일기 il-gi : diary
날짜 nal-jja: date
_월_일 _wol_il: _month_day
오늘 o-neul: today
어제 eo-je: yesterday
내일 nae-il: tomorrow
Past Tense Verbs:
재미 있었다 jae-mi iss-eot-da: It was fun
즐거웠다 jeul-geo-wot-da: It was enjoyable
지루했다 ji-ru-haet-da: It was boring
했습니다 haet-seum-ni-da: I did
좋아했다 jo-a-haet-da: I liked
싫어했다 si-reo-haet-da: I didn’t like
먹었다 meo-geot-da: I ate
봤다 bwat-da: I saw
놀았다 no-rat-ta: I played
갔다 gat-da: I went
Subject + Time + Object + Verb
나는 오늘 친구랑 놀았다. na-neun o-neul chin-gu-rang nor-at-da. : I played with my friend today.
나는 오늘 학교에 갔다. na-neun o-neul hak-gyo-e gat-da. : Today, I went to school.
나는 어제 파티로 갔다. na-neun eo-je pa-ti-ro gat-da : I went to a party yesterday.
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