L1G71 N-(이)군요, A-군요, V-는군요 grammar = I see, indeed, ! ~ express surprise

L1G71 N-(이)군요, A-군요, V-는군요 grammar = I see, indeed, ! ~ express surprise

Usage:
- Express surprise or wonder upon learning something new either from direct observation or experience or hearing = 'I see', 'indeed', or '!'
- In the informal style, -군요 changes to -구나/-군
- Mostly used in books and written texts

Tense:
1. V + 는군요
먹다 --> 먹는군요
사다 --> 사는군요
운동하다 --> 운동하는군요
*만들다 --> 만드는군요

2. A +군요
크다 --> 크군요
덥다 --> 덥군요
피곤하다 --> 피곤하군요

3. N +(이)군요
의사이다 --> 의사(이)군요
학생이다 --> 학생이군요




Examples
1. 눈이 나쁘군요.
Your vision is bad indeed.
2. 아이스크림을 좋아하는군요.
You really like ice cream!
3. 감기가 걸렸군요.
I see you have caught a cold.

4. 우산 있어요? 지금 밖에 바가 와요.
- 정말 비가 오는군요. 우산이 없는데 오떻게 하죠?
Do you have an umbrella? It's raining outside now.
- It's really raining! I don't have an umbrella,  what shall I do?

5. 토니 씨, 인사하세요. 이분이 우리 회사 사장님이세요.
- 아, 사장님이시군요. 안녕하세요.
Tony, please say hello. This is our company president.
- Oh, the company president. Nice to meet you.

6. 엄마, 오늘 학교에서 일이 있어서 늦게 왔어요.
- 응, 그래서 늦었구나.
Mom, I was busy at school today, so I came home late.
- Okay. So that's why you're late.

7. 제 여자 친구 사진이에요.
- 여자 친구가 예쁘군요.
It's my girlfriend picture.
- Your girlfriend is beautiful indeed.

8. 점심시간인데 밥 안 먹어요?
-아, 벌써 점심시간이군요.
It's lunch time,  but don't you have lunch?
- Oh, I see it's already lunch time.
L1G71 N-(이)군요, A-군요, V-는군요 grammar = I see, indeed, ! ~ express surprise L1G71 N-(이)군요, A-군요, V-는군요 grammar = I see, indeed, ! ~ express surprise Reviewed by Korean Topik on 6/24/2019 Rating: 5

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