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언제 (eon-je), 언제했어요?” (eon-je hae-sseo-yo?) [Word of the Day Series]

안녕하세요! Annyeonghaseyo!

We’ve gone over a lot of information. And today, I want to do a “refresher” post. In the past, we’ve talked about:

Who = 누구 (nugu) 368 more words

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행복하다 (haengboghada), 행복합니다 (haengbokhamnida) [Word of the Day Series]

안녕하세요와! (Annyeonghaseyo!)

Today we are talking about happiness! I’m excited about this post because for those of you who will be reading the Grammar of the Week post on Monday, you’re gonna want to pay attention to this one and to refresh your memory on the post about  215 more words

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"감당하다 (gamdanghada)", "못 하다 (mos hada)" [Word of the Day Series]

안녕하세요와! (Annyeonghaseyo!)

Today is going to be a pretty easy day. I have been listening to a lot of kpop songs and recognizing words now but I have no clue what they mean! 227 more words

Word Of The Day

"좋아하다 (joahada)" "자기야 (jagiya)", "여보 (yeobo)" [Word of the Day + New Series??]

안녕하세요와! (Annyeonghaseyo!)

Welcome back to the Word of the Day Series! I’m going to begin something new next week and that’s adding a weekly grammar lesson series everyday. 665 more words

Korean

몰라요 (mollayo) vs 알아요 (arayo) [Word of the Day Series]

안녕하세요와! (Annyeonghaseyo!)

Today’s lesson is going to be fairly quick, 몰라요 (mollayo) vs 알아요 (arayo). These are phrases you’ve heard plenty of times before.

We’ll start with 몰라요 (mollayo). 173 more words

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왜그래 (wae geurae), 왜 안돼 (wae andwae) [Word of the Day Series]

안녕하세요와! (Annyeonghaseyo!)

Remember a few posts back when we covered 괜찮아 (gwenchana)? (This question will make sense in just a bit) I’m always talking about building vocabulary and today, that’s what we’re going to do. 305 more words

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봄 (bom), 여름(yeo-reum), 가을 (ga-eul), 겨울(의) (gyeo-ul) - 사계절(Sagaejul) [Word of the Day Series]

안녕하세요와! (Annyeonghaseyo!) I hope all is well with you? Shall we get started?

I decided to break the lesson from the show I was watching in half. 402 more words

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