Korean Word of the Day - neat (adjective)

Tuesday, January 8th, 2013

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정돈된 (jeongdondoen) neat (adjective)

아들의 방은 정돈되어 있지만, 딸의 방은 지저분합니다.
Adeurui bangeun jeongdondoeeo itjiman, ttarui bangeun jijeobunhapnida.
My son’s room is neat, but daughter’s room is messy.

정돈된 책상
jeongdondoen chaeksang
neat desk

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3 Responses to “Korean Word of the Day - neat (adjective)”

  1. avatar Kstylick Says:

    At last a new adjective now. I love learning adjectives since I can always insert them when forming Korean sentences.

  2. avatar KoreanClass101.com Says:

    Hello Kstylick,

    Great to have you here!
    You’re right! Learning adjective, gives more options to form more sentences and practice.

    Cheers,
    Carla
    Team KoreanClass101.com

  3. avatar Koreanclass101.com Says:

    Hey Oakley,

    That is amazing to hear and thank you very much for your passion towards our blog :)

    Hope we become your good benchmark and keep us updated ;)

    Thank you

    Madison
    Team Koreanclass101.com

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