에서

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Korean[edit]

Etymology[edit]

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Particularly: “Appears to be a compound of particle + element .”

Particle[edit]

에서 ‎(eseo)

  1. (denoting movement) from
    • 어디에서 왔어요?
      Eodieseo wasseoyo?
      Where do you come from?
  2. (locative, denoting a place where something happens) in, at, on
    • 에서 낮잠 잔다.
      Jibeseo natjam janda.
      I take a nap at home.
  3. (starting point of a range) from, through.
    • 1에서 10까지.
      Ileseo sipkkaji.
      From 1 to 10.
    • 6에서 9살.
      Yugeseo ahop sal.
      6 to 9 years old.

Usage notes[edit]

에서 (eseo) is only used with inanimate objects.

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