1. Recommenders: ammicae other 5
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    Where to put spaces in the sentence in Korean?
    1. After particle.
    나는 유능한 사람이다 : a space after 는
    2. After adjective
    나는 유능한 사람이다 : a space after 유능한
    3. After adverb
    나는 매우 유능한 사람이다 : a space after 매우
    4. After noun & pronoun
    나 매우 유능한 사람이다 : a space after 나 ( btw it's same with 나는. omitted particle word. )
    5. Between 2 verbs
    밥을 먹고 싶다 : between 먹다 & ~하고 싶다
    1 day ago  
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    For me, the best part when learning Korean is the word at the back like for example :-
    -우리 친구 (잖아)
    -나 천재 (거든)
    -근네 (말이야)
    -그랬(구나)
    -늦어 (말고)
    -내가 아파 seultae (when I'm sick..) *really don't know how to spell*
    I really wish I can learn more in this part.
    2 days ago  
  3. Recommenders: ammicae other 8
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    When we use 네가(니가) and 너 in the sentences?
    When we use 네가(니가) in the sentence, someone wants to emphasize 'You'.
    니가 했어? You did?? really?
    When we use 너 in the sentence, someone wants to emphasize 'something'.
    너 그거 할 수 있어? Can you do it?
    2 days ago  
    Ryan ㅋㅋㅋㅋ Am I good at explanation?
    2 days ago
    Sam 박셔린 Always!
    2 days ago
  4. Recommenders: Miyuki03159 other 2
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    We use 대박! for awesome thing, very nice thing, incredible thing, to emphasize adjective like totally, etc..
    Usually this word used to positive thing but sometimes it's used to negative ex-pression like ㅎㅓㄹ!
    But it is depends on former sentences or situation.
    in the positive situation :
    A: 나 로또 됐어(I won the lottery!) / B: ㅎㅓㄹ 대박! ( wow, amazing! )
    in the negative situation:
    A: 사람들이 다쳤어(people got hurt) / B: ㅎㅓㄹ 대박! ( really? that's bad )
    Using 대박 in the positive situation is better
    2 days ago  
    Ellyn oppa 최고
    2 days ago
    Ryan but using 대박 in the positive situation is better
    2 days ago
  5. Recommenders: sab_riin other 5
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    Verb + 은/는/ㄴ/기/ ~는 것
    As we know 은/는/이/가 of noun + 은/는/이/가 was postposition for subject as usual.
    btw we use Verb+은/는/ㄴ/기 too.
    Let's see what's different.
    .
    1. verb+은 : This makes verb as past to express past status.
    ex) 내가 빵을 이미 먹은 후였다. : It was the time after I already had the bread.
    2. verb+는/ㄴ : This makes verb as be+ing to express current status.
    ex) 내가 빵을 먹는 중이다 : I'm eating bread.
    3. verb+기/ ~는 것 : This makes verb as noun
    ex) 빵을 먹기/먹는 것 : eating bread was hard.
    5 days ago  
    5 days ago
    Ryan 2 is the present progressive form but 3 is just a noun form
    5 days ago
  6. Recommenders: lequiet other 2
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    ~에 ~가 있다 / ~에 ~이 있다
    Place에 something/someone(with vowel)가 있다
    ex: 주차장에 자동차가 있다
    Place에 something/someone(with consonant)이 있다
    ex: 공원에 사람들이 있다
    ~는,가 ~에 있다 / ~이,은 ~에 있다
    Something/someone(with vowel)는/가 place에 있다
    ex: 차는 주차장에 있다
    Something/someone(with consonant)이/은 place에 있다
    ex: 사람들은 공원에 있다
    1 week ago  
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    Should Jay...?
    1. Keep trying to write in Korean regardless of his many mistakes (12/12 100.0%)
    2. Only write in Korean he is sure he will get right
    3. Write in Korean as much as possible and hopefully make less mistakes soon
    4. Stop writing in Korean on MP until he improves
         
    2 weeks ago  
    Jay 재 I guess this means I continue haha
    2 weeks ago
    selmatitta Fighting
    2 weeks ago
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    Just bored of making so many mistakes... Think I will stop writing as much until I know I can do better
    2 weeks ago  
    Ning66 恆心咪走~ take your time Jay!
    2 weeks ago
    AngryShark Congrat! @kwanning0606
    2 weeks ago
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    It frustrates me when I'm reading on MP and I can understand a lot of what is being said in Korean but my Korean writing isn't good enough to reply
    2 weeks ago  
    Ning66 恆心咪走~  jay, you have very good support
    2 weeks ago
    Jay 재 Thanks everyone
    2 weeks ago
  10. Recommender: noor
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    I'm struggling to understand why people in drama's use 선생님 for doctor instead of 의사.
    Is there a particular context in which these two words are used?
    2 weeks ago  
    HannahAgutter That makes much more sense. Thank you.
    2 weeks ago
    콘수엘로 고마워 오빠... 화이팅 Hannah It is good that you have understood.
    2 weeks ago
  11. Recommender: ryan
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    Todays new words are:
    전 = Before
    후 = After
    E.g.
    자기 전에 커피를 안 마셔요. = Do not drink coffee before going to bed.
    점심을 먹은 후에 수영을 안 해요. = Do not swim after eating lunch.
    *Yes, this mind serves as both a document of my Korean and helpful advice in life
    2 weeks ago  
    Julia used in AM and PM 오전 , 오후
    2 weeks ago
    Jay 재 Never mind, I tried...
    2 weeks ago
  12. Recommenders: Abigail other 4
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    얘 & 쟤 / 이 사람 , 저 사람 & 그 사람
    얘 : someone who younger than you and next you so you can call or point with finger or someone in the picture
    쟤 : someone who younger than you and near you or someone in the picture.
    이 사람 : someone in the picture when you point with your finger.
    저 사람 : someone who near you when you point with your finger.
    그 사람 : someone who in your memory
    old people call someone as 이 사람아! some times
    2 weeks ago  
    Julia totally new to me. Thanks Ryan
    2 weeks ago
    AngryShark Congrat! @ryan
    2 weeks ago
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    more about desc-riptive phrases

    2 weeks ago  
    Julia that sort of he/she generic pronoun, right?
    2 weeks ago
    Ryan 얘 is not proper here
    2 weeks ago
  14. Recommenders: noor other 1
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    All I think about is snow, even when working on Korean vocabulary

    3 weeks ago  
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