For someone who loves travelling and if Korea is in one of the places-to-visit list, these phrases might be helpful to use during your stay in Korea. Here are 10 of the most important Korean phrases your phrasebook probably doesn’t mention until after that section on fractions. You can apply these magical words in a hundred different situations. Bear in mind that all of the phrases listed is a polite, informal style of speaking. It is usually used to interact with people older than us but in an informal manner.
1. Hello – 안녕하세요 (An-nyeong-ha-se-yo) 2. Goodbye
안녕히 가세요 (An-nyeong-hi ga-se-yo) (if the person is leaving) 3. Goodbye
안녕히 계세요 (An-nyeong-hi gye-se-yo) (if you are leaving) 4. Nice to meet you
만나서 반가워요 (Man-na-seo ban-ga-wo-yo) 5. Thank you
(Go-ma-wo-yo) 6. I’m sorry
– 죄송해요 (Jwe-song-hae-yo) 7. Excuse me/Just a moment – 잠시만요 (Jam-shi-man-yo) 8. Please (Please give) – 주세요 (Ju-se-yo) 9. Where is the (something/place) – 어디예요 (Eo-di-ye-yo) 10. How much is it? – 얼마예요? (Eol-ma-ye-yo?)
Note that all of the phrases end with -yo. The -yo at the end of the phrases indicates that the sentence is in a polite, informal style of phrases.
عن أبي سعيد الخدري، عن الرسول صلى الله عليه وسلم قال: “ لتتبعُنَّ سَنَنَ من كان قبلَكم ، شبرًا بشبرٍ وذراعًا بذراعٍ ، حتى لو دخلوا جُحْرَ ضبٍّ تبعتُمُوهم”. قلنا : يا رسولَ اللهِ ، اليهودُ والنصارى ؟ قال : “فمَنْ” صحيح البخاري حديث ٧٣٢٠
Narrated Abu Sa`id Al-Khudri: The Prophet (ﷺ) said, “You will follow the ways of those nations who were before you, span by span and cubit by cubit (i.e., inch by inch) so much so that even if they entered a hole of a mastigure, you would follow them.” We said, “O Allah’s Messenger (ﷺ)! (Do you mean) the Jews and the Christians?” He said, “Whom else?” Sahih al-Bukhari 7320 In-book reference : Book 96, Hadith 50 USC-MSA web (English) reference : Vol. 9, Book 92, Hadith 422
How do I get there?
여기 어떻게 가요?
(Yeo-gee eo-tteok-ae ga-yo?)
I didn’t understand
못 알아 들었어요
(Mot al-a deul-ot-o-yo)
How much is it?
Can you recommend me something?
뭐 하나 추천해주시겠어요?
(Ma-shit-eo-yo) or (ma-shi-eo-yo) either way you guys are comfortable with :)
I can only speak a little bit of Korean
한국어 조금만 할수 있어요
(Han-kook-eo jo-geum-man Hal-Soo-it-eo-yo)
Little- 조금 (jo-geum)
A lot- 많이 (man-ee)
Thank you- 감사합니다 (gam-sa-hap-nee-da)
It’s ok/it’s ok- 괜찮아요 (Gwen-chan-a-yo)
No- 싫어요 (used when you don’t want to do something) <shil-eo-yo> 아니요 (used when your just saying no to a question) <ah-nee-yo>
Yes- 네 (nae)
Your welcome- 천만해요 (chun-man-hae-yo)
Finally done with this one… Today’s might be a little hard to pronounce so I’ll go over it in the vid…. I put everything in here in formal because you don’t want to speak informal I Korea or else you’ll be mistaken as if you didn’t learn manners…always ask me more useful phrases that you guys thought about!
¿Usted ha llegando a llorar escribiendo un capítulo? Es más ¿usted ha llegado a llorar leyendo algún libro? Si es así ¿cuál es? (Para leerlo y llorar un poco). Ah, ya extrañaba molestarla, a parte del Facebook, ahí le jodo la vida las 24/7 pero aquí es más divertido~
El capitulo de Geminis~ recuerdo haber derramado su par de lagrimas XD Pero nunca me había pasado que derrame tantas lagrimas con el de Sagitario, ademas de tener una cantidad de Spoiler bastante grande.
Y pensar que lo iba a hacer liviano lol
Nunca he llorado con un libro, quizá con un fic de Osomatsu-san y otro de Hetalia, pero nada mas. ¡Yo lloro con las películas XD!
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is it at all common for those with adhd to cycle through interests fairly quickly? I'll be basically obsessed with something for a few hours/days/weeks (hobbies, shows, movies, books etc.), unable to shut up about it lol, and then move on to the next thing, only occasionally coming back to certain interests. It means I never really get to progress or improve with things I'm seriously interested in which is definitely frustrating. Would love to hear thoughts on this!
Yup, this is incredibly common. On the bright side, it means we’re pretty dang knowledgeable about the things we’re interested in since we become saturated in the few days that we’re really focused.
Things I have been interested in over the years:
autism (this lasted for many years, waxing and waning with time)
guinea pigs (pretty constant for most of my life)
cross stitching (intense for a couple of months and now I pull out a project once in a while as something to do)
knitting (same as cross stitching)
Celtic knots (really intense for a few months and then I was done; pulled out again a few years later but it didn’t stick)
There are, for example, things I would like to be able to do with the knotwork in particular, that I simply never learned and probably never will learn. On the other hand, I am full of weird knowledge about guinea pigs!
And of course my ongoing interest for the last 10+ years has been ADHD (since my diagnosis) but I think that’s understandable. :)
We (as humans) like to group things into categorise, and we do it with almost everything we come across. We do it here with terms like ‘hyperfocus’ and ‘special interests’. However, this doesn’t mean that all your experiences will always fall neatly into these two categories.
I know that there have been plenty of times when I’ve hyperfocused on something for couple of hours, only for it to turn into a special interest for about 2 or 3 days, and then forgotten or abandoned.
If you’re looking for a way to build a greater skill set in just one area, my advice would be to start attending classes. I find that having an external structure and time dedicated to that one thing makes it much easier for me to sustain my interest in something for a longer period of time.