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How to say these sentences in informal polite form? I'm using the following sentences to understand the grammatical structure of Korean but I can't find a reliable Korean translation for these in the **informal polite** form. Can someone translate these sentences into the **informal polite** form? The apple is red. It is John's apple. I give John the apple. We give him the apple. He gives it to John. She gives it to him. Is the apple red? The apples are red. I must give it to him. I want to give it to her. I'm going to know tomorrow. I have eaten the apple. I can't eat the apple.
Jul 27, 2014 9:35 PM
Answers · 8
The apple is red. 사과는 빨갛다. It is John's apple. 그건 존의 사과야. I give John the apple. 내가 존에게 사과를 준다. We give him the apple. 우리가 그에게 사과를 줬어. He gives it to John. 그가 존에게 사과를 준다. She gives it to him. 그녀가 그것을 그에게 준다. Is the apple red? 사과는 빨갛니? The apples are red. 그 사과들은 빨개. I must give it to him. 내가 그에게 꼭 그것을 줘야해. I want to give it to her. 내가 그녀에게 그것을 주기를 원해. I'm going to know tomorrow. 난 내일이면 알거야. I have eaten the apple. 내가 사과를 먹었어. I can't eat the apple. 난 사과를 못 먹어.
July 28, 2014
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