Beginner S2 #25 - Korean Grand Finale: Before You Leave, Review with Us!
Beginner Season 2
You absolutely hate it when you feel like this! It's been driving you crazy all day! Your friends from the Korean university are trying very hard to help you get to the bottom of why you feel...so out of place today. One friend asks you in Korean, "did you eat today before you came to class?" No, that's not it. You ate a huge breakfast at a small Korean café. Another friend asks you in Korean, "maybe you don't feel good because you are getting sick." No, that's not it either. You don't feel bad in that way. You tell them in Korean, "I feel as if I am forgetting something!" They ask you in Korean, "Have you reviewed your Korean with KoreanClass101 yet?" That's it! How can you remember if you don't review?!
Learning Korean with KoreanClass101.com is the most fun and effective way to learn Korean! This is your final chance to learn Korean with Beginner Season 2! In this Korean Beginner lesson, we're going to review all of our Beginner Season 2 grammar and give you some more Korean vocabulary to help boost your new found knowledge in Korean. Remember to listen in to this lesson and find out all the new vocabulary we'll be going over, including "before, because," and discussing simultaneous actions. Visit us at KoreanClass101 to get more great Korean lessons and learning resources! And as our conversation says, don't forget to stop by KoreanClass101.com and leave us a post!
Beginner S2 #24 - Making Requests in Korean: Then, Just Take me Home!
Beginner Season 2
Your Korean boyfriend finally got permission from your very strict Korean father to take you out for the night. But...your boyfriend has changed quite a bit. He asks what you want to do first tonight. You tell him in Korean, "Please take me out to a nice Korean dinner first." But he tells you in Korean, "Please forgive me, but I have no money. It's all in our savings." That's okay, you are just happy to see him again. After all, it's for your future, right? So, you tell him in Korean, "Take me for a romantic walk along the beach." Again, your once romantic Korean man looks at you and replies in Korean, "please forgive me, but I am so tired from working all week. Can we just sit somewhere and talk?" "Sure," you tell him in Korean, "you can talk to me while you drive me home!"
Learning Korean with KoreanClass101.com is the most fun and effective way to learn Korean! As you learn Korean with KoreanClass101.com, listen in to this conversation between a Korean couple. If you're dating in Korea, or looking for a date in Korea, listen in to this lesson to find out exactly what you DON'T want to do! In this Korean Beginner lesson, we'll be going over the requestive, which we use to ask for things and favors. The Korean requestive is a great tool to use with your Korean significant other! Stop by KoreanClass101 to get more great Korean lessons and learning materials! Leave us a comment while you are there!
Beginner S2 #23 - Korean Present Progressive: What Are You Doing Now?
Beginner Season 2
You've been dating your Korean boyfriend for a while now. However, it seems that dating in Korea is much different now that he vowed to prove himself to your Korean father. He used to call you and tell you in Korean, "I am thinking about you right now!" Or he would send you gifts and huge bouquets of flowers with notes in Korean that read, "I am anxiously awaiting our date tonight!" However, now he just calls every hour from the job your well-meaning father found him and jealously asks you in Korean, "what are you doing without me now?" And the gifts have all but stopped in lieu of a safe savings plan for your future together. Now, he tells you in Korean, "I am saving your gift money to buy you a big house." Well, maybe things aren't so bad...
Learning Korean with KoreanClass101.com is the most fun and effective way to learn Korean! Korean couples can be extremely lovey-dovey. Korean girls hanging from their boyfriend's arms and Korean boys showering their girlfriends with gifts is normal. However, normal dating in Korea is not what you will see in this 100% Korean conversation. In this Korean Beginner lesson, we'll go over the present progressive in Korean, which is an extremely important Korean grammatical pattern you use to talk about continual actions. Stop by KoreanClass101 to get more great Korean lessons and leave us a comment while you're there!
Beginner S2 #22 - Korean Intentional: Are You Two Going to Keep Fighting?!
Beginner Season 2
Well, you have had about all you can take! First, your brother and his friend from Korea wouldn't let you watch TV! Then, they took the computer! But, the final straw was when they ate the rest of your pizza! You told them in Korean, "I was going to eat that!" They laughed and told you in Korean, "we are going to do everything you want to do!" Overhearing the argument, your mother asks in Korean, "are you going to keep fighting with your sister all day?" Angelically, the two boys tell your mother in Korean, "we are not going to bother her again!" Not wanting to take the change, your mother tells the boys in Korean, "That may be, but just in case, I am sending her to the movies and the mall!" As you happily leave for a day of movies and shopping with your friends, you tell the boys in Korean, "what are you going to do without me?"
Learning Korean with KoreanClass101.com is the most fun and effective way to learn Korean! In this Korean Beginner lesson, we finish our 3-part series on the intentional in Korean. Korean grammar does not have a future tense but it does have the intentional. However, as there are several different ways of telling someone your intentions in Korean, we'll be going over all the linguistic nuances in Korean. Stop by KoreanClass101 to get more great Korean lessons and learning materials. Leave us a comment while you are there.
Beginner S2 #21 - Korean Intentional Endings: No, I’m Going to Do That!
Beginner Season 2
Your little brother has a new friend from Korea over today and they are driving you CRAZY! It seems everything you want to do they are one step behind you! You sat down to watch TV and your brother and his friend raced in front of you almost knocking you over! They turned on the TV and told you in Korean, "we are going to watch TV!" Trying to be nice, you walk away smiling. You need to check your email anyway. In a flash, they race past you to the computer, screaming back in Korean, "we are going to use the computer!" Okay, that's fine. You're hungry anyway. You had better get the leftover pizza before they get it anyway! Trying to be sneaky, you tiptoe into the kitchen. There at the table sit the two mischievous little pranksters! In unison, they tell you in Korean, "we were going to save you some but you took too long!" That's it! You're going back to bed!
Learning Korean with KoreanClass101.com is the most fun and effective way to learn Korean! In this Korean Beginner lesson we're going to cover the intentional, an essential part of Korean grammar. You will learn how to talk about your plans and intentions in Korean. This lesson is full of essential Korean vocabulary and indispensable Korean grammar, so we hope you intend to stop by KoreanClass101 and pick up the Lesson Notes PDF! Leave us a comment while you are there!