1. Recommender: ryan
         about korean
    후회했어 (Korean)
    i regret
    5 hours ago  
  2.      about korean
    바보 같이 왜 웃어?
    why are you laughing like an idiot?
    babo gati wae us-eo?
    2 weeks ago  
  3. Recommenders: MerveYilmaz other 2
         about Korean
    Past tense
    Verb : verb + ㅆ다
    Basic : 가다
    Present : 간다
    Past : 갔다
    Past particle : 갔었다
    Used to : 가곤 했다
    Basic : 먹다
    Present : 먹는다
    Past : 먹었다
    Past particle : 먹었었다
    Used to : 먹곤 했다
    ~았다 comes after positive vowel and ~었다 comes after negative vowel when it used for Past tense.
    Positive Vowel: 날다 > 난다 > 날았다 > 날았었다 > 날곤 했다
    Negative Vowel: 넣다 > 넣는다 > 넣었다 > 넣었었다 > 넣곤 했다
    Positive vowels : ㅏ,ㅑ,ㅗ,ㅑ,ㅘ,ㅙ,ㅒ
    Negative vowels : ㅓ,ㅕ,ㅜ,ㅕ,ㅝ,ㅞ,ㅖ,ㅟ
    2 weeks ago  
    Emmli Like what's the difference between 갔었다 and 가곤 했다?
    2 weeks ago
    Ryan 가곤 했다 : regular habit in the past
    -> I used to go there
    I've went there
    2 weeks ago
  4. Recommender: Eveline
         about Korean
    about Batchim in Korean
    every consonant can be Batchim
    1. ㄱ,ㄴ,ㄷ,ㄹ,ㅁ,ㅂ,ㅅ,ㅇ,ㅈ,ㅊ,ㅋ,ㅌ,ㅍ,ㅎ,
    Ex) 각, 간, 갇 ....
    가 + ㄱ : 각 ( gak )
    가 + ㄴ : 간 ( gan )
    나 + ㄷ : 낟 ( nat )
    When ㄱ, ㅋ used as Batchim, it sounds "K"
    When ㄴ used as Batchim, it sounds "N"
    When ㄷ, ㅅ, ㅈ, ㅊ, ㅌ, ㅎ used for Batchim, it sounds "T"
    When ㄹ used for Batchim, it sounds "L or R"
    When ㅁ used for Batchim, it sounds "M"
    When ㅂ , ㅍ used for Batchim, it sounds "P or B"
    When ㅇ used for Batchim, it sounds "ng"
    These batchims can be used just few words. just memorize these
    2. ㄲ ㄳ ㄵ ㄶ ㄸ ㄺ ㄻ ㄼ ㄽ ㄾ ㄿ ㅀ ㅃ ㅄ ㅆ ㅉ
    Ex) 깎다, 몫, 앉다, 않다, 밝다, 앎, 밟다, 읊...
    These batchims effect to followed letter with strong sound.
    깎다 -> kkak-tta (다 is no longer d sound but dd or tt)
    2 weeks ago  
    Ryan 이것도 누가 물어봤었는데... 누구였더라??
    2 weeks ago
    Eveline I had to use a dictionary to find out what Batchim is.. 收音이구나..ㅋㅋㅋ
    2 weeks ago
  5.      about Korean
    I want to write a letter to a korean friend, but i still can't construct sentences. (
    3 weeks ago  
    Mika Dont upset dear Fighting!
    3 weeks ago
    yanHae15 i'm not sure if they will understand it if i wrote in english
    2 weeks ago
  6. Recommenders: ryan other 1
         about korean
    어떻게 지내세요?= how're you
    잘 지내요= im fine thanks
    그저 그래요= i'm so so
    잘 못 지내요=i'm not doing well
    좀 바빠요= i'm a little busy
    4 weeks ago  
  7. Recommender: Zahra
         about korean

