Korean Grammar - Verbs [Part 3/∞]

At long last, here’s a list of some very common verbs in Korean!~

Enjoy!

*remember to try and sound out each word before peeking at the romanization!~

오다 (oh da) - to come

가다 (ga da) - to go

먹다 (meok da) - to eat

마시다 (ma shi da) - to drink

주다 (joo da) - to give

갖다 (gaj da) - to have

받다 (bad da) - to receive 

배우다 (bae woo da) - to learn

가르치다 (ga reu chi da) - to teach

공부하다 (gong bu ha da) - to study 

연습하다 (yeon seub ha da) - to practice

일하다 (il ha da) - to work

준비하다 (joon bi ha da) - to prepare

앉다 (anj da) - to sit

운동하다 (oon dong ha da) - to exercise

쉬다 (shwi da) - to rest

일어나다 (yi reo na da) - to stand up

걷다 (geot da) - to walk

달리다 (dal li da) - to run

춤추다 (choom chu da) - to dance 

일어나다 (yi reo na da) - to wake up

자다 (ja da) - to sleep

꿈꾸다 (kkum kku da) - to dream

악몽 꾸다 (ak mong kku da) - to have a nightmare  

울다 (ool da) - to cry

웃다 (oot da) - to smile/laugh

듣다 (deud da) - to listen/hear

말하다 (mal ha da) - to talk, speak

보다 (bo da) - to see

감다 (gam da) - to close (one’s eyes)

빌리다 (bil li da) - to lend/borrow

돌려주다 (dol ryeo joo da) - to return

열다 (yeol da) - to open

닫다 (dat da) -  to close to open

사다 (sa da) - to buy

내다 (nae da) - to pay

팔다 (pal da) - to sell 

신다 (shin da) - to wear (shoes, socks, footwear)

입다 (ib da) - to wear (clothes)

벗다 (beot da) - to remove/take off/undress (clothes)

이기다 (yi gi da) - to win

지다 (ji da) - to lose 

읽다 (ilk da) - to read 

쓰다 (sseu da) - to write/to wear

기억하다 (gi yeok ha da) - to remember

잊다 (it da) - to forget

시작하다 (shi jak ha da) - to start

끝나다 (kkeut na da) - to finish  

묻다 (moot da) - to ask

대답하다 (dae dab ha da) - to answer 

출발하다 (chul bal ha da) - to depart

도착하다 (do chak ha da) - to arrive 

생각하다 (saeng gak ha da) - to think

알다 (al da) - to know

모르다 (mo reu da) - to not know

결혼하다 (gyeol hon ha da) - to marry

축하하다 (chuk ha ha da) - to congratulate

태어나다 (tae eo na da) - to be born

살다 (sal da) - to live

헤어지다 (hae eo ji da) - to separate

운전하다 (oon jeon ha da) - to drive

좋아하다 (joh ah ha da) - to like

싫어하다 (shil eo ha da) - to dislike

사랑하다 (sa rang ha da) - to love

미워하다 (mi wo ha da) - to hate

있다 (yit da) - to have

없다 (eob da) - to not have

들어오다 (deul eo oh da) - to enter

나가다 (na ga da) - to exit

씻다 (shid da) - to wash

청소하다 (cheong so ha da) - to clean

약속하다 (yak sok ha da) - to promise

거짓말하다 (geo jit mal ha da) - to lie

고백하다 (go baek ha da) - to confess

요리하다 (yo ri ha da) - to cook

끓이다 (kkeul yi da) - to boil

썰다 (sseol da) - to chop, slice

튀기다 (twi gi da) - to (deep) fry

재다 (jae da) - to measure, weigh

섞다 (seok da) - to mix, blend

굽다 (gub da) - to roast, grill, bake

볶다 (bokk da) - to stir fry

찌다 (jji da) - to steam

휘젓다 (hwi jeot da) - to stir

까다 (kka da) - to peel

만나다 (man na da) - to meet

주문하다 (joo mun ha da) - to order

전화하다 (jeon hwa ha da) - to make a phone call

타다 (ta da) - to ride

필요하다 (pil yo ha da) - to need

도와주다 (do wa joo da) - to help

하다 (ha da) - to do

걱정하다 (geok jeong ha da) - to worry

보내다 (bo nae da) - to send

사용하다 (sa yong ha da) - to use

싸우다 (ssa woo da) - to fight

Hope this helps and happy studying!~

[p/c 19tc.tumblr.com]

7

Susanna’s French Verb Masterpost!

