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Korean

Verb

가다 (gada

  1. To go
    • 가자!
      Gaja!
      Let's go!

Antonyms

  • 오다 (oda, “to come”)

Conjugation

가다 (gada) has two forms for the 해라체 (haerache, “plain”) imperative. The blunt form is regular: 가라 (gara, “go!”). The less blunt form is irregular: 가거라 (gageora, “go (well)!”). Other verbs with the irregular non-blunt form are 일어나다 (ireonada, “to get up”), 자라다 (jarada, “to grow”), 자다 (jada, “to sleep”), and compound verbs ending in 가다 (gada).

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