Conjugating 있다 and 있다
You learned in Lesson 2 that there are two meanings for the word 있다.
One of the meanings is “to have” and is considered an adjective. You learned these sentences in Lesson 2:
나는 펜이 있다 = I have a pen
나는 차가 있다 = I have a car
나는 가방이 있다 = I have a bag
Because this 있다 is considered an adjective, we follow the rule for conjugating an adjective to the present tense – which is do nothing and leave the adjective the way it is. So, those three sentences above are perfectly conjugated and grammatically correct.
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~는군(요), ~군(요), ~는구나, and ~구나 are used with verbs to express the speaker’s realization or surprise upon learning or realizing something for the first time.
The ~요 can be dropped from ~는군(요) and ~군(요), resulting in a casual sentence. However, ~는군 and ~군 are less commonly said than…
나다 = come out
- 끝나다 = come to an end
- 나가다 = go out
- 떠나다 = leave, depart
- 나타나다 = appear
- 내다 = bring out, put forth
- 드러내다 = expose, reveal
- 화내다 = show anger, get angry
- 겁내다 = dread, fear
- 겁나다 = be scared
- 화나다 = get angry
- 생각나다 = come to mind, be reminded of
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Stop making books into films and start making them into a tv show so we could have a lot more detail to them and they can stick to the book easier.