Questions about example sentences with, and the definition and usage of "Korea"

The meaning of "Korea" in various phrases and sentences

Q: What does there is only one Korea mean?
A: I'm guessing it's an extreme political view. Officially there is North and South Korea. If you believe that is wrong and that the two should be a single country, then you would say something like this.
Q: What does he is suppsed to have gone to Korea. He is suppsed to have been fired. he is supposed to be kind. mean?
A: Everyone thought that he went to Korea (but actually he didn't).
Everyone expected that he was fired (but actually he wasn't).
He should be kind (but maybe he isn't).
Q: What does I'm looking to teach aboard in Korea. mean?
A: This means that whoever said this is looking to teach in another country from where they are from. (Example: I am looking to teach abroad in Korea)
Q: What does I've been to neither Korea nor China. mean?
A: it means you haven't visited Korea and China
Q: What does Korea dance group EXO is famous all over the world and there are about 12members so I cant remember each members name. mean?
A: The KPOP band EXO is famous around the world. It is really hard to remember each of the members name because they have 12 members. (Too much names to remember). Hope this helps:)

Example sentences using "Korea"

Q: Please show me example sentences with 1.where did you live when you were studying in Korea?
2.where were you living in Korea before?
2.Where did you live in Korea before?

Can somebody help me to correct these sentences? and what's the difference?
thank you .
A: 1. Where did you stay when you were studying in Korea?
Asking about the specific place where someone have stayed while studying in Korea.
Itcould be on a dorm, hotel, or an apartment.
2. Where were you in Korea?
Asking about the location.
It could be in a city or province. Or it could be the complete address
Q: Please show me example sentences with Korea.
A: I'm going to Korea in one week.
The food in Korea is the best!
Korea has a small population compared to China.
I love Korea's architecture.
Q: Please show me example sentences with Korea air not good that it is a lot of dust. We can't go out without the mask
this time.
.
A: The air in Korea is so bad because there's a lot of dust. We can't even go outside without a mask!

Synonyms of "Korea" and their differences

Q: What is the difference between I live in Korea and I’m living in Korea ?
A: What you think as the speaker. I live in Korea is just a basic fact. Unlike eat or sleep it always is happening. So we don't need -ing to show continuous like "I am eating (now)."
So we use -ing for emphasis. To show it's amazing, or different somehow.
A) What have you been up to?
B) I'm living in Korea! It's wonderful. So many interesting people and I love shopping there.

A) You live in Taiwan don't you Jon?
B) Actually, I'm living in Korea. I got a better job offer.

A) What happened after you got divorced?
B) I'm living in Korea now. I couldn't stay in Japan anymore.
Q: What is the difference between I visited Korea and I was visited Korea ?
A: You don’t use “was” in front of verbs ending in “-ed”. You can say “I was visiting Korea.” Or “I was in Korea.” Those sentences have a very similar meaning to “I visited Korea.”
Q: What is the difference between He went to Korea to advocate Christianity. and He went to Korea for the dissemination of Christianity. ?
A: I think they're the same but the first one sounds better, it's less complicated grammar
Q: What is the difference between I will go to Korea in August and I will go to Korea at the end of August. ?
A: You can go on any day in the whole month( in august)

i am not sure this is maybe the rule that we use at with end(we can't use "in the end" of the month)
Q: What is the difference between I'm going to go to Korea. and I'm going to go Korea. and I'm going to Korea. ?
A: I'm going to go to Korea means that you will go in the future but haven't made plans yet.

I'm going to go Korea is not correct.

I'm going to Korea would mean that you will go in the future and you have made plans (ex. "I'm going to Korea in March).

Translations of "Korea"

Q: How do you say this in English (US)? I'm so love learning English and Korea
A: I love learning English and Korean
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Korea rains in heavy rain.
A: it rains heavily in Korea
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Korea
A: Check the question to view the answer
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? how do you say handsome in Korea?
A: 잘생겼어요
jalsaeng-gyeoss-eoyo
Q: How do you say this in English (US)? Korea

Other questions about "Korea"

Q: Which is right "I'm going to go to Korea this year" or "I'm going to Korea this year"? Does this sound natural?
A: They are actually both correct. Just a matter of practicality.
Q: In Korea, " Friend" mean same age people each others. But when i meet foreigners, I change the concept. Does this sound natural?
A: @Tristimonia: In Korea, we call friends people who are the same age. But, whenever I meet foreigners, I need to act differently.
Q: In Korea, Electricity, water, gas tax are cheap than other OECD country . Because Korea government didnt privatize them. But bad thing is It can cause many overspending Does this sound natural?
A: In Korea, electricity, water, gas, and taxes are cheaper than other OECD countries because the Korean government didn't privatize them.Bad thing is,is that it can cause overspending. does this sound natural?
Q: I am here to answer all about Korea.
I am here to answer your questions all about Korea.
Which one is better?
A: The second one is better although still not quite good. I think it's better to say

"I am here to answer all your questions about Korea."
Q: I flied to Korea on Monday January 6th and I'm still in Korea. It's Thursday January 9th today. In this situation, which is correct?

I've been in Korea since last Monday.
or
I've been in Korea since Monday.
A: It would be "I've been in Korea since Monday" since it is still the same week. If you had arrived there last week, that is you arrived on a Monday and you are still there the Monday the week after, then you would say "since last Monday."

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