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Today we’ll see how to form sentences with Korean grammar pattern " V~자고 하다 " with some example sentences.
It is used by the speaker to express what the first person initiated.
It is equivalent to saying " …. asked/said "Let's …. "
It is always used with verbs.
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Rule to conjugate :
Remove 다 from the root verb and add ~자고 하다 after the stem verb irrespective of whether the verb stem ends with a consonant or vowel.
1) 멋진나 비싼 드레스 사자고 했다.
I said, " Let's buy a fancy or expensive dress."
2) 그냥 오랜만에 밥을 같이 먹자고 했어요.
I just said, " Let's eat together after a long time. "
3) 학교가 끝나고 난 엄마에게 병원에 가자고 했어.
After school, I said to my mom, " Let's go to the hospital. "
4) 또 가자고 했어요.
He said, " Let's go again. "
5) 장난감와 같이 놀자고 했다.
He asked to play with toys.
6) 이번 주말에 만나자고 말했다.
He said," Let's meet this weekend. "
7) 같이 먹자고 했다.
She said, " Let's eat together."
8) 호주에서 여행 가자고 했는데 못 갔어 일때문에.
He said, "Let's go on a trip to Australia." But I couldn't because of work.
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A/V/N ~을/ㄹ지 모르겠다
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