Grammar Conjugation Practice (Beginner 1)

This exercise isn’t to practice the grammar itself, but to practice how to conjugate it with the different verbs/nouns. This exercise covers 아/어서, 으면, 의, 은/는, 이/가, and 을/를

Properly combine the given word with the grammar point:

Conjugate using past, present, and future tenses when applicable (not all grammar points utilize the 3 tenses) Also, try to translate!

EX) 있다 + 으면 = 있으면 (present/future) , 있었으면 (past)

  1. 하다 + 아/어서 = _____________
  2. 먹다 + 아/어서 = _____________
  3. 어렵다 + 아/어서 = _____________
  4. 듣다 + 아/어서 = _____________
  5. 들다 + 아/어서 = _____________
  6. 춥다 + 으면 = _____________
  7. 만들다 + 으면 = _____________
  8. 가다 + 으면 = _____________
  9. 걷다 + 으면 = _____________
  10. 그렇다 + 으면 = _____________
  11. 짓다 + 으면 = ______________
  12. 친구 + 이라서 = _____________
  13. 선생님 + 이라서 = _____________
  14. 저 + 이/가 , 은/는, 을/를 = _____________ _____________ _____________
  15. 나 + 이/가 , 은/는, 을/를 = _____________ _____________ _____________
  16. 너 + 이/가 , 은/는, 을/를 = _____________ _____________ _____________
  17. 저 + 의 = _____________ _____________
  18. 너 + 의 = _____________ _____________
  19. 나 + 의 = _____________ _____________
  20. 누구 + 의 = _____________ _____________
  21. 사과 + 이/가 , 은/는, 을/를 = _____________ _____________ _____________
  22. 풀 + 이/가 , 은/는, 을/를 = _____________ _____________ _____________
  23. 머리 + 이/가 , 은/는, 을/를 = _____________ _____________ _____________
  24. 손 + 이/가 , 은/는, 을/를 = _____________ _____________ _____________

ANSWERS

  1. 해서 , 할 거라서 “because do”(Past vs Present tense is determined by the conjugation of the second part of the sentence. Colloquially, they do say 했어서, but grammatically, it should be 해서)
  2. 먹어서 , 먹을 거라서 “because eat”
  3. 어려워서 , 어려울 거라서 “because hard”
  4. 들어서 , 들을 거라서 “because hear/listen”
  5. 들어서 , 들 거라서 “because hold/enter/raise” (4 and 5 conjugate the same in the first part, but you will know what is being said from context. Like how “hair” and “hare” sound the same, but you know the difference from context.)
  6. 추우면 , 추웠으면 “if cold” (ㅂ irregular verbs, drop the ㅂ and add 우면)
  7. 만들면 , 만들었으면 “if make” (I have a bad habit of wanting to drop the ㄹ since alot of grammar utilize that technique, but not this one)
  8. 가면, 갔으면 “if go”
  9. 걸으면, 걸었으면 “if walk” (for ㄷ irregular, replace ㄷwith ㄹ and add 으면)
  10. 그러면 “if like that” (for ㅎ irregular, drop the ㅎ)
  11. 지으면 “if build/make” (for ㅅ irregular, drop the ㅅ and add 으면)
  12. 친구라서 “because friend”
  13. 선생님이라서 “because teacher”
  14. 제가 , 저는 , 저를 “I” formal
  15. 내가 , 나는 , 나를 “I” informal
  16. 네가/니가 , 너는 , 너를 “you” informal (네가 is often pronounced, and therefore spelled, as 니가. Not by everyone though. 네가 is proper, but I wanted to include both since it may be seen/heard)
  17. 저의 ( or 제 for short) “my” formal
  18. 너의 ( or 네 for short) “your” informal
  19. 나의 (or 내 for short) “my” informal
  20. 누구의 / 누구 “whose” (I have been told by more than one native that it is most common to just say 누구 instead of 누구의)
  21. 사과가 , 사과는 , 사과를 “apple/apology”
  22. 풀이 , 풀은 , 풀을 “grass/glue”
  23. 머리가 , 머리는 , 머리를 “head/hair”
  24. 손이 , 손은 , 손을 “hand”

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