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[Interrogative] 어떻게 (how)

We use "어떻게" when we want to ask how an event happens. "여기까지 어떻게 왔습니까?" is "How did you get here?", "버스로요." is "By bus."

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[Interrogative] 왜 (why)

We use "왜" when asking about the reason or cause of an event. "왜 학교에 늦었습니까?" is "Why did you late for school?"

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[Interrogative] 언제 (when)

We use "언제" when we want to ask about time. "쇼는 언제 시작합니까?" is "When does the show start?"

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[Interrogative] 어디 (where)

We use "어디" when we want to ask about a place. "어디 + 를" can be shortned as "어딜". "어디 가세요?" or "어딜 가?" is "Where are you going?"

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[Interrogative] 누구 (who/whom)

We use "누구" when we want to ask about a person. "누구 + 가" is shortened as "누가", and "누구 + 를" can be shortened as "누굴" . We do not use "누구가". "이 사람은 누구입니…

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[Interrogative] 무엇 (what)

We use "무엇" when we ask about an thing/object. It can be shortend as "뭐". "무엇이" is shortened to "뭐가", "무엇+을" is shortened to "뭘", "무엇이 문제입니까?" is "What is the …

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[Numeral-determiner] 몇 (how many)

It comes before a counting unit and used in a question. "장" and "명" is counting units for paper and people, respectively. There are many counting units in Korean depending on the objects. "CD가 …

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[Infinitive] ~지 말다 (do not)

The verb "말다" is not usually used in its basic form. Rather, it is more often used in the form of "맙시다" or "마세요" when advising somebody not to verb.

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[Infinitive] ~ㄹ 수 있다/없다 (can do)

"~ㄹ 수 있다(없다)" simply means the subject has not the ability to do something. You can use "–ㄹ 수 없다" instead of "못~". "나는 수영할 수 있다." is "I can swim.", "나는 …

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[Infinitive] 잘 + (동사) (be good at (verb))

When somebody is good at doing something, or somebody does something well, we use "잘~". "그녀는 젓가락짓을 아주 잘 한다." is "She can use chopsticks very well.", "그는 축구를 잘 …

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[Infinitive] 안 + (부사), (부사) + 지 않다 (be not)

"안~" or "~지 않다" simply means that somebody/something is/be not adberb. We usually use "안~" in casual conversation and "~지 않다" in writing. "He is not cute." is "그는 안 귀엽다." …

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