[Part-of-speech] 부사 (adverb)

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[Component] 관형어 (adnominal phrase)

"관형사(part of speech)" is not "관형어(constituent of sentence)", "관형사" is subset of "관형어". "관형어" is a word or phrase that modifies "체언(nouns, pronouns, numerals)". "새 …

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[Component] 보어 (complement)

"되다(become)" and "아니다(be not)" need not only a subject but also another "체언(nouns, pronouns, numerals)". That necessary part is called "보어", and the "체언" is usually used with the…

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[Component] 서술어 (predicate)

"서술어" illustrates what the subject is/is like/does. "Stem+ending" form of a(n) adjective/verb, predicate phrase, postposition "이다", etc. becomes the predicate in a sentence. "

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[Component] 목적어 (object)

"목적어" is the object of the subject's action. "나는 책을 읽는다.", "책을" is "object". (cf. "책" is "book", "을" is "postposition")

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[Component] 주어 (subject)

"주어" is like a main character of a sentence. It is somebody/something that you are going to talk or write about. "나는 책을 읽는다.", "나는" is "subject". (cf. "나" is "pronoun", "는"…

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[Component] 문장성분 (constituent of sentence)

Each word plays a certain role in a sentence. "문장성분" distinguishes the role each word plays in a sentence. They are subject, object, predicate, complement, determiner, adverb, etc.

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[Part-of-speech] 감탄사 (exclamation)

An exclamation is a sound or word that expresses feelings (surprise, excitement…) or is used to call or repliy to somebody. Their positions are free of any restrictions. "아!", "어머!", "예", …

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[Part-of-speech] 조사 (postposition)

Postpositions mostly comes after a noun but it can be added to a verb, adjective, adverb, too. When a noun is followed by a postposition, it shows the noun's grammatical role and adds certain meaning.…

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[Part-of-speech] 부사 (adverb)

"부사" modifies the verb, adjective, another adverb, or the whole sentence, suggesting more information about action, event, or situation. "정말 감사합니다." is "Thank you very much.", "정…

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[Part-of-speech] 관형사 (determiner)

"관형사" modifies a noun, suggesting more information about it. "관형사" comes in front of a noun and its form does not change. "새 디자인" is "a new design". "새" is determiner.

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[Part-of-speech] 형용사 (adjective)

"형용사" equals the "adjective" in Enlgish. An adjective is used to give more information about a noun such as a person or thing. Adjectives come before a noun or close the sentence in the end. Jus…

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[Part-of-speech] 동사 (verb)

"동사" equals the "verb" in English. A verb is used to say what somebody or something does or what happens to them. Verbs usually come at the last part of a sentence. The basic form ends in "~다" ,…

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[Part-of-speech] 수사 (numeral)

"수사" represents the number or order. Korean native words and Chinese character words are both in use. For example, number 1 to 10 are as follows. Native Korean is "하나, 둘, 셋, 넷, 다섯, …

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[Part-of-speech] 대명사 (pronoun)

"대명사" equals the "pronoun" in English. We use a pronoun to indicate somebody or something instead of refering to a noun, often when it has been mentioned earlier. "그것" is "it", "그" is "h…

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[Part-of-speech] 명사 (noun)

"명사" equals the "noun" in English. It indicates a person or thing. It functions as a subject, object, or a complement in a sentence.

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