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Posted 07 May 2004 - 02:28 PM

can anyone teach me korean? ^_^' hehe...

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Posted 07 May 2004 - 02:37 PM

trish...i wonder why they closed the old thread...good thing i saved some of them...

Good morning--> 안녕하세요?--> Annyong haseyo?
Good-bye.(to person leaving)--> 안녕히 가세요. --> Annyonghi kasayo.
Good-bye.(to person staying)--> 안녕히 계세요.--> Annyonghi kyesayo

Good night. --> 안녕히 주무십시요. --> Annyonghi jumushipsiyo.
How do you do? (meeting for the first time)--> 처음 뵙겠습니다. --> Ch'oum poepgetsumnida.
My name is _____. --> 저는 ___ 입니다. --> Chonun ______ imnida.
How are you? --> 어떠십니까? --> Ottoshimnikka?
Hello? (on the phone) --> 여보세요?--> Yobo

Thank you. --> 감사합니다. -->Kamsahamnida.
I am sorry. --> 미안합니다. -->Mianhamnida.
Yes. --> 네. --> Ne.
No. --> 아니요. --> Aniyo.

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Posted 07 May 2004 - 02:42 PM

armi jie.. i think its supposed to be YOBOSEYO? the hello in the telephone.. typo... hehe... ^_^'

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Posted 07 May 2004 - 02:44 PM

Where is ...? --> ...는 어디 입니까? --> ...nun odi imnikka?
How do I get to ...? --> ...에는 어떻게 갑니까? --> ...aenun ottok'ae kamnikka?
airport --> 공항 --> gonghang
bus station --> 버스 터미날 --> bosu t'eomeenal
train station --> 기차역 --> kich'a yeok
subway station--> 지하철역--> chihach'eol yeok
Id like a ticket to ... --> ...행 표 한장 주세요. --> ... haeng p'yo hanjang chusaeyo.

armi jie.. i think its supposed to be YOBOSEYO? the hello in the telephone.. typo... hehe... ^_^'

hahaha...mian...i just copied and paste that one e...
yeah...
Hello? (on the phone) --> 여보세요?--> Yoboseyo

for driving directions:

Please go to ... --> ... 에 가주세요. --> ... ai ga-jusaeyo.
I'm in a hurry. --> 급해요. --> ku-p'haiyo.
There's no hurry. --> 급하게 가지 않아도 되요. --> kup'hagae gaji ahnado dwaeyo.
Please drive more ... --> 좀 더 ... 운전해 주세요. --> Jom deo ... unjeonhae jusaeyo.
slowly / quickly --> 천천히 / 빨리 --> ch'eonch'eonhee / bbali
Go straight ahead. --> 똑바로 가주세요. --> Ddokparo ga-jusaeyo.
Turn ... --> ... 으로 돌아가 주세요. --> ... uro dolla ka-jusaeyo. (turn lang, ang haba-haba! )
left / right --> 왼쪽 / 오른쪽 --> wen-jjok / orun-jjok
Stop here, please. --> 여기서 내려 주세요. --> Yeogiseo naeryeo jusaeyo.
How much is the fare? --> 요금이 얼마예요? --> Yogumee alma-yaeyo?

chon-mahn-eh-yo. -->You're welcome.
sil-le-hahm-ni-da. -->Excuse me.


Phrases for Meeting and Greeting

yong-o-rul hahl-jool asim-ni-ka? --> Do you speak English?

jeo-nun han-kook-o-rul jo-gum-bah-ke mo-tahm-ni-da. --> I only speak a little Korean.

song-ha-mi o-teo-ke dwe-si-ji-yo? --> What is your name?

je-i-rum-eun Mee-Young im-ni-da. -->My name is Mee-Young.

ahn-nyong-ha-se-yo? --> How are you?

neh jal-i-soum-ni-da. -->I'm fine, thank you.

gahm-se-hahm-ni-da. -->I'm fine, thank you.

mahn-na-bwep-ge dwe-o-seo bahn-gahp-soum-ni-da. -->I am very glad to meet you.

jal mo-dara dut-ge-soum-ni-da. -->I don't understand.

mo-ra-go greo-shut-ji-yo? --> What did you say?

jom-chon-chon-hee mahl-soum-hae joo-se-yo? --> Can you speak more slowly?

choong-boon-hee i-hae-hah-go i-soum-ni-da. -->I understand perfectly.

peh-goh-p'ah-yo -->Are you hungry?

peh-goh-p'ah-yo -->I am hungry.

