1. Recommenders: danielleraschx other 6
         about Korean
    Types of Verb in Korean
    1. Verb(Standalone) : This is just verb by itself
    ex: 먹다(eat), 보다(see), 걷다(walk)....
    2. Noun + helping verb(하다) : some nouns can be verb with helping verb
    ex: 공부하다(공부+하다:study), 숙제하다(숙제+하다:do homework)...
    Changing verb to gerund
    1. omit 다 and add 기
    ex: 먹다 -> 먹기, 보다 -> 보기, 걷다 -> 걷기...
    2. omit 다 and add 는/은 것
    ex: 먹다 -> 먹는 것, 보다 -> 보는 것, 걷다 -> 걷기
    If gerund is subject with 것+이, we can change them shortly as more spoken language
    ex: 먹는 것이 -> 먹는 게, 보는 것이 -> 보는 게, 걷는 것이 -> 걷는 게...
    If gerund is object with 것+을/를, we can change them shortly as more spoken language
    ex: 먹는 것을 -> 먹는 걸, 보는 것을 -> 보는 걸, 걷는 것을 -> 걷는 걸...
    If gerund is object with 기+을/를, we can change them shortly as more spoken language
    ex: 먹기를 -> 먹길, 보기를 -> 보길, 걷기를 -> 걷길..
    15 hours ago  
    Monique Is this all the suffix we can use to change verb to gerund?
    11 hours ago
    Ryan mm let me think....
    11 hours ago
  2.      about korean
    sharing what i learned hhh oppa you can correct if there's faulses
    in korean, "yes" is 네 (Ne) and "no" is 아니요 (Aniyo) in 존댓말 (jon-daet-mal) polite/ formal language.
    but in korean, when people say 네 (Ne) it is NOT the same as saying "yes" in english. the same goes for 아니요 (Aniyo) too.
    the korean 네 (Ne) expresses your "agreement" to what the other person said. and 아니요 (Aniyo) expresses your "disagreement" or "denial" to what the other person said.
    2 days ago  
    최야스권 ok oppa thanks for explaining me this
    2 days ago
    aya Keep going Fighting
    2 days ago
  3. Recommender: samlad
         about korean

    웃 (Korean)
    가 = go
    먹= eat
    자 =sleep
    때리= hit
    웃 = laugh
    가 [ga] 먹 [meok] 자 [ja] 때리 [ttae-ri] 웃 [ut]
    2 days ago  
    Ryan 먹 : 먹다
    때리 : 때리다
    웃 : 웃다
    가 : 가다. 자 : 자다 but we can use 자 & 가 when we ask to go to sleep or to eat to their kids/friends
    2 days ago
    최야스권 ok thank you
    2 days ago
  4. Recommenders: mariz other 3
         about korean
    Lesson 1: Korean Consonants
    가 나 다 라 마 바 사 아
    가 - Gah
    카 - Kah
    다 - Dah
    타 - Tah
    라 - Lah
    바 - Bah
    파 - Pah
    자 - Jah
    차 - Cha
    가 - Gah is like saying the "c" in car 카 - Kah is saying the "k" sound using your stomach muscles 다 - Dah is saying the "t" sound but your tongue is placed in the back half of your mouth 타 - Tah is having your t
    2 days ago  
    Ryan and 다 is da D of dad, die, death.... not T
    You're mistake is sure thing because you are not native in Korean but important thing is your knowing these thingy
    2 days ago
    Ryan C and G, D and T ..... are totally different. that's why I emphasize this
    2 days ago
  5. Recommender: ASeeL_BF
         about Korean
    Verb +
    ~할 수도 있다 : I'm not sure if I do
    ex: 나는 그걸 할 수도 있다 (그러나 안 할 수도 있다)
    ~할 지도 모르겠다/모른다 : I'm not sure if someone will do
    ex: 영수가 그걸 할 지도 모르겠다
    ~할(을) 텐데 : Hope something happened then will be good
    ex: 영수가 그걸 하면 좋을텐데..
    ~해야 될/할 텐데 : someone should do.....
    ex: 영수가 그걸 해야 할 텐데..
    Verb be +
    ~일 수도 있다: It can be
    ex: 그게 사자일 수도 있다.
    ~일 지도 모르겠다/모른다 : I'm not sure but it could be
    ex: 그게 사자일 지도 모르겠다
    ~일 텐데 : it will be
    ex: 그게 사자일 텐데..
    6 days ago  
    Ryan yup~
    6 days ago
    Alexandra Wonderful! Just what I needed. Thank you again!
