"If" and "When" (면, 때, 다면, etc.) | Live Class Abridged

Can you tell the difference between (으)면 and ㄹ때? Both of these forms can mean "if" but they're used different ways. I made a video summarizing how to say "if"...

How to Use 테니까 and 텐데 | Live Class Abridged

When I was first learning Korean, I couldn't tell the difference between 테니까 and 니까, or 텐데 and 데. I could understand it, and I knew which types of sentences...

How to Use ~는지 "Whether/if" (~지, ~는지) | Live Class Abridged

The grammar form ~지 has SO MANY uses, from the most beginning stages up to the advanced level. Depending on how it's used, it can mean anything from "how to"...

How to Say "Only" (만, 밖에, 뿐, etc.) | Live Class Abridged

How many ways can you think of in Korean to say "only?" Well, I thought of all of the most common ways and explained them in a long live stream...

Introduction to Causative Verbs (시키다, ~게 만들다, etc.) | Live Class Abridged

Introduction to Causative Verbs (시키다, ~게 만들다, etc.) | Live Class Abridged

Last time it was passive verbs. This time it's causative verbs. Both passive and causative verbs can be tricky - even for seasoned learners - but I've got you covered....