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Jun 17 '19 at 22:16 answer Klmo timeline score: 3
Jun 17 '19 at 19:12 comment added Klmo There are no problems with "비빔밥이 먹고 싶어서." Please read some examples on 이/가 here.
Jun 17 '19 at 8:14 comment added LegenDUST @КонстантинВан Well, I don't think so, because there can be a lot of restaurant using name 'Seoul restaurant', so it can be proper noun. I think that one is correct.
Jun 17 '19 at 8:13 answer LegenDUST timeline score: 0
Jun 17 '19 at 2:53 history edited Константин Ван
What do you think about the “proofreading” tag?
Jun 17 '19 at 2:49 comment added Константин Ван And another thing I find a bit unnatural is the repetitive use of “서울 식당 (Seoul restaurant).” There are hundreds of thousands of places in Seoul where you can have food. Unless “Seoul restaurant” is a proper noun, I’d consider use of “그 (the).”
Jun 17 '19 at 0:16 comment added jick Well, the paragraph uses too many very short sentences without enough connecting words, so it sounds like a third-grade homework, and the story raises a number of questions... (Why would they sell 비빔밥 in a Japanese restaurant? Why would Mr./Ms. Maeko order two dishes of 비빔밥? And why would the owner tell him/her to order one more?) But other than that, I can't see any obvious place where something is grammatically wrong...
Jun 16 '19 at 20:08 answer Константин Ван timeline score: 0
Jun 16 '19 at 14:25 history asked Thai Trinh CC BY-SA 4.0