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Guys! Here is a very very simple tip!

1. In Korean, it's still understandable even if the grammar is broken. (It's just the same like Japanese grammar) 

2.It's still acceptable even if there is no subject in a sentence.

3.In every Korean verbs', adjs' nouns' and advs', there are always regular rules, so despite you only know one root word, you can easily change the word's form. 

(Bonus! Every Korean verb ends with "da".)
Meog da - eat
Gada - Go
Jada - Sleep

(Every Korean adj ends with "Neun" or "eun".)
Agi - Baby

Meog neun agi - eating baby                                  
Ga neun agi - Going baby
Ja neun agi - Sleeping baby
Yebbeun - Pretty baby

(Every Korean adv ends with "ge".)
Dali da - run

Bba reu "ge" Dali da - run fast
Neu ri "ge" Dali da - run slow
Yebbeu "ge" Dali da - run pretty


Guys! keep this in mind! 
Korean is neither hard nor easy.
It depends on your effort! 

Whatever haha! Look, who's talking! -,.-
I am not even good at English! 

-------------------- Review -----------------------------

Ji geum mwo meogeo!? (Ji geum - Now, Mwo - What, meogeo - "eat" as a conversational form) 
It means "What are you eating now!?".  
There is no subject but still okie!

Ji geum meogeo mwo!? - what r ya eatin now!?
mwo ji guem meogeo? - what r ya eatin now!?
mwo meogeo jigeum? - what r ya eatin now!?

They are just the same!
You can break the grammar but still understandable.

Nway! until now, it was my very very simple tip for ya guys!
If you want to know more or have any question, just e-mail here!

thank you guys~ wahahaha!!!! :))

으윽.. 역시.. 영어는 아직 어려워요 ㅠ ㅠ 
ㅋㅋㅋㅋㅋ 뭐! 그래도 다 이해했겠죠!? 헤헤헤~!

Nov 1, 2008 1:23 AM
Comments · 9

GOOD i'm glad i don't have to keep saying "na neun" over and over...! :D;;

January 7, 2009
thnx  a lot it was very herpful
I realy hope if you give us more lessons teatcher
December 25, 2008

감사합니다~ ^^

December 11, 2008

It's really nice and helpful thanks alot.
I hop you give us more information.

December 4, 2008

Thanks ... it was really helpful .

December 4, 2008
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