Decoded Slug: 그리고 [geurigo] (And then)

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그리고 [geurigo] (And then)

그리고 [geurigo] (And then)

Short explanation:

This connector is used to link actions, situations or phases that occur consecutively.


Sentence + 그리고 + Sentence


저는 학교에 갔어요 그리고 수업을 들었어요 그리고 친구들과 점심을 먹었어요.
Jeoneun hakgyoe gasseoyo geurigo sueopeul deuleosseoyo geurigo chingudeulgwa jeomsimeul meogeosseoyo.
I went to school, and then I took classes, and then I had lunch with friends.
게임을 했어요 그리고 졸려서 잠을 잤어요 그리고 다시 게임을 했어요.
Geimeul haesseoyo geurigo jollyeosseo jam-eul jasseoyo geurigo dasi geimeul haesseoyo.
I played a game, and then I fell asleep because I was sleepy, and then I played the game again.
제가 커피를 마셨어요 그리고 도서관에 갔어요 그리고 공부를 했어요.
Jega keopireul masyeosseoyo geurigo doseogwane gaseoyo geurigo gongbureul haesseoyo.
I drank coffee, and then I went to the library, and then I studied.
친구를 만났어요 그리고 영화를 봤어요 그리고 집에 돌아왔어요.
Chingureul mannasseoyo geurigo yeonghwareul bwasseoyo geurigo jibe dolawasseoyo.
I met a friend, and then I watched a movie, and then I came home.

Long explanation:

'그리고 [geurigo]' is a conjunction used in Korean to indicate sequential occurrences of actions or situations. It conveys a sense of continuation or succession, akin to 'and then' in English. It is used to emphasize the sequential flow of events and is often used in complex sentences to describe actions or situations of a similar nature or time order.

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