Hello! I’ve been inundated recently with messages from lovely studyblrs asking me to post the verbs from my French verb wall - so voilá! I’m really sorry for the delay, I’ve been meaning to get around to it for ages, but what with oral exams, art projects, geography projects, graduation planning and general Head Girl stuff it’s been hectic.


I hope these help a few of you out, I know from experience how difficult it is to find a concise collection of all the French verbs (or certainly those necessary for the Leaving Cert/similar exams). I love having these stuck up on my wall beside my desk, they make French homework an absolute doddle. And by the way, my mum is a French teacher, so you can rest assured that this isn’t a load of ol’ inaccurate baloney!


Hope you all have a splendid day!

Vocabulaire français - des verbes

remorquer - to tow, lug

râler - to grumble, complain, gasp

ébranler - to shake, rattle, weaken

sonder - to sound, plumb, probe, survey

germer - to germinate, sprout, grow

étreindre - to embrace, clasp, clutch, choke

remuer - to move, touch, stir

étouffer - to suffocate, stifle, smother

bêler - to bleat, whine

gémir - to moan, whine

s’égarer - to get lose, lose one’s way, digress

ficeler - to tie up, bind

frotter - to rub, scrape, scrub

délier - to untie, undo, unknot

énerver - to annoy, irritate

effarer - to alarm, frighten

crisper - to tense, contract

haleter - to pant

balbutier - to stammer, stutter

bégayer - to stammer, stutter

harceler - to harass, pester

accabler - to impose, overwork, overburden

épier - to observe, spy on

délayer - to mix, water, dilute

éventrer - to disembowel, gut

étreindre - to embrace, clasp, clutch, grasp

sévir - to hit, strike

Words taken from: Le Horla (Maupassant)

Discourir de/sur - to talk about

Pérorer - to yak on about smth

Sacrer - to crown, enthrone

Redresser - to straighten up, to stand up straight

Démêler - to sort out, untangle

Exécrer - to loathe, hate

S’esquiver - to slip away

Se détromper - to be mistaken

Enjamber - to step over

S’engouffrer - to dive into/ rush into

Grouiller - to mill about

Triller - to trounce, slaughter

Se frotter - to cross swords with

Gonfler - to blow up, inflate

Maudire - to curse

Ébahir - to astonish, astound

Répandre - to spread

Bourdonner - to buzz, to hum

Arpenter - to survey

Regaillardir - to perk up

Détaler - to run away

Frémir - to tremble

Modre - to bite

Se fourner - to get mixed up in

Radoucir - to moderate, mellow

Mander - to summon, to send for

S’empresser de faire - to hurry to do

Trépasser - to pass away

Fendre - to split, chop

Benkyōgo: Full Japanese Verb Conjugation Cheatsheet


Introducing the Benkyōgo Verb Conjugation Cheatsheet!.

This cheatsheet covers all verb conjugations you will learn from starter textbooks (and all of those covered in the Genki Textbook series), organised into a colourful and handy chart.

The chart includes:
- Conjugation forms & explanations.
- Examples of -る, -う and する・くる verbs conjugated in all forms
- Clear, simple layout

Verb conjugations included:
Dictionary, Long form, Short form, Te-form, Negative, Negative past, Potential, Volitional, Ba-form, Passive, Causative, Causative-Passive.

This is a high quality A3-sized PDF, perfect for printing out.

Click HERE to view and purchase this cheatsheet.

Concevoir - to design, devise

Épandre - to spread

Retrousser - to roll up, hike up

Moisir - to rot, to gather dust

Se relayer - to take turns/shifts

Bâtir - to construct, to build

Enrôler - to enlist

S’inscrire - to enroll

Chamarrer - to embellish, to adorn

Franchir - to cross, to pass

S’interpeller - to shout at one another

Se frayer un passage - to fight your way through

Empêcher - to prevent

S’escrimer - to strive, to toil

Affiler - to sharpen

Aiguiser - to sharpen

Effleurer - to brush, graze

Rugir - to roar

Frissonner - to shiver

Rehausser - to raise, increase the height of

Calfeutrer - to block off, to caulk

Ménager - to conserve, to save

Livrer - to deliver

Faner - to wilt, wither

Râper - to grate, rasp

Reluire - to gleam

Frisser - to curl

The Subjunctive

Bonjour!

I know I haven’t covered the Subjunctive on this blog yet, but for some of you this is review. I hope I can make this as clear as I can (because anyone who studies French knows how murky the water can be).

