Ariana
What to respond to "한국어 열심히하세요"? Many times when I say I study korean people respond with 열심히하세요 or 한국어 열심히하세요, but i'm never sure how to respond in the correct way to "한국어 열심히하세요" Thank you!
Dec 1, 2014 3:46 PM
Answers · 3
At that time, you can say " 감사합니다 :)" umm.. "한국어 열심히하세요" It seems to look like imperative sentence, but this connote "cheer you on korean study". so.. next time when you heard it than you just say "Thank you! I hope that your study or work go into orbit :)" I'm not good at english but I tried :p
December 2, 2014
you say "감사합니다" which means "Thank You". "한국어 열심히하세요" is like saying they are cheering you on in your korean study. Its like saying "work hard on korean!" but in a way to motivate you.
December 3, 2014
At that time, you can say " 감사합니다 :)" umm.. "한국어 열심히하세요" It seems to look like imperative sentence, but this connote "cheer you on korean study". so.. next time when you heard it than you just say "Thank you! I hope that your study or work go into orbit :)" I'm not good at english but I tried :p
December 1, 2014
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Ariana
Language Skills
Dutch, English, Korean
Learning Language
Korean