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Solar System Korean Vocabulary

I loved space and the solar system as a kid (and still do) so this was fun to make.

Tenses and conjugation are a big part of any language. Today I decided to go back to the basics and write this post on the Korean present tense. #LearnKorean #Korean #한국어

Korean Language Bank: The Present Tense

The Korean present tense is one of the first major Korean grammar topics a Korean language learner has to tackle. Let's look at how it works.

However, sometimes we use to be in a different way. One of the ways we use “to be” is another way to say “to exist”; we use it to say where we are or the presence of something somewhere. In this case you have to use a completely different set of verbs in Korean. Those verbs are 있다, which is the affirmative verb, and 없다, the negative verb.   #LearnKorean #Korean #한국어

Korean Language Bank: Word Negation

In Korean, certain times you have to use specific words to negate something. There are three cases of word negation: 아니다, 없다 and 모르다.

Making requests to others to do something for you is an important skill to learn. The Korean grammar pattern -아/어 주세요/주시겠어요 lets you do just that. #LearnKorean #Korean #한국어

Request and Assisting: -아/어 주세요/주시겠어요 - Morning Lands

Making requests to others to do something for you is an important skill to learn. The Korean grammar pattern -아/어 주세요/주시겠어요 lets you do just that.

Trying new things is what makes living worthwhile. So talking about new experiences and asking about it is important. One way to express it: -어/아 보다. #LearnKorean #Korean #한국어

Experience and Trying Things Out: -어/아 보다 - Morning Lands

Trying new things is what makes living worthwhile. So talking about new experiences and asking about it is important. One way to express it: -어/아 보다.

Korean indirect quotation can be a bit long for everyday speech, so the clever Koreans came up with contracted indirect quotation forms. Double the fun! #LearnKorean #Korean #한국어

Korean Language Bank: Contracted Indirect Quotation

The regular indirect quotation forms are pretty long so there are also contracted indirect quotation forms. These forms are used often in conversations.

Korean indirect quotation can be a bit long for everyday speech, so the clever Koreans came up with contracted indirect quotation forms. Double the fun! #LearnKorean #Korean #한국어

Korean Language Bank: Contracted Indirect Quotation

The regular indirect quotation forms are pretty long so there are also contracted indirect quotation forms. These forms are used often in conversations.