안녕하세요! Welcome back to TalkToMeInKorean.com! You have learned A LOT about verbs so far! You can now conjugate Korean verbs into many different forms! Great job so far everyone, and today we would like to introduce an exception in the Korean verb rules, which is called the “ㅂ irregular”. Well, it is not as difficult as it sounds. Listen in to find out more!
In this lesson, we are looking at how to use 같아요 with verbs. In order to use 같아요 with verbs to mean “I think…” “It looks like…” or “It seems to me that…”, you need to change the verb into its noun form. Find out how by listening to the lesson and if you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to leave us comments!
안녕하세요! Welcome back to another TTMIK lesson! Here in this lesson, we are going to learn how to say that something looks like something else, or something seems to be in a certain state. Find out how to use the expression 같다 [gat-da] with nouns by listening to the audio lesson.
안녕하세요! There are many different ways of linking verbs in one sentence in Korean, and we’ve already looked at how to use -고 [-go] through one of our previous lessons. Today, in this lesson, we are looking at how the verb ending -아/어/여서 works. After studying this lesson, you will feel that your sentence building skills in Korean have improved a lot! Have fun!