Question: What’s the different of ‘또’ and ‘다시’ ? Can you please give some examples?

Both of these mean again but they have one small difference.

When you play Super Mario and you fall off the sky, you restart the game, right?

Use 다시 here.

When you’re teaching piano and the little girl hit a wrong note. You want to ask her to start again.

Use 다시 here.

다시 gives the meaning of ‘start again, but try not to repeat the mistakes.’

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What’s the difference between ‘또’ and ‘다시’?

What about 또?

It means again repeatedly.

A baby cries again. Use 또 here.

Your mum nags at you again. Use 또.

Watch this video to see a Korean sentence example.

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