This is basic Korean grammar series for beginner level Korean language learners. These grammar lessons are useful for people preparing for TOPIK I. In this lesson you will learn how to make sentences using Future Tense Korean Verb Ending -겠어요/(으)ㄹ 거예요 (Shall/Will).
In this grammar lesson, we will learn 아요/어요 & ㅂ니다/습니다 Present Tense Korean Verb Ending.
In this grammar lesson, we will learn Korean verb ending – 있다/없다 (To Exist/Have).
In this grammar lesson, we will learn Korean verb ending – 입니다/예요/이에요 (To be – Is/Am/Are).
In this lesson you will learn how to use Korean Particles 의 (‘S), 도 (Also).
In this lesson, we will learn the correct usage of Korean particles 에게-에게서 and 한테-한테서. 에게 and 한테 mean “To” while 에게서 and 한테서 mean ‘From’. Watch the video below to understand these particles.
In this lesson, we will learn the use of Korean Particles 부터-까지 & 에서-까지. Both these particles mean “From-To/Till” but they are used in different contexts. Watch the video below to understand the difference between 부터-까지 and 에서-까지.
In this lesson we will learn Korean object particles 을 & 를. As the name suggests they are attached with the object in a sentence. When the object has a Patchim (final consonant), we add 을 to it, otherwise we use 를. Also Learn – Korean Subject and Topic Particles 은/는 & 이/가
In this lesson, we will learn how to use Locative Particles 에 and 에서. Many Korean language learners are confused between 에 and 에서 and many mistakes. In the video lesson below, we have explained the difference between these two.
In this lesson, we will learn how to use Korean object particles 을 and 를.