Category Archives: Korean Grammar 한국어 문법

Marker : 에서

The marker ‘에서’ is attached to a place (e.g. house) to indicate where an action takes place/occurs. Thus,  ‘에서’ can be loosely translated to ‘at/in/inside’. Example Ex 1) 수지 씨가 수영장에서 수영해요. (Suji is swimming in the swimming pool.) [Su … Continue reading

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형용사 (현재) : Adjective Verb (Present Tense) – Informal Polite Style ‘아/어요’

In this post, I am going to talk about adjective verbs. ‘아 / 어 요’ is the informal polite style for sentences ending with an adjective verb.   1) ‘아 요’ is used whenever the adjective verb ends with a vowel … Continue reading

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동작동사 (현재) : Action Verb (Present Tense) – Informal Polite Style ‘아/어/여요’

In my earlier post, I talked about verbs (action verbs and adjective verbs) and it is important to know the verb stem so that we know how to transform them into past tense, present tense and future tense correctly. Today, I … Continue reading

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동사 : Verbs

All verbs have a verb stem. The verb stem is the basic form of the verb. It is important to know the verb stem because the verb will change in accordance to past tense, present tense, as well as future … Continue reading

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몇 번 : what number / which number

몇 means ‘how many’ but when used with 번 together, the meaning of 몇 becomes ‘what’ or ‘which’. ‘몇 번’ is normally used to ask a question which involves the answer to be in numbers e.g. telephone number or bus … Continue reading

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얼마예요? : how much is it?

‘얼마예요?’ is used to ask about the price of an item. Ex) 이 가방이 얼마예요? (How much is this bag) {이 means this} {가방 means bag}

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Marker : 에

‘에’ is the marker to indicate object location/place marker and time/date.   1. Object location/place marker When ‘에’ is used to indicate object location/place marker, “있어요” or “없어요” is always used. In this case, ‘에’ is similar to ‘at’ in English. … Continue reading

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