muh-gul-gah-yo -->Shall we eat? / Shall we eat ...?

chu-se-yo Give me ..., -->please.

issuh-yo -->Do you have ...?


muh-guh-yo -->I eat ...

mot-muh-guh-yo -->I don't (or can't) eat ... (as in "I don't eat pork.")

cho-ah-hey-yo -->Do you like it? ; Do you like ...?

cho-ah-hey-yo--> I like it. ; I like ...


meh-wuh-yo -->Is it spicy? ; Is ... spicy?

meh-wuh-yo -->It is spicy. ; ... is spicy


mwuh-tool-uh-ssuh-yo -->What is in it?


mah-shi-ssuh-yo -->Is it delicious? ; Is ... delicious?

mah-shi-ssuh-yo -->It is delicious. ; ... is delicious.

mah-duhp-ssuh-yo -->It is not delicious. ; ... is not delicious.


add a little touch with...


mah-nee a lot (-- Add it right in front of the phrases.)

cho-goom a little (-- Add it right in front of the phrases.)

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Posted 08 May 2004 - 07:44 AM

chee goom-now
oh nool-today
neh li -tommorow
chuhn-hwah-bun-ho -phone number

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Posted 09 May 2004 - 02:22 AM

trish, ano na? are these very useful sa magiging conversation niyo ni Sandy? hehehe...i can't find more to post eh...hope they make this a sticky thread along with the other "learn other languages" threads...:D

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Posted 10 May 2004 - 08:38 AM

trish, ano na? are these very useful sa magiging conversation niyo ni Sandy? hehehe...i can't find more to post eh...hope they make this a sticky thread along with the other "learn other languages" threads...:D

ahahaha... dui.. very useful! ang dami mo nang napost ah.. xie xie! clapclap

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Posted 13 May 2004 - 12:20 PM

sana makausap mo na si sandara para mas masaya...ako wala naman akong mashadong natatandaan sa mga words na yan...nagpapanggap lang ako...hahaha

got this from another forum...sokorean.com

sarang
love

sarang hae yo
i love you

Yak Sok
Promise

Chun sa
Angel

Heng Bok
happy or happiness

sin yong
trust

hang sang or yeong won hi
forever

chuk da
die

choesong hamnida
sorry

omma
mum

aboji or appa
dad

oppa
older guy that is said by girls

unni or onni
older girl that is said by girls

dong seng
younger girl that is said by girls

hyung
its what guys say then they refer to another guy

sin
god

go sin
goddess

me->나 [nah]

you-> 너 [neuh]

we -> 우리 [woori]

she/he -> there's not really a he she.

dad ->아빠 [appa]

mom ->엄마 [omma]

sister ->누나 [noona <for boys>] 언니 [onnie <for girls>] 여동생 yuh dong seng [younger sister for both girls and boys]

brother -> 형 [hyung<for boys] 오빠 [oppa <for girls] 남동생 nam dongseng [younger brother for both

girlfriend -> 여자친구 [yuhjah chingu]

boyfriend -> 남자 친구 [namjah chingu]

friend -> 친구 [chingu]

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Posted 14 May 2004 - 05:38 PM

they got an alphabet or not?!?

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Posted 17 May 2004 - 04:16 AM

they do...it's called hangul...

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Posted 17 May 2004 - 08:48 AM

sana makausap mo na si sandara para mas masaya...ako wala naman akong mashadong natatandaan sa mga words na yan...nagpapanggap lang ako...hahaha

ako nga rin eh.. walang matandaan.. :lol?: hahaha.. at least pwede nating icopy and paste tapos codigo na lang kapag may kausap tayong korean... specifically sandara... :lol?: hahaha.. o cge, magpanggap na lang tayo... rofl rofl

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Posted 17 May 2004 - 12:20 PM

the alphabet is short ....it seems easy to memorize it ...

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Posted 23 May 2004 - 02:34 AM

the alphabet is short ....it seems easy to memorize it ...

^_^' you think so? well yeah...i kinda memorized them at one point...but it just gets confusing when they're put together to form one syllable... :blink:

sentence structure
these are all possible sentence structures that can be made.

- topic + topic marker + place + place marker + subject + subject marker + object + object marker + verb.

- topic + topic marker + subject + subject marker + place + place marker + object + object + object marker + verb.

more sentence structures

- topic + topic marker + verb.

- subject + subject marker + object + object marker + verb

- topic + topic marker+ object + object marker + verb

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Posted 26 May 2004 - 01:24 PM

oh, so u put ur verb at last , like japanese , or german ...

