Tag: structure

  • 아/어/여 (present tense)

    V + 아/어/여 When we want to speak in present tense, we conjugate korean verbs by removing the verb stem ‘다’ and replacing it with either 아,어 or 여. 1. When the verb’s last vowel ends in ㅏ or ㅗ, we replace the stem with ‘아’. 2. When the verb’s last vowel does not end […]

  • 았/었/였 (past tense)

    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 […]

  • 이/가 (subject particle)

    N + 이/가 Appending 이/가 to a noun denotes the subject of the sentence. When the noun ends in a consonant, the ending 이 is used. When the noun ends in a vowel, 가 is used. The subject particle is used to indicate the subject of the sentence. This is a more general usage than […]

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