Decoded Slug: 아직 [ajik] (Yet, still)

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아직 [ajik] (Yet, still)

아직 [ajik] (Yet, still)

Short explanation:

Used to express that a condition or situation is ongoing; 'yet', 'still'.


아직 + Verb / Noun / Adjective


아직 저는 한국어를 완벽하게 잘 못 이해해요, 계속 연습이 필요해요.
Ajik jeoneun hangugeoreul wanbyeokhage jal mot ihaehaeyo, gyesok yeonseub-i piryohaeyo.
I still cannot understand Korean perfectly well, I need to keep practicing.
결정할 수 있어도, 아직 그에 대해 생각하고 있어요.
Gyeoljeonghal su iss-eodo, ajik geu-e daehae saeng-gag-hago iss-eoyo.
Even though I can make a decision, I'm still thinking about it.
아직 그 영화를 보지 않았어요, 주말에 볼 예정이에요.
Ajik geu yeonghwaleul boji anh-ass-eoyo, jumal-e bol yejeong-ieyo.
I have not watched that movie yet, I plan to watch it on the weekend.
아직 점심을 먹지 않았어요, 배가 너무 고프네요.
Ajik jeomsim-eul meogji anh-ass-eoyo, baega neomu gopeuneyo.
I have not yet had lunch, I'm really hungry.

Long explanation:

'아직 [ajik]' is commonly used in Korean to indicate that a particular situation or condition is ongoing or has not changed. It is a straightforward way of expressing the idea of 'yet' or 'still' in English. It is usually used in the beginning, middle, or end of a sentence, and often, it is used with negative and past tense verbs. This grammar point helps to signify a duration of an action or a state that persists without being completed or altered.

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