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"later" in hangul vs. "to be"

Posted: February 20th, 2012 1:20 am
by Geri19571222
itt da with "tt" as ssang sheut at the bottom means "to be" (I cannot toggle between English and Korean; it messes up my computer)

itt da goh meaning "later" is not in the dictionary.

A)I am confused about the difference.

B) what is the Korean spelling for "later"; is a jeut used or sang sheut at the bottom of the first syllable?
Can you send a response to my email; I can easily receive the answer.

ko map sum ni da !
Gerianne

Posted: February 20th, 2012 5:56 am
by trutherous
있다가 (itt da gah) = a little later

있다가
afterward(s); later (on); after a time .
있다
1. be, stand, be located, be situated, lie
2. have, be equipped with, be provided with
3. be, exist, be found

있다고 (itt da goh) = (I) told you it is -or-(I) told you (I) have it -or- said it is (said it exists, is in possession)