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Hi, Lang-8 friends.



I like learning foreign languages, wherever I go overseas I try to learn their languages and talk with local people.

I'm spending most of my time to study English for now.

I really enjoy talking in Japanese although I'm not that good at Japanese.
I wish I could study more about Japanese and improve my Japanese skills.


As a native Korean speaker, I'll try to be your reliable friend who helps you with your Korean studies, not only just simply giving you corrections, but explaining how the Korean language works in grammar.

Please feel free to ask anything about the Korean language.

It would be great to help you.


Thank you. :)










こんにちは皆さん.


日本語は高校で第2外国語で勉強したことがある日本語,日本食, 日本人,日本映画,日本音楽と日本の文化が好きです. 日本には去年 4月から 5月 40日間バイクで九州,四国,中国を旅行したことがあります. あまりにも素敵な旅行でした. 親切だ印象的な日本人にたくさん会いました. 運が良くも日本である友達を作ることはできました. 日本は本当に色々部分で魅力的だ印象的な国です.

津波と煎りつける放射能問題で多くの日本人たちが苦しい大変な日を過ごすあることをよく分かるあります. 日本が好きな限り人として深い哀悼を示します.
力がある国だから勝ち抜けることはできると思います.

日本語お上手だたいが文法やいろいろに不足な点が多いです. 特に日本語コンピューターで作成する時が一番大変です.

頑張ります.
ありがとうございます.
よろしくお願いします.





My tips for learners of Korean.



[한국어 학습 팁] Tip for Korean. 좋은 하루 되세요 vs 좋은 하루 보내세요.

http://lang-8.com/250773/journals/870766/%255B%25ED%2595%259C%25EA%25B5%25AD%25EC%2596%25B4-%25ED%2595%2599%25EC%258A%25B5-%25ED%258C%2581%255D-Tip-for-Korean-%25EC%25A2%258B%25EC%259D%2580-%25ED%2595%2598%25EB%25A3%25A8-%25EB%2590%2598%25EC%2584%25B8%25EC%259A%2594-vs-%25EC%25A2%258B%25EC%259D%2580-%25ED%2595%2598%25EB%25A3%25A8-%25EB%25B3%25B4%25EB%2582%25B4%25EC%2584%25B8%25EC%259A%2594






[Tips for learners of Korean] 너무 vs 매우

http://lang-8.com/250773/journals/871882/%255BTips-for-learners-of-Korean%255D-%25EB%2584%2588%25EB%25AC%25B4-vs-%25EB%25A7%25A4%25EC%259A%25B0




[Tips For Learners Of Korean] 이에요 vs 예요

http://lang-8.com/250773/journals/891179/%255BTips-For-Learners-Of-Korean%255D-%25EC%259D%25B4%25EC%2597%2590%25EC%259A%2594-vs-%25EC%2598%2588%25EC%259A%2594




[Tips for learners of Korean] Two Types of words in Korean

http://lang-8.com/250773/journals/909897/%255BTips-for-learners-of-Korean%255D-Two-Types-of-words-in-Korean





[Tips for learners of Korean] Two Types of Words in Korean <Pt2>

http://lang-8.com/250773/journals/910809/%255BTips-for-learners-of-Korean%255D-Two-Types-of-Words-in-Korean-%253CPt2%253E





[Tips for Learners of Korean] 은/는, 이/가 and 을/를

http://lang-8.com/250773/journals/941697/%255BTips-for-Learners-of-Korean%255D-%25EC%259D%2580-%25EB%258A%2594%252C-%25EC%259D%25B4-%25EA%25B0%2580-and-%25EC%259D%2584-%25EB%25A5%25BC




[Tips for learners of Korean] 틀리다 vs 다르다

http://lang-8.com/250773/journals/948643/%255BTips-for-learners-of-Korean%255D-%25ED%258B%2580%25EB%25A6%25AC%25EB%258B%25A4-vs-%25EB%258B%25A4%25EB%25A5%25B4%25EB%258B%25A4





Tips for Learners of the Korean Language - 존댓말

http://lang-8.com/250773/journals/1245748/Tips-for-Learners-of-the-Korean-Language-
%25EC%25A1%25B4%25EB%258C%2593%25EB%25A7%2590





Tips for Learners of the Korean Language - ~와/~과 and ~(이)랑/~하고

http://lang-8.com/250773/journals/1360084/Tips-for-Learners-of-the-Korean-Language-%257E%25EC%2599%2580-%257E%25EA%25B3%25BC-and-%257E%2528%25EC%259D%25B4%2529%25EB%259E%2591-%257E%25ED%2595%2598%25EA%25B3%25A0



Tips for Learners of the Korean Language : 띄어쓰기 Spacing Words

http://lang-8.com/250773/journals/1373875/Tips-for-Learners-of-the-Korean-Language-%253A-%25EB%259D%2584%25EC%2596%25B4%25EC%2593%25B0%25EA%25B8%25B0-Spacing-Words





Tips for Learners of the Korean Language - The Natural Way To Speak In Korean

http://lang-8.com/250773/journals/1387985/Tips-for-Learners-of-the-Korean-Language-The-Natural-Way-To-Speak-In-Korean






Tips For Learners Of Korean - Pronoun

http://lang-8.com/250773/journals/88481332165949562254819589302633760421/Tips-For-Learners-Of-Korean-Pronoun






Tips for Learners Of Korean - Singular and Plural
http://lang-8.com/250773/journals/40476483815935296768374448122110123620/Tips-for-Learners-Of-Korean-Singular-and-Plural




Tips for Learners Of Korean - How to Use '~기' and '~는 것' Including 것, 게, 건 and 걸)
http://lang-8.com/250773/journals/136242248894159690167996540511062722213/Tips-for-Learners-Of-Korean-How-to-Use-%2527%257E%25EA%25B8%25B0%2527-and-%2527%257E%25EB%258A%2594-%25EA%25B2%2583%2527-Including-%25EA%25B2%2583%252C-%25EA%25B2%258C%252C-%25EA%25B1%25B4-and-%25EA%25B1%25B8%2529

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