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Amy Campbell
is it location or object first in a Korean sentence? For example, if were to be trying to say "I am a student in school." Would it be 저는 학교에 학생이에요 or would it be 저는 학생를 학교에이에요?
Jul 30, 2019 9:17 PM
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Neither sentence is correct. You might say: - 저는 학교의 학생이에요 (의: possessive. I am a student of a school) - 저는 학교에 있는 학생이에요 (에: locative. -에 있다: am in someplace. "I am a student in school.") - 저는 학교(에/를) 다니는 학생이에요 (다니다: go to, attend. I am a student who attends school.) All three are grammatically correct, but the last one sounds the most natural.
July 31, 2019
Amy Campbell
Language Skills
English, Korean, Spanish
Learning Language
Korean