The Subjunctive uses:

  • To express doubt
  • To express an attitude
  • To express and opinion
  • To imply a hypothesis

How to Conjugate the verbs:

  1. Conjugate your verb for the 3rd person noun (Ils/Elles). For Nous and Vous, use their “Imparfait” endings
  2. Take off the ending -ENT and add the following endings
    • Regular -ER verbs
      • Je parle
      • Tu parles
      • Il/Elle/On parle
      • Nous parlions
      • Vous parliez
      • Ils/Elles parlent
    • Regular -IR verbs
      • Je finisse
      • Tu finisses
      • Il/Elle/On finisse
      • Nous finissions
      • Vous finissiez
      • Ils/Elles finissent
    • Regular -RE verbs
      • J’attende
      • Tu attendes
      • Il/Elle/On attende
      • Nous attendions
      • Vous attendiez
      • Ils/Elles attendent

    3. Enjoy the easiest part of the Subjunctive because it’s about to get real.

    4. Cry because of all of the irregular verbs

    • Aller -> aille, ailles, aille, allions, alliez, aillent
    • Avoir -> aie, aies, ait, ayons, ayez, aient
    • Être -> sois, sois, soit, soyons, soyez, soient
    • Faire -> fasse, fasses, fasse, fassions, fassiez, fassent
    • Pouvoir -> puisse, puisses, puisse, puissions, puissiez, puissent
    • Savoir -> sache, saches, sache, sachions, sachiez, sachent
    • Vouloir -> veuille, veuilles, veuille, voulions, vouliez, veuillent

Now that we know how to conjugate the tense plus we know the irregular verbs, it’s time to make the uses clearer:

The Subjunctive follows by expressions. Here are some expressions to know:

  • Ce n’est pas le peine que… -> It’s not worth the effort…
  • Il est bon que… -> It’s good that…
  • Il est dommage que… -> It’s a shame that…
  • Il est essentiel que… -> It’s essential that….
  • Il est étonnant… -> It’s surprise that…
  • Il faut que … -> It’s necessary that… (THIS IS VERY IMPORTANT)

That’s a very, very brief list. Now, let’s put it all together!

  • Il est essentiel que je sois le meilleur. -> It’s essential that I am the best.
  • Je doute que tu aies beaucoup de argent. -> I doubt that you have a lot of money.
  • *Note* Espérer does NOT trigger the subjunctive: J’espère que le nouveau prof n’est pas trop strict. -> I hope the new prof isn’t too strict.
  • Il faut que nous sachions ton âge. -> It’s necessary that we know your age.
  • Vous souhaitez que j’apprenne plus de langue. -> You want me to learn more languages.

Practice! Conjugate these sentences with the verbs in parentheses!

  1. Je pense que tu _____ (être) mignon!
  2. Il faut qu’ils _____ (recevoir) la journal.
  3. Vous doutez qu’il vous ____ (connaître).
  4. J’espère que vous m’ _____ (aimer).

Answers!

  1. Je pense que tu es mignon! (This is not the subjunctive so don’t conjugate as such. Sorry for the trick question!)
  2. Il faut qu’ils reçoivent la journal.
  3. Vous doutez qu’il vous connaisse. (Make sure you pay attention and you conjugate the verb for the subject and not the direct object!)
  4. J’espère que vous m’aimez. (Not the subjunctive so don’t conjugate as such!)

I hope this was a big help!

À bientôt!

ruisseler (v) - to flow, run, drip

luire (v) - to shine, gleam, glow 

étinceler (v) - to sparkle, shine, gleam 

rougeoyer (v) - to glow 

éblouir (v) - to dazzle, impress 

scintiller (v) - to sparkle, twinkle, shine 

éclore (v) - to bloom 

tourbillonner (v) - to whirl, swirl 

fredonner (v) - to hum 

éparpiller (v) - to scatter, strew 

éclairer (v) - to illuminate, shine 

onduler (v) - to ripple

Beautiful Words

Not enough people give credit to language. I am going to write here a hundered words that I find beautiful or funny or interesting. Pick one. Use one. Language is so important.

Keep reading

Mistakable Verbs in German:

This is a list of German Verbs I sometimes mistake because they look similar.

 I hope it can be useful for you too. :) 

Schieben: to push sth.

Schießen: to shoot.

Schließen: to close; to shut.



Leihen: to borrow sth.

Leiden: to suffer.

Laden: to load/charge sth.


Fliehen: to escape

Fliegen: to fly

Fließen: to flow.


Denken: to think

Danken: to thank


Liegen: to lie.

Legen: to put.


Rennen: to run.

Regnen: to rain.


Scheiden: to divide.

Scheinen: to shine/ to seem.


Waschen: to wash.

Wachsen: to grow.

Wachen: to be awake


Sitzen: to sit.

Setzen: to set.


Biegen: to bend.

Bieten: to offer