Hyunjeong O. answered 05/02/19
Native Korean Speaker who loves to teach Korean!
If we translate "I am dizzy" to Korean, its "나 어지러워".
You can say "어지러워(eojileowo)" to anybody.
If you want to be more advanced in Korean, you can add "요(yo)" at the end of sentence when you talk to older or someone you don't know well yet.
For example, if you want to say " I am dizzy" to friends or family (someone has close relationship with you) you can just say "어지러워 (eojileowo)".
If you say same sentence to doctor or older people, just say "어지러워요 (eojileowoyo)"
One more tip is "자꾸(jakku)" means "often" so just add that word when you have dizziness in regular basis or really often"
Hope this is helpful :)
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