By Randolph Quirk, Sidney Greenbaum, Geoffrey Leech, Jan Svartvik
An necessary shop of knowledge at the English language, written via a few of the best-known grammarians on this planet.
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My younger brother is short. 부디 씨는 운동을 잘해요. 그렇지만 공부는 못해요. Budi is good at sports. Studying , however, is not his forte. Grammar Focus ...... 1 은/는 designates the t opic , or the target of exposition , of a partic비ar sentence or group of sentences. Thus it means the same as ‘as for’ 。r ‘ regarding ’ For words ending in a vowel , 는 is added , and for words ending in a consonant , 은 is added • 저는 한국사람입니다 |’ m • 리처드 씨는 29살입니 다 Richard is 29 years old. • 제 직엽은 변호사입니다 I’m a lawyer. Korean 2 은/는 is also used when referring t o something mentioned earlier in a conversation or when talking about som하hi ng already known by both sides in the conversation.
There’s Jaejun coming (this way). ‘~rammar Focus ..... 1 01/가 is added to the end of a subject to designate it as the subject of the sentence. For words ending a vowel , 가 is added , and for words ending in a consonant , 2 01 is added. • 조엘 씨가 빵을 먹어요. Joel eats bread · 과일이 너무비싸요. The fruit is too expensive 01/가 also functions to particularly emphasize the preceding su이ect A 누가음식을준비할거예요? Wh。’s B 줍호씨가음식을준비할거예요. Junho will prepare the food going to prepare the food? ) A 누가안왔어요? Who hasn ’ t arrived?
What did you do yesterday? B 집에서 쉬고 있었어요 (x) - ’ 집에서 쉬었어요 ( 이 1relaxed at home Look at the pictures and 보기 꺼 11 in the blanks as shown in the example A 지금뭐 해요? B 피아노를 "1 고 앗어요. (피아노를치다) (1) 양웹3c￡줍Xi룹~} : 지금 뭐 해요? -동-’‘ A 요즘 뭐 해요? '\~‘「g·융~ “ A 운룡 씨가 지금 공부 를해요? B 아니요， (밥을먹다) (4) r ‘ f ‘묶짧。 ì 옳뽑혈뺏 A (한국어를배우다) 무엇을 찾고 있었어요? B (반지를찾다) 1. Tenses ::::: Past Perfect Tense AN-잊센었었어요 펼뤘 미국에 갔었어요. S. ) 중국에서 살았었어요. 1(have) lived in China. ) 아버지가 풍풍했었어요. ) Grammar Focus ...... This pattern is used to express something or a situation that occurred in the past but did not continue or something separate from the present because it occurred much earlier than w hen the speaker is describing it.