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hey.someone can tell me some korean words or sentences for fun?:P  can u say something  in korean? for example: i love u -sarang hae,... please....?thax
Aug 14, 2008 10:08 AM
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 uups i wanted to reply to faezfeli, srry^^
September 17, 2008
hi joonsoo,

as far as i know in formal speech you have verb endings like:

-습니다... e.g. 먹습니다, 옵니다...

-요... e.g. 먹어요, 와요...

someone who is above you in society may also use these forms while talking to you:

-네... e.g. 한국에 가네 in a statement
-나... e.g. 비가 오나? for questions
-게... as imperative

for informal speech you simply drop the ending -요:

덥다 : to be hot
polite versions: 덥니다 & 더워요
informal: 더워

so you only take the converbalform of the infinitve before adding -요

hope that helps
September 17, 2008
i notice this is sort of unformal speech right ?How can i diffrentiate the formal speech and unformal speech
September 17, 2008
죽인다 can also mean "it's f*cking great." as a slang.  

Woo-ri sah-ee-eh moo-seun : another way of saying You're welcome in a funny way(*usually between girls)
It implies "You don't need to say that in our relationship." If a boy is trying to pick up a girl, he could say it.
September 6, 2008
lol...nice ..thanks for the phrases..i'm goin to write it down..kasahamida!~

August 31, 2008
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Hurdlewoman
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Chinese (Mandarin), English, Korean, Lithuanian, Russian, Spanish
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