Korean Grammar Beg. ~도 (Also, Too)

by • September 28, 2013 • Beginner GrammarComments (2)2676

도 = Also, Too

The Korean Grammar point “” is used after a subject and object nouns, to show the listing or subjects and objects or an addition of a subject or object to one mentioned previously. Basically the grammar point is the same as “also” and “too” in English.


Example of Korean Grammar “도”

거기 있었니?   Were you there also?

아버지는 키가 커요. 그리고 저 키가 커요. My farther is tall. Also i am tall too.

제임스는 한국말 잫 해요. 그런데 젠니를 잘 해요. James speaks Korean well. Jennie too speaks well.

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