Decoded Slug: ~이므로 [imyeo] (Therefore, because)

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~이므로 [imyeo] (Therefore, because)

~이므로 [imyeo] (Therefore, because)

Short explanation:

Used to express cause or reason; 'therefore', 'because'.


Noun/adjective + 이다 change to ~이므로


일주일 동안 매일 비가 왔으므로, 우산을 챙기는 것이 좋을 것 같아요.
Iljuil dongan maeil bi ga wasseumyeo, usaneul chaenggineun geos-i joh-eul geos gat-ayo.
Since it has been raining every day for a week, it would be a good idea to carry an umbrella.
그녀는 한식을 아주 잘 만들 수 있으므로, 동네 사람들로부터 요리 사랑받고 있어요.
Geunyeoneun hansigeul aju jal mandeul su isseumyeo, dongne saramdeullobuteo yori sarangbadgo isseoyo.
Since she can cook Korean food very well, she is loved by the people in the neighborhood for her cooking.
날이 매우 춥다이므로, 스카프를 쓰는 것이 좋겠어요.
Nari maeu chubdaeimyeo, seukapeureul sseuneun geos-i jogess-eoyo.
Since the weather is very cold, it would be a good idea to wear a scarf.
내일은 공휴일이므로, 우체국이 문을 닫을 것입니다.
Naeireun gonghyuil-imyeo, uche-gug-i muneul dad-eul geos-ibnida.
Since tomorrow is a public holiday, the post office will be closed.

Long explanation:

'이므로 [imyeo]' is a grammatical conjunction used in Korean to indicate cause or reason, similar to 'therefore' or 'because' in English. It is used frequently in formal written Korean and sometimes in spoken Korean as well. It often appears in complex sentences where the speaker wants to express that something occurs as a result of a certain condition.

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