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Korean

Etymology

From (haera), formal, non-polite imperative of (hada, "to do") + ? (che, "style")

Pronunciation

  • IPA(key): [hea?te?]
  • Phonetic hangeul: [???]
Revised Romanization? haerache
Revised Romanization (translit.)? haelache
McCune-Reischauer? haerach'e
Yale Romanization? haylachey

Noun

o (haerache)

  1. The formal, non-polite speech level in Korean.

Usage notes

(haerache) is a speech level used to younger or lower-rank people. It is also used almost universally in books, newspapers, and magazines; also used in reported speech ("She said that...").

Korean words inflected in this speech level are characterized by the ending present tense, in the past tense, and ? in the imperative. E.g.:

  • (handa): "does"
  • (haetda): "did"
  • (haera): "do" (command)

See also

  • ? (hasoseoche)
  • (hasipsioche)
  • (haeyoche)
  • (hageche)
  • (haeche)

  This article uses material from the Wikipedia page available here. It is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0.

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