Level 2 Lesson 29 / more, all / 더, 다

안녕하세요! Hi everyone! In this lesson, we are looking at how to say “more” and “all” in Korean. The Korean words for these meanings are a bit similar in pronunciation, and their usages also share some common characteristics. Let’s listen in and find out how to use them in natural context!

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Level 2 Lesson 29 / more, all / 더, 다
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  • faiza

    다 학생들을 공보하고 있어요 >> all students are studying
    세상을 다 방문 올고 싶어요 >> i will visit all the world
    주스 더 주세요 >> give me more juce
    취미를 더 있어요 >>” litterely ” i have more hobbies
    선생님들 도와 주세요 ^^

    • Helena Blažková

      학생들을 – you’re not supposed to use 을, because it is an objecz marking paricle, in your sentence, students aren’t the object

      세상을 다 방문 올고 싶어요 >> what does the 올 mean? I’m not sure if it’s right. I honestly can’t understand it 😀

    • faiza

      in the first sentence i didn’t pay attention that it’s an object
      in the second it was a typing mistake so i was trying to say 세상을 다 방문 오고 싶어요 = i want to visit all the world
      thanks a lot 정말 고맙습니다

  • Malori Green

    지금, 한국어를 더 공부하고 있어요
    Now, I am studying Korean more/ Now, I am studying more Korean

    이거? 오빠가 다 먹었요.
    This? My brother ate all of it/ This? My brother ate it all.

    아니요! 제가 더 보고 싶어요!
    No! I want to see more!

  • Sangmi

    저는 가게를 다 사하고 싶어요. I want to buy the entire store.
    지금 저녁식사는 것 다 먹었어요. I finished all my dinner just now.
    만약 밥을 더 주문해면, 그래서 더 지불도 할 거예요? If I order more rice, will I have to pay more, too?

  • 1. 머리가 아파서 일을 다 안 했어요.
    2. 정말 배고프면, 김치와 밥을 더 먹으세요.
    3. 앨범을 더 듣고 싶어요.

  • Harvey Rivas Potot

    – 몇번도 읽어도, 아직 잘 모르겠는데, 이걸 더 설명해 줄까요?
    – 트와이스 앨범을 다 사고 싶은데, 돈이 전혀 없어요.

  • 저를 친주로 생각해요?
    i’m trying to say this as fast as possible ㅋㅋㅋ

  • dy

    I have a question about 하다 verbs. In the first example (전화 다 했어요), 다 separated the verb and basically came between the noun and 하다 but in the last one (더 공부하고 싶으면), 더 was before the whole verb 공부하다. So what’s the rule?

    • اسماء

      I have the same question if someone knows please answer us

    • Michelle Lei

      i have the same question too

    • اسماء

      My Korean friend said that’s it’s okay to put it before and in between these verbs

    • dy

      oh cool, thanks for replying

  • Maria

    이 고기 맛있어요. 더 주세요. -> this meat is delicious. give me more.

  • McKenzie Rodwell

    – 옷이랑 신발 더 필요해요.
    – 피자를 다 막았어요.

  • Bakhtawar

    I am really being confused and please do answer me.As mentioned in this lesson that 다 and 더 is used before the verb not before the noun ,is it also true for these words 아직,조금,벌써,정말 and 별로?

  • Nhoc Nhoc

    전 혼자 다 일해야 해요? 미쳤어?
    더 일하면 건강에 안 좋아요.
    I have to do all of this alone ? Are you crazy?
    If you work more it’s not good for your strength

  • Trinity Pate


    감사합니다!! 이 수업 진짜 재미있었어요!!

    My practice sentences:

    당신은 다 먹으면, 내가 정말 슬펄 거예요!! – If you eat it all, I will be really sad!!

    그는 다 공부하지 않았어요. 그래서 실패했어요 – He didn’t study everything. Therefore he failed

    어제 숙제를 다 끝났어요. 그개서 오늘은 드라마를 더 볼 수 있어요 – Yesterday I finished all my
    homework. Therefore today I can watch more dramas

    저는 수학을 더 공부해야 돼요. 그런데 진짜 어려워요 – I have to study maths more. But it is really difficult.

    언젠가 시간이 더 있으면, 한국어를 매일 배울 거예요 – Someday, If I have more time, I will study Korean everyday

    Thanks for such a great lesson, Please let me know if my practice sentences are okay!!

  • 민지

    비빔밥을 다 먹었어요.. 더 주세요! – I ate all the Bibimbap.. give me more please!

    왜 다 먹었어요? 왜요?! 저도 먹고 싶었어요! – Why did Why did you eat all of it? Why?! I wanted to eat too!

  • Lucy

    So can you actually put 다/다 before the noun ever, or does it just not make sense in grammar? Or does it just change the meaning of the sentence slightly?

