All About Korean Particles (은/는, 이/가, 을/를, 에, 에서, 와/과) (1) | 한국언니 Korean Unnie

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This is Korean only that makes learning Korean fun and easy. And in this episode of Korean elite, we are finally going to learn all about the Korean Chronicles part, one, the particles that we are going to learn today are and then Like an s, ha, ha, ha, in this video, you are going to see how these particles are actually used in Korean sentences and learn how to make a sentence how to structure a sentence using these particles, then let's start. Alright and moon. Our topic markers you use in when the word before ends with the consonant, and you use min when the word before ends with the vowel, for example, mom then my ends with the vowel. Ah, so magnon and word ends with a consonant little not mood. So it's blue, then topic markers Odin and noon are often confused with the subject markers, E and car.

And many people ask me questions, what are the differences between inland and eek? Ah, what are the differences between the topic markers and the subject markers. And I can tell you all the reasons grammatically and write it down for you speak it out for you, but that doesn't really practically help the best way to learn these and learn how to distinguish these are just practicing the sentences that they are used in practicing the structure or practicing the pattern. And then eventually you get used to the sentence structure, get used to the pattern and make it yours, practice and make it yours. Then let's see how these topic markers hewn and noon are used in. Sentences number one noun now, Amid first one is mound amen now Anita like when you are introducing yourself, just like shaman would have Anita or Tony, tango Ghana, Anita, Nathan, hang Google name note that the verb ending can change according to the verb tense and formality. For example, Tony in Hangul anemia can be non-animal, near NAAFA and humble on you, I see.

So many people making mistakes when they're introducing their name like they say it. A God blessing me that or even this famous YouTuber in. Korean Englishman, he made a mistake J to meet you.

She will J to meet you. She will tell then how long you need. AA Google Hale write down your name below using this structure tonic named Anita through the company's. Second sentence structure is noun in the descriptive verb noun in descriptive verb, Dive refers to descriptive verb in Korean language, descriptive verbs, which are adjectives come are located out of place where verbs are located. So we call them descriptive verbs.

Slowly, get used. To these terms, and these are not what I invented in actual Korean education system like Korean language as a foreign as a second language. We teach people with these terms so get used to it Adam gun yet Buddha, the bag is pretty Buddha Tampa. The water is cold cannot even poppy. The dog is cute it's, simple, but there's something you need to be careful in this structure when you use these topic markers in and noon. It implies that there is a function of emphases.

And or contrast, unlike when you. Are using subject markers, e and cot in the same structure as now? E, ha, descriptive verb, form. So for example, pagan yet, Buddha, the bag is pretty implies that.

Maybe another thing is not that pretty wooden tag up top. The water is cold, actually it implies that possibly another thing is not cooled. And the water is cold. And last week, conga Kept, the dog is cute. This also implies that the dog is cute. But the other thing is not that cute all right.

This is it for the topic marker see-ha and let's move on. To the subject particles II and these hops II and ha are subject particles. So it shows that the word that jumps before E and Khan is the subject of the sentence. You use e when the word that comes before E ends with the consonant, and you use cow in the word that comes before aka and with the vowel then let's, look at the first basic sentence structure. We can make with E and number one now, Nice Anita, it's, not now Tong, Davis, Anita, it's, not the answer Conan, horsey, me, Anita sons and Amiga he's, not a. Student he's, a teacher, they got a NIA it's. Not me.

Second structure is noun. Yah, yah, often, Nanak, Nam, JA, cingula. It the I have a boyfriend Anna. Yo, the, Tijuana, Oh, the, I, don't have a boyfriend. The last structure is now a descriptive verb just like noun in descriptive verb. So in this case with subject particles, it doesn't have a function of competent contrasting or emphasizing. So it just means what it means Fabiani.

Yeah, Buddha. The back is pretty the end. Moody Tabata.

The water is cold the end. Kannadiga guilty', the dog is cute to be it. Alright, this is it for the subject particles, e and car, pretty simple because this is Korean on you that makes everything fun in each V. The next particles we are going to learn or object particles further and food and food are object particles. So it shows that the word that comes before you and learner is the object of the sentence.

You use earlier when the word that comes before it ends with a consonant. And you use literally when the word that comes before. It ends with the vowel basic sentence structure for this particle is now the action verb AV is the acronym for action verbs, which we already know as verbs in English tagging it to read a book would mashing to drink water, Khan Houri China to play the piano, keep pattern tithe to play the guitar pi. Ordinary cuppa to play a violin. The next particle is it's. A is a very frequently used an important article in Korea, because it is used as both time particle and place particle so let's, take a closer.

Look how this particle is used in actual Korean citizen. Number one time, an action, verb, how does your mom not meet at 1:00? Hey, chef, whey, see you at 3:00 number two, number two place, an Opa. So where are you happy? Where is so I'm at school? She base, so I'm at home number three place? A ha, ha, ha, Tommy back other than place, an opp the place a.

And then the verb that comes after place, a are very restricted. They have need to be moving verbs. So the most commonly used moving verbs are. Kaaba to go Buddha to come Canada to come and go, which like actually just means to like go like how to do it honey got to go to school, hey, Saigon, Eva to go to company because like it's, it is repeated. You go to school every day.

And you go to a company every day. So we say I have to it Canada, um and I saw it humming like to come and go. Literal. Meaning us come and go.

But we don't really use it as the meaning of come and go. You know what I mean right near to the way Carillon I go to EU Island tomorrow. It's holiday why come to Seoul and basil there's also, this protocol is hope. The first way to use this particle SL is now it's all nouns got you can use both time and place for this noun.

So how does she are all say, Chicago from 1 to 3 so lets all to some catchy from Seoul to Susan path of she is, huh? Your chickadee from 5 o'clock to ten o'clock. The second way of using a salt is noun as all action. Verb, I think, if you are a sincere watcher of Korean only videos, you probably I repeated this. So many. Times like time place is all action.

Verb, Pusan. One is all cool to study at a library. Cheek. Tongue is all happy mobile to eat at a restaurant. You can practice this particular sentence pattern in the top 20 must know place where is in Korean video and also all about the Korean question, where the video so go ahead and repeat is always good for learning languages.

Finally, the last particle that we are going to learn or, wow, the sentence structure for this particle is mound blah blah now, this. One is really easy. It is simply ant or with when the word that comes before, y or pas ends with the vowel, you use la. And when the word ends with a consonant, you use so Saga la, banana apple and a banana hookah, ooh, you water and milk. There is also this particle how cool that has the exact same meaning and function with LA or Agra. So, ha, ha, ha, go panama, apple and banana whew, ha, whew, water and milk. All right.

So this is it for today. We learn total of 6, Korean particles in order to check if you. Remember them what's trying to solve one question from finally, particles choose our particle Belushi, much, Mailchimp and Annika.

Do you know what particle will go in there? She is a nickel. Ok. Now, see a mica when which time are you going to come.

So why don't we talk about this particle a when do you use this particle a there are three ways you use this a particle which is first one is, did you get it right? I hope you did if you did get it right? Why? Don't you write a comment below and say, hey, Korean, oh, yeah, I got it right? I. Am your good student, boast it to me, you know, and if you didn't get it, right, don't worry, just go back.

And why don't you watch it again? Because these particles are really important. It will come out like almost in every sentence. And these. These are like a must-know so go ahead and review if you didn't get it right? But don't worry.

And as you affected, my next video for learning Korean will be the all about the Korean particles part 2. So stay tuned and subscribe, if you. Still haven't I will miss you guys so much until the next video. And if you didn't know, I started my an account again. My ID is Korean under - under - on me.

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