well good bye

maybe im just overthinking it but ummm labeling 14 yr olds as “"unproblematic”“ is bad….8th graders can say the most heinous garbage and not even ur celebrity faves are immune to it

Essential Vocabulary to remember

There are so many words in Korean, however, it is very hard to remember all of them. This is a list of words that I think are essential and that I should always remember. To memorize them just read this everyday. I’ll be adding more whenever I find new words, so keep checking this post for updates. Feel free to use this as a reference as well!

Greetings + Farewells:

  • 안녕히 가세요: Good-bye! (to one who is leaving). Tip: 가 means go.
  • 안녕히 계세요: Good-bye! (to one who is staying). 
  • 수고하십니다: Hello! (to someone working)
  • 수고하세요: Good-bye! (to someone working)
  • 수고하셨어요: Thank you for helping me or Well done!
  • 여보세요: Hello! or Hey there! (Hello on the telephone, or when peering into a dark house. Also means Look here!)
  • 만나서 반갑습니다: Nice to meet you; nice to see you.
  • 처음뵙겠습니다: Pleased to make your acquaintance.
  • 또 뵙겠습니다: See you later! (Formal).
  • 또 봐요: See you later! (Polite).
  • 어서 오세요: Welcome!
  • 들어 오세요: Come in!
  • 앉으세요: Please take a seat/sit down.
  • 어떻게 지내세요?: How are you doing?
  • 잘 지내요: I am fine.
  • 그저 그래요: So-so.
  • 모든 것이 괜찮습니다!: It’s all good!
  • 이름이 뭐예요?: What is your name?
  • 성함이 어떻게 되서요?: What is you name? (Formal)
  • 어디에서 오셨어요?: Where are you from?
  • 나는 (insert country here) 사람이에요: I am (insert country here) person.
  • 나 는(insert country + 에) 살고 있습니다: I live in (interest country here).

Apologies:

  • 실례햅니다: Excuse me (for what I’m doing).
  • 실례했습니다: Excuse me (for what I did).
  • 실례하겠습니다: Excuse me (for what I’m about to do).
  • 미안합니다 or 죄송합니다: I’m Sorry or Excuse me.
  • 아니오, 괜찮아요: Not at all, it’s alright; No, thanks. 

Thank you + No problem

  • 고맙습니다: Thank you.
  • 감사합니다: Thank you.
  • 천만에요 or 뭘요: You’re welcome! or Don’t mention it!

Good to remember if you’re ever speaking to a Korean person:

  • 듣기만 하세요: Just listen , please.
  • 따라 하세요: Please repeat (after me).
  • 다 같이: All together.
  • 다시 한번: One more time.
  • 말하세요: Please answer.
  • 다시 말씀해 주세요: Please say it for me again. Please repeat.
  • 크게 말씀해 주세요: Please say it loudly.
  • 천천히 말씀해 주세요: Please say it slowly.
  • 한국말로 하세요: Please say it in Korean.
  • 영어로 하지 마세요: Please don’t say it in English.
  • 알겠어요?: Do you understand?
  • 네, 알겠어요: Yes, I understand.
  • 아니오, 모르겠어요: No, I don’t understand.
  • 질문 있어요?: Any questions?
  • 네, 있어요: Yes, I have/Yes, there are.
  • 아니오,없어요: No, I haven’t.
  • 십 분만 쉽시다: Let’s rest for ten minutes.
  • 늦어서 죄송합니다: Sorry I’m late.
  • “Insert word here” 한국어로 뭐예요?: How do you say “insert word here” in Korean?
  • “Insert Korean word here” 이라고 해요: You say “insert Korean word here.”
  • 이 게 뭐예요?: What is this?
  • 이 건 제 거 예요: This is my thing.
  • 그 건 제 거 예요: That is my thing.
  • (Insert name here)는 어디에 있어요?: Where is (insert name here).
  • 제 (Insert object name here)이 어디에 있어요?: Where is my (insert object name here).
  • 화장실이 어디에 있어요?: Where is the toilet?
  • 저는 돼지고기가 안 먹어요: I don’t eat pork.
  • 저는 돼지고기가 못 먹어요: I can’t eat pork.

