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How to make sentences in Korean! [CORRECTED]

Sentences in English go in the order: Subject, Object, Verb.

Korean sentences go in the order:

1. Subject + Noun = 나는 의사다 (I’m a doctor)

2. Subject + Verb = 나는 공부하고 있다 (I’m studying)

3. Subject + Adjective = 날씨가 좋다 (The weather is nice)

4. Subject + Object + Verb = 나는 한국어를 공부해요 (I study Korean)

~고 있다 = “(I am)   ~ing”.

~있었다 = past tense form of “있다

  • Jaehee: Would you please not Luciel this into a situation worse than it already is?
  • 707: Hang on, did you just use my name as a verb?

Operation Appreciation #28 (13th-19th March)

This week, we’re challenging you to describe your favourite creator in just 3 words! It doesn’t matter whether you message those words to the creator, or put them in a post and tag it, as long as you stick to the 3-word limit! Those 3 words could make a phrase, like “the best artist”, or they could be 3 adjectives, like “amazing, inspirational, talented”! Whatever it is you say, make it short but very sweet!

You can always try to do this task, even outside of this week! It can help you compliment creators in a more concise way if you’re struggling!

I’ve always been incredibly adamant about getting people right when doing descriptions. The details have to be just so, carefully planted among clever sentences so am audience can barely detect it. If I throw in too much I’m showing instead of telling. On the other hand if I use too little, I’m lacking detail. It’s a careful balance; why writing is considered an art. And I prided myself on always achieving it.

Until I met you.

Because when I met you, I suddenly understood why people utilized entire paragraphs to describe the shade of someone’s eyes. When we spoke I too felt the urge to use 3+ adjectives just to convey the sound of your laugh. And when writing down the way your smile looks, it makes sense to take my time because a simple handful of words just didn’t do it justice. When you walked into my life, so did a thousand cliches. And for once I really didn’t mind.

—  You made your way into my writing, and into my heart
11 Questions
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Answer 11 random questions posted for you
Create 11 new ones
Tag 11 people
Tagged by @dimple-soo
  1. How would you best describe yourself using 3 adjectives? funny, loyal, emotional
  2. What’s your favourite smell in the whole world? mmmm freshly baking bread
  3. What’s a song that always cheers you up? The Chaser
  4. Are you listening to music rn? If yes, what are you listening to? Coffee Shop Soundtrack by All Time Low
  5. What is your perfect pizza? stonebaked crispy base, mozzarella, feta, red onions, spinach, fresh tomatoes, sweet red peppers
  6. What are you most afraid of? spiders
  7. What do you like to do on a rainy day? read a book
  8. If you had to form a 7 member group (boy/girl/co-ed group whatever you want lol), but you had to pick a member each from already existing groups, who’d be in your group and what would the group be called? Woohyun (INFINITE), Yoseob (Beast/Highlight), Jonghyun (SHINee), Chen (EXO), Hyorin (SISTAR), Eunji (A pink) and Yuju (G-Friend) and i would steal the name of the rival group in Glee and call them Vocal Adrenaline 
  9. Describe your ultimate bias with a pic or gif. 

10. Tell me something funny you did when you were a kid. Mmmmmm one time I fell in the duck pond at a farm and cried, not because I was upset I fell in but because I was worried I upset the ducks. 
11. Name 3 objects you absolutely can’t live without. My phone, my card, my glasses

Not tagging anyone ‘cause I already did it, but thanks for the tag Nana!

Comparison in Croatian

Comparison is a feature in the morphology or syntax of some languages, whereby adjectives and adverbs are inflected or modified to indicate the relative degree of the property defined by the adjective or adverb.

Komparacija / Stupnjevanje

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All I can think of after 1x19 is

DANDY

[noun]

1. a man who is excessively concerned about his clothes and appearance; a fop.

2. Informal: something or someone of exceptional or first-rate quality.

[adjective]

3. characteristic of a dandy; foppish.

4. Informal: fine; excellent; first-rate.

Etymology: late 18th century, perhaps a shortened form of 17th-century Jack-a-dandy, ‘conceited fellow’ (the last element representing Dandy, a pet form of the given name Andrew).

[Giovanni Boldini - Robert de Montesquiou]

3 Adjectives for Your Sign
  • Aries: quarrelsome, strong, bipolar
  • Taurus: hungry, headstrong, lazy
  • Gemini: social, tenacious, honest
  • Cancer: emotional, lovable, committed
  • Leo: bold, intelligent, arrogant
  • Virgo: agreeable, orderly, practical
  • Libra: levelheaded, hilarious, loyal
  • Scorpio: mysterious, sensitive, realistic
  • Sagittarius: rebellious, immature, impulsive
  • Capricorn: hardworking, direct, independent
  • Aquarius: introverted, nervous, distant
  • Pisces: optimistic, sentimental, dependent
The X-Files Fictober

Let’s play! Send me:

  • A quote, song or poem
  • 1-3 random words (nouns, adjectives and/or verbs)
  • A crossover
  • A scene you’d like re-written
  • A line of dialogue
  • A setting
  • Or any combination of these (without getting too specific)

And I’ll write as many drabbles, ficlets or full-blown stories as I can manage for the rest of October.

Feel free to reblog if you’d like to play, too!

👽 💋

highprincesadeas  asked:

Boring, Pacifist, Stuck up

There’s a definite difference between pacifism and keeping the peace to prevent murder. One of them is my job, the other is an idealistic dream. Given what you seem to find entertaining, I have to say I’m glad you find me boring. And for stuck-up… Perhaps I am, in which case this is a fine example of the pot calling the kettle black.