In this lesson, we are going to learn about pronouns, especially, "I and You," then "He, She and They," and how their forms are changed depending on the degree of politeness. For the video recording of this lesson, please see below. Actually they sound very endearing in some songs for some reason. It's used between people who share a similar position or status in society, and have just met and are not sure how to address the other person. Have you had lunch?
Unit 2: Lessons 42 – 50
How to Say "What Are You doing?" in Korean (easy ways)
Hello Junkies! Knowing ways to say I Agree in Korean is a must for beginners. So take this Korean lesson…. I recommend them as a teacher and a learner. This is the first and most basic phrase.
Useful Korean phrases
While it is a taboo to ask someone especially women their age in Western countries, one of the first things that native Koreans will ask you when you meet is your age. This is not due to lack of politeness—in fact, it is quite the opposite. Most of you learning Korean know that there are varied levels of politeness when conversing in Korean—and this is exactly why people will ask you your age—they want to know so that they can address you accordingly.
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