How to List Multiple Actions in Korean
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We say sentences like “I met my friends and hung out” and “I want to go home and just sleep” all the time. The simplest way to link two actions side by side is using the suffix -고, but sometimes just using -고 is not enough. This lesson will explain how to properly use -고 and -아/어/여서 to naturally express multiple actions that are linked and listed together in one sentence.


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