[Term] 수식언 (a determiner/adverb word)

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Ferl Kim

   

please write an sentence example so i can fully understand how to write it to a sentence... thank you..all of this is so helpful to all the beginner like me..
     

Kmaru

   

Adverb, adjective are 수식언. And, subject is 체언.
 
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[Term] 시제 (tense)

Tense refers the time when an action, event, or situation happens. We classify it into past, present, and future. In Korean, tense especially important since the verb/adjective endings vary depending …

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[Term] 수식언 (a determiner/adverb word)

"수식" means "modification". "수식언" ellaborates the sentence, but is not that necessary. "수식언" includes "관형사" and "부사", which modifies "체언" and "용언" repectively.

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[Term] 관계언 (a postposition word)

"관계" means "relationship". "관계언" indicates "조사(postpositions)", which shows the relationship between words.

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[Term] 용언 (a predicate word)

"동사(verbs)" and "형용사(adjectives)" together is called "용언". '용' means 'changing forms' here. "용언" consists of two parts called "어간(stem)" and "어미(ending)", and the ending va…

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[Term] 체언 (a substantive word)

"명사(nouns)", "대명사(pronouns)", "수사(numerals)" altogether is called "체언". "체언" is followed by postpositions (though postpositions are dropped sometimes) and it does not change its …

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[Term] 품사 (part of speech)

"품사" is a grammatical class of word. There are nine parts of speech in Korean. They are nouns, pronouns, numerals, verbs, adjectives, determiners, adverbs, postpotistions, and exclamations.

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[Term] 어미 (ending)

Korean verbs and adjectives consist of two parts; "어간" is the former part which always remains the same. The latter part is called "어미" which changes into various forms in different contexts, …

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[Term] 어간 (stem)

Korean verbs and adjectives consist of two parts; "어간" is the former part which always remains the same. The latter part is called "어미" which changes into various forms in different contexts, …

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[Term] 받침 (final consonant)

In the form of vowel+consonant or consonant+vowel+consonant, the final consonant written at the bottom of the syllable is called a "받침". For example, 'ㅇ' is the final consonant of '방', and '…

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[Term] 글자 (letter/character)

Each korean letter is called a "글자". "이 글자" is "this letter", "한 글자" is "one letter", "이 글자 어떻게 읽어요?" is "How do you pronounce this letter?"

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[Term] 문장 (sentence)

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[Term] 절 (clause)

"절" has a subject and a verb, but it is not a sentence in itself. "절" is only used as a part of one full sentence, functioning as noun cluse, predicate clause, adjective clause, adnominal clause, …

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[Term] 구 (phrase)

"구" is a simple group of words, and those words do not make up a sentence. There are noun phrase, verb phrase, adjective phrase, adnominal phrase, adverb phrase. "그녀는 정말 아름다웠다.…

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[Term] 어절 (syntactic word)

In Korean sentences, letters written together without a space is called "어절". "숙제를 하느라 밤을 꼬박 세웠다". This sentence has 5 syntactic words("숙제를", "하느라", "밤을"…

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