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20:43 Oct 16, 2002
English to Korean translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: two
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Aydin Yulug



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The Arabic Numerals are used in Korea. However, there are two systems of pronouncing Korean, pure Korean and the one derived from Chinese. The Korean numbers which only go up to 99 are generally used when referring to things and hours. The Chinese-derived numbers are used to count money, days, mileage and minutes.

    Reference: http://writersu.s5.com/fl/korean.html#numbers
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