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K Review

Korean Review

QuestionAnswer
Yes. yeh
No. ah-ni-o
It's okay. That's alright. kwen-chah-nah-yo
How are you? How do you do? [also in reply] ahn-nyong-ha-se-yo
Good bye. ahn-nyong-i kah-se-yo
Thank you. [formal] kahm-sa-hahm-ni-da
Thank you. [less formal] koh-mahp-soom-ni-da
I am sorry. [intense] che-sohng-hahm-ni-da
I am sorry. [less intense] mi-ahn-hahm-ni-da
coffee give me "Give me coffee." " I'd like to have coffee, please." k'uh-p'i chu-se-yo
breakfast ; morning ah-ch'im
lunch ; lunch time chum-shim
dinner ; evening cho-nyok
restaurant shik-tahng
bread bahng
so-goom salt
restroom hwah-jahng-shil
phone number chuhn-hwah-bun-ho
Korean is classified as an SOV language, which stands for <Subject-Object-Verb> word order. English on the other hand is an SVO language. A subject is the one who acts. An object is the one who receives the subjects action. For example: <English> Bob loves Jenny. Who loves Jenny? Bob does. Who is loved by Bob? Jenny is. In Korean this sentence will be in the the word order: <Korean> Bob Jenny loves.
Hello, My Name is _____. ahn-nyong-ha-se-yo, Cho-nen _____ ee-mi-da.
Our ______ Wol-eee? Woody?
What does your father do? ----Isshi- abuju-geenin mul-sin eel ha-se-yo
Created by: starr8904