Rachelle
끝나다 vs 끝내다 - What's the difference What's the difference between these 2 words (if there's any) and if you can please give an example :) Thanks in advance ^^
Feb 5, 2016 8:12 AM
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끝나다: end; comes to a close. (intransitive verb - does not need an object) 끝내다: finish; end; wrap up. (transitive verb - requires an object) The two are not interchangeable, as in these examples: - 오늘은 일이 일찍 끝났다: Work finished early today. - (난) 오늘 일을 일찍 끝냈다: I finished my work early today.
February 5, 2016
"친구야, 일 빨리 끝내고 어서 가자. 콘서트 끝나겠다."
February 5, 2016
끝나다: be done/finished/over 끝내다: make something finished
February 6, 2016
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Rachelle
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English, Korean
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Korean