English Sentence:

Not many people in the world can speak Swedish.

Korean Translation:

세계에서 스웨덴어를 할 수 있는 사람들은 많지 않아요.

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세계

se ge

world

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에서

e suh

at, from (particle after place or time)

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스웨덴

seu we den

Sweden

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uh

1. language 2. fish 3. (particle to make a question, casual tone) 4. (particle to finish a sentence, casual tone) 5. by 6. (connector between predicates) 7. What?, Excuse me? (casual tone) 8. Oh! or Err..(filler) 9. Yes (casual tone)

Here: language

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reul

(object particle, equivalent to '을', it comes after a noun without a bottom consonant)

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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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수 있다

soo it da

can

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neun

1. (subject particle) 2. (particle to add emphasis) 3. (particle after a verb to modify a noun, present tense) 4. (verb ending for present tense)

Here: (particle after a verb to modify a noun, present tense)

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사람

sa ram

person, human

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deul

(particle after noun to make plural)

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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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많다

man ta

many, a lot

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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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않다

an ta

to be not, to do not

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yo

1. (statement ending in polite tone) 2. (question ending in polite tone) 3. (suggestion ending in polite tone, "let's")

Here: (particle after verb to finish sentence in semi-polite tone)

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