Daily Archives: October 9, 2014
Some other posts about color: Korean colors with sample sentences and review of parts of speech color coding parts of speech and website design Mindpasta Perfume Colors Conditional color shading in Excel Kermit the Frog is Green Advertisements
Artist Kelly Rae Roberts inspired me with her “Take What You Need” sign. These are a list of Korean nouns [명사] . Take what you need. 🙂
I saw [명사] and [동사] in the dictionary YET AGAIN and couldn’t remember which was which. So I made this picture to remind me. 명사 is the monkey. He is the noun. 동사 is the donkey. The donkey is doing … Continue reading
I am so very happy to see so many people showing their Hangul writing on Hangul Day. (sniff) I think I might break into tears. You are so brave and wonderful students! I am proud of all of you. To … Continue reading
After reading the article Today is a Holiday in Honor of the World’s Greatest Alphabet, the author tweeted this:
Talk To Me In Korean came out with Korean in Action. I read many paper books, but I have had trouble remembering to reading e-books. I bought “100 Top Phrases in Korean Movies” and the link to it is right … Continue reading
Save up words of encouragement for those days in your studies when Korean seems tough!