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Sophia Kim
Studying Korean! How do you say these sentences? I wanted to ask a bulk amount of sentences through which i can talk and communicate better. I can read however, I understand very less. What would you suggest be the best way to understand sentences faster? and how do you say these in Hangul? (no need for romanization) - So much to do in so little time. - Stop this public display of affection (as a joke) - You should seriously stop. - Is it just me or it's just really hot? - There's so much going through my head. - You grew up too fast. Slow down. - I'll be supporting you no matter what. - I recently bought a/an (item) - How is it? - I think i'm having a heart attack soon. - I'm freezing to death. - Too much to handle. - His smile is brighter than my future. - How do you handle to stay calm? - Perhaps, is there any (item) here? - Sorry for the misunderstanding. - I'm here whenever you need a friend. Sorry for a lot of questions and thank you!also, "I wish I could be ______"
10 янв. 2016 г., 12:39
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- So much to do in so little time. 시간은 없는데 할 일은 이렇게 많네. - Stop this public display of affection. 사람들 많은 데서 이렇게 (진한) 애정 표시 하지 마. - You should seriously stop. 정말 그만둬 / 정말인데 그러지 마. - Is it just me or it's just really hot? 내 느낌이 그런가, 이니면 정말 너무 더운 건가? - There's so much going through my head. (내) 마음에 상념이 가득해 / 마음이 아주 복잡해. - You grew up too fast. Slow down. 넌 너무 빨리 자란다. 속도 좀 줄여. - I'll be supporting you no matter what. 무슨 일이 있어도 널 도울게. - I recently bought a/an (item) (난) 얼마 전에 을 하나 샀어. - How is it? (이건/그건) 어떄? / 어떤 거 같아? - I think i'm having a heart attack soon. 곧 심장마비(가) 올 것 같아 / 곧 심장이 멈출 것 같아. - I'm freezing to death. (나) 추워 죽겠다 / 이러다 동사하겠다. - Too much to handle. 할 게 너무 많네 / 손이 딸리네. - His smile is brighter than my future. 그 사람 미소가 내 미래보다 밝아. - How do you handle to stay calm? 어떻게 냉정을 유지하니? - Perhaps, is there any (item) here? 혹시, 여기 (이) 있나요? - Sorry for the misunderstanding. 오해해서 미안해요. - I'm here whenever you need a friend. (네게) 친구가 필요할 땐 내가 항상 여기 있어. - I wish I could be . 이 될 수 있으면 좋겠다 / <>가 된다면 얼마나 좋을까?
10 января 2016 г.
Sophia Kim
Language Skills
English, Korean
Learning Language
Korean