Level 5 Lesson 19 - Verb + -(으)라고 + VerbIn this lesson, we are looking at how to use the structure “Verb + -(으)라고 + Verb”. Through our previous lessons, we have learned that -(으)라고, -ㄴ/은/는다고, etc are used for quoting what something is called or what someone said. And today, let us look at how -(으)라고 is used after a verb to make an quoted imperative statement. ConjugationVerb stems ending with a vowel + -라고 + 하다/말하다/쓰다/듣다/etcEx) 보다 → 보라고 하다/말하다/쓰다/듣다/etcVerb stems ending with a last consonant + -(으)라고 + 하다/말하다/쓰다/듣다/etcEx) 먹다 → 먹으라고 하다/말하다/쓰다/듣다/etcExamples보다 (= to see) → 보라고 하다 = to tell (someone) to look at (something)먹다 (= to eat)→ 먹으라고 말하다 = to tell (someone) to eat (something)앉다 (= to sit)→ 앉으라고 하다 = to tell (someone) to sit downSample sentences1. 조용히 하라고 말해 주세요.[jo-yong-hi ha-ra-go mal-hae ju-se-yo.]= Please tell them/him/her to be quiet.2. 걱정하지 말라고 했어요. [geok-jeong-ha-ji mal-la-go hae-sseo-yo.]= They told me not to worry.= I told them not to worry.3. 누가 가라고 했어요?[nu-ga ga-ra-go hae-sseo-yo?]= Who told you/her/him/them to go?4. 어디로 오라고 했어요?[eo-di-ro o-ra-go hae-sseo-yo?]= Where did they ask you to come?= Where did you ask them to come?5. 효진 씨한테 주라고 했어요. [hyo-jin ssi-han-te ju-ra-go hae-sseo-yo.]= They told me to give this to Hyojin.= I told them to give that to Hyojin.