barbielle_angel, on Feb 23 2006 2 00 AM, said:
hi sweet angel!!
(ar-dar) --> is it like 알아 or ara? arasso, arachi..
i hear these words all the time everytime i watch korean movie/drama series.
dont know if i spelled it correctly though!
No i think is ar-dar. Ara-chi means Understand or got it. Arasso (I think you spell it in the wrong way) Is (Ar-dar-so) It means yes i understand or i got it.
Lucky_Doraemon, on Feb 23 2006 3 45 AM, said:
"chouer"? chu ar? not sure how u spell it.............or even how it's suppose to sound in the first place
Chu ar? Hmm i think it means enough? or also or and. Arr i must remember. Have to ask. I will write again.
When you are at the restuarant in Korea.
Im sure the waiter ask you: [Eoseo o-si-psio. My-e-ot-ppu-ni-si-ji-yo?] Means: Good evening. How many people?
Your answer: [Du my-e-ong-ie-yo.] means Two. For example.
Waiter: [Geumyeonseogeul won-ha-sim-nik-ka?] means: Non-smoking?
Your answer: (Ne) or (dae) means Yes, please.
Waiter: I-jjo-ge-u-ro an-je-u-sip-si-yo. Means: This way, please.
Waiter: Men-yu yeo-gi is-se-um-ni-da. Means: Here is your menu.
You: Mwoga masitjjyo?. Means: What do you recommend?
Waiter: Bul-go-gi-wa gal-bi-ga ma-sis-se-um-ni-da. O-e-guk bun-de-u-re-un bi-bimbap-tto jo-a-ha-se-yo. Means: I would like to recommend bulgogi and galbi. Foreigners enjoy bi-bim-bap, also.
Your answer for example: Ge-u-re-om, bi-bim-ba-be-ul ju-se-yo. Means: We’ll try bibimbap, then.
Ne-o-mu mae-pjji an-ke hae ju-se-yo. (jjaji an-ke hae ju-se-yo) Means: Could you make it less spicy? (jjaji an-ke hae ju-se-yo) Means: Could you make it less salty?
Ge-u-ri-go po-ke-u jom ju-se-yo? Means: Oh, and could you bring us some forks?
Waiter: Al-gy-es-se-um-ni-da. Means: Yes, we’ll do that for you.
Hu-sik-eun mu-e-o-se-u-ro (use your tounge here) ha-si-gy-es-se-um-nik-ka? Keo-pi-wa nok-cha-ga is-se-um-ni-da. Means: And what would you like for dessert ? We have coffee and green tea.
Your answer: Nok-cha-ro ju-se-yo. Means: Green tea, please.
My-e-ot-ppun? Means: How many people?
Nok-cha. Means Grenn Tea.
Keo-pe. Means: Coffee.
Po-ke-u. Means: Fork.
Ma-ep-tta. Means: Spicy.
Edited by SweeT Angel, 22 February 2006 - 07:50 PM.