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Bruce, The Korean: Auxiliary verbs I (~어/아 보다, ~ 어/아 오다, ~ 어/아 가다)

An auxiliary verb combines with a main verb to express tense, aspect, mood and/or voice. For instance, English auxiliary verbs include “can”, “have”, “may”, “shall”, and “will”, since they combine with a main verb, as in “I can speak Korean.” This unit first discusses some general structural characteristics of Korean auxiliary verbs. Then, it introduces how the following three verbs, 보다(see), 오다(come), and 가다(go), can serve as auxiliary verbs. Korean auxiliary verbs Korean auxiliary verbs…

New post for today! Telling time in Korean. Check the link for more explanations and examples! #DomAndHyo #KoreanLanguage #Korea

So while trying to think of a new post for the blog, we realized we have never done a post on telling time in Korean. We did do a post on time words here awhile back so this will help with that post as well. For time in Korean, there are two sets of numbers ... Read more

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If you text a lot with Korean friends or play online games in Korea, these should help you out. Very convenient and easy to use.

If you text a lot with Korean friends or play online games in Korea, these should help you out. Very convenient and easy to use/remember. Korean internet slang is easy to remember and learn. Whether you’re chatting or texting, you can sound like a pro with these. You can easily convey character and personality with these. ... Read more