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On 03, Jun 2013 | No Comments | In | By mwilson

Korean Language Fundamentals – Nouns With a Plural Marker

To make nouns plural in Korean, you can add -들 — deul to the end of it and it works like adding ‘-s’ or ‘-es’ to a noun in English. There is no variation of original nouns. When a noun is accompanied by adjectives or used as a subject, the plural form with –들- deul is more frequently used.

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Korean Language Fundamentals – Writing Syllables with Multiple Consonants

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Korean Language Grammar – To Do Action Verbs

I worked for Transparent Language for 3 years, developing animated language grammar and fundamentals educational videos that are used in their CL-150 Technology Matrix for teaching critical languages. During that time I developed nearly 600 videos spanning over 65 languages. This video is called Korean – To Do Action Verbs

In Korean, we express what we’re doing by adding the action verb 해요 – haeyo (do/does) to a noun like “work” or “exercise” or “cuisine”: “to do work” = “to work,” “to do exercise” = “to exercise,” and “to do cuisine” = “to cook.”

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