뭔가, 어딘가, 누군가, 언젠가, 왠지 Indefinite Nouns
August 26, 2009 by tailieutienghan
Question words can be formed into indefinite nouns by a certain conjugation. After this conjugation, these words now become indefinite nouns. Contrary to their interrogative counter parts, these indefinite nouns mean”some (interogative).”
Interrogative + ㄴ가
(There are exceptions to this conjugation, and interrogatives that cannot use this conjugation) KoreanClass101.com suggests these words be memorized as is.
누구 + ㄴ가
누군가 (nugunga) – someone
어디 + ㄴ가
어딘가 (eodinga) – somewhere
뭔가 (mwonga) – something
언제 + ㄴ가
언젠가 (eonjenga) – some time
왜 + ㄴ지
왠지 (wenji) – some reason
She must be somewhere.
I don't know why (for what reason).
Something is stuck.
5.언젠가 올 거라고 믿을 거예요.
(eonjenga ol georago mideul geo-yeyo.)
I'll trust that you'll come some time.
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