Korean Word: 하다
Romanization: ha da
English Meaning: 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)

Word Forms: 하 (ha), 하여 (ha yuh), 하였 (ha yut), 한 (han), 할 (hal), 합 (hap), 해 (he), 했 (het)

Example Sentences:

일본어 잘해요.
il bon uh jal he yo.
I can speak Japanese well.
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저는 한국말을 못 합니다.
juh neun han gook mal eul mot hap ni da.
I don't speak Korean.
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여기서 좌회전 하세요.
yuh gi suh jwa hwe jun ha se yo.
Turn left here.
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sa rang he yo.
I love you (someone or something).
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그 여자는 유명세 때문에 자만해졌다는 것을 인정합니다.
geu yuh ja neun yoo myung se te moon e ja man he jyut da neun gut eul in jung hap ni da.
She admits fame has gone to her head.
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그 사람은 부모 말을 듣지 않고 자기 고집대로 합니다.
geu sa ram eun boo mo mal eul deut ji an go ja gi go jip de ro hap ni da.
He does what he wants regardless of what his parents say.
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생각을 좀 해 봐야 할 것 같습니다.
seng gak eul jom he bwa ya hal gut gat seup ni da.
There were a lot of new impressions to digest.
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