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기대하다 (gidaehada) [Word of the Day]

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Today’s WOTD is a verb. I don’t remember if I’ve covered this word before but I just randomly remembered it today so I figured I should probably post about it. 99 more words

Korean

가장 (gajang) [Word of the Day]

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I’m not sure how many of you have heard this word before but today was literally my first time catching it being said. It caught me off guard for two reasons though, the first being I thought I had heard this word before and the second being my realization that this was an adverb that I had no prior knowledge of being hearing it today. 99 more words

Korean

물어보다 (mureoboda) [Word of the Day]

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주말에 시작 (jumal-e sijag = To start the weekend), I’ve decided to use a word that I’ve been meaning to use these past few days but couldn’t think of it. 164 more words

Korean

만나다 (mannada) [future tense/past tense edition] [Word of the Day]

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This word is one I’ve posted about before. Another word that I did a while back. But I realize, it’s time to stop… 388 more words

Korean

-하고 (hago) [Word of the Day]

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Ok so the WOTD today was a special request by @coffeecupcloset. Remember that if you have any requests or suggestions for the WOTD or Grammar of the Week, comment below! 219 more words

Korean

만약 (manyag) [Word of the Day]

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The WOTD today is one that I have recently stumbled across. I’ve been trying to find ways to use in daily sentences. It’s not really complicated as far as the meaning goes, but it is a bit tricky when I’m trying to make a sentence. 167 more words

Korean

New language, sans Google Translate

Forgive me. I’m going to beat my own drum a bit …feeling pretty chuffed with myself!

See, I recently read a very interesting article. It was about a museum located inside a school in Chile, which is largely curated by students who attend the school. 625 more words

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