갈래 (gallae)| [Word of the Day]

안녕하세요!

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!

갈래 (gallae)|

  • derived from 가다 (ga-da)
  • meaning “to go”

i.e.,

  • 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?”

 

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Artist of the Week | Minty

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!

Weekly Lesson #52 | 나/너 아파요! And Other Illness in Korean (video)

안녕하세요!

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.

Weekly Lesson #52 | -하지 마세요 (“Don’t Be…” video)

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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.

The phrase:

  • -하지 마세요 | “Don’t be…”
    • attached to the end of the sentence
    • can be attached to adjectives and adverbs