Learn Korean Ep. 91: Changing Action Verbs to Adjectives (Part 1 of 2)

Keykat got me some chocolates as a gift! How nice of her! I can't wait to try them. But something's a bit fishy about this whole thing....

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  • Zoe K Reply

    Thank you so so much. This is really helpful. I was just wondering if you could post a video or a PDF of the sentence structure. I've been finding it quite confusing. 감사합니다!!!

    • Billy
      Billy Reply

      I made a video about Korean sentence structure that you can find in this same series ("Learn Korean"). There's a link through this web site too. Thanks!

  • Tim Barrett Reply

    This was exactly what I needed. This is hard to get. With the short sentences they say in English: The car that I am driving is fast. In Korean: I driving car is fast. I was wondering why they didn't say in English: I am driving a car that is fast. That way it would be easier to transcribe in direct word order and not so mind boggling. How ever I can see that in longer sentences my solution would not work and the grammar point is needed and so important and...grrhh%$#^ fun to practice :-). Thanks for your help....my teacher says its not just me who finds this difficult to wrap my head around...looking forward to part 2!

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