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싶다, 먹다, and 나가다| [Word of the Day]

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After yesterday’s lesson, I decided to change up a bit on how to explain this. It’s easy to do it when you’ve figured it out but explaining it is a little difficult and it can just look like a bunch of random sentences thrown in a post. 446 more words

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뭐 (mwo) + phrases| [Word of the Day]

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I’m really sorry for not posting the kpop update yet! I promise I am not deliberately putting off doing a kpop update!! I just get so distracted throughout the day and with the grammar and word posts being more involved now, they take more of my time away from kpop. 114 more words

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BACK TO BASICS

When I lived in London, I worked with, stayed with and became good friends with a number of Frenchies. I enjoyed the cuisine, drank lots of Champagne and learnt the very basics of this beautiful language. 128 more words

February 2017

Foreign Language Tip 2 #28 | The Key to a New Language... Memorization

You’d be surprised to know that the biggest obstacle you have in learning a new language is mastering how to memorize things. Yes, a good portion of it is learning new grammar principles and things of that nature. 332 more words

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언제 + vocabulary | [Word of the Day]

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I’m not really sure when I should’ve posted a kpop update but I’m sure it should’ve been either today or yesterday. Since I started this post so late, I’ll do one on Thursday. 240 more words

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어디에 + 가다 (Basic Questions) | [Word of the Day]

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Okay so today we’re starting practical conversations. We’re talked about 어디에 plenty of times before in the past. And I’m sure you could google search different phrases using it, but let’s try making sentences with just the principles we know. 176 more words

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"Review and Apply" + Basic Conversation in Korean (Video) | [Grammar of the Week]

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We cover a lot of grammar lessons in this series. We cover new topics almost every week and even though there are examples throughout the week, if you’re just starting out it can be overwhelming. 209 more words

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