How to say “In order to” in Korean? Part B Posted by on Sep 7, 2016 in Uncategorized

Today you are going to learn how to say “In order to” in Korean. The grammar point is “V.S. + (으) 러”. Please read examples below for you study. It is future tense.

I am going to New York in order to buy a car. 차를 사러 뉴욕에 가요/cha lul sa leo New York ae ga yo. (사다 is to buy).

I will go to American in order to earn money. 돈을 벌러 미국에 가요/ don eul beol leo mi kook ae ga yo. (벌다 is to earn).

I am going to cafeteria in order to eat lunch.  점심을 먹으러 식당에 가요/ jeom sim eul meok eu leo sik dang ae ga yo. (점심 is lunch).

I am going back to home in order to take a nap. 낮잠 자러 집에 가요/ nac jam ja leo jip ae ga yo. (자다 is to sleep, 낮잠 is nap).

I am going to brake room in order to take a recess. 쉬러 휴계실에 가요/ she leo hue gae sil ae ga yo. (쉬다 is recess).



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Soo came to America in 2002 for studying English and getting degrees in higher education. He’d never expected to work in America after he finished his college, but he got a great job in construction and had worked with them for three years. He also has working as a FT and PT Korean instructor and tutor for seven years in Korean and America. He got his TESOL certificate in 2011 and finished his master’s degree in 2014.