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In this lesson, we are looking at how -(으)ㄹ까 보다 is used in a sentence. As you’ve learned from Level 3 Lesson 4, when you add the ending -(으)ㄹ까 after a verb stem, it can express an assumption (e.g. 내일 비가 올까요? = Do you think it will rain tomorrow?). With  -(으)ㄹ까 보다, an assumption is also implied, but you can also express concern, the reason for a decision, or an inclination to do something.

Direct download: TTMIK-Level9Lesson18.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 11:00am JST

In this lesson, we are looking at how -(으)ㄹ까 보다 is used in a sentence. As you’ve learned from Level 3 Lesson 4, when you add the ending -(으)ㄹ까 after a verb stem, it can express an assumption (e.g. 내일 비가 올까요? = Do you think it will rain tomorrow?). With  -(으)ㄹ까 보다, an assumption is also implied, but you can also express concern, the reason for a decision, or an inclination to do something.

Direct download: ttmik-l9l18.pdf
Category:general -- posted at: 11:00am JST

Are you familiar with Konglish? Many Korean learners often find it difficult to spell or pronounce Konglish words. However, when you study Korean, sometimes you hear some broken English expressions commonly used in Korean, or a foreign word pronounced like a Korean word. 

In this episode of Ask Hyojin, Hyojin and Ben, from London, England, introduce some Konglish words. 

Enjoy the video and 메리 크리스마스! :) 

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Direct download: Ask_Hyojin_-_How_much_Konglish_do_you_understand.mp4
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By learning to use the structure -(으/느)ㄴ 이상 correctly, you will easily be able to say things such as “since I am already here, I should help”, “now that I’m at work, I need to work”, or even “Unless it’s something important, I can’t meet today.” There are a couple ways to conjugate this structure in order to say what you want, so be sure to check out this lesson to learn exactly how and when you can use -(으/느)ㄴ 이상.

Direct download: ttmik-l9l17.pdf
Category:general -- posted at: 11:00am JST

By learning to use the structure -(으/느)ㄴ 이상 correctly, you will easily be able to say things such as “since I am already here, I should help”, “now that I’m at work, I need to work”, or even “Unless it’s something important, I can’t meet today.” There are a couple ways to conjugate this structure in order to say what you want, so be sure to check out this lesson to learn exactly how and when you can use -(으/느)ㄴ 이상.

Direct download: TTMIK-Level9Lesson17.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 11:00am JST

The sentence structure -(으)ㄹ 테니(까) is used in situations where one person wants (or asks) the other person to do something. Although this is the general idea, there are actually two specific usages for this structure. Check out the lesson to find out exactly how you can use this structure! Thanks for studying with us :)

Direct download: ttmik-l9l16.pdf
Category:general -- posted at: 11:00am JST

The sentence structure -(으)ㄹ 테니(까) is used in situations where one person wants (or asks) the other person to do something. Although this is the general idea, there are actually two specific usages for this structure. Check out the lesson to find out exactly how you can use this structure! Thanks for studying with us :)

Direct download: TTMIK-Level9Lesson16.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 11:00am JST

Thank you for studying with us :) We sincerely hope you enjoy studying with The Korean Verbs Guide! You can study the words and their conjugations one by one or you can use this book as a reference, and look up a word and its conjugation table whenever you don't know the meaning of a word or a certain form of conjugation of the word. This book also provides many sample sentences along with quizzes, so you can see how the word is used in many different sentences with its conjugated form. Happy Studying! 

Direct download: The-Korean-Verbs-Guide-Audio.zip
Category:general -- posted at: 12:59pm JST

How do you say “Me too!” in Korean?

= 저도요! [jeo-do-yo!] / 나도! [na-do!]

How do you say “Is that your real picture?”in Korean?

= 그거 진짜 OO 씨 사진이에요? [geu-geo jin-jja OO ssi sa-ji-ni-e-yo?]

How do you say “Do you have a bigger or smaller size of this?” in Korean?

= 더 큰/작은 거 있어요? [deo keun/ja-geun geo i-sseo-yo?]

or 더 큰/작은 사이즈 있어요? [deo keun/ja-geun ssa-i-jeu i-sseo-yo?]

How do you say “Please be quiet.” in Korean?

= 조용히 하세요. [jo-yong-hi ha-se-yo.]

or 조용히 해 주세요. [jo-yong-hi hae ju-se-yo.]

How do you say “I need to think about it.” in Korean?

= 생각 좀 해 볼게요. [saeng-gak jom hae bol-ge-yo.]

or 생각 좀 해 봐야 될 것 같아요. [saeng-gak jom hae bwa-ya doel geot ga-ta-yo.]

Direct download: HDYSTIK_ep25.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 11:51am JST

기분 is the Korean word for “feelings” or “emotions” and it is used quite a bit in Korean idiomatic expressions. Check out this lesson to learn some phrases to use in your everyday life in Korean :)

Direct download: ttmik-l9l15.pdf
Category:general -- posted at: 11:47am JST