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1. How do you say 'When did you arrive?' in Korean?
2. Korean and English are very different languages but certain expressions are almost exactly alike. How do you say 'Long time no see.' in Korean?
3. 'a-i-dul-eun geon-gang ha-ji-yo?' means what when translated into English?
4. Koreans are often surprised when you can speak Korean, if only a little, and will surely complement you by saying - 'You speak Korean very well.' How do you say this in Korean?
5. Another difference between Korean and English is word order. English is a S/V/O (subject/verb/object) word order. Korean is a S/O/V word order. To help Korean uses something called 'word markers' to make things easier. Which of the following isn't a 'word marker' used in Korean?
6. Korea has an ancient history and culture that often conflicts with the image of a high-tech Asian Tiger economy. Korean culture and language has existed continuously since the Gojoseon period in the Bronze Age. How many years ago is this?
7. How do you say 'Give me this book please' in Korean?
8. How do you say 'That movie was interesting'?
9. How do you say, 'I will go to the office.' in Korean?
10. How do you say 'I want to eat bulgogi.' in Korean?
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