Common connective Korean adverbs: 그래서, 그러나, 그럼, 그런데, 그래도 Common connective Korean adverbs: 그래서, 그러나, 그럼, 그런데, 그래도 Reviewed by Korean Topik on 4/13/2021 Rating: 5
Korean ㅎ, ㅡ, ㄹ, 르-irregular verbs and adjectives (Part 2) Korean ㅎ, ㅡ, ㄹ, 르-irregular verbs and adjectives (Part 2) Reviewed by Korean Topik on 4/12/2021 Rating: 5
Korean ㄷ, ㅂ, ㅅ-irregular verbs and adjectives (Part 1) Korean ㄷ, ㅂ, ㅅ-irregular verbs and adjectives (Part 1) Reviewed by Korean Topik on 4/05/2021 Rating: 5
Indirect Quotations in Korean 대요, 래요, 재요, 냬요 = said, asked, told (casual form) Indirect Quotations in Korean 대요, 래요, 재요, 냬요 = said, asked, told (casual form) Reviewed by Korean Topik on 4/01/2021 Rating: 5
Indirect quotation in Korean 라고 하다 = told ~citing of what someone requested Indirect quotation in Korean 라고 하다 = told ~citing of what someone requested Reviewed by Korean Topik on 3/30/2021 Rating: 5
Indirect quotation in Korean 자도 하다 = suggested ~citing of what someone suggested Indirect quotation in Korean 자도 하다 = suggested ~citing of what someone suggested Reviewed by Korean Topik on 3/30/2021 Rating: 5
Indirect quotation in Korean 냐고 하다 = asked ~citing of what someone asked Indirect quotation in Korean 냐고 하다 = asked ~citing of what someone asked Reviewed by Korean Topik on 3/30/2021 Rating: 5
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