Translation Challenge – 커피가 좋아


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Translation Challenge – 커피가 좋아
  • Jason Rada

    I like coffee ^^ —i hope this is correct!!!and thanks *o*

  • Guest

    ‘커피가 좋아’ in Italian could mean either ‘coffee is good’, or ‘I like coffee’, it depends on the context. In Italy you will hear both a lot as coffee is so popular and everyone drinks espresso in the morning!

    Translation in Italian: il caffè è buono (coffee is good); mi piace il caffè (I like coffee);

    But… actually I don’t like coffee, I prefer tea ^^;
    So I decided to include below the negation as well: ‘Non mi piace il caffè.’

  • Licia

    ‘커피가 좋아’ in Italian could mean either ‘coffee is good’ or ‘I like coffee’, it depends on the context. Nevertheless you will hear both often as coffee is so popular in Italy – everyone needs espresso in the morning to start the day!

    Translation in Italian: il caffè è buono (coffee is good); mi piace il caffè (I like coffee)

    But… actually I don’t like coffee, which is unusual! I prefer tea ^^;
    So I also included the negation, for other people like me… if there are any!
    ‘non mi piace il caffè’ (I don’t like coffee)

  • cloud

    I like coffee ♥
    Me gusta el cafe♥
    Yaaay ~ I’m a barista so this makes me happy ^^

  • Elina Shaimuratova

    In Russian – Кофе хороший.

    In Serbian – Кафа је добра

  • Sally Andrews

    It means coffee is good or to say I like coffee. Thanks TTMIK. I’m moving on to level two and having lots of fun!

  • Adrianna Rzepczyńska

    Polish:
    1. 커피가 좋아 – lubię kawę
    2. 커피가 좋아 – kawa jest dobra

  • Guest

    커피가 좋아 = I like coffee/coffee is good (English)
    J’aime le café / le café est bon (French)
    (Arabic) أحب القهوة /القهوة جيدة

  • Guest

    커피가 좋아 =I like coffee/coffee is good (English)
    J’aime le café / le café est bon (French)
    القهوة جيدة / أحب القهوة (Arabic)

  • ikram Hamizi

    커피가 좋아=I like coffee/Coffee is good (English).
    القهوة جيدة/أحب القهوة (Arabic).
    j’aime le café/le café est bon (French).

  • ikram Hamizi

    커피가 좋아 = I like coffee/Coffee is good (English).
    j’aime le café/le café est bon (French).
    القهوة جيدة/أحب القهوة (Arabic).

    • Djilian Foster

      je n’aime pas prendre du café / و انا لا احبها / I hate coffe … ^^ kharhagh el 9ahwa Lol :3

  • At first, I thought it was something like 거피가 그 농아 and my brain was trying to remember some Korean idiom about peel or deaf person … then I thought maybe it was 동아 for wax gourd … then I listened to the audio, and it was AH-HA!

    I’m from Massachusetts, so it would be “Wicked good coffee”. With the Boston accent, this New England Yankee really claim to speak English?

  • cami

    커피가 좋아 is ,,Coffee is good”- ,,Cafeaua este buna” in Romanian

    커피가 좋아 is ,,I like coffee” – ,,Imi place cafeaua” in Romanian

  • 온조엘

    I like coffee! Funny story though, I was able to attend a Korean class at Rapid City, SD. We got to the phrase 고피 and I said that I really like this! The teacher looked puzzled and asked me what I thought it meant. I indicated coffee, she laughed and said “No it means bloody nose. I thought you liked having a bloody nose!” haha

  • Nati

    I like coffee
    me gusta el café

  • ☆ 달빛꼬마 ☆

    It can be translated as both -Coffee is good- or -‘one’ likes coffee-
    But if you like to emphasize the act of liking, you should use the verb ‘좋아하다’ with an object instead.

    ~커피를 좋아해~

  • Danielle Helena Marie

    “I like coffee.” or “Coffee is good.” 좋아 is from 좋다 which actually means “to be good” although we tend to use it to mean you like something. Because we are using 가 we know that coffee is the subject of the sentence… the item we like.

    daniee

  • Liezl Jeong

    Coffee is good

  • Izzati Azhari

    English : I like coffee
    Malay : Saya suka kopi

    🙂

  • SahiraKai ❤

    keopiga joha – I like coffee
    Saya suka kopi. xD

  • Guest

    मुझे कॉफी पसंद है

    mu-ghe co-phi pa-san-d hai

  • Guest

    मुझे कॉफी पसंद है

    mu-ghe co-phi pa-san-d hai

    (Hindi!)

  • Dace

    커피가 좋아 = Coffee is good = Laba kafija (in Latvian) or Kafija ir laba.

    I like coffee = 커피를 좋아

  • Sky

    मुझे कॉफी पसंद है
    mu-ghe co-phi pa-san-d hai

    This is in Hindi~

    :3

  • javad

    hi. it mean’s: this coffee ( coffee that we talking about it ) is delicious and good.

  • Morrie B.

    The coffee is good.

  • Guest

    In German ;D

  • Guest

    커피가 좋아 means “I like coffee” or “Coffee is good” in English

    and

    커피가 좋아 means “Gusto ko ang kape” in Tagalog

    Gusto = 좋아
    Ko = 저 or 나
    Ang = 가
    Kape = 커피

    In the Philippines, we often drink coffee with a pandesal which means bread in English and 빵 in Korean 🙂

  • Angel

    커피가 좋아 means “I like coffee” or “Coffee is good” in English

    and

    커피가 좋아 means “Gusto ko ang kape” in Tagalog

    Gusto = 좋아
    Ko = 저 or 나
    Ang = 가
    Kape = 커피

    In the Philippines, we often drink coffee with a pandesal which means bread in English and 빵 in Korean 🙂

  • Angel

    커피가 좋아 means “I like coffee.” or “Coffee is good.” in English

    And

    커피가 좋아 means “Gusto ko ang kape.” in Tagalog

    커피 = kape
    나 or 저 = ko
    가 = ang
    좋아 = gusto

  • Michal- Kim

    Korean:커피가 좋아

    English:I like coffee/coffee is good!
    Hebrew:אני אוהבת קפה/קפה הוא טוב!

  • Let N. Lolong

    커피가 좋아= coffee is good/ I like coffee

    Filipino-I like coffee/Gusto ko ang kape.
    coffee is good/Ang kape ay masarap( coffee is tasty/delicious)

  • Catia

    English:
    “The coffee is good” or “I like coffee.”
    커피 = coffee
    가= subject marking particle
    좋아 = something to be good or to like (conjugated from 좋다)
    Spanish: el café es/esta rico
    커피 = café
    가 = partícula que marca el sujeto
    좋아 = bueno (en este caso “rico” porque café es una comida) (좋아 es la conjugación de 좋다)