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Learn Korean - Upper Beginner Level, Unit 1: Adjective Usage (형용사 사용법) https://youtu.be/vB8xwvsIUj4

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시끄럽다 (To be loud): 시끄럽다 is a ᄇ irregular verb. The item, place, or person that is loud is marked with a topic or subject particle.

조용하다 (To be quiet): 조용하다 is a 하다 verb. The item, place, or person that is quiet is marked with a topic or subject particle.

길다 (To be long), 짧다 (To be short) The item that is long or short is marked with the subject particle 이/가 or topic particle 은/는. 짧다 ends with a ᄇ but it is not ᄇ irregular verb. 짧다 is not for height.

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Learn Korean - Upper Beginner Level, Unit 2: Action Verbs Usage (동사 사용법) https://youtu.be/Ux7wblF5dW0

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하다 (to do): The thing you are doing is marked with the object particle 을/를.

좋아하다 (to like), 싫어하다 (to dislike): The person, thing, place that you like or dislike is marked with the object particle 을/를.

공부하다 (to study): The thing being studied is marked with 을/를 object particle. The place where you study is marked with the event/activity location particle 에서.

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Learn Korean - Upper Beginner Level, Unit 1.1: Adjective Usage (형용사 사용법) https://youtu.be/TDG8Iu-PB5Y

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다르다 (To be different), 같다 (To be the same): 다르다 and 같다 are used to compare one or more items. The item being compared is marked with any of the three “AND” conjunctive words such as 와/과, 하고, 랑/이랑.

필요하다 (To need), 필요없다 (To not need): The thing that is needed or not needed is marked with a topic or subject particle.

나쁘다 (To be bad): The item, place, or person that is bad is marked with a topic or subject particle.

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[Everyday Korean SLANG!]
HOW TO SAY "It’s been a while., You’re still alive?, See ya!, Later!" IN KOREAN LANGUAGE.

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[Everyday Korean SLANG!] - a good meal 맛있는 음식
HOW TO SAY Delicious!, It melts in my mouth., It’s sweet and spicy., It warms up my body (hot soup) in KOREAN.

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[Everyday Korean SLANG!]
HOW TO SAY "Let's eat! I'm full. I'm going to burst. I'm going to throw up!" IN KOREAN

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