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Short Korean Sentences (EKG09)






 
 






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Content of the Video:
1. Can you make a few sentences in Korean?
2. How can I say "I'm not an American" in Korean?
3. How do I say "What are you doing?" in Korean?
X. Do Koreans speak JDM toward their parents?

Summary:
Now we try making sentences in Korean for the first time. You can start a Korean sentence with either a subject or an object and finish it with a verb. (Remember, the word order in Korean is subject-object-verb, SOV.) We use the three verbs from the previous grammar video, EKG08, to make simple sentences like "It's Monday" and "I'm not an American."


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