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  • G.

    I somewhat understand how to negate a progressive verb by adding “안” before it, for example: “안읽고 있습니다” means to not be reading?
    but I am wondering if it is possible to negate a progressive verb using “지 않다” conjugation? If so are “읽지 않고 있습니다 or 읽고 있지 않습니다” valid sentences?

    Thank you.

  • melany :3

    hello I would like to know If the “500 words” book can be sent through a less expensive mail becausei really want it but the shipping is too expensive 🙁

  • Liz caviness

    Anyone in the US have any shipping issues where your package tracking stops and hasn’t been scanned for 7 days? Last location JFK airport

    • Jayzzle

      This is happening to me to , I bought all the books, the whole 25 books bundle and was given a tracking number and my package hast moved from JFK airport in days

  • Joséphine Lefebvre

    Hello! I have made 2 separate orders for 7 books. I was able to track and finally receive only 6 of them today. However I received an email to confirm purchase of the last book, I never received any tracking number for this last one (counter to all 6 other books). What should I do?

  • andrea

    hi! Don’t you sell the Level 5 workbook?

    • Mateusz Gryboś

      Unfortunately they do not! Hopefully in the future!

  • Matt Jenkins

    When is it ok to put subjects and objects at the end of the sentence? I was listening to Palette by IU and G-Dragon and there is a line where she says 날 미워하는 거 알아 but the after that she says 이제 조금 알 것 같아 날

  • Christina S.

    Hello, could you please explain (or do a lesson on) the differences between Korean’s many ways of saying “so/because/therefore” with verbs? I never know when to use which. I’m talking about words like -기 때문에, -(해)서, -(해)가지고 (I’m especially curious about this one; I know its a conversational phrase but I can’t grasp when to use it), -하니까, -는 바람에, etc. Thanks so much!