Learning grammar is one of the most difficult things for Korean language learners. On this blog we will try to help you learn Korean grammar in the quickest and easiest way possible. This blog will be helpful for those who are studying Korean language and want to improve their grammar skills.
Today we’ll see the usage of 다시피 with some example sentences.
다시피 can be used by the speaker to indicate something that the listener might already know.
It is equivalent to saying " As you…….." in English.
For example :
1) As you see
2) As you know
Thing to remember : It has to be used with the verbs.
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Rule to conjugate :
After removing 다 from the root verb simply add 다시피 after the stem verb.
For example :
보다 - 보 + 다시피 - 보다시피 ( As you see )
Example sentences :
1) As you'll see, I'm pretty open at this point.
보다시피 지금은 꽤 한가해요.
2) As you can see, this looks like bacon.
이거는 보다시피 베이컨인 것 같고요.
3) As you know, Julia is leaving soon.
너도 알다시피 줄리아가 곧 떠나.
4) As you're aware, the company is opening a new branch in Jeju.
너도 알다시피, 우리 회사가 제주도에 새로 지점을 내잖니.
5) As most of you know, I have decided to resign.
여러분 대부분이 아시다시피 전 사직하기로 했습니다.
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