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Is ~려고 하면 and ~려면 synonym?

I have seen two grammatical structure to mean ‘if you attempt to do ~’. However, I’m not sure if these two grammars mean the exact same thing, or have slightly...

Asked on 11/29/2021

2 answer

How do you write “conquer” in Korean?

I want to get a tattoo in Korean that means “conquer”. Conquer as in overcoming a weakness or conquering your fears. Please let me know. Thank you for your help!...

Asked on 11/17/2021

1 answer

How do you say 'unity in variety' in Korean?

Is there a exact translation for this term?...

Asked on 11/10/2021 by Xoxo

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How was your experience learning to type in Hangeul on the keyboard?

What was it like for you to learn how to type in Korean on a keyboard? I'm two semesters so far in my Korean classes. One of my...

Asked on 08/24/2021 by Alexander Kirk

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Image Provided - Why is 는 used in only one if the following answers but both are correct?

In the pictures shown I am learning korean using the app lingodeer and its been great and I understand why things are done alot of the time, but here :...

Asked on 08/24/2021

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I want to translate the title of a Korean children's reader into English

The title is 떼쓰지말고 말하렴. I searched several dictionaries fruitlessly to find a verb spelled 떼쓰다....

Asked on 08/24/2021

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Is it possible to use the honorific 으시 in the plain form?

I'm aware the plain form or 해라체 is an impersonal form, so it would be rarely correct to use honorifics in plain form. However, I've found some instances in some...

Asked on 08/24/2021

1 answer

Does 'Gee' (as in the 소녀시대 song) have any Korean meaning?

Simple question about an old song. Does 'Gee' in the 소녀시대 song of the same name have any meaning in Korean? If not, is it a non-lexical vocable or just...

Asked on 08/24/2021 by topo Reinstate Monica

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Is there any equivalent proverb for "Slow and steady wins the race"?

From the famous story of the race between Hare and Tortoise we learn many things one of which is the moral.Slow and steady wins the raceAre there any equivalent proverbs/sayings...

Asked on 08/24/2021 by bravokeyl

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How is 시 pronounced?

Is '시' pronounced as 'shi' or 'si'? With 'ㅅ,' I thought it depended on the following character as I've seen it written as 'sh' or 's'For example, 시간 (time)...

Asked on 08/24/2021

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