    6 days ago
  6.      about Korean
    Please, I need tips to remember all the Korean words more easily.. Anyone got tips?
    1 week ago  
    danielleraschx Ahh thank you so much~~ !! @Alex @Jasmine
    @Ryan You can try these as well ! ~~ ^^
    1 week ago
    danielleraschx Maybe they will help you as well ~ @Ryan
    1 week ago
  7. Recommenders: judith other 9
         about Korean
    먹다 Vs 들다 Vs 식사하다 Vs 진지 들다 & 잡수다
    These words have same meaning about "to eat" but usage is different.
    1.먹다 : usual expression. We can use this for formal and informal
    formal : 아침 먹었어요 / informal : 아침 먹었어
    2. 들다 : normally pick up but formal way of 먹다 around meal time to older people.
    아침 드셨어요? : Did you have a breakfast?
    점심 드셨어요? : Did you have a lunch?
    저녁 드셨어요? : Did you have a dinner?
    3. 식사하다 : formal way of 먹다
    식사하셨어요? : Did you have a meal? (We use this word for breakfast, lunch, dinner)
    4. 진지 들다 & 잡수다 : high level of formal way to older people but we don't use this expression that much.
    어머니, 진지 드셨어요? : mother, did you have a meal?
    어머니, 진지 잡수셨어요? : mother, did you have a meal?
    1 week ago  
    1 week ago
    amira11 perfect
    1 week ago
  8.      about Korean
    어제 친구 같이 쇼핑을 갔다. I went shopping with a friend yesterday.
    그것은 재미 있었다. It was fun.
    Is this correct?
    1 week ago  
  9.      about Korean
    I have pain on my finger of left hand today. Which one?
    Hint : 네 번째 손가락
    1. thumb
    2. index finger
    3. middle finger
    4. ring finger
    2 weeks ago  
    Ryan 자고 일어났더니 아파요~
    2 weeks ago
    Sam 통풍, 관절염? 고통스러울 거야
    2 weeks ago
  10. Recommenders: samlad other 1
         about Korean
    곧 Vs 빨리
    1. 곧
    - something is going to be happened
    ex: 곧 비가 올 것 같다.(It will rain soon)
    - someone should/will do something soon
    ex: 숙제를 곧 시작해야겠다.. (I'm going to do my assignment soon)
    2. 빨리
    - someone (should) do/finish something quickly/ASAP
    ex: 빨리 먹어! ( eat ASAP! )
    2 weeks ago  
  11. Recommenders: samlad other 7
         about Korean
    반말 Vs 존댓말
    A. 존댓말 has respects, manners in the words so we use these words to older people, strangers, group of people (no matter with age this case), and colleagues
    most of case of 존댓말 has 요,ㅂ니다 that end of 반말
    ex: 반말: 반가워 , 존댓말: 반가워요 / 반말: 고마워, 존댓말:고마워요
    B. 반말 is used among close people as family, friends, or to young people(not stranger).
    First of all we use 존댓말 till we feel close. It's no matter with age but if it has too big age gap, I recommend to use 존댓말.
    반말 makes people feel close so after became friends we use 반말 as always.
    So learn 반말 first and after learn how to make 존댓말 (반말+요)
    That's easy. isn't it?
    2 weeks ago  
    Jasmine Yay I'm not alone!
    2 weeks ago
    시리나 저는 처음에 존댓말을 배웠고 일반적으로 사용해서 반말을 하는게 아직 조금 어색해요 ㅠㅠ
    2 weeks ago
  12.      about Korean
    개 = dog
    강아지 = puppy
    고양이 = cat
    2 weeks ago  
  13. Recommenders: samlad other 4
         about Korean
    남자 = man
    여자 = woman
    그 = that
    이 = this
    의자 = chair
    탁자 = table
    침대 = bed
    These are some of the words I've learnd yesterday ^^
    2 weeks ago  
    Ryan Why don't you use KoreanWords as Mind then it will appear in Vocabulary of learning Korean page
    2 weeks ago
    danielleraschx Oh really? I'll do that, more useful Thanks @Ryan
    2 weeks ago
  14. Recommenders: mariz other 2
         about Korean
    이거 뭐여요 ~~ What is this
    진짜 ~~ Really ?!
    2 weeks ago  
  15. Recommenders: noor other 1
         about Korean
    Is it right that:
    도시 = city
    집 = house
    제발 = Please
    사람 = person
    네 = yes
    아니 = no
    2 weeks ago  
    Ryan yup~
    2 weeks ago
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