Welcome to the 11th episode of “How Do You Say This in Korean?”! In this series, teacher 경화 (Kyung-hwa) will be joined by a co-host of her choice each week to answer some listener questions. The questions we will be answering in this series are mainly about how to say certain things in Korean.
How do you say “Would you like to grab a bite or have a meal?” in Korean?
= 밥 먹을래? [bap meo-geul-lae?] (informal)
식사하시겠어요? [sik-sa-ha-si-ge-sseo-yo?] (formal)
How do you say “What are you talking about?” in Korean?
= 무슨 말하는 거야? / 무슨 얘기하는 거야?
[mu-seun ma-ra-neun geo-ya?] / [mu-seun yae-gi-ha-neun geo-ya?]
How do you say “What do you mean?” in Korean?
= 무슨 뜻이에요? / 무슨 말이에요?
[mu-seun tteu-si-e-yo?] / [mu-seun ma-ri-e-yo?]
How do you say “I can speak Arabic.”in Korean?
= (저는) 아랍어 할 줄 알아요.
[(jeo-neun) a-ra-beo hal jul a-ra-yo.]
How do you say “I’m so busy right now.” in Korean?
= (저) 지금 너무 바빠요.
[(jeo) ji-geum neo-mu ba-ppa-yo.]
How do you say “You are a luncky/unlucky person.” in Korean?
= 너는 운이 좋은/나쁜 사람이야.
[neo-neun u-ni jo-eun/na-ppeun sa-ra-mi-ya.]
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