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.
Recently I was working on creating an online basic Korean grammar course and for that I compiled a list of the most basic and most important Korean language particles, verb endings and connectors. On this page, I am giving you the list of the most basic beginner level Korean Verb Endings. Whether you are just… Continue Reading …