싶다 with 고 싶다, 보고 (I want…) | [Word of the Day]

안녕하세요!

Alright, finishing the week with the last example. I tried to pick one that you would be more likely to use frequently. Reminder, all of this is just showing you the process of how to make sentences. It’s helpful to me however there may be other ways that are faster and easier for you to remember.

Let’s get started!

The word today, “I want…”

Word Bank

  • Misc.
    • to listen to “music”/”to watch(see)…”
    • to attend/to go to the party.
    • to learn how to paint.

-Rules-

Sentence structure [these are the ones we’ve covered extensively]
  • S(ubject) – O(bject) – V(erb)
  • S(ubject) – A(djective)
Conjugation rules | Steps
  • What tense is this?
    • Past
    • Present
    • Future
  • Who am I talking to?
    • Informal
      • friend
      • close acquaintance
      • younger ones
    • formal
      • boss
      • stranger
      • older ones

We’re going to look at this in the past tense and you’re talking to someone older.

  • 그 새 노래를 듣고 싶어. (geu sae nolaeleul deudgo sipeo.) | “I want to listen to that new song.”
    • 새 | new
    • 노래 | song
    • 듣 (고) | listen
    • 고 싶어 (-go sipeo) |  used to express a “wish”. (We will cover this next week in the Grammar lesson.)
  • 그 영화를 보고 싶었어요. (geu yeonghwaleul bogo sipeo-oessyo.) | “I wanted to see that movie.”
There are different types of formal sentences, however we’re only going to focus on the type you’re more likely to use.
That’s it for today!
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