세탁 ‎(setak) | [Word of the Day]

안녕하세요!

Alright so it’s Day 2 of intermediate sentences and honestly, this is way more useful  than I thought it would be. I won’t talk too much since this will be really quick and  short.

Let’s get started!

세탁 ‎(setak) | “laundry”

i.e.,

  •  나는 세탁해야 해요. (naneun setaghaeya haeyo.) | “I should wash my laundry.” or “I have to do my laundry.”

Here again, either translation is fine. Pretty easy. Just remember proper conjugations and sentence structure.

I will make note of this since I didn’t mention it last time, 해요 is used as an emphasize that this action is a necessity. 돼요 is used to mean the same thing but in a less “need to do” way.

So that’s it for today!

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