먼저 First, Before Someone/Something
August 26, 2009 by tailieutienghan
먼저 (meonjeo) means, “first” or “before” someone or something. We can use 먼저 (meonjeo) to indicate the order of certain actions or to start a speech or conversation. When we use it to start a speech, it's understood as “before anything” or “first of all.”
- 먼저 (meonjeo) + 가 (ga) = “first” + “you go”
“You go first.” (“I'll go after you.”)
- 먼저, 와 주셔서 감사합니다
meonjeo, wa jusyeoseo gamsahamnida
“First of all, thank you for coming.”
1.먼저, 할 말이 있어요.
Meonjeo, hal mal-i isseoyo.
First, I have something to tell you.
2. 먼저 말해.
You say it first.
You go out first.
4. 먼저 하기 싫어.
Meonjeo hagi sireo.
I don't want to do it first.
5. 먼저 갈게.
I'm leaving first (before you).
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