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Are any of these numbers similar to the numbers in your native language? Leave us a comment and let us know!
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Thank you so much for your comment!
I'm so happy to know you liked this vocab list, and I'd love to come to your assistance.
One: Is there a vocab list or lesson where I could find both Native and Sino Korean numbers together for convenience and flashcards?
>>Yes! Please take a look at these lessons!
Two: Is there a Lesson(s) where I could find the explanation on the difference, and how to count to 100 with Sino and Native Korean numbers?
>>Yes! Hope you find this lesson helpful! ;)
I really appreciate the great effort you're putting in to learn Korean, and please let me know if you have any other questions!
Thanks for the great vocab list!
I have two questions you can hopefully help me with...
Thanks for posting. These words are Sino-Korean numbers, or numbers that come from Chinese characters. 하나 둘 셋 넷 are native Korean numbers, which originate from Hangul. There are two sets of counters in Korean because before Hangul was created during the Chosun dynasty, Chinese characters were used.
What's the difference between these numbers and 하나, 둘, 셋, 넷...
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Sorry, nevermind about my previous comment, I found a list on another site.
Where can I find a vocabulary of the native korean numbers? I only seem to able to find the chinese based numbers.
Thank you for sharing! I assume you wrote that it is totally different from Portuguese? :smile:
Totalmente diferente do português. Novidade para mim.
Thank you for posting! Although it may be unfamiliar, we hope you have no trouble remembering them!