-마다 each, every
August 26, 2009 by tailieutienghan
마다 (-mada) is a particle which attaches to nouns, and is used to express “every (noun)” or “each (noun).”
(명사) + 마다
(Noun) + mada = Each (noun), Every (noun)
1.날 (nal) – day
날 + 마다
날마다 (nal-mada) – every day, each day
2.사람 (saram) – day
사람 + 마다
사람마다 (saram-mada) – every person, each person
1.날마다 – everyday, each day
나마다 달라요. (It's different everyday.)
2.해마다 – every year, each year
해마다 해운대 갑니다. (Each year I go to Haeundae.)
3.집집마다 – Every home, every home.
집집마다 불만이 있었어요. (There was a complaint for each home.)
집집마다 – 집 (jip, home), is used twice when used in conjunction with the particle 마다 (mada, each/every)..
곳곳마다 – 곳 (got, place), is used twice when used in conjunction with the particle 마다 (mada, each/every).
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