PARTI DE VORBIRE N처럼, N같이/ GRAMMAR N처럼, N같이

[RO]
– 처럼/같이 exprima faptul ca o actiune sau un lucru este la fel sau aproape la fel ca substantivul dinaintea lui.
– are corespodent in limba romana pe “la fel ca” sau “la fel de….ca”

[ENG]
– 처럼/같이 expresses that some action or thing appears the same or very similar to the preceding noun.
– It corresponds to “like” or “as…as” in English.

Substantiv + 처럼/같이 – Noun + 처럼/같이

아기처럼 웃어요 (아기같이 웃어요) – Rad ca un copil / Laugh like a baby.
실크처럼 부드러워요 (실크같이 부드러워요 ) – Fin ca matasea. / Soft like silk.

De retinut!/ Check it out!
[RO]
-처럼/같이 este folosit de coreeni pentru a exprima caracteristici metaforice (cum ar fi compararea cu un animal sau orice lucru din natura).
– cateva exemple :

호랑이처럼 무섭다 (cineva infricosator/infricosator ca un tigru)
토끼처럼 귀업다 (cineva dragut/dragut ca un iepuras)
돼지처럼 뚱뚱하다 (cineva supraponderal/gras ca un porc ㅋㅋㅋ)
바다처럼 마음이 넓다 (cineva foarte generos/un suflet mare ca intinderea marii)

[ENG]
– 처럼/같이 are often used by Koreans to express characteristics metaphorically by comparing them to animals or other things in nature.
– some examples:

호랑이처럼 무섭다 (someone scary/scary like a tiger)
토끼처럼 귀업다 (someone cute/cute like a rabbit)
돼지처럼 뚱뚱하다 (someone overweight/ fat like a pig)
바다처럼 마음이 넓다 (someone very generous/ big heart like sea)

In conversatie / In conversation
A: 하민씨 여자 친구가 예뻐요?
Hamin iubita ta este frumoasa?
Hamin your girlfriend is pretty?

B: 네, 미스코리아처럼 예뻐요.
Da, e la fel de frumoasa ca Miss Coreea.
Yes, she is pretty like Miss Korea.

A: 서울이 복잡해요?
Orasul Seul este aglomerat?
Is Seoul crowded?

B: 네, 일본 도쿄처럼 복잡해요.
Da, este la fel de aglomerat ca Tokyo, Japonia.
Yes, it’s crowded like Tokyo, Japan.

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