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  1. Recommenders: Keira_Melissa other 2
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    주다 means 'give' as usual.
    Btw we use verb+주다 when we ask something to do.
    For example, 가르쳐 주다 is maded up of 가르치다(verb) + 주다(verb)
    it says 가르침을 주다 so it is someone gives to someone a knowledge. or just teach someone
    ex: 가르쳐 주다(teach someone), 도와주다(help someone)...
    3 days ago  
    Emmli So it can be used with anything as long as someone would be giving you something? Eg. Food , help
    3 days ago
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    Which word is opposite side of 오른쪽?
    1. 왼쪽
    2. 앞쪽
    3. 뒷쪽
    4. 윗쪽
         
    4 days ago  
    Eveline 쪽른오 ㅋㅋㅋ
    4 days ago
    Ryan 와.. 이건 다 아는구나... ㅋㅋㅋㅋ
    3 days ago
  3. Recommenders: danielleraschx other 2
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    ~을를 And 은/는/이/가
    A verb or verb B comes after 은/는/이/가
    Ex) 남자가 간다 / 남자가 있다 / 여자가 없다
    A verb comes after 을/를
    Ex) 밥을 먹는다 / 영화를 본다 / 영화를 있다(x)
    I recommend to omit 을/를/은/는/이/가 if you are not sure
    4 days ago  
    Ryan Aish there is an exception...
    4 days ago
    Mika_할리메 전역 밥을 먹는 중이에요
    4 days ago
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    While I was on holidays I did the dishes with a group, there I met someone who's Korean! It was really great! Like wow ! Told me my pronunciation was good ! Yay But Anyways it was really nice to meet someone who could talk a bit Korean to me
    6 days ago  
    Soyeon That is awesome Danielle
    6 days ago
    NOOR That's great
    6 days ago
  5.      about Korean
     
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    Aish. I have to work on my Korean again. I already slipped back to super beginner level again.
    7 days ago  
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    Do people use the ex-pression "헬 조선" in Korea?
    3 weeks ago  
    Ryan eh but not Australia isn't it?
    3 weeks ago
    Emmli Australia's government has done some nasty stuff. I'm pretty they're doing some suss stuff at the moment too.
    3 weeks ago
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    Do people use the ex-pression "헬 조선" in Korea?
    3 weeks ago  
  8. Recommenders: mrsim00 other 1
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    선택하다 Vs 고르다
    선택하다 & 고르다 have same meaning as pick, choose but sometimes they have little differences.
    선택하다 : we use 선택하다 for choosing some things and when make a decision between/among decisions.
    고르다 : we use 고르다 for when you pick things from 2 more things.
    1 month ago  
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    Is the ex-pression 헬 조선 commonly used?
    1 month ago  
  10. Recommender: ryan
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    말이 너무 많아 (Korean)
    talk too much
    mali neomu manh-a
    2 months ago  
    Ryan Me??
    2 months ago
    최야스권 네 오빠ㅎㅎㅎㅎ
    2 months ago
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    And 젤레 means?
    2 months ago  
    시리나 dHYta is right You can see 절레절레 used in a few sample sentences here: http://endic.naver.com/krenEntry.nhn?sLn=kr&entryId=e0adf4a0777543c58605ef30c6a3750d&query=절레절레
    2 months ago
    아비 Ohh Thank you for the link 시리나!
    2 months ago
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    젤레 means what?
    2 months ago  
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    How to read this phrase?
    4시간 42분
    1. ne-si-gan sa-sib-i-bun
    2. ne-jje-si-gan sa-sib-i-bun
    3. sa-si-gan sa-sib-i-bun

         
    2 months ago  
    Eveline 아...나 진짜 몰랐어..이런 식으로 하면 못하니까..
    2 months ago
    MaRi 양마리 i got it right
    2 months ago
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    나는 알고 있죠 (Korean)
    i know that
    naneun algo itjyo
    2 months ago  
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    How do I say: "I speak little Korean"?
    2 months ago  
    xolovewei I think "한국어 조금 할수 있어요"
    2 months ago
    Jay Thank you!
    2 months ago
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