저는 학교에 가요. (I go to school.)
아버지는 회사에 가요. (Father goes to work.)
ㅏ,ㅗ + 아요
저는 자요. (I go to sleep.)
Korean Grammar Practice
Verbs and adjectives in Korean consist of a stem and 다ending.
'-아요/어요/해요' is an informal-polite sentence ending used to make statement or ask questions in the present tense.
In order to conjugate a verb into the present tense, you take the verb stem and add one of '아요', '어요' and '해요'.
1. If the verb stem's last vowel is ㅏ or ㅗ,
it is followed by 아요.
2. If the last vowel is not ㅏ or ㅗ, it is followed by 어요.
3. If a verb ends in 하다, change 하다 into 해요.
ㅓ,ㅜ,ㅣ + 어요
하다 ➔ 해요
저는 사과를 사요. (I buy an apple.)
바나나가 싸요. (Banana is cheap.)
빵이 싸요. (Bread is cheap.)