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amberparrishxo

  • one year ago

Will fan and medal! Does anyone here know Korean fluently or really well at understanding it?

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  1. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    im korean and maybe little bit difficult with english

  2. amberparrishxo
    • one year ago
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    @wnckswjd then you dont mind if i ask you a simple, random question then about a korean word?

  3. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    What is it?

  4. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    You can go on google translate and it will tell you ☺️

  5. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    what is you qustion

  6. saucvi
    • one year ago
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    What question or words did you want to know?

  7. amberparrishxo
    • one year ago
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    @becky15 @saucvi i know this is random and late, but what is the difference between pabo and babo?

  8. saucvi
    • one year ago
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    The only difference is the way you romanize them. pabo/babo is written like '바보' in hangul. The 'ㅂ' is pronounced with a sound not found in english. It is a cross between a 'b' and a 'p'. This being said, 'ㅂ' can be romanized either way. In 'oppa' it is romanized with a p '오빠'. But in 'bogoshipeo' it is romanized with a 'b', '보고싶어'. It'll get easier to figure out eventually. There is also the 'ㅍ' which is a light 'p' sound as in 'pillow'. This will always be romanized as 'p'. It is the same 'p' as found in english. If you are interested in learning korean, I highly suggest you start off with learning proper pronunciation and the alphabet. This will help you with further romanization issues. The korean alphabet is fairly easy it should not take you too long to understand. I wish you luck!! 화이팅!

  9. saucvi
    • one year ago
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    Oh and pabo means fool/idiot... but I think you knew that

  10. amberparrishxo
    • one year ago
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    @saucvi yes! thank you or gomapseumnida c: i actually do know the hangul alphabet. im working right now on the pronunciation.

  11. anonymous
    • one year ago
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    sorry that i couldn't get here... some little words: 안녕means hi or bye aan nyuong (say nyoung really fast) 심심해... means you are boring sim sim hae (make hae fast) 반가워 means it's nice to see you baan gaa woa actually koreans don't use how are you or wass up so i will pass those things 잘 가 more means good bye then 안녕 jaar gaa 너와 친해지고 싶어 means i want to be your friend noa youa cheen hae ji go ship uh. if you need any others, please tell me :)

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