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The Korean Future Tense Part 4: The Future Presumptive

The Korean Future Tense Part 4: The Future Presumptive

In part four of our four-part Korean grammar series on describing the future in Korean, language teacher Bryce J. explains how to use the future-presumptive tense in Korean.  Before you learn about the future-presumptive tense, make sure you review the other future tenses in Korean: The Korean Future Tense Part 1: The Probable Future The Korean Future Tense Part 2: Definite Future The Korean Future Tense Part 3: Immediate Future The Future Presumptive Many people falsely assum … Read More

The Korean Future Tense Part 4: The Future Presumptive
In part four of our four-part Korean grammar series on describing the future in Korean, language teacher Bryce J. explains how to use the future-presumptive tense in Korean.  Before you learn about the future-presumptive tense, make sure you review the other future tenses in Korean: The Korean Future Tense Part 1: The Probable Future The Korean Future Tense Part 2: Definite Future The Korean Future Tense Part 3: Immediate Future The Future Presumptive Many people falsely assum
Build Your French Vocabulary: Numbers, Counting, and Math
Are your French vocabulary lessons not adding up? Perhaps this lesson in numbers, counting, and math from French tutor Carol Beth L. will multiply your comprehension... Numbers come up everywhere – and they are so numerous that it sometimes takes time to assimilate them automatically into everyday speech when you are learning another language. In her biography, Marie Curie's daughter stated that her mother, who was born Polish but lived most of her life in France, would count to herself in Po
Top 10 YouTube Channels for Learning Italian
You can learn to speak Italian without even picking up a pen. Watching videos is a great way to learn a language; you can hear a variety of voices, listen to correct pronunciation, and decide when and where you want to learn. In this article, Italian teacher Liz T. takes you through 10 of her favorite YouTube channels for learning Italian...   With the advent of the internet, learning a language today is easier than ever before. Advances in computer technology, social media platforms,
Spanish Vocabulary: Intro to Spanish Prepositions
It's tough learning a new language, but have no fear -- an easy lesson is here! Here, Spanish tutor Jason N. shows you how to use prepositions to connect words together and create simple sentences... A Look at Prepositions in Spanish Luckily, prepositions are pretty straightforward when it comes to learning to speak Spanish. Prepositions in Spanish are not too different from ones in English. Just like in English, prepositions connect words together and often focus on direction, place, or t
The Ultimate Guide to Major Japanese Dialects
If you live in the United States, you’ve probably noticed that someone from New Jersey doesn’t speak the same way as someone from California. This is because of dialects, or forms of language developed and used in specific regions. These dialects differ not only in accent but in vocabulary, grammatical structure, and slang (from “y’all” in the South to “hella” in Northern California). The same is true in Japan. A majority of Japanese students are familiar with the type of Japanese spo

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