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Korean Lesson 101, More Important Adjectives (더 많은 중대한 형용사들)

It seems there are (있어요) lots (많은) of adjectives (형용사들) we use(사용해요) everyday (매일). I have translated (번역 한걱이있어요) several (많은) words (말) in the sentence (문장), but if I were to put this sentence (무장) into Korean, the words would be in a much different order: 우리가 (we) 매일 (everyday) 사용 하는 (use) 형용사가 (adjective) 많은 것(lots) 같아요(it seems). There are (있어요) so many (많은) differences (차이점) between Korean (힌국말) and English (영어). I hope (내 소맣이) these blogs are getting you used to (익속해)just how completely (워전히) different (다르다) these (이) languages (말들) are. One thing that is similar (캍다요) is that if (만약) the adjective(형용사) is being used (사용해요) in the adjective form in Korean (한국말), it comes before (앞에) the noun (명사) like in English (여여로 같아요). Let’s talk (말하자)about (예대하여) some (몇) of those (저) adjectives (형용사) again (다시). I am hoping (소망 하고 있어요) you will also be getting used to (익속해)the sentence (문장) patterns in Korean (한국말).

Vocabulary and Grammar: (단어 와 문법): 형용사 (hyeongyongsa) = adjective// 멍사 (myeongsa) = noun// 앞에 (apeh) = before, in front of// 한국말 (hangook mal) = Korean// 영어 (yeongeo) = English// 문장 (moonjang) = sentence/// 말하자 (malhaja) = let’s talk// 몇 (myeot) = some// 다시 (tashee) = again// 익속해 (eeksokhey) = getting used to/// 말 (mal) = language, word/// 캍다요 (katdahyo) = is like, is similar (adjective style verb)/// 원전히 (wonjeonhee) = completely// 소망 (somang) = hope (the noun)// 소망 해요 (somang heyo) = hope, hopes (“yo” form of the verb)// 매일 (me-eel) = everyday// 번역하다 (bonyeokhadah) = translate, the form used on the page// 번역한적이 있어요 (beonyeokhanjeokee eesseoyo) = have or has translated//

머리 칵락 (meoree kahrahk) = hair// 길어요 (keeleoyo) = is, are, have, has long (adjective style verb)// 한 (han) = one// 여자 (yeojah) = woman// 짧어요 (jjahlbeoyo) = is, are, have, has short (adjective style verb)//길은 (keel un) = long (adjective)// 아름다워요 (ahrumdawoyo) = is, are, am beautiful (adjective style verb)// 짧은 (jjalbun) = short (adjective)//귀워어요 (kweewoeoyo) = is, am, are cute (adjective style verb)// 아기 (ahghee) = baby// 부거워요 (mookeowoyo) = is, are, am heavy (adjective style verb)// 가벼워요 (gahbyeowoyo) = is, am, are light (weight) (adjective style verb)///무거은 (mookeo-un) = heavy (adjective)// 코끼리 (kohggheeree) = elephant//가벼은 (gahbyeo-un) = light weight (adjecive) // 사람 ( saram) = person/// 젖었어요ㅕ (jeoteosseoyo) = is, am, are wet (adjective style verb)// 말럈어요 (malrasseoyo) = is, am, are dry (adjective style verb)//젖 (jeot) = wet (adjective) // 어둡다 (eodoobdah) = is, am, are dark (adjective style verb)//마른 (marun) = dry (adjective) ///금발이예요 (gumbal eeyeyeo) = is, am, are blonde (adjective and verb)///

한여자는 머리 카락 길어요. (han yeojah nun meoree karak gheeleoyo)

한 여자는 머리 카락 짧어요. (han yeojah nun meoree karak jjahlbeoyo)

이 길은 머리카락이 아름다워요. (keel un meoree karak ee ahrumdawoyo)

이 짧은 머리카각이 귀여워요 (ee jalbun meoree karak ee kweeyeowoyo)

한 아기는 부거워요. (han ahghee nun bookeowoyo)

한 아기는 가벼워요. (han ahghee nun gahbyeowoyo)

무거운 아기는 코끼리 이예요 (moogeo-un ahghee nun koggeeree eeyeyo)

가벼운 아기는 사람 이예요 (gabyeo-un ahghee nun saram eeyeyo)

한 여자는 머리 카락은 젖었어요. (han yeojah nun meoree karak un jeoteosseoyo)

한 여자는 머리 카락은 말랐어요 (han yeojah un meoree karak un malrasseoyo)

젖은 머리 카락이 어둡다 (jeotun meoree karak ee eodoobdah)

마른 머리 카락은 금발이예요 (marun meoree karak un gumbaleeyeyo)

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