What is Weise?

What is Weise?

Weise is a surname, meaning “wise” or “prudent” in German.

What does the German word also mean?

The English also is pretty much a synonym for too or as well. Which makes sense if we think of it as “all that way“. But the German also does NOT mean that. The translation you need is auch. The German also is the counterpart of the English consequential so.

What does ARSH mean in German?

noun. butt [noun] (slang) a person’s bottom. Come on, get off your butt – we have work to do.

What is gold called in German?

gold: Gold. golden; goldfarbig; goldfarben; goldgelb.

What is Germany’s favorite color?

Favorite colors are blue (47.7%), white (15.9%) and green (15.9%).

What does Haseyo mean?

안녕하세요 (Annyeong Haseyo) – “Hello” It’s the familiar, polite speech pattern. You use 하세요 (haseyo) to show a bit of extra respect. 하세요 comes from the verb 하다 (hada), which means “to do.” It’s a good phrase for almost all situations, especially if you’re unsure what level of formality to use.

What is ANYO in Korean?

아니요 (aniyo) This word can be used in both formal and standard Korean. The word can be used by itself. Some alternate spellings that you might see are 아니오 (anio) and 아뇨 (anyo). These mean the same thing but the correct spelling is 아니요 (aniyo).

What does onion haseo mean?

It’s the most common polite way to say hello. It can sometimes be used to say goodbye as well! However, “annyeong-haseo” is the romanization and isn’t actually the proper way to write the words!

Is Annyeong hello or goodbye?

Annyeong (안녕) is a casual, informal way of saying “Hello”. It is typically used among close friends and not people you have just met. There is no need to bow when you are greeting someone informally, though you could if you want to. Annyeong (안녕) can also be used to say “Goodbye”.

What does Chonun mean in Korean?

You are saying about 저는(jeoneun) which can be pronounced as ‘chonun’ by English speakers. 저(jeo) is a humble form of 나(na) which means “I” in english.

What is Naneun?

“Jeoneun” (formal) and “Naneun” (informal) They both mean the same thing, “I” or “I am”.

What does Saranghaeyo mean?

I love you

What do you reply to saranghae?

나도 사랑해 (nado saranghae) If someone says “I love you” in Korean to you, then you can reply with 나도 사랑해 (nado saranghae). It means “I love you, too”.