I received a message about a person who is learning Korean, but doesn’t have anyone to practice with. So, please comment below if you would learn to speak to each other in Korean, or help each other in Korean.
If you would like to reach me, you can find me through:
If anyone knows who to make a group chat anywhere (the facebook page is public so I don’t know if I can group chat), please let me know. It doesn’t just have to be facebook.
:) thank you guys!
And some of you add me on Kakaotalk but then don’t talk to me so I get a little confused and think, “Who is this?” because I use it as a personal account too. So please let me know. :)
저는 요리를 배우고 싶어요.
(jeo-neun yo-li-reul bae-u-go-ship-eo-yo.)
I want to learn how to cook.
저 (jeo) - [#1] - I, me (polite)
는 (neun) - [#1] subject particle
요리 (yo ri) - cooking, cookery
을 (eul) - [#1] - object particle
배우다 (bae-u-da) - to learn
고 싶다 (go-ship-da) - to hope to, to want to
요 (yo) - [#2] - particle after verb to finish sentence in semi-polite tone
I’ll do it tomorrow.
내일 (nae-il) - tomorrow
하다 (ha-da) - [#1] to do
게 (ge) - [#5] - will do
요 (yo) [#1] particle after verb to make semi-polite question
Hello everyone! I know I’ve been away for a while and I hate it also.
So here are some ways to contact me:
Facebook: Actual LTK Page
:) Thanks for being patient everybody. Hope you have a great day.
꾸준함이 성공의 열쇠입니다.
(ggu-jun-ham-i seong-gong-ui yeol-swi-ib-ni-da.)
Persistence is the key to success.
꾸준함 (ggu-jun-ham) -persistence
이 (ee) - [#1] subject particle
성공 (seong-gong) - success
의 (ui) - [#1] - particle after noun to make possessive, ‘of’
열쇠 (yeol-swi) - key, clue
이다 (i da) - [#1] - to be (+ adjective or noun to describe something
니다 (ni da) - polite ending
자유 의지는 단지 환상인가요?
(ja-yu ui-ji-neun dan-ji hwan-sang-in-ga-yo?)
Is free will only an illusion?
자유 (ja yu) -freedom
의지 (ui ji) - [#1] will
는 (neun) - [#3] - particle after a verb to modify a noun, present tense
단지 (dan ji) - only, just
환상 (hwan sang) - illusion, fantasy
이다 (i da) - [#1] to be (+ adjective or noun to describe something)
요 (yo) - [#2] particle after verb to finish sentence in semi-polite tone)