To start the weekend, I decided to use a directional word. I will be doing these next week so I figured I’d just get a headstart. This word actually throws me off because I always get it confused with 위 (wi) which means, “up; on top; above”.
밑 (mit) [n] | “below; bottom; lower; underneath”
- 침대 밑 봐 (chimdae mit bwa) | “look under the bed”
I almost feel like I’m getting progressively worse with these examples. I’ll keep trying.
See you next week!