The Korean Writing SystemSyllablesNounsPredicatesFormal and Informal SpeechPre-Final and Final EndingsSpeech LevelAdding ㅓ or ㅏ to a predicate stemAdding 으 to predicates stemsThe Deferential Speech LevelThe Intimate Speech LevelThe Polite Speech LevelThe Plain Speech LevelIrregular PredicatesThe Subject Particle 가 and 이The object particle 를 and 을The Topic Particle 는 and 은Forming a Sentence이다 and 아니다있다 and 없다NegationPast TensePredicates as ModifiersDeterminersBound NounsDesireNumbersCountersQuestionsThe Particle 에

Numbers

Korean numbers use two different systems for counting. A number is either a native Korean number or a Sino-Korean number. For counting every-day objects not exceeding 100 or age, Korean numbers are used. Sino Korean are used in academic settings and for unbounded measurements such as time duration, weight or distance.
KoreanSino-KoreanArabic0하나1234다섯5여섯6일곱7여덟8아홉910스물이십20서른삼십30마흔사십40오십50예슨육십60일흔칠십70여든팔십80아흔구십90100100010000십만100000백만1000000천만10000000100000000십억1000000000백억10000000000천억1000000000001000000000000
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