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Review: Location Nouns and Markers in Korean #3 Posted by on Jun 6, 2018 in Grammar, Korean Language, Pronunciation, Vocabulary

The last two posts were about location nouns and markers in Korean, and this post will give you an opportunity to review a list of location nouns and use of location/direction markers, “–에” and “–에서.”

If you need to review a list of vocabulary words regarding places and these two markers, “[e] ” and” [e-seo]–에서” in Korean, you can follow the links below as your references:

Location Nouns and Markers in Korean #1

Location Nouns and Markers in Korean #2

Photo by KLM

Are you ready to test yourself?

  1. Connect the place nouns in Korean with the right English words.

 

        1)   [koe-pi shyop] 커피숍                                                •  restaurant

2)   [je-kwa-jeom] 제과점                                                •  library

3)   [sik-dang] 식당                                                           •  school

4)   [do-seo-kwan] 도서관                                               •  hospital

5)   [hak-kyo] 학교                                                            •  coffee shop

6)  [byeong-won] 병원                                                     •  Korea

7)   [han-gook] 한국                                                         •  bakery

 

  1. Choose the correct markers.

1)   수호는  회사 (  or 에서)  있어요.  (Suho is at work.)

2)   첸은  내일  한국 (  or 에서)   가요.  (Chen is going to Korea tomorrow.)

3)   엑소가  일본 (  or 에서) 와요.  (EXO comes to Japan.)

4)   슈가는 서점 (  or 에서) 책을  읽어요.  (Suga is reading a book at a bookstore.)

5)   카이는  영화관 (  or 에서)  친구를  기다려요.  (Kai is waiting for his friend at a movie theater.)

6)   정국이는  제주도 (  or 에서)  서울로 와요.  (Jungkoo is coming from Jejoo Island to Seoul.)

7)   방탄소년단이  미국 (  or 에서) 콘서트를 해요.  (BTS is having a concert in the United States.)

Are you ready to check your answer?

  1. Connect the place nouns in Korean with the right English words.

1)   [koe-pi shyop] 커피숍   ——-     coffee shop

2)   [je-kwa-jeom] 제과점    ——-    bakery

3)   [sik-dang] 식당   ——-     restaurant

4)   [do-seo-kwan] 도서관  ——-     library

5)   [hak-kyo] 학교   ——-    school

6)   [byeong-won] 병원  ——-     hospital

7)   [han-gook] 한국  ——-     Korea

 

  1. Choose the correct markers.

* With the numbers 1) through 3),

   [e]   is used to express:

•  existence of someone or something

•  direction or destination of movement

1)   수호는  회사 ()  있어요.  (Suho is at work.)

2)   첸은  내일  한국 ()  가요.  (Chen is going to Korea tomorrow.)

3)   엑소가  일본 ()  와요.  (EXO comes to Japan.)

* With the numbers 4) through 7),

   [e-seo] –에서  is used to mark the departure place or the place of the action.

4)   슈가는 서점 (에서)  책을  읽어요.  (Suga is reading a book at a bookstore.)

5)   카이는  영화관 (에서)  친구를  기다려요.  (Kai is waiting for his friend at a movie theater.)

6)   정국이는  제주도 (에서)  서울로 와요.  (Jungkoo is coming from Jejoo Island to Seoul.)

7)   방탄소년단이  미국 (에서)  콘서트를 해요.  (BTS is having a concert in the United States

l hope this post has helped you review location nouns and location/direction markers, “ ”  and  “ 에서”  in Korean.

감사합니다. (Thank you!)

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안녕하세요? My name is Kyung-Hwa, and I am a native of South Korea. I am accustomed to both English and Korean languages and cultures. I greatly appreciate and love both of them. I am passionate about learning different languages, and I have studied English, Japanese, and Spanish. In my spare time, I take joy in singing, playing the piano, and reading books. I also enjoy traveling around the world, meeting people, and embracing new cultures and languages...


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