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주다 (juda) [Word of the Day Series]

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Today’s verb is one that I kinda like a little more than most verbs. The verb is 주다 (juda) and it means, “to give”. 73 more words

Korean

생각하다 (saeng-gaghada) [Word of the Day Series]

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First let me say how thrilled I am to be back blogging at my normal time! I had to kinda/almost skip a day just to get the timing right. 179 more words

Korean

도와주다 (dowajuda) [Word of the Day Series]

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Today I wanted to talk about a verb that is said quite often when the main character gets into some kind of trouble. The verb is 도와주다 (dowajuda) and it means, “To help; lend a hand”. 93 more words

Korean

읽다 (ilgda) [Word of the Day Series]

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I’m really late today getting these posts out. It was kinda a long day and the internet hasn’t exactly been friendly to me. I’m sorry. 100 more words

Korean

Irregular Verbs [Grammar of the Week]

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Today we’re going to take a break from counting and numbers in Korean. I’ve been talking about irregular verbs all last week and today I’m actually going to talk about what they are and how to use them. 208 more words

Korean

싫다 (silhda) [Word of the Day Series]

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For some reason, I love this word! It’s one of my favorite words that I hear in k-dramas. It’s usually said by children or really upset adults but I still love this word! 94 more words

Korean

물어보다 (mul-eoboda) [Word of the Day Series]

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Going into the weekend, I decided to finish the week with the last verb. This is not an irregular verb however, for those of you interested in that topic, I will be covering that on the Grammar of the Week post. 71 more words

Korean