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가겠다고 (gagessdago) | [Word of the Day]

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So we’ve reached the end of the lesson for this week. I’m really disappointed in myself for not catching that I needed to cover additional information before discussing this topic. 122 more words

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먹겠다고 (meoggessdago) | [Word of the Day]

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Alright so it is Day 2 of the post of (-handago). Let me again say, I realize that this post belongs in a bigger grammar post that’s more descriptive. 96 more words

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[Grammar of the Week] | 한다 vs. 한다고

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Okay I can totally explain my absence! I’m really sorry! I took an impromptu vacation and didn’t have any auto-posts set up. I’m back now! 181 more words

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Nick Cave's 'Heard', Memes, and the Culture of Images

Having gone to the Gallery of Modern Art in my city to see an exhibition by Nick Cave, the question of the image culture has been on my mind. 1,134 more words

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쓰다 (sseuda) + -한다 | [Word of the Day]

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We’re back at it again today! I didn’t realize how hard it would be thinking of sentences to use 한다! Before today, I could list sentence after sentence and now this week, nothing is coming to mind. 82 more words

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Three Tips for Learning a New Language

Longtime lighting professional William Pino served as president of Main Street Engineering and Municipal Lighting Systems in Miami, Florida. Outside of his work in lighting and engineering, William Pino enjoys learning new languages in his Miami-area home. 164 more words

William Pino

산책하다 (sanchaekhada)+ -한다 | [Word of the Day]

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Alright, we have talked about motion and movement a lot. We’ve talked about 달리다 (running) and 걷다 (walking) in the past but we haven’t really focused on “going for a run” or “going for walk”. 119 more words

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