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Saraサラ사라

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2019.04.16 13:57

Please correct my sentences! I’ve only been studying one month

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1) The soup is a little cold: 수프가조금차갑습니다.
2) Today is very cold: 오늘는아주춥니다
3) I really like Korea: 저는한국이정말좋아합니다.
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  • Min 2019.04.16 13:59

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    1) The soup is a little cold: 수프가조금차갑습니다.

    1) The soup is a little cold: 수프가 조금 차갑습니다.

    2) Today is very cold: 오늘아주춥니다

    2) Today is very cold: 오늘아주 니다.

    3) I really like Korea: 저는한국이정말좋아합니다.

    3) I really like Korea: 저는 한국이 정말 니다.

  • 모모 2019.04.16 13:59

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    2) Today is very cold: 오늘아주춥니다

    2) Today is very cold: 오늘아주 니다

    3) I really like Korea: 저는한국정말좋아합니다.

    3) I really like Korea: 저는 한국정말 좋아합니다.

  • lisbon 2019.04.16 14:05

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    You are saying in written language. These are spoken languages. 1 스프가 좀(조금) 차가워요 2 오늘 아주 춥네요 3 저는 한국 정말 좋아해요
  • Yu Byeonggi 2019.04.16 14:05

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    Did you really study for a month?
  • lisbon 2019.04.16 14:06

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    Just one month?really? Awesome
  • Saraサラ사라 2019.04.16 14:12

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    @Yu Byeonggi yes. Why?
  • Yu 2019.04.20 05:30

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    In Korean, “-은/는”—these two are only can be attached on the end of “Subject”— and “-이”, “-가” only could be attached on the end of “Subject” and “Indirect Object” , while “-을, -를” could be only attached on the end of “(direct) Object” in Sentence. So In Sentnce 3), you should use “-을” attaching to the end of the Object (“한국”). And In Sentence 2) “오늘 아주 춥습니다” (one of who’s correcting above) is equal to “It’s very cold today” in English, to be exact. And the reason that can be possible is “today” in Eng, and “오늘” in Kor, can also be used as noun & adverb in each language.
  • Saraサラ사라 2019.04.20 05:32

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    @ Yu ok...
  • Ben Han 2019.05.17 13:57

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    쏘쿨
  • Dambi 2019.06.18 11:27

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    1) The soup is a little cold: 수프가조금차갑습니다.

    1) The soup is a little cold: 수프가 조금 차갑습니다.

    2) Today is very cold: 오늘아주춥니다

    2) Today is very cold: 오늘아주 니다

    3) I really like Korea: 저는한국이정말좋아합니다.

    3) I really like Korea: 저는 한국이 정말 니다.

  • S.H. Jeon 2019.07.05 00:28

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    1) The soup is a little cold: 수프가조금차갑습니다.

    1) The soup is a little cold: 수프가 좀 식었어요 is better to say

    2) Today is very cold: 오늘아주춥니다

    2) Today is very cold: 오늘아주 니다

    3) I really like Korea: 저는한국정말좋아합니다.

    3) I really like Korea: 저는 한국정말 좋아합니다.

  • 윤석원 2019.07.13 02:06

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    1) The soup is a little cold: 수프가조금차갑습니다.

    1) The soup is a little cold: 수프가 조금 차갑습니다. OR 수프가 조금 차가워요

    2) Today is very cold: 오늘는아주춥니다

    2) Today is very cold: 오늘는아주춥니다 OR 오늘은 아주 추워요

    3) I really like Korea: 저는한국이정말좋아합니다.

    3) I really like Korea: 저는한국이 정말 좋아요 OR 저는 한국을 정말 좋아해요

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