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Some phrases (Updated: Added some more phrases in Post 7)

Postby nick8986 » August 8th, 2012 12:41 am

Hello everyone,

I just signed up to the site late last week. It's been great so far! I was wondering if you could help me with some phrases:

"This is the last time I'm going to ask."

"I promise."

"Forget about what I said before."

"I understand."

"It's okay."

"Sometimes I'm too emotional."

If you could put these into Hangul and Romanization, that'd be wonderful :) Thanks!
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Re: Some phrases

Postby team.relationships » August 9th, 2012 1:40 pm

Hi nick8986,

Thanks for visiting KoreanClass101.com

For your quesions,

"This is the last time I'm going to ask."
-> majimaguro muleobolggeyo.
마지막으로 물어볼께요.

"I promise."
-> yakssokhaeyo.
약속해요.

"Forget about what I said before."
-> ijeone naegamalhan geosul ijeojuseyo.
이전에 내가말한 것을 잊어주세요.

"I understand."
-> nanun ihaehamnida.
나는 이해합니다.

"It's okay."
-> gwenchanayo.
괜찮아요.

"Sometimes I'm too emotional."
-> gaggumssik nanun neomoo gamsungjugieyo.
가끔씩 나는 너무 감성적이에요.


Hope it helps.
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Postby nick8986 » August 9th, 2012 2:52 pm

Thank you so much, Anne! I just wanted to learn some phrases to get me started off until I can catch up. This will help a ton!
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Postby trutherous » August 9th, 2012 6:53 pm

Thanks to teacher Anne!

I new you were best qualified to answer these.
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Postby nick8986 » August 10th, 2012 2:09 pm

Hi Anne and the KoreanClass101 Team,

Could you help me with some more phrases? I'd really appreciate it! As in before, please include them in Hangul and Romanization =)

"I'm happy to see you!"

"What brought you here?"

"How long will you be staying?"

"You make me so happy!"

"I enjoy spending time with you."

"When is your birthday?"

"How old are you?"

"I got this for you."

"When are you free?"

Thank you again in advance. I really appreciate your help! ^_^
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Postby team.relationships » August 10th, 2012 3:02 pm

Hi nick,

"I'm happy to see you!"
->manaseo bangabssumnida. 만나서 반갑습니다.

"What brought you here?"
-> eoddukeoseosseoyo. 어떻게 오셨어요?

"How long will you be staying?"
-> eolmana meomoorusil gungayo. 얼마나 머무르실 건가요?

"You make me so happy!"
-> dangsinun nal haebokage haeyo! 당신은 나를 행복하게 해요!

"I enjoy spending time with you."
-> neowa julgeoun siganul bonaesseo. 너와 즐거운 시간을 보냈어.

"When is your birthday?"
-> neo saeng ilun eonjaeya? 너 생일은 언제야?

"How old are you?"
-> meossariya? 몇살이야?

"I got this for you."
-> nul weehae junbihaesseo. 널 위해 준비했어.

"When are you free?"
-> eonjae sigan deoni? 언제 시간 되니?


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Postby nick8986 » August 17th, 2012 1:22 pm

Thank you again, Anne! It's been about 2 weeks since I've started learning and my Hangugeo is progressing pretty well. I was able to start dating a Korean girl too because of your help! ^_^ Her English is also improving as well as my Korean. It's been a lot of fun. Joining KC101 and this community has been one of the smartest things I've ever done lol.

I have some more phrases I could use your help with. These are a little more complicated because they are fill ins, so I may need multiple examples for each phrase. I think this will help me a lot with understanding the sentence structures for Hangugeo. Again, Hangul and Romanization please :)

Please do the initial phrase without filling in the blank, and then do the examples below it. Feel free to add your own examples if you can and if you think they will help.

"What did you ________?"
Ex1: "What did you do today?"

"What ________ do you like?"
Ex1: "What food do you like?"
Ex2: "What kind of dramas do you like?"

