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  • Nicknames so sometimes point to the pronunciation as well, Dany is based on Daenerys, so we read 'dae' in the full name as DAN- not DEY- treating ae as the Latin/Danish ligature letter.

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  • “Och, but Ah dae when Ah lit myself,” she said, her eyes showing her delight.

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  • I would say that I have tried almost every kind of odd Korean food: silkworm larvae (bun dae gi), stuffed intesines (soondae), these powdery block candy-like things made of pine needles or something that taste like dirt (I have no idea what they are called but my mom made me try one in a Korean department store once).

    Michelle Won: A Living Lesson in Korean Culinary History

  • I would say that I have tried almost every kind of odd Korean food: silkworm larvae (bun dae gi), stuffed intesines (soondae), these powdery block candy-like things made of pine needles or something that taste like dirt (I have no idea what they are called but my mom made me try one in a Korean department store once).

    Michelle Won: A Living Lesson in Korean Culinary History

  • I would say that I have tried almost every kind of odd Korean food: silkworm larvae (bun dae gi), stuffed intesines (soondae), these powdery block candy-like things made of pine needles or something that taste like dirt (I have no idea what they are called but my mom made me try one in a Korean department store once).

    Michelle Won: A Living Lesson in Korean Culinary History

  • Sounding angry and sleepy, Alex called out, “Whit dae ye want?”

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  • They also have this thing called ‘tornado potato’ which is really interesting looking. eat sun-dae also: D: D

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  • "That'll dae," says the man, unwrapping the bubbly chocolate for the animal tied to the lamppost outside.

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  • They can be utterly thorough, go through the text with a fine-tooth comb, changing every "Gonnae naw dae that!" to "Going to not do that?"

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  • I would say that I have tried almost every kind of odd Korean food: silkworm larvae (bun dae gi), stuffed intesines (soondae), these powdery block candy-like things made of pine needles or something that taste like dirt (I have no idea what they are called but my mom made me try one in a Korean department store once).

    Michelle Won: A Living Lesson in Korean Culinary History

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