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The meaning of the sentence "그 사람이 영어 할 줄 알았어요." can change depending on the intonation and the context. Hyunwoo explains how this happens by giving your various intonation examples. Free audio lesson on -줄 알다: https://talktomeinkorean.com/lessons/l6l27 Browse through our store and get your best Korean study material!: http://bit.ly/store-podcast…
 
We’ve picked 30 of the most commonly used intermediate-level Korean verbs for you to learn and use! 0:17 이기다 to win 0:41 지다 to lose 0:51 결혼하다 to marry 1:08 버리다 to throw away 1:25 잡다 to hold, to catch 1:43 잡히다 to be caught 2:00 이용하다 to use, to take advantage of 2:20 확인하다 to check, to verify 2:40 떠나다 to leave 2:58 돌아오다 to come back 3:16 가져오다 to bring…
 
Here are some essential Korean phrases you can use in restaurants. 0:18 몇 분이세요? How many? 0:27 두 명이요. / 세 명이요. / 네 명이요. Two people. / Three people. / Four people. 0:47 한 명 더 올 거예요. One more person will come, too. 1:02 예약하셨어요? Did you make a reservation? 1:14 지금 만석이라 기다리셔야 돼요. There are no seats, so you should wait. 1:59 얼마나 기다려야 돼요? How long should…
 
Learn essential parenting phrases in Korean related to eating! You can learn even more from our e-book: http://bit.ly/30adaPd 0:25 아침 먹자. Let’s have breakfast 0:28 아침 먹을 시간이야. It’s time to eat breakfast. 0:49 천천히 먹어. Eat slowly. 1:40 맛있어? Does it taste good? / Do you like it? 1:59 맛있게 먹어. Enjoy your food. 2:45 조금만 더 먹자. Let’s eat just a little bit …
 
You can learn to sound more like a native Korean speaker through the 25 detailed lessons in this video course. Take the course: http://bit.ly/2UCeCWI (30% OFF now!) Upon completion of this course, you will be able to: - Form sounds in Korean the same way as native speakers - Pronounce words properly just by reading the written form - Improve your p…
 
Many learners make the mistake of saying 걱정해요 when they want to say "I am worried." but in fact, they should say 걱정돼요 using the verb "되다". In this video lesson, Hyunwoo explains the difference between 걱정하다 and 걱정되다. Browse through our store and get your best Korean study material!: http://bit.ly/store-podcast…
 
Check out our e-book, Fan Letter Recipes, for hundreds more expressions and sentences!: http://bit.ly/2Zjbdj1 We asked you to leave messages for your favorite Korean artists and said we’d translate 10 messages into natural Korean. We picked 10 winners and their messages, plus commonly used phrases, too! 3:16 BTS 4:03 EXO 4:51 IU 5:37 Oh My Girl 6:1…
 
We answer a lot of questions every day on Twitter! ( http://twitter.com/ttmik ) Quite often, we get questions about two Korean words that are similar in meaning and our answer is often that one is more formal than the other. Here's how to find out which one sounds more formal! Naver dictionary: https://endic.naver.com/?sLn=en For more Korean study …
 
What are some techniques and methods you use to better remember what you’ve learned? Hyunwoo and Cassie discuss this in today’s Q&A video. To learn more Korean vocabulary, type “vocabulary” in the search bar on our website and you will see all the books, courses, and lessons you need! For more Korean study materials: http://bit.ly/store-podcast…
 
0:22 how to say “live chat” 1:33 difference between 해변 and 해수욕장 2:04 how to say “Thank you for everything.” 2:19 what -니까 means 3:36 what 하필 means 4:51 differences between 귀엽다, 귀여운, and 귀여워 5:21 how to use 가지고 5:49 difference between 창피하다 and 쪽팔리다 6:30 what -스럽다 means
 
Learn 30 essential Korean adjectives through commonly used collocation examples. You can also add the free 30-part video course to your learning center on our website where you can practice saying the words! Take the video course for free: https://talktomeinkorean.com/products/detail/102 List of Words 1. 큰 big 2. 작은 small 3. 먼 far 4. 가까운 close 5. 쉬…
 
This video course is for upper-beginner and intermediate learners who want to improve their Korean listening comprehension skills while listening to interesting conversations. After taking this 30-part course, you will not only be able to learn a lot of very useful Korean phrases, but also gain new perspectives about various cultural aspects of Kor…
 
TTMIK Winter Sale 2018 ★ $45 off the “All TTMIK Books” package (including Level 6) ★10% off all of our paper books ★ 50% off all of our video & audio courses and e-books IYAGI: 20 Intermediate Korean Expressions https://talktomeinkorean.com/products/detail/100 Take this audio course to learn 20 fun idiomatic Korean expressions through more than 200…
 
In this video lesson, Hyunwoo explains the difference between 화나다 and 화내다, as well as the basic difference between other similar sets of expressions like the following: 시간이 나다 vs. 시간을 내다 짜증 나다 vs. 짜증 내다 혼나다 vs. 혼내다 힘이 나다 vs. 힘을 내다
 
Have you learned Spanish before? Jooyeon and Kyung-hwa tried learning some for the second time, but this time with Spanish spoken in Spain! Follow Lara https://www.youtube.com/user/LeNniTaH1 https://www.instagram.com/laraleahyoung/ Spanish language challenge video with Christian (from Mexico) https://youtu.be/R4uNvYwS1P4 Korean Fluency Made Fun htt…
 
These are 20 of the most essential Korean phrases that are used by Korean speakers on a daily basis. You can see all of these phrases written out for you in text format by visiting this page: https://talktomeinkorean.com/pages/20essentialphrases Or add this free course to your Learning Center and practice further: https://talktomeinkorean.com/produ…
 
Hyunwoo flew out to meet Korean learners at the National University of Singapore last week. We were invited by the Korean embassy in Singapore to give a talk on the topic of Korean culture and learning Korean. One of the questions he got during the Q&A sessions was about how to motivate yourself to continue learning. Hyunwoo shares his answer throu…
 
Even if you are an absolute beginner in the Korean language, if you speak English, you already know a lot of Korean words automatically. You just have to understand how these words are pronounced in Korean! Korean Fluency Made Fun http://talktomeinkorean.com Store: http://talktomeinkorean.com/store Curriculum: http://talktomeinkorean.com/curriculum…
 
Do you know how to say “new” in Korean? If you only know 새 (which has the same spelling and pronunciation as the word for “bird”), there are actually two more that you need to know about: 새로운 and 새로. Here are the examples used in this video: 새 집 a new house 새로 지은 집 a newly built house 오래된 집 an old house 오래된 컴퓨터 an old computer 새 컴퓨터 a new computer …
 
This video course is based on the book Easy Korean Reading For Beginners and in the lessons included in the course, we break down every single line and explain all the little details for you. Here’s a sample of one of the 30 lessons in the video course. Add this course to your TTMIK Learning Center: https://talktomeinkorean.com/products/detail/96 T…
 
At TTMIK we teach the Korean language as it is spoken in South Korea, but the language spoken in North Korea is not entirely different. There are, however, still some differences you can immediately notice between the two styles of the Korean language, so we decided to give the North Korean language a try with our friend Joseph Park from North Kore…
 
Get your Audio & Video course: http://talktomeinkorean.com/store With the launch of our redesigned website, we now have what we call Audio Courses and Video Courses. We’ve reorganized and regrouped our existing lessons together in a more systematic way and also added a lot of new contents. To use the audio and video courses, go to the Curriculum pa…
 
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