(interj.) The word well often comes at the
beginning of a clause. 어머나,
1. A word used to express surprise or
other sudden feelings: 그러먼 그렇지
Well! I never thought you would come.
A word used to begin a remark; a common everyday example is the use of well
저, 그렇군요. 그렇지만, 어머나
A: What are you think about his speech?
Well, I don’t know.
Well, I think you’re
Well here shows that A
is not completely in agreement with B.
? 질문이나 의뢰를 받고 ‘저’ 말을 돌리려고 할 때
A: So you live in
Anchorage? A: How
old is he?
Anchorage. B: Well, I’m not, quite sure. Quite