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Anonymous asked in Society & CultureLanguages · 9 years ago

How to say "I only know basic Korean" in korean?

Bear with me. i'm still learning. hahahah.

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  • 9 years ago
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    I don't want to be all correcting but the two answers above seem to be gotten of a translator and I'm sorry if it isn't. The way to say "I only know basic Korean" in Korean is

    Informal - 기본적인 한국어만 알아 Gee-bohn-juck-een han-****-uh-mahn a-rah

    'g' as 'give' not 'gem' and roll the 'r' in 'rah' like when you

    say 'senora'

    Formal - 기본적인 한국어만 알아요 Same as the above just put 'yo' at the end.

    Source(s): I'm Korean.
  • 9 years ago

    nan danji jal algo gibonjeog-in hangug-eoleul

    if you are studding korean, then i recommend you go to this site http://www.jcafe24.net/index.php/topic,14132.0.htm...

    it has an amazing story with 30 volume (korean) and people translate it and stuff..

  • 9 years ago

    난 단지 잘 알고 기본적인 한국어를 - nan danji jal algo gibonjeog-in hangug-eoleul

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