Summary: One of the unique problems facing the student of the Korean language is the high frequency of compound verbs. This type of construction does not occur in Indo-European languages, where simple verbs are far more common. This useful work written in English has similarities to guidebooks for verb conjugation in Western languages: a general discussion of the nature of Korean compound verbs is followed by a lengthy "Lexicon of 210 Compound Verbs." The lexicon is ...show more arranged alphabetically according to the McCune-Reischauer romanization system, providing easy access to the information therein. This is an indispensible reference to the student of Korean. ...show lessEdition/Copyright: 96
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