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Particles #13 - Verb Normalizing Particles
Learn Korean particles with KoreanClass101.com! Using particles correctly can be difficult for Korean learners, and that's why KoreanClass101.com is here to help! In this 25-lesson series, you'll learn the when, how, and why of Korean particles. You'll be speaking natural Korean in no time! In this lesson, you'll learn how to use verb normalizing particles. 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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Upper Intermediate #6 - A Korean Hospital with a Waiting List
Learn Korean with KoreanClass101.com! Whenever you have to wait for something, you try to figure out a way around it. So now that you're visiting Korea, you wonder whether the same thing is true. You decide to seek out strategically placed friends while you are in Korea. The most important Korean person to befriend on your list? The host at your favorite Korean restaurant, so you can always get a table for yourself and your Korean friends! In this lesson, you will learn how to form conditional agreements in Korean. Our Korean conversation takes place at work between two managers. Since the speakers are co-workers, they are speaking both formal and informal Korean. We will also tell you how to take advantage of your Korean social networks. 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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Particles #12 - Noun Modifying Particles
Learn Korean particles with KoreanClass101.com! Using particles correctly can be difficult for Korean learners, and that's why KoreanClass101.com is here to help! In this 25-lesson series, you'll learn the when, how, and why of Korean particles. You'll be speaking natural Korean in no time! In this lesson, you'll learn how to use the noun modifying particles. 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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News #171 - You Got Us to the 300 Million Download Milestone! Now, We’d Like to Thank You!
You downloaded the lessons. You learned Korean. And you got us to a whopping 300 million lesson downloads. What does this mean? Two things. One: we couldn’t have done it without you –­ 300 million is a lot! Thank you. Two: We must celebrate this milestone.300 Million Celebration! Get 30% OFF Premium or Premium PLUS & a FREE Audiobook!How is it possible to reach 300 Million downloads? Tune in to this Sunday News to learn more about this massive milestone! Hint: it took us a while to get here! Also, find out how you can join the 300 Million celebration to save BIG and get a Korean Audiobook for FREE!
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Idioms And Phrases #17 - I Have “Too Much Korean Food to Eat Alone!”
Learn Korean with KoreanClass101.com! Your stomach never thought it would meet its match, until you traveled to Korea and went to your first dinner party. Out came dish after dish of Korean food, including vegetables, rice, seafood, and poultry. You thought the parade of food would never end, so you decide to ask your friend to join you. You tell him in Korean, "there is too much food for me to eat by myself. Will you help me eat it?" Kind friend that he is, he graciously obliges - after all, who doesn't like a free meal! You pass him a bowl of rice and then the famous Korean dish kimchi. He asks you what it is, and you simply tell him in Korean, "It's delicious!" As he bites into the spicy cabbage, he screams in Korean, "This is too spicy for me to eat!" You laugh and just pass him the next bowl. Hmm...maybe you should tell him it's full of chili peppers! Learning Korean with KoreanClass101.com is the most fun and effective way to learn Korean! This Korean Intermediate lesson will teach you how to say something is "excessive" or "too much" in Korean. So when your friend tells you in Korean that he wants to visit the doctor when you finish your meal, maybe you shouldn't tell him it's too far away for you to drive him there! 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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