Nic Haslam
How do I say 'upstairs' in Korean? 위층으로과 위층에 어떻게 다른가요? (And examples of both please!)
Feb 22, 2017 12:12 AM
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a place + -(으)로 : to the direction of a place (emphasizing the direction or path.) a place + -에 : at the point of a place (emphasizing the destination.) -(으)로 is used with a verb of meaning of coming or going. e.g. 그는 학교로 갔어요.(O) He went to the direction of the school. 그는 학교에 갔어요.(O) He went to the place of the school. 그는 서쪽으로 갔어요.(O) He went to the west. 그는 서쪽에 갔어요.(X) 그는 위층으로 갔어요.(O) He went upstairs 그는 위층에 갔어요.(O) 그는 위층으로 살았어요.(X) 그는 위층에 살았어요.(O) He lived upstairs.
February 22, 2017
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