어떤 + Dinner? | [Word of the Day]

안녕하세요!

I’m not sure why lately I haven’t had anything witty to say in my intros but I think that’s a sign I need to talk less and write more.

So let’s get started!

어떤 | Dinner?

  • For questions: “which; which kind” (can sometimes take on the meaning of “what”)
  • For statements: “some; any; certain; of a certain kind”

Example:

  • 어떤 음식을 좋아하니? (eotteon eumsig-eul joh-ahani?) | “Which kind of food do you like?”
    • This translation looks a bit confusing so here’s a better translation of what it’s asking, “What kind of food would you like to eat?”

Only one example today. See ya tomorrow!

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