테이크 아웃 (teikeu aus) | [Word of the Day]

안녕하세요!

I misspoke last time. I said I was going to update yesterday but I meant to say today. 미안해요. 죄송함니다.

So I just learned this word and I was probably more excited about learning this than I should’ve been. Today I’m going to show you how to use this in a sentence using the lesson of the Grammar of the Week!

테이크 아웃 (teikeu aus) | “take-out; take away” (for food)

i.e.,

  • 어떨 때는 요리는데, 어떨 때는 테이크 아웃을 주문할 것이다. (eotteol ttaeneun yolineunde, eotteol ttaeneun teikeu aus-eul jumunhal geos-ida.) | “Sometimes I cook but other times I order a takeaway.”
  • 나는 테이크 아웃을 주문할 것이다. (naneun teikeu aus-eul jumunhal geos-ida.) | “I will order takeaway.”

Really quick and to the point. I also wanted to add an example unrelated to the lesson just in case you wanted to use it without saying, “sometimes”.

That’s it for today!

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