Ways to connect sentences:

  • 그래서: And so…, And then…, Therefore…
  • 그래도: Even so…, Nevertheless
  • 그리고: And also…, And then…
  • 그런데: But…, And then…, By the way… 

People:

  • 교수(님): Professor (honorific)
  • 선생(님): Teacher (honorific)
  • 박사(님): Dr., Ph.D (honorific)
  • 외교관: Diplomat
  • 사람: Person
  • 아내 or 집사람: Wife (my)
  • 부인: Wife (your/his)
  • 남편: Husband
  • 친구: Friend
  • 학생: Student
  • 가수: Singer
  • 씨: Polite title for name
  • 어머니: Mother
  • 아버지: Father
  • 부모(님): Parents (honorific)
  • 아이 ~ 애: Child
  • 아기 ~ 애기: Baby
  • 아저씨: Mister (way of referring to or addressing a man old enough to be married).
  • 아가씨: Young Lady (way to referring to or address an unmarried young woman).
  • 남자: Man
  • 남자친구: Boyfriend
  • 여자: Woman
  • 여자친구: Girlfriend

Things or objects:

  • 제폼: Manufactured good(s)
  • 수입폼: Imported goods
  • 신문: Newspaper
  • 잡지: Magazine
  • 책: Book
  • 공책: Notebook
  • 분필: Chalk
  • 연필: Pencil
  • 볼펜: Ball pen 
  • 펜: Pen
  • 종이: Paper
  • 칠판: Blackboard
  • 우산: Umbrella
  • 성냠: Matches
  • 담배: Cigarettes 
  • 전부: The whole thing, total
  • 다: All, everything
  • 전부다: Everything, all of it
  • 말: Language, words
  • 책상: Desk
  • 상: Table
  • 그림: Picture
  • 의자: Chair
  • 창문: Window
  • 문: Door, gate
  • 나무: Tree
  • 가방: Bag, briefcase

Places:

  • 집: House, home
  • 학교: School
  • 대학교: University
  • 교실: Classroom
  • 방: Room
  • 서점: Bookstore
  • 기숙사: Dormitory, residence hall
  • 학생회관: Student union [building]
  • 회장실: Toilet, restroom, bathroom, washroom
  • 대사관: Embassy
  • 영사관: Consulate 
  • 건물: Building
  • 시청: City Hall
  • 공원: Park
  • 들판: Field
  • 백화점: Department Store
  • 시장: Marker
  • 정문: Main gate (e.g., of a university)
  • 근처: Vicinity 
  • 가게: Shop, store
  • 역: Train station
  • 차고: Garage
  • 여기: Here
  • 거기: There
  • 저기: Over there
  • 어디: Where

Other Items:

  • 얼마: How many? How much?
  • 천: Thousand
  • 원: Korean money unit
  • 돈: Money
  • 바로: Just, right (below, above, etc.), straight (adverb)
  • 있어요: It exists, there is/are
  • 없어요: It does not exist, there is not/aren’t
  • 주세요: Please give

Miscellaneous Vocabulary:

  • 나: I
  • 우리: We, our
  • 누가: Who? (as subject)
  • 누구: Who? (non-subject)
  • 무엇, 뭐: What?
  • 아니에요: No; it is not
  • 그렇지만: But
  • 그러면: Then, in that case, if so
  • 그럼: Then, in that case
  • 이 NOUN: This NOUN
  • 그 NOUN: That NOUN
  • 저 NOUN: Yon NOUN, That NOUN [way] over there
  • 무슨 NOUN: Which/what kind of NOUN?
  • 어느 NOUN: Which/what (one/NOUN)?
  • 곳: Place
  • 분: Person (honorific)

Place Nouns:

  • 안에: Inside (안 tends to mean the inside of loosely filled spaces: a room, a building, a garden…)
  • 속에: Inside (속 tends to mean the inside of things which are normally well filled or which are easily filled up: a suitcase, a drawer…)
  • 밖에: Outside
  • 위에: Above, over, on (top)
  • 밑에: At the bottom, below under(neath)
  • 아래 (에): Below, lower, down (에 is not pronounced)
  • 앞에: In front
  • 뒤에: At the back; behind
  • 근처에: Near, in the vicinity of
  • 옆에: Next to, beside
  • 편 (or 쪽에): Side, direction
  • 왼편 ~ 쪽에: On the left
  • 오른편 ~ 쪽에: On the right
  • 맞은편에: Across from, opposite
  • 건너편에: Across from, opposite
  • 사이에: Between

Animals:

  • 개: Dog
  • 고양이: Cat

Other:

  • 그래요?: Is that so? Really?
  • 그래요: That’s so. Really.
  • 항상: Always.
  • 많아요: Many.
  • 큰: Big
  • 뭘 찾아요?: What are you looking for?

