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Learn Korean With Me ✨ Lesson Three: Korean Particles
안녕! As promised, today we will be covering Korean particles. In Korean, it is the particles' job to indicate the role of each word in a sentence, and these particles are usually attached to the end of a word. The first particles I'm going to introduce you to are the subject particles 는 and 은. You attach these to the end of the word that is the subject. What's the difference between the two if they both do the same thing, you ask? It's very simple, actually. You use 는 when the last letter of the subject is a vowel, and you use 은 when the last letter of the subject is a consonant. Examples of subjects with particles attached to them: 나는= "I" is the subject. 집은= "House" is the subject. Next are object particles! You guessed it! These are attached to the end of the object in a sentence. Obviously, sentences with adjectives won't use these particles since sentences with adjectives cannot have an object. These particles are 를 and 을, as pictured above. 를 is used when the last letter of the object is a vowel. 을 is used when the last letter of the object is a consonant. Examples: 나를= "I" is the object. 집을= "House" is the object. The last particle I will introduce you to today is 에, and it denotes place or time. You simply attach 에 to the end of a place or time. Examples: 한국에= "Korea" is the place. 미국에= "America" is the place. You can practice these particles with English to wrap your head around it and get used to using these particles along with the sentence structure. I는 Korean을 speak. I는 you를 like. I는 3pm에 went. I는 hamburgers을 3pm에 ate. Go ahead and practice in the comments if you'd like! Just don't go trying to strike up actual conversation just yet, as we haven't covered conjugations and sentences probably won't technically make sense yet! Anyway, good job! Next time we'll cover the verb "to be" and this/that. Fighting! 💪👊
The Oil Cleansing Method Using Coconut Oil
It wouldn't be right if I didn't spread the word about the amazing face wash I've been using for about the past month or so. It has literally transformed my face in such a short amount of time, adding brightness and preventing future breakouts from transpiring. I'm not talking about your typical acne fighting face wash or gentle foaming face wash, I'm talking about coconut oil [unrefined to be exact]. Yes, your read that correctly. The infamous oil that hosts a long list of needs. You can use it for anything from cooking to well, washing your face. For about the past month I've been using coconut oil at night to cleanse my face before bed. It's simple, easy and it works like a charm. If you suffer from dry, oily or acne prone skin -- do yourself a favor and make coconut oil your friend. You won't regret it. The coconut oil method I use consists of taking a dime size amount of coconut oil and applying it to both my face and my neck, trying my best to massage it into my skin. I leave it on for about five to ten minutes then I follow up by rinsing it off with warm water and then cold water to close my pores. Not only will your skin feel refreshed, but it will also feel extremely soft. Do this for at least one month and watch how your complexion changes for the better. Keep in mind, what works for me might not necessarily work for someone else. Switch things up and do what makes you comfortable. If you rather use a washcloth than your hands, go for it. If you rather leave it on for three minutes instead of five, be my guest. Just make sure that you give this amazing cleansing method a try. You can thank me later. Ladies, what is your face washing routine?