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A flows out of B though C.

Discussion in '한국어 (Korean)' started by marsplastic, Aug 13, 2013.

  1. marsplastic Senior Member

    Korean
    Hi.

    I wonder my interpretation is right.

    A flows out of B through C.

    I interpreted this sentence.

    A가 C를 통해 B에서 흘러나온다.
     
    Last edited: Aug 13, 2013
  2. Paulfromitaly

    Paulfromitaly MODerator

    Brescia (Italy)
    Italian
  3. marsplastic Senior Member

    Korean
    Does this sentence need context and background?
     
  4. Paulfromitaly

    Paulfromitaly MODerator

    Brescia (Italy)
    Italian
    It does since you didn't mention what you're talking about.
     
  5. marsplastic Senior Member

    Korean
    This is an original sentence:

    The cleaned air flows out of the filter elements through the pure gas outlet.

    I didn't think I needed to put the original context because some words like filter elements and pure gas outlet make more complicated.

    I think it's much easier to get it without it.
    That's why I used A,B and C.

    Source: Device manual
     
  6. Kross

    Kross Senior Member

    S.Korea
    Korean
    For me the full sentence is more helpful to understand. :)

    I try translating the example to 정화된 공기는 필터를 거쳐서 청정 공기 출구로 나오게 됩니다.
     
  7. marsplastic Senior Member

    Korean
    Without context, A flows out of B though C.
    1. A가 C를 거쳐 B에서 나오다.
    That what I translated but with context
    2. A가 B를 거쳐 C에서 나오다.
    This one make sense than 1.

    So I just want to know if A flows out of B though C.
    which one is right? 1 or 2?
     
  8. Kross

    Kross Senior Member

    S.Korea
    Korean
    I think 2 is right.
     

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