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Monday at 06:30 PM
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Friday at 10:37 PM
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Hi Denise,


Thanks for posting. This phrase comes from the verb 쓰다 (use). When conjugated, if the last syllable of the stem contains any vowel other than 오, 아, and is not a 하다 verb then it becomes an 어. In this case. the last syllable of the verb stem is ㅡ, which is why it became ㅓ

쓰다-->쓰-->ㅆ+ㅓ-->써


~서 is a connecting phrase. It is usually attached to verbs and adjectives.

A ~(verb)서 B (verb)요. -->I do the action A to do action B.

The examples are in the above sentences.


Hope this was of help.

Cheers,

Lyn

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Denise
Wednesday at 02:01 PM
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What specifically does "써서" mean in each of the sentences? Is it "use"? Can you provide an explanation of the grammar structure used for these sentences?

Thanks!

KoreanClass101.com
Thursday at 09:20 AM
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Hi Princess Jordan,


Thanks for posting. We'll give you the vocabulary, please try to put it together!


대학생=college student

입니다=am


or


대학교에=at college


다니고 있다=am attending.


Cheers!

Lyn

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Princess Jordan
Monday at 04:15 AM
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What if you want to say that you're currently in college? How would it be said and/or written?

KoreanClass101.com
Saturday at 04:35 AM
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Hi Diyadshetty,


The sentence format is 저는 ~입니다.

doctor=의사

accountant=회계사


Jus insert the words into the sentence structure and you will be able to come up with the sentences.


Best,

Lyn

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Diyadshetty
Friday at 12:11 PM
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What can we say for ' I'm a doctor' and ' I'm an accountant', in korean