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What's 'and' in Korean? I'd be super happy if you could translate these sentences into Korean: 1) I studied Korean and surfed on the Net yesterday. 2) I ate some bulgogi and kimchi today.
Nov 16, 2009 7:50 PM
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bulgogi(noun) and kimchi(noun) : -랑 or -하고 나 오늘 불고기랑 김치 먹었다 나 오늘 불고기하고 김치 먹었다 I studied(verb) Korean and surfed(veb) the net : the verb stem + -고 + the verb stem + the verb ending 나 어제 한국어 공부하고 인터넷 좀 했다 (We usually have only the last verb in the past tense, other verbs in the present tense when using more than one verb) No disrespect intended, but we don't say -와/과 when speaking. It's actually used only in formal writing or speech.
November 20, 2009
1) 나는 어제 한국어 공부와 인터넷 서핑을 했다. 2) 나는 오늘 불고기와 김치를 먹었다. 아뿔싸~~ㅋㅋ
November 17, 2009
1) 나는 어제 한국어를 공부했고, 인터넷 서핑을 했다. 2) 나는 오늘 불고기와 김치를 먹었다.
November 17, 2009
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