Emily
how to say "it's not that" in Korean I mean like a sentence like "it's not that I don't like you" you're saying the reason you're doing something is not what people might assume such as 1. your friend failed an exam and you say to another friend "it's not that he's stupid, it's just that he hates studying" 2. Somebody thinks you can't speak English. You know how to, you're just too shy to talk. "it's not that I can't speak English. I'm just shy" 3. Coworker always eat vegetables for lunch and you think she must like vegetables. But she says "It's not that I like vegetables. They're just good for health" 4. You're a manager scolding an employee and you say "It's not that I like being mean. I just have to be firm with staff" weird sentences I know. translations and grammar explanations would be helpful I think I saw that these sentences would use this grammar pattern "는게 아니다" or something
Nov 13, 2017 2:37 AM
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~는게 아니라 그는 멍청한게 아니라, 그냥 공부하기 싫어하는 거야.
November 13, 2017
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Emily
Language Skills
English, Korean
Learning Language
Korean