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|English to Korean translations [Non-PRO]|
|English term or phrase: Hello, How are you|
|Kwang, could you pls. write the pronounciation of the Korean words in your previous answer in English letters. |
Thank you for your help.
|Read the explanation|
Hello should be: An-nyong Ha-se-yo
How are you? is: Otoke Chi-ne-go-ke-shim-ni-ka?
I must admit I don\'t speak Korean, but I found them at the addresses below, and the transcription should English-based.
Hope it helps.
Selected response from:
Nicola (Mr.) Nobili
Local time: 18:37
4 KudoZ points were awarded for this answer
8 hrs confidence: 1 day3 hrs confidence:
HELLO = AN-NYOUNG-HA-SE-YO, HOW ARE YOU? = UH-TUK-KKE-JI-NE-SE-YO?
This could be very easy but depends on the situation such as where, when, who or even by season, there's probably as many as 15~20 sentences can be answered(even more). My answer is pretty general, polite way of expression regardless of the person you are talking to.
As long as you understand this 'HOW' translated to 'UH-TUK-KKE', you can utilize this to many different situation.
Local time: 09:37
Native speaker of: Korean
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