  • 이상민

    제 돈으로 다 살거예요. I will buy it all through my money
    몇 병 더 산 거예요? did you buy more bottles?


  • ナツ♥

    한국어를 더 공부 하고 싶어는데 벌써 오전 1시예요. 자야 돼요.

    TTMIK에서 한국어를 공부하는 것 정말 재미있어요! 가르쳐 주셔서 진심으로 감사합니다~!

  • sarah bendriss

    Hello ! I would like to know if it is possible to downlad all the podcasts at once? I would like to download them all and just listen while in the bus and all in order to memorize it better. I once downloaded the level 1 at once but that was yeaaars ago and now the website and all changed so I cant find how to download the rest anymore 😀 dowajusaeyo !

  • Ha Lam

    저는 제1관 Harry Potter 책 다읽었어요. 더사고 싶어요.
    I finish the firsh book of Harry Potter, and I want to buy all session of this book.

  • Duaa

    1. 식사를 다 먹었어요??
    2. 시험이 끝나면 , 드라마를 볼 수 있을거예요
    3. 한국어를 열심히 더 공부하고 싶어요

    correct please
    Thank You !! ^^

    • fluffyunicorn

      3. 한국어를 더 열심히 공부하고 싶어요 🙂

    • Duaa

      thank you! 🙂

  • Jose Raphael Delos Santos


    I was kind of confused with the last sentence, “더 공부하고 싶으면, TTMIK에 오세요”, 더 was placed before the verb 공부하다. However, in the sentence, “전화 다 했어요”, 다 was placed between 전화 and 하다. 도와주세요.


    • Jixanh

      I think it’s because we’re talking about “phone calls”, as a noun in 전화 다 했어요 and not “calling” as a verb and in 더 공부하고 싶으면 we’re talking about “studying” and not “doing the studying”.

  • morgyy-morgg

    한국 드라마를 다 봤어요. 드라마들 더 보고 싶어요!

  • Chess8Ko

    give me all of it
    다 주세요
    I’ve done all of it
    다 했어요
    are we there yet ?
    다 왔어요?
    Are you going to buy all of it?
    다 살거예요?
    to drink all the coffee
    커피를 다 마시다
    to read the whole book
    책을 다 읽다
    please give me more
    더 주세요
    there is more
    더 있어요
    I want to buy more
    더 사고 싶어요
    which is better?
    뭐가 도 좋아요?
    please wait for 10 more minutes
    10분 더 기다려 주세요
    Did you finish talking on the phone?
    전화 다 했어요?
    I finished the preparation
    준비 다 했어요
    Show me more
    더 보여주세요
    If you want to study more, come to TTMIK
    더 공부하고싶으면, TTMIK 에 오세요

  • ryebun17

    1. 김치를 요리 다 했어요.
    2. 오늘 오후에 영화를 다 보는 거예요.
    3. 박 지우 언니가 밥을 다 먹었어요.
    4. 유나 씨 저보다 살이 빠지는 것 더 했어요.

    1. I finished cooking Kimchi.
    2. We all are watching the movie this afternoon.
    3. Park Jiu ate all of the rice.
    4. Yuna lost more weight than me.

  • 조슈아

    꽂을 더 냄새고 싶어요.
    I want to smell more flowers.

    다 일했어요.
    I’ve finished working.

  • Jixanh

    노래를 더 듣고 싶어요. (I want to listen to more songs. / I want to listen to songs more.)
    청소 다 했어요. 지금 쉬어야 돼요. (I finished cleaning. I have to rest now.)
    태형아 수업이 다 끝났어 극장에 가자! (Taehyung-ah I finished my classes, let’s go to the movies!)
    더 필요하면 저한테 전화하세요. (If you need more, call me.)

  • Kaylee

    저는 가족하고 만나는거는 아라요, 일씩 요리 다 했어요.
    I knew we were meeting with family, so i did all the cooking earlier.

  • 샨텔

    1. 저는 김치를 더 막고 싶아요
    I want to eat more Kimchi
    2. 저는 빅뱅보다 방탄소년단을 더 좋아요
    I like BTS more than Big Bang
    3. 소주 더 주세요
    Please give me more soju

    • Catsy

      You must use I or GA with JOHAYO.
      빅뱅은 방탄소년단보다 좋아해요
      I think this sentence is more correct as #2.

    • Catsy

      You must use I or GA with JOHAYO.
      빅뱅을 방탄소년단보다 좋아해요
      or 빅뱅이 방탄소년단보다 좋아요
      I think this sentence is more correct as #2.

    • 샨텔

      I’ve asked a Korean friend about this and has confirmed my example sentence is correct.
      저는, 너는 must be added, because the listener won’t know who you are talking about and because I am using “보다” particle at the end of 빅뱅 then I don’t need to put “이” or “을” ^^
      But both “좋아요” and “좋아해요” are correct.

