English Greetings

Hi!
Good morning!
Good evening!
Welcome! (to greet someone)
How are you?
I'm fine, thanks!
And you?
Good/ So-So.
Thank you (very much)!
You're welcome! (for "thank you")
Hey! Friend!
I missed you so much!
What's new?
Nothing much
Good night!
See you later!
Good bye!

Korean Greetings:
An-yŏng-ha-se-yo. 안녕하세요
An-yŏng-hi ju-mu-shŏ-ssŏ-yo? /
An-nyŏng-ha-se-yo? (polite)
안녕히 주무셨어요? 안녕하세요?
Shik-sa-ha-shŏ-ssŏ-yo? / Annyŏng-ha-shŏ-ssŏ-yo? (polite)
식사하셨어요? 안녕하세요?
Hwan-yŏng-ham-ni-da. 환영합니
다.
Chal ji-nae-shŏ-ssŏ-yo? 잘 지내셨
어요?
Ne. Chal ji-nae-ssŏ-yo. 네. 잘 지냈
어요.
… ŭ-nyo/nŭ-nyo? *1 Title+ 은/는
요?
Chal ji-nae-ssŏ-yo. / Kŭ-jŏ kŭ-raeyo.
잘 지냈어요. / 그저 그래요.
(Nŏ-mu) kam-sa-ham-ni-da! (너
무) 감사합니다!
A-ni-e-yo. 아니에요.
Ya! Ch'in-gu! (informal) 야! 친구!
Nŏ-mu po-go shi-p'ŏ-ssŏ-yo. 너무
보고 싶었어요.
Pyŏl-li-ri ŏp-ssŭ-shŏ-ssŏ-yo? 별일
이 없으셨어요?
Ne. ŏp-ssŏ-ssŏ-yo. 네. 없었어요.
An-yŏng-hi ju-mu-se-yo! 안녕히 주
무세요!
Na-jung-e bwae-yo! 나중에 봬요!
An-nyŏng-hi ga-se-yo! / An-nyŏnghi ge-se-yo! *2
안녕히 가세요! /or/ 안녕히 계세요!

Asking for Help and Directions
I'm lost
Can I help you?
Can you help me?
Where is the (bathroom/
pharmacy)?
Go straight! then turn left/ right!

Ki-rŭl i-rŏ-bŏ-ryŏ-ssŏ-yo. 길을 잃
어버렸어요.
Mu-ŏ-sŭl do-wa-dŭ-ril-kka-yo? 무
엇을 도와 드릴까요?
Chom to-wa-ju-shil ssu i-ssŭ-shina-yo?
좀 도와주실 수 있으시나요?
(Hwa-jang-shil/yak-kuk)-i ŏ-di-yeyo?
(화장실/약국)이 어디예요?
Tchuk ka-se-yo! Kŭ da-ŭ-me
woen/o-rŭn tcho-gŭ-ro jom ga-seyo.

잔이란 사람을 찾고 있습니다. Yŏ-gi-ga cho-ŭ-se-yo? 여기가 좋으 세요? Han-gu-gŭn dae-dan-han na-ra- .! (to ask for something) Excuse me! ( to pass by) Come with me! 쭉 가세요! 그 다음에 왼/오른 쪽으로 좀 가세요. 저는 (미국/한국)에서 살아요../ Mrs.S/ Korea) I'm (American) Where do you live? I live in (the U. 조금요.S/ Korea) Did you like it here? Korea is a wonderful country Yŏng-ŏ/han-gu-gŏ hal jul a-seyo? 영어/한국어 할 줄 아세요? Cho-gŭ-myo.. *3 선 생님/ 사모님 (Mrs. What's your name? My name is . Sŏn-saeng-nim/sa-mo-nim.) Man-na-sŏ ban-gap-ssŭm-ni-da! 만나서 반갑습니다! Nŏ-mu ch'in-jŏ-ra-shi-ne-yo! 너무 친절하시네요! Ŏ-di-sŏ o-shiŏ-ssŏ-yo? 어디서 오셨 어요? Chŏ-nŭn (mi-guk/han-guk)-e-sŏ wa-ssŏ-yo. 저는 ____이에 요. Tta-ra o-se-yo! 따라 오세요! How to Introduce Yourself Do you speak (English/ Korean)? Just a little. Cha-ni-ran sa-ra-mŭl ch'at-ko-issŭm-ni-da.. Ŏ-di sa-se-yo? 어디 사세요? Chŏ-nŭn (mi-guk/han-guk)-e-sŏ sa-ra-yo. I-rŭ-mi ŏ-ttŏ-k'e dwoe-se-yo? 이름 이 어떻게 되세요? Chŏ-nŭn_____i-e-yo.…/ Miss… Nice to meet you! You're very kind! Where are you from? I'm from (the U. 저는 (미국인)이에요. One moment please! Hold on please! (phone) How much is this? Excuse me . 저는 (미국/한국) 에서 왔어요...I'm looking for john. Mr.. 실례하 겠습니다. Chŏ-nŭn (mi-gu-gin)-i-e-yo. Cham-kkan-ma-nyo! 잠깐만요! Cham-shi-ma-nyo! 잠시만요! I-ge ŏl-ma-ye-yo? 이게 얼마예요? Shil-le-ji-man… 실례지만… Shil-le-ha-ge-ssŭm-ni-da.

