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[Learning Korean] 날씨 _______ 좋아요!

[Learning Korean] 날씨 _______ 좋아요!

날씨 reads “nahl-ssee” and means “weather.” 좋아요 [joh-ah-yoh] is one of the most frequently used expressions in Korean, meaning “something/someone’s good” or “to like something/someone.” So, literally it translates “The weather is good!” In Korean language, a typical structure order is Subject+Object+Predicative, so now this sentence has only Subject and Predicative. Predicative must be placed atRead more about [Learning Korean] 날씨 _______ 좋아요![…]