    Let's talk about the faceparts in three languages. english ~ korean ~ german
    Hair ~ 머리 (meoli) ~ Haar
    Forehead ~ 이마 (ima) ~ Stirn
    Eyebrows ~ 눈썹 (nunsseob) ~ Augenbrauen
    Eyes ~ 눈 (nun) ~ Augen
    Eyelashes ~ 속눈썹 (sognunsseob) ~ Wimpern
    Eyelid ~ 눈꺼풀 (nunkkeopul) ~ Augenlid
    pupil ~ 학생 (hagsaeng) ~ Pupille
    temple (?) ~ 신전 (sinjeon) ~ Schläfe
    nose ~ 코 (ko) ~ Nase
    nostril ~ 콧 구멍 (kos gumeong) ~ Nasenloch
    nose bridge ~ 코의 다리 (koui dali) ~ Nasenrücken
    cheek ~ 뺨 (ppyam) ~ Wange
    philtrum ~ 인중 (injung) ~ Philtrum
    mouth ~ 입 (ib) ~ Mund
    upper lip ~ 윗입술 (wis-ibsul) ~ Oberlippe
    bottom lip ~ 아래 입술 (alae ibsul ~ Unterlippe
    teeth ~ 이 (i) ~ Zahn/Zähne
    chin ~ 턱 (teog) ~ Kinn

    1 month ago  
    Qing53 That's cool & helpful .. thanks sis
    1 month ago
    양 마리 Thanks I like to learn like this you're welcome sis
    1 month ago
  8. Recommenders: tinybeehermosa other 3
         about korean

    The hand 손 (son)
    Thumb : 엄지 손가락 (eomji songalag)
    Index finger : 집게 손가락 (jibge songalag)
    Middle finger : 가운데 손가락 (gaunde songalag)
    Ring finger : 약손가락 (yagsongalag)
    Little finger : xx 손가락 (saekki songalag)
    Back of the hand : 손의 뒷면 (son-ui dwismyeon)
    Palm : 손바닥 (sonbadag)
    Wrist : 손목 (sonmog)
    Fingernail : 손톱 (sontob)

    1 month ago  
    Qing53 Nice sis you always come with cute ideas
    1 month ago
    양 마리 ha ha thanks sis
    1 month ago
  9.      about korean
    ah i wanna ask : what does this 밀려고요 mean?
    1 month ago  
  10.      about korean
    이 비디오 너무 유용하게 그리고 재밌어
    2 months ago  
    I_Shadow Have watched this before....kk
    2 months ago
  11. Recommenders: KittyVanCat other 2
         about Korean
    words about Summer
    선풍기 : fan
    에어컨 : air conditioner
    얼음 : ice
    아이스크림 : ice cream
    샤워 : shower
    땀 : sweat
    휴가 : summer vacation especially from work
    워터파크 : waterpark
    바다 : beach (actually it's 해변 in Korean)
    수영 : swimming
    매미 : cicada
    반바지 : shorts
    반팔 : short sleeved shirt
    냉면 : naeng-myeon kkkk
    2 months ago  
    양 마리 ah really helpful
    2 months ago
  12. Recommenders: ElinYasGD other 2
         about Korean
    감사하다 Vs 고맙다
    Foreigners ask me how different between these words from time to time.
    Someone says 감사하다 is formal way of 고맙다.
    I will say they just have same meaning.
    Verb: 감사하다 = 고맙다
    Formal : 감사합니다 = 고맙습니다
    Adverb : 감사하게도 = 고맙게도
    Adjective : 감사한 = 고마운
    Noun : 감사함 = 고마움
    2 months ago  
    Ryan 구마워요 : 고마워요
    고마워요 can be used between close people than 고맙습니다.
    verb + 요 is casual way to be polite
    2 months ago
    Emmli Oh okay I understand now thankyou
    2 months ago
  13.      about Korean
    English words that using in Korean
    애프터 서비스(A/S) : Warranty
    SNS(Social Networking Service) : Social meida
    SkinShip : Physical contact (touching)
    Sline : 'S' shape of women's body as coke bottle
    BJ : broadcasting jockey as DJ
    2 months ago  
    Ryan What about you?
    2 months ago
    Crystal (수정) Ummm um um a human and I'm a girl
    2 months ago
  14.      about Korean
    Fill in the blank with proper word
    사과가 ( ).
    1. 달다
    2. 짜다
    3. 맵다
    4. 시다
    2 months ago  
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  15.      about Korean
    English words that using in Korean
    헬스 : gym
    볼펜 : ballpoint pen
    매직 : marker
    개그맨/개그우먼 : comedian
    싸인 : autograph
    니트 : sweater
    원피스 : dress
    워커 : boots
    후드티 : hoodie
    맨투맨 : sweat shirt
    사이다 : sprite
    캐미 : chemistry
    원룸 : studio
    2 months ago  
    Ellyn Ahh Konglish words!!!
    2 months ago
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