Level 2 Lesson 14 / too, also / -도 – Part 2

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This is part 2 of our lesson on how to say “also” or “too” in Korean. In this lesson, we are introducing how to use -도 with verbs. In order to add -도 verbs, you need to change the verb into the noun form, -기, so listen in to find out both how to change a verb into the noun form and also how to use -도 with verbs after that.



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  • http://twitter.com/jetz531 jetz

    Hi, I have a question about this lesson (sorry if I’m asking a lot >_<)

    If you're going to use a lot of noun + 하다 in one sentence, like let's say 공부하다, 일하다, 청소하다, 요리하다, can you list just the nouns + 도 first then use just one 하다 or do you have to write 하다 for each noun?

    Also up to how many 도 (and perhaps, 하고/랑) can you use in one sentence?

  • Trang Nguyen

    Hi, I have a question!
    What’s the difference between 도 and 또?

    • Taya

      도 is too and 또 is again

  • 소피

    저는 책 읽어요. 저는 영화 보기도 해요.

  • 소피

    저는 책 읽어요. 저는 영화 보기도 해요.

  • Ashley Heil

    hello! I have a question from the workbook dictation. One sentence says 잠을 자기도 해요 , which means i also sleep. what does the 잠 part mean, and why would you not say 저는 자기도 해요? Thanks a lot!

    • Ashley Heil

      Actually, I might have found the answer, this verb form: 잠을 자다 [ja-meul ja-da] means to sleep? as well as ja-da? I also found in my korean verbs book that there is a 잠들다 (jam-deul da), is there a difference between all of these forms? 감사합니다!

  • Trang Nguyen

    저는 한국어를 읽을 수 있고 쓰기도 할 수 있어요 :)