[KWotD] How To Say Tree in Korean

Korean Word of the Day: How to say Tree in Korean

Tree in Korean

In yesterday’s KWotD, we looked at the Korean word for ‘apple’ so if you missed that one, be sure to check it out unless you already know the word! Today’s lesson will cover a semi-related word as we learn how to say ‘tree’ in Korean. For this, you use the word:

 

na-mu

(in Hangul: 나무)

 

There is not much to this word really, so let’s just go right into the examples.

Examples

Ex. 1

사과가 나무에서 떨어졌다.

[sa-gwa-ga na-mu-e-seo ddeo-reo-jeo-tta]

=An apple fell from the tree.

 

Ex. 2

창문 밖에 나무가 있어요.

[chang-mun bakk-e na-mu-ga iss-eo-yo].

= There is a tree outside the window.

 

You might also want to check out our lesson on position words, for words like outside!

 

For more lessons like this, check out our Korean word of the day archive.

As usual we reocmmend that you learn hangul if you are serious about learning Korean if you haven’t already done so. It is much easier than you probably think and, believe it or not, it will only take you a few days to be able to read the entire alphabet. So what are you waiting for?

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By: Kimchi Cloud

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