I’ve been thinking about going back to the basics for the Grammar of the Week. (Skipping numbers, dates, months/years, and colors since I’ve covered that too much) But I was thinking of going to vowels/consonants for a week just to get those who are probably struggling a bit a chance to get an idea of how they look and sound. I got the idea because I just recently started an online course to help me learn Korean and they make you start from the beginning so I figured, why not teach as I learn? The WOTD today is a phrase that I’ve seen people ask how to say.
좋은 아침입니다! (joh-eun achim-ibnida!) = Good Morning!
좋은 (joh-eun) = good
아침 (achim) = am/morning
~입니다 (~ibnida) = suffix; “to be – is/am/are/were”
You don’t necessarily need to know how to say this as many people just say 안녕하세요! (Annyeonghaseyo!) regardless of the time of day. Vocabulary of the Week will be tomorrow instead of today. I completely got thrown off by the days and so I didn’t get my list together today. 미안해! (mianhae!)