"Someone suggested that 이에요, 예요 mean is/ am /are, i.e I am a student, I am a doctor, they are busy and it is used at the end of the sentence. However, 아요 and 어요 are attached to the verb or adjective i.e eat, eating.... go.. going, bore .. boring. So,…"
Hi,I am currently self-learning korean from watching k-dramas, listening to kpop music, and have touched on a grammer book and read various bits and bobs from talktomeinkorean.I am considering to take the TOPIK test at some point, but I am not sure how much I should know before I should apply to it.Is there some sort of syllabus things that I can look at to see what will be tested in each level? and also any pastpaper resources will be great too!Thank you soo much! Have fun learning~…See More