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Grammar In Korean How do I say in Korean: -> I wish • I wish I was intelligent. • I wish I could eat Kimchi. • I wish I lived in Seoul. -> If I were • If I were rich, I would travel around the world. • If I were pretty. I would be a model. Thank you very much for helping me! =D
Mar 17, 2014 2:57 AM
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*I wish "내가 ~하다면 좋을텐데" I wish I was intelligent "내가 똑똑하다면 좋을텐데!" I wish I could eat Kimchi "내가 김치를 먹을수 있다면 좋을텐데!" I wish I lived in Seoul "내가 서울에 산다면 좋을텐데!" *If I were 내가 ~ 라면 If I were rich, I would travel around the world. "내가 부자라면, 전세계를 여행할텐데!" If I were pretty, I would be a model. "내가 예쁘다면, 모델이 될텐데!" I wish, It could be helpful to you!
March 17, 2014
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