1000 Korean words for everyday use – Basic vocabulary from K-dramas #98

Welcome back. This is the 98th post in the series of 1000 Korean words for everyday use by analyzing the word frequency of more than 1,000 episodes of Korean dramas.

Today, let’s explore the meaning and context of 5 key Korean words “쏘다, 자주, 가을, 대다, 관계” with sample sentences.
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Basic Korean words : 쏘다, 자주, 가을, 대다, 관계

 

486. 쏘다 [sso-da] – to shoot, to fire / treat (sb to sth)

– 쏘다 [sso-da] can mean “to shoot” or “to fire”. It can also mean “to treat (someone to something)”.

Example sentences:

총을 쏘세요. Shoot the gun.
오늘은 내가 쏠게! It’s on me today.

 

487. 자주 [ja-ju] – frequently, often

– 자주 [ja-ju] means frequently or often, indicating the frequency of an action.

Example sentences:

그는 자주 도서관에 가서 공부해요. He often goes to the library to study.

 

488. 가을 [ga-eul] – autumn, fall

– 가을 [ga-eul] refers to the autumn season.

Example sentences:

가을에는 나뭇잎이 떨어져요. Leaves fall in autumn.

 

489. 대다 [dae-da] – to put, to touch

– 대다 [dae-da] means to put or to touch something.

Example sentences:

손을 대지 마십시오. Do not touch it.

 

490. 관계 [gwan-gye] – relationship, connection

– 관계 [gwan-gye] refers to a relationship or connection between things or people.

Example sentences:

그들 간의 관계는 복잡해요. The relationship between them is complex.

 

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