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Japanese Particles I

Japanese uses particles in order to identify elements within a sentence and to identify a sentence’s thrust or purpose. Many of these are appended to noun phrases much like a declension, to identify the phrase’s grammatical relationship to the rest … Continue reading

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WOTD, 그리고

The word of the day is… 그리고 Korean, kŭriko, 1. a conjunction, meaning “…and…”

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WOTD, 맛있다

The word of the day is… 맛있다 Korean, masissda, 1. to be tasty, full of taste.

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WOTD, 먹다

The word of the day is… 먹다 Korean, mŏkda, 1. to eat.

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WOTD, 어머니

The word of the day is… 어머니 Korean, ŏmŏni, 1. mother.

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