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Hello everyone! I’m new here as a Japanese tutor😌 I’be been learning Korean and English. Recently I learned the new word “삐치다” on YouTube. This means “sulk” in English. In the channel, children often say 나 삐쳤어 (=I’m sulking) by themselves. It sounds a bit funny and weird for me as a Japanese to do self-enumeration that i’m sulk even children. The scenes are super cute and I repeat them many times🥺 How is this word used in your language🤔? ちなみに日本語(にほんご)でsulkは”拗(す)ねる”と言(い)います!
Jun 4, 2021 2:14 PM
Language Skills
English, Japanese, Korean
Learning Language
English, Korean