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🌐 ðŸ‡°ðŸ‡·ð—Ąð—Ū𝘁ð—ķ𝘃ð—ē 𝗞𝗞ð—ŋð—ēð—Ūð—ŧ ð—Ąð˜‚ð—šð—Ŋð—ēð—ŋð—ķð—ŧð—ī ð—Ķ𝘆𝘀𝘁ð—ē𝗚 🇰🇷 Used for: – Counting people and things – Counting hours of time – Counting age They are generally used along with unit nouns that express the appropriate unit when counting people or things. (멅, 개, 마ëĶŽ, ëēˆ, ėž”, ëģ‘, etc) ð—Ąð˜‚ð—šð—ēð—ŋð—Ūð—đ ð—Ąð—Ū𝘁ð—ķ𝘃ð—ē 𝗞𝗞ð—ŋð—ēð—Ūð—ŧ ð—Ąð˜‚ð—šð—Ŋð—ēð—ŋ (𝗞𝗞ð—ŋð—ēð—Ū ð—Ķ𝘆𝘀𝘁ð—ē𝗚) 1 하나 [ha-na] 2 둘 [dul] 3 ė…‹ [set] 4 넷 [net] 5 ë‹Īė„Ŋ [da-seot] 6 ė—Žė„Ŋ [yeo-seot] 7 ėžęģą [il-gop] 8 ė—ŽëŸ [yeo-deol] 9 ė•„홉 [a-hop] 10 ė—ī [yeol] For example, 𝗖𝗞𝘂ð—ŧ𝘁ð—ķð—ŧð—ī ð—―ð—ēð—žð—―ð—đð—ē ð—Ūð—ŧð—ą 𝘁ð—ĩð—ķð—ŧð—ī𝘀: ė‚ŽëžŒ 두 멅 = 2 Person 🙋ðŸŧ‍♂🙋ðŸŧ‍♂ 펜 ë‹Īė„Ŋ 개 = 5 Pens 🖋🖋🖋🖋🖋 ë§ĨėĢž 한 ėž” = 1 Cup of Beer 🍚 강ė•„ė§€ ë„Ī 마ëĶŽ = 4 Puppies ðŸķðŸķðŸķðŸķ 𝗖𝗞𝘂ð—ŧ𝘁ð—ķð—ŧð—ī ð—ĩ𝗞𝘂ð—ŋ𝘀 ð—ķð—ŧ 𝘁ð—ķ𝗚ð—ē: ė„ļ ė‹œ = 3 o'clock 🕒 ėžęģą ė‹œ = 7 o'clock 🕖 𝗖𝗞𝘂ð—ŧ𝘁ð—ķð—ŧð—ī ð—Ūð—īð—ē: 한 ė‚ī = 1 Year Old ðŸ‘ķðŸŧ ė—ī ė‚ī = 10 Years Old ðŸ‘ĶðŸŧ (Notice that in the examples above that “한, 두, ė„ļ, ë„Ī” are used because it is used as a counting unit, however when used as a counting system, “하나, 둘, ė…‹, 넷” is used.)

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