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30 [thirty]

At the restaurant 2

At the restaurant 2

30 [서른]

30 [seoleun]

레스토랑에서 2

[leseutolang-eseo 2]

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An apple juice, please. 사과 주스--주--. 사_ 주__ 주___ 사- 주-를 주-요- ----------- 사과 주스를 주세요. 0
sag---j-seu-----j-----. s____ j________ j______ s-g-a j-s-u-e-l j-s-y-. ----------------------- sagwa juseuleul juseyo.
A lemonade, please. 레-네--를--세요. 레_____ 주___ 레-네-드- 주-요- ----------- 레모네이드를 주세요. 0
le-o-e-d-ule-l juse--. l_____________ j______ l-m-n-i-e-l-u- j-s-y-. ---------------------- lemoneideuleul juseyo.
A tomato juice, please. 토마--주스를 -세-. 토__ 주__ 주___ 토-토 주-를 주-요- ------------ 토마토 주스를 주세요. 0
to-a-o j-s-u-e-l---s---. t_____ j________ j______ t-m-t- j-s-u-e-l j-s-y-. ------------------------ tomato juseuleul juseyo.
I’d like a glass of red wine. 레드 -인-- -을-주-요. 레_ 와_ 한 잔_ 주___ 레- 와- 한 잔- 주-요- --------------- 레드 와인 한 잔을 주세요. 0
le----w-in-h-n-j---eu--j---yo. l____ w___ h__ j______ j______ l-d-u w-i- h-n j-n-e-l j-s-y-. ------------------------------ ledeu wain han jan-eul juseyo.
I’d like a glass of white wine. 화이--와인-한--을 --요. 화__ 와_ 한 잔_ 주___ 화-트 와- 한 잔- 주-요- ---------------- 화이트 와인 한 잔을 주세요. 0
hwa--eu--a-n --- j---eu--j-s---. h______ w___ h__ j______ j______ h-a-t-u w-i- h-n j-n-e-l j-s-y-. -------------------------------- hwaiteu wain han jan-eul juseyo.
I’d like a bottle of champagne. 샴---- 병- -세-. 샴__ 한 병_ 주___ 샴-인 한 병- 주-요- ------------- 샴페인 한 병을 주세요. 0
syampein--a--b-eong-eul-----y-. s_______ h__ b_________ j______ s-a-p-i- h-n b-e-n---u- j-s-y-. ------------------------------- syampein han byeong-eul juseyo.
Do you like fish? 생선을--아해-? 생__ 좋____ 생-을 좋-해-? --------- 생선을 좋아해요? 0
saeng-eo---u- --h-a-aey-? s____________ j__________ s-e-g-e-n-e-l j-h-a-a-y-? ------------------------- saengseon-eul joh-ahaeyo?
Do you like beef? 소--를 -아해요? 소___ 좋____ 소-기- 좋-해-? ---------- 소고기를 좋아해요? 0
s--ogi---l-j----haey-? s_________ j__________ s-g-g-l-u- j-h-a-a-y-? ---------------------- sogogileul joh-ahaeyo?
Do you like pork? 돼-고-- -아-요? 돼____ 좋____ 돼-고-를 좋-해-? ----------- 돼지고기를 좋아해요? 0
d---jig-g--eu- ----aha---? d_____________ j__________ d-a-j-g-g-l-u- j-h-a-a-y-? -------------------------- dwaejigogileul joh-ahaeyo?
I’d like something without meat. 고기--- ----을 -세-. 고__ 안 넣_ 것_ 주___ 고-를 안 넣- 것- 주-요- ---------------- 고기를 안 넣은 것을 주세요. 0
g-gi--ul-an ne-h-e-n-g-os-e-l-j---y-. g_______ a_ n_______ g_______ j______ g-g-l-u- a- n-o---u- g-o---u- j-s-y-. ------------------------------------- gogileul an neoh-eun geos-eul juseyo.
I’d like some mixed vegetables. 야채를-넣은--을 주세-. 야__ 넣_ 것_ 주___ 야-를 넣- 것- 주-요- -------------- 야채를 넣은 것을 주세요. 0
y--h-e---- -eo---u- -eos-e-l--usey-. y_________ n_______ g_______ j______ y-c-a-l-u- n-o---u- g-o---u- j-s-y-. ------------------------------------ yachaeleul neoh-eun geos-eul juseyo.
I’d like something that won’t take much time. 오--걸-지--는--- -세요. 오_ 걸__ 않_ 것_ 주___ 오- 걸-지 않- 것- 주-요- ----------------- 오래 걸리지 않는 것을 주세요. 0
o--e g-oll--i an--------o--eu-------o. o___ g_______ a______ g_______ j______ o-a- g-o-l-j- a-h-e-n g-o---u- j-s-y-. -------------------------------------- olae geolliji anhneun geos-eul juseyo.
Would you like that with rice? 그걸-밥과--이-드-까-? 그_ 밥_ 같_ 드____ 그- 밥- 같- 드-까-? -------------- 그걸 밥과 같이 드릴까요? 0
g-u-e-l -ab-w- ga-------lilkk--o? g______ b_____ g____ d___________ g-u-e-l b-b-w- g-t-i d-u-i-k-a-o- --------------------------------- geugeol babgwa gat-i deulilkkayo?
Would you like that with pasta? 그- ---와 -이 -릴까-? 그_ 파___ 같_ 드____ 그- 파-타- 같- 드-까-? ---------------- 그걸 파스타와 같이 드릴까요? 0
geu-e-l p-s--ta----at-i -----l--ay-? g______ p________ g____ d___________ g-u-e-l p-s-u-a-a g-t-i d-u-i-k-a-o- ------------------------------------ geugeol paseutawa gat-i deulilkkayo?
Would you like that with potatoes? 그- -자- 같------? 그_ 감__ 같_ 드____ 그- 감-와 같- 드-까-? --------------- 그걸 감자와 같이 드릴까요? 0
ge--eol---m-a---ga--- ---li-k---o? g______ g______ g____ d___________ g-u-e-l g-m-a-a g-t-i d-u-i-k-a-o- ---------------------------------- geugeol gamjawa gat-i deulilkkayo?
That doesn’t taste good. 그건 맛--없-요. 그_ 맛_ 없___ 그- 맛- 없-요- ---------- 그건 맛이 없어요. 0
g--geon-m---i-e-bs--oy-. g______ m____ e_________ g-u-e-n m-s-i e-b---o-o- ------------------------ geugeon mas-i eobs-eoyo.
The food is cold. 음-- -가워요. 음__ 차____ 음-이 차-워-. --------- 음식이 차가워요. 0
eums-g-- --ag-w-yo. e_______ c_________ e-m-i--- c-a-a-o-o- ------------------- eumsig-i chagawoyo.
I didn’t order this. 이- -문-안 했어요. 이_ 주_ 안 했___ 이- 주- 안 했-요- ------------ 이건 주문 안 했어요. 0
igeo--j-m-- -n ----s-eo-o. i____ j____ a_ h__________ i-e-n j-m-n a- h-e-s-e-y-. -------------------------- igeon jumun an haess-eoyo.

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