Korean Grammar Beg. ~Special Conjugation Grammar Rules of Verbs & Adjectives

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ㅅ Conjugation Rule

When the stem ends in , the is removed when the next
syllable starts with a vowel. For example, 짓 (build) becomes
지어요( build) and 지으면 (if you build).

ㄷConjugation Rule

When the stem ends in , the is removed when the next
syllable starts with a vowel . For example, 듣 becomes 들어요
(listen).

ㄹConjugation Rule

When the stem ends in , the is removed when the next
syllable starts with ㄴ, ㄹ, ㅂ, 오, or 시 . For example, 길(long)
becomes 깁니다 (is long) and 기니까 (because it’s long).

ㅂConjugation Rule

When the stem ends in , the changes into 오 before +아
and 우 before +어. For example, 돕 becomes 도와요(help)
and 아름답 becomes 아름다워요(beautiful).

으 Conjugation Rule

When the stem ends in , the is deleted when the next
syllable starts with a vowel. For example, 크 (big)
becomes 커요(is big) and 아프(sick) becomes 아파요(is sick).

르 Conjugation Rule

When forming the +아/어 form of stems that end in , is
deleted and +ㄹ라/ㄹ러 are added to the stem. For example
자르 becomes 잘라요(cut) and 부르 becomes 불러요(sing).

여 Conjugation Rule

For stems ending in , 하여 can be found instead of in
some formal writing.

ㅎ Conjugation Rule

When the adjective stem ends in , the is deleted when the
next syllable starts with ㄴ or ㅁ. For example, 파랗
becomes 파라면 (if…is blue).

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