When adjective meet verb Be, they change their form to finish the sentence 아름다운 + 이다 : 아름답다(or 아름다워) 예쁜 + 이다 : 예쁘다(or 예뻐) 착한 + 이다 : 착하다(or 착해) 고마운 + 이다 : 고맙다(or 고맙다) 늦은 + 이다 : 늦은 것이다(present) / 늦었다(past, can be used for present tense sometimes when we tell about time) We can see a pattern there omitting 'ㄴ' in adjective and omitting '이' in verb Be except some exceptional cases.
당근 means carrot and sure is 당연하다 I don't know when we started it for using "Sure!" but we use 당근 for it me also! we can use 당근, 당삼, 당연 *frequently : 당근이지, 당연하지 * This is kinda slang word in Korean example : 당근이지! 당연하지! 당삼이지
Let's see how verb changes when two verbs are in a sentence I go after eating : 나는 먹고 간다 = noun + postpositon + verb 1 + verb 2 Verb 1 : 먹다 tuned to 먹고 Verb 2 : 가다 shows tense so it can be 갔다(past) 간다(present) 갈 것이다(future) Try to make a sentence with these words for past,present and future 나 , 공부하다, 오다
Let's see how verb changes when verb and verb be are in a sentence 나는 밥을 먹고 있다 : 먹'다' turned to 먹'고' in front of verb be ( 이다, 있다...) = I'm eating meal or can be 먹는 중이다 나는 공부를 하는 중이다 : 하'다' turned to 하'는 중'이다 or can be 하고 있다
we have bad news in egypt some tourist guest attack and 4 people killd and the rest at the hospital and they now at the hospital but little people in egypt know korean so i go to the hospital and translate
Behind meaning of 착하다 착하다 : Good, nice... Recently we've been using it as another way for price or looks. 가격이 착하네 : it's cheap 얼굴이 진짜 착하네 : someone's face looks bad 얼굴이 착하네 : someone's face looks normal to pretty 몸매가 착하네 : someone(usually girl) has a good shape
basic sentence in Korean Subject + ob-ject + Verb Subject : noun/pronoun as usual but sometimes a phrase can be a subject ob-ject : noun/pronoun Verb : Verb/Verb B Ex: 나는 공부를 한다 subject:나는 ob-ject:공부를 verb:한다
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