how to say this formally in korean? you're probably practicing hard right now please make sure to rest well
Jan 21, 2017 5:28 PM
Answers · 2
probably doesn't mean '아마도', meaning maybe in Korean. It means 80% of possibility, doesn't it? So, as far as I'm concerned, you can say "지금 연습을 많이 하고계시는게 맞는거 같은데 휴식도 꼭 잘 취해 주셔야 되요."
January 22, 2017
you're probably practicing hard right now please make sure to rest well. 아마 지금 연습을 상당히 많이 하시는 것 같은데 휴식도 잘 취해셔야 돼요.
January 21, 2017
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