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Useful classroom Expressions(1)

Useful classroom Expressions(1) - LTKO 1A Useful Classroom...

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LTKO 1A 임 난희 Useful Classroom Expression (1) 2014년 10월 08일 UCSD LTKO All rights reserved. 1 I. Everyday Greetings II. - The most common way of greeting someone in Korean - Literal meaning, “Are you in peace? - used at any time of the day. - also used as “How are you?” or “ How do you do? Practice 1. Read out loud and write three times. . Practice 2. 2 Read out loud and write three times. 안 녕 히 계 세 요. 안 녕 히 가 세 요. Useful Classroom Expressions (1) 1. 안녕하세요? ⇒ Hello. / Hi. / How are you? / How do you do? 2. 안녕히 계세요. ⇒ Good-bye (to the one staying, meaning ‘Please stay in peace’) 안녕히 가세요. ⇒ Good-bye (to the one leaving , meaning ‘Please go in peace’)
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LTKO 1A 임 난희 Useful Classroom Expression (1) 2014년 10월 08일 UCSD LTKO All rights reserved. 2 II. Courtesies 고맙습니다 –“고맙다” is pure Korean word. 감사합니다 – “감사(感謝)” is Sino-Korean word.
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