KDA QnA: How to use ~주세요 with verbs (and what it means)

Hey, and welcome back! We got an excellent question from Aaron, who was wondering if 주세요, which is typically used to ask someone to give you something (i.e. 맥주 한병 주세요), can be used with verbs.  And if so, how do we do it, and what exactly does it mean. A great question to be…

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Korean Q&A: “The one close to my heart”…

Hey! In today’s video we talk about something that as a Canadian, I love!!  I love it ’cause it’s something that Canadians get mocked a bit for saying, and it works exactly the same in Korean.  I’ll let the video explain more… Find this video helpful?  Let me know! Got something you’d like help with,…

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How to Easily Conjugate Korean Verbs (thanks to the pattern behind it)

If you really want to learn Korean to a point where you are conversational and can actually form your own sentences and questions from understanding, not just memory, then one skill you absolutely HAVE TO learn is how to conjugate verbs. Thanks to the pattern I’m about to show you, conjugating verbs in Korean is…

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How to say “I need” something in Korean

Hi, and welcome to another video the Korean “How to” video series. In this video we look at how to say “I need” something. We do so specifically because it uses different markers (or attachments) than what you might think based off of what we have learned so far.

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How to say “like this” and “like that” in Korean (Super useful)

Hi, and welcome to another video the Korean “How to” video series. In this video we learn how to say “like that”, which at first glance may not seem all that useful, UNTIL you learn it. ‘Cause once you do, you will not only hear it all the time, but if you’re using your Korean…

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Descriptive Verbs vs. Action Verbs

In this video, we take a look at the two main types of verbs in Korean, what I call ‘Descriptive’ verbs and true ‘Action’ verbs. This concept is one MAJOR difference between English and Korean, and will be very useful moving forward. If you find this video helpful, or if you have any questions related…

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“The Key” Supplemental Video #17 (WB p.30)

Hi, and welcome to the seventeenth and FINAL “supplemental” video in the “The Key to Korean Fluency” Video Series. In this video, we see how to say “in front of”, and we also look at another example to help further the idea of 에 and 에서, and the difference between them, that we talked about…

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“The Key” Supplemental Video #16 (WB p.30)

Hi, and welcome to the sixteenth “supplemental” video in the “The Key to Korean Fluency” Video Series, and the second one for chapter #6 (이-verbs). In this video, we talk about ‘possessive pronouns’ (i.e. my, your, his, her, etc) and how they are used a little differently, or more specifically less often, than we use…

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“The Key” Supplemental Video #15 (WB p.30)

Hi, and welcome to the fifteenth “supplemental” video in the “The Key to Korean Fluency” Video Series, and the first one for chapter #6 (이-verbs). In this very short video, we talk about how to say “It is delicious” or “It tastes good” in Korean.

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“The Key” Supplemental Video #14 (WB p.29)

Hi, and welcome to the fourteenth “supplemental” video in the “The Key to Korean Fluency” Video Series, and the third and final one for chapter #5 (어 and 으-verbs). In this video, we look at how to say “wear” or “put on” in Korean.  I also go on a bit of a rant about one…

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