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Say hello in Korean

Postby julialim » December 9th, 2010 3:09 pm

안녕하세요. 여러분!
:D 줄리아입니다.[julia-imnida]

안녕하세요.[An-nyeong-ha-se-yo]: Hello. / Standard form
안녕[An-nyeong]: Hello. / Intimate form, with friends


안녕히 가세요.[An-nyeong-hi ga-se-yo]: Bye. / Standard form
잘 가[Jal ga]: Bye. / Intimate form, with friends
안녕~ [An-nyeong]: Bye. / Intimate form, with friends

(your name)입니다. : I am (your name). :D

:idea: :idea: :idea: :idea: :idea:
In the morning, you may hear " 좋은 아침입니다."[jo-eun achim-imnida]: (It is) good morning.
Around meal time, you may also hear "점심 드셨어요?"[Jeomsim deusyeotseoyo]: Literally "Did you have lunch?" - This is kind of "good afternoon".
"저녁 드셨어요?"[Jeo-nyeok deusyeotseoyo]: Literally "Did you have dinner?" - "Good evening" :D
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Postby skyferrydoina5530 » February 28th, 2011 5:15 am

hello, Julia안녕하세요. 여러분!
i'm Doina and i have a question: how can i say "it's midnight", in korean?
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Postby skyferrydoina5530 » February 28th, 2011 5:48 am

hello, Juliaì•
i'm Doina and i have a question: how can i say "it's midnight", in korean?
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Postby julialim » February 28th, 2011 2:58 pm

Hello skyferrydoina5530님

In Korean, midnight is "자정" but.... usually we don't say "자정이다."[Ja-jeong-ida] which means "it's midnight."

"밤 12시에요."[bam yeol-du-si-eyo] is the same meaning and more naturally used.


It's a GOOD question!!
감사합니다~
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Postby trutherous » February 28th, 2011 4:55 pm

어머.. 여긴 벌써 한밤중이네요. :D
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Postby skyferrydoina5530 » March 2nd, 2011 9:12 am

thank you, Julia-nim.
what about: winter, spring, summer, autumn,blossomed trees, rising sun?... of course, if you don't mind.
thank you, again. Skyferrydoina
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Postby julialim » March 3rd, 2011 3:02 pm

Sure!!!:D :D :D
I am pleased to assist you~~:wink: Skyferrydoina 님 ^__________^

1. Four seasons :계절[gye-jeol]
Spring: 봄[bom] --> Summer: 여름[yeo-reum] --> Autumn:가을[ga-eul] --> Winter: 겨울[gyeo-ul]

2. Blossomed trees.
Well... 꽃이 핀 나무들[kkosi pin namudeul]

3. rising sun
Hmm... 떠오른 해[tteo-oreun hae] or 떠오른 태양[tteo-oreun tae-yang]


화이팅~ :wink: :wink:
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Postby skyferrydoina5530 » March 4th, 2011 4:53 am

thank you ,Julianim!
is March and now we, the girls in Europe, in this days we receive flowers and some little things, little gifts named " little March". i am from Romania and this is an approximative translation, "little March", there is no correspondent word in English. my boyfriend make me a little surprise, he gave me a bracelet and a bunch of flowers. i' m so happy!
i wish you to have all freshness and beauty spring in your heart! d
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Hello skyferrydoina5530, George, and Julia

Postby timandyou » March 7th, 2011 11:56 am

That's what I call, "help each other"!!!
Thank you all~~^^
cheers,
Tim 8)
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