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Posted 27 May 2004 - 02:37 PM

Yeah, i'm still confusing to put them together, but with practice that's not so hard i think ^^
However, that's much easier than japanese or chinese :)

Edited by takuma, 27 May 2004 - 02:42 PM.


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Posted 30 May 2004 - 09:10 PM

kamsahamnida for this thread... korean is interesting! clapclap

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Posted 31 May 2004 - 04:26 PM

kamsahamnida? wat it means :huh:
How do u guys learn korean here ?! at school?

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Posted 13 June 2004 - 01:43 AM

i wanna learn korean...it seems so hard...

any koreans here? ^_^'

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Posted 13 June 2004 - 04:52 AM

kamsahamnida? wat it means :huh:
How do u guys learn korean here ?! at school?

hi karen! kamsahamnida means thank you in korean. :D
nope, we only learned korean on the internet...;)

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Posted 24 October 2004 - 04:59 AM

korean charaters look funny but its easy to tell if its korean, i watch alot of korean series (dubbed) and yeh i wanted to learn korean but its hell hard just looking at those pictured characters -.-

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Posted 24 October 2004 - 06:30 PM

Hi everyone, I just saw this thread. I think it's reallly cool. Here are some more Korean words and phrases that are useful in every day life. Some of them have already been posted. The spaces are there just to see how the word breaks down. You wouldn't necessarily pronounce these words with a lot of pauses. It's pretty tough, but if you watch a lot of Korean dramas, movies, or listen to Korean music, you can get a hang of how to pronounce the word. It's very fluid and easy on the ears. I don't really know that much Korean, but it's a very interesting language. Anyway, here's some phrases.

ye // Yes

an-ni-o // No

an nyong ha sye yo? // Hello, How are you? ( note: this can also be used in reply)

an nyong hi - ka sye yo // Good Bye

k wen chah nah yo // Its ok, Its fine

ottok'ke ch nae sye yo? // How are you?

chal chi nae yo // Fine (in reply to "ottok'ke ch nae sye yo?")

kam sa ham ni da // Thank you (used in a formal way)

ko map sum ni da // Thank you (used in a less formal way)

choe song ham ni da // Sorry (used with more emphasis, weight)

mian ham ni da // Sorry (used with less emphasis)

choo sea yo // Give me (Can be attached to end of a sentence)

choh a yo? // good is it? , do you like it?

choh a yo // it is good, I like it

ha sea yo? // You do....? You Speak...?

isseayo? // you have it? do you have? is there?

isseayo // I have , There is ... , ... is here

mol ra yo // I dont know,

mwua ae yo // What is..?

odi ae yo? // Where is..?

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Posted 27 October 2004 - 05:14 AM

this is so cool..thanks for this....i got excited just reading the words because i really want to learn this language w/out burning a hole in my pocket...if u watch korean drama then u can kind of get the pronounciation happening...well that's what was happening when i was reading the words...thinking back to 'Full House'...i have the first 10 Pimsleur Korean lessons if you guys want...focuses on the pronounciations...but if i upload you're going to have to wait because i can't d/l or upload at the moment...connection speed is so slow because i've exceeded my d/l capacity...if u want just reply here or pm me

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Posted 29 October 2004 - 12:33 AM

this is cool! ^ you've seen Full House itz soo good!! i cried soo much!
im korean..i still need to learn some though..
my mom is teaching me... im gonna get it down b4 i go 2 Korea again..lol

i wanna learn korean...it seems so hard...

any koreans here?  ^_^'

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Posted 29 October 2004 - 06:00 AM

this is so cool..thanks for this....i got excited just reading the words because i really want to learn this language w/out burning a hole in my pocket...if u watch korean drama then u can kind of get the pronounciation happening...well that's what was happening when i was reading the words...thinking back to 'Full House'...i have the first 10 Pimsleur Korean lessons if you guys want...focuses on the pronounciations...but if i upload you're going to have to wait because i can't d/l or upload at the moment...connection speed is so slow because i've exceeded my d/l capacity...if u want just reply here or pm me

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i have those same lessons! they're great, but i haven't gotten through all of them yet. hmm, if you can't upload them right soon, i can do it...that is, if you guys want any of them. they're each about a half an hour long.

