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KoreanClass101.com
Wednesday at 6:30 pm
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어떤 단어가 제일 좋아요? :) What's your favorite word in this video?

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KoreanClass101.com
Wednesday at 9:55 am
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Hi Cheryl,


Yes, they are both written and pronounced the same, so you will have to listen to the context to figure out whether it is 'eye' or 'snow'.


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Lyn

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Cheryl
Monday at 9:11 pm
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I have come to notice that "eye" and "snow" are spelt the same. Is this true?

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KoreanClass101.com
Thursday at 8:17 pm
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Hello Danesha


Thank you for your message.


Please use our Korean dictionary for searching specific words' pronunciation and meaning :wink:


Here's the entry for "lightning":

https://www.koreanclass101.com/learningcenter/reference/dictionary/%EB%B2%88%EA%B0%9C


If you have any questions, please let us know.


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Danesha Wesley
Saturday at 10:56 pm
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whats the word for lightning ?

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KoreanClass101.com
Monday at 1:11 pm
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Hi Aaron,


Yes, Korea does get moderate thunderstorms, mostly in summer.

Why do you love thunderstorms? :sweat_smile:


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Claire

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Aaron Shannon
Friday at 3:06 pm
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I love thunderstorms. Does Korea get moderate to strong thunderstorms much?

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KoreanClass101.com
Tuesday at 4:26 pm
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Hi Heeya,



good question!:) taeyang and hae both mean sun; however, taeyang is more like scientific word and it literally calls for one of the planets while hae is how the sun is generally called (even in the poem or colloquial Korean).


haetppit means the sunlight - so that is why it sounds similar!;)




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Heeya
Tuesday at 9:45 am
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What is the difference between taeyang and heh (heh-beet)?

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Koreanclass101.com
Tuesday at 5:39 am
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Hello David,



I understand rain and wind very well in England.


Could you repeat the last word though?


Not sure what 이랑 means..?



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David
Saturday at 4:24 pm
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In England it is 비,비람,이랑