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Verb-아/어/해 보니까 grammar

https://youtu.be/ZlTeXd-ngKs 아/어/ 보다 means I have done, I tried, I have experience and 으니까 is used to show the reason. 아/어/해 보니까 is mainly used in...

‘Verb-을까 말까 grammar’ -= Shall I or shall I not in...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=v9hzAYg0Vgk&t=19s 을까 말까 grammar is used to show hesitation to do something / to intend to do something but not certain to do it yet.오늘...

Learn 자마자 grammar in 5 minutes – AS SOON AS IN...

자마자 GRAMMAR MEANING '-자마자 grammar' is used to indicate that an event or action is immediately followed by another event or action.The English translation of...

learn 더니 grammar in 5 minutes

더니 grammar meaning 더니 grammar is used to talk about what I've observed in the past. 더니 is the intermediate level of Korean. This is the...

Most used kdrama expressions

In this lesson, you will learn mostly used kdrama expressions. This lesson will help to understand kdrama easily. 여보 yeobo = honey, sweetheartAigo (아이구) -...

Sweetheart in Korean ll korean endearment terms

Korean married and unmarried couples use Korean endearment terms a lot in daily life. In this chapter, you will learn more than 20 Korean...

How many batchim/ Badchim are there in Korean? – Final Consonants...

How to pronunce batchim/ badchim (받침)? Batchim is written as 받침 in Korean. Badchim is derived from 받치다 which means to support. Batchim supports a...

-거든요 / 거든 grammar meaning

-거든요 is one of the ways (데요지요, 잖아요) to express speakers feeling and it is used as a sentence endings in Korean.-거든요 is used...

Verb + 고 나서 grammar

고 나서 grammar express a sequence of two actions. '고 나서' attaches after a verb stem it is a clausal connective. It has after...

Learn 것 같다/것 같아요 grammar – I think in Korean

것 같다/것 같아요 grammar meaning ~ 것 같다 grammar/ ~것 같아요 grammar (I think, It seems that in Korean)~ 것 같다 grammar is translated as...

Understand 예/ 응/ 네 in English in just 5 minutes

Learn 예/ 응/ 네 meaning and usage in just 5 minutes. 예/ 응/ 네 in English is “yes” in Korean language and 네/ 예/ 응...

How to Say I WISH or I HOPE in Korean? —...

I hope in Korean /I wish in Korean is -기(를) 바라다. ~았/었으면 좋겠다/ 희망하다/ 원하다/ 기(를) 바라다 is used to express wishful thinking in...

Korean parts of speech – 품사

Korean parts of speech in the Korean language is called by the name 품사. In English, there are eight parts of speech but there...

How to use 요? meaning and conjugation

요 meaning, usage and conjugation Most Korean sentence ends with the 요 form. Korean people use this form in polite conversations. Here are some examples...