Create
Learn
Share

KWOW-1

rename
elijbet's version from 2015-08-29 23:40

Section 1

Question Answer
poor가난하
running달려요
the man is나ㅁ자가
the boy is나ㅁ자어이가
i am hungry배고파
now치금
hello안녕하세요
hello, well-being, peace, health안녕
you do, do you? please do하셰요
artists예술가가
lets do하차
lets go가차
again and again타시 다시
thank you감사합니다
appreciation, thankfullness, gratitude감사
I do, I am doing합니다
allright알았어
crap darn아이씨 젠장 (Aisshi jenjahng)
you are chubby통통해
woman며자
doing합니다
now지금
today I오늘 제가
field게자
“don’t have” and “don’t exist없어요
time시간
I don't have time내가 시간이 없어
I am busy right now저는 지금 바쁩니다. Junen jeegum babbub needa.
busy바쁩니다
to니다
i am저는
man사람
what is it aboutㅁㅝㄴ 데
I am a man나는 남자이다
I said, forget it됐다고
enlgish영어 yeong-eo
too느무
difficult어려워
English is too difficult for me나, 영어가 너무 어려워
memorize

 

Question Answer
I have처ㅣ가
I forgot잊어버렸어요
help me please옵바 나 촘 도허 춰
help me나 촘 도허 춰 or 도허 춰
by/with/using/in
I나, 난, 내가
myㄴㅐ, ㄴㅏ의,
me나, 나를, 날
mine나으l ㄱㅏㅅ, 내갓, 낵가
(topic particles) and (identifier particles)은/는 이/가
am or is은/는
memorize

 

Question Answer
common; you see자ㄴ하요
common, I know you speak good english에이, ㅏㅂ바 영어 잘 하잖아
well
year
never;
never do (don't)못 해
I also나도
I also don't speak english나도 영어 못 해
lets eat먹자
lets drink마시자
memorize

 

Question Answer
lets sit 앉자
as of now, this time, these days이제
I am a student나는 학생이다
I am a student, too나도 학생이다
I'm disappointed실망이야
Hello everyone안녕하세요 여러분
good bye the one who stays안녕히 가세요
good bye the one who leaves안녕히 계세요
excuse me실례합니다
ok알았습니다
memorize

 

Question Answer
see you later나중에 봅시다
thank you for your help도와줘서 고마워
goodbye (familiar) who stays잘가
goodbye (familiar) who leaves잘있어
thank you고마워
sorry죄송해요
I get it이해했어요
congrats축하해
see you later나중에 봅시다
do하다
I ate noodles나는 라면을 먹었다
pretty 예쁜
memorize

Section 2

 

는/은 and 가/이 both are used for the subject of a sentence but 는/은 introduces a topic or a subject whereas 가/이 identifies a subject.
An apple is red = 사과는 빨갛다 (A general or factual statement about an apple)
The apple is red = 사과가 빨갛다 (A particular apple that the speaker identifies and indicates to the listener)

 

[noun은/는] another noun [이다]
For example:
I는 man이다 = I am a man
Now substitute the words for “man” and “I:”
나 = I
남자 = man
나는 + 남자 + 이다
이다 gets attached directly to the noun. So, the above construction looks like:
나는 남자이다 = I am a man

 

이다 = 입니다 (they are the same meaning)
informal = formal

 

Conjugating 이다

 

이다 is conjugated differently than other verbs/adjectives. Not just when conjugating, but when doing other things to 이다, it usually behaves in another way
(you will learn about those other things later). As of now, the only conjugation you know for 이다 is the plain form in the present tense:

 

나는 선생님이다 = I am a teacher

 

If the last letter of the noun before 이다 ends in a vowel, you can eliminate 이. For example:

 

나는 의사다 = I am a doctor
나는 의사이다 = I am a doctor

 

이다 Present Tense

 

Conjugating 이다 to the present tense is relatively confusing compared to the past tense because new syllables are added with no real logic behind them.
Whereas past conjugations are simply done by connecting the stem “이” to the typical past tense addition of “었다”,
present tense conjugations have additions that are not seen with any other verb or adjective. Let’s talk about these first.

Recent badges