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Summary of Week 6

Summary of Week 6

This week, keeping on with last week’s topic, we learned a few new expressions useful when shopping in Korea.

First, we learned what we should say if we like something we tried on and we want to buy it. We also learned what we should say in the opposite situation, that is, when we don’t like something we tried on. After practicing the sentences we learned this week, try to use them when you go shopping in Korea.

This week was our ‘ Introduction to Korean 2’ course’s last lesson. How was it? Was it difficult? What about the workload? If there are other things that you are curious about or want to know, feel free to ask any questions in the comments section.

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