따라오세요 vs 따라하세요: Is there any difference?

I've heard 따라오세요 used to mean "follow me" and "따라하세요" used to mean "repeat after me" in language classes. Is there any actual difference? I didn't find much online, except that they both come from 따르다, to follow or copy.



Dec 9, 2015 2:01 PM
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따라오세요 = follow me = come


오다 = come


따라하세요 = follow me = do what i do


하다 = do

December 14, 2015

from what I know 오다 means to come and 하다 means to do so 따라오세요 means follow me and 따라하세요 means repeat after me.

December 11, 2015

따라오세요는 따라오라고 한 사람을 쫓아서 어떤 곳으로 이동하는 것이고.

따라오세요 means that you go where he or she wants to go.

따라하세요는 따라하라고 한 사람의 동작, 표정, 목소리 등을 똑같이 따라하는것입니다

따라하세요 means you do the same thing as he or she does(facial expressions, voice, movements, making something, etc)

There are obvious differences between them.

"따라" means you do that somebody does something. So make sure that more than 2 persons exist all the time.

December 9, 2015

Thank you for explaining! I understand now!

December 14, 2015