Vocabulary from Elementary Korean Second Edition

First Day of School

New school years mean new beginnings. New friends.  New teachers.

So as Bob sends off the kids he’s watched for a few years, it’s bittersweet to see them growing and going off to bigger and better things. It’s also hard to let go. 

This isn’t where the adventure ends, but it’s definitely a turning point.

Speed paint

10

That world, and the people inhabiting it, was a reflection of your own desires. What might have been if Komaeda Nagito lacked his good fortune and led a quiet, uneventful life.

In the name of science: slow-mo edition
1/ ∞

Songs I’d LOVE for Harry to cover:

  • Can’t help falling in love, because WELL
  • Good guys (video dance included, thank you), because WELL
  • No control, BECAUSE WELL
* sarah j. mass's book prompts.

A COURT OF THORNS AND ROSES

  • ❛ We need hope, or else we cannot endure. ❜
  • ❛ Don’t feel bad for one moment about doing what brings you joy. ❜
  • ❛ Pity those who don’t feel anything at all. ❜
  • ❛ You look … better than before. ❜
  • ❛ Was that a compliment? ❜
  • ❛ We need hope, or else we cannot endure. ❜
  • ❛ Well, good-bye for now. ❜
  • ❛ Do you ever stop being so serious and dull? ❜
  • ❛ Do you ever stop being such a prick? ❜
  • ❛ I would have been gentle with you, though.. ❜
  • ❛ When you healed my arm…You didn’t need to bargain with me. ❜
  • ❛ You could have demanded every single week of the year. ❜
  • ❛ It wasn’t entirely a question, but I needed the answer. ❜
  • ❛ You can leave if you’re just going to insult me. ❜
  • ❛ I could imagine very easily how much I would hate him. ❜
  • ❛ That damned bitch is running me ragged. ❜
  • ❛ I didn’t want you to fight alone. Or die alone.. ❜
  • ❛ I didn’t want to be remembered for standing on the sidelines. ❜
  • ❛ So I may roam wherever I wish until the dawn. ❜
  • ❛ I’d long since stopped feeling sorry for myself about it. ❜
  • ❛ I doubt you’ll be saying that when I take you to the Night Court. ❜
  • ❛ You didn’t tell me this would happen. ❜
  • ❛ You didn’t ask. So how am I to blame? ❜
  • ❛ I’d want someone to hold my hand until the end. ❜

A COURT OF MIST AND FURY

  • ❛ To the people who look at the stars and wish. ❜
  • ❛ To the stars who listen— and the dreams that are answered. ❜
  • ❛ I fell in love with you, smartass, because you were one of us. ❜
  • ❛ I was not a pet, not a doll, not an animal. ❜
  • ❛ I was a survivor, and I was strong. ❜
  • ❛ I would not, could not be broken. Tamed. ❜
  • ❛ There are good days and hard days for me—even now. ❜
  • ❛ Don’t let the hard days win. ❜
  • ❛ My mate. Death incarnate. Night triumphant. ❜
  • ❛ No one was my master— but I might be master of everything. ❜
  • ❛ There are different kinds of darkness. ❜
  • ❛ It becomes what the bearer wishes it to be, needs it to be. ❜
  • ❛ There is the darkness that frightens, the darkness that soothes. ❜
  • ❛ I am broken and healing, but every piece of my heart belong to you. ❜
  • ❛ I wondered if love was too weak a word for what he felt, what he’d done for me. ❜
  • ❛ My mate who had waited for me against all hope, despite all odds. ❜
  • ❛ I realized—I realized how badly I’d been treated before. ❜
  • ❛ I rarely went outside at night—usually, I was so tired from hunting. ❜
  • ❛ I didn’t particularly care for them, anyway. ❜
  • ❛ I wonder if I was looking for this place—looking for you all. ❜
  • ❛ I knew you could take care of yourself. ❜
  • ❛ I would have torn apart the world to get you back.. ❜
  • ❛ I’m thinking that I want you so badly I can’t concentrate. ❜
  • ❛ Many atrocities, have been done in the name of the greater good. ❜