금방 갔다 올께요. 언젠가는 한국에 가고 싶어요. 잔한테 안부를 전해주세요..) I'd like to visit Korea one day Say hi to John for me Bless you (when sneezing) Good night and sweet dreams! Solving a Misunderstanding I'm Sorry! (if you don't hear Hang-u-nŭl bim-ni-da! 행운을 빕니 다! Sang-il ch'u-k'a-ham-ni-da! 생일 축하합니다! Sae-hae-bok ma-ni pa-dŭ-se-yo! 새해복 많이 받으세요! Me-ri k'ŭ-ri-sŭ-ma-sŭ! 메리 크리 스마스! Ch'u-k'a-dŭ-rim-ni-da! 축하드립니 다! Ma-ni dŭ-se-yo! 많이 드세요! Ŏn-jen-ga-nŭn han-gu-ge ka-go shi-p'ŏ-yo. 한국어 공부 시작한 지 한 달이 되었어 요.. Chŏ-nŭn han-gu-gŏ-ga cho-a-yo. 가봐야 돼요. I have to go I will be right back! im-ni-da. 저는 한국어가 좋아요. (No reaction. thirty. Kŭm-bang ga-tta ol-kke-yo.. 직장은 (번역자/사업가)입니다. U-wa! Cho-ŭ-ne-yo! 우와! 좋으네 요! Na-i-ga ŏ-ttŏ-k'e dwoe-se-yo? 나 이가 어떻게 되세요? Chŏ-nŭn (sŭ-mu/sŏ-rŭn)-sa-ri-eyo. 저는 (스무/서른)살이에요. Han-gu-gŏ gong-bu shi-ja-k'an ji han da-ri dwoe-ŏ-ssŏ-yo. Wish Someone Something Good luck! Happy birthday! Happy new year! Merry Christmas! Congratulations! Enjoy! (for meals. Cha-nan-t'e an-bu-rŭl chŏ-nae-juse-yo. as if nothing happened) Dwae-ji-kkum kku-se-yo! 돼지꿈 꾸세요! Mwŏ-ra-go-yo? 뭐라고요? .) years old. 한국은 대단한 나라입니다. Ka-bwa-ya dwoe-yo.What do you do for a living? I work as a (translator/ businessman) I like Korean I've been learning Korean for 1 month Oh! That's good! How old are you? I'm (twenty. Chik-tchang-ŭn ŏ-ttŏ-k'e dwoe-seyo? 직장은 어떻게 되세요? Chik-tchang-ŭn (pŏ-nyŏk-tcha/saŏp-kka)-im-ni-da..

