Level 2 Lesson 13 / too, also / -도 – Part 1

Let’s learn how to express “also” “too” or “as well” in Korean! You can add the particle -도 [do] to your sentence to express such meanings but the usages vary. And in this lesson, which is Part 1 out of two lessons on the paricle -도 [do], we are going to look at how to use -도 [do] with nouns and pronouns. If you have any questions, please feel free to leave us comments! 감사합니다.

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Level 2 Lesson 13 / too, also / -도 – Part 1
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  • Jo-c C.

    저는 한국어를 공부해요. 저는 노르웨이어하고 독일어도 공부하고 싶어요.
    I study Korean. I want to study Norwegian and German, too.

  • Jo-c C.

    제가 개를 좋아해요. 그런대 고양이도 좋아해요.
    I like dogs. But I like cats as well.

  • Jo-c C.

    제 친구가 Doctor Who 봐요. 저도 Doctor Who 봐요.
    My friend watches Doctor Who. I watch Doctor Who, too.

    I know Doctor Who is broadcast in South Korea, but I’m not sure how it’s written, or maybe it’s translated? My best guess would be 덕터 후.

  • Jonaye

    저도 피자 먹고 싶어요. = I also want to eat pizza.

  • 저도 한국어를 배우고있어요.

  • Creative Pixels

    So, if 저는 = I and 저를 = me, would “me too” be 저도 because you drop the 를? Or is there another way of saying “me too?”

  • 조슈아

    표토를 사고 붓었어요. 잔디도 사고 심었어요.
    I bought topsoil and poured it. I also bought grass and planted it.

    저도 얼마 이고 알은데 싶어죠.
    I also want to know how much it costs.