"To Want" and "To Have" (가지다, 원하다, 있다, ~고 싶다, 키우다) | Live Class Abridged

There are definitely more than a couple ways to say "to want" and "to have" in Korean. For example, "I want that" or "I have that." It's not as simple as learning one word for each. But it's also not that complicated either.

I explain the most commonly used (and most useful) ways to translate these words into Korean, and how you can sound fluent when you use them.

This live stream covers words such as 가지다, 원하다, 있다, the ~고 싶다 grammar form, 키우다, and others.

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