Questions for Class #16

Hi, The main focus of today’s class was ‘우 (ooh)-verbs’, but we actually ended up getting into so much more, so if there was anything you didn’t quite take in or understand, but would like to, go ahead and reply to this post. We are also now half-way through the ‘nuts n’ bolts’ of Korean,…

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Questions for Class #15

Hi, Learn Korean Online class #15 is our second class of our ‘nuts and bolts of Korean’ mini-series. We took an in depth look at what ‘ah-verbs’ are, and how to use them and conjugate them into our 3 levels – ‘honorific’, ‘common’, and ‘casual’ – as well as into the past tense. If there…

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Questions for Class #14

Hi, Today’s class was the first of what I like to call ‘the nuts and bolts of Korean’ – the skill that you absolutely have to have if you want to be able to move any further into more complex Korean. More specifically, in today’s class we did what I call ‘ㅗ-verbs’ (‘oh-verbs’). The skill…

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Questions for Class #13

Hey, Today’s class was an extension of the previous class where we focused on how to use what we already know to talk about things that are happening now, and also to commands or orders. Next class is when we really start to dive in and learn the #1 skill you’ll need to really be…

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Questions for Class #12

Hey, So today’s class was a big one. It’s the first time we didn’t focus on one particular verb, rather a group of verbs, more specifically, the ‘ha-da’ verbs and a few of the uses and special characteristics that go along with them. This class is actually the first of when we really get into…

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Questions for Class #11

Hey, Today’s class was a heavy one no doubt. It started off as more of a concept class (rather than introducing any new grammar or too much vocab), but we also did our first introduction to speaking in the past tense. This was also the last class we’re going to have that focuses on the…

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Learn Korean Online Q&A: The Best Programs/Schools For Teaching English In Korea

Hey Sunny, Umm, I don’t necessarily what “the best” are. It kind of depends what kind of job you want, and where you’re looking to go, but I could certainly can point you in a few directions. I’ll explain more in the video… ESL Starter: Both private school (hagwons 학원) and public school jobs –>…

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Learn Korean Online: Question & Answer About Phone Numbers…

So in class today we learnt the Chinese derivative counting system (일, 이, 삼, 사…), and in one little bonus section we applied those numbers to phone numbers, more specifically, asking and answering “What’s your phone number?” (“전화 번호 뭐예요?”). So Mark’s question was, does the first part, “전화 번호” refer to a cell phone…

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Questions for Class #10

Hey, Today’s class we learned how to count specific amounts of things, and order specific amounts of things. If you have any questions you need cleared up, just reply to this post and ask away. Cheers! P.S. If you’re new to Korean and might also like to learn Korean online, start by watching the totally…

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Learn Korean Online: How To Say Hi in Korean

There are 3 main ways to say hi or hello in Korean, and they are based on levels of respect and formality. The first hi in Korean is the highest form of respect and formality, which really would be more of a hello than a hi, but it goes… 안녕하십니까? (The romanization is something like…Anyoung…

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