4/4/2020 – Day 3

Korean verbs and adjectives are made of stems and endings. The stems of verbs and adjectives do not stand alone, and they are always conjugated by various or inflectional endings. These endings carry various grammatical information and roles such as tense, aspect, and speech levels.

Exercise 3
Conjugate each verb or adjective with the polite speech level ending and try to look up for its meaning.
Example: 건너다-> 건너요 to walk across

  1. 열다 -> 열어요 to open
  2. 팔다 -> 팔아요 to sell
  3. 버리다 -> 버려요 to throw away
  4. 닫다 -> 닫아요 to be closed
  5. 마치다 -> 마쳐요 to be done
  6. 빌리다 -> 빌려요 to borrow
  7. 씻다 -> 씻어요 to wash
  8. 일어나다 -> 일어나요 to wake up
  9. 타다 -> 타요 to ride on
  10. 좋다 -> 좋아요 to be good
  11. 재미있다 -> 재미있어요 to be fun
  12. 하다 -> 해요 to do
  13. 멀다 -> 멀어요 to be far
  14. 달다 -> 달아요 to be sweet
  15. 아프다 -> 아파요 to be sick
  16. 흐리다 -> 흐려요 to be cloudy
  17. 싱싱하다 -> 싱싱해요 to be fresh