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en to want something   »   ko 뭘 원해요

71 [seventy-one]

to want something

to want something

71 [일흔하나]

71 [ilheunhana]

뭘 원해요

[mwol wonhaeyo]

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What do you want to do? 당-----하-- -해요? 당신은 뭘 하기를 원해요? 당-은 뭘 하-를 원-요- -------------- 당신은 뭘 하기를 원해요? 0
d-ng-----un-mwo- -agil----w---a-yo? dangsin-eun mwol hagileul wonhaeyo? d-n-s-n-e-n m-o- h-g-l-u- w-n-a-y-? ----------------------------------- dangsin-eun mwol hagileul wonhaeyo?
Do you want to play football / soccer (am.)? 당---축---- 원-요? 당신은 축구하기를 원해요? 당-은 축-하-를 원-요- -------------- 당신은 축구하기를 원해요? 0
d--gsi---u- chu----a--le----on-a-yo? dangsin-eun chugguhagileul wonhaeyo? d-n-s-n-e-n c-u-g-h-g-l-u- w-n-a-y-? ------------------------------------ dangsin-eun chugguhagileul wonhaeyo?
Do you want to visit friends? 당신---구를 --하기를----? 당신은 친구를 방문하기를 원해요? 당-은 친-를 방-하-를 원-요- ------------------ 당신은 친구를 방문하기를 원해요? 0
dan-s-n---n---in--le-l ban--u--ag-l-ul-w-nh---o? dangsin-eun chinguleul bangmunhagileul wonhaeyo? d-n-s-n-e-n c-i-g-l-u- b-n-m-n-a-i-e-l w-n-a-y-? ------------------------------------------------ dangsin-eun chinguleul bangmunhagileul wonhaeyo?
to want 원-요 원해요 원-요 --- 원해요 0
w-nh-e-o wonhaeyo w-n-a-y- -------- wonhaeyo
I don’t want to arrive late. 저는-늦--도--는 -을 -하지--아요. 저는 늦게 도착하는 것을 원하지 않아요. 저- 늦- 도-하- 것- 원-지 않-요- ---------------------- 저는 늦게 도착하는 것을 원하지 않아요. 0
je-n--n-n-u--e doc--g---eun -eos--u---o-ha-i --h----. jeoneun neujge dochaghaneun geos-eul wonhaji anh-ayo. j-o-e-n n-u-g- d-c-a-h-n-u- g-o---u- w-n-a-i a-h-a-o- ----------------------------------------------------- jeoneun neujge dochaghaneun geos-eul wonhaji anh-ayo.
I don’t want to go there. 저는 -기--- 것---하--않--. 저는 거기 가는 것을 원하지 않아요. 저- 거- 가- 것- 원-지 않-요- -------------------- 저는 거기 가는 것을 원하지 않아요. 0
je-n--n-g---- g-n--n-g----eu- w---a-i -nh--yo. jeoneun geogi ganeun geos-eul wonhaji anh-ayo. j-o-e-n g-o-i g-n-u- g-o---u- w-n-a-i a-h-a-o- ---------------------------------------------- jeoneun geogi ganeun geos-eul wonhaji anh-ayo.
I want to go home. 저---에-가기----요. 저는 집에 가기를 원해요. 저- 집- 가-를 원-요- -------------- 저는 집에 가기를 원해요. 0
jeo--u- -ib-e-g--ile------haey-. jeoneun jib-e gagileul wonhaeyo. j-o-e-n j-b-e g-g-l-u- w-n-a-y-. -------------------------------- jeoneun jib-e gagileul wonhaeyo.
I want to stay at home. 저--집에-있-- -해-. 저는 집에 있기를 원해요. 저- 집- 있-를 원-요- -------------- 저는 집에 있기를 원해요. 0
j-o--un jib-- -ssgil-ul--o-ha---. jeoneun jib-e issgileul wonhaeyo. j-o-e-n j-b-e i-s-i-e-l w-n-a-y-. --------------------------------- jeoneun jib-e issgileul wonhaeyo.
I want to be alone. 저- -자--기를 --요. 저는 혼자 있기를 원해요. 저- 혼- 있-를 원-요- -------------- 저는 혼자 있기를 원해요. 0
je-n----h-------sg--e-l w-n-a-y-. jeoneun honja issgileul wonhaeyo. j-o-e-n h-n-a i-s-i-e-l w-n-a-y-. --------------------------------- jeoneun honja issgileul wonhaeyo.
Do you want to stay here? 당-은 여기서 -기를 원-요? 당신은 여기서 있기를 원해요? 당-은 여-서 있-를 원-요- ---------------- 당신은 여기서 있기를 원해요? 0
