그는 항상 연애운이 없었어요.
(geu-neun hang-sang yeon-ae-un-ee eobs-eoss-eo-yo.)
He’s always been unlucky in love.
그 (geu) - he, him, his [#1]
는 (neun) - subject particle[#1]
항상 (hang-sang) - always
연애 (yeon-ae) - dating, having a relationship
운 (un/woon) - luck
이 (ee) - subject particle [#1]
없다 (eobs-da) - to not exist
었 (eoss) - past tense ending
요 (yo) - particle after verb to finish sentence in semi-polite tone [#2]
Of course, I will be making more grammar notes, I just am not sure how to set them up right now.
곧 나아지길 바래요!
(got na-ah-ji-gil ba-lae-yo!)
Get well soon!
곧 (got) - soon, straightforwardly
낫다 (nat-da) - to recover, to heal (from illness) [#2]
지다 (ji-da) - to become, to get (comes with adjective or comes with verb to add passive meaning) [#1]
길 (gil) - short form of ‘기를’ [#2]
바라다 (ba-la-da) -to wish, to hope, to want
요 (yo) - particle after verb to make semi-polite question [#1]
for my flashcards, i have a word/phrase on the front and the back would have the korean version of it. if you don’t know how to read korean, you could do the same thing! the romanization on one side and the actual korean letter on the other side. It’s just normal, typical flashcards. I don’t think there’s any effective way, just keep practicing :)