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How to Say it in Korean: Don't worry about useless things

Here’s a useful Korean expression that you can use when you want to say “Don’t worry about useless things.”

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How to Say it in Korean: I want to be a lawyer in the future

Here’s a useful Korean expression that you can use when you want to say “I want to be a lawyer in the future.”

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How to Say it in Korean: I prepare for my classes everyday

Here’s a useful Korean expression that you can use when you want to say “I prepare for my classes everyday.”

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How to Say it in Korean: Where have you been all day?

Here’s a useful Korean expression that you can use when you want to say “Where have you been all day?”

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Korean Grammar #5 – ㄹ/을 거예요 (Future Tense)

This pattern can be used to make future tense sentences.

The basic conjugation rules are :

  1. Verb stems ending with a vowel (보다, 가다, 저다) are followed by ㄹ 거예요.
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Korean Grammar #4 – 이/그/저 (This/That/That)

이 (this), 그 (that), 저 (that) are used to indicate a person or an object. 이 is used to refer to a person or an object that is close to the speaker.   170 more words

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Korean Grammar #3 – 이/가 (Subject Marker)

The subjective marker 이/가 is used to indicate that the preceding noun phrase is the subject of the sentence. 가 is used after a word which ends with a vowel, while 이 is used after a consonant. 65 more words

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