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Lesson 3 - Learning how to say the Countries of the World Lesson




Lesson 3: Learning how to say the Countries of the World

Lesson created by Timmy McCarty

The following are the words in Korean of how to say all the different countries in the world.

Argentina---A-reu-hen-ti-na (Ah-roo-hen-tee-na)

Australia---Ho-ju (Hoh-chu)

Austria---O-sue-teu-ri-a (Oh-suu-too-ree-ah)

Belgium---Pel-gi-e (Pel-gee-eh)

Bolivia---Pol-li-bi-a (Pol-lee-bee-ah)

Brazil---Peu-ra-jil (Poo-rah-jeel)

Burma---Peo-ma (Poh-mah)

Canada---Kae-na-da (Kay-nah-dah)

Chile---Chil-le (Cheel-lay)

People's Republic of China---Chung-hwa in-min kong-hwa-guk/ Chung-gong (Chung-hwah-een-meen-kong-hwa-gook/Chung-gong)

Republic of China (Taiwan)---Chung-hwa min-guk/Tae-man (Chung-hwah-meen-gook/Tay-mahn)

Colombia---Kol-lom-bi-a (Kohl-lome-bee-ah)

Czechoslovakia---Chek-o-seul-lo-ba-ki-a/che-ko (Chek-oh-sule-loh-bak-kee-ah/Chek-ko)

Denmark---Den-ma-ko (Dehn-mah-koh)

Ecuador---Ek-kwa-do-reu (Ek-kwah-doh-roo)

Egypt---I-jip-teu (Ee-jeep-too)

England---Yeong-guk (Yong-gook)

Finland---Pil-lan-deu (Peel-lan-duu)

France---Peu-rang-seu/Pul-lan-seo (Poo-rang-suu/Pool-lan-soh)

Greece---Keu-ri-seu (Koo-ree-suu)

Holland---Ne-del-lan-deu (Nay-del-lan-duu)

India---In-do (Een-doh)

Indonesia---In-do-ne-shi-a (Een-doh-neh-shee-ah)

Iran---I-ran (Ee-ran)

Iraq---I-ra-keu (Ee-ra-kuu)

Ireland---A-il-laen-deu (Ah-eel-lane-duu)

Isreal---I-seu-ra-el (Ee-sew-rah-ehl)

Italy---It-tal-li-a/I-tae-ri (Et-tal-lee-ah/Ee-tay-ree)

Japan---Il-bon (Eel-bone)

Jordon---Yo-reu-dan (Yoh-roo-dan)

Kuwait---Ku-we-it-eu (Koo-wee-eet-ew)

Lebanon---Re-ba-non (Ray-bah-none)

Malaysia---Mal-le-i-ji-a (Mal-lay-ee-jee-ah)

Mexico---Mek-shi-ko (Mek-shee-ko)

New Zealand---Nyu-jil-laen-deu (Neeyoo-jeel-lane-doo)

Norway---No-reu-we-i (Noh-roo-wee-ee)

Pakistan---Pak-i-seu-tan (Pak-ee-soo-tan)

Peru---Pe-ru (Pay-roo)

Philippines---Pil-li-pin (Peel-lee-peen)

Poland---Pol-lan-deu (Pol-lan-doo)

Portugal---Po-rue-tu-gal (Poh-roo-too-gal)

Saudi Arabia---Sa-u-di a-ra-bi-a (Sah-oo-dee ah-rah-bee-ah)

Singapore---Shing-ga-po-reu (Sheeng-gah-poh-roo)

South Africa---Nam a-peu-ri-ka-kong-hwa-guk (Nam ah-poo-ree-ka-kong-hwa-gook)

Soviet Union---So-bi-e-teu sa-hoe-ju-eui kong-hwa-guk/So-ryeon (Soh-bee-eh-too Sah-ho-chu-hwee kong-hwa-gook/Soh-reeyon)

Spain---Seu-pe-in (Sew-pee-een)

Sweden---Seu-we-den (Sew-we-den)

Switzerland---Seu-we-seu (Sew-we-sew)

Thailand---Tai/Tae-guk (Tie/Tay-gook)

Turkey---Teo-eo-ki (Toe-oh-kee)

United States---Mi-guk (Me-gook)

Uruguay---U-ru-gwa-i (Oo-roo-gwah-ee)

Venezuela---Pe-ne-su-el-la (Pay-nay-sew-el-lah)

Vietnam---Pe-teu-nam (Pay-too-nam)

West Germany---Seo-dok (So-dok)

Yugoslavia---Yu-go-seul-la-bi-a/Yu-go (Yoo-goh-sule-la-bee-ah/Yoo-go)

Nationalities are commonly expressed by adding Sa-ram(Sah-ram) to the name of the country. Thus,"American" becomes Mi-guk sa-ram(Mee-gook sah-ram). When inquiring as to a person's nationality, you may say Han-guk sa-ram-i-se-yo? (Han-gook sah-ram-ee-say-yo?)



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