There are many grammatical additions in Korean, and each has its own way of being added to verbs and adjectivesFor example, look at all how different the changes to the words 알다 (to know) and 걷다 (to walk) are when grammatical additions are added to them:
|~아/어 (Lessons 5 and 6)||알아||걸어|
|~ㄴ/은 (Lesson 4)||안||걸은|
|~ㄴ/는다 (Lesson 5)||안다||걷는다|
|~ㅂ/습니다 (Lesson 6)||압니다||걷습니다|
|~ㄹ/을 (Lesson 9 and 26)||알||걸을|
|~니 (Lesson 21)||아니||걷니|
|~ㅁ/음 (Lesson 29)||앎||걸음|
|~(으)려고 (Lesson 32)||알려고||걸으려고|
|~(으)시 (Lesson 39)||아시||걸으시|
|~(으)면 (Lesson 43)||알면||걸으면|
|~(으)니 (Lesson 81)||아니||걸으니|
Our “Conjugation Tables” are an organization of every verb and adjective in a particular Unit, and how each of these words adapts to every grammatical addition introduced in the HowtoStudyKorean lessons.
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