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Korean to English Translation

Korean language

Korean shares both grammatical features and vocabulary from the Japanese and Chinese languages. Most linguists, however, argue that this is not caused by a 'genetic' relationship to any other language. Instead, Korean appears to have borrowed from these languages, notably Chinese, from which Korean has borrowed thousands of words. In fact, an estimated 50 percent of Korean vocabulary words are either borrowed directly from written Chinese or have been coined using Chinese characters.
Today, the Korean language also shows evidence of having borrowed words from Mongolian, Sanskrit, and more. Most contemporary new words are borrowed from the English language, such as 'weding deureseu' ('wedding dress').

English language

According to the special survey of European attitudes towards and use of languages, the report confirms that at the beginning of 2001 English is the most widely known foreign or second language, with 43% of Europeans claiming they speak it in addition to their mother tongue. Sweden now heads the league table of English speakers, with over 89% of the population saying they can speak the language well or very well. However, in contrast, only 36% of Spanish and Portuguese nationals speak English. English has without a doubt become the global language