Why Don’t Korean Students Care About Verb Tense When They Write Paragraphs?

If you’re teaching English Writing to Korean students, you’ve probably come to the same conclusion that nearly every teacher eventually comes to: Korean students just cannot seem to get a grip on using consistent verb tenses throughout sentences and paragraphs! Why is that? Whenever you assign Writing, you receive their diaries or assignments back with present, […]

Intermediate Grammar #1: ~아/어 보이다 “Looks Like”

← Previous Full Grammar List Next → ~아/어 보이다: Conveys feelings based on some outward appearance Equivalent to “looks like” or “seems like” Usage: Used with ADJECTIVES only ~게 보이다 is an acceptable alternative Tenses: Past (과거): ~아/어 보였다 Present (현재): ~아/어 보이다 Future (추측): ~아/어 보일 것이다 Examples: 과거: 어제 미나씨가 피곤 해 보였어요. […]