Korean Verbs - To look for. To be somewhere. To have. To...

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Korean Verbs English Verb Question (Honorific) Answer (Informal and Formal) To be busy. To be getting on well. To be glad. To be how. To have been a long time. To introduce. To see one again. To meet. To take care. To be never mind. To be in. To wait. To go in. To sit down. To come. To go. To be so. To be outing/ go on a trip. To ask. To be excused. To see/ understand. To be over there. To be here.
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To be someplace near the hearer. To be welcome. To be welcome.
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Unformatted text preview: To look for. To be somewhere. To have. To not be available/ to not have. To be who? To bring. To work. To work in an organization To do; to speak; to eat/drink To be difficult. To cannot do. To be good/ fine. To like/ to be fond of. To take a meal/ to dine. To have spare time. To be in touch. To let you know. To view (a movie). To fix (a meal)/ to make To see/ to watch. To eat. To be fun....
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This note was uploaded on 02/20/2008 for the course KOREA 1101 taught by Professor H.diffloth during the Fall '06 term at Cornell University (Engineering School).

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