So far we have looked at various grammar points in Korean, and now we feel that it is the right time to touch upon spacing rules in Korean. In English, different words are basically all written separately, but in Korean, there are some cases in which words are written without space between them. Listen in to find out about the basic spacing rules in Korean!
This is Part 2 of our lesson on 아무. In this lesson, we introduce some more expressions that contain the word 아무, as well as some fixed expressions and more sample sentences. Be sure to make your own sample sentences in the comment for further practice!
In this lesson, we are looking at some words that express frequency. The words introduced in this lesson are 가끔 [ga-kkeum], 자주 [ja-ju], 항상 [hang-sang], 맨날 [maen-nal], 별로 [byeol-lo], 거의 [geo-ui], and 전혀 [jeon-hyeo]. It is important to practice using these words along with the verbs that you will actually use those frequency words with, so be sure to make sample sentences of your own in the comment!
Welcome to another lesson in the Word Builder series. In the Word Builder lessons, we introduce letters and words that work as building blocks of the Korean vocabulary. They are not necessarily all Hanja words based on Chinese characters, but many of them are.
Hope you enjoy this lesson, and we are looking at the word “부/불” [bu/bul].
In this lesson, we are looking at how to say “to try doing” something in Korean. The structure that you can use to say this in Korean is -아/어/여 보다. The original meaning of “보다” is, as you know, “to see”. Listen in to find out how this is used in natural context and practice by making your own sentences in Korean in the comment!