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Korean Verb Conjugations

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500 Basic Korean Verbs 2

The Book

Upon studying this morning utilizing Glossika Korean, I came across this sentence:

늦었네요. — 아니에요. 저 안 늦었어요. 일찍 도착했어요.

which means:

You’re late. — No, I’m not! I’m early.

I knew that “늦다” means “to be late” and that “도착하다” means “to arrive”, but I needed a bit of help figuring out the different conjugations of these two verbs.

I have a book called “500 Basic Korean Verbs” that I purchased awhile back. This book is published by Tuttle and seems to be very good.

Here what I was looking at:

 

to-be-late2

 

 

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