I'm making a to-do list and want to add 'Study a little Korean every day' on it, but I want to write it in Hangul. Would it be like this: 조금 한극어 하루하루 공부하다? (I'm a beginner, sorry if this is wildly wrong)
My (native Korean) wife suggests:
한국말을 매일 조금씩 공부한다
Here are a couple of things that a Korean-as-second-language learner might share, even if they require tweaking from another native speaker:
하루하루is "everyday" or perhaps more like "day in/day out", yes, but it's more difficult to put into play than the more common
매일. "Study every day!" should be
매일 공부해...you might use
하루하루가 즐겁다..."day in and day out things are enjoyable".
The conjugated infinitive form of an action verb (like "study") must end in
공부하다is the "dictionary form" but cannot be used outside of...the dictionary. In the case of the descriptive verb
즐겁다, there is no ㄴ/는 added during conjugation.
씩is like methodology...so when you say "give me a little" you might say
조금 주세요but in specifying your methodology about how you will study you need to
조금씩to be specific and clear about that.