Some suggested that I post verb of the day, so I will be doing this type of post moving forward. It can be any word may it be verb, noun or adjective. I will try to use them in the different forms that I know, this way I really get to practice usage of words.
First Word of the Day (WOTD) is 공부하다 (gongbuhada) this is the dictionary form of the word which means ‘to learn’. If you want to use this in conversation or sentence you need to get its base form or root for simpler terms since this is the form where you start doing conjugation. The base form of this word is 공부하 (gongbuha), as I previously learned a verb in Korean may either end in ㅓ (eo) or ㅏ (a), and this is done by adding this to the base form the verb. The result of such is what is called verb in infinitive form. There are some rules that has to be considered in doing this. The infinitive form of this verb is 공부해 (gongbuhae), from this form usage of this verb can already be done especially on the casual and polite manner.
- 한국어를 공부해요. (Hangugeoreul gongbuhaeyo) – I am studying Korean or I study Korean.
- 한국어를 공부하고 있어요. (Hangugeoreul gongbugo isseoyo) – I am studying Korean. (Note: Currently in the act of studying)
- 한국어를 공부하고 싶어요. (Hangugeoreul gongbuhago shipeoyo) – I want to study Korean.
- 한국어를 공부하세요. (Hangugeoreul gongbuhaseyo) – Please study Korean.
- 한국어를 공부했어요. (Hangugeoreul gongbuhaesseoyo) – I studied Korean.
- 한국어를 공부해겠어요. (Hangugeoreul gongbuhaekesseoyo) – I will (have the intention) study Korean.
- 한국어를 공부할 거에요. (Hangugeoreul gongbuhal koeyo) – I will be studying Korean (there is certainty of doing it in the near future).
우리 함께 한국어를 공부하십시오. (Uri hamkke hangugeoreul gonbuhashipsio). Together let us study Korean =)