posted by Tom on .
How can we share Korean traditions?
1. We can make traditional tteok, rice cake, with our classmates.
2. We can make traditional kites in our classroom.
3. We can make traditional Korean dress at home.
4. We can play traditional Korean games such as baduk, janggi, and yunnori.
5. We can play Korean chess or play flower card.
6. We can make kimchi. Kimchi is traditional Korean vegetable dish.
7. We can make kimchi, traditional Korean vegetable dish.
(Would you check the answers to the question? Are they all grammatical? Would you correct errors?)
They are all right, except put the article "a" before traditional in # 7.
I checked with my Korean-American friend -- and here's here answer.
Anyway, you can have more than one rice cake without it being pieces cut from one. So I think "There are three rice cakes in the paper bag" and "There are three pieces of rice cakes in the paper bag" are both appropriate. For the second question posted, I think it sounds better with the article, "a" before "special rice cake."