March 24, 2018


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 sure, and the answer is absolutely yes it can.

In this video we will learn exactly how it combines with verbs, and what it means exactly when we do that…

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Hope you found that helpful.  Just a few final notes…

(1) For members of KDA (free and otherwise), you can download the practice worksheet with answer key at the link just below (please just make sure you’re logged in, otherwise it will not show).  If you have not yet created your free membership but would like to, please head here and click the big blue button that says “Create Your Membership”, and you can do that.  Then come back to (or just refresh) this page to download the worksheet.


(2) In the video, we referenced a “verb program” that shows you exactly how to create the “changed” (or “conjugated”) form of a verb.  If you would like to check that out (and I highly recommend you do if you haven’t yet), you can do so here…

(3) If you have any questions you would like to ask, please do so!

(4) If you found this video helpful, we’d love to hear about it.  If you feel up to it, please leave a comment below letting us know.

Thanks, and happy learning!


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