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http://www.omniglot.com/language/phrases/korean.php Key to abbreviations: frm = formal, inf = informal English Welcome Hello How are you?

I'm fine, thanks. Long time no see What's your name? (Korean) (hwangyong-hamnida) (annyeonghaseyo) - frm, (annyeong) - inf (yeoboseyo) - on phone ? (eotteohke jinaeseyo?) ? (an nyeong ha siut seum ni ka?) (jaljinaeyo) (orenmanida) ? (dangsinui ireumeun mueosip nikka?) inf ? (sungham ee uttoke daesipnika?) frm ... (je ireum-eun ... imnida) ? (Eodiseo osyeosseoyo) ... (Jeoneun ... eseo wasseuyo) (Mannaseo bangapseumnida) [frm polite] (Mannaseo bangawoyo) [inf polite] (annyeong hashimnikka) (annyonghi jumushipsiyo) - frm (jal jja) - inf (annyeong) (annyeonghi gyeseyo) - you are leaving (annyeonghi gaseyo) - you are staying (haeng un eul bil eo yo) frm (haeng un eul bin da) inf [] (geonbae) lit. "dry glass", (wihayeo) (jal meokkesseumnida) - before a meal (jal meogeosseumnida) - after a meal (masitkke deuseyo) ! (jalda nyeoo sip sio!) (moreugesseumnida) (Cheoncheonhi malssuemhae

My name is ... Where are you from? I'm from ... Pleased to meet you Good morning/ afternoon/evening Good night

Goodbye

Good luck Cheers/Good health! Bon appetit Bon voyage I don't understand Please speak more slowly

Please write it down Do you speak Korean? Yes, a little How do you say ... in Korean? Excuse me How much is this? Sorry Thank you Response Where's the toilet? I love you Leave me alone! Merry Christmas and Happy New Year Happy Easter Happy Birthday One language is never enough My hovercraft is full of eels

jeseyo) ! (Cheogeo jeseyo!) ? (hangukmal hasil jul aseyo?) - frm ? (hangukmal hal jul ani?) - inf , (yae, jogeumyo) - frm , (eung, jogeum) - inf ... ? (... reul hangukmal-lo eotteoh-ge maraeyo?) ! (shillehagessumnida) ? (ige eolmayeyo?) ! (mianhamnida) (kamsahamnida) - frm (komapsumnida) - inf (anieyo) ? (hwajangsiri eodiyeyo) (sarang hae) ! (honja naebeoryeo dushipshio) (jeulgeoun seongtanjeol bonaesigo saehae bok manhi bateusaeyo) (haengpoghan puhwarcheori toesikir) (saengil chukha hamnida) (han gaji un u nun chung boon ha ji mot hae) (Nae hoebuhkeurapeuteuneun changuhro kadeuk cha isseyo)

Yes = Ne No = A-nim-ni-da , A-ni-yo Thank you = Kam-sa-ham-ni-da Thank you very much = Te-danhi Kam-sa-ham-ni-da You're welcome = Chon-man-e Mal-sum-im-ni-da Please = Pu-di, Che-bal Excuse me = Che-song-ham-nida Hello = An-nyong Ha-se-yo

Goodbye = An-nyong-hi Ka-shipsio So long = An-nyong-hi Good morning = An-nyong Hashim-ni-ka Good afternoon = An-nyong Hashim-ni-ka Good evening = An-nyong Hashim-ni-ka Good night = An-nyong-hi Chumu-ship-sio

I do not understand = Chal Moru-ge-sum-ni-da How do you say this in ( English ) ? = I-go-sul [Yong-o-ro] Mo-rago-ham-ni-ka? Do you speak ... = ...rul(ul) Malha-shim-ni-ka? English = Yong-o French = Pul-o German = Dok-il-o Spanish = Spe-ino Chinese = Chung-kuk-mal

