|# Posted: 22 Feb 2008 17:43 KST |
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ㄹ ending verbs (알다 to know). These verbs drop the ㄹ in various forms.
|갈다 ||갑니다||가세요|| 간, 가는|
|불다 ||붑니다||부세요|| 분, 부는|
|둥글다 || 둥급니다||둥그세요||둥근
|어질다 ||어집니다 ||어지세요 ||어진
아는 사람 somebody you know, or (2) somebody who knows it
아는 사람을 만났어요. I met an acquaintance.
The two examples above are from 알다 which is the verb for to know. The verb 알다 is a 르 irregular verb and so it drops the ㄹ in certain formations, as you can see above.
아이들이 밖에서 놉니다. The children are playing outside.
The above is from the verb 놀다, to play
마음에 드는 소리 a sound that they liked
the above sentence is correct, because the verb 들다 is a ㄹ irregular verb. The root form is 들다 (to enter). Here, the expression used is 마음에 들다 which means to like sth, or literally, to have something enter your heart. Because 들다 is a 르 irregular, it becomes 드는 when followed by 는.
뒤틀어, 뒤트니, 뒤트는 ( to twist, screw, or wrench; to writhe in pain)
비들어, 비트니, 비트는 (to screw, wrench)
불다 to blow, the wind blows