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 a bit of a heavy one, and introduced a few new sentence patterns as well, so if you have any questions about the class, please feel free to reply to this post and ask.
P.S. If you’re reading this and are just new to learning Korean and would possibly like to try to learn korean online, if you look just up to the right of this post, you’ll see a big red FREE sign. By entering your name and email under there (although it says otherwise at the time I posted this), you’ll get access to the first 4 classes of my online course (around 20 videos totallying around 4 hours of material) which will cover exactly how to read and write Korean, and get into the breakdown of the basic sentence teaching you exactly how to ask and answer questions using arguably the most common verb there is. Finding decent resources to learn Korean from can be difficult, and those videos should help get you started in the right direction. Cheers!