I = Na We = U-ri You ( singular , familiar ) = No You ( singular , formal ) = Tangshin You ( plural ) = Tang-shin-dul They = Ku-dul What is your name? = Tang-shin Iru-mun Muwo-shim-ni-ka? Nice to meet you = Man-na-so Pan-kap-sum-ni-da How are you? = Otoke Chi-nego-ke-shim-ni-ka? Good = Cho-sum-ni-da Bad = Shil-sum-ni-da So so = Ku-jo ku-ro-sum-ni-da

Wife = A-ne, Cho Husband = Nam-pyon Daughter = Tal Son = Adul Mother = O-mo-ni Father = A-bo-ji Friend = Chin-gu

Where is the bathroom? Where is the toilet? = Hwa-jang-sil-i Odie Isum-ni-ka?

1. Hello - Annyeong haseyo 2. Please - Putak hamnida 3. Goodbye - Annyonghi gaseyo 4. Thank You- Gamsa hamnida 5. Yes - Ne ye 6. No - Anio 7. Sorry - Mian hamnida 8. Welcome - Eoseo oseyo 9. Excuse me - Silly hamnida 10. Here - Yeogi 11. There - Chogee 12. What - Mu-eot 13. When - Eonje 14. Then - Geureom 15. Tour - Gwan gwang 16. Gift - Seonmul 17. Don't have - Eoptta 18. Money - Don 19. How much - Eolma jeongdo 20. Price - Gagyeok 21. How - Eotteoke 22. Dollars - Bul(dalleo) 23. Fare - Yogeum 24. This way - Ijjok 25. That way - Jeojjok 26. Right - O reun chok 27. Left - Wen chok 28. Up - Wiro 29. Down - A rero 30. Far- Meon 31. Near - Ga kaun 32. Map - Jido 33. Airport - Gonghang 34. Bus - Beosseu 35. Train - Kicha 36. Station - Yok 37. To go - Gada 38. Next - Daum 39. Next to - Yeop 40. Toilet - Hwajangshil 41. I would like to - Hago siptta 42. Meal - Sikssa 43. Veg - Namul 44. Spicy - Maeptta

45. Salty - Jjada 46. Sweet - Dalda 47. Coffee - Keopi 48. Tea - Hangcha 49. Juice - Jusseu 50. Noodles - Myon/kuksu 51. Rice - Bap 52. Chicken - Takkogi 53. Fish - Saengson 54. Salt - Sogum 55. Sugar - Soltang 56. Milk - Uyu 57. Fork - Pokeu 58. Beef - Sogogi/Bulgogi (cut meat) 59. Pork - Deoji 60. Sushi - Cheobap 61. Go straight - Jick jin ka choo say yo 62. Wife- Anae

63. Husband - Nampyeon 64. Hospital - Pyung-won Numbers :1 - il 2-i 3 - sam 4 - sa 5-o 6 - (r)yuk 7 - chil 8 - pal 9 - gu 10 - sip 100- baek 1000- cheon 10000 - man

NOTES: http://www.lifeinkorea.com/language/korean.cfm?Subject=basic
Phrases use the informal level of politeness except those denoted with (F). If you see a lot of garbage on your screen, you need to set your Web browser to read Korean characters.

Greetings
English
Good morning. Good afternoon. Good evening. Good-bye. (to person leaving) Good-bye. (to person staying) Good night. How do you do? (meeting for the first time) My name is _____. How are you?

Hangul
? ? (F) . . (F) . . (F) . (F) . (F) ___ . (F) ? (F)

Pronunciation
Annyong haseyo? Annyong hashimnikka? (F) Annyonghi kasayo. Annyonghi kashipshiyo. (F) Annyonghi kyesayo. Annyonghi kyeshipshiyo. (F) Annyonghi jumushipsiyo. (F) Ch'oum poepgetsumnida. (F) Chonun ______ imnida. (F) Ottoshimnikka? (F)

Hello? (on the phone) Do you speak English?

? ?

Yoboseyo? Yeongeorul malsum halsu isseoyo?

