I like…more than…

When saying that you like “B” more than “A,” follow this model:

A보다 B가 더 좋아.

Just replace A and B with the things you are comparing, keeping in mind that the order in which you put the words is different in Korean.

If you like tea (차) more than coffee (커피), you would say…

커피보다 차가 더 좋아(요). – I like tea more than coffee.

Basically, the thing you like the least goes first.

This formula works for any objects, as long as you remember to use the correct particles. (가 for vowels and 이 for consonants.) Otherwise, it’s pretty simple.

That’s all for today, happy comparing! 안녕!

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