Korean/Adjectives

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Adjectives come in two forms in Korean. In their main form, they are inflected like verbs (i.e. with honorifics, tense, and speech levels) and come at the end of their sentence or clause.

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Adjectives also have an "attributive" form that ends in ㄴ (often 은). Grammatically, adjectives in this form are 관형사 ("determiners"), which always come before the noun they modify.

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Some abstract Korean nouns translate as adjectives:

Learn Korean (Introduction)Reading and writing
Conversation1단계: Beginner2단계: High beginner3단계: Low intermediate4단계: High intermediate5단계: Low advanced6단계: Advanced

Grammar: Sentence word orderVerbsNounsParticlesPersonal pronounsDemonstrative pronounsAdjectivesDeterminersConjunctionsComparatives & superlativesForming questionsForming commandsForming dates & times

Last modified on 15 September 2010, at 08:25