Decoded Slug: 지금 [jigeum] (Now)

Korean Grammar Point
지금 [jigeum] (Now)

지금 [jigeum] (Now)

Short explanation:

Used to refer to 'now' or the 'current moment'.


지금 (Often used at the start of a sentence or before verbs)


지금 학교에 가야 해요, 수업이 곧 시작될 것이에요.
Jigeum hakgyo-e gaya haeyo, sueopi got sijakdoel geos-ieyo.
I have to go to school now, the class is about to start.
지금 비가 오고 있어요, 우산을 가져가는 것이 좋을 것 같아요.
Jigeum biga ogo isseoyo, usaneul gajyeoganeun geosi joheul geot gatayo.
It's raining now, it would be good to take an umbrella.
지금 숙제를 하고 있어요, 나중에 전화할게요.
Jigeum sukjereul hago isseoyo, najung-e jeonhwahalgeyo.
I am doing my homework now, I'll call you later.
지금 저희 집에 오시면 식사를 같이 할 수 있어요.
Jigeum jeoheui jib-e osimyeon sigsareul gati hal su isseoyo.
If you come to my house now, we can have a meal together.

Long explanation:

'지금 [jigeum]' is a common word in Korean that is used to reference the present moment or the immediate situation. It's equivalent to the word 'now' in English. It's often used when describing current actions, states, or situations. Depending on the context, it may refer to a specific moment, the present day, or even a broader period of time.

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