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How do i say 'are you tired'?

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duckling
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How do i say 'are you tired'?

Postby duckling » March 11th, 2010 2:53 pm

all i know and all the people i've asked know is 'kwaenchanayo?'
but that isn't are you tired, is it?
it's are you okay?

so i just want some help from any wise person around here,
how do you say 'are you tired' in korean?

thanks a million to every reply : )))

trutherous
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Postby trutherous » March 11th, 2010 5:51 pm

피곤하지 않으세요? -Aren't you tired?
피곤하십니까/하세요? -Are you tired?

피곤합니다 -I'm tired
피곤해요 -I'm tired
피곤해/피곤하다 -I'm tired

아니오 피곤하지 않습니다 -No, I'm not tired.
아니오 피곤하지 않아요 -No, I'm not tired.
아니 피곤하지 않아 -No I'm not tired

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imaBALLER
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Postby imaBALLER » March 12th, 2010 9:09 am

Lol, at your very thorough reply trutherous :) . I think they are an absolute beginner so to make it easy...

If it is amongst friends just say

피곤해? add 요 to the end to be more polite.

or if they are tired from working out or something

힘들어? add 요 to the end to be more polite.

julialim
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Postby julialim » March 12th, 2010 1:46 pm

추가요~ :lol:

Are you tired? ;피곤해? [pigonhae]

I'm tired. ; 피곤해. [pigonhae]

요[yo]


you guys are awesome!!
감사합니다. :D

duckling
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Postby duckling » March 18th, 2010 1:11 am

imaBALLER wrote:Lol, at your very thorough reply trutherous :) . I think they are an absolute beginner so to make it easy...



hahahha yeah
all i know is how to read,
except i don't know what the meaning is = ="
and little tiny points about grammar.

thank you for all of your answers,
helped me a lot
:D

trutherous
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Postby trutherous » March 18th, 2010 2:28 am

you can easily copy and paste into Naver's dictionary, that should help a lot with meaning. http://dic.naver.com/


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