ASL/Korean/Spanish/Japanese – ‘Lesson’ 1

Lesson 1
Some starter words.


ASL: Yes
K: Ye ((Yay)) Also Nay
S: Si ((see))
J: hai  ((sounds like you’re saying “high”))

K: Anio (Ah-nyoe)
S: No
J: Ie ((ee-eh)) 

ASL: Name
K: Irum ((ee-room))
S: Nombre ((nom-breh)
J: Namae ((na-ma-eh)) 

ASL: This Week
K: I chuil ((ee-chuu-eel))
To say Next Week would say Nae chuil ((Nay-chuu-eel))
ALSO Ta um chuil ((tah-oom-chu-eel))
S: Esta semana ((eh-sta seh-ma-na))
J: Konshuu ((kon-shoo)) 

ASL: Today (I prefer the full version, Now and Day)
K: Onul ((oh-nule))
Onul (today) Pam ((bbahm))(night) would be Tonight
ALSO onul chonyok ((oh-nule-chone-yoak))
S: Hoy ((oi)) (in Spanish the “H” is always silent)
J: Kyou ((key-ou)) 

ASL: Tomorrow
K: Naeil (Nay-eel)
Naeil Ach’im ((ah-cheem))(morning)- Tomorrow Morning
S: Mañana ((ma-nya-na)) (the ñ always makes a “nya” sound)
J: Ashita ((ah-shi-ta)) Asu ((ah-suu))

ASL: Yesterday
K: Oje (I remember this by think yesterday I drank oj)
Oje Bahm – Last Night
S: Ayer ((ah-yehr))
J: Kinou ((key-nou)) 

ASL: Who Here again I’ve been doing the version in my book, which the link says is the old version.
K: Nugu ((Nuu-gu))
S: Quien ((key-ehn))
J: Dare ((dah-reh)) 

ASL: What I have been using the dictionary version for what, but I’ve hear twice now that they dont teach that in actual classes.
K: Muot ((muu-aht)) It’s useful that the pronounciation sounds almost exactly like the english word.
Sometimes just Eh? ((ey)) Suggests what.
S: Que ((keh))
J: Nani ((nah-nee)) 

ASL: Where 
K: Odiso (ah-dee-soe)
S: Donde ((don-deh))
J: Doko ((doh-koh)) 

ASL: When
K: Onje ((ahn-jeh))
S: Cuando ((coo-wand-oh))
J: Itsu ((ee-tsoo)) 

ASL:I’m Home!
K:Tanyowassumnida! ((Tahn-yo-wah-ssume-nee-dah))
S: Ya llegue ((yah yeh-geh)) ((“ll” always makes a “y” sound) this phrase literally means “I arrived”, most hispanics just announce their arrival because the ” being at home” part is obvious and understood))
J: Tadaima ((tah-dah-ee-mah))

(Because I love how this one sounds in Korean)
E: Never Mind
K: Yomnyo mashipshio
S: Olvidalo ((ohl-vee-dah-loh)) (literally means “forget it”)
J: Nande mo nai ((nah-neh mo nah-ee)) 

Disclaimer: The Korean and the Japanese MAY not be 100% correct.
Please feel free to comment revisions if necessary!

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