"환영합니다! 만나서 반갑습니다!"
Translation:Welcome! Nice to meet you!
I'm having trouble pronouncing this word... In fact, I'm having trouble pronouncing all words. The lady who is doing the voice is too fast, there should be a sloooooow doooownn option
I agree. I usually copy the sentences in google translate and have their voice pronounce it as it is much slower.
do 만나서 and 반갑습니다 mean anything by themselves, which put together would mean "Nice to meet you"?
만나다 = to meet, 반갑다 = something that is pleasant. So it's something like "We're meeting, so I'm glad."
For anyone with pronunciation problems: 환영합니다 - hwan-yeong-ham-ni-da 만나서 반갑습니다 - man-na-seo ban-gap-seum-ni-da
I wrote "It is nice to meet you" as it was the answer in another question (same Korean word) and got it wrong...
환영합니다! 만나서 반갑습니다! 환영합니다 환영합니다 환영합니다 환영합니다 (I needed to type it to learn and memorize).
I write .. Welcome nice to meat you .. Should that word be i capital?? Like this .. Nice to meat you???