Level 1 Lesson 18 / Location-marking Particles / 에/에서

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Welcome back to another addition of TTMIK Korean lesson! In Korean, as you already know, there are some ‘particles’ which are used to mark the roles of some nouns, and so far, we have learned about subject marking particles (이 [i] and 가 [ga]) and topic marking particles (은 [eun] and 는 [neun]). In this lesson, we are going to have a look at location marking particles, 에 [e] and 에서 [e-seo], and also how to say WHERE in Korean. Please feel free to ask any questions you have in the comment box! Thank you!

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  • sky efil

    신화에 콘스트 가고 싶어요.
    Is that right?

  • Kaelah

    어디에서 당신?
    is this: where are you from?

    • xoxoshiii

      어디에서 살아요?

  • Sara

    Does it matter where in the sentence the location goes? Like:
    이 패키지가 스페인에서 왔어요.
    스페인에서 이 패키지가 왔어요.

  • !Rhys|Gab

    A: 어제 어디에 있었어요?
    B: 어제 학교에 있었어요. 오늘은, 집에서 공부해요. 지금 어디에 있어요?
    A: 체육관에 있어요.

    What I wanted to say was:

    Person A: Where were you yesterday?
    Person B: I was at school yesterday. Today, I’m studying at home. Where are you now?
    Person A: I’m at the gym.

    Can someone please check for errors? 🙂