Level 2 Lesson 4 / and, with / 하고, (이)랑

In this lesson, we are introducing two new words, 하고 and (이)랑. These are conjunctive words that are used to link two nouns together with the meaning of “and”, and also to express the meaning of “together with”. Listen in to find out how they are used in actual conversations.

And from this lesson on, we are trying something new: we are going to have our friends appear in our lessons introducing their own sample phrases, so that you, our listeners, can have access to a wider range of sample sentences and also have a chance to listen to Korean native speakers other than our teachers. But don’t worry. Our friends’ sample sentences are NOT going to REPLACE the sample sentences by the two hosts 경은 and 현우. We are just adding more sample phrases.

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이경미 (http://twitter.com/callmiaaa)
신영주 (http://twitter.com/syj4ever)

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Level 2 Lesson 4 / and, with / 하고, (이)랑
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  • Bestrong

    커 집하고 돈 많이 있고 싶어요.

  • khadija

    저는 컴퓨터하고 핸드폰 사고 싶어요
    i want buy a computer and a cellphone.

  • Kurt Grego Deanon Aquino

    I want to buy a computer and a cellphone. 😀

  • Could someone help me? I don’t really understand the grammar in this phrase:
    매운 거랑 단 거 좋아해요
    I mean, I searched for 매운 거 and 단 거 but I didn’t find it in the dictionary. The meaning is also written under it, but I’d like to know how I should really understand these two words. Then do they mean spicy and sweet food? And may I use them in this way?

    • Ivis Benavides

      맵다 and 달다 is how you would say spicy and sweet. However in this case they were both turned into their adjective form. You can learn more about this in level 3 lesson 13. Essentially 매은 and 단 is the adjective form and they are both modifying 거(thing) so the literal translation would be something like “I like spicy and sweet things” which I believe would be considered as “I like spicy and sweet food”

    • I got it! Thank you, you helped me a lot!

  • mishyel

    “남자친구하고대이트할거예요” can’t relate lol ㅠㅠㅠ

  • Leandro Guianan

    Assignment: 저는 핸드폰하고 컴퓨터 사고 싶어요. (I wanna buy a phone and a computer.)

  • Akvilė Lukauskaitė

    Could someone please check for me?
    내일 학교에 갈 거예요. 싫어요. 제 친구 안 올 거예요. 그래서 나는 혼자 있읗 거예요. 그렇지만 이떠가 셥에 갈 거예요.
    감사합니다! 🙂

    • Ivis Benavides

      looks good just some spelling errors:
      있읗 –> 있을
      이떠가 셥에 –> 이따가 숍에

  • Taysgma

    Please explain why sentence: Who did you travel with? 여행 누구랑 갔다 왔어요?and not 누구 랑 같이 여행핬어요?

    Also is raining / to rain:

    비가 오다 or 비 오다 or 비내리다


    • Ivis Benavides

      I’m also learning myself but I think I can answer the question. They both will work. However “갔다 왔어요” implies that you went and came back already while the second has no indication that you came back from the trip. Both 비가 오다 and 비가 내리다 mean “to rain” so you can use either to say “It is raining”.

  • Taysgma

    Thanks so much!

  • Nico Yu

    저는 컴퓨터하고 핸드폰 사고 싶어요. I want to buy computer and mobile phone.

  • Nico Yu

    hi! I’m reading the sample dialogue in the textbook, the question A asked is “어디로 갔다 왔어요?”, I have two questions here:
    1) Why the location marker is 로 here? Is there any difference of using 여?
    2) The expression of 갔다 왔어요 is “go and come back”, can we just replaced as “갔어요” here?
    Thank you!

    • Ivis Benavides

      1) The 로 comes from -(으)로 which is taught in lesson 2 level 28. There is a difference between -(으)로 and 에(i’m guessing you meant to type 에 not 여). -(으)로 gives it more of a meaning of “towards a direction” while 에 is just to mark a location. I don’t think it makes much of a difference here though, but i’m also learning myself so I could be wrong.
      2) You can replace it with “갔어요” but it does lose the meaning of “coming back” so someone won’t be able to figure out if they came back, stayed there, or went somewhere else.

    • Nico Yu

      Awesome!! Thank you for the detail explaination 🙂

  • mxc9219

    She wants to buy a computer and a cellphone.

  • Kenneth

    Sorry for the late answer, I am just now on Level 2.
    You’re correct: 같이 is pronounced as 가치 because of sound change rules.
    ㅌ + 이 = 치. There are numerous sound change rules. YouTuber GoBillyKorean has an excellent video but be prepared to take 5 pages worth of notes.

  • Ryan Richardson

    Level 2, lesson 4 pdf doesn’t seem to be usable at the moment. Just wondering if that’s just for me.

  • 칼립소

    저는 컴퓨터하고 핸드폰 사고 싶어요.
    “I want to buy a computer and a mobile phone.”

    • Mateus Povoleri

      I’ve heard exactly the same. For some reason I can hear a little 에 after 핸드폰.

  • 조슈아

    아버지랑 울어요.
    I cried with my dad.

    당신은 손하고 머리를 때렸어요!
    You hit my hand and head!