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Learning TIbetan: Writing Practice, Day 2

I still don’t know all of my letters by heart (I’m working on it) but to get used to them and get more familiar I have been copying mantras and Dharanis to work on my writing and to get used to the script better. 74 more words

Eastern Mysticism

그런데 (geureonde) ,그렇지만 (geureochiman) [Word of the Day Series]

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In different movies and songs I constantly hear 그런데 (geureonde) and 그렇지만 (geureochiman). But I always wondered what that meant. I knew they probably meant “but”, but I never really understood how they could be used properly. 212 more words

Korean

누구예요? (nugu yeyo?), 누구세요? (nuguseyo)? [Word of the Day Series]

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Today we will be using “누구 (nugu)” in sentences. We know it means, “who?” but how can we use it to form questions? Well below I have found different ways you can ask, “Who?” in a sentence. 224 more words

Word Of The Day

걱정하지마세요 (geokjeong hajimaseyo), 걱정하지마 (geokjeong hajima) [Word of the Day Series]

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Have you ever been watching a drama, one person turns to the other and says, “괜찮아”? Or how about “걱정하지마세요”? Well today we’re gonna talk about that. 184 more words

Word Of The Day

나 왔어! (na wa-sseo!) [Word of the Day]

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Today is going to be really short. When I used to watch anime, in just about every show, when the person returned home, the conversation would go as follows: 125 more words

Korean

Present, Past, and Future Tense in Korean pt. 1 [Grammar of the Week: First Look]

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Welcome to the very first “Grammar of the Week” Post! This is the first look post of what to expect in the weeks to come. 287 more words

Korean

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

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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

Korean