Basic Expressions
English
Yes. No. Thank you. I am sorry. . . . (F) . (F)

Hangul

Pronunciation
Ne. Aniyo. Kamsahamnida. (F) Mianhamnida. (F)

2) http://www.linguanaut.com/english_korean.htm To Save this Page Press (CTRL D) or E-mail this Page! Free Translation English Phrases English Greetings Hi! Good morning! Korean Greetings: An-yng-ha-se-yo. An-yng-hi ju-mu-sh-ss-yo? / An-nyng-ha-se-yo? (polite) ? ? Shik-sa-ha-sh-ss-yo? / An-nyng-ha-sh-ss-yo? (polite) ? ? Hwan-yng-ham-ni-da. . Chal ji-nae-sh-ss-yo? ? Ne. Chal ji-nae-ss-yo. . . -nyo/n-nyo? *1 Title+ /? Chal ji-nae-ss-yo. / K-j k-rae-yo. . / . (N-mu) kam-sa-ham-ni-da! () ! A-ni-e-yo. . Korean Phrases

Good evening! Welcome! (to greet someone) How are you? I'm fine, thanks! And you? Good/ So-So. Thank you (very much)! You're welcome! (for "thank you")

English Phrases Hey! Friend! I missed you so much! What's new? Nothing much Good night! See you later! Good bye! Asking for Help and Directions I'm lost Can I help you? Can you help me? Where is the (bathroom/ pharmacy)? Go straight! then turn left/ right! I'm looking for john. One moment please! Hold on please! (phone) How much is this? Excuse me ...! (to ask for something) Excuse me! ( to pass by) Come with me!

Korean Phrases Ya! Ch'in-gu! (informal) ! ! N-mu po-go shi-p'-ss-yo. . Pyl-li-ri p-ss-sh-ss-yo? ? Ne. p-ss-ss-yo. . . An-yng-hi ju-mu-se-yo! ! Na-jung-e bwae-yo! ! An-nyng-hi ga-se-yo! / An-nyng-hi ge-se-yo! *2 ! /or/ !

Ki-rl i-r-b-ry-ss-yo. . Mu--sl do-wa-d-ril-kka-yo? ? Chom to-wa-ju-shil ssu i-ss-shi-na-yo? ? (Hwa-jang-shil/yak-kuk)-i -di-ye-yo? (/) ? Tchuk ka-se-yo! K da--me woen/o-rn tcho-g-ro jom ga-se-yo. ! / . Cha-ni-ran sa-ra-ml ch'at-ko-i-ssm-ni-da. . Cham-kkan-ma-nyo! ! Cham-shi-ma-nyo! ! I-ge l-ma-ye-yo? ? Shil-le-ji-man Shil-le-ha-ge-ssm-ni-da. . Tta-ra o-se-yo! !

3) http://amps4u.blogspot.com/2010/07/basic-korean-words.html
After you learned the basic writing system of the Koreans in my previous article, Basic Korean (Hangul) Tutorial, it is now time for you to know some basic Korean words that you can use in your everyday life. These basic Korean words can help you have a decent life in Korea. Words/Phrases used for conversations: (annyong) Korean's general term for Hi or Hello. (annyong haseyo) - a formal Hi or Hello. You can also use this word to greet good morning, good afternoon or good evening. (yeoboseyo) Hello in phone conversation. (annyong achim) - Good morning (annyonghi jumuseyo) Good night (annyonghi Good bye gaseyo) (anio) - no (aniya) - not (chukahaeyo) - congratulations Korean numbers: (hana) - one (dul) - two (seht) - three (bbalgang) - red (neht) - four (noran) - yellow (daseot) - five Korean shapes: (yeoseot) - six (ilgop) - seven (yeodeol) - eight (aihop) - nine (yeol) - ten (baeg) - hundred (cheon) - thousand Korean colors: (geomjeong) - black (pureun) - blue (galsaek) - brown circle (wonhyeong) (bunhongsaek) pink purple (burasaek) (choroksaek) green (hoesaek) - gray (orenji) - orange

