Learn Korean Ep. 117: Bring and Take
Keykat and I are having a friendly bowling match, but for some reason I get the feeling Keykat is about to cheat again.
This lesson will teach how to say "bring" and "take." But this is more than just two words; you'll learn 가져가다, 가져오다, 데려가다, 데려오다, 가지고 가다, 가지고 오다, 갖고 가다, 갖고 오다, 데리고 가다, 데리고 오다, 갖다 주다, 갖다 드리다, and more.
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2 thoughts on “Learn Korean Ep. 117: Bring and Take”
1 친구를 데려갔어요 _ I brought my friend
2 누가 학교에 고양이를 데려왔어요- Someone brought a cat to school.
Hi,Billy both of these sentences mean brought but why one use the verb 데리가다 and another use the verb 데리오다.
~가다 means you're going somewhere else. ~오다 means you're coming here. The action is the same, but the direction is different. It's just like 가다 and 오다. Are you bringing your friend somewhere else, or here.