot of people, at some point in life, for various reasons. The noun for “tow” is 견인, and it can be used in various verb forms and in many sentence types. We are introducing the word 견인 in this lesson, as well as some sample phrases that you can practice with.

In this series, we will introduce one word each time and then also introduce some more useful, related expressions. To improve your Korean vocabulary, click here to use our My Weekly Korean Vocabulary subscription!

Click here to check it out:
http://mykoreanstore.myshopify.com/collections/my-weekly-korean-vocabulary

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