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Posted 31 October 2004 - 02:32 AM

wow, those lessons sound great! could you guys upload them??? i'd be ever so grateful.... :hug

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Posted 01 November 2004 - 01:59 AM

wow! i would like to learn korean tooo... after watching all those k series....
so much to learn.... ><""
need to find some time to learn k

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Posted 06 November 2004 - 07:56 PM

It would be very helpful if you guy can upload those files for us. I found this great website that teach basic korean like putting word together and it seem very helpful and easy. http://langintro.com/kintro/index.htm

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Posted 07 November 2004 - 02:50 PM

i would love to see the lessons! wanna learn korean so i can watch korean drama without reading subtitles xD

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Posted 08 November 2004 - 03:03 AM

does...

ju hong mean scarlet?
yeodeol mean eight?

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Posted 13 November 2004 - 04:51 PM

Hi everyone, I just saw this thread. I think it's reallly cool. Here are some more Korean words and phrases that are useful in every day life. Some of them have already been posted. The spaces are there just to see how the word breaks down. You wouldn't necessarily pronounce these words with a lot of pauses. It's pretty tough, but if you watch a lot of Korean dramas, movies, or listen to Korean music, you can get a hang of how to pronounce the word. It's very fluid and easy on the ears.  I don't really know that much Korean, but it's a very interesting language. Anyway, here's some phrases.

ye // Yes

an-ni-o // No

an nyong ha sye yo? // Hello, How are you? ( note: this can also be used in reply)

an nyong hi - ka sye yo // Good Bye

k wen chah nah yo // Its ok, Its fine

ottok'ke ch nae sye yo? // How are you?

chal chi nae yo // Fine (in reply to "ottok'ke ch nae sye yo?")

kam sa ham ni da // Thank you (used in a formal way)

ko map sum ni da // Thank you (used in a less formal way)

choe song ham ni da // Sorry (used with more emphasis, weight)

mian ham ni da // Sorry (used with less emphasis)

choo sea yo // Give me (Can be attached to end of a sentence)

choh a yo? // good is it? , do you like it?

choh a yo // it is good, I like it

ha sea yo? // You do....? You Speak...?

isseayo? // you have it? do you have? is there?

isseayo // I have , There is ... , ... is here

mol ra yo // I dont know,

mwua ae yo // What is..?

odi ae yo? // Where is..?

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hahaha so much "yo" in the end of any words

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Posted 14 November 2004 - 01:40 AM

after watching all the korean series, I want to to learn korean too...... and does anyone know what "anniye" means? I always hear that word when I'm watching korean series, but the sub always show different words. like "nothing", "I mean", or "no".... so I'm not sure what the exact meaning is.... I know anniyo means no, but what's anniye?

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Posted 14 November 2004 - 02:03 AM

i still don't know the pronunciation...

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Posted 14 November 2004 - 10:21 AM

after watching all the korean series, I want to to learn korean too...... and does anyone know what "anniye" means? I always hear that word when I'm watching korean series, but the sub always show different words. like "nothing", "I mean", or "no".... so I'm not sure what the exact meaning is.... I know anniyo means no, but what's anniye?

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isn't "anniyo" ?which mean "no"

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Posted 18 November 2004 - 05:53 AM

isn't "anniyo" ?which mean "no"

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yeah I know anniyo means no, but I always hear the word "anniye"

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Posted 22 November 2004 - 07:19 PM

how do you say "let's be friends" in Korean??

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Posted 25 November 2004 - 07:19 PM

sorry but i suck in english.. wut's a sentence structure?

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Posted 26 November 2004 - 06:02 AM

thanks for this thread. i learned korean from my nonkorean friend who knows the korean alphabet or hangeul. she taught me and i've been trying to learn more ever since. i know there's this english-korean dictionary that you can get. it's published by insight guides. i think this dictionary may help you. it's not only for traveling either.

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Posted 26 November 2004 - 02:15 PM

wahhh...Koreann ^^...i wantd to learn it shOo badlIIzz 4 sum reasonzz..oh wellzz koreanzz kewlzz ^^ all i knoo ishh an nyong [n] ottok'ke ch nae sye yo? = =" oh wellzz Korean ishh kewllZz...imma suchh a korean wanna bee well anii waizz...fanKZz 4 teachin ^^

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Posted 13 December 2004 - 05:15 AM

i didn't know there's a thread like this here.. well.. now i know! kamsahamnida! everyone. i'm also trying to learn this language. sounds interesting. more lessons please..

by the way, how come i can't see some of the characters? do i need to install something?

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Posted 15 December 2004 - 10:58 PM

how do you write (in Korean characters) :
I hope you like your stay here.
Nice to meet you





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