Morning Whales

16 Apr

Very imaginable nouns, put them into together and you’ll see nice ‘have done’. Nice? Are there any synonyms by poetry as well from novelty? Let’s check!

Origin:

Middle English (in the sense ‘stupid’): from Old French, from Latinnescius ‘ignorant’, from nescire ‘not know’. Other early senses included ‘coy, reserved’, giving rise to ‘fastidious, scrupulous’: this led both to the sense ‘fine, subtle’ (regarded by some as the ‘correct’ sense), and to the main current senses. Here’s the full version.

English: The book, Yongbieocheonga published i...

English: The book, Yongbieocheonga published in 1447. 한국어: 용비어천가. 1447년 간행. (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

I guess and I hope: Could I puzzled an enigma? Could be the noun ‘puzzle’, okay, Can I use the noun ‘puzzle’ like a verb, in the place of verb? I’m writing these words of combinations intuitively. Yes, that’s right, the language is an intuition at all events. Grammatical rules and other things not the most important thing about languages for the first time, I like to think so. Why? Yesterday, before go to sleep I’ve learned a few new words in 한국어. For instance:

  • 영어
  • 영국
  • 학년 – school years, 학 + 교 – university, 학생 – student, 일학년 – freshman = 일 = one, so on and so forth
  • 미국 – United States of America
  • 인사 – Greet
  • 삼학년 – junior

As you know, the alphabet of 한국어 sounds like 한글 – as a phonemic alphabet based on phonetic principles and spelt syllabically. (Hanson H. B. Lee – Korean Grammar). I would say it is ‘blocks of sounds’. For example: 어 – language, 국 – land, so 영어 – British language, and 영국 – Britain. And my favorite examples: 현대한국어문법 – 현대 – modern (hyende), 한국 – Korea, 어 – language, 문 – text, 법 – rules = The grammatic rules of modern Korean language. For experts it’s clear but when I had begun to learn 한국어 I was excited by untuition connected with sounds. Very pure language based on phonetic princinples. 

Let’s keep linguistic debates on:

  • Ich trinke Milch
  • Der Junge trinkt Milch
  • Du trinkst Wasser
  • Du isst Brot
  • Die Maid isst
tricky

tricky

What would you say? I said ‘Whoa!’. Its just two combined words like a ‘-st’ doing well work like a ‘are’ in the Enlglish.

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