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B. Dee
What's the difference between 아직(도) and 여전히? They both mean, "Still", right? But what's the difference between them?
Jun 1, 2013 12:19 PM
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여전히 is a hanja.. it means "like before" -> as if nothing has changed in your case it is used as an adverb
June 1, 2013
Thank you! :)
June 3, 2013
1) 여전히 = 如前히 = like before, still 2) 아직(도) = yet Roughly speaking we can say 여전히=아직도=still, but some interogative or negative sentences , where you are generally use 아직도(=yet) rather than 여전히 (=still), there are some very subtle differences.
June 2, 2013
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