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19:22 Nov 12, 2003
English to Korean translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: Thank You.
To express gratitude
T. Scott Swan
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5 +1감사합니다 or 고맙습니다.
sungmo seo
5KAN SA HAP NI DA // KU MAP SUM NI DAswaysaint
4Gam Sa Haam Mee DaSerge L


  

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Gam Sa Haam Mee Da


Explanation:

감사합니다

HTH,

Serge L.


    Reference: http://www.proz.com/?sp=h&id=395699&keyword=Thank+you
Serge L
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감사합니다 or 고맙습니다.


Explanation:
'Kamsa HamNiDa' or 'KoMaap SumNiDa'


sungmo seo
Canada
Local time: 04:31
Native speaker of: Native in KoreanKorean

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KAN SA HAP NI DA // KU MAP SUM NI DA


Explanation:
In Korean, the most polite way to say thank you is pronounced KU MAP SUM NI DA. However for something a little less formal, KAN SA HAP NI DA is used.

In terms of the vowels,

All of the U's are pronounced like "oo" in shoo, (as if telling someone to get away.)

All of the A's are pronounced like the A in awful.

All of the I's are pronounced like the "ee" in bee.

Hope this Helps!

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