Why do so many casual NBA fans discredit Wilt Chamberlain because he played in a “weak” era?

Honestly, I think it’s part ignorance and part denial. First of all, since Wilt played in the 1960s and he’s no longer around to defend himself, and most of the people who watched him play are getting too old themselves, it’s very easy for the typical Gen Z / Millenial fan to point out that:… Continue reading Why do so many casual NBA fans discredit Wilt Chamberlain because he played in a “weak” era?

(으)시죠,(ㄹ/을)래요,(ㅂ/읍)시다,자 (Let’s do something)

In Korean, there are many ways to say ‘let’s do [verb]’ to someone. AV + 아/어/여요! 1. The simplest way is to just conjugate the verb normally, and add some emphasis on it. 우리 햄버거 먹어요! – Let’s eat a hamburger! AV + (으)시죠! 2. Another way is to use the ending (으)시죠. This is… Continue reading (으)시죠,(ㄹ/을)래요,(ㅂ/읍)시다,자 (Let’s do something)

(ㄴ/는)다,(아/어)라,니,냐,자 (intimate and plain forms)

In Korean there are different levels of politeness that one needs to be aware of. We use the polite form usually with strangers (using 요 at the end of every sentence), and also we learned about the deferential form which we use for seniors and elders. Now it’s time to learn two other forms, the… Continue reading (ㄴ/는)다,(아/어)라,니,냐,자 (intimate and plain forms)