아프다 ‎(apeuda) [Word of the Day]

안녕하세요! (annyeonghaseyo!)

Today’s word is one that is probably said more frequently then you realize when you watch k-dramas and movies. Or even when you listen to some popular kpop songs. (now that I said that you’ll probably be listening out for it more)

아프다 ‎(apeuda) [adj] | “hurt or sick”

Examples:

  • 내 감정을 아파. (nae gamjeong-eul apa.) | “It hurt my feelings.”
  • 내 머리 아파. (nae meoli apa) | “My head hurts.”

-Sample Conversation-

Person 1: 잘 지내? (jal jinae?)

Person 2: 안좋다. 내 머리 아파. (anjohda, nae meoli apa)

Person 3: 어머, 왜 그래? (Omo, wae geurae?) | “Oh no (gasp) what’s wrong?”

Person 4: 몰라요. 난 집에 갈거야. 나중에. (Mollayo, nan jib-e galgeoya. Najung-e.) | “I don’t know. I’m going home. See you later.”

Person 5:  네. 얼른 나으세요. (ne. eolleun na-euseyo.) | “Ok, feel better soon.”

Ok so that’s kinda an idea of how you could use that in a sentence. And also, for those of you who follow the Grammar of the Week posts as well, I hope you noticed grammar points being brought together in that sample conversation as well.

So that’s it for today!

-내일까지! (naeilkkaji!)

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