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Lower Intermediate #11 - He Wasn’t Even At Home!
Saturday and Sunday... ah.. the day of rest. Koreans work the most hours in the world, and they definitely need their weekends to cool down. But not in this household! As you learn Korean, you'll find out about our poor Section Chief thought he had the weekend to rest. But he got right up and cleaned the entire house, let alone rest! And did his son help? His son wasn't even home, let alone help! And that's our Korean grammar point today: "let alone." Be sure to listen in to this 100% Korean conversation and practice with native Korean speakers!
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Top 25 Korean Questions You Need to Know #14 - How Tall Are You? in Korean
Learn Korean with KoreanClass101.com! Since you arrived in South Korea. You've noticed that you get a lot of strange looks, but you're not quite sure why. And last week, your Korean friend was teasing you for hitting your head on door frames on an almost daily basis. Maybe the strange looks are related to your height?!In this lesson, you will learn the question How tall are you? in Korean and how to answer it. Visit us at KoreanClass101.com, where you will find Korean lesson notes and many more fantastic lessons and learning resources! Leave us a message while you are there!
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News #160 - Our Favorite Ways to Remember Korean Vocab PLUS A New Premium Feature
When you’re done with a lesson season at KoreanClass101...you’ve learned a lot of Korean. Especially Korean vocabulary. But do you remember it all? Korean words can come as fast as they can go. Click here to go Premium at 20% OFF to get our entire learning system!In this Sunday News, we’re talking about the best ways to remember Korean vocab and our newest Premium Feature: Season Vocabulary Lists. These lists give you all the Korean vocab from any Lesson Season in one spot. But, you’ll hear more about that in the audio.
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Absolute Beginner #6 - Who’s Your Korean Friend?
Learn Korean with KoreanClass101.com! You're on the prowl in Korea, and you and your friends are appraising everyone who walks through the door in Korean. First, a tall, dark, and handsome Korean man walks through the door. You ask your friends in Korean, "Who is that?" Without even bothering to answer your question, one of your friends responds in Korean, "Married." Enough said. Next, another tall Korean man with glasses walks through the door. Five paces in, you can see that this Korean man is losing his hair. An unusual silence falls across the table until one of your friends pipes up in Korean, "Isn't anyone going to ask about him?" You respond in Korean, "Well, not after that last guy..." She responds in Korean, "Well, even if he's not drop-dead gorgeous, he looks like he might be a nice guy. I want to know who he is!" Learning Korean with KoreanClass101.com is the most fun and effective way to learn Korean! This Korean Absolute Beginner lesson will show you how to ask questions about people starting with the Korean word that means "who." We'll also teach you the Korean demonstrative adjectives that mean "this" and "that." Who would want to miss this Korean lesson? Not you, of course! Visit us at KoreanClass101.com where you will find many more fantastic Korean lessons and learning resources! Leave us a message while you are there!  
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Top 25 Korean Questions You Need to Know #13 - Do You Have Any Brothers or Sisters? in Korean
Learn Korean with KoreanClass101.com! You're having a delicious Korean dinner with your new friend. He is sharing stories about growing up in South Korea, and the pranks he and his siblings used to play on each other. You decide kids will be kids no matter where they grow up! In this lesson, you will learn the question Do you have any brothers or sisters? in Korean and how to answer it. Visit us at KoreanClass101.com, where you will find Korean lesson notes and many more fantastic lessons and learning resources! Leave us a message while you are there!
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