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Here are some basic Korean words and phrases:
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Aileen.Cortes wrote:Frederick.Dizon wrote:Aileen.Cortes wrote:Oh men (swiper sound) ghost stories.. :nerd_face: :nerd_face:
The swiper sound. Haha. Swiper no swiping.
I don't watch horror movies cause it takes weeks for me to get it out of my head. IKR
It'll be fun to watch horror movies with you then. :D
I like Japanese as well because of anime. No other reasons. Haha
PANDIWA (Verb) - Ito ay bahagi ng pananalita na nagsasaad ng kilos o galaw.
Uri ng Pandiwa: (Types of Verb)
* Tagaganap - Answering the question "who" or "sino?" in tagalog (mag- , um- , mang- , ma- , maka- , makapag- , maki- , magpa-)
*Layon - Answering the question "what" or "ano?" in tagalog. Ang paksa ang layon ng pandiwa sa pangungusap. Known as "Direct object" in English.
*Ganapan - Answering the question "where" or "saan?" in tagalog.
*Tagatanggap - Answering the question "to whom" or "para kanino?" in tagalog.
*Gamit - Answering the question "with the use of" or "sa pamamagitan ng ano?" in tagalog
*Sanhi - Answering the question "why" or "bakit?" in tagalog.
*Direksiyon - Answering the question "to where/to whom" or "tungo saan/kanino?" in tagalog.
There are the terms, but it is easier to give an example or learn how to use it.
What are your challenges?
I actually never had a long distance relationship so I cannot really share any experience with this matter. However, I still believe that you have to always communicate regardless if the other person is on the other side of the world or just near you.
This is an off-topic about how you should communicate to build and keep your relationship.
We have to remember that to keep your relationship with your partner, you always have to communicate. Regardless if you are mad, just cool down for few minutes then talk.
Nowadays,people in a relationship or married are forgetting about this. That is why a lot of relationships ended.
There will always be a misunderstanding in a relationship. And there are times that you cannot agree to ones decision; but you should talk it out.
Do not let a day passed without talking and discussing about it. Don't yell at each other. Don't say hurtful words and be mindful of how you speak.
Annyeonghaseyo! 안녕하세요 (Hello)
Due to the popularity of Korea, many people right now are very interested in learning the Korean Language or Hangul. I am guilty though, but I actually started being interested in Korean Language when I was in College. My Korean Teacher(SeonSaengNim) is Lee San Dok.
He is very patient and teaches us how to read and write Hangul even when is struggling to teach Korean using English language.
If you are addicted to KDrama or Kpop you would know how excited I am to learn Korean.
I even follow Korean Celebrities and groups in Instagram just to be updated.
Let me share with you the basic and popular words in Korea.
Oppa ( 오빠 ) - Used in Korean culture by a female to a male, who is older than her by the boundary of 10 years. Females use this title for their older brother, older male friend, or even in a flirtatious way.
If you are a fan of BTS, Super Junior, EXO and other KPOP male group you call them OPPA!
Unni (언니) - A Korean term that means older/big sister that females call a female relative or a older girl they admire or respect. It is sometimes used as a honorific or to replace a person's name.
Kamsahamnida ( 감사합니다 )- Polite way to say "thank you" in korean language.
I frequently hear this in every Korean Drama I watched. And I love to say it!
Bangapsumnida ( 반갑습니다 ) - Nice to meet you! So when you meet a Korean friend, tell him/her that.
Gaja (가자) - Means, let's go! So when you want to treat your friend in a nice restaurant you say, Gaja!
Those are few basic and popular words, I will be happy to share more sometime.
I am still in the process of learning the Language as well.
I hope you can share yours.
I am trying my best to learn Korean. I love their Series/Dramas and their songs are intriguing, and I think their culture is amazing. When I was in highschool I actually like Japanese due to my interest in Anime, but I am having a hard time to learn the 'syllabary' (katakana, hiragana and kanji). So, I shifted to Korean, as it is much easier.
You may be struggling to learn English right now or which ever language you are trying to ace.
There is no shortcut in learning a language other than your native one, but you have to remember that if you want to learn other language you have to practice. The best way to practice, is to pronounce the words. Speak it out!
By speaking, you got to exercise your jaw and tongue on how to pronounce the words; thus, making you comfortable to say it everyday. Try to talk to a native speaker if there is someone available. If no one is available to converse with, try to watch the videos on how they pronounce the words.
Track your learning status, and be amazed with the results.