Episode #68: Double Meaning Words

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So Korean, just like other languages has words that can have many meanings. In this comic “양” (yang) was the word I was confused with. It can mean sheep or amount/quantity and since my vocabulary is not advanced yet, I assumed it was sheep. I also try to agree with things just so it seems like I’m fitting in the conversation as a joke sometimes, but I genuinely thought they were talking about sheep on a farm for some odd reason. This happens quite frequently with other words.

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