사투리

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사투리

Postby karmaplace » 2009-04-09, 18:10

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
Example:
너 뭐해? -> 니 머하노?

Thanks!

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Re: 사투리

Postby Karavinka » 2009-04-10, 2:10

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
Example:
너 뭐해? -> 니 머하노?

Thanks!


While there is a related topic ( viewtopic.php?f=33&t=7771 ) here on the same forum, I noticed some of the links that I collected many years ago are now defunct and there might be more resources available now than then. Just one that I managed to find now:

http://yu.ac.kr/~koredu/dapsa/etc.htm

The link contains four sections, first three of which are related to the dialect in question. The dialect you're looking is an interesting one as it is probably the only one (AFAIK) which still retains tones. According to the link above, there are two tones which may be used to differentiate the homophones, "high" and "low" in Gyeongbuk.

I personally had little problem traveling in the region as I was generally able to understand pretty much everything, but being a Seoulite speaker, the natives of the region did a lot of "leveling" to conform to the standard speech. (My "heritage" dialect is Southwest.)
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Re: 사투리

Postby polishboy » 2009-04-11, 16:21

캉 = 랑.
로 = 를
이가 = 이/가
I have read those in WIkipedia.
but I think it rather would apply to Busan more.
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Re: 사투리

Postby kid2kiddo » 2009-05-17, 12:09

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Re: 사투리

Postby Myeong » 2009-08-04, 21:40

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.


That's really interesting, could you give us examples of how you say some basic sentences in 경상남도 싸투리? :D

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Re: 사투리

Postby Bluesoju » 2009-09-04, 4:05

니 isn't exactly 사투리.. it's also used by Seoul people because saying 내가 and 네가 sounds the same, so instead of 네가 people say 니가.

For anyone interested, here is some 사투리, altough it's still under construction and needs to be sorted:
http://www.koreanwikiproject.com/wiki/i ... y:Dialects


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