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24 [twenty-four]

Appointment

Appointment

24 [스물넷]

24 [seumulnes]

약속

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Did you miss the bus? 버스를-놓---? 버__ 놓____ 버-를 놓-어-? --------- 버스를 놓쳤어요? 0
b-ose--eul noh--y-oss-e--o? b_________ n_______________ b-o-e-l-u- n-h-h-e-s---o-o- --------------------------- beoseuleul nohchyeoss-eoyo?
I waited for you for half an hour. 당----- --- 기다--요. 당__ 삼_ 분__ 기_____ 당-을 삼- 분-안 기-렸-요- ----------------- 당신을 삼십 분동안 기다렸어요. 0
da--sin-eu- sam--- bu-do-------ida-yeo-s-eo--. d__________ s_____ b_________ g_______________ d-n-s-n-e-l s-m-i- b-n-o-g-a- g-d-l-e-s---o-o- ---------------------------------------------- dangsin-eul samsib bundong-an gidalyeoss-eoyo.
Don’t you have a mobile / cell phone (am.) with you? 핸-폰을 --가지고 있어요? 핸___ 안 가__ 있___ 핸-폰- 안 가-고 있-요- --------------- 핸드폰을 안 가지고 있어요? 0
ha-n--up----u- a- gajig--i-s--o--? h_____________ a_ g_____ i________ h-e-d-u-o---u- a- g-j-g- i-s-e-y-? ---------------------------------- haendeupon-eul an gajigo iss-eoyo?
Be punctual next time! 다음-는 -간 -춰- 와-! 다___ 시_ 맞__ 와__ 다-에- 시- 맞-서 와-! --------------- 다음에는 시간 맞춰서 와요! 0
d--eu----e----iga--majchwoseo w---! d___________ s____ m_________ w____ d---u---n-u- s-g-n m-j-h-o-e- w-y-! ----------------------------------- da-eum-eneun sigan majchwoseo wayo!
Take a taxi next time! 다음------타--와-! 다___ 택_ 타_ 와__ 다-에- 택- 타- 와-! -------------- 다음에는 택시 타고 와요! 0
da-e-m-e-e-n --e-si-ta-o w--o! d___________ t_____ t___ w____ d---u---n-u- t-e-s- t-g- w-y-! ------------------------------ da-eum-eneun taegsi tago wayo!
Take an umbrella with you next time! 다음에는 --을--지고-가요! 다___ 우__ 가__ 가__ 다-에- 우-을 가-고 가-! ---------------- 다음에는 우산을 가지고 가요! 0
da-e-m-e-eu- -----e-l g-j-go-----! d___________ u_______ g_____ g____ d---u---n-u- u-a---u- g-j-g- g-y-! ---------------------------------- da-eum-eneun usan-eul gajigo gayo!
I have the day off tomorrow. 저 -일 쉬는--이-요. 저 내_ 쉬_ 날____ 저 내- 쉬- 날-에-. ------------- 저 내일 쉬는 날이에요. 0
j-- --eil--w---u----l----o. j__ n____ s______ n________ j-o n-e-l s-i-e-n n-l-i-y-. --------------------------- jeo naeil swineun nal-ieyo.
Shall we meet tomorrow? 우- 내--만날까요? 우_ 내_ 만____ 우- 내- 만-까-? ----------- 우리 내일 만날까요? 0
ul--n------a-------yo? u__ n____ m___________ u-i n-e-l m-n-a-k-a-o- ---------------------- uli naeil mannalkkayo?
I’m sorry, I can’t make it tomorrow. 미--지만, 저는-내- ---요. 미_____ 저_ 내_ 안 돼__ 미-하-만- 저- 내- 안 돼-. ------------------ 미안하지만, 저는 내일 안 돼요. 0
m--n----m-n- --on-un-n--i--an--w-e--. m___________ j______ n____ a_ d______ m-a-h-j-m-n- j-o-e-n n-e-l a- d-a-y-. ------------------------------------- mianhajiman, jeoneun naeil an dwaeyo.
Do you already have plans for this weekend? 이- 주-- -- 계획--있--? 이_ 주__ 벌_ 계__ 있___ 이- 주-에 벌- 계-이 있-요- ------------------ 이번 주말에 벌써 계획이 있어요? 0
ibe-n -u-a--- --o-sse-----h-eg-i-i-s-eoyo? i____ j______ b_______ g________ i________ i-e-n j-m-l-e b-o-s-e- g-e-o-g-i i-s-e-y-? ------------------------------------------ ibeon jumal-e beolsseo gyehoeg-i iss-eoyo?
Or do you already have an appointment? 아-- -써 -속이---요? 아__ 벌_ 약__ 있___ 아-면 벌- 약-이 있-요- --------------- 아니면 벌써 약속이 있어요? 0
anim-e-n--e-lss-- yagsog-i---s--o-o? a_______ b_______ y_______ i________ a-i-y-o- b-o-s-e- y-g-o--- i-s-e-y-? ------------------------------------ animyeon beolsseo yagsog-i iss-eoyo?
I suggest that we meet on the weekend. 이번 --- ---면 해-. 이_ 주__ 만___ 해__ 이- 주-에 만-으- 해-. --------------- 이번 주말에 만났으면 해요. 0
i-eon-j-------m-n--s--eum-e------yo. i____ j______ m______________ h_____ i-e-n j-m-l-e m-n-a-s-e-m-e-n h-e-o- ------------------------------------ ibeon jumal-e mannass-eumyeon haeyo.
Shall we have a picnic? 우리--풍--까요? 우_ 소_ 갈___ 우- 소- 갈-요- ---------- 우리 소풍 갈까요? 0
ul----pu-g---lkk---? u__ s_____ g________ u-i s-p-n- g-l-k-y-? -------------------- uli sopung galkkayo?
Shall we go to the beach? 우---변-----? 우_ 해__ 갈___ 우- 해-에 갈-요- ----------- 우리 해변에 갈까요? 0
uli--aeby--n-- ---kka-o? u__ h_________ g________ u-i h-e-y-o--- g-l-k-y-? ------------------------ uli haebyeon-e galkkayo?
Shall we go to the mountains? 우리 -- ---? 우_ 산_ 갈___ 우- 산- 갈-요- ---------- 우리 산에 갈까요? 0
u-i-sa--e--al-ka-o? u__ s____ g________ u-i s-n-e g-l-k-y-? ------------------- uli san-e galkkayo?
I will pick you up at the office. 사무---------. 사____ 픽_____ 사-실-서 픽-할-요- ------------ 사무실에서 픽업할게요. 0
sa-u--l-e-e- --g---b--lg-y-. s___________ p______________ s-m-s-l-e-e- p-g-e-b-a-g-y-. ---------------------------- samusil-eseo pig-eobhalgeyo.
I will pick you up at home. 집----업-게-. 집__ 픽_____ 집-서 픽-할-요- ---------- 집에서 픽업할게요. 0
j-b---eo---g--o-h-l----. j_______ p______________ j-b-e-e- p-g-e-b-a-g-y-. ------------------------ jib-eseo pig-eobhalgeyo.
I will pick you up at the bus stop. 버---류장-- -업----. 버_ 정____ 픽_ 할___ 버- 정-장-서 픽- 할-요- ---------------- 버스 정류장에서 픽업 할게요. 0
be--e--j---gly-j-ng----- p---eo- h-l-eyo. b_____ j________________ p______ h_______ b-o-e- j-o-g-y-j-n---s-o p-g-e-b h-l-e-o- ----------------------------------------- beoseu jeonglyujang-eseo pig-eob halgeyo.

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Did you know?
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.