End of questions

Yee-Han

Hi there, I'm not sure when you use imnika, iseyo, or as in "work", what's the difference between 일하십니까 (end with shimnika) and 일하시나요 (end with shinayo)? Please help so I can learn how to end questions. Thank you. Yee Han

sujung-lee

안녕하세요 Yee Han! You might find this website helpful: http://www.teachenglishinasia.net/korean-verb-ending-database I hope that helps! If you still have questions, please let me know :) - Sujung

charath--

hi .Sujung ! when i study Korean .i have many problem to use question word. can you tell me the easy way to use it

charath--

.Please help me . Thank you .bye

Keyatta--12

sunjung i have a very huge question and this is what bothers me most of all...How do i put the hangul characters in their order when making sentences and words, and how can i read it which way? Please answer because this is the most thing i am struggling on.

sujung-lee

Hi Charath, Do you have a specific question word you are having problems with? I will try to help! - Sujung

sujung-lee

Hi Keyatta, I'm afraid I'm not sure what you mean by putting the characters in order - do you mean how to group the individual alphabets together? If that's the case, I would recommend checking out the writing lessons in your Language & Culture lessons - these are under the "Writing" tab. I hope that helps! - Sujung

nada--4

hey i`m really trying my best to learn korean language but i don`t know what is the best why to study & memorize hangul please help ^^

Keyatta--16

i memorized almost the full alphabet. it is so easy and now i know how to group the Hangeul characters to make symbols. You should check out this pretty cool website. http://www.talktomeinkorean.com

maha--2

Hy i hope u can help me .im having some difficulties in distinguishing between the sounds of the vowels please help me *-*

sujung-lee

Hi Maha, The sounds of the vowels are actually quite easy to remember because the shape of the letter imitates the shape of the mouth! I would recommend going through the lessons on vowels in the Writing section - you can use Rocket Record to play the vowel sounds as many times as you like. I hope this helps! Please let me know if you need any further help. - Amira

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