yeah blue we gotta change it into mooseunil imnikka? :RBhalo:
It sounds familiar to me.I don't know though if it really means "what happend".
By the way..My translator says 무슨 일이에요? (mooseun ilieyo?) O__o
Omg, how did I not know this thread existed!?!?! This is so cool!!! Thx for posting those phrases blue and dila! Now I can try to learn some basic things in Korean!!! XD 333333
hehe you're welcome star!!! :RBhalo: We do our best!!! :high5:
lol we really cant relay on the translator hahaha
i dont know which one is true neither
and i reversed 따 with 까
i still have to look at the notes again netooth:
yeah we can't! my translater is really weird lol. I guess it just translates words to words. not always clear.. lol however
(나는) (당신을) 미워해요.
(Naneun) (dangsineul) miwohaeyo.
I hate you.
(나는) (당신을) 사모해요.
(Naneun) (dangsineul) samohaeyo.
I dearly love you.
You can also just say miwohaeyo. and don't forget si = shi.
LOL amazing is that just a BIT?!
hey u know pretty much thna me , add me as a friend!!!!
yeah it's really not much >< :RBblush:
nice to meet you btw.
Recently I'm so retarded. Unfortunately I don't have enough time to learn korean. :RBcrying: can't wait for christmas break!!! :RBhalo:
Last edit by dilaChan on Thursday 04 Dec, 2008 at 17:03 -83%[/edit]
dila,what is "I" in korean??
i know haengbok is happy.
haengbokaeyo = im happy, where in the word show us "I"?
for example: watashi ha ureshii desu means Im happy.
and we know watashi is "I"
uh.. i hope u know what im asking XDLast edit by bluesweater on Friday 05 Dec, 2008 at 06:13 +33.2%[/edit]
yeah I got it blue.
na or nan means I and the ending eun is the accusative case.
pretty similar to Latin or Turkish or even Spanish I guess. Because of the verb ending you leave the pronoun out.
like "saranghaeyo" :RBhalo:Last edit by dilaChan on Friday 05 Dec, 2008 at 06:35 +4.3%[/edit]
but I'm not really that familiar with the different cases in korean yet Blue. hope it helped you anyway.
ohhh i see , dila..
that helped me! hehehe
gumawo , dila :RBhalo:
no prob!! :RBhalo:
(It is) hard
..to be continued..
English sentence typically has a Subject-Verb-Object word order, but a Korean sentence has a Subject-Object-Verb word order. (like turkish :RBhalo: xD)
English: I read books.
I(subject) read(verb) books(object)
Korean: 내가 책을 읽습니다. [nae.ga chaek.eul eol.seum.ni.da]
내가(subject) 책을(object) 읽습니다(verb).
it's seems that korea is fun..
i loved to learn it..
i know some things too XD 1 – Hana.
2 – Tul.
3 – set.
4 – net.
5 – daseot.
6 – yeoseot.
7 – ilgop.
8 – yeodeol.
9 – ahop.
10 – yeol.
Jaar - Yeon
Ja - ye / ne
nee - Anio
Hoe gaat het? - annyeong ha shim ni kka
excuse me - sillyehamnida.
i'm sorry - mianhamnida
i'm sorry but - mianhajiman ( mianhadjiman )
Thank you -gamsahamnida
that's all right - gwaenchansseumnida ( kwentjansimnida )
How much is ... - Eolmayeyo ( olma-eyo )
How much is this - Igeo Eolmayeyo ( igo elma-eyo )
This Thing - Ideo Igeot ( igo igot )
That thing - Jeogeo Jeogeot ( tsjogo tsjogot )
How much is that - Jeogeo Eolmayeyo ( tsjogo olma-eyo )
Give me please - Jom Juseyo ( djom juseyo )
Give me water please - Mul jom Juseyo ( moel djom djoeseyo )
Give me more water please - Mul Jom Deo Juseyo ( moel djom do djoeseyo )
I can not speak korean very well - hangungmul jal motaeyo ( hangoenmal djal motejo )
I can't speak korean at all - hangungmal jeonhyeo motaeyo ( hangoenmal djonjo motejo )
I don't know it very well - jal moreugeseoyo ( djal moeroegetsajo )
could you say that once again - Dasi han beon malsseumhae juseyo ( dashi han bon malsuumhe djoesejo )
please speak slowly - cheoncheonhi malsseumhae juseyo ( tjontjonhi malsuumhe djoesejo )
Where is the Bathroom - Hwajangsiri eodie iseoyo ? ( ha-tjangsiri odi-e ietsajo )
Where is the subway station - Jihacheoryeogi eodie iseoyo ( tjie-ha-tjul-jo-gi odie ietsajo )
Where is my ticket - Je tikessi eodie iseoyo ( tje tikesi odie ietsajo )
Where is the exit - chulguga eodie iseoyo ( tjoelkoega odie ietsajo )
Where is my husband - Je nampyeoni eodie iseoyo ( Tje nampjoni odie ietsajo )
Where is my wife - Je anaega eodie iseoyo ( Tje aneega odie ietsajo )
where is the hospital - byeongwoni eodie iseoyo ( pjongwoni odie ietsajo )
I am lost - gireul riseoseoyo ( kiruul irotsajol )
Please help me - Jom dowajuseyo ( djom dowadjoesejo )
Where are you going - eodi gaseyo ( odi kasejo )
i am going to .. - gamnida ( gamnida )
who - nugu ( noega )
when - eonje ( ondje )
where - eodiseo ( odiso )
what - mueoseul ( molsul )
why - wae ( we )
how - eotteoke ( otoke )
did it - haeseoyo ( hesajo )
Korea - Han Guk
한국어 언어 학습에 대한 도움이 필요한 사람?
will learn from u guysss here!! thankss thankss hehe
love korean loadss..
you're welcome. we do our best! :RBhalo:
Some new sentences and words. :RBhalo:
Now hold on a minute!
잠깐마 기다려 보세요!
[jam.kkan.ma ki.da.ryo po.se.yo!]
Can you hear me?
내 말을 들을 수 있어요?
[nae mar.eul teur.eul su iss.eo.yo?]
Where are you going?
I/he/she/we/they went to school. (subject omitted)
this is it for today
ps: I got a dictionary!! So if anyone want to know a word feel free to ask.
Random words/sentences... :hroll:
I don't know.
everyone/ ladies and gentlemen