Learn Korean with Me!
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KiyoshiTaro: Korean Lessons: Lesson 2: More Basics →
kiyoshitaro: Week 2, of my Korean Lessons, for you! A little delayed due to my work schedule & just being too tired to type in Korean & make sure I understood the lesson plan myself, before posting it for my followers/students :) We continue with the basics this week. Any questions your welcome to…
KiyoshiTaro: Korean Lessons: Lesson 1: The Basics →
kiyoshitaro: Welcome to the course! Here we start our course plan at lesson #1 - The Basics. On average a lesson per week is the pace you should pace yourself. Taking your time to learn the lesson & review its learning daily, until the next week. However some will learn faster, some slower. It’s at…
Changmin (DBSK) - Confession [고백] DBSK - How Can I [믿기 싫은 이야기] DBSK - She DBSK - Before U Go [이것만은 알고 가]
keikenparty: Geseki - Son of bitch Toejora - Go to Hell Hop`ung - Bull Shit Shibal nom - Fuck you Seki - Bastard Dang sin eun jook eul got ee dah - You will die Dol dae ga ri - Stone head (stupid person) Ap’un mee chin nyun - Silly bitch Shikoro - Shut Up! Mi chin nom - Crazy Guy Mee chin nyun - Bitch Pabajay - Loser Hu le ja sik - Mother fucker Jo nyun eun nuh kub ni kka?...
korean way: weekdays
jennaknowsnothing: 일요일 sunday il-yo-il 월요일 monday wuhl-yo-il 화요일 tuesday hwa-yo-il 수요일 wednesday su-yo-i 목요일 thursday mohk-yo-il 금요일 friday guem-yo-il 토요일 saturday toh-yo-il *TIP: for faster memorization remove 요일 and just practice 일 월 화 수 목 금 토
한국어!: Resources #1 →
I’m really sorry guys, about the lack of activity on this blog. I’m in the middle of getting creamed by midterms. BUT, they’re almost over and I’m back…-ish. And kinda stuck on what to teach you guys next. Cause learning the alphabet is all well and good, but actually having conversations in…
Korean: Level 1 Lesson 7
In this lesson you’ll learn how to say “this”, “that”, & “it” in Korean. Vocabulary 이 [i] - this 그 [geu] - the, that 저 [jeo] - that (over there) Note Since 이, 그, and 저 in Korean can only work as modifiers, when you want to say ‘this’ ‘that’ or ‘it’ as pronouns, you have to add the word 거 [geo] or 것 [geot] after these words. 거 [geo] = 것 [geot] =...
Korean: Level 1 Lesson 6
Topic: What is this? / This is _____. Vocabulary 이거 뭐예요? [i-geo mwo-ye-yo?] = What is this? 이거 [i-geo] = this, this one Review 책 [chaek] + 이에요 [i-e-yo] = 책이에요. [chaek-i-e-yo] It’s a book. 저 [jeo] + 예요 [ye-yo] = 저예요. [jeo-ye-yo] It’s me. Note 1 이에요 and 예요 have a similar role to the English verb “to be” Review 2 Final consonant + 이에요 No final consonant (Only vowel) + 예요 ...
Korean: Level 1 Lesson 5
Topic: It’s Me & What is it? Vocabulary 이에요 (i-e-yo) 예요 (ye-yo) 뭐? [mwo] = What? 뭐예요? [mwo-ye-yo?] = What is it? What’s that? English Sentence Structure ABC + [be] + DEF (DEF is a noun & be is a verb) Example A ABC is DEF I am ABC You are XYZ Korean Sentence Structure ABC + DEF + [be] (DEF is a noun) Note: An easier way to memorize the Korean sentence structure is...
Korean: Level 1 Lesson 4
My note: So I’ve posted posted lessons 1-3 so far. Right now, I want to post up to lesson 9 where you will be introduced topic/subject markers. (Because I need help with that. LOL!) You can always go back and read through the posts and remember to visit Talk to me in Korean as well as download the PDF & mp3 files provided by the website. All credits go to them. I just post some of them...
Korean: Level 1 Lesson 3
Topic: Good-Bye, See you Vocabulary 안녕히 계세요. [an-nyeong-hi gye-se-yo] = Good-Bye (If you’re leaving and the other person is staying) 안녕히 가세요. [an-nyeong-hi ga-se-yo] = Good-Bye (If you’re staying and the other person is leaving.) Review 안녕하세요. [an-nyeong-ha-se-yo] = Hello 안녕 [an-nyeong] = well-being, peace, health 하세요 [ha-se-yo] = you do, do you?, please do Literal Meaning ...
Korean: Level 1 Lesson 2
Topic: Yes, No, What? Vocabulary 네 (Ne) = Yes 아니요 (Ahniyo) = No Note 네 means “yes” but in Korean, it’s not like saying “yes” in English. 네 in Korean expresses your agreement while 아니요 expresses disagreement. 아니요 = That’s not right. / I don’t agree. / What you said is not correct. 네 = That’s right. / I agree. / That’s correct Example 1 ...
Korean: Level 1 Lesson 1
So I’m trying to self-learn Korean. I think I might post lesson summaries on here just for future references & reviews. Credits will be at the end of the post. I suggest memorizing the Korean alphabet first since I’ll be posting the hanguel more than romanized Korean because it’s easier for me. Vocabulary 안녕하세요 (Annyeonghasseyo) = Hello 감사합니다 (Kamsahamnida) = Thank You Note 1 (안녕하세요) ...