Grammar

Korean Grammar 입니다 (imnida) PDF Free Lesson

2 Jan , 2016  

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Korean Grammar 입니다

Grammar post is back!

Today we’ll learn about Korean grammar 입니다 (imnida)

-입니다 is used on declarative sentences. More…

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Korean Grammar : -고 있어요 (go isseoyo)

8 Jul , 2015  

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-고 있어요

Korean grammar lesson is here!

Today we’re going to talk about -고 있어요 (go isseoyo). More…

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Korean Grammar : 와/과 (wa/gwa)

1 Jun , 2015  

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와/과

We’re back with Korean grammar!

Today we’re going to talk about  와 (wa) and 과 (gwa). Both of them mean ‘and’. More…

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Topic Marking Particle in Korean : 은/는

29 Apr , 2015  

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Topic Marking Particle in Korean

Ready to learn some Korean grammar?

We’re going to talk about topic marking particle. Any of you already knew about this? There are two topic marking particle in Korean : -eun (은) and -neun (는). More…

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Object Marking Particle in Korean : 을/를

26 Mar , 2015  

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Grammar post is here~ This time we’re gonna talk about object marking particle. This particle marks the object of your sentence (obviously XD). In More…

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Subject Marking Particle in Korean : 이/가

26 Jan , 2015  

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Subject Marking Particle

We already knew about subject in sentence. But do you know there is a particle which mark subject in Korean? It’s ‘‘ and ‘‘ (‘i’ and ‘ga’). ‘I’ is used when the subject will be marked ends with a consonant. And ‘ga’ is used when it ends with a vowel.

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Korean Grammar : -(스)ㅂ니다 (seumnida)

18 Dec , 2014  

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Korean Grammar : – 습니다

Grammar. Hooray~

Ok. Today we’ll learn about Korean grammar and it’s about -(스)ㅂ니다 (seumnida)

-(스)ㅂ니다 is used on declarative sentences. More…

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Korean Grammar : -겠습니다 (gesseumnida)

26 Oct , 2014   Video

Today we’ll learn Korean grammar. Yeaaay~

Come on, be excited! Usually grammar is the one that people think the most difficult part of a language. But every language needs grammar. Every language has grammar. So keep your spirit and learn it one by one. You can do it!

Ok. Get into the material. In English, we have ‘will’, which is used to express the events in the future or intention. In Korean, there is – 겠습니다 (gesseumnida).

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