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39 [thirty-nine]

Car breakdown

Car breakdown

39 [서른아홉]

39 [seoleun-ahob]

자동차 고장

[jadongcha gojang]

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Where is the next gas station? 다- 주유-는---예-? 다_ 주___ 어____ 다- 주-소- 어-예-? ------------- 다음 주유소는 어디예요? 0
d--e-m --yus----n--o-i----? d_____ j_________ e________ d---u- j-y-s-n-u- e-d-y-y-? --------------------------- da-eum juyusoneun eodiyeyo?
I have a flat tyre / tire (am.). 타이어가-펑- 났어요. 타___ 펑_ 났___ 타-어- 펑- 났-요- ------------ 타이어가 펑크 났어요. 0
t---o-a--e--gk-u--ass--oyo. t______ p_______ n_________ t-i-o-a p-o-g-e- n-s---o-o- --------------------------- taieoga peongkeu nass-eoyo.
Can you change the tyre / tire (am.)? 타이어를-갈-끼울 수 ---? 타___ 갈___ 수 있___ 타-어- 갈-끼- 수 있-요- ---------------- 타이어를 갈아끼울 수 있어요? 0
ta-eo-eu- gal-a--i----u iss-eoyo? t________ g_________ s_ i________ t-i-o-e-l g-l-a-k-u- s- i-s-e-y-? --------------------------------- taieoleul gal-akkiul su iss-eoyo?
I need a few litres / liters (am.) of diesel. 디젤 ------필요해-. 디_ 몇 리__ 필____ 디- 몇 리-가 필-해-. -------------- 디젤 몇 리터가 필요해요. 0
d--e- my-o-h li-eoga pil-yo-aey-. d____ m_____ l______ p___________ d-j-l m-e-c- l-t-o-a p-l-y-h-e-o- --------------------------------- dijel myeoch liteoga pil-yohaeyo.
I have no more petrol / gas (am.). 기-이-떨어졌어요. 기__ 떨_____ 기-이 떨-졌-요- ---------- 기름이 떨어졌어요. 0
gileum-i --eol-eo--e----eoyo. g_______ t___________________ g-l-u--- t-e-l-e-j-e-s---o-o- ----------------------------- gileum-i tteol-eojyeoss-eoyo.
Do you have a petrol can / jerry can / gas can (am.)? 예--기-통- 있--? 예_ 기___ 있___ 예- 기-통- 있-요- ------------ 예비 기름통이 있나요? 0
y-b- g-l--mto-g-i --sn-y-? y___ g___________ i_______ y-b- g-l-u-t-n--- i-s-a-o- -------------------------- yebi gileumtong-i issnayo?
Where can I make a call? 어디- 전화할 - 있어-? 어__ 전__ 수 있___ 어-서 전-할 수 있-요- -------------- 어디서 전화할 수 있어요? 0
e-di--o-je------al-su-i----o-o? e______ j_________ s_ i________ e-d-s-o j-o-h-a-a- s- i-s-e-y-? ------------------------------- eodiseo jeonhwahal su iss-eoyo?
I need a towing service. 견인-서비스가-필-해요. 견_ 서___ 필____ 견- 서-스- 필-해-. ------------- 견인 서비스가 필요해요. 0
gye----n -eo--s-u-- --l-yo-a-y-. g_______ s_________ p___________ g-e-n-i- s-o-i-e-g- p-l-y-h-e-o- -------------------------------- gyeon-in seobiseuga pil-yohaeyo.
I’m looking for a garage. 정--- -고--어요. 정___ 찾_ 있___ 정-소- 찾- 있-요- ------------ 정비소를 찾고 있어요. 0
j-o-g-isoleu- c-a-g- is--e-y-. j____________ c_____ i________ j-o-g-i-o-e-l c-a-g- i-s-e-y-. ------------------------------ jeongbisoleul chajgo iss-eoyo.
An accident has occurred. 사-- ---. 사__ 났___ 사-가 났-요- -------- 사고가 났어요. 0
sa--ga -a---eo--. s_____ n_________ s-g-g- n-s---o-o- ----------------- sagoga nass-eoyo.
Where is the nearest telephone? 가까---화가-어디---요? 가__ 전__ 어_ 있___ 가-운 전-가 어- 있-요- --------------- 가까운 전화가 어디 있어요? 0
gak-au---e--h---- ---i -ss-eo--? g______ j________ e___ i________ g-k-a-n j-o-h-a-a e-d- i-s-e-y-? -------------------------------- gakkaun jeonhwaga eodi iss-eoyo?
Do you have a mobile / cell phone (am.) with you? 핸-폰----? 핸__ 있___ 핸-폰 있-요- -------- 핸드폰 있어요? 0
hae--e--o--iss---y-? h_________ i________ h-e-d-u-o- i-s-e-y-? -------------------- haendeupon iss-eoyo?
We need help. 우-는--움- 필---. 우__ 도__ 필____ 우-는 도-이 필-해-. ------------- 우리는 도움이 필요해요. 0
u-i-eun-do---i ----yoha---. u______ d_____ p___________ u-i-e-n d-u--- p-l-y-h-e-o- --------------------------- ulineun doum-i pil-yohaeyo.
Call a doctor! 의-를--러-주-요! 의__ 불_ 주___ 의-를 불- 주-요- ----------- 의사를 불러 주세요! 0
u--a-----bu-le-------o! u_______ b_____ j______ u-s-l-u- b-l-e- j-s-y-! ----------------------- uisaleul bulleo juseyo!
Call the police! 경찰- 불- 주-요! 경__ 불_ 주___ 경-을 불- 주-요- ----------- 경찰을 불러 주세요! 0
gy--n---a----- b-l-eo ju----! g_____________ b_____ j______ g-e-n-c-a---u- b-l-e- j-s-y-! ----------------------------- gyeongchal-eul bulleo juseyo!
Your papers, please. 서--- ---. 서___ 주___ 서-들- 주-요- --------- 서류들을 주세요. 0
s-o-yud----e-l---seyo. s_____________ j______ s-o-y-d-u---u- j-s-y-. ---------------------- seolyudeul-eul juseyo.
Your licence / license (am.), please. 운전---을 주-요. 운_____ 주___ 운-면-증- 주-요- ----------- 운전면허증을 주세요. 0
unje--my-o-heoj-u-g-eu- ju-e--. u______________________ j______ u-j-o-m-e-n-e-j-u-g-e-l j-s-y-. ------------------------------- unjeonmyeonheojeung-eul juseyo.
Your registration, please. 자-차 등--을 ---. 자__ 등___ 주___ 자-차 등-증- 주-요- ------------- 자동차 등록증을 주세요. 0
jadong-ha-d------gjeun----l ----y-. j________ d________________ j______ j-d-n-c-a d-u-g-o-j-u-g-e-l j-s-y-. ----------------------------------- jadongcha deunglogjeung-eul juseyo.

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