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    Ҩж֧

    Ҩж֧ӧҹͧ˹ʹѺվ.....

    Ҩж֧ç¹ö....

    Can someone share what this phrase means? Ҩж֧ From context, I'm guesssing something along the lines of "By the time..." or "At the arrival of"

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    Re: Ҩж֧

    Quote Originally Posted by Pailin View Post
    Ҩж֧ӧҹͧ˹ʹѺվ.....

    Ҩж֧ç¹ö....

    Can someone share what this phrase means? Ҩж֧ From context, I'm guesssing something along the lines of "By the time..." or "At the arrival of"
    Yeah, I think should be "By the time.."

    شá͡þ ش͡èҡ..
    ѡͧҡ ըҡͧ..

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    Re: Ҩж֧

    Whenever I say Ҩж֧, I always think of 'not yet' or not yet in time of.

    Ҩж֧ç¹ö I will think that got carsick before he/she arrived at school.

    ѧѹж֧ç¹ Դҡö

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    Re: Ҩж֧

    To put the time element of Ҩ in perspective :

    it indicates that there's still quite some time left

    so in Ҩж֧ it would be the opposite of ж֧ re how much time is left.
    So : Quite some time before arriving, was already car sick


    ---> so : could use "by the time" with the added understanding that being carsick started alreay some while before arriving.

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    Re: Ҩж֧

    Before the second event occurred, the first event had already finished.
    This sentence can be compared with "Past Simple Tense, Past Perfect Tense".

    example:
    - Ҩж֧ӧҹͧ˹ʹѺ
    Before he arrived uncle Nod's office, Kai Jae had already slept.
    - Ҩж֧ç¹ö
    Before he arrived school, Kai Jae had gotten already carsick.
    - ҶǨء ҡ (Idiom)
    Before peanut cooked, sesame had burned. (fried them together)
    Couldn't finished problems just in time and got damages; or got something but lose the other.

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