In this lesson we are learning how to say that something is “bigger”, “nicer”, “more expensive” than something else. In Korean you use the word 더 [deo] to say this. Listen in to find out how to compare two things or people in Korean. Thanks for studying with us and don’t hesitate to ask if you have any questions!
안녕하세요! We are learning another great sentence pattern to know in this lesson! Listen in and find out how to say that you “have to” do something or something “should” be done. And after listening to the lesson and checking out the PDF, let us know what you have to do, in Korean!
In this lesson, we are going to learn about a grammatical structure that will come in handy when you want to expand your sentences and make longer and more accurate phrases in Korean. In Korean when you link phrases with other phrases, you often make one phrase into a noun form and have it included in a bigger phrase. In order to do that, we are going to look at how to make verbs into nouns in this lesson. Listen in and pay close attention to what 현우 and 경은 introduce, and be sure to give it a try and make your own sample sentences! If you have any questions, please feel free to ask!
Find out how to say that in Korean through this lesson and let us know what you are good or bad at, in Korean! Leave us comments and we will help you make your sentences more natural!
Thank you as always for studying with us! 감사합니다.
안녕하세요. What are something that you can do and you can’t do? Which of those things would you like to be able to say that you can or can’t do in Korean? In this lesson we are introducing how to say “can” and “cannot” in Korean. Listen in and let us know in the comment what you can do and what you can’t do – well, preferably in Korean! We will be waiting for your comments! 감사합니다.
안녕하세요! In addition to the grammar points that we cover one by one in our other lessons, in today’s lesson, we would like to introduce some vocabulary words that can spice up your Korean sentences and help you express your emotions and thought in more detail. We are introducing how to say “very” “a bit” “really” “not really” and “not at all” in this lesson. Listen in to how to say them in Korean and also how written Korean and spoken Korean are different for these expressions.
In this lesson, let us learn how to say “only” in Korean. The word to remember is -만 [-man] but the usage changes depending on whether you are saying “only” about a noun or a verb. Listen in to find out how to use -만 in a sentence and also practice making your own sentences in Korean! Thank you for studying with us!
This is part 2 of our lesson on how to say “also” or “too” in Korean. In this lesson, we are introducing how to use -도 with verbs. In order to add -도 verbs, you need to change the verb into the noun form, -기, so listen in to find out both how to change a verb into the noun form and also how to use -도 with verbs after that.
Let’s learn how to express “also” “too” or “as well” in Korean! You can add the particle -도 [do] to your sentence to express such meanings but the usages vary. And in this lesson, which is Part 1 out of two lessons on the paricle -도 [do], we are going to look at how to use -도 [do] with nouns and pronouns. If you have any questions, please feel free to leave us comments! 감사합니다.
In this lesson we are talking about how to say a certain date in Korean. When talking about the dates, you use the sino-Korean numbers, along with the words 월 [wol] and 일 [il]. Listen in to find out how to say what date today is and also how to ask someone when their birthday is. If you have any questions, please feel free to leave them in the comment box for this lesson!