(wonbbul) - cone (samgakhyeong) - triangle Foods: (bbang)- bread (bap) - rice (cooked) (ssal) - rice (raw) salad (saelleodeu) -

(gamsa hamnida) - a formal thank you thanks (gomawo) -

(gomapta) thank you

(saranghaeyo) - i love you (ne) - yes

(guk) - soup

(sogogi) - beef chicken (dakgogi) -

(podo) - grapes (ddalgi) strawberry carrot (dang-geun) -

(eolgul) - face (son) - hand (meori) - head

(dwaejigogi) pork (yangpa) - onion (sogeum) - salt (ganjang) - soy sauce (sagwa) - apple

(dari) - leg (ko) - nose (ip) - mouth (ibbal) - teeth (hyeo) - tongue (eomji) - thumb

(oi) - cucumber (gamja) - potato Body Parts: (pal) - arm (gwi) - ear

banana

(banana)

(nun) - eye

Alphabet English Equivalent

Extra Points

Examples

An unaspirated k at the beginning of a By unaspirated, I mean that its not word, and a g most pronounced very hard, like the English of the time in the k. middle of words. Made by almost biting on the tongue at n the ends of words, and by placing the tongue behind the top teeth otherwise. Like, , this consonant is like the unaspirated t in English. It is a d in the middle of words. A mixture between the English r and l. When between vowels, it is like a single rolled Spanish r or like the tt in butter in some American dialects. If there are two of them together, it becomes a solid l. m An unaspirated p at the beginning of words, and a b in the middle of words. s In the bottom of syllables, this character is like the English ng without the g sound. At the beginning of syllables, this When coming before the "ee" sound, it becomes an sh.

! ka "Go!"

na "I"

ta "all"

! ka-ra "Go!" tal-li "differently"

mam "heart" pan "half" san "mountain" shi "poem" ing "carp" yng "English"

Alphabet English Equivalent character is just a place marker and has no sound. Unaspirated ch at the beginning of words, j inside words. Strongly aspirated ch. Strongly aspirated k. Strongly aspirated t. Strongly aspirated p.

Extra Points

Examples

cha ruler chaja "Lets sleep" cha "car" kape "Caf" tannae "burnt smell" pae "medal" Almost silent after , , , between vowels. When it comes before or follows, ,, or , it makes the consonants aspirated: , ,, respectively. hae "sun"

There are also a few double consonants that are "forticized." These consonants must be pronounced with more force than their regular counterparts, but without aspiration (this is somewhat difficult, at least for native English speakers). Here are the possible double consonants: Alphabet English Equivalent Extra Points Forticized k. Forticized t. Forticized p. Forticized s. Forticized ch. Examples

Written kk. kka-ch'i "magpie" Written tt. ttal "daughter" Written pp. ppal-li "quickly" Written ss. ssal "uncooked rice" Written tch. tchak "companion"

make them into real syllables): Alphabet English Equivalent Extra Points Examples

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Alphabet

English Equivalent Like the a in father.

Extra Points

Examples a-ga "baby" t "more" pi "blood" o "five" ku "nine"

This best explained as a rounded Like the British augh in low back vowel. It is sometimes caught. pronounced like the u in sun. Like the ee in tee. Like the o in oh but more rounded. Like the oo in boot, but more rounded. Like the u in put. Like the ay in hay. This and the one before it are almost indistinguishable even Koreans cant tell the difference most of the time. We sometimes called this the "gutslash" because it seems to come from the gut.

k "that" pae "boat" che "my"

Like the ay in hay. A combination of and , this sounds like the wa in wand. This is a combination of and, and sounds like the first part of0 "whoa." Like the English "we." Like English "way." Like English "way." Like English "way." A combination of and , this is pronounced like the u in put followed by the ee in tee.

