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Annyeonghaseyo hello/ how are you?
Jal jinaeyo how are you? (group)
Jal jinaeseyo how are you? (single)
Yojeum eottaeyo how are you these days? (younger person)
Yojeum eotteoseyo how are you these days? (older person)
Ne yes
Ne, jal jinaeyo Yes, I am doing fine
Aniyo no
Gamsahamnida thank you
Anieyo it's nothing (your welcome)
Joeun haru dueseyo (I hope you) have a good day
saram person
I/Ga isseoyo there is/there are (polite form)
yeoja a woman
namja a man
gajok family
hago and (between nouns)
deul -s (plural)
Saramdeuli isseoyo there are people
Yeojaga isseoyo there is a woman
Yeojahago namja a woman and a man
Created by: Cas M.