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John's banana ( ͡° ͜ʖ ͡°)
I spy an NCTzen
이 바나나는 이만큼 키러요
Meaning: This = 이 bannana is = 바나나는 this much = 이만큼
long = 키러요
Sentence: This bannana is this much long.
I mean 길어요.
Get your mind out of the gutter. (Nah, joking, I thought 'wrong,' too.)
Your name rhymes with banana ㅋㅋㅋ
Holds up a centimeter
That's what she said (while staring disappointingly at me)… 😏😑😭
Parse thusly: (이 바나나는) (이만큼 길어요).
(이 바나나는) (이만큼 길어요)
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how come 길 means "long", "road", and "raise"
@Don - pay attention to the subject/object/topic particles and also watch out for Verb conjugations. The street is not a verb. Long and raise have different conjugations and contexts.
My mind is so dirty
I have been believing 깁니다 -> 기다 since the beginning :( Good that I tried using 겨요 which gave me incorrect answer. Else I would've never known that it is actually 길다.
damn me too, i was gonna ask about it. It is so confusing, why does it lost the ㄹ when it comes to ㅂ니다 tho?
What the f-
The is okay with everyone, but eating that in the toilet, isn't? Lol
How long ? :larry: