Level 3 Lesson 2 / linking verbs with -고 / Verb and Verb / 하고


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Level 3 Lesson 2 / linking verbs with -고 / Verb and Verb / 하고
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  • Amal

    오늘은 사무실에 가고 일을 많이 하고 집에서 한국어를 배웠어요.

  • noor demi

    question, does 그리고 has the same possibility of changing verbs between phrases like – 고? or is this just a rule for the usage of – 고??

    • 우유

      do you mean changing the tenses? no, it doesn’t. 그리고 is just a connector word like “and”, whereas -고 connects TO a verb which is why it changes it. it’s for ease of pronunciation