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Teach Me Korean Currency (Video)

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Teach Me Korean Currency (PDF)

 

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TTMIK Level 1 Lesson 17

In this TTMIK lesson, we are looking at the past tense of the Korean language. By knowing how to change your verbs into the past tense, you will be able to talk about what you did yesterday, who you met last week, and etc. If you already understand how to change verbs into the present tense, using the past tense will be a breeze. And if you are still not sure how to use the present tense, don't worry! We are going to review that in this lesson too. Be sure to ask us any questions you have in the comment box! Thank you!

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In this TTMIK lesson, we are looking at the past tense of the Korean language. By knowing how to change your verbs into the past tense, you will be able to talk about what you did yesterday, who you met last week, and etc. If you already understand how to change verbs into the present tense, using the past tense will be a breeze. And if you are still not sure how to use the present tense, don't worry! We are going to review that in this lesson too. Be sure to ask us any questions you have in the comment box! Thank you!

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TTMIK Interview #4 [Advanced Level]

TTMIK - Interview #4

[Advanced Level]

This episode of TTMIK is a part of the series called “그들이 특별한 이유”, which means “The reason that they are special.” We believe that everybody is special in their own way, so in this series, we interview “ordinary people” and talk about why they are also “special.” This series was designed mainly for advanced level learners of the Korean language, therefore it is 100% in Korean. But even if you are not at advanced level yet, this series will provide you with great listening practice material. Every word used during the interview has been transcribed in the PDF for this lesson so be sure to download the PDF too. If you have any questions, please feel free to leave us a comment and we will do our best to answer them! Thank you!

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Direct download: TTMIK-interview-4.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 12:18pm JST

TTMIK Level 1 Lesson 16

In this TTMIK lesson, we are looking at how to change a verb in its dictionary form into the basic present tense. In Korean, when you look up a verb in a dictionary, everything ends in the letter [da], and you have to get rid of that in order to conjugate the verb. And after that, you add [a-yo], [eo-yo], or [yeo-yo]. Listen in to find out how to determine which one of these should follow the verb stem when you say something in the present tense. Be sure to pick up the FREE PDF, and also try making some sample sentences of your own. Video responses are welcome as well!

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Direct download: TTMIK-Lesson-L1L16.mp3
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TTMIK Level 1 Lesson 16 PDF

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TTMIK News #2

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If you have been waiting for some material to learn how to read and write in Korean from, now you can use the lessons at KoreanWikiProject.com and you can find the link to the pages at the KWP website at our TTMIK sidebar. Listen in to find out more. Thank you!

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Direct download: ttmik-news2.mp3
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TTMIK Level 1 Lesson 15

TTMIK Level 1 Lesson 15

In this TTMIK lesson, we are talking about numbers. In Korean there are two sets of number, one is native Korean numbers and the other set is sino-Korean numbers. Sino-Korean numbers are numbers that are based on the Chinese language (therefore if you speak Chinese, you will find that the sino-Korean numbers are quite similar to the Chinese numbers), and in this lesson we are introducing numbers 0, 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, 10, 100, and 1,000.

Numbers are not always easy to memorize, especially if you don't have to use them often, so be sure to practice using them every chance you get!

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