몇 시에요 ((x)myeoch sieyo?) [Word of the Day]

안녕하세요!

Today is another phrase of the day! I was trying to decide which word I should highlight this week and I only came up with a phrase. This time, we’re combining the time of day of meals.

Let’s get started!

아침 (achim) | “morning/breakfast”

점심 (jeomsim) | “lunch”

저녁식사 (jeonyeogsigsa) | “dinner”

Alright, so now that we have the time of day figured out, let’s see the phrase.

몇 시에요 ((x)myeoch sieyo?)  | “at what time?”

Ok so by now you may be wondering, if we’re talking about about meals, why do we need all those vocabulary words? Can’t I just say (meokda)? Well you theoretically you could just say (meokda), however, it wouldn’t make much sense. You’d be technically saying, “at what time is eating?” But we’re trying to figure out the specific time of a specific meal of the day.

So the phrase would be worded, (achim/jeomsim/jeonyeogsigsa myeot sieyo?) | “at what time is breakfast/lunch/dinner?”

If you wanted to say, “what time do you want to eat?” then you could say…

to be continued until tomorrow!

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