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The “~주세요” pattern is commonly used expression in Korean that is used to make polite requests or ask someone to do something for you. It is a form of the imperative verb ending in Korean, which is used to indicate politeness and respect. Here is an overview of the “~주세요” pattern:

Verb Pattern: ~을/를 수 있다 ⭐⭐⭐

The “~주세요” pattern is formed by adding the verb stem (root) of the action verb to the polite verb ending “~주세요”. The “~주세요” ending is attached to the verb stem without any changes.

Meaning

~을/를 수 있다 (eul/lul su itda) is a Korean phrase that translates to “to be able to do something” or “can do something.” It is used to express the ability or capability of performing a particular action or task.

10 Examples

1. 노래를 할 수 있다.  (No-rae-reul hal su it-da.) – I can sing. 🎤
2. 요리를 할 수 있다.  (Yori-reul hal su it-da.) – I can cook. 🍳
3. 춤을 출 수 있다.  (Chum-eul chul su it-da.) – I can dance. 💃
4. 피아노를 칠 수 있다.  (Piano-reul chil su it-da.) – I can play the piano. 🎹
5. 수영을 할 수 있다.  (Suyeong-eul hal su it-da.) – I can swim. 🏊‍♀️
6. 글을 쓸 수 있다.  (Geur-eul sseul su it-da.) – I can write. ✍️
7. 사진을 찍을 수 있다.  (Sa-jineul jjig-eul su it-da.) – I can take photos. 📷
8. 언어를 배울 수 있다.  (Eon-eo-reul bae-ul su it-da.) – I can learn languages. 🗣️
9. 자전거를 탈 수 있다.  (Ja-jeon-geo-reul tal su it-da.) – I can ride a bicycle. 🚲
10. 스케이트보드를 탈 수 있다.  (Seukeiteu-bo-deu-reul tal su it-da.) – I can ride a skateboard. 🛹

Test

I can hear
들을수 있어요

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