FAQ

Yeah, I decided to add a FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions).

 

Q :  May I use (insert whatever) your post for (whatever you intend to do)?
Sure, as long as you leave a link and not use it for commercial purposes.
It’d be nice to tell me too ’cause I’d like to take a look!

 

Oh important note BTW, I just want to mention that I may or may not take editing/translating requests. I am a full-time student after all and this blog is just something I do in my free-time. So don’t get disappointed if I decline your request. If you have any other questions, feel free to comment here.

I’m also taking suggestions for posts. Feel free to suggest ideas for posts here.

6 Responses to “FAQ”

  1. ggg July 4, 2011 at 5:49 am #

    Hello, I’ve been wondering for awhile now and I hope you can enlighten me cuz I’m pretty confused with the many variations of one word in korean:

    What is the difference between 나 and 난? And also 너, 넌 and 널?

    And how to I say something in the past tense?

    Thanks you ^^

    • tangereeny July 18, 2011 at 10:48 pm #

      Ohh okk.. I guess I should post on some basic grammar for you if that helps : )

      • ggg July 22, 2011 at 10:31 am #

        Thank you very much for the post!

  2. 리사 August 10, 2011 at 2:28 pm #

    I know you don’t have a lot of time~~~ but if you do more grammer posts~ that would be really interesting and helpfull!! ^^
    Or even some basic phrases that could help you in Korea etc🙂

    I just recently moved to Korea, I’ve studied Korean for 1 year so far~~ but i still don’t know that much!!! ㅠㅠ

  3. Evelyn October 9, 2011 at 3:35 am #

    Absolutely best Korean guide I have read so far!! And I include books, blogs, and the like. You have a real talent for making information accessible. I’ve read and reread your posts several times now and each time, there is still so much to learn! Your down-to-earth approach makes me wistful for “follow-along-drama” lessons. What would be amazing is if you would offer online classroom options (like one American bestselling author does, Lani Diane Rich via WizIQ). Again, cannot begin to express my gratitude for a comprehensive guide to a language that is so different from English.

    You are amazing and I wish you much health, wealth, and happiness!

    • tangereeny October 11, 2011 at 4:54 am #

      Thank you sooo much lol I’m so flattered that I don’t know what to say :)!
      I’m glad you like my posts — thanks!!

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