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    저도 모르죠 (Korean)
    i don't know
    jeodo moleujyo
    4 days ago  
  2. Recommenders: Zahra other 2
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    ~도 이다/그렇다 : too
    in the positive sentence
    A:아들이 공부를 하고 있어요. (My son is studying)
    B:내 아들도 그래요/하고 있어요. (My son is studying too)
    .
    ~도 아니다 : Either
    in the negative sentence
    A:아들이 공부를 안 해요 (My son doesn't study)
    B:내 아들도 그래요/안 해요. (My son doesn't study either)
    2 weeks ago  
    Ryan 내 아들이 일하고 있어
    2 weeks ago
    최야스권 고마워 오빠
    2 weeks ago
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    Ellyn HAHAHAHA
    2 weeks ago
  4. Recommenders: thkriss other 1
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    This is a bit confused..
    Where are you from? in Korean
    어디에서 왔어요? This can be a question for asking Where are you from or Where did you come from?
    I think if you want to ask the nationality of someone, this would be better way
    어느 나라 사람이에요?
    2 weeks ago  
    최야스권 okay you know korean better than me oppa kk thnx
    2 weeks ago
    최야스권 moroccan salamieyo okay ot it oppa thnx
    2 weeks ago
  5. Recommenders: Hani231 other 5
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    Should, must, have to + do
    We have only 1 word for those in Korean.
    해야 하다 = should do,must do, have to do
    but we can use adverb to emphasize it as must, have to ..
    for example
    1. present
    해야 하다/한다 = should do
    해야만 하다/한다 = have to do, must do
    꼭 해야 하다/한다 = have to do, must do
    꼭 해야만 하다/한다 = have to do, must do
    2. past
    해야 했다 = should have done.
    .
    ex:
    1. when verb ended as consonant + 다 as 먹다(머+ㄱ+다) -> 먹+어야
    저녁을 먹어야 해 : I should eat dinner
    저녁을 먹었어야 했어 : I should have eaten dinner
    2. when verb ended as vowel + 다 as 가다(가+다) -> 가+야
    집에 가야 해 : I should go home
    3 weeks ago  
    Ryan just same... they are different uses with 해야 하다 to emphasize
    3 weeks ago
    Qing53 Thanks
    3 weeks ago
  6. Recommenders: ElinYasGD other 1
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    내가 Vs 나
    When I do/ask something '내가' is a good choice to use
    ex: 내가 그거 할 게(I will do it), 내가 먹었어(I ate), 내가 그랬어(I did it)
    내가 먹어도 돼?(Can I eat it?)
    When I tell my thought/will... '나' is a good choice to use
    ex: 나는 빠질게(I'm out), 나라면 그렇게 할 거야(If I were you, I will do it.)
    also when I ask something, I can use '나'
    ex: 나 어떻게 보여?-> 나 어때?(how do I look?)
    3 weeks ago  
    최야스권 thanks for explaining this oppa
    3 weeks ago
    양 마리 MaRi good to know
    3 weeks ago
  7. Recommenders: ElinYasGD other 2
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    We had few different levels of politeness in Korean. (still have but rarely use them nowadays)
    Especially when we greet in the morning, eat meal with parents include grandparents.
    ex )
    1. normal : 엄마, 아침 먹었어?(usually)
    2. casual : 엄마, 아침 먹었어요? when kids are grew up and became old man/woman
    3. polite level 1 : 엄마, 아침 드셨어요? / 엄마, 식사 하셨어요?
    4. polite leve 2 : 어머님 진지 잡수셨어요? (just few old men/women use this kind of level nowadays)
    4 weeks ago  
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    나는 더 한국어를 배워야한다. 하지만 독서는 너무 어렵다
    4 weeks ago  
    Jay My korean is getting terrible bc of not studying T.T
    4 weeks ago
    MaRi because of k-dramas i can better understand than read
    4 weeks ago
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    4 weeks ago  
    MaRi yeah espacially becau they use different numbers for different things
    4 weeks ago
    NOOR Exactly !
    4 weeks ago
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    that moment, when you see this and start to laugh

    4 weeks ago  
    NOOR Hahaha I feel you
    4 weeks ago
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    #3 미인형- beauty type
    1 month ago  
    Alexandra What is that?
    1 month ago
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    #2 이상영 -Ideal type
    1 month ago  
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    I learned 3 words today: #1 혈액형 -blood type
    1 month ago  
    Oktawian 옥탑이안 Congrats ^_^
    1 month ago
    Ellyn thank you
    1 month ago
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    Is my spelling correct? 뭠이까? (What is it?)
    1 month ago  
    Ellyn yeah I tried to translate but nothing came out kk guess this is wrong
    1 month ago
    Ellyn I think I found it it's 무엇입니까 ?
    1 month ago
  15. 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)...
    1 month ago  
    Emmli So it can be used with anything as long as someone would be giving you something? Eg. Food , help
    1 month ago
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