Blog Posts - Korean Grammar



Korean Honorifics

As you guys study about Korean language, you might come across to many different verb ending for example 해, 해요, 하세요, 합니다, 하십니다 and more, each represent different level of speech use to indicated the level of formality of a s...
by Korean Sarangheyo on Jul 25, 2010

Lesson 05 - How About A Cup Of Coffee?

Coffee is actually part of Korean culture nowadays. Most of the Koreans love coffee and you can find coffee vending machines all over cities and street. Culturally Korean always offer to treat each other a cup of coffee and it will be rude if you are...
by Korean Sarangheyo on Jul 23, 2010

Korean Past Tense - 았다 and 었다

In our daily conversation we talk about past, present and future. The past tense in Korean language is not as hard in English with many irregular, and the rule of stating the past tense is actually quite simply. Putting verb or adjective in past tens...
by Korean Sarangheyo on Jul 22, 2010

Difference Between Subject Marker(가,이) and Topic Marker(는,은)

If you follow my lesson from start you should already learn topic marker and object marker. You are going to learn one more particle use in Korean language and often confusing for foreigner to understand: Subject Marker. Pretty much like the object...
by Korean Sarangheyo on Jul 19, 2010

Native Korean and Sino-Korean Numerals System

1,2,3,4,5,6,7,8,9,10 and so on ~ The numeral system play an important role in learning a language. We talk about time, price, how many, date, age, etc. So now I'm going to introduce you guys the Korean numeral system. There are two numeral system tha...
by Korean Sarangheyo on Jul 14, 2010

Pronoun(저,나,너,당신) & Topic Marker(는,은)

From my previous post Hello To Koreans, I have taught you how to introduce yourself. Now I'm going to explain the grammar part in this post. As I mention in my previous post, Koreans emphasize a lot on respecting and politeness in their culture, so t...
by Korean Sarangheyo on Jul 7, 2010

Object Marker(를,을) and Difference of (에서,에)

In this grammar lesson I'm going to teach you all the Object Marker (를,을) and the Difference between 에서 and 에, both really not that hard to understand. I will try my best to explain both ^^ Similar with subject marker which is place after...
by Korean Sarangheyo on Jul 7, 2010

Pronoun(저,나,너,당신) & Subject Particle (는,은)

From my previous post Hello To Koreans, I have taught you how to introduce yourself. Now I'm going to explain the grammar part in this post. As I mention in my previous post, Koreans emphasize a lot on respecting and politeness in their culture, so t...
by Korean Sarangheyo on Jul 7, 2010

Object Particle(를,을) and Difference of (에서,에)

In this grammar lesson I'm going to teach you all the Object particle (를,을) and the difference between 에서 and 에, both really not that hard to understand. I will try my best to explain both ^^ Similar with subject particle which is place af...
by Korean Sarangheyo on Jul 7, 2010

How Korean Sentence Make Sense ?

Of all the alphabets form words, and from words form sentences. Therefore to really understand what a Korean is really talking about,  grammar and sentence structure is very important. To tell you all the truth I don't really care a crap about...
by Korean Sarangheyo on Jul 4, 2010


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