English Sentence:

Excuse me, I didn't understand you.

Korean Translation:

죄송하지만, 말씀하신 것을 잘 이해하지 못했습니다.

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죄송하다

jwue song ha da

sorry (polite), regrettable

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지만

ji man

(particle after verb to add meaning of 'however')

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말씀

mal seum

words (polite tone), remarks

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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 (short version)

Here: to do

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shi

1. hour, time, o'clock 2. (particle in verb to add politeness) 3. city, town 4. (particle in noun to add meaning of 'in-law') 5. poem 6. to see (hanja)

Here: (particle in verb to add politeness)

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gut

1. thing, object 2. (particle used to make a gerund, verb-ing) 3. that, which, what (relative pronoun) 4. to + infinitive

Here: what, the thing which (used to create noun phrases)

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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: (particle after object word)

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jal

very well

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이해

i he

understanding, comprehension

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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 (short version)

Here: to do

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ji

1. (particle before negative word or question) 2. (particle to finish sentence, casual tone) 3. right? (confirming) 4. paper 5. land, area 6. since, from the time that 7. (particle to connect a question phrase) 8. intelligence

Here: (particle before negative word or question)

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mot

1. not, not being able to 2. nail (hardware) 3. pond

Here: not, not being able to

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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 (short version)

Here: to be (+ adjective or noun to describe something)

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seup

(particle in verb to add politeness, formal)

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니다

ni da

(statement ending in formal tone)

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