V + 았/었/였다 When we want to speak in past tense, we conjugate korean verbs by removing the verb stem ‘다’ and replacing it with either 았다,었다 or 였다. 1. When the verb’s last vowel ends in ㅏ or ㅗ, we replace the stem with ‘았어’. 2. When the verb’s last vowel does not end […]
AV + 고 싶다 Appending -고 싶다 to a verb means to want to do [verb]. Remove the ‘다’ ending of the verb, and replace it with 고 싶어요, which is the usual polite form. Examples 뭐 먹고 싶어요? = What do you want to eat? 한국에 가고싶어요 = I want to go to Korea.
location/time + 에/에서 에 is a particle used to mark location, time or other static situations. 에서 is used to mark locations where some action is happening. 에 roughly corresponds to ‘at,to,in,of,by’, and it usually attached to the location or situation it is marking. 에서 is used the same way, except an action or event […]