(으)로 (by,with,direction)

N + (으)로 (으)로 is a noun particle that means by, with or direction. Depending on how we use it, this particle can mean many different things: 1. (으)로 can mean ‘to’ somewhere when used with a location noun and a moving verb like 가다. 2. (으)로 can mean ‘by’ or ‘with’ when used with… Continue reading (으)로 (by,with,direction)

(아/어/여)서, (으)니까 (reason, cause, result)

려고 하다 is a grammar construct that is showing future action, and is similar to (ㄹ/을)래요 but in this case more like ‘going to do’ and is not just an ending; it acts more like a conjunction because unlike the other future forms, the ending 하다 can be treated just as any other verb. To… Continue reading (아/어/여)서, (으)니까 (reason, cause, result)

느라,길래,더니 (showing result with nuances)

In Korean, there are many ways to connect sentences, each with different nuances. With 아/어/여서,(으)니까, there isn’t a specific nuance tied to the situation, but now we will learn about three connective particles which do have specific use cases. V + 느라/느라고 1. 느라/느라고 shows a negative result with a specific cause. The subjects should… Continue reading 느라,길래,더니 (showing result with nuances)