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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:
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Part 1 can be found here ~ Person 1 Female, 20 So I met this girl on Tandem. She messaged me super friendly and we talked for 2 hours before I went to bed and then for 5 or so hours the next morning. She had taken a nap and didn’t go to bed untilContinue reading “Examples of Dropping Formalities #2”
This post goes hand in hand with Hannah’s! She gave you real life examples of how she experienced a switch that you can read here-> ( https://satyanghaekorean.org/2021/11/07/a-note-on-korean-formalities-dropping-them-examples/ ) Remember that I am not native, so this is just my own conjecture based on the response given by my language partner to a sample conversation whereContinue reading “When and How to Switch to 반말”
So I went to my friend’s house and found this book. What do you think it says? Pause and think about it before continuing ~
*･ﾟﾟ･*:.｡..｡.:*ﾟ:*:✼✿ ✿✼:*ﾟ:.｡..｡.:*･ﾟﾟ･* Hey guys! I was just thinking about formalities earlier and wanted to share my experience with different Koreans and dropping formalities. Formalities are extremely important to the Korean language. 존댓말, or formal speech, should be used with people you don’t know, people who are older than you, or people who are in authority. 반말,Continue reading “A note on Korean formalities (& dropping them) + Examples”