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Billy Go’s Beginner Korean Course | #46: Making Negative Sentences

In this lesson you'll learn about how to make negative sentences.

Also, this video has my current favorite explanation of when and how to use 안 before verbs to make them into negative verbs.

And remember that this series goes in order, so if this is your first time seeing this series please start from the first episode so you don't miss anything - the episodes all build upon each other. If there's anything you don't understand, it was explained in a previous episode of this series.

2 thoughts on “Billy Go’s Beginner Korean Course | #46: Making Negative Sentences

  • David Jack Givens

    I have almost all of your books and will be getting the remaining ones that I don’t have next month. I have two questions:

    (A) I really like your grammar books (1, 2, 3). You will continue to add more (4, 5, 6, 7,......) volumes, won’t you? I wish that you had some sort of update list that would automatically send a message to all interested persons whenever you publish a new Korean-related book.

    (B) Of course I always listen carefully to all of your short explanation updates such as the one that you sent me today (Lesson 45-making negative sentences). Recently you sent me one talking about 10 less well known online sites for learning Korean. I looked at all of them (I’m an intermediate level Korean learner) and they all seem to have something to offer either now or in the future. But, there was one site that I couldn’t find. Maybe I copied the incorrectly. Is “miskikikoreantutor” correct or not? Please send me the correct spelling so that I can access this site! I love to study Korean grammar.

    Thanks for your help.

    Sincerely yours,

    David Jack Givens

    • Billy

      Hi David,

      I have no plans currently or in the future for a 4th book in the series, but I won't say "never." By the end of the 3rd book, with enough practice, it's plenty of grammar and vocabulary to have basic conversations and to move on to any other resources. The idea is I don't want people to be dependent on my resources forever, so once they're able to learn the basics they'll be able to go and study themselves using whatever they'd like. I will of course be making new books (I have others already), just that I have no plans currently for a 4th book in the "Korean Made Simple" series.

      The channel you're referring to is here:
      The name of the channel recently changed to "Korean tutors Kiki & Gogo한국어 튜터 키키 & 고고" but it has all of the same content that I showed in that video.

      Good luck in your studies~!


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