A COURT OF WINGS AND RUIN

  • ❛ Only you can decide what breaks you, Cursebreaker. Only you. ❜
  • ❛ It’s a rare person to face who they are and not run from it - not be broken by it. ❜
  • ❛ Remember that you are a wolf. And you cannot be caged. ❜
  • ❛ I believe everything happens for a reason. ❜
  • ❛ My own power would have consumed me long ago. ❜
  • ❛ I believe that everything happened, exactly the way it had to…  ❜
  • ❛ Night Triumphant- and the Stars Eternal. ❜
  • ❛ What we think to be our greatest weakness can sometimes be our biggest strength. ❜
  • ❛ I will find you in the next world - the next life. And we will have that time. ❜
  • ❛ You belong to all of us, and we belong to you. ❜
  • ❛ When you erupt, girl, make sure it is felt across worlds. ❜
  • ❛ We’re all a broken, in our own ways - In places no one might see. ❜
  • ❛ A thousand years. ❜
  • ❛ One life may change the world. ❜
  • ❛ Kindness can thrive even amongst cruelty. ❜
  • ❛ My goal was bigger than revenge. ❜
  • ❛ My purpose greater than personal retribution. ❜
  • ❛ Words had become as foreign and hard to reach as the stars.. ❜
  • ❛ We don’t have the luxury of good ideas—only picking between the bad ones. ❜
  • ❛ I didn’t know how long my sisters and I lay there together. ❜
  • ❛ Because I can’t stay away. ❜
  • ❛ Leave this world… a better place than how you found it. ❜
  • ❛ I hadn’t realized I was a villain in your narrative. ❜
  • ❛ I would clean my blades, and wash the blood from my skin. ❜
MAJOR Prediction for ACOTAR

This prediction deals with that “certain something” about Feyre that is mentioned but is never focused on in the first book. It is also based on great personal fascination with the “Beauty and the Beast” tale type, with which I am very familiar. However, if you are not familiar with the tale type or the original de Villeneuve version, this predication could be super-spoilery for you, so I am going to put most of it beneath the cut. 

That “certain something” to which I am referring is mentioned at least twice that I have noticed, but it’s probably slipped in other places, too, because it is meant to be subtle. The first occurrence is on page 143 in my copy, and it takes place the day after the Suriel incident when Tamlin is offering to help Feyre write for the second time.

Passage 1 (P1)

“I’m not insulting you.” His quiet voice made it all the worse.

“I don’t need your help.”

“Clearly not,” he said with a half smile. But the smile faded. “A human who can take down a faerie in a wolf’s skin, who ensnared the Suriel and killed two naga on her own …” He choked on a laugh, and shook his head. The firelight danced along his mask. “They’re fools. Fools for not seeing it.” He winced. But his eyes held no mischief.

The second passage is at the very end of the book, during the final exchange between Feyre and Rhysand on page 415. Indeed, I felt the whole bargain between them was a bit strange, especially if the only reason Rhysand was interested in her had to do with making Tamlin angry. He would not go through so much trouble for someone he only lusted for, would he? There’s a particular moment during their final conversation that points again to this “certain something.”

Passage 2 (P2)

“Well, good-bye for now,” he said, rolling his neck as if we hadn’t been talking about anything important at all. He bowed at the waist, those wings vanishing entirely, and had begun to fade into the nearest shadow when he went rigid. 

His eyes locked on mine, wide and wild, and his nostrils flared. Shock–pure shock flashed across his features at whatever he saw on my face, and he stumbled back a step. Actually stumbled.

“What is–” I began.

He disappeared–simply disappeared, not a shadow in sight–into the crisp air.

I have two very good ideas about what this “certain something” is. In fact, the what is less of a question for me. It’s more to do with the who. If you’re interested in finding out what and who I think Feyre is based on close familiarity with the “Beauty and the Beast” tale type, read below the jump!

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