ADVERBS KOREAN 그러나: However or but still 아니

조금

반드시 '그러면'의 준말

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한층 더

안: ~ not ~ + VERB 더: More 그리고: And or and then 잘: Well 다시: Again 다: All, everything 좀: A little 함께: Together, with 많이: A lot 가장: Most 바로: Right, correctly 그래서: And so accordingly 그런데: But or however 모두: Everybody 왜: Why? 지금: Now 아직: Still 같이: Together 못: Cannot 물론: Of course 너무: Too much 아주: Extremely 먼저: First 얼마나: How many, how much ; very 곧: Soon 서로: mutually,one another 정말: Really 매우: Very 꼭: For sure 계속: Continuously 그럼: Certainly or of course. 하지만: But, nevertheless 갑자기: Suddenly 빨리: Quickly 참: really,truly 그러면: If so or if that is the case 열심히: Enthusiastically,with zeal 벌써: Already 잠시: For a little while 아마: Probably 조금: A little 항상: Always 그러니까: And so it is that 언제나: everytime,always 아니: Not 가끔: Sometimes 보다: More than, greater than .... 언제: when,at what time 오래: Long, for a long time 그렇지만: But or however 일찍: Early 매일: Every day 왜냐하면: Because 어서: Quickly 2) kindly

천천히: Slowly 어제: Yesterday 잠깐: For a little while 안녕히: Peacefull

없이: Without 특히: Especially 이미: Already 및: As well as 즉: namely,that is to say, i.e. (X 즉 Y means that x and y are the same thing) 그냥: Just because or in that condition 거의: Almost or nearly 역시: As expected, likewise 현재: The present time, now, at present 우선: First of all, before everything 전혀: entirely,utterly,completely 직접: Directly 근데: But or however 마치: As though, as if 스스로: On its own, of its own free will 제대로: As proper. as is suitable 한편: One side, one way 주로: principally,mainly 훨씬: By far, very much so 약간: Somewhat 사실: Actually, really 아무리: However much 늘: Always 그만: That much or a little amount 각각: Each and every (applied to both of 2 options) 반드시: Most certainly 완전히: completely,perfectly 별로: Especially, particularly; not really + neg. 혹은: If that’s not the case 새로: newly,anew 멀리: Far away 흔히: Generally, commonly ; often 얼른: Fast, quickly, rapidly 그러므로: So or hence or therefore 점점: More and more, by degrees 너무나: Extremely 막: Carelessly, at random ; (2) at exactly that time 무척: Extremely 가득: Full 충분히: Enough, sufficiently 미리: Beforehand 점차: gradually,in steps 어쩌면: (1) it is possible that 아마도 2) how on earth, how the hell 아까: A little while ago 단지: Simple, merely 자꾸: Constantly, repeatedly 그리: So or to that extent, so much as 게다가: In addition 적어도: At the least 분명히: Obviously 마침내: Finally, in the end

그런데

그 정도까지만

마구 ~ 차다

그러한 모양

바로 지금

그만큼: That much or to that extent 금방: Just now or a moment ago 꽤: Fairly or considerably 깊이: Deepness 겨우: Barely or narrowly. 간신히 비교적: Comparatively 몹시: Extremely 가까이: Close to, not far 언젠가: One of these days, at some time in the future 가만히: Quietly or softly 조금씩: A little at a time, little by little 잘못: wrong,mistake 보통: Usually 단순히: Simply 막: Just now 깨끗이: Clean or neatly 아무래도: Never on any account, no matter what 어느새: In no time, quickly 조용히: Quietly 살짝: (1) softly,lightly,just a little (2) furtively, stealthily 아마도: Probably 오직: Only, merely, solely 덜: Less, incompletely 잔뜩: extremely,to the utmost 굉장히: Very very much or greatly 대단히: Extremely 마주: Face to face 온통: Wholly, entirely 자세히: In detail 정확히: Exactly 마침: Just, exactly 한꺼번에: All at once 몰래: secretly,quietly 무조건: Unconditional 끝내: The end 확실히: certainly,for sure 내내: All along, the entire time 정말로: Really 굳이: Firmly or admanantly 솔직히: frankly,candidly 그다지: So much or to that extent 절대로: Absolutely 해마다: Every year, each year 높이: High, aloft (adverb) 당연히: Of course 마구: continuously, without pause 내지: From A to B, the inclusive contents 유난히: uncommon,exceptional 특별히: Especially

분명: Obviousness 하여튼: Anyways 함부로: Indiscriminately, at random 깜짝: With a surprise 매년: Every year 적당히: suitable,proper 방금: Just now

놀라는 모양

~ 오너라

저곳으로

꾸준히: Untiringly, ceaselessly 마음대로: As you wish 우연히: accidentally,by chance 아무튼: In any case 왠지: I don’t know why, there is no reason for it 간단히: Simply speaking 제법: quite,fairly,considerably 곧바로: At once or straight away 하하: Ha ha ha ha ha 절대: Absoluteness 영원히: Forever 이리: This way, this direction 제발: kindly,please 각자: Each one or every one 자꾸만: Repeatedly (emphasized) 다행히: Fortunately 어쩐지: (1) somehow, in a strange way ; (2) in combination with an ending giving a reason to place stress on the action of the verb 도로: Back, same as ever, same as it was before 푹: Completely, entirely rested (deep sleep, long rest) 오래도록: For long, a long while 저리: That place 편히: Easily, comfortably 엊그제: The day before yesterday, a few days ago 깜빡: With a flash or twinkle 이따가: A little late

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