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장식 (jangsik) [Word of the Day]

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I went into full debate mode on what I should make as the WOTD today and then I was inspired. Today I began the decoration and organization process of my office at work and my desk at home and so I figured, why not make… 58 more words

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Foreign Language Tip #5 | Study Habits: Is Your Studying Routine Useful?

Yes we are returning to this topic. I covered it before but I see many people still struggle with this concept so today I’ll go into more detail that’ll probably help you out if you are one of these people. 830 more words

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(껍질) 벗기다 [(kkeobjil) beosgida] [Word of the Day]

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Today marks the last day of the verbs and Grammar of the Week collaboration. I’m also going to introduce a new concept we will be going over during the next Grammar of the Week. 64 more words

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춤추다 (chumchuda) [Word of the Day]

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So this week it’s back to verbs we go! After the last couple of Grammar of the Week lessons, I want to incorporate that into the WOTD for a couple of days. 42 more words

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Grammar of the Week | -기 쉽다/어렵다 [to be easy/to be difficult] pt. 2 (examples)

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Alright so instead of a WOTD, we’re just going to focus on the Grammar of the Week. I’ll add plenty of familiar vocabulary in these examples. 126 more words

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낮다 (najda) vs 높다 (nopda) | [Word of the Day]

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Alright so today ends the week of opposites. I hope this has been helpful in building a more descriptive vocabulary. You’ll be surprised how many new sentences you create with the more words you know. 66 more words

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A new language (off-topic post of the year)

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“Farsi? That’s some complicated script language that’s kind of similar to Arabic, right?”

Those were my thoughts a year ago. I didn’t even know that it was the language of Iran. 165 more words