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Negative Commands (~지 말다) | Live Class Abridged

DON'T miss this lesson on using negative commands.

Okay that was cheesy. This is an abridged version of the full live stream, and it only takes 8 minutes.

Learn how to use the ending ~지 말다, plus a whole bunch of its common conjugations like 마, 마요, 마세요, 마십시오, 말아 주세요, 말아 줘요, 말아요, 말라, 말자, 맙시다, 말라고, and more.

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  • David Jack Givens

    Thank God you're back!!!! I seriously thought that you had died. Don't die yet-all of your devoted followers are in desperate need of your expertise. LOL! It seems like it's been at least a year since I received any of your Korean grammar email posts.

    I have subscribed to your Korean grammar emails for the longest time and found them to be very interesting and entertaining. No matter how basic the grammar patterns were that you talked about (I consider myself to be somewhere in the intermediate range for Korean knowledge and ability), I always seemed to learn something new because you explain things in a unique way that most grammar textbooks do not or cannot.

    Unfortunately for me, my Apple Ipad just died. So, I can't type in Korean or write Chinese characters. But, fortunately for me, the Samsung smartphone that I'm using now can read Korean and Chinese characters. So, all is not lost. As soon as I can scrounge up enough money to buy another Ipad, I'll be back in business.
    In the Philippines where I'm living (retired) now, Apple Ipads are around at least $1,500.00-$2,500.00.


    Mark my words-As soon as I can get another Ipad, I have every intention of sending you countless emails with grammar patterns that I hope you will consider explaining in some of your online lectures at sometime in the future.

    Finally, I hope that you and your family are safe and well.

    Sincerely yours,

    David Jack Givens

    PS: I really do wish that, at some future time, you would change your mind and reconsider your reluctance about writing new and more advanced versions of of "Korean Made Simple" textbooks. When I sent you an email a long long time ago requesting that you continue the "Korean Made Simple " textbooks series, you indicated that you didn't have the intention or desire to do that.
    Maybe I'll stop pestering you after you publish "Korean Made Simple" volume 100. HEHEHEHEHE


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