Today I wrote a very short text in Korean about a part of my unhealthy eating habits that I really ought to change. This writing exercises explains that I do not like to eat a lot of vegetables and absolutely hate uncooked vegetables. Further I mention that I do not like a lot of fruits and do not often eat them; even the vegetables that I like.
Learning how to conjugate verbs is a must when learning a language. Some languages will put a heavy emphasis on verb tenses such as English, while others will be more easier to get used to. Korean is a language that takes it easy. Let us explore the basic Korean verb tenses beginning with the present tense.
We already covered counting once, but we mentioned then that there is a second system of counting: the Sino-Korean numbers. Those who learned the native Korean numbers will surely notice that these Sino-Korean numbers are a who lot easier to remember.
Last time I spend some time on the Korean names for fruits and vegetables found in Belgium. Today we are going to go a step further and explore verbs and adjectives that we can use when doing the groceries. In this post I am particularly interested about asking for help and expressing your thoughts about products in Korean.
If you have a smartphone, you can do almost anything anywhere. Some consider this a curse, others a blessing. I am one of the latter. As someone who is learning a language, I use my smartphone as a tool to help me thanks to some great apps. One of the apps I use is Memrise.
Learning a language is not only about learning words and grammar, but also getting in touch with a lot of culture. You do not need to enjoy all aspects of culture, but who does not love to discover new types of food to make? Here are 9 favorite Korean dishes I can actually make.