Questions for Class #21


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 that bad once you get the idea of it, and that’s what this class is aimed at doing.

If you have any questions about today’s class – it is a good one to make sure you have clear ’cause it’ll really help you down the road – go ahead and reply to this and ask away.



P.S. If you’re reading this and don’t know how to read, write or speak Korean, or would just maybe like to find out what these online classes are all about, then just above this post and to the right, you should see a big red “FREE” sign. Although (at the time I wrote this) it says you’ll only get class #1 of the course, I’ve actually recently changed the system and so by entering your name and email address into there, you’ll actually now get the first 4 classes (a total of almost 4 hours worth of videos) in 5-day increments.

That way, you can learn how to read and write the Korean alphabet, learn how the basic Korean sentence works and how to ask and answer a few of the most common questions using arguably the most common verb, AND you can find out exactly how the online course works. 3 birds with one stone? Who’s heard of it!

Anyways, if you are just a beginner then these videos will really go a long way in helping you understand exactly how basic Korean works, and should make the rest of your Korean learning experience a lot easier to understand.



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