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Advanced Audio Blog S7 #25 - Gyeongsangdo Korean: Phrases from the Movie “Friends”

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Learn Korean with KoreanClass101.com! Recently, you found out that your best friend in Korea has been going behind your back and saying you were more like her enemy to your other Korean friends. Specifically, she has spread the secrets that you told her in confidence about a humiliating story about your Korean family's past. It's unbearable to think that your many Korean acquaintances now know that one of your relatives has spent decades in a Korean prison. In this lesson, you'll learn the famous Gyeongsangdo dialect expressions from the Korean movie Friends. We'll tell you about the film's success in Korean, and you'll also learn how to use some famous Korean lines from this movie. Visit us at KoreanClass101.com, where you will find Korean lesson notes (remember—this Advanced Audio Blog lesson is spoken entirely in Korean!) and many more fantastic lessons and learning resources! Leave us a message while you are there!  

Advanced Audio Blog S7 #24 - Gyeongsangdo Korean: Special Verbs, Part 4: Conditions

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Learn Korean with KoreanClass101.com! Shopping at Korean food markets is one of your favorite activities in Korea. You love to browse the various aisles of Korean delicacies for hours on end. Somehow, though, when you're heading home, you always realize you have bought too much Korean food, and it will go bad before you can eat it all! In this lesson, you'll learn the special words we use in Gyeongsangdo Korean to express the condition of someone or something. We'll tell you how there are two meanings when you say that something or someone isn't good in Gyeongsangdo Korean, and you'll also find out how to say that there is too much of something. Visit us at KoreanClass101.com, where you will find Korean lesson notes (remember—this Advanced Audio Blog lesson is spoken entirely in Korean!) and many more fantastic lessons and learning resources! Leave us a message while you are there!
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Advanced Audio Blog S7 #23 - Gyeongsangdo Korean: Special Verbs, Part 3: Feelings

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Learn Korean with KoreanClass101.com! Last evening you went out with your Korean friends, but you had a horrible night and came home early. First, you ate a Korean dinner that tasted terrible. Then, while your friends imbibed countless alcoholic drinks and acted ridiculously at a Korean pop music club, your stomach hurt too much to dance or drink. What a lousy night in Korea! In this lesson, you'll learn the special verbs that we use to express certain feelings in Gyeongsangdo Korean. We'll tell you how a certain verb meaning "to go bad" can have two very different meanings in the Gyeongsangdo dialect, and we'll tell you how to say that someone got what was coming to him in Gyeongsangdo Korean. Visit us at KoreanClass101.com, where you will find Korean lesson notes (remember—this Advanced Audio Blog lesson is spoken entirely in Korean!) and many more fantastic lessons and learning resources! Leave us a message while you are there!  

Advanced Audio Blog S7 #22 - Gyeongsangdo Korean: Special Verbs, Part 2: Tastes

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Learn Korean with KoreanClass101.com! You love the taste of lemon in Korean tea, but you find its sour taste overwhelming in other Korean dishes. You must have sensitive taste buds for a Korean man, because your other Korean family members love lemon and put it in all their food. One of your Korean cousins even likes to eat lemon by itself. It makes you shudder just thinking of it! In this lesson, you'll learn the special nouns that we use to express taste in Gyeongsangdo Korean. We'll tell you how to refer to foods that taste both bitter and sweet, and we'll tell you how Gyeongsangdo Korean puts emphasis on the sound of words. Visit us at KoreanClass101.com, where you will find Korean lesson notes (remember—this Advanced Audio Blog lesson is spoken entirely in Korean!) and many more fantastic lessons and learning resources! Leave us a message while you are there!

Advanced Audio Blog S7 #21 - Gyeongsangdo Korean: Special Verbs, Part 1: Cold and Hot

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Learn Korean with KoreanClass101.com! When you're ill and decide to stay home from your job in Korea, nothing makes you feel better than a hot cup of Korean tea. Even when you come down with a cold in the middle of Korea's hottest weather, a cup of tea soothes you. But hot tea tastes best of all on a snowy, cold day in Korea, when you can stay huddled under blankets. In this lesson, you'll learn the special nouns that we use for "hot" and "cold" in Gyeongsangdo Korean. We'll tell you how to you can describe the degree of hotness or coldness in Gyeongsangdo Korean, and we'll explain why the Gyeongsangdo dialect often allows speakers to be more visual in their expressions than standard Korean. Visit us at KoreanClass101.com, where you will find Korean lesson notes (remember—this Advanced Audio Blog lesson is spoken entirely in Korean!) and many more fantastic lessons and learning resources! Leave us a message while you are there!