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How to write encouraging words in Korean? - Yahoo Answers

9/14/2014
03:14 | Author: Devin Garcia

You can do it in korean
How to write encouraging words in Korean? - Yahoo Answers

Translation: it could mean Go Go, let's go, let's do it depending on These days you can learn how to speak Korean over the internet.

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Self Taught Korean You CAN do it! I CAN do it! WE CAN do it! on

7/13/2014
01:12 | Author: Caitlin White

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Self Taught Korean You CAN do it! I CAN do it! WE CAN do it! on

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Hwaiting 39Fighting39 Korean Language Blog - Transparent.com Blogs

5/12/2014
01:18 | Author: Evan Martin

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You’ll often hear Koreans try to translate 화이팅 as fighting, understandably, but we can actually translate it a couple of ways, depending on the situation…

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How do I say keep your spirit up! in Korean? - Learn Korean - italki

3/11/2014
03:04 | Author: Evan Martin

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How do I say keep your spirit up! in Korean? - Learn Korean - italki

How do I say. in Korean? to give support to someone? Like when they are 당신은 할 수 있어 (dang shin eun hal soo isseo) = you can do it!.

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Korean grammar - I can39t do, I can do How to study

1/10/2014
05:30 | Author: Caitlin White

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Korean grammar - I can39t do, I can do How to study

In this lesson, you will learn how to add ~ㄹ 수 있다 and ~ㄹ 수 없다 to the words to create the meaning of "I can" and "I can't".

This is more likely to be used in specific things that somebody can teach you over a short period of time – or something that you can grasp if somebody explains it to you quickly. However, if we say “I don’t understand”, it could mean that – although you cannot understand something right now – you will probably be able to understand it if somebody (depending on the situation) explains it to you better. In order to create this meaning, you should attach ~지 못하다 to “이해하다.” For example:.

Better examples: 저도 그것을 할 수 있어요 = I can to that too 저는 몇몇 한국사람들보다 한국어를 더 잘 말할 수 있어요 = I can speak Korean better than some Korean people 오늘 밤에 만날 수 있어요? = Can you meet tonight?

However, it is something that I learned when I was studying, so it might be something that you should consider as well.

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