How do you respond to Araso? (2024)

How do you respond to Araso?

Araso – 아랐어

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Does araso mean okay?

Araso/Arasseo - It means I got it, I see, I understood it. Or it can mean something like, "Ok, I'll do it" depending on the situation. Araso also mean ALRIGHT, I AGREE and any more. Depending of what situation the speaker is into.

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What is the meaning of Araso?

It is written as 알았어, so its Korean romanization is also often written as “arasseo.” This is an informal way of saying “okay” or “I know” in Korean.

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What is the meaning of Arraseo?

Arraseo/ Ara (arasu) = Okay/ I understand.

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What is Imnida in Korean?

입니다 (Imnida) is the word meaning “to be” so unlike English, you have to put your name in the middle of the sentence. So for example, my name is Jaehwi, so I can say - 제 이름은 Jae 입니다. (Je ireumeun Jaehwi imnida.) "My name is Jaehwi."

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What does Hamnida mean in Korean?

"Hamnida" (합니다) is a Korean word that translates to "to do" or "to make" in English.

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Is Aigoo a swear word?

(aigo!). It's a similar expression to “Oh my!” in English, although more commonly used by older ladies rather than men or younger folk.

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Is Arasseo informal?

알았어 (arasseo) is the informal version of the phrase 알았어요 (Arasseoyo) without the polite ending “요” and it means “I know” in Korean. You can use them with friends, siblings, and people younger than you.

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Why is saying you in Korean bad?

Korea is still a vertical society based on Confucian values, and when you talk to someone, the language you use is dependent on seniority. You should never address a person older than yourself by name or as “you” since doing so implies equality.

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What does Aigoo mean?

Based on google translate, the word “Aigoo (아이구)” literally means “Oops” But honestly, it can be used in various of scenarios such as: “Aigoo, you scared me” (OMG) “Aigoo, that dress is awful” (Oh no)

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What is Yeoboseyo mean?

여보세요 • (yeoboseyo) hello (when asking or answering the telephone)

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Does ne mean yes in Korean?

There are two formal ways to say “yes” in Korean. The one you might think of first is 네[ne]. But actually, the first official standard Korean word for “yes” is 예[ye]. Did you know that 네[ne] only became standard in 1988?

How do you respond to Araso? (2024)
What does saranghaeyo imnida mean?

Male to older female = 누나 사랑해요 (una saranghaeyo) 사랑합니다 (sarang-hamnida) = I love you (formal) The most formal I love you.

Is it Ida or Imnida?

입니다 (imnida) is the copula conjugated into the present tense, and in the formal politeness level. To conjugate 이다 (ida) we take the dictionary form of the copula 이다 (ida) and remove 다 (da) to get the verb stem, 이 (i).

Do Koreans say sorry?

Standard “I'm Sorry” in Korean

The first word is 죄송해요 (joesonghaeyo). But keep in mind that when saying sorry, like saying thank you, people often use a level of politeness higher than they would normally. Therefore, often it is better to say 죄송합니다 (joesonghamnida) rather than 죄송해요 (joesonghaeyo).

What does chogi mean in Korean?

/chogi/ 1. beginning. singular noun. The beginning of a period of time is the time at which it starts.

What is yokshi in Korean?

역시 • (yeoksi) (hanja 亦是) too, also. just as expected. after all. the same as before.

Is daebak a bad word?

Like “awesome”, daebak is an exclamatory word that young people use to say that something (an idea, a movie, a band) is great.

Do Koreans say Omo?

Omo. Instead of oh my gosh, Koreans say, omo, a word used when the person is shocked.

What is Jinja in Korean?

"Jin-jja" (진짜) is a Korean word that means "really" or "truly". It is often used to express emphasis or sincerity in a s.

Are you kidding me in Korean formal?

Jangnanhae? 장난해? Are you kidding me?

What is chagiya in Korean?

Just like 여보 (yeobo), 자기 (jagi) and 자기야 (jagiya) are also spelled in different ways in English, such as “chagiya” or “chagi.” Nonetheless, they all mean “honey” in Korean.

What is the most common Korean curse word?

씨발 [ssi-bal] : damn

It is the most common curse word in Korean. It is so widely and extensively used that the original meaning is forgotten. Its original meaning is "prostitute" or "incest.” But somehow, it is used in the same way as "damn" in English.

What does Naya mean in Korean?

The Korean phrase 나야 (naya), meaning “It's me,” is commonly used among friends. Feel free to use it when the call receiver knows you well, instead of telling him or her who you are.

What is a Shibal in Korean?

Shibal is a Korean word that means "devil." It is used to describe someone who is evil or wicked.

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