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Courtney T
How do you say this in Korean? How would you say "compliment calendar" in Korean? A compliment calendar in this case is just a calendar filled with compliments for each day. Or is there another way to say this but have the same meaning?
Oct 3, 2016 6:45 AM
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A direct translation would simply be "칭찬 달력". However, similar to how "compliment calendar" is probably not immediately obvious to English-speaking people, "칭찬 달력" would not be obvious to Korean-speaking people either. I suppose you could also say "매일 하나의 칭찬이 있는 달력", which would be along the lines of "A calendar that has a compliment every day".
October 3, 2016
Since that's not something we normally do, I believe we don't have a word for it. I guess you can name it however you want.
October 3, 2016
Courtney T
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