“The Key” Supplemental Video #13 (WB p.29, video #2)

Hi, and welcome to the thirteenth “supplemental” video in the “The Key to Korean Fluency” Video Series, and the second one for chapter #5 (어 and 으-verbs). In this video, we look at how to make ADVERBS in Korean by adding ~게 to the end of any descriptive verb.  It is worth noting as well…

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“The Key” Supplemental Video #12 (WB p.29, video #1)

Hi, and welcome to the twelfth “supplemental” video in the “The Key to Korean Fluency” Video Series, and the first one for chapter #5 (어 and 으-verbs). In this video, we look at another example of the “classic Korean-style” sentence that we saw a few videos earlier using ‘descriptive’ verbs.

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“The Key” Supplemental Video #11 (WB p.27)

Hi, and welcome to the eleventh “supplemental” video in the “The Key to Korean Fluency” Video Series, and the first and only one for chapter #4 (우-verbs). In this video, talk about the attachment, ~에게, meaning “at” or “to” someone.

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“The Key” Supplemental Video #26 (WB p.10, video #1)

Hi, and welcome to the tenth “supplemental” video in the “The Key to Korean Fluency” Video Series, and the fourth and final one for chapter #3 (아-verbs). In this video, we talk about the difference between 에 and 에서 when talking about locations.

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“The Key” Supplemental Video #9 (WB p.26, video #3)

Hi, and welcome to the ninth “supplemental” video in the “The Key to Korean Fluency” Video Series, and the third one for chapter #3 (아-verbs). In this video, we just talk a little bit about using the word “this” as a subject, and how it is very commonly used (without a subject attachment).

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“The Key” Supplemental Video #8 (WB p.25, video #2)

Hi, and welcome to the seventh “supplemental” video in the “The Key to Korean Fluency” Video Series, and the second one for chapter #3 (아-verbs). In this video, we learn yet ANOTHER use for the attachment, ~에.  This time it is serving a ‘location’ attachment.

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“The Key” Supplemental Video #7 (WB p.25, video #1)

Hi, and welcome to the seventh “supplemental” video in the “The Key to Korean Fluency” Video Series, and the first one for chapter #3 (아-verbs). This video teaches a very classic style of Korean sentence when using ‘descriptive’ verbs to describe things.

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“The Key” Supplemental Video #6 (WB p.24, video #5)

Hi, and welcome to the sixth “supplemental” video in the “The Key to Korean Fluency” Video Series, and the final one for chapter #2 (오-verbs). This video goes over how to say “at” a specific time, i.e. “I get up AT 9 o’clock”, using an attachment we’ve already seen: ~에 (one more reason why this…

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How to say “Have fun” in Korean

Hi, and welcome to another video the Korean “How to” video series. This video covers how to say “Have fun” in Korean.

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Korean Subject Markers: The difference between 이/가 and 은/는 (INTRO)

Hi, and welcome to another video the Korean “How to” video series. This video talks about Korean subject markers, and dives into the difference between 이/가 and 은/는 (one of the MOST common questions asked by Korean learners).

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