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Sunday, October 10, 2010

Jom belajar Bahasa Korea!

MALAY-KOREA


Hello : an-nyeong-ha-se-yo
selamat tinggal (I remain) : an-nyeong-hi ka-se-yo
selamat tinggal (I leave.) : an-nyeong-hi kye-se-yo
Good-day (general) : an-nyeong-ha-se-yo
selamat malam : an-nyeong-hi ju-mu-se-yo
gembira bertemu awak : ban-gap seum-ni-da
jawab melalui telefon (seperti hello) : yobo-sayo
Goodbye to friends : ann-yonng (it feels good if your kids say this to you)
Yes : ye or ne
tidak : a-ni-yo
baik : jo-seum-ni-da
jahat : na-peum-ni-da
saya tak suka : sil-seum-ni-da
Terima kasih : kam-sa-ham-ni-da
terima kasih banyak2 : tae-dan-hi kam-sa-ham-ni-da
sama-sama : cheon-ma-ne-yo
tolong : je-bal
tolong saya : jom do-wa-ju-se-yo
saya harap tolong : ju-se-yo
Excuse me : je-song-ham-ni-da or shilae?ham-ni-da
saya tak paham : jal mo-reu-get-sum-ni-da or mul-ay-oh
cam mne awk ckp dlm [English]? : i-geo-seul [yeong-eo]-ro meo-ra-go ham-ni-ka
bole awk cakap [English]? : [yeong-eo]-ro mal-hal-su it-seum-ni-ka
sape nama awk? : -reu-mi mu-eo-sim-ni-ka
awk ape kabar? : eo-teo-ke ji-nae-sim-ni-ka
tandas kt mne? : hwa-jang-sil-i eo-di i-sum-ni-ka
saya minta maaf : mi-yan-ham-ni-da
tolong diam : cho-yong-ee-hae
jgn sentuh aku : man-jee-jee-marr
jgn wat cam tu : hudge-ii mar
ini: ee-go
negara : na-ra
besar : kun
menarik : hul-ryung-han
sgt menarik : a-sa
Korean : han-gul (mal)
English : yeong-eo
French : bul-eo
German : dok-il-eo
Chinese : chung-kuk-eo
saya : na
kami : u-ri (bukan uri yg korang sangkakn)
awk (singular, familiar) : neo
awk (singular, formal) : dang-sin
awk (plural, familiar) : neo-hi-deul
awk (plural, formal) : yeo-reo-bun
mereka : keu-deul
nama : i-rum
Amerika (person) : mi-guk
kanada (person) : kanada
korea (person) : han-guk
foreigner : wae-guk
cikgu : saeg-sing-nim
pelajar : hak-saeng
isteri : a-nae
suami : nam-pyeon
ank pompuan : ttal
ank lelaki : adeul
kakak/ibu : omma (if you are a child), o-mmo-ni (if you are an adult)
abang: oppa <ayah:appa
kawan : chin-gu


ENG-KOREA


How much does it cost? : eol-ma-im-ni-ka
What is this? : i-go-seun mu-eo-sim-na-ka
I'll buy it : i-go-seul sa-ge-seum-ni-da
Too expensive (The price is too high.) : neo-mu bi-ssa-yo
Could you lower the price? (Give me a discount, please.) : jom kka-kka-ju-se-yo
stamp : u-pyo
a little : jo-geum
a lot : ma-ni
all : mo-du
breakfast : a-chim
lunch : jeom-sim
dinner : jeo-nyeok
Cheers! : geon-bae
Please bring the bill : kye-san-seo jom su-sip-si-yo
bread : ppang
coffee : coffee
tea : cha
juice : juice
water : mul
beer : maek-ju
wine : po-do-ju
salt : so-geum
pepper : hu-chu
meat : go-gi
beef : so-go-gi
pork : dae-ji-go-gi
fish : saeng-seon
vegetable : chae-so
fruit : kwa-il
salad : salad
dessert : hu-sik
ice cream : ice cream
Where is [Seoul station]? : [Seoul-yeok]-i eo-di-e i-seup-ni-ka
How much is the fare? : yo-geum-i eol-ma-im-ni-ka
ticket : pyo
One ticket to [Seoul] please : Seoul-ro ga-neun pyo han-jang ju-sip-si-yo
Where are you going? : eo-di-e ga-sim-ni-ka
Where do you live? : eo-di-e sa-sim-ni-ka
train : gi-cha
bus : bus
subway : ji-ha-cheol
airport : gong-hang
train station : ji-cha-yeok
bus station : bus jeong-geo-jang
subway station : jeon-cheol-yeok
hotel : hotel
room : bang
reservation : ye-yak
Are there any vacancies for [tonight]? : [o-neul-bam] bin-bang eop-seum-ni-ka
passport : yeo-kwon
Stop here : yog-ee-o (for halting a taxi etc.)
kiri : wen-chok
kanan : o-reun-chok
lurus : ddok-ba-ro
atas : wi-ro
bawah : a-re-ro
far : meon
near : ga-ka-un
panjang : gin
pendek : chal-beun
map : ji-do
tourist information center(office) : gwan-gang an-ne-so
sini : yyog-ee
sana : chog-ee
Post office : u-che-guk
Muzium : bak-mul-kwan
Bank : eun-haeng
Police station : gyong-chal-seo
Hospital : byeong-won
farmasi, Chemist : yak-guk
Store, Kedai : ga-gye
Restoran : sik-dang
sekolah : hak-gyon
gereja : gyo-hye
bilik istirahat : hwa-jang-sil
Street : gil
gunung : san
Hill : eon-deok
Lake : ho-su
sungai : gang
Swimming Pool : su-yeong-jang
Tower : tap
Bridge : da-ri
Entertainment room : bang, P.C bang (computer room), nori-bang (singing room)
What time is it? : myeot-si-im-ni-ka
eight forty-five (8:45) : yeo-deol-si sa-sip-o-bun
a quarter till nine (8:45) : a-hop-si sip-o-bun-jeon
four fifteen (4:15) : ne-si sip-o-bun-jeon
a quarter past four (4:15) : ne-si sip-o-bun-jeon
ten thirty (10:30) : yeol-si sam-sip-bun
half past ten (10:30) : yeol-si ban
day : il
week : ju
month : wol
year : nyeon
today : o-neul
yesterday : eo-je
tomorrow : ne-il
birthday : saeng-il
Happy birthday! : saeng-il chuk-ha-ham-ni-da
Monday : wol-yo-il
Tuesday : hwa-yo-il
Wednesday : su-yo-il
Thursday : mok-yo-il
Friday : keum-yo-il
Saturday : to-yo-il
Sunday : il-yo-il
January : il-wol
February : i-wol
March : sam-wol
April : sa-wol
May : o-wol
June : yuk-wol
July : chil-wol
August : pal-wol
September : gu-wol
October : sip-wol
November : sip-il-wol
December : sip-i-wol
spring : bom
summer : yeo-reum
fall (autumn) : ga-eul
winter : gyeo-ul

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5 comments:

  1. kat UTM pun ada sediakan kos bahas aasing tp Ms x amik...em tgk movie korea jer belajar dari situ hehe^^

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  2. mak aiiii. berrrrrrrderet². banyak nye! ;)

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