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All language have rules for proper pronunciation, so it is no surprise there are Korean pronunciation rules. Here are a few other pronunciation rules. #LearnKorean #Korean #한국어
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Tenses and conjugation are a big part of any language. If you know the Korean present tense, this Korean past tense will be a breeze. #LearnKorean #Korean #한국어
The Korean past perfect tense is the least used Korean tense because of its limited use for which you could very well use the Korean past tense. #LearnKorean #Korean #한국어
Korean Slang Guide
To say "I hate you" in Korean, you say "neega shiro" (in Hangul: 네가 싫어 ), but to fully understand this word, you need to take a look at how it is used in context.