Decoded Slug: ~마다 [mada] (Every)

Korean Grammar Point
~마다 [mada] (Every)

~마다 [mada] (Every)

Short explanation:

Used to express the regular occurrence of an action; 'every'.

Formation:

Noun + 마다

Examples:

저는 매일 아침마다 일찍 일어나서 운동을 합니다.
Jeoneun maeil achimmada iljjik ileonaseo undongeul habnida.
I wake up early and exercise every morning.
여행을 갈 때마다 새로운 사람들을 만나서 매우 흥미로워요.
Yeohaengeul gal ttaemada saeroun saramdeureul mannaseo maeu heungmirowoyo.
Whenever I go traveling, meeting new people is always very interesting.
테스트가 끝날 때마다 휴식을 조금씩 취합니다.
Testeu-ga kkeutnal ttaemada hyusigeul jogeumssik chwihabnida.
I take a bit of a rest every time a test ends.
일주일마다 한국어를 공부하기 위해 도서관에 갑니다.
Iljuilmada Hangugeo-reul gongbuhagi wihae doseogwan-e gamnida.
I go to the library to study Korean every week.

Long explanation:

'~마다 [mada]' is a postposition used in Korean to express a recurring or continuous action that happens at regular intervals, often corresponding to 'every' in English. This grammar point indicates repetition, illustrating that something happens each time or at each occurrence of the mentioned subject or object. It is applied to nouns denoting time, places, or people, to describe a habitual or regular circumstance.
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