Korean Language Guide

The following are the complete list of the lessons created so far in this Korean Language Guide.

Particles

Pronouns

Nouns

Adjectives

Verbs

Adverbs

Particles

Possessive



Conjunctions



Advanced Grammar

 

Special Expressions

 

Phrases

Other Lessons

20 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for this brilliant guide, reading several of the comments that you have had, it is obvious that you are helping a lot of people out.
    Even more impressive, is that it doesn't appear that you are even living in Korea, which is motivation for expats who are living in Korea to learn Korean.
    You are probably already aware of this, but I wanted to suggest adding a link to this website on your website. It has great Korean kids songs and short programs on it http://kr.infant.kids.yahoo.com/infantzone/infantmain.html

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    1. Hi OliviaB,

      You're welcome!

      I'm glad that you find the blog helpful!

      I have included the web address you gave me to the "Listening Exercise" section of the blog.

      By the way, it seems Yahoo! Korea is closing down at the end of this month, so I'm not sure whether the website will be still available next year. @.@

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  2. Hi teacher
    thank you for lessons. I loved those very much. chinja kumasmida! :)
    But I have a simple question. If I want to start from one lesson and go to next and next till end, which lesson is the best for lesson one?
    And where is the map of road?
    How can I find the next lesson?
    thank you
    P.S. I only have a yahoo Id where can I insert it? :D

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    1. Hi mina,

      it'd be good to follow this guide from the top to bottom.

      Starting with particles would be a good choice.

      P.S. I don't think you can add a yahoo ID to this.

      Cheers.

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  3. Thank you for this wonderful guide! It's really helpful for people like me who aspires to learn the language. I just found out this site yesterday which is good timing because I just finished memorizing hangeul. I'm currently at the additive particle and I am hoping I can finish this by December. Have a great day Luke!

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    1. Am not good in pronouncing. Could u please help or just suggest me some links

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  4. Wow! Thank you! I'm a missionary living in Seoul. Very helpful page! Leaning Korean is a challenge. Much appreciate the help. God bless you!

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  5. I am so glad i came across this website. I have been listening to K- Pop since i was a senior in high school which was about five years ago. I started watching K-Drama's for about 4 years now and i still only know so many words. Though i gave up K pop, I still watch K-Drama's on a weekly basis. I am a slow learner so i hope i can catch on like others have been able to. Thank you for the help. God Bless. =D

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  6. I want to say the chair is between the table and the umbrella. .의자가 테이블 우사 사이에 있어요 is that correct?

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  7. Hi sir thank you for this wonderful lessons :) the formal of "go" pronounces as "kamnida" ? And the informal is "kayo"?

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  8. Excellent resource. It's so unfortunate that you stopped updating the blog.

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  9. This website is so informative and help me a lot on my studies. I got 50 pages to print for me to read daily. Thank you so much.

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  10. 룩이 고맙습니다. 이것은 책을 좋아요.

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  11. thank you for this helpful and wonderful guide!

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  12. To this day I'm so grateful for people like you who'll spread knowledge out of good will. This guide is amazing, I've used it, recommended to my friends and everyone else like me who couldn't study the language formally. God bless you a lot.

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  13. Oh wow, I'm so happy I found this website. I've studied Japanese before and it's unbelievable how many more resources are available for that. I was afraid I'd never find anything as comprehensive for Korean. 😭

    Thank you so much for these awesome lessons!

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  14. PLease do not ever delete this blog, I just found out now and for the first time i think i found the one who explain things just like how my brain works lol THANK YOU!!!!! 감사합니다.

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  15. thank you so much for these detailed notes. it has been helping me a lot and I'm extremely grateful for the hardwork you put into making these. 감사합니다

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