Welcome to another Sentence Building Drill (문장 만들기 연습) lesson! In this series, we 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 been previously introduced through our lessons. This series is 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!
Hello, everyone! In this Advanced Situational Expressions lesson, we are looking at various ways to say that you’re feeling good or happy about something. Whether you’re going on a vacation and want to say “I’m really excited!” or something went really well at work and you want to brag to all your co-workers about how good it is, you’ll learn how to say those things and more here!
Using words like “despite,” “although,” and “in spite of” add quality to your English sentences in addition to expressing the idea of contrast. The same is true in Korean and by learning to use the expression 불구하고 in formal situations with this lesson, you can enhance the quality of your Korean speech in no time!
Giving a genuine compliment about or to someone is an important thing to know how to do in any language. In this lesson, we are looking at common expressions you can use when you want to pay someone a compliment in Korean. Whether you want to say “Wow, you’re really good at it” or “I wish I was as good at ______ as you”, this lesson has you covered! Enjoy, and as always, thanks for studying with us!
In this lesson, we will be talking more about the use of the word 몸 (body) in Korean idioms. If you study with this series, you will learn many idiomatic expressions that are based upon a certain Korean word that is used in everyday Korean conversation. In order to fully understand and use the expressions introduced in this series, it is essential that you understand the grammatical structure of the sentence and check out any previous related TTMIK lessons so you can grasp the full meaning of these idioms.
안녕하세요~ Have you ever found yourself in a situation where you want to tell someone “hey, that’s not true” or “no, that’s not what I’m saying”? Have you ever needed to know how to say these things in Korean? Well, have no fear! TTMIK is here to the rescue! In this lesson, we are introducing 12 magnificent Korean phrases that will help you defend, deny, or negate!
In this lesson, we are taking a look at how to use the sentence ending “-(으)ㄹ 따름이다”. This is used to express the meaning of “only” as in “we can only …” or “what I did is just …”. This is a somewhat formal ending and can be found in many official (usually apologetic) statements as well as contexts where the speaker is expressing hope or regret, such as “I only did what he told me, but …” or “we can only wait for the result now”.
Welcome to another lesson in the Advanced Situation Expressions series. Throughout this series, we will take a look at common situations and some of the advanced expressions you can use in each of them. In this lesson, we will introduce various expressions you can use when you want to make suggestions and proposals.
안녕하세요! 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 that are based on Chinese characters, but many of them are. In this World Builder lesson, we will be looking at how 상 (上) is used in Korean vocabulary.
In this lesson, we will be talking more about the use of the word 머리 (head, hair) in Korean idioms. If you study with this series, you will learn many idiomatic expressions that are based upon a certain Korean word that is used in everyday Korean conversation. In order to fully understand and use the expressions introduced in this series, it is essential that you understand the grammatical structure of the sentence and check out any previous related TTMIK lessons so you can grasp the full meaning of these idioms. Read more