Does 사람의 모든 말 mean
- the language of each person (모든 clarifies 사람)
- all the languages of people (모든 clarifies 말)
- both, i.e., ambiguous
I realize that the two sets are identical, but I'm just trying to understand the semantic relationship.
The phrase is in the first line of
내가 사람의 모든 말과 천사의 말을 할 수 있을지라도, 내게 사랑이 없으면, 울리는 징이나 요란한 꽹과리가 될 뿐입니다.
Update: One answer says it can be either, but the second more natural. Another answer says it can only be the second. So, it seems the second is better, but there's disagreement on whether the first is allowed.