      Your correction sentence is also saying Big Bang is better than BTS hahaha ^^

    • Catsy

      I have spoken with Korean people too. Your sample sentence is just using names in place of A and B, these could be anything. I am aware of what my sentence says–they are only examples. It says “i like x more than y”, you can omit 더.

      좋아요 means ‘to be good’ or ‘to like’ and in this example it can mean ‘better’. This is typically used with 이/가. 좋아해요 is an action of liking something, which is why you use 을/를.

      You do not have to use 저는, 너는. Context is implied. There are so many sentences where you can just drop 저/너/나 whatever.

      There are places where you can drop markers, but as a beginner it’s better to use them.

    • 샨텔

      I don’t know what the point of your comment is tbh, my sample sentence is correct.
      You are trying to correct my sample sentence, so of course I am going to point out that you have switched them around lmao (learn to take a joke)
      I know you can drop 저/너/나 and I agree as a beginner it is better to use them hence why I said it should be added.

    • Catsy

      My point was telling you that you weren’t right, why make this an argument?

    • 샨텔

      Dude you are the one making this into an argument. You commented ‘thinking’ you know better and I tell you that my sentence was correct BUT you can also use “좋아해요”.

      Not to mention you have to edit your comments and the 2nd example sentence is similar to what I wrote “빅뱅보다 방탄소년단이 좋아요” the only thing that is different is you put “이” instead of “을” and removed “저는”

      And you’re trying to tell me that my sentence is wrong?!

    • 샨텔

      There is no point 2 mid-level beginners arguing over object and subject particles.

    • Catsy

      Why discount someone who is also learning the language when you would’ve run across the same problems as each other? The issue with learning from Korean friends is that they would’ve spoken this language and not learnt how to teach it. Editing my comments to fix the order is something I was at least transparent with and not jumping down your throat about it.

    • 샨텔

      Dude, why are you still trying to turn this into an argument?
      In my previous comment, I meant that in a respectful way as Korean Grammar is not native to us, so why should we argue over what is correct or not? It is like the blind leading the blind. Do you understand?

      Yes, I agree with the issue of learning from Korean friends. It is the same as us English speakers trying to teach someone English. I only ask my Korean friends about example sentences I have made.

    • Catsy

      It’s not an argument to me. It’s not blind leading the blind when someone who has learnt a certain part of the language has already reached that point. For instance, say someone has learnt a language for 1 year and someone else has learnt it for 6 months. Obviously they are not going to be at the same point. What if someone has gone to university to learn a language and another is not but learning free online. What I’m saying is: you can’t just go to one person and say that it’s right because one person says it is.

      Your comments were definitely not respectful and you are still telling me I’m arguing with you. I’m just talking to you. If you read the other comments, you can see that non-native people here are correcting each other, and none of them are getting angry and upset about it. Moving the particles around still doesn’t make me any less informed than you and you really shouldn’t assume I am uninformed about some parts of Korean.

      You also have typos in your first sentence and used A instead of EO.

    • Catsy

      I’m not arguing with you, you just think you’re being personally attacked. I’ve asked people about how to make it into a sentence and the way you made it isn’t how it’s made with natives.

      The change from 좋아해요 and 을 is important, there’s a lesson on the difference. You can be incorrect even with minor mistakes like that. You’re going to make lots of mistakes learning another language, why make a big deal being called out on the internet as incorrect.

      저는 방탄소년단보다 빅뱅을 더 좋아해요.
      저는 방탄소년단보다 빅뱅이 더 좋아요.
      is the correct way to write it.

  • Chutipong Arunkijthawonkul

    1. 저한테 더말할수있어요?
    Can you tell me more?

    2. 발싸 다받았어요.
    I already received all of it.

  • Cathal Dunne

    Some practice sentences
    숙제는 다 했어요. I finished all my homework.
    진짜 배고파요. 다 먹을 거에요. I’m really hungry. I’m going to eat everything.
    일본 좋아해요 그런대 한국 더 좋아해요. I like Japan, but I like Korea more.
    오늘 저는 안 바빠요. 택을 다 읽었어요. Today I’m not busy. I read a whole book.
    오늘은 너무 추워요. 옷은 더 입을 거예요.Today is very cold. I’m going to wear more clothes.

  • Alexandra vizi

    hi, I have a question
    In this lesson in the PDF you say: show me more. 더 보여 주세요.
    is not 더 봐 주세요?
    도와 줄 수 있어요?

    • Jacob Hanson

      Hi! the verb they used is different in this example. 보다, which means to see, turns into 봐요. but 보이다, which is the verb they used, means to be visible, and it conjugates into 보여

  • Toni-ann Thompson

    더 먹고 싶어요