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Friday, January 14, 2011

~ Mari Belajar Bahasa Korea ~


Let's Learn Hangul ~


Hello semuaa.....hari nie nk jd ckigu skejap...haha
saje2 nk kongsi ngn korang...mesti ada yg tertarik nk blajar bahasa korea kan???
ngaku la...xnak ngaku diam2...sssshh
kpd yg berminat jom layan perkataan di bwh nie...

1. for beginners:
안녕 하세요 (read: an nyung ha se yo)
mean = Good morning / afternoon / evening / night
* In general, also used to say hello and ask how a person. So the same function with the greeting / greeting ordinary (greetings).

안녕 하십니까 (read: an nyong ha sip ni ka)
mean = same as above, only this one is more formal usage.
* Intended to people who are older and respected, such as bosses, teachers, presidents, etc..

어디 사세요? (Read: oh sa seyo?)
mean = Where do you live?

좀 도와 드릴까요? (Read: Jom do deu real wa ka yo?)
mean = Can I help you?

진심 입니까? (Read: jin shim ni im KKA?)
mean = You're serious?

사랑 해요. (Read: war sa hae yo)
means = I Love You
* I think this sentence favorite and most often memorized by Kpop lovers, deh ^ ^

무서워요? (Read: so wo yo mu?)
mean = You're scared you?
* The fear here is more definition to something that makes us shiver of fear, for example: ghost, syringes, or even a parent dimarahin hehehehe ^ ^

몇 살 이세요? (Read: myot sal i ye yo?)
mean = How old are you?
* In Korea asks that age is not unusual. Because they can determine what should be summoned to the person concerned. What would be called Onnie, Nuna, Hyung, or Dongsaeng.

어디서 공부 하세요? (Read: oh so gong bu ha se yo?)
mean = You're a school where? or it could also mean you learn where?

이름 이 뭐에요? (Read: i reum i MWO ye yo?)
mean = What is your name?

누구 세요? (Read: nu gu se yo?)
mean = Who are you?

맛있게 드세요! (Read: mat shi ge deu se yo)
mean = enjoy (food)



2. for intermidate learn

김치 좀 더 주세요? (Read: kim chi Jom do ju se yo)
mean = Can not add kimchinya?
* Hehehe, ya hungry?

나 매력 있어요? (Read: i sso ryok mae na yo?)
mean = ga think I'm cute?
* Hihihihi, narcissistic little so-so yes

집에 가고 싶습니다. (Read: jib e ka ni da go ship museum)
means = I want to go home or I want to go / return to home

저녁 에 만나요! (Read: jon Nyok e man na yo)
means = I'll see you tonight

내일 거기서 만나요! (Read: nae il so gi ko man na yo)
mean = See you tomorrow

오늘 날씨 가 참 좋다. (Read: o neul nal ta shi ga chamber jho)
mean = weather today is sunny

일본말 잘해요. (Read: il bon mal hae yo jal)
means = I can speak Japanese

시간 이 별로 없어요. (Read: shi gan i ro ob byol so yo)
mean = We do not have much time

어디 에 가세요? (Read: oh in e ka se yo?)
mean = Want to go?

난 널 영원히 사랑해! (Read: zero nan yong won hi sa hae yo now)
means = I love you forever
* Hmmm, so the sentence immediately mainstay ya make love letters, hehehehe ^ ^

영어 하실 수 있어요? (Read: yong ha sil o su i sso yo?)
mean = You speak English?

음식 이 맛있었 어요? (Read: Eum shik i mashit sso sso yo?)
mean = Do you like food?

3. for intermedite 2
넌 내게 가장 소중한 친구야. (Read: non naega who so jung han ka gu chin yes)
mean = You are my best friend

커피 한 잔 드릴까요? (Read: co pi real deu han jan ka yo?)
mean = Do you want to drink a cup of coffee?

당신 은 너무 다정 해요! (Read: no mu tang shin eun jong ta hae yo!)
mean = My goodness, you really sweet hell!
* Send this to a gebetan sentence that not understand the Korean language, he secured the confusion! hehehe

아야! 머리 를 부딪쳤어요. (Read: a yes! Mo ri reul bu in chot uh yo)
mean = Ouch! My head banged!
* Uh, definitely sick ...

핸드폰 을 꺼주 십시오. (Read: Haen deu pound the ship eul ju koh o)
Please turn off handphonemu mean = yes

조용히 하세요! (Read: hi jo yong ha se yo!)
mean = Please shut up!
* But if this way do not be stern-stern yes, later presumed ga polite. Hehehe

저를 따라 오세요. (Read: jo reul ta ra o se yo)
mean = Come with me.

당신 의 잘못 이 아니 에요. (Read: tang shin jal mot nye he ni e yo)
mean = It's not your fault.

좀 도와 주세요. (Read: Jom do wa ju se yo)
mean = Help me or I Bantuin dong.

오늘 은 저의 생일 입니다. (Read: o neu renjo Saeng il ye im ni da)
mean = Today ulangtahunku
* Hayo, KI reader today is the birthday?

나는 불고기 를 좋아해요. (Read: na neun bul go gi reul cho a hae yo)
means = I like (eating) Bulgogi.
* Bulgogi is Korean food made of beef, there's already been tried?

시간 이 바로 돈입니다. (Read: shi gan i ni ba ro im da don)
mean = Time is money

This is the 12 sentences that yesterday I promised continued .. hehe
몸이 좋지 않아요. (Read: mom i jho ji an a yo)
means = I'm not feeling well, here or I feel less fit.

농담 이에요. (Read: dam i nong ye yo)
means = I'm just kidding.

오랜만 입니다. (Read: o raen man im ni da)
mean = Lama is not met.

저는 선생님 입니다. (Read: neun jo son Saeng NIM im ni da)
means = I was a teacher.

후식 은 뭐죠? (Read: eun MWO jyo sik hu?)
mean = Food washing his mouth what, ya?

들어오 세요. (Read: deu ro o se yo)
mean = Go.

춤 추실래요? (Read: Chum chu re sil yo?)
mean = Will you dance?

나한테 거짓말 했어요? (Read: te han na go mal hae sso JIT yo?)
mean = You bohongin me?

계산서 좀 주시겠어요? (Read: so num JHU Gye san shi sso get yo?)
mean = Can I ask bill / receipt of payment?

그녀 는 너무 수 줍다. (Read: nyo neun geu mu no su Jop ta)
mean = He (she) is very shy.

감사 합니다, 하느님. (Read: kam sa ham ni da, ha neu NIM)
mean = Thank you, Lord.

벌써 식사 하셨어요? (Read: bol so sik sa yo ha sso ssyot?)
mean = You've already eaten?

*So do not waste your time huh guys...
Learn Korean language from now on ^_^

I like you the best