! pwa "look!" ? mw "what?" wi above kwe-do "orbit" ? wae "why?" choe "sin" This syllable is also used as the possessive marker like the "s" in i English. When such is the case, it "righteousness" is pronounced the same as .

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Alphabet

English Equivalent Like the ya sound in yacht. Somewhat similar to the you in young. Like the yo in yo wassup. Like the English you. Like the English yea. Like the ye in yet.

Extra Points

Examples ! ya "hey" yt "taffy" yo "bedspread" u-yu "milk" yae-gi "story" ye "yes"

English Korean Words Hangul Script Sunday Monday Tuesday Thursday Friday Saturday Today Day Night Week Month Year Second Minute Hour Morning Evening eeryoheel wuhryoheel hwa-yoheel mo gyoeel gumyoeel toh yoeel ohnul naht paam chooh wuhl nyuhn cho boohn sih ah-chim chuh-nyuhk

Wednesday sue-yoheel

Yesterday uhdjeh Tomorrow neheel

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English Above / Over After / Past Back / Behind Before / In front of / Forward Between Coordinates Degrees Down East Far Longitude Left Latitude My position is ___. Near North Northeast Northwest Right South Southeast Southwest Straight ahead. Under Up West English 0 Zero 1 One

Korean Expressions wee / wee who / chi-nahn dwee / dwee chuhn / ____ ui ahp / ahp sahee jwa pyo doh ah-reh tong muhli kyung-doh when-chok wee-doh cheh weechinun _______ imneedaa gaa kahp geh book book dong chok book suh chok ohroon chok nahm nahm dong chok nahm suh chok ahpooroh chikdjin ah reh wee suh Korean Numbers Hangul Script Kohng eel

Hangul Script / / / / __ / ____ . .

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English 2 Two 3 Three 4 Four 5 Five 6 Six 7 Seven 8 Eight 9 Nine 10 Ten 11 Eleven 12 Twelve 13 Thirteen 14 Fourteen 15 Fifteen 16 Sixteen 17 Seventeen 18 Eighteen 19 Nineteen 20 Twenty 30 Thirty 40 Forty 50 Fifty 60 Sixty 70 Seventy 80 Eighty 90 Ninety 100 Hundred 1,000 Thousand 10,000 Ten Thousand 1,000,000 Million Plus Minus

Korean Numbers Hangul Script ee sahm saah oh youhk cheel pahl gooh seehp seehbil seehbee seehpsahm seehpsah seehboh seehm youhk seehpcheel seehpal seehpgoo ee seehp sahm seehp sah seehp oh seehp youhk seehp cheel seehp pahl seehp gooh seehp pak chuhn maahn pak maahn tuh hagi pehgi

100,000 Hundred Thousand simmaahn

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English More (than) Less (than) Approximately First Second Third English Colors Black Blue Brown Gray Green Orange Purple Red White Yellow Sizes Big Deep Long Narrow

Korean Numbers Hangul Script duh juhkeh deh-ryak chup buhndjeh doobuhndjeh sehbuhndjeh

Korean Adjectives Hangul Script

comdjung sehk pah rahn sehk kal sehk hweh sehk nok sehk choohwang sehk pohrah sehk pahlgahn sehk hayahn sehk nohrahn sehk koodaa keehpdaa kildaa chohpdaa

. . . . . . . . . . . .

Short (in height) chahkdaa Short (in length) chalpdaa Small, little Tall Thick Thin Wide Shapes Round chahkdaa koodaa gooltaa yaltaa nultaa doonguldaa

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English Straight Square Triangular English Tastes Bitter Fresh Salty Sour Spicy Sweet Qualities Bad Clean Dark Difficult Dirty Dry Easy Empty Expensive Fast Foreign Full Good Hard (firm) Heavy Inexpensive Light (weight) Local New

Korean Adjectives Hangul Script gohtaa . sahgahkyung sahmgahk Korean Hangul Adjectives

suedaa shinsunhadaa chah daa shi daa map daa dahl daa nahpoodaa kehkootahdaa uhdooptaa uhryuptaa duhruptah gundjohadaa shipdaa pidaa pisahdaa paroodaa wehgookui chadaa chotaa mooguptaa sadaa kapyuptaa chiyuk sehrohwoon

. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .

tahn dahn hadaa .

