Decoded Slug: 부터 [buteo] (From)

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부터 [buteo] (From)

부터 [buteo] (From)

Short explanation:

Used to indicate the starting point of an action or a range; 'from'.


Noun + 부터


나는 오늘부터 다이어트를 시작할 거예요, 그래서 단것들은 더 이상 먹지 않을 거예요.
Naneun oneulbuteo daieoteureul shijakhal geoyeyo, geuraeseo danggeomdeureun deo isang meokji anheul geoyeyo.
I will start a diet from today, so I won't eat desserts anymore.
어린이부터 어른까지 모두 이 영화를 즐길 수 있어요, 많은 메세지와 교훈이 담겨있어요.
Eorinibuteo eoreunkkaji modu i yeongawareul jeulgil su isseoyo, manheun mesaejirag gyohuni damgyeoisseoyo.
Everyone, from children to adults, can enjoy this movie as it contains many messages and lessons.
우리는 내일부터 다시 일을 시작해야 해요, 그러니 오늘을 체력을 보충하는 데 쓰세요.
Urineun naeilbuteo dashi ireul shijakhaya haeyo, geureoni oneureul cheolyeogeul bochunghaneun dae sseoseyo.
We have to start working again from tomorrow, so use today to replenish your energy.
나는 작년 여름부터 한국어를 공부하기 시작했어요, 그래서 이제 조금은 할 수 있어요.
Naneun jaknyeon yeoreumbuteo hangugeo gongbuhagi shijakhaesseoyo, geuraeseo ije jogeumeun hal su isseoyo.
I started studying Korean from last summer, so I can do a little bit now.

Long explanation:

'부터 [buteo]' is a postposition used in Korean to denote the starting point of an action or to indicate the contiguous order of multiple items in a series. It translates to 'from' in English and is generally used to specify the beginning of a time period, series, or range. It plays a crucial role in constructing temporal or spacial sequences and expressing starting points in the Korean language.

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