TTMIK Level 9 Lesson 12 – -아/어/여 보이다

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Do you often find yourself saying things like “You look great”, “It looks like fun” or “She looks like a student.”? In this lesson, we are going to look at how to say that something “looks like” something or “seems” to be a certain way, using the verb ending -아/어/여 보이다 and comparing it with -(으)ㄴ 것 같다.

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Korean Drama Phrases – Selfless Guardian

Korean dramas often have very interesting story lines, but what can also be interesting and fun are the phrases that are used in some scenes. In this drama phrases lesson, we take a look at a short dialog between two young people, and like with most Korean dramas, there’s a slight unrealistic twist in the story line.
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Catch the Wave / 한번 봐주다, 눈 밖에 나다

Every Friday at 6 PM (KST), you can listen to Hyunwoo and Adrien LIVE on the radio at ArirangRadio.com/CatchTheWave to learn new Korean expressions and listen to fun recordings sent in by listeners of both Catch The Wave and TalkToMeInKorean around the world.
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The Korean Verbs Guide – Pre-order available now

We have our newest book coming out soon, and it’s going to be about Korean verbs! http://tinyurl.com/nyqk9yk You can pre-order them here now to get a special gift with it and our autographs.

This book is designed to help you understand how 100 of the most commonly used Korean verbs are conjugated and used. If you are just starting to learn Korean, going through all the verbs in the book one after another can be a good idea, but if you already know some Korean and want to enhance your grammar skills related to specific verbs, feel free to just look up those words and practice using them. In addition to the conjugation tables, you will see many sample sentences and quizzes to help you become more comfortable in using the verbs, so be sure to keep practicing and reviewing!

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TTMIK Level 9 Lesson 11 – Advanced Idiomatic Expressions – 마음 (mind, heart)

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Let’s talk more about the use of the word 마음 (mind, heart) in Korean idioms. When you study with this series, you will learn many idiomatic expressions that are based on a certain Korean word that is used in everyday Korean conversation. In order to fully understand and use the expressions introduced in this series, it is essential that you understand the gr
ammatical structure of the sentence and check out any previous related TTMIK lessons so you can grasp the full meaning of these idioms.

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