Korean parts of speech in the Korean language is called by the name 품사. In English, there are eight parts of speech but there are nine Korean parts of speech in Korea. It is very important to learn about the part of speech because it has a vital role to learn any (grammar) language, so knowing the correct grammar can make new sentences more accurate. It is also important to memorize a lot of vocabulary but grammar is important too.
Korean parts of speech
Korean parts of speech are
a noun is 명사. A word referring to the name of an object or place, event, abstract concept etc.
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a pronoun is 대명사. Pronouns is a word in place of nouns like you/he/she etc.
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the number is 수사 Susa. A word indicating the quantity or order of things like 1 2 3, first, second, third.
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verb is동사. A word indicating action like study, do, eat.
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An adjective is 형용사. It is a word that describes the appearance or condition of an object.
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A determiner is관형사. It is a word that makes up a substantive in front of (a noun, a pronoun, a number)
new car 새 자동차
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An adverb is 부사. It is a word that embellishes a predicate (verb, adjective). Very, really
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an interjection is 감탄사 in the Korean language. A simple expression of the speaker’s feelings etc. wow is an example of Korean interjection.
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post-position is 조사 in Korean. Words that express or adds meaning to the grammatical relation between the word and the other words, attached to the place of self-reliance morpheme, postposition, or end(ing) of a word.
은, 는, 이, 가, 을, 를
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These are Korean parts of speech that can be found in both Korean and English languages.
These are Korean parts of speech that can be found in the Korean language only.
These are Korean parts of speech that can be found in the English language only.