Level 3 Lesson 20 / even if, even though / -아/어/여도

Download Available

In this lesson, we are going to learn how to combine two sentences and say “even if” or “even though” using -아도, -어도, or -여도. These verb endings are similar to the conjunction 그래도 in meaning, by using these endings, you can make compound sentences.

Listen in to check out sample sentences as well, and if you have any questions, please feel free to leave us comments! 감사합니다.

You can download a free PDF for this lesson here, or if you want to study with our TalkToMeInKorean textbooks, you can get them here. And after you learn the basics, try writing your own Korean sentences and get corrections from native speakers through HaruKorean, our 1:1 correction service.

  • Matt

    => Accidentally posted Lesson 19 comment here. And it won’t let me delete it. So I will just keep this comment here and edit it once I finish lesson 20.

  • Esat Armağan Kaymaz

    나는 피곤해도 책을 읽을 거에요.
    Even if I’m tired, I will read the book.

  • Lisa

    돈이 없어도 한국에 갈 거에요

    • JooyeonPark

      오세요! :)

  • Truuske

    한국어 열심히 공부해도 아직 한국어 조금 밖에 못 해요.. 그래서 TTMIK에서 더 열심히 공부해야 될 것 같아요..

    • JooyeonPark

      Cooool :)
      Keep it up!

  • César Duarte

    돈을 절약해도, 한국에 갈 거예요.

  • Peter

    저는 지금 배고파도, 집에 가기 전에 안 먹을 거예요.
    Even though I’m hungry now, I won’t eat before I go home.

    돈이 없어도 비싼 핸드폰을 사고 싶어요.
    Even though I don’t have any money, I want to buy an expensive mobile phone.

  • 산티아고

    한국어는 어려워도, 공부 하고 있어요.
    Even though Korean is difficult I am studying it.

    돈는 없어도, 한국에 갈 거예요.
    Even though I have no money, I will go to Korea.

  • Jasmyne Trimble

    What’s the difference between 아/어/여도 and 더라도?

  • Katie Garcia

    비가 와도, 금문교에 사람 많이 있어요.
    Even though it’s raining, there are a lot of people at the Golden Gate Bridge.