How to make Korean PAST TENSE sentences (For beginners)

How to make Korean PAST TENSE sentences (For beginners)



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24 Replies to “How to make Korean PAST TENSE sentences (For beginners)”

  1. Omg! You're really good teacher i am haapy after seen this video . You explane really good and esayest way😁 thank you so much 😊

  2. These songs are sooooo helpful & catchy!! I love the echo part for us to participate! I could hear her sing it & read it while singing along during the echo!

    It's so cool how yall videos get more & more creative! Thank you all so MUCH! 😍♥️

  3. I have my 500 first Korean words book with me and followed along. I had to watch it twice to really grasp the knowledge. THANK YOU SO MUCH 😊

  4. As a fellow teacher(art), I can only imagine the meetings to come up with the little story videos and songs. Must be a really fun atmosphere in the office. 😊

  5. Hi, i am learner here. I came across a confusion while learning can someone help me out!?
    5:48 even though 갔어요 has an 아 in the verb stem end why do we add esseoyo istead of asseoyo?

  6. For "I went to school," how is the ending determined? Like which vowel would I look at to determine it is 았어요?

    Also, how come it is 갔어요 and not 았어요? Would it still be correct to use 았어요?

    Thank you for the great video! I am just a bit confused on some parts 🙂

  7. It's interesting because 'cook' is a verb in english, so this instruction about hesayo attaching to nouns to make them verbs is confusing and should best be ignored. It seems like it's an attempt to explain it as the opposite of an English 'gerund' which turns verbs into nouns. But it seems to be a little more tricky and language-specific than that.

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