English Sentence:

"How old are you?" asked the policeman. "Fourteen," said the boy.

Korean Translation:

"몇 살이니?" 경찰관이 물었습니다. 소년은 "14살이에요" 라고 대답했습니다.

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myut

1. how many 2. a number of 3. a few 4. what (+noun)

Here: how many

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sal

1. age (years old) 2. body fat 3. meat 4. flesh

Here: age (years old)

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이다

i da

1. to be (+ adjective or noun to describe something) 2. (particle in verb to add meaning of passivity)

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

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ni

1. you (casual tone) 2. (particle after verb or adjective to add meaning of reason, 'because', 'because of') 3. (particle to finish a question, very casual tone, between close friends or to younger people) 4. (particle that connects one fact to the other)

Here: (particle to finish a question, very casual tone, between close friends or to younger people)

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경찰관

gyung chal gwan

policeman

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이다

i da

1. to be (+ adjective or noun to describe something) 2. (particle in verb to add meaning of passivity)

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

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mool

1. water, liquid 2. thing, substance

Here: water, liquid

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ut

(particle in verb to add meaning of past)

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니다

ni da

(statement ending in formal tone)

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소년

so nyun

boy

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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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열넷

yul net

fourteen, 14 (hangeul)

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sal

1. age (years old) 2. body fat 3. meat 4. flesh

Here: age (years old)

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이다

i da

1. to be (+ adjective or noun to describe something) 2. (particle in verb to add meaning of passivity)

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

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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: (statement ending in polite tone)

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라고

ra go

that (conjunction)

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대답하다

de dap ha da

to reply, to answer

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니다

ni da

(statement ending in formal tone)

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