Korean vocabulary with english translation

Korean Vocabulary
1. who – 누구 (nugu)
2. what – 뭐 (mwo)
3. where – 어디 (eodi)
4. when- 언제 (eonje)
5. why – 왜 (wae)
6. how – 어떻게[어떠케] (eotteohke)
7. how much – 얼마예요 (eolma yeyo)
8. which – 어느 (eoneu).
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Adverbs
1. a lot – 많이[마니] (manhi)[mani]
2. a little – 조금 (chogeum)
3. well – 잘 (chal)
4. badly – 못[몯] (mot)
5. only – 만 (man)
6. also – 도 (do)
7. very – 아주 (aju)
8. too (as in “too tall”) – 너무 (neomu)
9. too much – 너무 많이 (neomu manhi)
10. Like this – 이렇게 (ereoke)
11. Like this many- 이렇게 많이 (ereoke manhi)
12. more (know how to say “more … than …”) – 더 (deo)
13. less (know how to say “less … than …”) – 덜 (deol)
14. as … as … (e.g. “as tall as”) – 만큼 (mankeum)
15. most – 제일 (jeil)
16. least – 제일 (+ negative verb) (jeil)
17. better (literally “to be more good”) – 더 좋다 (deo chohda)
18. best (literally “to be most good”) – 제일 좋다 (jeil chohda)
19. worse – 더 나쁘다 (deo napeuda)
20. worst – 제일 나쁘다 (jeil napeuda)
21. now – 지금 (jigeum)
22. then – 그때 (geu ttae)
23. here – 여기 (yeogi)
24. “there”has two versions
there, close to you – 거기 (geogi)
over there, far from both speaker – 저기 (jeogi)
25. maybe – 아마 (ama)
26. always – 언제나 (eonjena)
27. usually – 보통 (botong)
28. often – 자주 (jaju)
29. sometimes – 가끔 (gakkeum)
30. Never – 절대 (jeoltte)
31. today – 오늘 (o neul)
32. yesterday – 어제 (eoje)
33. tomorrow – 내일 (nae il)
34. soon – 곧 (god)
35. almost – 거의 (geowi)
36. already – 이미 (imi)
37. still – 아직 (ajik)

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