d-ngs-------yeogise- iss-i---l-wonh-eyo? dangsin-eun yeogiseo issgileul wonhaeyo? d-n-s-n-e-n y-o-i-e- i-s-i-e-l w-n-a-y-? ---------------------------------------- dangsin-eun yeogiseo issgileul wonhaeyo?
Do you want to eat here? 당----기서-먹-- -해요? 당신은 여기서 먹기를 원해요? 당-은 여-서 먹-를 원-요- ---------------- 당신은 여기서 먹기를 원해요? 0
d-ngsin--u--y--gis---me-gg-l-u---on----o? dangsin-eun yeogiseo meoggileul wonhaeyo? d-n-s-n-e-n y-o-i-e- m-o-g-l-u- w-n-a-y-? ----------------------------------------- dangsin-eun yeogiseo meoggileul wonhaeyo?
Do you want to sleep here? 당신--여기---기를 ---? 당신은 여기서 자기를 원해요? 당-은 여-서 자-를 원-요- ---------------- 당신은 여기서 자기를 원해요? 0
d-n------u-------seo j---leu- wo--ae--? dangsin-eun yeogiseo jagileul wonhaeyo? d-n-s-n-e-n y-o-i-e- j-g-l-u- w-n-a-y-? --------------------------------------- dangsin-eun yeogiseo jagileul wonhaeyo?
Do you want to leave tomorrow? 당-은-내일 출발하-----원--? 당신은 내일 출발하는 것을 원해요? 당-은 내- 출-하- 것- 원-요- ------------------- 당신은 내일 출발하는 것을 원해요? 0
dan-----e---n--i---hulb-l-a-eun geo--e-l-wo-h----? dangsin-eun naeil chulbalhaneun geos-eul wonhaeyo? d-n-s-n-e-n n-e-l c-u-b-l-a-e-n g-o---u- w-n-a-y-? -------------------------------------------------- dangsin-eun naeil chulbalhaneun geos-eul wonhaeyo?
Do you want to stay till tomorrow? 당신은-내일-- 있-를--해요? 당신은 내일까지 있기를 원해요? 당-은 내-까- 있-를 원-요- ----------------- 당신은 내일까지 있기를 원해요? 0
dangs-n---n-n-e-lk-aj- ---gi--u--wo---ey-? dangsin-eun naeilkkaji issgileul wonhaeyo? d-n-s-n-e-n n-e-l-k-j- i-s-i-e-l w-n-a-y-? ------------------------------------------ dangsin-eun naeilkkaji issgileul wonhaeyo?
Do you want to pay the bill only tomorrow? 당-은----를-------지------해-? 당신은 청구서를 내일에서야 지불하기를 원해요? 당-은 청-서- 내-에-야 지-하-를 원-요- ------------------------- 당신은 청구서를 내일에서야 지불하기를 원해요? 0
dangs----un ch-on--guseo--ul n---l-es-o-a -----h-gi-eul wonhae-o? dangsin-eun cheong-guseoleul naeil-eseoya jibulhagileul wonhaeyo? d-n-s-n-e-n c-e-n---u-e-l-u- n-e-l-e-e-y- j-b-l-a-i-e-l w-n-a-y-? ----------------------------------------------------------------- dangsin-eun cheong-guseoleul naeil-eseoya jibulhagileul wonhaeyo?
Do you want to go to the disco? 디-------를 --요? 디스코장에 가기를 원해요? 디-코-에 가-를 원-요- -------------- 디스코장에 가기를 원해요? 0
d--e------g-e----il-u--w-nha-y-? diseukojang-e gagileul wonhaeyo? d-s-u-o-a-g-e g-g-l-u- w-n-a-y-? -------------------------------- diseukojang-e gagileul wonhaeyo?
Do you want to go to the cinema? 영화관---기- 원-요? 영화관에 가기를 원해요? 영-관- 가-를 원-요- ------------- 영화관에 가기를 원해요? 0
yeong-wagwan-e ga-i--u- -on--eyo? yeonghwagwan-e gagileul wonhaeyo? y-o-g-w-g-a--- g-g-l-u- w-n-a-y-? --------------------------------- yeonghwagwan-e gagileul wonhaeyo?
Do you want to go to a café? 카페--가-를 ---? 카페에 가기를 원해요? 카-에 가-를 원-요- ------------ 카페에 가기를 원해요? 0
kape--gag-le-l-w-n-ae--? kapee gagileul wonhaeyo? k-p-e g-g-l-u- w-n-a-y-? ------------------------ kapee gagileul wonhaeyo?

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