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Conjecture: -(으)ㄴ는(으)ㄹ 것 같다 Summary

English has its continuous tenses and Korean has its progressive tense to tell someone an action is currently under way such as learning Korean.

Healthy Rice Pudding #healthy #glutenfree #fitfluential

Healthy Rice Pudding - short grain brown rice, almond milk / milk of choice + 1 cup (divided) 1 tsp vanilla, ½ tsp cinnamon, tbsp organic cane sugar / coconut palm sugar. Combine all ingredients, but 1 cup of milk in a rice cooker & set timer t

Learn Korean: Conjunctions in Korean

Conjunctions in Korean~ Another grammar day, let’s learn some simple conjunctions in Korean to help you connect sentences together!~ *remember to try and sound out each particle before peeking at the.

Korean Language Lesson - Solar System Cheat Sheet

Korean Language Lesson - Solar System Cheat Sheet

Ingrediente: Pentru foi: 9 albusuri un praf de sare 9 lg zahar 18 lg nuci macinate esenta de vanilie Pentru crema: 9 galbenusuri 9 lg zahar 2 plicuri zahar vanilat

Ieri am mancat prajitura Alcazar la o prietena! azi am facut si eu!

How long will it take to know how to use the Korean grammar pattern -는 데 걸리다/들다? Well once you know you'll be able to answer in Korean! #LearnKorean #Korean #한국어

How long will it take to know how to use the Korean grammar pattern -는 데 걸리다/들다? Well once you know you'll be able to answer in Korean! #LearnKorean #Korean #한국어

중 is a very easy to understand time expression that you use to tell something is in progress of happening. It is somewhat like the progressive tense. #LearnKorean #Korean #한국어

중 is a very easy to understand time expression that you use to tell something is in progress of happening. It is somewhat like the progressive tense.

때문에 is another easy way to express a reason or cause in Korean. The reason or cayuse you express with this ought to be the clear reason or cause. #LearnKorean #Korean #한국어

때문에 is another easy way to express a reason or cause in Korean. The reason or cayuse you express with this ought to be the clear reason or cause.

When you are surprised upon learning something, you want to make that amazement known. In Korean, you can do that with the pattern: -군요/는군요. #LearnKorean #Korean #한국어

When you are surprised upon learning something, you want to make that amazement known. In Korean, you can do that with the pattern: -군요/는군요.

Imperatives are important in a language, telling people what they need to do. In Korean you can do this with -(으)세요 & -지 마세요. Let's see what's it about. #LearnKorean #Korean

Imperatives are important in a language, telling people what they need to do. In Korean you can do this with -(으)세요 & -지 마세요.