can you translate this lesson in english please? its really hard to understand
I am sorry everyone, for the delay... I have added the translation.
@jamesduffy - You're welcome to put up a translation. I've given you editor access for Korean so you can now do this. Here's an older post that should give you a better idea how to add a translation: http://lingqcentral-en.lingq.com/how-to-add-resources-to-lessons
I see this post is a few months old. If you're still looking for a translation, let me know and I'll write it up for you. (I'm not a native speaker, but I've been studying Korean for four years and this lesson is fairly basic. I'm new to LingQ, so I don't know what its policies on translations are and if they need to be done by a native speaker, but I'd be happy to give it a shot.)
Hello, I am not a tutor, but I am learning Korean as the both of you are. Since there is no English translation of this lesson, you must lingq the words by using the dictionary. Translations are sometimes provided as an attachment to a lesson, but in most cases no translation exists within the lesson because the target language is what you are studying.
Maybe someone will provide a translation for you two, but all you have to do is work your way through each word and phrase by "lingqing".
please reply to us as soon as possible..we need a repond....
can we have the words below the korean words.so we can read it?and provide the proper translation.please....