Decoded Slug: 하고 [hago] (And, with)

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하고 [hago] (And, with)

하고 [hago] (And, with)

Short explanation:

Used to express 'and' or 'with' in terms of connecting nouns or sharing activities.


Noun 1 + 하고 + Noun 2


저는 친구하고 영화를 보고 밥을 먹었어요, 그리고 집에 가서 숙제를 했어요.
Jeoneun chinguhago yeongwareul bogo babeul meogeosseoyo, geurigo jibe gaseo sukje eul hayeossseoyo.
I watched a movie and ate with my friend, then went home and did my homework.
이번 주말에는 가족하고 여행을 가기로 결정했어요.
Ibeon jumaleneun gajokhago yeohaengeul gagi ro gyeoljeonghaessseoyo.
I decided to go on a trip with my family this weekend.
피터하고 메리는 함께 학교에 갔어요.
Piteohago Merineun hamkke hakgyoe gasseoyo.
Peter and Mary went to school together.
나는 오늘 아빠하고 쇼핑하러 갈 계획이에요.
Naneun oneul appahago syopingharero gal gyehoegieyo.
I plan to go shopping with my dad today.

Long explanation:

'하고 [hago]' is a conjunction used in Korean to link or associate two or more nouns or to express doing something together with someone. It conveys a sense of conjunction similar to 'and' in English where two or more things or people are combined or linked. Also, it is used to denote the concept of 'with' when expressing doing something in a company or joint activity with others.

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