How to say I ate in Korean: Naneun Meogeosseoyo.

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How to say I ate in Korean: Naneun Meogeosseoyo.

Learning Korean for travel or study? Let’s try this term:

To say I ate in Korean: Naneun Meogeosseoyo.
Say it out loud: “Nah Nun Muh Guh Ssuh Yo.

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Some more helpful words in our Korean More Dining Basics category:

...some (of) – Jogeum …  (Jo Kum …)
...this/that – Igeos/Jeogeos  (Ee Geot / Joh Geot)
all done – Da Meogeosseoyo.  (Da Muh Guh Ssuh Yo.)
another – Dareun  (Da Reun)
Bon appétit! – Masissge Deuseyo!  (Ma Shi Ke Du Se Yo!)
can I have…? – …Jusigesseoyo?  (… Joo Shi Ge Suh Yo?)
can I see…? – …Reul Bol Su Isseulkkayo?  (…Reul Bol Soo Ee Ssul Ka Yo?)
Cheers! – Geonbae!  (Gun Bae!)
Eat! Eat! – Eoseo Deuseyo!  (Uh Soh Du Se Yo!)
I am hungry – Baegopayo.  (Bae Go Pa Yo.)
I am thirsty – Mokmallayo.  (Mok Mal La Yo.)
I ate – Naneun Meogeosseoyo.  (Nah Nun Muh Guh Ssuh Yo.)
I would like… – Jeoneun …Reul Wonhaeyo.  (Joh Nun …Reul Won Hae Yo.)
we ate – Jeohuineun Meogeosseoyo.  (Juh Hee Nun Muh Guh Ssuh Yo.)
we ate well! – Jeohuineun Jal Meogeosseoyo.  (Juh Hee Nun Jal Muh Guh Ssuh Yo.)
we would like… – Jeohuineun …Reul Wonhaeyo.  (Joh Hee Nun …Reul Won Hae Yo.)

And here’s how to say I ate in other languages!

Arabic–Aakalt  (Aa kalt)
Chinese–Wǒ Chī Guòle  (Wo Chr Gwo Luh)
Croatian–i jeli  (ee yay lee)
Czech–už jsem jedl  (ooshz sem yeh del)
Finnish–minä söin  (me na soin)
French–j'ai mangé  (jhay mahn jhay)
German–ich habe gegessen  (iHk hah be geh geh sin)
Italian–ho mangiato  (oh mahn jee ah toe)
Japanese–Tabemashita  (Tah Beh Mah Shee Tah)
Korean–Naneun Meogeosseoyo.  (Nah Nun Muh Guh Ssuh Yo.)
Polish–Jadłem  (Ya' duem)
Portuguese–Já Comi  (jah koh mee)
Russian–Ya poyel/a  (Ya pah yel/a)
Spanish–I comió  (ee koe me oh')
Swahili–nisha kula  (nee shah kuh lah)
Thai–Gin Laeo  (geen lay-oh)
Turkish–i yedik  (ee yeh dik)
Vietnamese–Tôi Ăn  (Toy An)

Would you like to express to a local what you just ate? Then the starting phrase in Korean would be "I ate" (Naneun Meogeosseoyo.). To complete the statement, learn more phrases by getting instant access to the Korean Language Set.

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Jung-Eun Park
Biography: Jung-Eun was born and raised in Seoul, Korea. She has a Master's degree in Translation and Localization Management and is currently working as a project manager at a translation company.
Born: Seoul, Korea
Location: Seoul, Korea

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