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The amazing grace N giving

Everyday, many things around triggers me to hope for an ideal world, and wonder why it seems impossible to achieve it. Then one day, as I was sitting on my study desk doing my own stuff and half procrastinating on this issue, an incident sometime back in my college years emerged providing light in understanding why people (including myself) generally fail to be what they want to be.

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You may leave your feedbacks on OVERALL Lesson 2 by commenting in this article here. (include rating the lesson or ratings for quality of articles). If you have questions/comments specific to one article, please direct it by commenting on article itself.

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Lesson 2 Index

This is the order of how the articles should be digested.

      1)   Lesson 2  Cultural Tip

      2)   Lesson 2 Vocabulary

      3)   Numbers

      4)   Telling time

      5)   Subject markers  이/가

      6)   Object markers   을/를

      7)   There exist/ don’t exist   있다/없다

      8)    Place and Time Particle    

      9)    Place particle 2      에서

     10)   ‘To go’ 가다 vs ‘To come’ 오다

     11)   Assignment: Integrated usage of 은/는, 에, 에서, 있어요, 이/가, 을/를

     12)   Assignment: Giving directions

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L2-A: Giving directions

In this article we will make use of the “directional words” in the vocabulary list, using the polite and honorific form and also the particles 에/에서 and 있다.

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L2-A: Integrated usages of particles

In this assignment we will integrate the usage of 은/는, 에, 에서, 있어요, 이/가, 을/를 and all the other particles you have used so far.

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L2-G: To go vs To come

In this article we will explain when to use “to come” and when to use “to go” in your sentence.

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