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Tutor profile: Natalie C.

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Subject: Korean

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How do you say "goodbye" in Korean?

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Answer:

There are actually two ways to say goodbye and it all depends on whether the speaker is leaving or staying. If the speaker is leaving and is saying goodbye to others staying behind, the speaker would say "안녕히 계세요" [annyeonhi gyeseyo], literally "stay peacefully". If the speaker was staying and others were leaving, the speaker would say "안녕히 가세요" [annyeonhi kaseyo], literally "go peacefully".

Subject: International Studies

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Who are major power forces in global history?

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In modern history, beginning at roughly World War I, the major global power players would be China, the United States, and the United Kingdom. This is due to several factors such as population, political power, and economic wealth.

Subject: East Asian History

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Who created the Korean language?

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The Korean language is actually derived from Chinese, as China largely influenced Korea during its formative years. However, the Korean writing system known as hangeul was created by King Sejong who strived to create a simple writing system so that everyone could learn to read and write. A statue of him can be found in the middle of Seoul as a tribute to his work.

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