Decoded Slug: 계속 [gyesok] (Continue to)

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계속 [gyesok] (Continue to)

계속 [gyesok] (Continue to)

Short explanation:

Used to express the continuance or repetition of an action or situation.


계속 + Verb


그는 계속 공부하고 있어서 시험을 잘 볼 수 있을 것 같아요.
Geuneun gyesok gongbuhago isseoseo siheomeul jal bol su isseul geot gatayo.
He continues to study, so I think he will do well in the test.
기분이 좋아서 저는 계속 웃고 있어요.
Gibuni joaseo jeoneun gyesok usgo isseoyo.
I keep laughing because I'm in a good mood.
비가 계속 오고 있어서 우산을 가져가는 것이 좋을 것 같아요.
Biga gyesok ogo isseoseo usaneul gajyeoganeun geosi joeul geot gatayo.
It keeps raining so it would be good to take an umbrella.
그녀는 계속 건강에 신경 쓰고 있어서 병에 걸릴 확률이 적어요.
Geunyeoneun gyesok geongange singyeong sseugo isseoseo byeonge geollil hwagryul-i jeogeoyo.
She keeps caring for her health so she has less chance of getting sick.

Long explanation:

The term '계속 [gyesok]' is used in Korean language to represent the ongoing state of an event or action, similar to 'continue to' in English. It implies that an action or scenario is persisting over a period and it does not cease or take a break. It can be used with both verbs and adjectives to show that the action or condition is continuous or maintained.

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