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LEVEL 6 LESSON 12
In this lesson, let us take a look at how to say What do you think about ? in Korean. In our previous lesson, we introduced the expression ? [eo-ttae-yo?], which means How about ?. Sometimes this expression, ?, can also be used to mean What do you think?.

?
[eo-ttae-yo?] = How is it? = How about ? = What do you think?

But when you want to add more details to the sentence and say What do you think

about + NOUN? or What do you think about + VERB-ing?, you need to use different expressions.

There are various ways to say What do you think? in Korean, but here let us take a look at the two most commonly used expressions.

1.

[eo-tteo-ke saeng-ga-kae-yo?] = What do you think?

2.

[eo-tteon geot ga-ta-yo?] = What do you think?

The word what is used in English because you ask what is on someones mind or what are

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LEVEL 6 LESSON 12
their thoughts about a certain topic, but in Korean, you use the word for how because you are asking about how someone looks at the matter or how they think something is.

The basic verb for to be how is [eo-tteo-ta] and when you change it to the adverb form, it becomes [eo-tteo-ke].

? is literally translated as HOW think?

? is literally translated as HOW it seems? or What kind of thing it seems like? (**To review on the -(/) , go back to Level 3 Lesson 9.)

What do you think ABOUT + NOUN?


The expression for about in Korean is - [-e dae-hae-seo].

About school = About me = (formal language), (casual language) About what =

What do you think about _______? = _______ ? = _______ ?

What do you think ABOUT + VERB-ing?


In order to use about / - after it, the verb needs to be changed to the noun form of - [-neun geot].

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LEVEL 6 LESSON 12
= to do it like this = about doing it this way

= to ask = about asking

Sample Sentences
1. ? [i chae-ge dae-hae-seo eo-tteo-ke saeng-ga-ka-se-yo?] = What do you think about this book?

? [i chaek eo-tteon geot ga-ta-yo?] = What do you think about this book?

2. ? [eo-ril ttae yu-ha-geul ga-neun geo-se dae-hae-seo eo-tteo-ke saeng-ga-ka-se-yo?] = What do you think about studying abroad at a young age?

, ? [eo-ril ttae yu-hak ga-neun geo, eo-tteon geot ga-ta-yo?] = What do you think about studying abroad at a young age?

3. ? [ je a-i-di-eo-e dae-hae-seo eo-tteo-ke saeng-ga-ka-se-yo?] = What do you think about my idea?

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LEVEL 6 LESSON 12
? [ je a-i-di-eo eo-tteon geot ga-ta-yo?] = What do you think about my idea?

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