I’ll absorb it all I’ll absorb it all 내가 A combination of the informal you 나 (meaning ‘I’) and the topic particle -가. -이/가 is used to indicate the topic of a sentence. -이 for words ending in a consonant sound and -가 for those ending in a vowel sound. When these attach to 나,Continue reading “Strange Planet Comic Translation (Korean/English)”
I made chocolates at my friend’s house and she gave me some Note: I’m moving old posts over to this blog….I know it isn’t Valentine’s Day. Can you read it? . . .
I just learned these so figured I’d pop on and share real quick.
They sound the same….but they’re spelled different with different meanings. ~ Hannah
Kinds of Cuisine Note: these are all combination words; meaning they take two words and smush them together.
Ok yeah this is random but my friend is a mechanical engineering major so I wanted to know the word for ‘engineer’, and it turns out that figuring out the word for ‘engineer’ is WAY more complicated than expected.
A quick guide to the difference between these 3 words because Google Translate pretty much translates them all to ‘strange’
A lot of Pokemon names in English are puns. Like Treecko (tree/gecko) or Bulbasaur (a plan bulb + dinosaur)
Note: Many emoticons include informal speech or words written improperly, so keep that in mind when studying them.
충격 means ‘shock’