So we’re back another week with an actual WOTD that is unrelated to the Grammar of the Week! Honestly, I missed doing these. And I missed doing the Kpop Teaches Korean Too posts as well. In time we’ll get back to doing those as well more often.
Let’s get started!
믿다 (mitda) | “to believe in something; to trust someone”
I really really thought we had covered this before but I think I was wrong.
I knew there are a lot of ways to use this in context of the definition like, “나 그는 좋은 사람이 믿어요. (I believe he is a good person.)” However, I want to look at it in context of what not to believe.
- 이야기 믿지마. (iyagi midjima.) | “Do not believe the story.”
- 그를 믿지마. 그는 거짓말을 할 것이다. (geuleul midjima. geuneun geojismal-eul hal geos-ida.) | “Do not trust him. He will lie.”
Okay so we’ll stop there. There are a ton of other ways to do this but I just wanted to focus on that.
That’s it for today!