In a previous lesson, we looked at how spacing works in Korean. In this lesson, we are going to look at some examples of expressions that can mean two different things depending on whether they have spacing in the middle or not. Listen in to find out what those expressions are and be sure to practice with us by making sample sentences on your own!
안녕하세요! Welcome to the very first Sentence Building Drill (문장 만들기 연습) lesson! In this series, we will look at how you can expand your Korean sentence building skills by adding or replacing certain words in given sentences. All the “key” sentences that are used in these lessons are composed of grammar points that have previously been introduced through our lessons. This series will be a good opportunity for you to review what you have learned in the past and also to learn some new vocabulary! Have fun studying!
In this lesson, we look at how to say “less” in Korean. The word for “less” is 덜 [deol] in Korean, but 덜 can mean not only “less” but also “not completely”. Listen in to find out how to use the word 덜 in natural context, and in the comment section below, make as many sample sentences on your own as possible using the word. Thanks for studying with us! 감사합니다!
In today’s TalkToMeInKorean lesson, we look at how to say “the most + adjective” (using superlatives) in Korean. The basic words you need to know are 가장 and 제일. Find out how they can be used in natural context by listening to the lesson!
In this lesson, we look at some word contraction examples in Korean. Some words in Korean are used together so often that they actually almost form a word. Listen in to find out how you can use word contractions wisely to make your Korean sound more fluent!