1. Recommenders: ellyn other 1
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    If you know Hangul and some words but want to learn to use verbs so you can create your own sentences, check out this brand new program from Korean Digital Academy.
    http://www.koreandigitalacademy.com/the-key-to-korean-fluency/
    http://jreidy17.wordpress.com/2014/10/22/key-to-korean-fluency/
    It is free for now, grab the "booster pack" of MP3 files and workbook today. If Rob asks, tell him Julia sent you I'm using the program for myself right now.
    8 hours ago  
    Ellyn Thanks Julia This is so helpful I'm having a hard time forming my own sentences, conjugations and particles. thank you
    5 hours ago
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    I'm getting confused with these two 부끄럽다 -shy 부럽다-envious
    8 hours ago  
    연주 *I drink
    Both sentences are in present tense
    I don't really know terms like conjugation but I can help explain with examples hope that helps kkk
    2 hours ago
    Ellyn conjugation- is the term where you change the verbs from base form 했 to 했어 and 했어요. that's what confusing me. But really thank you for explaining. I'm going to ask you in the future if I need another help kkk
    2 hours ago
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    I think I will study Korean for a while instead... I wonder what my next set of words will be?
    21 hours ago  
  4. Recommender: ItKika
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    I'm having a hard time with conjugation and particles
    1 day ago  
    •.¸¸.Kikachu.¸¸• Welcome to my world
    1 day ago
    Ellyn it's soo hard T^T
    1 day ago
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    Time to night study!
    1 day ago  
  6. Recommenders: Larissa_Noemi other 2
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    I want it ... from TTMIK
    3 days ago  
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    Chulmoon trying to make me sound like a hick?

    3 days ago  
  8. Recommenders: GlbEd other 13
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    에 & 에서 makes you confused???
    A. ~에
    1. For place : to, on
    - 에 can be used for direction or place to be
    example :
    - 책상에 둬(put it on the desk)
    - 책상 위에 있어(It is on the desk)
    2. For place(toward)
    - 로/으로 also can be used
    example :
    - 집에 가자(Let's go home)
    - 바다로 가자(Let's go to the sea)
    3. For time : on, at
    - this can be using for time.
    example : 10시에 만나(let's meet up on 10 am )
    B. ~에서
    1. For place (where)
    - A bit different with ~에 : We use '에서' when something happens somewhere
    example :
    - 길에서 다쳤다 ( I got hurt on the road )
    - 집에서 기다려 ( Wait for me at home )
    2. For place (from)
    - 로부터 also can be used
    example :
    - 한국에서 왔어 ( I came from Korea )
    5 days ago  
    Yeonju 잘 배웠어요
    4 days ago
    Yeonju Can we say 집으로 가자?
    4 days ago
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    Learning korean is hard for foreigners (especially english speakers) or so I am told

    6 days ago  
  10. Recommenders: Mika_ist08 other 2
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    These stickers should make my life easier!

    7 days ago  
    Jay 재 I've had the keyboard working to type hangul for a while now but I never knew which keys to use so it was fairly pointless until this morning
    7 days ago
    Ryan Fighting~
    7 days ago
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    Anyone knows any website or application that I could use for speaking of Korean and it's pronunciation?
    1 week ago  
  12. Recommenders: Elis other 4
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    Today's korean lesson came with a selection of 'family' words: 가족

    1 week ago  
    Everly Wah! You're good!
    1 week ago
    Jay 재 Haha thanks I write everything on the whiteboard as I learn it then pin it up so I see it all the time. It also means I practice my handwriting almost every day
    1 week ago
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    That moment when someone says 'say something in Korean' and a sudden mind - blank occurs!
    1 week ago  
    Jay 재 Yes... I may not be that good at Korean yet but I'm definitely too good for '안녕하세요' to be all I said
    1 week ago
    Hanna-Riikka Yup! :D
    1 week ago
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    할 만큼 하다
    1. I/You did someone's best : 난/넌 할 만큼 했어, similar exp (그 만큼 했으면 됐어..)
    2. When you upset after someone asked your ability : 너 그거 할 줄 알아? 할 만큼 해..
    1 week ago  
    Ryan  '그냥 조금 해요' 가 겸손한 표현이에요
    1 week ago
    Theresa 감사합니당~ ㅎㅎ
    1 week ago
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    Writing that mind reminded me: I should learn more numbers and to tell the time in Korean. I only know basic numbers...
    1 week ago  
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