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54 [fifty-four]

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I want to buy a present. 저- 선물---고--어-. 저는 선물을 사고 싶어요. 저- 선-을 사- 싶-요- -------------- 저는 선물을 사고 싶어요. 0
jeon--- se-nm---eu--s--- -ip---yo. jeoneun seonmul-eul sago sip-eoyo. j-o-e-n s-o-m-l-e-l s-g- s-p-e-y-. ---------------------------------- jeoneun seonmul-eul sago sip-eoyo.
But nothing too expensive. 하-만-너- -싼---아니고요. 하지만 너무 비싼 건 아니고요. 하-만 너- 비- 건 아-고-. ----------------- 하지만 너무 비싼 건 아니고요. 0
h----a----o-u --ss-n ---- a------. hajiman neomu bissan geon anigoyo. h-j-m-n n-o-u b-s-a- g-o- a-i-o-o- ---------------------------------- hajiman neomu bissan geon anigoyo.
Maybe a handbag? 핸-백 같- 거요? 핸드백 같은 거요? 핸-백 같- 거-? ---------- 핸드백 같은 거요? 0
h---d-u---- ga--e-n --o--? haendeubaeg gat-eun geoyo? h-e-d-u-a-g g-t-e-n g-o-o- -------------------------- haendeubaeg gat-eun geoyo?
Which color would you like? 어떤---을 -하세요? 어떤 색깔을 원하세요? 어- 색-을 원-세-? ------------ 어떤 색깔을 원하세요? 0
e--t-on-s--g-k-l--ul w-nh---y-? eotteon saegkkal-eul wonhaseyo? e-t-e-n s-e-k-a---u- w-n-a-e-o- ------------------------------- eotteon saegkkal-eul wonhaseyo?
Black, brown or white? 검은-,-갈색,---면 하얀색? 검은색, 갈색, 아니면 하얀색? 검-색- 갈-, 아-면 하-색- ----------------- 검은색, 갈색, 아니면 하얀색? 0
ge-m-e--sae-, -a-sae-- a----eon h--a-sae-? geom-eunsaeg, galsaeg, animyeon hayansaeg? g-o---u-s-e-, g-l-a-g- a-i-y-o- h-y-n-a-g- ------------------------------------------ geom-eunsaeg, galsaeg, animyeon hayansaeg?
A large one or a small one? 큰-거 -니면 ----요? 큰 거 아니면 작은 거요? 큰 거 아-면 작- 거-? -------------- 큰 거 아니면 작은 거요? 0
keu--geo-a--mye-n-j-g---n-ge---? keun geo animyeon jag-eun geoyo? k-u- g-o a-i-y-o- j-g-e-n g-o-o- -------------------------------- keun geo animyeon jag-eun geoyo?
May I see this one, please? 이- 한-번 -- -요? 이거 한 번 봐도 되요? 이- 한 번 봐- 되-? ------------- 이거 한 번 봐도 되요? 0
ig-o---n -eo----ado-do-yo? igeo han beon bwado doeyo? i-e- h-n b-o- b-a-o d-e-o- -------------------------- igeo han beon bwado doeyo?
Is it made of leather? 이거----- -들었어요? 이거 가죽으로 만들었어요? 이- 가-으- 만-었-요- -------------- 이거 가죽으로 만들었어요? 0
ige--gajug--u-- m--de-l--o-s-e-yo? igeo gajug-eulo mandeul-eoss-eoyo? i-e- g-j-g-e-l- m-n-e-l-e-s---o-o- ---------------------------------- igeo gajug-eulo mandeul-eoss-eoyo?
Or is it made of plastic? 아-면 --스-으-----어요? 아니면 플라스틱으로 만들었어요? 아-면 플-스-으- 만-었-요- ----------------- 아니면 플라스틱으로 만들었어요? 0
an-mye-n p------eu-i-------m--deu---o---e-y-? animyeon peullaseutig-eulo mandeul-eoss-eoyo? a-i-y-o- p-u-l-s-u-i---u-o m-n-e-l-e-s---o-o- --------------------------------------------- animyeon peullaseutig-eulo mandeul-eoss-eoyo?
Of leather, of course. 당연히--죽이-. 당연히 가죽이죠. 당-히 가-이-. --------- 당연히 가죽이죠. 0
dan----o--i-gajug---y-. dang-yeonhi gajug-ijyo. d-n---e-n-i g-j-g-i-y-. ----------------------- dang-yeonhi gajug-ijyo.
This is very good quality. 이건--질- -- --요. 이건 품질이 아주 좋아요. 이- 품-이 아- 좋-요- -------------- 이건 품질이 아주 좋아요. 0
ig-o--pu-ji--i a-u j-h-a--. igeon pumjil-i aju joh-ayo. i-e-n p-m-i--- a-u j-h-a-o- --------------------------- igeon pumjil-i aju joh-ayo.
And the bag is really very reasonable. 그-- --가방은 아주-저렴-요. 그리고 이 가방은 아주 저렴해요. 그-고 이 가-은 아- 저-해-. ------------------ 그리고 이 가방은 아주 저렴해요. 0
g--l------g-ba-----n-a-u-jeo-yeo--aey-. geuligo i gabang-eun aju jeolyeomhaeyo. g-u-i-o i g-b-n---u- a-u j-o-y-o-h-e-o- --------------------------------------- geuligo i gabang-eun aju jeolyeomhaeyo.
I like it. 이---에 들--. 이거 맘에 들어요. 이- 맘- 들-요- ---------- 이거 맘에 들어요. 0
igeo m---- --u--eo-o. igeo mam-e deul-eoyo. i-e- m-m-e d-u---o-o- --------------------- igeo mam-e deul-eoyo.
I’ll take it. 이걸로-할-요. 이걸로 할게요. 이-로 할-요- -------- 이걸로 할게요. 0
i----lo -al--y-. igeollo halgeyo. i-e-l-o h-l-e-o- ---------------- igeollo halgeyo.
Can I exchange it if needed? 필--- -환------요? 필요하면 교환할 수 있어요? 필-하- 교-할 수 있-요- --------------- 필요하면 교환할 수 있어요? 0
pi--yoha----n --ohw-n-a- s---s--eoy-? pil-yohamyeon gyohwanhal su iss-eoyo? p-l-y-h-m-e-n g-o-w-n-a- s- i-s-e-y-? ------------------------------------- pil-yohamyeon gyohwanhal su iss-eoyo?
Of course. 물-이죠. 물론이죠. 물-이-. ----- 물론이죠. 0
m-l-o---jyo. mullon-ijyo. m-l-o---j-o- ------------ mullon-ijyo.
We’ll gift wrap it. 포장을--드릴께-. 포장을 해드릴께요. 포-을 해-릴-요- ---------- 포장을 해드릴께요. 0
p--an---ul ha-d-ulil-k---. pojang-eul haedeulilkkeyo. p-j-n---u- h-e-e-l-l-k-y-. -------------------------- pojang-eul haedeulilkkeyo.
The cashier is over there. 계--- 저쪽에---요. 계산대가 저쪽에 있어요. 계-대- 저-에 있-요- ------------- 계산대가 저쪽에 있어요. 0
g-esa----ga je---og-e iss-e---. gyesandaega jeojjog-e iss-eoyo. g-e-a-d-e-a j-o-j-g-e i-s-e-y-. ------------------------------- gyesandaega jeojjog-e iss-eoyo.

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