May 20, 2014


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 them in English.

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