English Sentence:

I had breakfast, and shortly afterwards I drove into town.

Korean Translation:

저는 아침 식사를 한 뒤 곧 시내로 차를 몰고 나갔습니다.

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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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아침

a chim

1. morning 2. breakfast

Here: morning

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식사

shik sa

meal, diet, eating, dining

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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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하다

ha da

1. to do 2. to be (+ adjective or noun to describe something) 3. to have to, must 4. (after verb to tell how another person feels) 5. to say (short version)

Here: to do

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dwi

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

Here: behind, back, rear

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got

soon, straightforwardly

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시내

shi ne

city, town, downtown

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ro

1. with, in, as (particle after word to add meaning of 'method', 'way') 2. road, street 3. to, towards 4. because of 5. (particle that comes after time) 6. for

Here: to, towards

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cha

1. car 2. tea 3. time, turn, order 4. for (+reason) 5. difference

Here: car

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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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몰다

mol da

1. to drive 2. to corner

Here: to drive

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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 to add meaning of 'and')

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나가다

na ga da

1. to go out, to exit 2. to weigh

Here: to go out, to exit

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니다

ni da

(statement ending in formal tone)

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