Informal "Am, Is, Are" in Korean
In our previous chapter, we delved into the formal usage of "Am, Is, Are" in Korean. Now, let's explore the informal way to express this concept:
"It is something."
For this chapter, we'll work with these five nouns to grasp the sentence structure:
For nouns ending with a consonant sound:
Noun + 이에요(i-eyo) = It is (a) noun.
|= 집이에요.||Jibi-eyo||It's a house.|
|👨👩👧👦가족||= 가족이에요.||Kajogi-eyo||It's a family.|
|📱핸드폰||= 핸드폰이에요.||Haen-deu-poni-eyo||It's a phone.|
For nouns ending with a vowel sound:
Noun + 예요(yeyo) = It is (a) noun.
|= 자동차예요.||Jadongcha-yeyo||It's a car.|
|🏫학교||= 학교예요.||Hakgyo-yeyo||It's a school.|
Now, let's see these sentences with their Korean meanings and pronunciations:
1. It's a house.
2. It's a family.
3. It's a phone.
4. It's a car.
5. It's a school.
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