또, 도 and 더 sound very similar. Are they the same? If not, what’s the difference?
또 is an adverb. It’s usually placed on its own before a verb or an adjective. It has the meaning of “again”.
또 만나요. = See you again.
오늘 또 늦었어. = I’m…
7 ways of saying “You’re welcome” in Korean *Formal → Informal
It’s the easiest to find in dictionaries or textbooks. It is a bit awkward to use in conversations.
When should you use it? Written.
Meaning: Don’t mention it.
It sounds more formal and respectful.
University = 대학교
Graduate school = 대학원
Campus = 캠퍼스
Department = 학과
Credit = 학점
Major = 전공
Minor = 부전공
Required courses in major = 전공필수과목 (전필)
Electives in major = 전공선택과목 (전선)
Required cultural studies/ liberal arts courses = 필수교양 / 핵심교양
Optional cultural studies/ liberal arts…
What is the difference between 안 and 않?
The pronunciation of 안 and 않 is basically the same since the last ㅎ in 않 is silent. Also, they are both used to express negation. So, what is their difference? Are they the same?
To differentiate 안 and 않, we only…
Do you know how to say ‘It’s delicious’ or ‘It tastes good’ in Korean?
One that most people are familiar with would be:
맛있다 / 맛있어 (casual)
맛있어요 / 맛있습니다 (formal)
Actually, we can add some words in front of 맛있어요 to emphasize.
Words that are suitable in both causal…
Possessive Particle 의
The Korean possessive particle 의 is used to indicate possession and connection of the noun. It is similar to the English “‘s” or “of”.
Pronunciation: If we pronounce 의 on its own, it will sound like [으이]. …
What is 5W1H？
5W1H is the abbreviation for the following six questions: Who? What? When? Where? Why? How?
Who/Whose? = 누구 / 누가 (누구 + 가)
누구세요? = Who are you?
누구를 만났어요? = Who did you meet?
The particle 의 can be attached after 누구. It will…