"I like ________."
Ex1: "I like Italian food."
Ex2: "I like to watch movies."

"I don't like _______."
Ex1: "I don't like British food."
Ex2: "I don't like to watch TV."

"What's your favorite _______?"
Ex1: "What's your favorite movie?"
Ex2: "What was your favorite part of today?"

"My favorite is ________."
Ex1: "My favorite movie is The Hunger Games."
Ex2: "My favorite is you." or "You're my favorite."

"Let's go _______!"
Ex1: "Let's go eat!"
Ex2: "Let's go to the mall."

"Have you ever been ______?"
Ex1: "Have you ever been to the mall?"
Ex2: "Have you ever been to a baseball game?"

"Would you want _______?"
Ex1: "Would you want to go?"
Ex2: "Would you want to stay here?"

"I have ________."
Ex1: "I have Game of Thrones, Full House, City Hunter, and Pasta."
Ex2: "I have to go."
Ex3: "I have to go to work."

"I want ________."
Ex1: "I want food."
Ex2: "I want to see you."
Ex3: "I want to go out with you."

"I went to ________."
Ex1: "I went to work."
Ex2: "I went to the gym"
Ex3: "I went to visit my grandma."

"I ate ________."
Ex1: "I ate pizza."
Ex2: "I ate with my friends."
Ex:3 "We ate pasta."

"Do you promise?"

"Let's go to sleep."

"When will you come back?"

"I dreamt about you last night."

"Will you wait for me?"

"I won't hurt you."

"I will work hard for you."

Sorry... I know this is A LOT to ask and that some of these are pretty corny, but hopefully it'll help take both my Hangugeo and relationship to the next level. I'll keep you updated on how things go. Thanks a ton! XD
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Postby team.relationships » August 19th, 2012 2:30 pm

Hi nick,

"What did you ________?"
"너는 무엇을 했니?" "neonun mueosul haeni?"

Ex1: "What did you do today?"
"너는 오늘 무엇을 했니?" "neonun onul mueosul haeni?"

"What ________ do you like?"
"너는 무엇을 좋아해?" "neonun mueosul joahae?"

Ex1: "What food do you like?"
"너는 무슨 음식을 좋아해?" "neonun musun umsigul joahae?"

Ex2: "What kind of dramas do you like?"
"너는 어떤 드라마를 좋아해?" "neonun eoddun dramarul jahae?"


"I like ________."
"나는 ~ 좋아해." "nanun ~ joahae."

Ex1: "I like Italian food."
"나는 이탈리안 음식을 좋아해." "nanun Italian umsigul joahae."

Ex2: "I like to watch movies."
"나는 영화보는 걸 좋아해." "nanun younghwa bonun gul joahae."

"I don't like _______."
"나는 ~ 좋아하지 않아." "nanun ~ joahajiana."

Ex1: "I don't like British food."
"나는 영국 음식을 좋아하지 않아." "nanun British/younguk umsigul joahajiana."

Ex2: "I don't like to watch TV."
"나는 TV보는걸 좋아하지 않아." "nanun TV bonun gul joahajiana."

"What's your favorite _______?"
"너가 가장 좋아하는 것은 무엇이니?" "neoga gajang joahanun gusun moeosini?"

Ex1: "What's your favorite movie?"
"너가 가장 좋아하는 영화는 무엇이니?" "neoga gajang joahanun younghwanun moeosini?"

Ex2: "What was your favorite part of today?"
"너가 오늘 중에서 가장 좋았던 때는 무엇이니?" "neoga onul jungeseo gajang joaddun ddaenun moeosini?"

"My favorite is ________."
"내가 가장 좋아하는 것은 ~." "naega gajang joahanun gusun ~."

Ex1: "My favorite movie is The Hunger Games."
"내가 가장 좋아하는 영화는 The Hunger Games 이다." "naega gajang joahanun younghwanun The Hunger Games ida."

