In Grammaropolis, Izzy the Interjection is the one who expresses all the emotion.  My tutor gave me a short list of interjections on his vocabulary list.  I immediately knew I had encountered many more already just from hearing them in Korean dramas.


Some day, I will explore all the interjections, emoticons, swears, and slang.  I will know which ones express mild versus strong emotion, and be able to throw them into conversation.  What’s the Korean version of Fiddlesticks, Drat, and Fudge?


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