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==Description==
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'''V + 어/아/여 가다''': Description
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'''V + 어/아/여 오다'''
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===Notes===
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==Conjugation Rule==
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{{Conjugation table
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|Pattern1=  <!--No 받침 pattern-->
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|Examples1=  <!--Examples, use <br> between each example-->
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|Pattern2=  <!--받침 example pattern-->
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|Examples2= <!--Examples, use <br> between each example-->
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}}
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==Sentence Examples==
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{{Example table
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|Korex1 =모든 것이 잘 되어 가요.
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|Engex1 =Everything is going to be fine.
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|Comment1 =Polite informal form
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|Korex2 =문제를 다 풀어 가요.
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|Engex2 =I'm almost finished solving the problem.
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|Comment2 =Polite informal form
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|Korex3 =앞으로는 혼자의 힘으로 살아 갈 거예요.
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|Engex3 =From now in I am going to carry on my life with my own strength.
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|Comment3 =Polite informal form
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|Korex4 =건물이 완성되어 가요.
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|Engex4 =The building is going to complete.
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|Comment4 =Polite informal form
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|Korex5 =
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|Engex5 =
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|Comment5 =
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|Korex6 =버스가 이쪽으로 달려 와요.
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|Engex6 =The bus is racing toward us in this direction.
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|Comment6 =Polite informal form
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|Korex7 =저는 그 할머니를 어머니처럼 모셔 왔어요.
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|Engex7 =I've cared for that old lady like my own mother
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|Comment7 =Polite informal form
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|Korex8 =나는 꾸준히 노력해 왔어요.
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|Engex8 =I've tried steadily.
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|Comment8 =Polite informal form
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|Korex9 =나는 열심히 일해 왔어요.
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|Engex9 =I've worked hard.
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|Comment9 =Polite informal form
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|Korex10 =
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|Engex10 =
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|Comment10 =
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}}
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==Pronunciation==
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*Special pronunciation rule?
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==See Also==
 
==See Also==
 
*[[V + 어/아 오다]]
 
*[[V + 어/아 오다]]
  
 
snu green pg93
 
snu green pg93
[[Category:SNU Level 2 Grammar]]
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[[Category:SNU level 2 grammar]]

Latest revision as of 01:09, 25 April 2011

Description

V + 어/아/여 가다: Description V + 어/아/여 오다

Notes

Conjugation Rule

Conjugation Rule
Pattern Case Example
Rule 1: If there is no 받침 or if the adj/verb stem ends with a ㄹ 받침
Rule 2: If there is a 받침 at the end of the adj/verb stem


Sentence Examples

Korean English Notes
모든 것이 잘 되어 가요. Everything is going to be fine. Polite informal form
문제를 다 풀어 가요. I'm almost finished solving the problem. Polite informal form
앞으로는 혼자의 힘으로 살아 갈 거예요. From now in I am going to carry on my life with my own strength. Polite informal form
건물이 완성되어 가요. The building is going to complete. Polite informal form
버스가 이쪽으로 달려 와요. The bus is racing toward us in this direction. Polite informal form
저는 그 할머니를 어머니처럼 모셔 왔어요. I've cared for that old lady like my own mother Polite informal form
나는 꾸준히 노력해 왔어요. I've tried steadily. Polite informal form
나는 열심히 일해 왔어요. I've worked hard. Polite informal form


Pronunciation

  • Special pronunciation rule?


See Also

snu green pg93