Decoded Slug: ~이랑 [irang] (And, with)

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~이랑 [irang] (And, with)

~이랑 [irang] (And, with)

Short explanation:

Used to express ', and' or ', with' when connecting two or more nouns.


Noun + 이랑 + Noun


제가 오늘 친구이랑 영화를 보러 갔어요.
Jega oneul chingu irang yeonghwareul boreo gasseoyo.
I went to see a movie with a friend today.
저는 커피이랑 케이크를 주문했어요.
Jeoneun keopi irang keikeu reul jumunhaesseoyo.
I ordered coffee and cake.
언니이랑 나는 같은 옷을 입었어요.
Eonnirang naneun gateun otseul ibeosseoyo.
My sister and I wore the same clothes.
아빠이랑 엄마는 서울에 살아요.
Appa irang eommaneun seoul-e sal-ayo.
My dad and mom live in Seoul.

Long explanation:

'~이랑 [irang]' is a common conjunction used in Korean to connect two or more nouns, similar to 'and' or 'with' in English. It is often used in everyday spoken language, making it quite informal. It can be used to introduce people, things, or ideas, or to list items or actions in sequence.

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