- 내리다 (naerida) | “to go down; to get off”
This word can be used in a few different scenarios but we’ll look at examples for two. The first is when something is falling or going down like, rain. The second example is transportation.
- 비가 내렸어요. (biga naelyeoss-eoyo. | “The rain fell down.”
- 나 어디서내려요? (na eodiseonaelyeoyo.?) | “Where do I get off?”
I’m back from my vacation!!
Since I was gone for a week and I hadn’t really been doing anything other than relaxing, I thought I would share this video from Talk To Me in Korean. I thought this would be good to get back into the swing of things. I used to use TTMK all the time when I first learning Korean. Literally one of the best sites to help you along the way. I really wish they had had a YouTube channel like this back then. Haha!
I’m thinking of doing an Artist of the Week or Album or the Week highlight this week.
Today’s word is the same phrase however the are two different ways to say it because one is for men and the other way is for women. For a refresher of this topic, click here.
- 장난이지 (jangnan-iji) | “are you kidding me?”
- 장난하냐 (jangnanhanya) | “are you kidding me?”
I searched the entire blog looking for this phrase and didn’t see it. So if this is a repeat post it really wasn’t intentional. I may just be having dejavu though.