빨리 안 + Verb


You would often hear this pattern when a mom is scolding his child or a teacher scolding his student, or anyone scolding someone for being idle and not doing something right away. For instance, it’s already time to sleep but your children are still on their phones. You can nag at them this way. It’s in question form, but you are actually telling someone to do what you ask them to do or what they are supposed to do right away.

빨리 올려?
Hurry up!
(put your hands on your head)

빨리 들어?
Hurry up!
(raise your hand)

빨리 먹어?
Hurry up!
(start eating)

빨리 ?
Hurry up!
(you should sleep now)

빨리 ?
Hurry up!
(you go now)

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