Light (illumination) chundeung

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English Noisy

Korean Hangul Adjectives sihkooruhwoon . . . .

Old (about things) ohrehdwehdaa Powerful Quiet Right / Correct Slow Soft Very Weak Wet Wrong / Incorrect Young Quantities Few / Little Many / Much Part Some / A few Whole kanghadaa choyonghadaa mahtsumnidaa

Old (about people) naheegah duldaa .

chuhn chuhn hee poohdoorupdaa . ahdjoo yahkadaa chuhtaa tuleedaa chumtaa chokum mahnee pooboon chokumui chuncheh . . . .

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Korean Vocabulary

To Save this Page Press (CTRL D) or E-mail this Page! Free Translation English Animals Bear Bird Cat Cow Dog Fish Horse Monkey Mouse Pig Sheep Adjectives Angry Bad Beautiful Cheap Clean Cold Different Difficult Early Easy Friendly Good Heavy Important Korean Hangul dong mur jo ryu go yang i am so ya gae mul go gi mar meong ki ma u seu dwae ji yang English Korean Hangul

Body Parts ba di bu pum Arm Back Chest Ear Eye Face Finger Fingers Foot Hair Hand Head par dwi ro ga seum gwi nun eol gur son ga rag son ga rag bar du bar son meo ri sim jang da ri ib mog ko ga eo kkae wi jang i ppar hyeo chi a ya gaek che yok sir chim dae chim sir

bu dam ha da

hyeong yong sa Heart hwa nan jal mot doen jeo ryeom han cheong so cha ga un da reun eo ryeo un il jjig swi un chin jeor joh da mu geo un jung yo Objects Bathroom Bed Bedroom Leg Mouth Neck Nose Shoulder Stomach Teeth Tongue Tooth

a reum da un

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English Married Natural Nice Open Polite Poor Rich Sad Simple Slow Small Sweet Tall Warm Well Worse Worst Wrong

Korean Hangul gyeol hon ja yeon hul lyung han yeol gi ye ui ga nan han ri chi seul peun dan sun neu ri da jak ge dal kom han nop eun tta tteut han jar ak hwa choe ag jal mot doen More Words

English Ceiling Chair Clothes Coat Cup Desk Dress Floor Fork Furniture Glass Hat House Ink Jacket Kitchen Knife Lamp

Korean Hangul cheon jang ui ja os ko teu keob de seu keu bok jang ba dag po keu ga gu yu ri mo ja jib ing keu jae kis bu eok raem peu pyeon ji More Words

kar i ye yo

Check Below For

Letter Check Below For

To Save this Page Press (CTRL D) or E-mail this Page! Free Translation English Korean Hangul gi tadan eo mi sur chaeg sa jeon ji ri yeok sa su hag eum ag gwa hag English Map Newspaper Notebook Pants Paper Pen Pencil Pharmacy Picture Korean Hangul ji do sin mun no teu ba ji jong i pen yeon pir yak hag geu rim

Miscellaneous Words Art Book Dictionary Geography History Math Music Science

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English Bank Beach By bicycle By bus By car By train Cafe Country Desert Flowers Football Forest Game Garden House Island Lake Library Mountain Movies Ocean Office On foot Player River Sea Soccer Supermarket

Korean

Hangul eun haeng hae byeon

English Plate Refrigerator

Korean T -

ja jeon geo ro Restaurant beo seu cha ro cheol do ka pe guk ga sa mag kkoc mi sigchuk gu san rim ge im ga deun jib seom ho su do seo gwan san yeong hwa o syeon o pi seu do bo peul le i eo gang ba da Food Roof Room Rug Scissors Shampoo Shirt Shoes Soap Socks Spoon Table Toilet Toothbrush Toothpaste Towel T-shirt Umbrella Underwear Wall Wallet Window

