이번주: 자전거 가게를에 예요.

Translation: This week: At the bike shop.


월요일에 동물원에서 제 자전거의 타이어가 펑크났어요. (On Monday, my tire went flat at the zoo.)

게다가 화요일에 제 자전거의 앞타이어가 또한 펑크났어요. (Then, on Tuesday, my front tire also was flat.)

Bad luck aside, I was able to formulate these sentences (nearly perfectly) in my mind, and my conversations with the (two) cab drivers involved, as well as the bike mechanic(s) were all done in pure Korean. Bonus points for being quite specific with the cabbie: Take me to the zoo, please. [as we approached] Please stop at this rest room (that’s where the bike was locked up).

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