Hello to you all who come to this blog to learn Korean!
This is Luke again for another short update.
In light of the poll that I've recently put up, it seems that there are still many people (up to 40% of the people who took the poll so far) who have just started learning Korean or have only gotten to know the Korean alphabet.
Therefore, it seemed appropriate that I should spend more time working on posts which would help those who have just started or are not very familiar with the Korean grammar yet.
I am, by God's grace, improving the content or quality of many of my previous posts. I may still put up new posts but I will primarily work on the posts in the past.
Although I cannot guarantee that the posts will be updated and improved everyday or very frequently, I hope to improve the whole content and quality of all the posts this year nonetheless. This is kind of my new year's resolutions but we know the failure rate, right? Nevertheless, I think it's good to have a go and plan to do it. It only gets better if we actually do them.
- Korean Alphabet
- Sentence Order
- Particles - 는, 가
- Particles - 도, 를, 에
- Pronouns- This, It, That
- Nouns - Present, Past
- Nouns - Nominalizing Verbs
- Nouns - Numbers and Counting
- Adjectives - Present, Past
- Adjectives - Polite [Present, Past]
- Adjectives - Descriptive
- Adjectives - Connective
- Verbs - Present, Past
- Verbs - Polite [Present, Past]
- Verbs - Future [Will]
- Verbs - Continuous
- Verbs - Connective
- Verbs - Can
- Verbs - Have
have been updated and improved.
If you have any comments, questions, feedback, or suggestions, please leave them below.