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"I feel weird speaking in korean"는 한국말로 어떻게 해야되죠? How can I say informally: 1. It's awkward speaking in Korean. 2. I feel weird speaking in Korean because I usually don't speak it with anyone. 3. I'm fine with typing in Korean but when I speak Korean it feels weird. 4. I'm usually okay with speaking Korean here and there but I don't really do that with new people (people I just met) because I get self-concious/nervous. ________________________________________ Also I was kind of curious how do you talk about other people? When a person does something like: 1. My mom walked in. (My mom entered my room) 2. My mom is next to me 3. My mom is in my room 4. My mom is in the kitchen ________________________________________ I'm sorry this is such a bulky question. Would really appreciate it if someone could help out. Thanks for your time! (*>v<)ゞ*゜+
Nov 30, 2016 4:47 AM
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@Jake Haha I know TT^TT so much. And yess! It's fun
November 30, 2016
wow, you are asking for a lot. BTW, did you switch to Overwatch?
November 30, 2016
1. 한국어로 하려니 좀/뭔가/어딘지 어색하네. 2. 평소에는 나랑 한국어로 대화하는 사람이 없어서 지금 어색해. 3. 한국어 쓰기는 괜찮지만 말하기는 (여전히) 어색해. 4. 원래는 틈틈이 한국어로 곧잘 말하지만 낯선 사람들 앞에서는 너무 의식하다보니 (아무래도) 피하게 돼. 1. 엄마가 들어왔다. 2. 엄마는 내 옆에 있다. 3. 엄마는 내 방에 있다. 4. 엄마는 부엌에 있다. I hope you are ok with 는 vs 가 If you are asked about your mother's whereabout, you answer with 는 If you are asked who did something particular, you answer with 가 A: 엄마 어디 있어? B: 엄마는 내 옆에 있어. A: 부엌에 있는 사람이 누구야? B: 엄마가 부엌에 있어.
November 30, 2016
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English, Korean, Spanish
Learning Language
Korean