This post is all about ways to say ‘like’ or similar to make it clear. Like as in ‘I like you’ is expressed as 좋아해요 (choahaeyo). There are two way to say like<something>, where something pertains to a noun actually in the Korean structure the order is <something>like or <noun>like.
The two new words for today is 처럼 (cheoreom) and 같이 (kati). So the formula is <noun>처럼 or 같이. So when you want to say like a man, this phrase can be said two ways 남자처럼 or 남자같이.
Now that is easy, however to express ‘be like a noun’ the word used is 같아 (kata) or 같아요 (katayo). Here is an example: Our teacher Ms.Lee is like a singer. 이 선생님은 가수을 같아요 (Lee Seonsaengnim is like a singer)
2 Replies to “Ways to say ‘Like’”
may i know what does machi 마치 mean?
i think depending on the statement it may mean ‘as if’, as…as, just like.