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영화관 (yeonghwagwan)| [Word of the Day]

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영화관 (yeonghwagwan) | “cinema” or “movie theater”

i.e.,

  • 그 영화관 입니까? (geu yeonghwagwan ibnikka?) | “Is that a movie theater (cinema)?”
  • 영화관에 가 싶어요.
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Weekly Lesson #4 | 여기는, 거기는, 저기는...입니까? / 아닙니다.

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So this week I’m combining two things into one post since they are things we’ve already seen. This is more of a review and “How much do you know and/or remember?” type post before we move on and since I said I would do questions this week I figured I’d slip a bit of review in there as well. 66 more words

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Living in Bruges - Learning dutch

Belgium has three official languages. Living in the north of the country – you speak Dutch, living in the south – you speak French, living close to the German border – you speak German. 858 more words

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거울 (geoul) | [Word of the Day]

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거울 (geoul) | “mirror”

Example:

  • 거울을보세요. (geoul-eulboseyo.) | “Look in the mirror.”
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도서관 (doseogwan)| [Word of the Day]

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Yikes! Sorry you guys! This was supposed to be posted yesterday and I completely forgot!

Word:

도서관 (doseogwan) | “library”

Example:

  • 도서관 입니다. (doseogwan ibnida.) | “This is a library.”
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신문 (sinmun) | [Word of the Day]

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신문 (sinmun) | “newspaper”

Example:

  • 그는 신문을 읽었습니다. (geuneun sinmun-eul ilg-eossseubnida.) | “He read the newspaper.”
  • 그녀는 신문을 있어요. (geunyeoneun sinmun-eul iss-eoyo.) | “She has a newspaper.”
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Weekly Lesson #3 | 여기는, 거기는, 저기는...입니다.

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How helpful have these weekly lessons been? I hope they’re providing you all with many different ways to apply all the grammar lessons that you may have learned here and from other sites. 245 more words

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