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daily update part 4 πŸ˜‹
today we are going to learn about the verb "μžˆλ‹€" which means to have and to be at a place. so if you meant to use the verb to be at a place then you add "에" to the place (basically attach to the helping noun) so an example is : " λ‚˜λŠ” μΊλ‚˜λ‹€μ— μžˆμš”" so basically "λ‚˜λ‹Œ" means "I" "μΊλ‚˜λ‹€μ—" means "to Canada" (I added 에 to canada so it would make "to canada" ) and "μžˆμš”" means "I go" so all together λ‚˜λŠ” μΊλ‚˜λ‹€μ— μžˆμš” means I go to canada recap: remember to add "에" to the place when using the verb μžˆλ‹€ because it can mean something entirely different if you don't okay so now using the verb to have "μžˆλ‹€" now this is a little different. the word that is your object can have two endings based on the last letter example: 작자 = magazine ( but the last letter in the word is "ㅏ" so you have to attach the ending "κ°€" to it to show that it is an object) therefore the word magazine is actually μž‘μžκ°€ example 2: 펭 = pen (but since the last letter of the word was γ…‡ then you have to add the personal consonant object ending "이" ) therefore the actual writting of pen is 펭이 now that we got all that sorted out we can learn how to use it in a sentence: if I wanted to say "I have a magazine " I would write "λ‚˜λŠ” μž‘μžκ°€ μžˆμš”" (refer to lesson one about personal ending in the first person singular verb conjugation) if I wanted to say "I have a pen" I would write "λ‚˜λŠ” 펜이 μžˆμš”" thanks for reading!
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