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Foreign Language Tip #15 | You Will Be Misunderstood...

There will be times during this journey where you won’t be understood and where you won’t understand.

What?

There will be a language barrier, unlike the language barrier you experience when you don’t speak the language at all. 372 more words

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운전하다 ‎(unjeonhada) [Word of the Day]

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운전하다 ‎(unjeonhada) | “to drive”

Today’s word is another familiar word that we’re going to change to a future tense verb. Remember, this verb stem that we’re going to use is used when your decision is reflective of what the other person said. 84 more words

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만들다 (mandeulda) | [Word of the Day]

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Okay so we are back, and doing this properly. Let’s just go ahead and get started!

만들다 (mandeulda) | “to make” 

A familiar verb that we’re going to add -(으)ㄹ 게요 as the verb stem. 82 more words

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하다 (hada) + -(으)ㄹ 게요 | [Word of the Day]

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Alright, so we are still working on using -(으)ㄹ 게요. Now last week I made a bit of a blunder. I said that (으)ㄹ 거예요 was used to reference your actions in the future based on what the other person said. 172 more words

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Grammar of the Week | -(으)ㄹ 거예요 vs. -(으)ㄹ 게요 (part 1) + 갈 게요 [Word of the Day]

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No, you aren’t seeing things, this is literally the same word over again. Why am I talking about it again? Well, it’s not because I forgot I already covered it. 262 more words

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살 거예요 (sal geoyeyo) | [Word of the Day]

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Edit: This post has been updated. It previously stated that this verb stem was used to say that a person’s future action were determined by what someone else said, however, that’s incorrect.

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공부할 거예요 (gongbuhal geyeyo)[Word of the Day]

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Edit: This post has been updated. It previously stated that this verb stem was used to say that a person’s future action were determined by what someone else said, however, that’s incorrect.

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