Questions for Class #23

Hi, In class #23, we went over a couple of different things, both using the same structure. The first use will come in handy as it’s a question (or questions) that you’ll really hear a lot in Korean. The other use of the structure is one that I think you’ll find yourself using a lot,…

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Questions for Class #22

Hi, Today’s class covered a way to ask and give permission, and also how to say “You can’t do that,” in terms of, you must not. It’s a bit of a short class this time, but if you have any questions, please reply to this post. Cheers! Rob…

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How-to Korean: say ‘PLEASE’ (video)

This is the first video in the ‘how-to korean’ series here at learnkoreanonline.net. The question asked was, “How do you say please in Korean. Watch the video to find out. And after, if you have any more questions, feel free to reply to this post and ask away. Cheers, and happy learning! p.s. by the…

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Questions for Class #21

Hi, Today’s class we got into a structure that is just amazingly common and useful when speaking Korean. It’s something that most native English speakers take for granted, ’cause students of English have a real hard time with it, but going the other direction, learning how to say those things in Korean is actually not…

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Questions for Class #20

Hi, Well, yet another class is down. In this class we took a look at another common way to speak about the future using a style of speech that seems to have been phased out of most styles of English these days, but is still very commonly used in the Korean language. This class was…

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‘Learn Korean Online’ Question and Answer: “I’ve heard ‘과’ (gwa) before as well. What’s that?”

Hey Miranda, Here’s a video answering your question. There’ll be some more notes and examples down below the video. Cheers! P.S. If you’re just new to learning Korean, but would maybe like to try to learn Korean online, then if you look to the right of this post, you’ll see a big, red free sign.…

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Questions for Class #19

Hi, Today was a fairly light class in terms of content, and that was on purpose. The main objective was to just get a bit more practice conjugating different verb forms, as well as give you a bit wider use of the expression ‘주세요 (jusayo)’. If you have any questions about today’s class, or would…

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Questions for Class #18

Hi, So today’s class is officially the last class of the ‘nuts and bolts’ of Korean. In this class, as well as last class, I’ve been trying to introduce new sentence structures in and effort to show exactly WHY the ‘nuts and bolts’ are so important. So that has lead to a fairly heavy load…

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Questions for Class #17

Hi, We’re now more than half-way through what I call the ‘nuts and bolts’ of Korean – the skill you absolutely have to have in order to get to a higher level in Korean – and I think we’re starting to pick up on the pattern, so today I decided to do a couple groups…

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Learn Korean Online Question Answered: “How do you say ‘YES’, ‘NO’, ‘NO, THANK YOU’, ‘YOUR WELCOME’and ‘I DON’T UNDERSTAND’ in Korean

Hi, If you’ve just started to learn Korean, then here’s a question that was asked about some basic things to say in Korean. Check out the video for the answer (my apologies for this vid, it’s my first time using youtube and it doesn’t seem to load and play as quickly as the way I…

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