Kick start your conversation in Korean

When you meet a native Korean speaker for the first time, you can use the below lines to kick off your conversation in Korean. Try them out and see if you’re being understood. Also, write down the words and phrases. The more you engage your brain, the more your learning sticks. Important: Although romanization is…

“Be” verb (e.g. am / is) 이에요. 예요.

Polite speech form: -요 is often attached at the end of a sentence. Review following examples sentences with 이에요 or 예요 verb endings. 물 이에요. Mul i-e-yo. (It) is water. 물 water 이에요. is Tip Subject is often omitted in Korean (e.g. It, I, He, She) Korean verb (e.g. is) always comes at the end….