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02:57 Mar 26, 2003
English to Korean translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: how are you?
meeting with people
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Korean translation:explanation below
Explanation:
to younger people or friends:

"잘 지냈어?" Jal ji-net-uh ?

To older people:

"잘 지내셨어요?" Jal Ji-nae-shut-uh-yo?

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Explanation:
to younger people or friends:

"잘 지냈어?" Jal ji-net-uh ?

To older people:

"잘 지내셨어요?" Jal Ji-nae-shut-uh-yo?

Serge L.


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Local time: 17:20
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