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천천히 (cheoncheonhi) [Word of the Day]

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Going into the weekend, I decided that the best way to kickstart it before the next Grammar of the Week would be to post an adverb that was used as an example during this week’s lesson. 78 more words

Korean

잃다 (ilta) [Word of the Day]

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I decided to go back to verbs. I kinda missed them a little bit. We use verbs a lot more often when we speak than we actually really consider. 58 more words

Korean

괴롭다 (goeropda) [Word of the Day] | Vocabulary List of the Week

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I keep hearing this word. And though it’s not an adverb, it is a word that I think you’re probably familiar with as well if you listen to kpop. 118 more words

Korean

나오다 (naoda) [Word of the Day]

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Looks like I’ve moved back to verbs today. I love verbs. I should be more focused on adverbs right now but I can’t really focus on new stuff at the moment. 104 more words

Korean

늦다 (neutda) [Word of the Day]

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Today’s word is exactly what I am! I’m really sorry for the late posts today. I got completely distracted. But I’ll do better tomorrow. 57 more words

Korean

Greek 101 - Greetings

I’ve always dreamed of being able to talk in various languages as it would be very beneficial for the type of work that I do. I am a physical rehab therapist who mainly works with elderly people and also with immigrant people coming from all over the world. 236 more words

Greek

Adverbs in Korean| Where do they go in a sentence??? [Grammar of the Week]

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This was probably one of the hardest things for me to grasp when I first started reading/writing sentences in Hangul. I had no idea where the adverbs were supposed to go or even how to identify them. 151 more words

Korean