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Talk to Me In Korean Lesson 1

Talk to Me In Korean Lesson 1

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TalkToMeInKorean.com -FreeKorean Lesson Notes
LEVEL 1 LESSON 23
This PDF is to be used along with the MP3 audio lesson available at TalkToMeInKorean.com.
Please feel free to share TalkToMeInKorean’s free Korean lessons and PDF les with anybody whois studying Korean. If you have any questions or feedback, visit TalkToMeInKorean.com.
누구
[nu-gu] = whoRemember the subject markers and the topic markers?
Subject markers: 이 [i] / 가 [ga]Topic markers: 은 [eun] / 는 [neun]
Subject markers emphasize the subject and shows ‘
who
’ did something, or ‘
what
’ is being de-scribed, and topic markers emphasize the
topic
of your sentence and shows
‘what’ or ‘whom’you are talking about
.When you want to ask simple questions like “Who did it?” “Who helped her?” or “Who madeit?”, you are emphasizing the subject, which is the word “who” here, so you need to use the
subject marker 이 [i] or 가 [ga].누구 ends in a vowel so it would have to be followed by 가,
but “
누구 plus 가
” changes to “
누가
” instead of “누구가”누구 [nu-gu] = who누구 [nu-gu] + 가 [ga] = 누구가 -->
누가
[nu-ga]Remember that this is ONLY when you are emphasizing ‘who’ as the subject of an action orstate.Compare these examples:

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