Judy Phakula

Judy Phakula

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This time the expressions is: 가는 말이 고와야 오는 말이 곱다. This expression means as much as if you other people to treat you nicely, you should encourage them by treating others nicely yourself first. You can use the expression to remind people who don’t treat others nicely; won’t get a a lot of help from others. An English equivalent would be: What goes around, comes around. #LearnKorean #Korean #한국어

This time the expressions is: 가는 말이 고와야 오는 말이 곱다. This expression means as much as if you other people to treat you nicely, you should encourage them by treating others nicely yourself first. You can use the expression to remind people who don’t treat others nicely; won’t get a a lot of help from others. An English equivalent would be: What goes around, comes around. #LearnKorean #Korean #한국어

All language have rules for proper pronunciation, so it is no surprise there are Korean pronunciation rules. Here are a few other pronunciation rules. #LearnKorean #Korean #한국어

All language have rules for proper pronunciation, so it is no surprise there are Korean pronunciation rules. Here are a few other pronunciation rules. #LearnKorean #Korean #한국어

“viam inveniam aut faciam” is Latin for “I shall either find a way or make one” tattoo for a customer whom is an architect. Our conversation kinda brought back some memories during my college years when I was an architecture student. See you next month for a back piece :)http://instagram.com/conlllhttp://www.facebook.com/conetree

“viam inveniam aut faciam” is Latin for “I shall either find a way or make one” tattoo for a customer whom is an architect. Our conversation kinda brought back some memories during my college years when I was an architecture student. See you next month for a back piece :)http://instagram.com/conlllhttp://www.facebook.com/conetree

In this lesson we will introduce the words for the days of the week in Korean. These words have their roots in the Chinese language and the elements of nature.

In this lesson we will introduce the words for the days of the week in Korean. These words have their roots in the Chinese language and the elements of nature.

Homemade Coffee Scrub and Mask ½ teaspoon coconut oil ½ teaspoon finely ground coffee beans Recipe for glowing skin

Homemade Coffee Scrub and Mask ½ teaspoon coconut oil ½ teaspoon finely ground coffee beans Recipe for glowing skin

Studies Abroad to Japan. GoldenWay Global Education VietNam Du hoc nhat ban http://goldenway.edu.vn/du-hoc-nhat-ban-2.html

Studies Abroad to Japan. GoldenWay Global Education VietNam Du hoc nhat ban http://goldenway.edu.vn/du-hoc-nhat-ban-2.html