vegetable marker


my friends couldnt decide whether green or each looked better so heres both of my plant patterns <3

feel free to use for whatever, but if you’re including it in anything art or design related please credit me!

as a warning this is my first pattern so things might be a bit wonky, you can message me if youd like a diff color background for it too!

Wanting/Not Wanting/Particles

Wantingand Not Wanting:
철수: 저는아르바이트를원합니다.
영희: 저는아르바이트를원합니다.
철수: 하지만일을원하지않습니다.돈만원합니다.
영희: 저도일하고싶지않습니다.게임하고싶습니다.
철수: 저도 게임하고싶습니다. 하지만돈초벌고습니다.

**There are two ways to say “Want.” =>depends on if you are using a noun or a verb
1.] 자는한드폰을원합니다.= I want a cellphone

2.] 저는한드폰을받고싶습니다.=I want to get a cell phone.

**The differences in the two sentences is that the 1st one only uses a noun-the cellphone

**the 2nd sentence uses a verb- “to get”

*!* Want = Noun+ (을/를) 원합니다

*!*Don’t want = Noun + (을/를) 원하지않습니다

    *When you want to express you want something, take the Noun, attach the object marker- then add 원합니다

*저는음식을원합니다.=  I want food.

**저 (I or Me) (Topic Marker)음식 (Food)(Object Marker) 원합니다 (want)
* 저 는연필을원합니다.=  I want a pencil.
   **저(I or Me) (Topic Marker)연필(Pencil) 을(Object Marker) 원합니다(want)

*For opposite(Don’t want)- expressed by using 원하지않습니다.
*저는야채를원하지않습니다.= I don’t want vegetables.
  **저(I or Me) 는 (Topic Marker)야채(vegetables) 를(object marker) 원하지않습니다(Don’t want)

*저는돈을원하지않습니다. 사랑을원합니다.= I don’t want money. I want love.
*저 (I or Me) 는(Topic Marker) 돈( Money) 을(Object Marker)원하지않습니다.(I don’t want). ((dropped the “I” because we’re still talking about “I”)) 사랑(love) 을(Object Marker) 원합니다 (want)


“Want to” and “Don’t want to”

*Want to=  Verb Stem + 고싶습니다
*Don’t want to
= Verb Stem + 고싶지않습니다.
*when you want to express that you want to “DO an action” take the VERB STEM and attach , then add 싶습니다

Ehhhh, what is this Verb Stem?? O_O

*Getting the Verb Stem is easy! ^_^

*Just take a verb and remove the 다 at the end, and that is it, you have the Verb Stem =)
              *^*^*^ verb stems are used EVERYWHERE in Korean. So it’s good to remember this :D
Examples:  * 하다= 하                         *벌다= 벌                              *먹다= 먹

So, back to Want to and Not Wanting To now that we know the Verb Stem:

*저는과일을먹고싶습니다.= I want to eat fruits.
*=(I) =(Topic Marker) 과일=(fruits) =(object marker) =(verb stem of to eat)  고싶습니다=( want to)
*저는돈을벌고싶습니다.= I want to earn money.
*=(I) =(Topic marker) =(Money) =(Money) =(verb stem of to earn) 고싶습니다.= (want to)

*I don’t want to is: VERB STEM + 고싶지않습니다.
*저는야채를먹고싶지않습니다.= I don’t want to eat vegetables.
저는죽고싶지않습니다.= I don’t want to die.
저는웃고싶지않습니다.= I don’t want to laugh*.

–In 웃다 can mean either “laugh” or “smile” It can be translated for whichever fits the moment better.

Advanced Notes: This form (*Want to=  Verb Stem + 고싶습니다) can only be used for “I” or “You” and cannot be used to mean “he or she”
*In Korean you can’t talk about the desires of another person directly.
*Although you can say “I want to go” or “you want to go” in Korean it is NOT acceptable to say “he wants to go” or “She wants to go” w/this same form.
*SO remember, this form *Want to=  Verb Stem + 고싶습니다 is only for when talking about yourself or someone you’re directly speaking to.

*&*Remember= If expressing you want to do something use, Verb Stem + 고싶습니다, but if you want to express that you just WANT something, use, Noun+ (을/를) 원합니다

*~*~* Please Give Me:
* Noun + (을/를) 주세요.
*Say what you want, followed by the Object Marker, then add주세요.

    *돈을주세요= Please give me money.
    *힌트를주세요= Please give me a hint.
     *책을주세요= Please give me a book.

**Culture Notes: 5% of Korean words are influenced from foreign languages, specifically English ^^

**Reading the Conversation:

철수: 저는아르바이트를원합니다.= I want a part time job.
영희: 저도아르바이트원합니다.=I want a part time job too.

==>Here in this convo we have 저(I or Me) followed by 도. Together, 저도 means “I also, or Me too”

The Last Part of this Post will be on two particles.

The Particle
*도 takes the place of 는 in the above sentence
*saying 저는도 would be incorrect. When using the particle, it replaces whatever particle was there before (if there was one)
* is placed directly after a word
means=> Also, Even, Too
*저도김치를좋아합니다.= I also like kimchi.
*저는김치도좋아합니다.=I like kimchi too.

*Notice how the meaning changes by placing도in a different spot.
*도 emphasizes also, even, or too, “ONLY” for the NOUN or PRONOUN it directly follows

*저도시동치를원합니다.= I also want a car.
*저는자동치도원합니다.= I want a car too.

**Because in this sentence is placed after car it means, “I want a car, in addition to whatever else I may want.” And NOT I also want a car like you do.
*the word car can be simply shortened to 차 but know that 차 also means tea. It should only be shortened when the meaning is clear from the context.

The Particle

* works grammatically similar to, in that it comes after a noun. It replaces whatever particle was there(if there was one) EXCEPT for the Object Marker, which you may replace if you want to.
*저만좋아합니다.= Only I like tuna.
*저는참치만원합니다.= I only like tuna.
*^*Here w/o the sentence would be 저는참치를원합니다.
*b/c it would normally use an Object Marker you could have also written it like this저는참치만원합니다. =I only eat tuna.
**to keep it simple, feel free to remove whatever particle was there before every time and you will be just fine

영희: 저도일하고싶지않습니다. 게임하고싶습니다.
   = I also don’t want work. I want to play games.
철수: 저도 게임하고싶습니다. 하지만돈도벌고싶습니다.
   = I also want to play games. But I want to earn money too.

~*~*~*~*~ Until next time friends!

*Hope this was helpful. Once again please let me know if I have made any mistakes/typos, I am not the best with typing in Korean yet. I will type the Vocab for this note collection tomorrow ^^ If you have any questions feel free to Ask me on here or hit me up on Kakao, NonEdibleHuman

Also, quick side note: I stopped doing breaking down every sentence, hopefully by now they should be easier to read? If they are still too confusing let me know. I will go back through and break the sentences down more simpler. ^_^ Fighting! :o]