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03:39 May 11, 2001
English to Korean translations [Non-PRO]
English term or phrase: I love you
when you're talking
me
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4sarang-heh!Serge L


  

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sarang-heh!


Explanation:
Sarang = love
Heh = "here is an informal way of saying I do..."

There's no need for pronouns like I and you in most Korean sentences.

Sarang-heh-yo! (Slightly more polite because of the yo.)

Sarang-hamnida. (Very polite! Hamnida is most formal version of heh and heh-yo.)


HTH,

Serge L.


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