Korean Language Guide by Luke Park

By Luke Park

This direction used to be first created in 2006 as an test to aid those that want to examine Korean language on-line through supplying a few uncomplicated grammar classes on Korean. the foundations in writing those on-line Korean language classes were that I stay intentional approximately making them as effortless to appreciate and with ease acceptable in way of life as i will be able to, and entire sufficient to hide significant issues of the Korean language together with either the Written and Spoken varieties.

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Are these food something that we eat today as well? ) •지금 티비 보는 거예요? = Is TV something you're watching now? ) •이 물고기들은 다 어제 바다에서 잡은 것들이에요 = These fish are all what I caught at the sea yesterday. 49 Nouns - Nominalising Verbs In this lesson, we're going to learn how to nominalise a verb, which means converting a verb to a noun. First, take 다 off the plain form of a verb, and then attach 기 to it. (For a list of verbs in the plain from, please refer to Verbs - Present/Past) The following is a list of some of the verbs which have been converted to nouns.

Minutes] The Sino-Korean numerals are also used for 'minutes' but not for 'hours'. The native Korean numerals which are used for pronouncing the number of 'hours' are explained below in the second section of this post. ' Its symbol is '₩', and it's pronounced 원. •₩12,800 → 12,800 원 = 만이천팔백원 •₩39,130 → 39,130 원 = 삼만구천백삼십원 Native Korean numerals [Counting, Age and Hours] The basic numbering system of the native Korean numerals is the same as that of the Sino-Korean numerals. e. 20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80 and 90.

So alternatively, as imperfect as it may be, I'd recommend the Google Translate's 'Listen' feature. It allows you to listen to the pronunciation of the words you put in. e. make them nouns. •하다 → 하는 (Descriptive I) •하는 + 것 = 하는 것 = something that you do •하다 → 한 (Descriptive II) •한 + 것 → 한 것 = something that you did •크다 → 큰 (Descriptive) •큰 + 것 = 큰 것 = something that is big / large Nominalised Verbs (Descriptive I) •하는 것 = something that you do / that does •가는 것 = something that goes •오는 것 = something that comes •먹는 것 = something that you eat (food) •마시는 것 = something that you drink •읽는 것 = something that you read •듣는 것 = something that you listen •말하는 것 = something that speaks / you talk about •보는 것 = something that you watch •쓰는 것 = something that you write / use •만드는 것 = something that you make Nominalised Verbs (Descriptive II) •한 것 = something that you did •간 것 = something that went •온 것 = something that came •먹은 것 = something that you ate •마신 것 = something that you drank Nominalised Adjectives (Descriptive) •많은 것 = something that is many (in quantity) •적은 것 = something that is small (in quantity) •큰 것 = something that is big / large •작은 것 = something that is small •넓은 것 = something that is spacious •좁은 것 = something that is cramped •높은 것 = something that is high 48 •낮은 것 = something that is low •빠른 것 = something that is fast •느린 것 = something that is slow •긴 것 = something that is long •짧은 것 = something that is short Note: However, in spoken Korean 것 is pronounced 거.

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