I will probably somehow make this into a Weekly Lesson because there are a lot of different sentences you can make with this word. For now, I will just leave it as the last Word of the Day of 2018!! How exciting is that?! The next time I post a WOTD it will be for 2019!
- derived from 가다 (ga-da)
- meaning “to go”
- 너도 갈래? (neodo gallae?) | “Do you want to go?”
- 집에 갈래. (jib-e gallae.) | “I’m going home.” or “I will go home.”
- 노래방 갈래? (nolaebang gallae?) | “Do you want to go to karaoke?”
So I debated on whether to end the year with a new Artist of the Week or to wait and then begin the year with one. I have decided to end the year with an artist I was just introduced to today… Minty!
She debuted in February of this year and is signed to Major7 Company. I personally think she has a very unique sound and vocals.
If you haven’t heard of her before, check out the sample playlist below!
You guys! This is the last Weekly Lesson of 2018!!! How exciting is that?! The next time I post a Weekly Lesson it’ll be 2019!!
Haha! So to end the year off, I found another video.
Since a lot of people have been coming down with different illnesses during these winter months, I decided to find something that will help you describe how you’re feeling. So if you’re not feeling well, (나/너 아파요.) here are some ways to describe how you’re feeling.
This post is coming really late! However, it is here! I’ve been on vacation from work so I’ve been scrambling around a bit. To make up for my absence, I found this video that I really liked. And honestly, I really like this channel a lot.
I won’t do too much talking because this video gives examples and breakdowns very slowly and in a way that it’s easy to follow along with extra practice at the end. The extra practice starts at about 2:53. So the actual video is about a 2 minutes long.
- -하지 마세요 | “Don’t be…”
- attached to the end of the sentence
- can be attached to adjectives and adverbs