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Monthly Archives: June 2020
Korean Onomatopoeia (의성어) and mimetic sounds lists
Weeseongeo (의성어) is a term used for the name of Korean Onomatopoeia. "Onomatopoeia" is a very long Greek word and it means something quite...
지 않다 Korean negation complete guide
Today we're going to learn Adj./ verb 지 않다 (형용사/동사-지 않다). We've already learned the grammar '안 V' which negates an action or a...
N 만에 grammar meaning + conjugation
만에 grammar is used to say a time period after an event happened or some occasion started. 만에 (man-e) particle is used to show...
지 못하다 grammar meaning – conjugation
지 못하다 grammar is used when the subject has an intention to do something, but the subject cannot do something, because of his/her lack...
는 동안 grammar, meaning, and rule
Noun 동안 expresses the length of time. ‘동안’ is normally used with a time noun. ‘동안’ itself is a noun. So there is a...
으로/로 grammar lesson
으로/로 attaches after a noun. It is a particle that indicates a method, means, and tool of action. This is the second part...
은데, 는데, 인데 grammar
In this lesson, we're going to learn 은데, 는데, 인데 (Verb-는데, Adjective-은데, Noun-인데'). 는데, 은데, 인데 are Korean connectors or they are connecting endings....
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