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어디에 있습니까? - (eodie itseupnikka?), 뭐 하세요? (Mwo haseyo?) [Word of the Day Series]

For the past couple of days, I’ve covered, “누구 (Nugu or Who),” “뭐 (Mwo뭐하고있어?/뭐하고있어요?/Mueot or What)”, and previously I covered “어떻게 (Eotteoke or How)”. If you remember back to that post, 어떻게 (eotteoke) means more than just “how”. 494 more words

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B.E. Lachrymose

Word of the Day:

Lachrymose

  1. given to tears
  2. tending to cause tears

I have had the joy and pleasure of going to several places that I meant to write about a little while ago, but I found myself busy with school. 247 more words

오늘의 어휘

광경

1. spectacle; sight 2. scene 

예문 연습: (1. spectacle; sight) 그 무서운 광경을 봤을 때 간이 떨어진 줄 알았어요. 14 more words

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Sprattle can either be a noun meaning a scramble or struggle or be used as a verb meaning to scramble or struggle.

The terrified cat… 17 more words

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A BASKET OF SUMMER FRUIT

A basket of summer fruit

“Thus hath the Lord God shewed unto me: and behold a basket of summer fruit. And he said, Amos, what seest thou? 390 more words

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Word of the Day - "sorgen - prefixed"

Hello everyone,

and welcome to our German Word of the Day. This time we will have a look at the meaning of

sorgen

And of course that means that we’ll look at the prefixes, too… … 1,784 more words

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JESUS BEGAN AND ENDED IT AT THE CROSS

He who began will not quit

“And I am sure that God, who began a good work within you, will continue his work until it is finally finished on that day when Christ Jesus comes back again.” 208 more words

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