Billy Go’s Beginner Korean Course | #15: I Want
New lesson! This time you'll learn how to say "I want" in Korean, using both verbs and nouns.
I'll be posting two new episodes of this course every week until it's complete, and so far I'm planning for 100 episodes.
2 thoughts on “Billy Go’s Beginner Korean Course | #15: I Want”
I'm confused, you said in an earlier lesson that verbs don't change form no matter who is doing, but now you say 고 싶다 can only be used for I/you. I don't understand why you said one lesson they don't change then next lesson said this changes...
Verbs change depending on many factors. But in the general form (present tense) of a verb simply "doing" something, 해요 can be anyone. But later you'll learn other things such as honorific speech, which will change when talking about other people. You'll see that some forms in Korean are not used with 3rd person, not just this form. All of it is explained in the later lessons of this series.