Test Your Korean - Basic Greetings

12 Questions  I  By Talktomeinkorean
    This quiz tests your knowledge about   some of the most basic greetings in the Korean language.   For more free Korean lessons, visit TalkToMeInKorean. Com.     There are 12 questions in this quiz.     If you have any questions about Korean,    ask at http://facebook. Com/talktomeinkorean.

  
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1.  What does 감사합니다 [gam-sa-ham-ni-da] mean? 
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2.  What does 오랜만이에요 [o-raen-ma-ni-e-yo] mean?
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3.  Which of the following has the most similar meaning to 감사합니다 [gam-sa-ham-ni-da]?
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4.  What does 내일 봐요 [nae-il bwa-yo] mean?
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5.  Which of these expressions can you NOT use when you meet someone for the first time?
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6.  Many Korean people use the expression "Have you eaten?" as a greeting when it's around meal times. Which of these expressions does NOT mean "Have you eaten?"
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7.  How do you say "Good night." in formal Korean?
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8.  Do you know how to say "I missed you." in Korean?
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9.  "Long time no see." in Korean is 오랜만이에요 [o-raen-ma-ni-e-yo.]. Which part means "long time"?
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10.  "See you next time." is 다음에 봐요 [da-eu-me bwa-yo] in Korean. Which part means "next time"?
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11.  Which is the most natural answer for "잘 지냈어요? [jal ji-nae-sseo-yo?]"?
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12.  Which is the most natural answer for "감사합니다 [gam-sa-ham-ni-da]"?
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Quiz Comments (14)
고맙습니다
yeees 100% i m so happy i know it's anly basics but I feel so happy 감사합니다
hohoho i've got 100 correct score .. well.. for the basic
At first I thought like this too but if you look closely the question asks to choose the past form which is bogoshiposoyo.
That's really easy.I've got 100 points out of 100. I wish I knew more Korean though.
8 has only one answer becuase it asks as ''missed you'' not ''miss you''
I think there is a difference in tense. bo-go si-peo-sseo-yo is 'I did miss you' and bo-go si-peo-yo is I miss you now, so the first one is they've gone and returned and the second is they left and haven't come back yet
Yes .bascially i got al right ..but click on wrong one by mistake
the test was really easy. I got 100. I'm from Iran and i think Korean has same points with Persian.
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