Free Open Source Korean-English Dictionary
and then (In this sense, usually a single subject governs two clauses. 고 (go) is attached to the stem of the final verb of the first clause.)
and (In this sense, usually two clauses with different subjects express coordinated actions or descriptions. 고 (go) is attached to the stem of the final verb of the first clause.)
나는 한국어를 공부하고, 그는 영어를 공부해요.
Naneun hangugeoreul gongbuhago, geuneun yeong-eoreul gongbuhaeyo.
I am studying Korean, and he is studying English.
(in the process of) -ing (In this sense, 고 (go) is attached to the stem of the verb and is followed by 있다 (itda, “to exist”).)
a suffix used to join a main verb/adjective and its auxiliary verb/adjective.
to want to do
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