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The meaning of the sentence "그 사람이 영어 할 줄 알았어요." can change depending on the intonation and the context. Hyunwoo explains how this happens by giving your various intonation examples.

Free audio lesson on -줄 알다: https://talktomeinkorean.com/lessons/l6l27

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Meet the newest member of TTMIK, 김예지(Yeji Kim)!


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Direct download: Meet_the_newest_member_of_TTMIK_-_Yeji_Kim.mp4
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We’ve picked 30 of the most commonly used intermediate-level Korean verbs for you to learn and use!
0:17 이기다 to win
0:41 지다 to lose
0:51 결혼하다 to marry
1:08 버리다 to throw away
1:25 잡다 to hold, to catch
1:43 잡히다 to be caught
2:00 이용하다 to use, to take advantage of
2:20 확인하다 to check, to verify
2:40 떠나다 to leave
2:58 돌아오다 to come back
3:16 가져오다 to bring
3:36 이해하다 to understand
3:54 설명하다 to explain
4:14 표현하다 to express
4:33 결정하다 to decide
4:52 대답하다 to answer
5:10 준비하다 to prepare
5:29 인정하다 to admit, to accept
5:52 움직이다 to move
6:08 정리하다 to organize, to clean, to tidy up
6:28 청소하다 to clean
6:48 기대하다 to expect, to anticipate
7:07 빌리다 to borrow
7:24빌려주다 to lend
7:45 선택하다 to choose
8:05 가르치다 to teach
8:26 배우다 to learn
8:45 소개하다 to introduce
9:07 포기하다 to give up
9:26 비교하다 to compare

Direct download: 30_Essential_Korean_Verbs_For_Intermediate_Learners.mp4
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한테 and 에게 are both translated to either “to” or “from” in the Korean language. Learn how to use these words correctly with this lesson by teacher Hyunwoo.

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Direct download: One_word_means_both_to_and_from_in_Korean_.mp4
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Here are some essential Korean phrases you can use in restaurants.

0:18 몇 분이세요? How many?
0:27 두 명이요. / 세 명이요. / 네 명이요. Two people. / Three people. / Four people.
0:47 한 명 더 올 거예요. One more person will come, too.
1:02 예약하셨어요? Did you make a reservation?
1:14 지금 만석이라 기다리셔야 돼요. There are no seats, so you should wait.
1:59 얼마나 기다려야 돼요? How long should I wait?
2:13 여기 앉아도 되나요? Can I sit here?
2:26 이쪽으로 안내해 드릴게요. Let me take you to your seat.
2:40 드시고 가시나요? 포장해 드릴까요? For here? or to go?
2:57 주문하시겠어요? Would you like to order?
3:10 저기요. Excuse me.
3:17 주문할게요. I would like to order.
3:28 메뉴판 좀 주세요. Can I have a menu?
3:39 물 좀 주세요. Can I have some water?
3:50 물은 셀프예요. You need to get your own water here.
4:02 포크 좀 주세요. Can I have a fork?
4:13 이거하고 이거 주세요. Can I have this and this?
4:27 메뉴 추천해 주세요. Please recommend a dish for us.
4:42 이거 몇 인분이에요? How many (people) does this serve?
4:55 이거 맵나요? Is this spicy?
5:06 양파는 빼 주세요. Please leave the onions out.
5:19 견과류 알레르기가 있어요. I’m allergic to nuts.
5:33 저희 주문한 음식이 아직 안 나왔어요. Our dish is not served yet.
5:51 저희 이거 안 시켰어요. We didn’t order this.
6:06 화장실은 어디에 있어요? Where is the restroom?
6:20 맵지 않게 해 주세요. Please don’t make it spicy.
6:35 덜 맵게 해 주세요. Please make it less spicy.
6:49 감사합니다. Thank you.
6:58 반찬 좀 더 주세요. Can I have some more side dishes?
7:12 소스 좀 더 주세요. Can I have some more sauce?
7:24 음식이 좀 짜요. The food is a little salty.
7:37 음식이 좀 싱거워요. The food is a little bland.
7:51 소금 있나요? Do you have salt?
8:02 남은 것 좀 싸 주세요. Can I have a box to-go?
8:17 계산은 어디에서 해요? Where do I pay?
8:31 얼마예요? How much is it?
8:41 각자 계산할게요. We will pay seperately.
8:54 카드로 계산할게요. I will pay with a credit card.
9:08 영수증 필요하세요? Do you need a receipt?
9:20 영수증 주세요. Please give me a receipt.
9:33 영수증은 괜찮아요. I don’t need a receipt.

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Direct download: Essential_Korean_Phrases_In_Restaurants.mp4
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Learn essential parenting phrases in Korean related to eating!
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0:25 아침 먹자. Let’s have breakfast
0:28 아침 먹을 시간이야. It’s time to eat breakfast.
0:49 천천히 먹어. Eat slowly.
1:40 맛있어? Does it taste good? / Do you like it?
1:59 맛있게 먹어. Enjoy your food.
2:45 조금만 더 먹자. Let’s eat just a little bit more.
3:56 지금 안 먹으면 다 치울 거야. If you don’t eat right now, I’m going to clear the table.

 

Direct download: Korean_Parenting_Phrases_-_Time_to_Eat.mp4
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Both 말해 줘 and 말해 봐 can be translated into English as “Tell me.” but there’s a difference in meaning. Hyunwoo will explain it in this video lesson.

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Direct download: Tell_me._in_Korean.mp4
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You can learn to have short but natural conversations with Korean speakers by using our textbook, Real-Life Korean Conversations For Beginners: http://bit.ly/2UZqa6o

Direct download: Korean_Class_with_Real-Life_Korean_Conversations_For_Beginners.mp4
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