"면도기가 어디에 있지?"
Translation:Where is the razor?
December 4, 2017
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Doesn't the 있지 imply that the person you're asking already knows? Like saying "You know where the razor is, right? Could you tell me?"
It could also be used to signal uncertainty, for example if you were muttering to yourself, "Hmm, I wonder where the razor is?"
Is 있지 pronounced 잍지? Or maybe 잍찌? Not that my Anglo-Saxon can make the latter sound!
Yes, 'ㅆ' as bottom sound is a 't' sound. So 있지 is pronounced same as 잍지.
By the way, you can try to pronounce 찌 by putting your mouth as if you were going to say 'ch' but then say 'j' instead. Like maybe if you say 'church jail' the 'j' will sound like ㅉ because you go straight from -ch to j.