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  1. Recommender: samlad
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    감사감사. ㄱㅅㄱㅅ: short version used in social media like twitter.
    (Korean)
    Thank you very much.
    Kamsagamsa
    4 days ago  
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    When you just learned a new Korean word and hear it in the Kdrama you're watching.
    7 days ago  
  3. Recommender: Nazgul
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    사과 (sagwa-apology)
    2 weeks ago  
    Nazgul Jeremy
    2 weeks ago
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    사과 (sagwa-apple)

    2 weeks ago  
    Mar 말 Thanks!
    2 weeks ago
    Sunshine/Choi Soyeon :) You're welcome
    2 weeks ago
  5. Recommenders: Mika_ist08 other 1
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    꺼저 (Korean)
    Go away, Get out
    kkeo jeo
    2 weeks ago  
    Ryan ;;;; it's 꺼져 btw
    2 weeks ago
    Mar 말 Oops! Thanks!
    2 weeks ago
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    태양 (Korean)
    Sun
    Taeyang
    2 weeks ago  
  7. Recommender: CheshireCat1705
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    too many postpositions in Korean!
    2 weeks ago  
  8. Recommenders: xan09 other 1
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    하루하루 (Korean)
    Day by day
    haruharu
    2 weeks ago  
  9. Recommender: yysek1004
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      1
    Learning Korean memorizing songs. I'll communicate like a musical.
    3 weeks ago  
  10.      about LearningKorean
     
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    Now, time to end these continuous 6 hours of reading boring books
    It's time to carry on with Korean lessons
    4 weeks ago  
    Ryan Fighting~~~
    4 weeks ago
    Hika_Hika Thanks oppa
    4 weeks ago
  11. Recommenders: ElisaPaola other 2
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    This book quite helps me to learn Korean daily conversations that we might need

    1 month ago  
    연주 Awesome!
    1 month ago
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    나는 너를 그리워 하게 is correct with the use of postpositions?
    2 months ago  
  13. Recommenders: cynvalle other 4
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    What learning Korean book for foreigner do
    It forces to learn formal language without proper explanation in each case.
    We don't have formal part in learning books for Korean kids. We learn it in the living and using formal/informal language is very different in each case.
    I think this is a big problem to people who are learning Korean. They should don't force to learn formal language without proper explanation
    Damn books!
    2 months ago  
    Kati3 is it true that if you already learned a second language the 3rd will be easier?
    2 weeks ago
    sephy Asian languages are like that...plus it's a good way to learn any language...have to interact while learning
    2 weeks ago
  14. Recommender: SivirYuno
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    This is my favorite video of Korean Digital Academy. It is where the Canadian teacher Rob described how ~지 is similar to the Canadian's use of eh?
    http://www.koreandigitalacademy.com/category/kda-qa/
    Rob is so funny. He makes me laugh every time.
    2 months ago  
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    I've noticed that when Koreans write in English, they often say "Isn't it?" or similar statements to get agreement. Canadians would say, 'eh?' What is it in Korean?
    For example, Ryan wrote "Sometimes we need to use compound words. Isn't it?" Chulmoon often includes "Is so?" in his letters, although I think he means it as a rhetorical question, not actually asking if I agree with him. Or maybe not. I am unsure on this. Can someone explain?
    2 months ago  
    Julia Ne, I read that Ryan. You clued me in that ssi isn't just Mr./Mrs. Thank you. That kind of insight from a native Korean is really helpful.
    2 months ago
    Julia @Ryan. All Koreans I have met use it as a speech pattern more often than one would hear an American use it. To sound more like a Korean, I just wanted to know how to say "Isn't it?" -지?
    http://www.koreandigitalacademy.com/category/kda-qa/
    2 months ago
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