Level 3 Lesson 2 / linking verbs with -고 / Verb and Verb / 하고

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  • 감사합니다

  • Harvey Rivas Potot

    – 저는 나중에 편의점에 가고 맥주를 사고 친구를 만날 거예요.
    – 개는 귀엽고 사랑스러워서 정말 좋아해요.

  • 암알

    1- 저는 책을 사고 , 가방 사고 , 신발 사고 , 드레스 샀어요 .
    2- 이 여자가 예쁜고 , 귀여워요 .(here i changed the adjective into a noun , is it correct!? )
    3 – 저는 핸드폰 있고 , 펜 있고 , 가방 있어요 .

    • Seokjin Jin

      이 여자가 예쁜고 , 귀여워요 . > 이 여자가 예쁘고, 귀여워요.

      Besides that, every sentence is correct.
      According the number 3, it is more natural to say “저한테 핸드폰 있고, 펜 있고, 가방 있어요.”

    • 암알

      okay 🙂 감사합니다!!