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24 [twenty-four]

Appointment

Appointment

24 [ventiquattro]

Appuntamento

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Did you miss the bus? H-i-pers- l-a---b--? H__ p____ l_________ H-i p-r-o l-a-t-b-s- -------------------- Hai perso l’autobus? 0
I waited for you for half an hour. T- -o as-e---t--per -----ora. T_ h_ a________ p__ m________ T- h- a-p-t-a-o p-r m-z-’-r-. ----------------------------- Ti ho aspettato per mezz’ora. 0
Don’t you have a mobile / cell phone (am.) with you? N-- hai-----te u- -e-lular-? N__ h__ c__ t_ u_ c_________ N-n h-i c-n t- u- c-l-u-a-e- ---------------------------- Non hai con te un cellulare? 0
Be punctual next time! L-------i-a volta-----pu--ual-! L_ p_______ v____ s__ p________ L- p-o-s-m- v-l-a s-i p-n-u-l-! ------------------------------- La prossima volta sii puntuale! 0
Take a taxi next time! L- p-os-i-- ---ta ---nd---n-taxi! L_ p_______ v____ p_____ u_ t____ L- p-o-s-m- v-l-a p-e-d- u- t-x-! --------------------------------- La prossima volta prendi un taxi! 0
Take an umbrella with you next time! L---ros---- volt----e-di-u--o--re--o! L_ p_______ v____ p_____ u_ o________ L- p-o-s-m- v-l-a p-e-d- u- o-b-e-l-! ------------------------------------- La prossima volta prendi un ombrello! 0
I have the day off tomorrow. D-m--i-so-- -ib---. D_____ s___ l______ D-m-n- s-n- l-b-r-. ------------------- Domani sono libero. 0
Shall we meet tomorrow? Ci-ved--mo-d-m-n-? C_ v______ d______ C- v-d-a-o d-m-n-? ------------------ Ci vediamo domani? 0
I’m sorry, I can’t make it tomorrow. M- -----a--- -om-ni no- po-so. M_ d________ d_____ n__ p_____ M- d-s-i-c-, d-m-n- n-n p-s-o- ------------------------------ Mi dispiace, domani non posso. 0
Do you already have plans for this weekend? H-- gi- p--gr------e- -u--t- f--e s-t-i--n-? H__ g__ p________ p__ q_____ f___ s_________ H-i g-à p-o-r-m-i p-r q-e-t- f-n- s-t-i-a-a- -------------------------------------------- Hai già programmi per questo fine settimana? 0
Or do you already have an appointment? O --i-g-- -ua---- -mp-g--? O h__ g__ q______ i_______ O h-i g-à q-a-c-e i-p-g-o- -------------------------- O hai già qualche impegno? 0
I suggest that we meet on the weekend. I--pr-po------ -----c---ue----f--e-se---m---. I_ p_______ d_ v______ q_____ f___ s_________ I- p-o-o-g- d- v-d-r-i q-e-t- f-n- s-t-i-a-a- --------------------------------------------- Io propongo di vederci questo fine settimana. 0
Shall we have a picnic? F-ccia-- un----n-c? F_______ u_ p______ F-c-i-m- u- p-c-i-? ------------------- Facciamo un picnic? 0
Shall we go to the beach? An--a---in -p--gg--? A______ i_ s________ A-d-a-o i- s-i-g-i-? -------------------- Andiamo in spiaggia? 0
Shall we go to the mountains? And--mo-in--o-t--na? A______ i_ m________ A-d-a-o i- m-n-a-n-? -------------------- Andiamo in montagna? 0
I will pick you up at the office. Ti--a--o - pre--ere--n -ffi-io. T_ p____ a p_______ i_ u_______ T- p-s-o a p-e-d-r- i- u-f-c-o- ------------------------------- Ti passo a prendere in ufficio. 0
I will pick you up at home. T--p-s-o-- --en---- - casa. T_ p____ a p_______ a c____ T- p-s-o a p-e-d-r- a c-s-. --------------------------- Ti passo a prendere a casa. 0
I will pick you up at the bus stop. Ti pa--o-a-p--n---e --l- fermata-de-l-----bu-. T_ p____ a p_______ a___ f______ d____________ T- p-s-o a p-e-d-r- a-l- f-r-a-a d-l-’-u-o-u-. ---------------------------------------------- Ti passo a prendere alla fermata dell’autobus. 0

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Korean is spoken by approximately 75 million people. These people mainly live in North and South Korea. However, there are also Korean minorities in China and Japan. It is still debated as to which language family Korean belongs. The fact that Korea is divided is also noticeable in the language of the two countries. South Korea, for example, adopts many words from English. North Koreans often do not understand these words. The standard languages of both countries are based on the dialects of their respective capital cities. Another feature of the Korean language is its preciseness. For example, the language indicates which relationship speakers have to one another. That means there are a great deal of polite forms of address and many different terms for relatives. The Korean writing system is a letter system. Individual letters are combined as syllables in imaginary squares. Especially interesting are the consonants that function as pictures through their shape. They show which position mouth, tongue, palate and throat have in the pronunciation.