Do you know how to say that something is like something? Yes, you use the expressions -같아요. But how about when you want to say “to do” something “like something” (i.e. to walk like a robot)? You need to use -같이 or -처럼 to form an adverb. Listen to this lesson to find out more about these expressions! Read more
In this lesson we are looking at an interesting sentence ending, -(으)ㄹ 만하다 and how it is used after verbs to form meanings like “to be worth doing”, “to be bearable” or even “to be understandable”. Listen in to learn more about it and be sure to practice by making your own sentences using -(으)ㄹ 만하다!
Learn how to say “to pretend to do” something in Korean in this lesson! The key words you need to know are 척 and 체. Listen in to find out how to use them in natural sentences. And after you study with this lesson, be sure to practice by making your own sentences!
Welcome to Level 7! In the first lesson of Level 7, we talk about how to use -(는)구나 and -(는)군요 to show your reaction about something that you found out about or realized for the first time.