Infographic: Periods of Time in Korean

Periods of Time in Korean


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  • Samantha Elisabeth

    Ah this is perfect! I’m teaching my kids everything from the days of the week to explaining (at an elementary level) about how to talk about the past and the future, and this will come in handy when trying to explain it to them!

    • Dominic ‘Dom’ Dinkins

      Glad it can help!

  • Patrice

    These would be lovely as posters stuck on the walls of Korean language classrooms 🙂

  • http://www.mychineseboyfriend.com My Chinese Boyfriend

    Your infographics are fun to read. It must make good practice for those who are currently learning Korean. 🙂 Are you using illustrator?

    • Patrick07

      yeah he does, by the way you teach mandarine or cantones in your blog?

  • molly

    how about “weeks”? last week. next week. 2 weeks ago/later……sth !!!!