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저랑 아는 사이인가요?
(jeo-rang ah-neun sa-ee-in-ga-yo?)
Do I know you?

(jeo) - I, me (formal) [#1]

  1. I, me (formal)
  2. that
  3. low

(rang) - with (+somebody) [#2]

  1. and (after word or phrase)
  2. with (+ somebody)

알[다] (al[da]) - to know

 (neun) - particle to make adjective [#5]

  1. subject particle
  2. particle to add emphasis
  3. particle after a verb to modify a noun, present tense
  4. verb ending for present tense
  5. particle to make adjective

사이 (sa-i) - relations, relationship [#1]

  1. relations, relationship
  2. while
  3. gap, space (between)

이다 (i-da) - to be [#1]

  1. to be (+ adjective or noun to describe something)
  2. particle in verb to add meaning of passivity

(ga) - if it is (something) or not [#6]

  1. subject particle
  2. edge, rim
  3. person, man
  4. family
  5. particle after word to add emphasis
  6. if it is (something) or not
  7. particle after verb to add meaning of ‘while or when
  8. district
  9. price
  10. fake

 (yo) - particle after verb to make semi-polite question [#1]

  1. particle after verb to make semi-polite question
  2. particle after verb to finish sentence in semi-polite tone

제가 엄청난 실수를 했어요.
(je-ha eom-cheong-nan shil-su-leul haess-eo-yo.)
I made a terrible mistake.

제가 (je-ga) - I (formal)

엄청난 [엄청나다] (eom-cheong-nan[eom-cheong-nan-da]) -tremendous, extravagant

실수 (shil-su) - mistake

(leul) - object particle [#1]

  1. object particle
  2. particle in verb to add meaning of ‘perhaps’
  3. particle after a verb or an adjective to modify a noun, future tense

하다 (ha-da) - to do

  1. to do
  2. to be (+ adjective or noun to describe something)
  3. to have to, must
  4. after verb to tell how another person feels
  5. to say (short version)

 (yo) - #2

  1. particle after verb to make semi-polite question
  2. particle after verb to finish sentence in semi-polite tone

easykorean:

Happy Black Day (Singles Day)!

There are three unofficial “love” holidays on the 14th of the last three months:
2/14 – Valentine’s Day – guys receive gifts
3/14 – White Day – girls receive gifts (Japan and Korea)
4/14 – Black Day – single people buy black-bean noodles to celebrate/cry about their single hood (Korea-only)

블랙데이 beullaek-dei – Black Day
짜장면 jjajang-myeon – Korean-style (Chinese) black bean noodles

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lunajunegood whispered : Just popping in to say thank you for the worksheets! I've finished them all and they have been great to practice the grammar. It's hard to find decent worksheets and these have been perfect for me ^^ Quick note- worksheet 5 - you forgot to change the answer for question 4 to past tense 'the snowman was behind the car'... something I would like to see in the worksheets is translating English to Korean ~ that would be cool. Cheers, keep up the awesome work!

:) thank you so much for your feedback! I will most definitely take these ideas into consideration! ♥ have a wonderful day!

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#005: Directions - To/From (Who?)

Also, if anyone has any ideas on how I can improve my worksheets, please tell me :)

제 시간을 낭비하고 있어요.
(je si-gan-eul nang-bi-ha-go iss-eo-yo.)
You are wasting my time. 

(je) - [#4] - my (polite)

  1. the
  2. sibling
  3. ceremony
  4. my (polite)
  5. medicine (hanja)
  6. to make (hanja)

시간 (si-gan) - [#1] time

  1. time
  2. hour

을 (eul) - [#1] object particle

  1. object particle
  2. particle in verb to add meaning of ‘perhaps’
  3. particle after a verb or an adjective to modify a noun, future tense

낭비[하다] (nang-bi[ha-da]) - to waste

고 있 [고 있다] (go iss-eo[go-iss-da]) - ending form to make sentence present progressive

어요 (eo-yo) - formal ending 

In this post, I will be covering directions + when you’re speaking to/from someone; whom is it directed towards.

옆 [에] (yeop[eh]) - Besides

앞 [에] (ap [eh]) - in front of

 [에] (dwi[eh]) - behind

위 [에] (ui[eh]) - on

아래 [에] (a-rae[eh]) - under

 (eh) means to/at/in, basically determines location. But 에서 (e-seo) can also be used. To learn about 에서, please click this link.

Example:

  1. 고양이가 책상 옆에 있어요.
    (go-yang-ee-ga chaeg-sang yeop-eh iss-eo-yo.)
    There is a cat beside the desk.

고양이 (go-yang-ee) - cat

(ga) - subject marker

책상 (chaeg-sang) - desk

옆에 (yeop-eh) - besides

있다 (iss-da) - to exist

어요 (eo-yo) - polite ending 

[Lit. Cat desk besides exists]

NOTE: you can change the direction in this sentence to any other one besides 옆에, the format is the same.

한테 (han-te) means to (person); it’s used for indicating the receiver of an action.

Example: 
누구한테 책을 주었어요?
(nu-gu han-te chaeg-eul ju-eoss-eo-yo?)
To whom did you give the book to
[Lit. Who to book gave?]

누구 (nu-gu) - who

한테 (han-te) - to

(chaeg) - book

(eul) - topic marker that’s used to show the direct object of a transitive verb.

주[다] (ju[da]) - to give

(eoss) - past tense

어요 (eo-yo) - polite ending

한테서 (han-te-seo) means from (who?); used for indicating a source or a starting point of an action.

Example:
어머니한테서 들었습니다. 
(eo-meo-na han-te-seo deul-eoss-seub-ni-da)
I heard it from my mother.
[Lit. Mother from heard]

어머니 (eo-mo-ni) - mother

한테서 (han-te-seo) - from (person)

들[다] (deul[da]) - to heard

 (eoss) - past tense

습니다 (seub-ni-da) - formal ending

Both 한테 and 한테서 are markers and are attached to the noun/subject of the sentence. 

전 후회하지 않습니다
(jeon hu-hui-ha-ji an-seub-ni-da)
I have no regrets.

(jeon) - + = (Me/I (formal) + subject particle) [#6]

  1. entire, whole
  2. pancake
  3. money
  4. front, prior to, before
  5. war, battle
  6. 저+는 = 전
  7. electric

후회 (hu-hui) - regret (noun)

하다 (ha-da) - to do [#1]

  1. to do
  2. to be (+ adjective or noun to describe something)
  3. to have to, must
  4. after verb to tell how another person feels
  5. to say (short version)

(ji) - particle before negative word or question [#1]

  1. particle before negative word or question
  2. particle to finish sentence, casual tone
  3. right? (confirming)
  4. paper
  5. land, area
  6. since, from the time that
  7. particle to connect a question phrase
  8. ntelligence

아니다 [] (a-ni-da/an) - no, not, wrong

(seub) - particle to add politeness 

니다 (ni-da) - particle after verb to complete sentence, polite/formal tone)