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Episode #2 – 꾸물꾸물
- 왜이렇게 꾸물거려? = What’s holding you up? What’s the delay?
- 꾸물거리지 말고 빨리 와. = Stop dawdling and hurry up.
- 지렁이가 꾸물꾸물 기어간다. = An earthworm is wriggling.
- 하늘이 꾸물꾸물하네요 / 날씨가 꾸물꾸물하네요. = The sky is heavy with clouds. It looks like it’s gonna rain.
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