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Korean translation: Too many to fit in here! But read explanation below.

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16:01 May 30, 2001
English to Korean translations [Non-PRO]
Science
English term or phrase: hi
hi

give

item

please

have

i

am

angry

good

bad

happy

drop

act

kill

die

live

you

are

then

than

you're

your

hurt

stupid

smart

hard

soft

korea

america

english

korean

play

clarinet

fire

ice
Ian Malkovich
Korean translation:Too many to fit in here! But read explanation below.
Explanation:
I would like you to consult internet on-line dictionary http://dic.empas.com/, which is a truly wonderful site. It is free of charge. You wil love that dictionary if you are keen on the Korean langauge. Just type English or Korean in the box provided, then it will give you the answer, either in Korean or English.
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Local time: 11:16
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na안녕 or 안녕하세요 depending on whom you say tokorinfor
naToo many to fit in here! But read explanation below.
Gene Oh


  

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Too many to fit in here! But read explanation below.


Explanation:
I would like you to consult internet on-line dictionary http://dic.empas.com/, which is a truly wonderful site. It is free of charge. You wil love that dictionary if you are keen on the Korean langauge. Just type English or Korean in the box provided, then it will give you the answer, either in Korean or English.

Gene Oh
New Zealand
Local time: 11:16
Native speaker of: Native in KoreanKorean
PRO pts in pair: 16
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안녕 or 안녕하세요 depending on whom you say to


Explanation:
If the listener is someone you know well and same age or younger than you, you can use 안녕 only. If not so, 안녕하세요 sould be used.

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