3 years ago
traveller
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Saying "Thank You" in Korean
So you can say "Hello" - but we all know that's not going to get you very far! To make sure you stay in everyone's good graces, the next word you need to learn is "Thank You"! In Korean, "Thank You" is 감사합니다 and is pronounced "gam-sa hap-ni-da". When saying it, the 'g' takes on a cross between a g/k sound which can be a little tricky in the beginning~ Like most Korean phrases, it can be broken down into parts; 감사 [gam-sa] means 'appreciation, gratefulness' 합니다 [hap-ni-da] is the polite version of the present tense form of the 하다 [ha-da] verb which means 'to do'. This is the best way to say "thank you" to someone. There are more informal ways (which I will post about later) but to be on the safe side, it is best to use 감사합니다. Well Done~ That's another phrase you can now say in Korean!
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Maybe I should start learning Korean too?? Haha
3 years ago·Reply
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This is always the first word I try to lean in a new language :)
3 years ago·Reply
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@nokcha and now you have it in Korean too! ^^
3 years ago·Reply