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Have you noticed how most conversations use the same phrases and questions? For example, if you’re introducing yourself, you’ll use: “Hello.” “How are you?” “What’s your name?” Did you know you can take advantage of this predictability to speak better Korean?Click here to get 20% OFF Premium & unlock unlimited KoreanClass101 access! In this Sunday News, find out how you can handle almost any conversation with KoreanClass101 lessons! This is one Korean learning hack most people ignore. Since most conversations use the same lines, you can easily prepare with the most common questions, answers and phrases.   Learn with KoreanClass101 on the go on your Android, iPhone, iPad or Kindle Fire. Download the Innovative Language 101 App for FREE!
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Intermediate Lesson #21 - Eat Something Good!
Eat something good while you learn Korean with free online lessons and free daily podcasts at KoreanClass101.com! In This lesson, 사장님 (the boss) is sick and leaving early, so he's asking for a few favors. As he's asking favors, he'll be doing it in a very indirect, and as a result, a very polite way. And as Inseong and Soyeon will be talking to their boss, they'll be using extremely polite language, and thus, using the honorific infix (시). After listening, don't forget to stop by KoreanClass101.com and leave us a comment!
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Korean Culture Class #15 - Gyeongsangdo Dialect 3
Is Korean pronunciation difficult? Can't quite seem to get the hang of Korean intonation? Well maybe looking at it from a different angle can clear things up for you! Today we're taking a look at our final lesson on the 경상도 사투리 (Gyeongsangdo dialect), one of the most famous and popular Korean dialects. Comparing a Korean dialect to standard Korean might be able to help you understand how Korean is correctly pronounced and give you clear vision of Korean intonation! In this lesson we'll be focusing on the intonation of the 경상도 사투리 (Gyeongsangdo Dialect), the dialect spoken in Korea's second biggest city, 부산 (Busan). Listening to this lesson will help you perfect Korean pronunciation. It'll also help you perfect your Korean intonation. So remember to listen in and leave us a post!
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