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My incredible dancing bias
So…both mean ‘question’, so what’s the difference? 질문 This means both ‘question’ or ‘problem’. If you want to say ‘I have a question’, this is what you would use. For that you would say:
I’m going to a concert (Groovl1n) and we got VIP tickets, so it involves a Hi-touch. My friend is helping me practice my verbal/auditory Korean skills and gave me a … sort of joke that I should tell the artist when I meet him.
씩 (each) Attach to counter / measurement (time and mathematecial) / 조금 이번 주말에 하루 12시간씩 일해야 돼요I have to work 12 hours each day this weekend(this time weekend a day 12 hours each work I have to) 앞으로 2주에 한 번씩 글을 올리겠습니다.From now on I’ll post a writing one time each every 2Continue reading “씩 counter”
They all mean ‘sweet’, but they different nuances 달다 used to describe food This is the most common word that you will see for sweet. It’s also the one that you will most likely be taught in a class or online course. It’s a neutral word, meaning it can be used to indicate that aContinue reading “달다 vs 달콤하다 vs 달달하다 (words meaning ‘sweet’)”
An abbreviation to complain about abbreviations 🙂 “An abbreviation for 별걸 다 줄인다 which is like [every little thing gets abbreviated]. It is used when the person you are talking to uses an abbreviation that is difficult to understand or makes it difficult to pronounce. It expresses your displeasure with how every little thing getsContinue reading “별다줄 meaning”
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Please remember that I am not fluent and this is just my understanding. Let me know if there’s mistakes! ____________________________________________ 을/를 뻔하다 ->Almost verbed, but didn’t ->Indicates relief that the action didn’t occur -when deciding how to add ㄹ follow normal future tense rules ->Used with past tense “if” statements to say “If this didn’t happen,Continue reading “Saying “almost” in Korean! (거의 • 뻔하다 • 하마터면)”