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
The word of the day is… 그리고 Korean, kŭriko, 1. a conjunction, meaning “…and…”
The word of the day is… 맛있다 Korean, masissda, 1. to be tasty, full of taste.
The word of the day is… 먹다 Korean, mŏkda, 1. to eat.
The word of the day is… 어머니 Korean, ŏmŏni, 1. mother.