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Minsong (Kyeong-eun’s daughter) and Joon (Hyunwoo’s son) were born in the same year, just like Kyeong-eun and Hyunwoo are of the same age, so they are 동갑 친구 (friends of the same age in Korean). We invited the two kids to the TTMIK office and had them do some fun activities! We hope you enjoy watching them play as well as learning some words and phrases they are using in this video!

 

Direct download: TTMIK_Kids_at_the_Office.mp4
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Korean verbs come at the very end of sentences, so without knowing how to conjugate a certain verb into appropriate tenses, you can’t complete your Korean sentences. We hope you find this video useful and also check out our Korean Verbs Guide book and Listen & Repeat Audio Course on our store!

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Verbs introduced in this video:
0:37 가다 to go
1:29 오다 to come
2:01 하다 to do
2:32 먹다 to eat
3:08 보다 to look, to see
3:43 자다 to sleep
4:14 사다 to buy
4:46 일어나다 to wake up
5:42 입다 to wear, to put on
5:57 있다 to be there, to have, to exist
6:32 없다 to be not there, to not have, to not exist
7:08 쉽다 to be easy
7:41 어렵다 to be difficult
8:20 춥다 to be cold
8:55 덥다 to be hot
9:32 귀엽다 to be cute
10:08 좋다 to like
10:39 싸다 to be cheap
11:11 비싸다 to be expensive
11:44 만나다 to meet
12:16 놀다 to play, to hang out
12:50 웃다 to smile, to laugh
13:22 물어보다 to ask
13:57 읽다 to read
14:30 듣다 to listen, to hear
15:00 만들다 to make
15:32 기다리다 to wait
16:07 알다 to know
16:39 모르다 to not know
17:12 배우다 to learn

 

Direct download: 30_Essential_Korean_Verbs_For_Beginners.mp4
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There are many words in English that can be translated into various ways in Korean, so if you just stick to using one translation you found in a dictionary or in a machine translation service, it might lead to a confusing conversation. In this series with Jooyeon and Cassie, you can learn about English words that can be translated into many different phrases depending on the context. In today’s episode, let’s learn how to naturally say “shame” in Korean.

Direct download: The_awkward_way_to_say_shame__in_Korean.mp4
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Many Korean verbs have multiple meanings and usages, and 걸다 is no exception. In this video lesson by Talk To Me In Korean, you can learn how to use 놓다 in various contexts through realistic sample sentences.

Examples:

액자를 벽에 걸다
to hang a frame on the wall

귀걸이를 귀에 걸다
to hang an earring on your ear

벽에 그림을 걸었어요.
I hung the picture on the wall.


귀걸이를 귀에 걸어요. 
Put the earrings on.

옷걸이에 옷을 걸 거예요.
I will hang the clothes on the hanger.

내기를 걸다
to bet

친구가 내기에 돈을 걸었어요.
My friend placed money in a bet.

내기를 걸어요.
I place a bet.

여기에 돈을 걸 거예요?
Are you going to make a bet here?

 

전화 걸다
to make a call.

엄마한테 전화를 걸었어요.
I called my mom.

회사로 전화를 걸어요.
I call the company.

친구한테 전화를 걸 거예요.
I will call my friend.

Direct download: Has_Multiple_Meanings_8.mp4
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Part 1: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zua2fWqOeWE

There are many words in English that can be translated into various ways in Korean, so if you just stick to using one translation you found in a dictionary or in a machine translation service, it might lead to a confusing conversation. In this series with Jooyeon and Cassie, you can learn about English words that can be translated into many different phrases depending on the context. In today’s episode, let’s learn how to naturally say “depend” in Korean.

Direct download: The_awkward_way_to_say_depend__in_Korean_28Part._229.mp4
Category:general -- posted at: 7:00am JST

Many Korean verbs have multiple meanings and usages, and 놓다 is no exception. In this video lesson by Talk To Me In Korean, you can learn how to use 놓다 in various contexts through realistic sample sentences.

Examples:

손잡이를 놓다
to let go of the handrail

손잡이를 놓지 마세요. 위험해요.
Don’t let go of the handrail. It’s dangerous.

이 손 놔.
Let go of my hand.

 

책상 위에 컵을 놓다
to set a cup on a desk

이 컵 어디에 놓을까요?
Where should I put this cup?

지갑을 놓고 왔어요.
I left my wallet.

주연 씨 지갑 소파 위에 놓았어요.
Jooyeon, I left your wallet on the sofa.

 

마음을 놓다
to be at ease

제가 다 할게요. 마음 푹 놓아요.
I’ll do everything. You can breathe easy.

마음 놓고, 실컷 놀아요.
Relax and have as much fun as you want.

말을 놓다
to lower the level of speech

저한테 말 놓으세요.
Speak casually with me.

모두 말을 놓기로 했어요.
We decided to speak casually.

Direct download: Has_Multiple_Meanings_6.mp4
Category:general -- posted at: 7:00am JST

There are many words in English that can be translated into various ways in Korean, so if you just stick to using one translation you found in a dictionary or in a machine translation service, it might lead to a confusing conversation. In this series with Jooyeon and Cassie, you can learn about English words that can be translated into many different phrases depending on the context. In today’s episode, let’s learn how to naturally say “depend” in Korean.

Direct download: The_awkward_way_to_say_depend__in_Korean.mp4
Category:general -- posted at: 7:00am JST