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Choi Sun Hee
How can i say.. "i love to hear you sing" and "please sing for me" in korean? kamsa hamnida!
Nov 19, 2009 4:10 PM
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" i love to hear your sing" this sentence speak to Korean "나는 당신(의) 노래(를) 듣는게 좋아요" or "난 당신 노래 듣는게 좋아요" = naneun dangsin(ui) norae(reul) deunneunge joayo n (의),(를) are a postpositional word. say to Korean "조사(josa)". 조사( a postpositional word) is able to omit when speaking than writing. love = 사랑,사랑해(saranghae) , like = 좋아,좋아해(joahae) but most people use "좋아(like)" than "사랑해(love) in this situation. "please sing for me" speak to KOrean "나를 위해 노래를 불러주세요" = nareul wihae noraereul bulleojuseyo or "날 위해 노랠 불러주세요" = nal wihae norael bulleojuseyo "날" is abbreviation of "나를" also "노랠" is abbreviation of "노래를".
November 23, 2009
Choi Sun Hee
Language Skills
English, Korean
Learning Language
Korean