Idk what to title this but I just wanted to post a short list of different verbs that are paired with nouns differently than in English. For example: in english we ‘take a nap’ but in korean you ‘sleep a nap’
Frequency words for verbs Vocab 보통 usually 자주 often 계속 continuously
These are useful words to know! They come up a lot in conversation, nowadays. 백신 Vaccine This is the vaccine itself, the medication that you put into your body. 접종 백신접종 Vaccination This refers to the act of getting vaccinated. An example sentence can be seen in the news article shared by 리리! It’s also where IContinue reading “백신 vs 백신접종 vs 예방접종 [vaccination]”
Appreciate my image pls 저는 미국 수화 과외쌤이서 이 단어들 배웠어요 I’m a tutor primarily (I tutor ASL specifically), and while at work I decided to write ASL Tutor on the board in both English and Korean. But I had to learn the Korean word and turns out there’s a lot of options:
I adore Wuthering Heights. It isn’t a feel good book by any means, but its cathartic and engrossing as long as you aren’t one of those people who have to love and support a novel’s characters, because you definitely don’t love or even like these characters. But you read to see the horrific sequence ofContinue reading “Wuthering Heights Vocab Pull (Korean/한국어)”
I’m reading a book called Korean History in Maps (it’s really cool, it shows the different dynasties and the change in geography, as well as giving you the basis of wars, politics, and religion in each one) The author compiled this list of monarchs who ruled in the Goguryeo period (Goryeo later came about fromContinue reading “Korean Goguryeo Dynasty Monarchs + Vocab”
The current Korean word for king is 왕, and this is the word that has been used most frequently throughout the dynasties. However, during the Silla Dynasty, the words used for ‘king’ changed over time. In the book Korean History in Maps, the author compiles a list of the monarchs who ruled in each time period.Continue reading “Words Used for Monarchs in the Korean Silla Dynasty”
It was hurricane season when I started this but then I forgot about the post so I’m only just now finishing it 허리케인 Hurricane
I have awful pollen allergies and I’m confined to my house because of it. I literally wake up sneezing. I was talking to my 한국인 친구 about it and I thought I’d give y’all some vocab!
So I was talking to my Korean friend, and she excitedly informed me that she had recently learned ‘smh’ and asked if it was used often in English, because the Korean equivalent is used a lot. Evidently they have a similar slang phrase, ‘ㅉㅉ’.