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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.
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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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