korea Hip Hop New Generation 15 rapper (eng sub)

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  1. suc hyun jun

    suc hyun jun White Belt

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    who most good rapper??
     
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    Weird, but I didn't hate it. Though it does sound like they are saying "ninja" a lot.
     
  3. GoForkYourself

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    they're saying "내가" (naega) basically "I am/do ...." although unfortunately "ninja" does creep its way into korean music occasionally.
     
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    So that verb is used for both "To be" and "To do", or just "I do"? That could be confusing.
     
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    there's actually no verb in there. the "가" (ga) signifies "내" (nae) or "I" as the subject of the sentence. the "to be/do" (or whatever) verb comes later in the sentence.
     
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    Ahhhh, cool. I forgot I read somewhere that the verb comes at the end, if I am not mistaken. SOV sentence structure. Korean with their subject markers is still weird to my indo-european brain lol
     
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    Lionel Mandrake What A Rush!!!

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    It's actually better than most slack jawed bullshit that tries to pass for rap here in the states these days.
     
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    yeah, exactly. japanese has it too with their "は" (wa) signifying the subject in sentences, like with "私は" (watashi wa) for sort of "I am..." with the verb "です" (desu) "to be" coming at the end of the sentence. i'm relatively new to korean but luckily a bit of familiarity with japanese made the concept at least easier to understand.
     
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    Better than a lot of the Rap played on the Radio here in the States.
     

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