Today we'll be looking at the usage of "Noun ~ 마다" Korean grammar pattern with some examples.
A post-positional particle that means "everything without exception" or a repetition of each situation.
It is equivalent to saying each, every, all, at an interval of etc. in English.
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Lets see some examples to understand the usage.
1) I jog every morning.
침마다 조깅을 해요.
2) Each person has their own personality.
사람마다 성격이 달라요.
3) The roof leaks whenever it rains.
지붕이 비가 올 때마다 샌다.
4) I work out 3 hours every day
나는 날마다 삼시간씩 운동해요.
5) My family goes on a trip together every vacation.
매년 방학마다 우리 가족은 함께 여행을 갑니다.
6) Every time Jisoo smiles, her eyes become half-moon shaped.
지수는 웃을 때마다 눈이 반달 모양이 된다.
7) Jeju Island is very beautiful everywhere I go.
제주도는 가는 곳마다 너무 아름다워요.
8) Children should be disciplined when the need arises.
아이들은 필요할 때마다 훈육을 해야 한다.
9) My eyes and throat hurt whenever there is yellow dust.
황사가 올 때마다 내 눈이랑 목이 아파.
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