Changing Parts of Speech: Noun Modifying Verb/Adjective: -(으)ㄴ / -는 / -(으)ㄹ

Nick Weymiens

Hi, my name is Nick. I currently live in Belgium with my Korean partner. Meeting my Korean partner has set me on a path that has made me experience so much. Because of that I am currently learning Chinese and Korean and I hope you will join that amazing journey.

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2 Responses

  1. Atiey says:

    Hello, im just confuse. Do we have to use the modified term? And when is the perfect time or situation that we need to modified the verbs?

    • Hi Atiey,

      I understand this can seem overwhelming, but this is vital Korean grammar. This one grammar topic lets you express so much more. For example as you know in Korean adjectives behave like verbs and you cannot use them attributively ss you can in English. However, with this you can do that.

      Example:

      If you want to say: The tall building is far. You can write 높은 건물이 멀어요.

      Without this grammar you cannot write such sentence in Korean so I would say this grammar topic is vital

      Hope this helped.

      Kind regards,

      Nick

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