KOREAN WORD; Banana
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OBJECT MARKING PARTICLES: 을/를
In general, the Korean sentence structure is Subject-Object-Verb; e.g. John(subject) the ball(object) kicks(verb). Used for an object, -을/를 is attached to the end of the noun.
엄마: 식당에서 무엇을 마셨어요? What did you drink in the restaurant?
나: 물을 마셨어요. I drank water.
just a moment/ hold on/ wait a moment etc :)
옆 beside/by/next to
오른쪽 right side
왼쪽 left side
멀다 to be far from here
가깝다 be near/close
책이 책상 위에 있어요
The book is on the desk
나무 밑에서 쉬고 있어요
I’m sleeping under a tree
what did the milk say when it fell down???
Changing verb’s form to future tense
Step 1: Drop the last letter ’다’
Step 2: Add the ending, ‘(으)ㄹ 거예요’
If there is no 받침 (batchim), the verb is followed by ’ㄹ 거예요’.
E.g. 가다 (ga-da) = to go
가 + ㄹ 거예요 = 갈 거예요 (gal geo-ye-yo)
갈 거예요 means I will be going (future tense)
Another e.g. is 하다 (o-da); it means to do.
하 + ㄹ 거예요 = 할 거예요 (hal geo-ye-yo). It means I will be doing it (future tense)
If there is 받침 (batchim), the verb is followed by ’을 거예요’.
먹 + 을 거예요 = 먹을 거예요 (meo-geul-geo-ye-yo) which means I’m going to eat.
1. 친구하고 같이 백화점에 갈 거예요. I will be going to a department store with my friend.
2. 거기에서 김밥을 살 거예요. I’m going to buy kimbap over there.
A formal expression of ‘How old are you?’