Ex2: "My favorite is you." or "You're my favorite."
"내가 가장 좋아는것은 너야." "너를 내가 가장 좋아해."
"naega gajang joahanun gusun neoya." "neorul naega gajang joahae."

"Let's go _______!"
" ~ 하자!" " ~ haja!"

Ex1: "Let's go eat!"
" 먹으로 가자!" "meoguro gaja!"

Ex2: "Let's go to the mall."
"쇼핑몰에 가자!" "(shopping)malle gaja!"

"Have you ever been ______?"
" ~ 한적 있니?" " ~ hanjeok ini?"

Ex1: "Have you ever been to the mall?"
"쇼핑몰에 간적 있니?" "(shopping)malle ganjeok ini?"

Ex2: "Have you ever been to a baseball game?"
"야구경기 보러 간적 있니?" "yagu gyoungi boreo ganjeok ini?"

"Would you want _______?"
" ~ 하고 싶니?" " ~ hago simni?"

Ex1: "Would you want to go?"
" 가고 싶니?" "gago simni?"

Ex2: "Would you want to stay here?"
" 여기에 있고 싶니?" "yeogie eggo simni?"

"I have ________."
"나는 ~ 가지고 있어." "nanun ~ gajigo isseo."

Ex1: "I have Game of Thrones, Full House, City Hunter, and Pasta."
"나는 Thrones, Full House, City Hunter 게임과 파스타를 가지고 있어." "nanun Thrones, Full House, City Hunter gamegwa pastarul gajigo isseo."

Ex2: "I have to go."
"나는 가야해." "nanun gayahae."

Ex3: "I have to go to work."
"나는 일하러 가야해." "nanun ilhareo gayahae."

"I want ________."
"나는 ~을 원해." "nanun ~eul wanhae."

Ex1: "I want food."
"나는 음식을 원해(먹고 싶어)." "nanun eumsigul wanhae(meoggo sipeo)."

Ex2: "I want to see you."
"나는 너가 보고 싶어." "nanun neoga bogo sipeo."

Ex3: "I want to go out with you."
"나는 너랑 데이트 하고 싶어." "nanun neorang date hago sipeo."

"I went to ________."
"나는 ~ 했어." "nanun ~ haesseo."

Ex1: "I went to work."
"나는 일 했어." "nanun il haesseo."

Ex2: "I went to the gym"
"나는 gym에 갔어." "nanun gyme gasseo."

Ex3: "I went to visit my grandma."
"나는 할머니 집에 갔어." "nanun halmuni jibe gasseo."

"I ate ________."
"나는 ~ 을 먹었어." "nanun ~eul meogusseo."

Ex1: "I ate pizza."
"나는 피자를 먹었어." "nanun pizzarul meogusseo."

Ex2: "I ate with my friends."
"나는 친구들이랑 먹었어." "nanun chingudulirang meogusseo."

Ex:3 "We ate pasta."
"나는 파스타를 먹었어." "nanun pastarul meogusseo."

"Do you promise?"
"약속하니?" "yakssokhani?"

"Let's go to sleep."
"이제 자자." "ije jaja."

"When will you come back?"
"언제 돌아올거니?" "eonje doraolguni?"

"I dreamt about you last night."
"나는 어젯밤에 너 꿈 꿨어." "nanun eojetbbame neo ggum ggweosseo."

"Will you wait for me?"
"기다려 줄수 있니?" "gidaryeo julsu ini?"

"I won't hurt you."
"널 다치게 하지 않을거야." "neol dachige hajianulgeoya."

"I will work hard for you."
"널위해 열심히 할께." "neolwihae yeosimi halgge."

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Postby nick8986 » August 19th, 2012 11:44 pm

Wow... thanks a ton, Anne! I didn't expect you to get through those so fast lol. You're the best! :D
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Postby team.relationships » August 21st, 2012 4:06 pm

Yes Anne is great! She puts in a lot of efforts which shows her passion for Korean :)
Please feel free to ask, should you have any other questions.

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