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    강아지를 끈으로 매고 있다.
    1 day ago  
    Ryan  풀어줘!!
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    오류를 통해서 배우는 게 시작되는 것이다.
    1 day ago  
    Ryan ㅋㅋㅋ 화이팅!!!
    1 day ago
    Nicole Penguin 찾았다!!!
    1 day ago
  3. Recommender: ryan
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    나는 합격 소식을 듣고 너무 기뻐서 목이 다 메는 것 같았다.
    여기에 "목이 메다" 뜻은 울고 또 울다는 거야?
    근데 원래 "메다"라는 뜻은 어깨에 가방을 걸어 다니는 뜻이잖아?

    자기에게는 마지막 기회일 수도 있기에 그는 이번 일에 목을 매고 있다.
    여기에 "목을 매고 있다"는 무슨 뜻이야?
    1 day ago  
    Nicole ㅋㅋㅋㅋ 축하해요!!! congrats!!!
    1 day ago
    Kim Bo Ra Alien to.me as well kk
    1 day ago
  4. Recommenders: flo other 4
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    1. Verb+곤 Verb+던 : Used to verb
    Ex) 하곤 하던/했던 : used to do, 먹곤 했던/하던 : used to eat
    2. Verb+다/라고 Verb+던 것 같다 : uncertain thing that you heard/did
    Ex: 온다고 했던 것 같다
    3. Verb+다/라고 했다 = Verb+다/라고 Verb+던 것이다 : certain thing that you heard/did
    Ex: 온다고 했다
    3 days ago  
    Monique Thanks oppa!!! Will have this written down
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    I'm honestly awake at 8 am to learn korean now ^-^
    1 week ago  
  6. Recommender: ryan
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    나는 많이 배웠어요. 그렇지만 많이 실수를 해요.
    2 weeks ago  
    Ryan 많이 실수를 : 실수를 많이 is better
    2 weeks ago
    Hanna-Riikka Ah~ Okay. Thanks.
    2 weeks ago
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    I was supposed to go for second english -korean language meeting today but i didnt coz i attended friends wedding hope ill be able to be there for the 3rd meeting
    2 weeks ago  
    AngryShark Congrat! @akma_ssi
    2 weeks ago
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    I looked at the application for the 1 week Korean course for foreigners who want to travel to Korea and learn culture and language in their brief trip. $600. Would I classify as a low beginner or complete novice? I fear novice.
    Interested in learning Korean while experiencing Korean culture? Look no further! -> http://bit.ly/1cAiCPq ‪#‎FunKoreanLanguageTrip‬ ‪#‎KyungHeeUniversity‬
    2 weeks ago  
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    You know I said I improved in the last 1,000 ( now 1,003 ) minds... Yeah... I think I lied
    2 weeks ago  
    noor Naah , we're all improving
    2 weeks ago
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    QUESTION!!!
    I searched the dictionary for the word "tired" and I got 피곤한 and 싫증난. In my dictionary, I also got these words plus 진부한.
    Now, I want to say " I'm feeling so tired "
    Which of the three words (피곤한, 싫증난, 진부한) is most appropriate for what I want to say? Or can I use any of them and still express the same meaning?
    2 weeks ago  
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    Lyra 김리세 Are you tired too, 엄마?
    2 weeks ago
  11. Recommenders: jrbeanie17 other 2
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    I am noting down a phrase everyday in korean I think it's helping me enhancing my phrasebook each day
    3 weeks ago  
    Julia Make a "mind" for it and post on Mindpasta every day. We'll support your efforts and we can learn it too. ^^
    3 weeks ago
    Anwei 알았어 Julia, I will post it here too
    3 weeks ago
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    I really want to watch korean dramas with hangul subs. that would help me so much to remember how the words are written
    3 weeks ago  
    Julia Rudiments is just a complicated word that means "basics".
    3 weeks ago
    Anwei I have bookmarked them to read little by little, thanks Julia
    3 weeks ago
  13. Recommenders: breakinoverdose other 2
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    흥분하다 Vs 설레다(설레이다)
    You can say 흥분하다 as two ways
    1. When your friend are angry, you can say 흥분하지 마(calm down)
    2. When you feel s*xual thingy, you can say 흥분돼..
    설레다 is kind of feeling before you meet/hear someone/news that you are waiting for long time.
    오래된 친구를 만나게 되어서 많이 설레여.
    3 weeks ago  
    Ryan Ah, also 흥분되다 can be used when you are excited.
    3 weeks ago
    Ning66 恆心咪走~ 흥분 ...it sounds like "being emotional" to me ...
    3 weeks ago
  14. Recommender: ryan
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    Question!!!
    Is 없다 the root word of 없어?
    3 weeks ago  
    연주 Yes kk
    3 weeks ago
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    In the last 3 weeks or so, I've only done 2 Korean lessons... I've been so lazy
    But I just did another and a mini test and hadn't forgotten anything which Is a good sign when I haven't been using it much
    4 weeks ago  
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