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    하늘: sky: Part of speech:
    noun
    Example sentence:하늘이 흐렸습니다.
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    4 days ago  
    Nicole 하늘이 울고 있습니다.....
    4 days ago
  2. Recommender: DoNichiArt
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    마저 even
    너마저 내 말을 믿지 않니? even you don't believe me?
    4 days ago  
    Hanna-Riikka Thanks for sharing!
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    AngryShark Congrat! @Spiral_rnr
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    영수증
    yeongsujeung receipt is their word of the day
    1 week ago  
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    Good evening all or day wherever you are Happy happy ...today was a great day!!! I am starting to learn Korean I signed up at this website, they are giving a 7 day free Premium trial too. http://www.koreanclass101.com/index.php
    1 week ago  
    Smiles What websites do you know about? ^^
    1 week ago
    Smiles You should fully try cerego, too.
    1 week ago
  5. Recommenders: jiji other 5
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    을/를 and 가/이
    Are you confused when is 가/이 in the middle of sentence?
    Let's check it together!
    을/를 is used for object like "I don't know what(을/를) to do"
    - What(을/를) do you eat? / I eat dinner(을/를)
    을 comes after consonant :ㅂ of 밥 + 을
    를 comes after vowel : ㅜ of 공부 + 를
    .
    가/이 makes noun as complement (보어) after subject.
    In this case we don't need to do something by sentence itself.
    I have many homework(이/가) : 나는 숙제가 많다
    so it will go to like this : I have many homework(이/가) so I have to do work(을/를) hard.
    나는 숙제가 많다 그래서 숙제를 열심히 해야 한다.
    Hope this helps you
    이 comes after consonant :ㅂ of 밥 + 이
    가 comes after vowel : ㅔ of 숙제 + 가
    1 week ago  
    noor Thank you
    1 week ago
    k민유 Really helpful!! Thanks!!
    1 week ago
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    개떡같이 말해도 찰떡같이 알아듣다!
    @오빠 이게 무슨 뜻이야?
    2 weeks ago  
    Nicole  네~나 이뻐~ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ
    2 weeks ago
    ray @Nicole Are u serious? kkk
    2 weeks ago
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    is kinda difficult to me to know the difference when I write because the sound between ㅔ and ㅐ is so similar, for example 게 and 개, does anyone ones knows if exist any rule for use one on another?
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    3 weeks ago
    Hanna-Riikka Those indeed are difficult...
    3 weeks ago
  8. Recommenders: Abigail other 2
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    Read this in Korea isn't just Seoul blog. Is it true? I associate ㄹ까 with asking permission and 서 with because (for the purpose).
    What you worried about+(으)ㄹ까 봐(서)+ Reason why
    Examples:
    1. 시험을 못 볼까 봐 밤을 새워 공부했어요. (I was worried that I would fail in the test so I studied all night long).
    2. 대학교에 늦게 도착할까 봐 일찍 일어나요. (I worry about arriving late at my university so I wake up early).
    3. 옷이 좀 작을까 봐 걱정했는데 잘 맞는다니 다행이네요.(I was worried the clothes would be a bit small so it’s great that they fit well).
    3 weeks ago  
    Julia Thanks for the encouragement. I can notice that I understand a bit more of Korean now. It accumulates eventually.
    3 weeks ago
    Ryan That's improving~ keep it going!
    3 weeks ago
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    사람들은 내부 아름다움 이 있어야합니다. 아름다움 은 피부 없습니다.
    3 weeks ago  
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    Have you ever heard about ~
    ~에 대해 들어본 적이 있습니까?
    italki에 대해 들어본 적이 있습니까?
    Have you heard about italki?
    Learned this from my tutor today
    3 weeks ago  
    Julia italki에 대해 들어본 적이 있나요?
    3 weeks ago
    Julia Do you know about ~
    ~ 아세요?
    3 weeks ago
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    arm -팔 foot-발 confusing
    4 weeks ago  
    Ellyn yeah when listening I need to clean my ears
    4 weeks ago
    Ryan ㅋㅋㅋㅋ 화이팅!!
    4 weeks ago
  12. Recommenders: Smiles other 7
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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
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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.
    4 weeks ago  
  14. Recommenders: DoNichiArt other 18
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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?
    4 weeks ago  
    Ryan grammatically 네가 but spoken is 니가
    2 weeks ago
    Smiles ahhhh~~~ The written form is: 네가 & the spoken form is 니가.
    What about 너?
    2 weeks ago
  15. Recommenders: CarolinAna20 other 5
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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
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    Smiles 우아~~~ )
    2 weeks ago
    syf ㅎㅓㄹ 대박!
    2 weeks ago
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