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    Extra Resources for Korean Study
    Mindpasta is a great social network for studying Korean, but in case you want even more (free!) resources, here are some things that I have found useful:For all levels: Sejong Hakdang (www.sejonghakdang.org)Offers free textbooks for beginning to intermediate levels. Just sign up with an account for free. There are also themed videos (conversation, story books, etc.) and a virtual, more interactive tex...
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    Smiles 감사합니다. ^^
    1 week ago
    alina No problem~
    1 week ago
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    안녕하세요, 모두다.
    아, 오늘 나는 학교에 갔어요. 나는 한국 사삼을 만났어요. 그녀는 진짜 예쁘다. 그녀는 이름을 주디 입니다. 나는 주디언니 너무 좋아요. 그녀는 부산도시에 살아요.
    나는 정말 행복헤요. ^^
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    I tried. Hahaha! I'm sure I made a lot of mistakes. Waaaah! Spell check and grammar check please?
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    Hanna-Riikka Cool! I think I understood it all. :D
    2 weeks ago
    Lyra 김리세 Yey! haha!
    2 weeks ago
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    I was about to sleep when I saw this sentence. I'm trying to decipher it but I'm not that sure with what it meant. Give me some piece of mind, please?
    I think it means, it's okay if you speak Korean?
    넌 한국어로 말해도 괜찮아
    2 weeks ago  
    Sammy (박셔린) I think it means "You're okay if you speak Korean" that's just my understanding but I'm not sure
    2 weeks ago
    Lyra 김리세 Ah. Thanks eomma. But what would that mean? The english confused me as much as the korean
    2 weeks ago
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    Part 42 Conjugated form of verb
    Hi, it has been long time since I've wrote last note. I will try to write a note about conjugated form of verbs but there are many many kind of forms in Korean really.. so I'm not sure if I can explain everything well.I think some of forms were already mentioned in part 41 but let's see them together. 1. Standard formStandard verb consists of stem and ending. usually ending is '다' Stems : 하 of 하다...
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    samlad Thank you for this Lots more to study and understand Everyone, Fighting!
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    DoNichiArt I'll study well!
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  5. Recommender: westside
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    저는 한국어를 열심히 배워요
    저는 방에서 책을 읽습니다
    1 month ago  
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    Read carefully Ryan's oppa Notes from the begining. Fighting!
    1 month ago  
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    i thought korean is supposed to be a very difficult language,but now i think i was wrong,btw i have a long way to go ^^
    2 months ago  
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    Hey Guys ,
    i'm a absolute beginner (leaning Hangul at the moment )i was wondering if you guys have any tips on how to learn korean fast ??? If you do then please share them with me in comment section. Thanks
    2 months ago  
    Jay 재 Uhh I wish I did. I've been learning for almost 6 months now and I'm progressing but not super quickly. All I can say is expose yourself to as much Korean as you can. Whatever you can say in Korean, do. Use it and listen to is as much as possible. The more normal it becomes, the more it sinks in Good luck! People on MP will always help wherever they can!
    2 months ago
    flo thanks jay
    2 months ago
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    Now continue reading Rian's Note ^_^
    3 months ago  
    Ryan nope. perfumes are need when you play some games with friends here
    3 months ago
    사라 ohh okey get it thank you
    2 months ago
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    What's the difference between 흥분해요 and/or 설레요?
    When are they most appropriate to use?
    Please help~
    Thanks in advance for your help
    3 months ago  
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    I found out today, the best/easiest explanation for the use of 이/가 vs 은/는
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    -이/가 puts emphasis on the next word (a verb, a noun, an adjective)
    -은/는 simply puts emphasis on the subject
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    Here's a few examples:
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    이것이 *연필*이에요. This is *A PENCIL.
    *이것*은 연필이에요. *THIS is a pencil.
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    Ellyn ahhhh I see, that's why I mostly see -은/는 after names/subjects.. oohh thanks supersam
    3 months ago
    Ning66 恆心咪走~ clear and concise explanation!xp
    3 months ago
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    Just a question to anyone, when you first started learning Korean. Did you start to panic and worry about the pace that you were learning?
    I don't feel as though I'm learning at a fast enough pace.
    3 months ago  
    HannahAgutter I'm glad I'm not the only one.
    3 months ago
    noor Sure!
    3 months ago
  13. Recommenders: ElinYasGD other 2
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    Part 41 making Korean sentences
    I think I've already wrote to make Korean sentences but still people seem like confused in making sentences with postpositions. So I decided to write it again in detail with more examples.Let's start!Basic sentence1. noun + verb be + noun as "I am a human" in English.  -> in Korean : noun + noun + verb be   * we will use 은/는/이/가 here as postposition for subject.   - 나는 사람이다 : 나(I) 사...
    3 months ago  
    BYEjemimah newbie here!!!
    uughh!!! i dont know how to use mind pasta!!
    3 months ago
    samlad This is awesome, oppa!
    2 weeks ago
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    Spent all day at work whilst saying Korean phrases over and over again.
    4 months ago  
    Malu-Lee Hi!~~
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    According to this online alphabet game I've been playing the past couple of days. I've learnt 26 words. :D :D :D
    4 months ago  
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