I need to know this before I buy this radio.
Like it's a wanted feature or something.
"Does this radio explode?"
"No sir these do not."
"Well, I really wanted one of those exploding radios. Ya got any of those?"
"Ah, yes. The exploding radios are on this aisle."
In this world, balls, applew, and radios all explode.
The radio doesn't, but certain Samsung Galaxies do...
I HOPE IT DOESN- * boom *
I like the unusual, surreal or funny sentences as they help me learn. However here I think it would have made more sense to have made this a future or past tense sentence?
Unless it's radioactive then it will :D
yes, yes it does.
+1 to the list of not-necessary phrases to know, especially at the start of korean-language-journey.
This translation is completely wrong. 라디오가 터져요? is a fixed expression that means "Does the radio work?" or "Is the radio working?"
I see where you're coming from. First of all "터지다" in that sense is about whether the signal is strong, not whether the device is functioning. Second, this usage is non-standard.
Ofc when BTS songs would be playing~~
No, just the penguin on the telly.
"And now, Radio 4 will explode."
당. 연. 하. 지. ㅋㅋㅋㅋ 얼마에요?
The radio must have a short temper... hence it's explosiveness....
How do I know the differenxe if is says:
The radio explodes
Does the radio explode?
How do I know if this is a question or statement?
The question mark at the end
It does when I stream Dynamite
I want to ask "Does the oven explode?"
폭발 오븐?? Explode the oven? That may be why most homes do not have ovens. lol
Yes could this mean that the radio has good reception aswel? Not the best sentence as an example.
Another meaning of "터지다" (as a slang) is that communication devices work at the specific place where EM waves may be well-propagated without any noises.
That's what I was figuring -- something like explode into laughter or explode into song. Better yet burst into applause, burst into sound.
I put "The radio explodes?" And got it wrong
The tone is wrong
Why is 'did the radio explode?' incorrect? Is there a different way to say that ples teach me hahaha
ah so useful!