karmaplace wrote:Hey, I'm wondering if anyone knows anything about some 사투리. I'm living in 경북도 right now and have picked up a few things, but I'm looking to see if anyone knows any from any other province (or could teach me more 경북 사투리).
What I've picked up here:
나 (I) -> 내 (not sure on the spelling of this one)
너 (you) -> 니
니 [question ending] -> 노
너 뭐해? -> 니 머하노?
kid2kiddo wrote:There's more than one kind of 사투리 in Korea. There's one by regions. The Seoul speak is called Standard speach, 표준어, and in Pusan we have 경상남도 싸투리, which is what I speak. speaking 사투리 isn't all about the words, but also about inflections in speech. Karmaplace's example is from pusan/kyoungsangnamdo 사투리. The one polishboy is talking about I think is the Junlanamdo saturi. Having been raised in Pusan, I use saturi without thinking. I really have to think about how I say things when I try to speak to Koreans from other regions.
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