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hello! i don't know if this has been requested before, but could i request a lesson on using -요? i have trouble learning how to end a…

Sorry for the long wait!<p>As you may know (or not, doesn’t matter), using 요 means using the formal way of Korean.<p>South Korea, is known as 동방예의지국(: this is a saying from Chinese people refering to Korea. This means that we are a land of respect toward other people. In Korea we speak in a strictly formal manner toward older or higher authorities, and when we don’t abide to these rules and speak nonformally to them then it’s considered rude.<p>Basically, this is something you would have to memorize in …

What does the RA in Gajimara mean?I know that gajima/gajimara means "Don't go", but what does the "ra" mean? Why is it added? Also, is th…

Gajima is asking someone not to leave while gajimara is like commanding/ordering them not to leave.<p>-라 [Ra] is usually added at verb tails to indicate a command rather than a request, it does not change the meaning; however, it’s quite informal. It would come off as pretty rude if said to someone older than you, so just use it when around same-aged friends or younger people^^<p>No, it’s not only used for 가지마 [Gajima]. here! I’d list a bunch of examples; 가라[Go], 꺼져라[disappear], 울지마라 [don’t cry], …

How 21st Century Thinking Is Just Different

<b>How 21st Century Thinking Is Just Different</b><p>by <b>Terry Heick</b><p><b>This content is proudly sponsored by The Institute for the Habits of Mind, promoting the</b> …

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