English Sentence:

His dream is to swim with dolphins once.

Korean Translation:

그의 꿈은 돌고래와 같이 수영을 한번 해보는 겁니다.

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geu

1. he, him, his (written) 2. the, that

Here: the, that

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eui

1. (particle after noun to make possessive, 'of') 2. clinic, hospital (hanja) 3. clothing (hanja)

Here: (particle after noun to make possessive, 'of')

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koom

dream, wish

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eun

1. (subject particle) 2. (particle to add emphasis) 3. (particle after a verb to modify a noun, past tense) 4. (particle after an adjective to modify a noun, present tense) 5. (verb ending for present tense) 6. silver

Here: (subject particle)

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돌고래

dol go re

dolphin

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wa

1. with 2. and 3. wow (sound of exclamation)

Here: with

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같이

ga chi

1. together 2. like (+noun)

Here: together

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수영

soo yung

swimming

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eul

1. (object particle) 2. (particle in verb to add meaning of 'perhaps') 3. (particle after a verb or an adjective to modify a noun, future tense)

Here: (object particle)

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한번

han bun

one time

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하다

ha da

1. to do 2. to be (+ adjective or noun to describe something) 3. to have to, must 4. (after verb to tell how another person feels) 5. to say, to speak (short version)

Here: to do

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보다

bo da

1. to see, to look at, to watch 2. to try -ing 3. than (in comparison) 4. to take (a test) 5. (particle to add meaning of intention) 6. (particle to add meaning of experience) 7. (particle to add meaning of personal guess)

Here: to try -ing

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는 것

neun gut

1. (particle used to make a gerund or an infinitive) 2. that (conjunction)

Here: (particle used to make a gerund or an infinitive)

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니다

ni da

(statement ending in formal tone)

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