네/아니요. A-ni-e-yo. 전혀 모 르겠어요.something) Sorry (for a mistake) No Problem! Can You Say It Again? Can You Speak Slowly? Write It Down Please! I Don't Understand! I Don't Know! I Have No Idea. Mo-rŭ-ge-ssŏ-yo. 모르겠어요./ 그저 그래요. I need to practice my Korean Don't worry! Korean Expressions and Words Good/ Bad/ So-So. What's That Called In Korean? What Does "gato" Mean In English? How Do You Say "Please" In Korean? What Is This? My Korean is bad./An-jo-a-yo. A-ch'i-me/Chŏ-nyŏ-ge/Pa-me 아침 에/저녁에/밤에 I-gŏt/Kŭ-gŏt. Kŏk-tchŏng ma-se-yo! 걱정 마세요! Cho-a-yo. 배고파요. 못 알아 듣겠어요. Yŏ-gi/Kŏ-gi. Here/There Choe-song-ham-ni-da. K'ŭn/Cha-gŭn *4 큰/작은 O-nŭl/Chi-gŭm 오늘/지금 Nae-il/Ŏ-je 내일/어제 Ne/A-ni-yo. / 목말라요. Kŭ-gŏt han-gung-mal-lo mwŏ-rago hae-yo? 그것 한국말로 뭐라고 해요? Da-nŭn yŏng-ŏ-ro mu-sŭn ttŭ-shie-yo? ”단”은 영어로 무슨 뜻이에요? “Please”rŭl han-gung-mal-lo ŏ-ttŏk'e ma-rae-yo? “Please”를 한국말로 어떻게 말해요? I-ge mwŏ-ye-yo? 이게 뭐예요? Chŏ-nŭn han-gung-mal chal-mot'ae-yo. 아니에요. Han-gung-mal yŏn-sŭ-p'ae-ya dwoe-yo. *5 이것/ ./Mong-mal-la-yo./안 좋아요. 죄송합니다. 좋아요. Big/ Small Today/ Now Tomorrow/ Yesterday Yes/ No Here you go! (when giving something) Do you like it? I really like it! I'm hungry/ thirsty. 저는 한국말 잘못 해요. 한국말 연습해야 돼요. In The Morning/ Evening/ At Night. This/ That./Kŭ-jŏ kŭ-raeyo. Yŏ-gi-yo! 여기요! Kwaen-ch'a-na-yo? 괜찮아요? Nŏ-mu cho-a-yo! 너무 좋아요! Pae-go-p'a-yo. Chŏ-nyŏ mo-rŭ-ge-ssŏ-yo. Ta-shi han-bŏn mal-ssŭ-mae-jushi-ge-ssŏ-yo? 다시 한번 말씀해주시겠어요? Ch'ŏn-ch'ŏ-ni mal-ssŭ-mae ju-shige-ssŏ-yo? 천천히 말씀해 주시겠어요? Chŏ-gŏ ju-se-yo! 적어 주세요! Mo-na-ra-dŭt-kke-ssŏ-yo.

고우진 씨 – Mr. 열 *1: And You? (This is somewhat difficult to say. Three Four. 여기/거기 Chŏ/. Il.) Title+ 은/ 는요? (은 if it ends in a consonant. 저것/ 저기 저 *6: Sino-Korean Counting (minutes. 륙/ Seven. ta-sŏt. 삼 / or / 하나. 아홉. 구. Two.” so you have to know which title to use. 팔. Nine. 오. 아홉. Three: 일. Kŭ-bun/Kŭ-bun 저/title 그 분/ 그분 Chŏng-mal-lyo? 정말요? Po-se-yo! 보세요! Sŏ-du-rŭ-se-yo! 서두르세요! Mwŏ-yo? Ŏ-di-yo? 뭐요? 어디요? Myŏ-sshi-ye-yo? 몇시예요? Yŏl-sshi-ye-yo. Ten: 칠. counting objects. 일곱시 반이에요. 이. unlike English) Mr. a-hop. Give me this! I love you! I feel sick. 십Pure Korean Counting (hours. 십/ or/ 일곱. Ko Ujin. 둘.: 선생님/ Ma’am: 사모님/ Teacher: 선생님/ General name follower: 씨 (ex. Sa-rang-hae-yo! 사랑해요! A-p'a-yo. yŏl 칠.Me/ You. 륙/ or/ 넷. Nine. 열시예요. etc. i. 다섯. Won): One. 는 iif it ends in a vowel. 여덜. people. Eight. Six: 넷. Six: 사. 삼/ Four. 셋/ Four. Five. Ten: 일곱. Three: 하나. Him/ Her. Really! Look! Hurry up! What? Where? What time is it? It's 10 o'clock. Five. set *6 일. Nine. Il-gop-sshi ba-ni-eyo. 둘. Ten 그것. 열 . Five. Eight. Six Seven. 여섯 Ch'il. 이. 여덜. ship / il-gop.. Two. I-gŏt ju-se-yo! 이것 주세요! . 아파요.)/Miss: 아가씨. Koreans don’t use “you. 셋 Sa.. Ŭi-sa-ga p'i-ryo-hae-yo. Two. 07:30pm. 의사가 필 요해요.)*2: If the other person is leaving: 안녕히 가세요! If you are leaving and the other person is staying: 안녕히 계세요!!*3: Titles (Always follow the name. 팔. 구. sam / ha-na. yŏ-dŏl. tul.. 여섯/ Seven.*5: That over there/ Over there. 다섯.): One. o.**4: Adjectives are placed before nouns. seconds. p'al. 오. ryuk / net. Eight. I need a doctor One. yŏ-sŏt 사. ku.

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