Hangul peul le i teu naeng jang go sik dang ji bung bang kkal gae ga wi syam pu syeo cheu sin bar bi nu yang mar sut ga rag tak ja hwa jang sir chit sor chi yag ta wor neun syeo cheu u san sog os byeog ji gab chang eum sig sa gwa sal gu ba na na ppang 20

Swimming pool Theater

chuk gu Apple syu peo ma Apricot kes su yeong jang Banana geuk jang Bread

English Tree

Korean

Hangul na mu

English Breakfast Butter

Korean

Hangul a chim sik sa beo teo kaen di kae ros chi jeu dalg di jeo teu jeo nyeog mul go gi eum sig gwa ir

Verbs To arrive To ask To be To become To begin To break To bring To build To burn To buy To call To choose To clean To close To come To cut To dance To do To dream To drink

dong sa do chag

Candy Carrot

mur eo bo go Cheese harye jeong Chicken in i doe giwi hae Dessert seo neun si jak ha ryeo myeon bu su reurwi hae seo bil deu ha ryeo myeon re ko ding ha ryeo myeon ju mun ha ryeo myeon tong hwa ha ryeo myeon seon taek ha ryeo myeon kkae kkeut han dad eu ryeo myeon o se yo keot ha ryeo myeon chum eur ma ha ryeo myeon kkum eurwi hae ma si ryeo myeon Dinner Fish Food Fruit Grapes Ice cream Lamb Lemon Lunch Meal Meat Onion Orange Pork Potato Salad

po do na mu a i seu keu rim yang go gi re mon jeom sim sik sa sik sa go gi yang pa o ren ji dwae ji go gi gam ja sael leo deu

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English To eat To fall To find To forget To get To go To hear To help To kiss To know To laugh To learn To like To live To look To love To make To mean To meet To need To open To play To push

Korean

Hangul sik sa reur ga eur chat gi

English Salt Sandwich Sausage Soup Sugar Supper Turkey Vegetables

Korean

Hangul sol teu saen deu wi chi so si ji su peu seol tang man chan teo ki ya chae

ij eu ryeo go reureod eu ryeo myeon i dong ha ryeo myeon dadeur eu ... ryeo myeon do um mal ha ryeo myeon ki seu ha go al gosip eu si myeon us eum eur ar a bo giwi hae seo neun ma eum e sal giwi hae seo chaj eu ryeo myeon sa rang eurwi hae hwag in ha ryeo myeon tteus eu ro

People Aunt Baby Brother Cousin Daughter Dentist Doctor Father

sa ram deur go mo a gi hyeong je sa chon ttar chi gwa ui sa dak teo a beo ji son nyeo har a beo ji hal meo ni son ja nam pyeon

reurchung jok Granddaughter si ki giwi hae pir yo Grandfather

yeol giwi hae Grandmother seo neun jae saeng ha Grandson ryeo myeon mir eo Husband

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English To read To remember To return To run To say To see To sell To send To sit To sleep To speak To take To talk To teach To tell To think To understand To wait To want To work

Hangul ilg eu ryeo myeon gi eok ha giwi hae bok gwi ha ryeo myeon sil haeng ha ryeo myeon mar eul ha ryeo myeon bo giwi hae seo neun pan mae ha ryeo myeon jeon song ha ryeo myeon anj a

Korean

English Mother Nephew Niece Nurse Policeman Postman Professor Son Teacher

Korean

Hangul eo meo ni jo ka jo ka gan ho sa gyeong chal gwan u pyeon jip bae won gyo su nim a deur seon saeng sam chon a nae

jam ja ri e Uncle tong hwa ha Wife ryeo myeon bad a ha ryeo myeon to keu ga reu chyeo mal sseumdeu ri myeon saeng gag eur i hae ha giwi hae seo neun jam kkan ha ryeo myeon won ha da ir eul ha ryeo myeon

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