English Sentence:

Sometimes after I read a scary book I have nightmares.

Korean Translation:

저는 가끔 무서운 책을 읽고 난 뒤에 악몽을 꾸곤 합니다.

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juh

1. I, me (polite) 2. that 3. low

Here: I, me (polite)

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neun

1. (subject particle) 2. (particle to add emphasis) 3. (particle after a verb to modify a noun, present tense) 4. (verb ending for present tense)

Here: (subject particle)

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가끔

ga keum

sometimes, every now and then

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무섭다

moo sup da

to be scary, to be scared (of)

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chek

1. book 2. strategy

Here: book

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eul

1. (object particle) 2. (particle in verb to add meaning of 'perhaps') 3. (particle after a verb or an adjective to modify a noun, future tense)

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읽다

ik da

to read, to read out

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go

1. and 2. (particle after verb to be placed in front of verbs meaning 'hope', 'wish') 3. (particle after phrase or clause) 4. (particle after verb or adjective to add meaning of progression) 5. high 6. ancient

Here: (particle after phrase or clause)

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나다

na da

1. to get 2. to come out, to grow 3. to occur, to cross one's mind 4. to be done with

Here: to be done with

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dwi

1. behind, back, rear 2. after, next

Here: after, next

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e

1. at, to, by, on, in (particle after place, time or object) 2. because of (particle after noun or gerund to add reason) 3. for (particle after noun or gerund to add 'purpose')

Here: at, to, by, on, in (particle after place, time or object)

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악몽

ak mong

nightmare

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eul

1. (object particle) 2. (particle in verb to add meaning of 'perhaps') 3. (particle after a verb or an adjective to modify a noun, future tense)

Here: (object particle)

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꾸다

koo da

to dream, to have a dream

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고는 하다

go neun ha da

(phrase after verb to tell something happens sometimes or occasionally)

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니다

ni da

(statement ending in formal tone)

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