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3 과 한국어 수업 [Korean Language Class]
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Conversation 1 New Words NOUN 경제학 economics 교과서 textbook 교실 classroom 내일 tomorrow class 사전 dictionary 수업 course; class 시간 1. time 여자 woman 오늘 today 우산 umbrella 질문 question home, house 친구 friend 컴퓨터 computer
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제니 : 마이클 씨 , 오늘 수업 있으세요 ? 마이클 : 네 , 한국어 수업이 있어요 . 제니 씨는요 ? 제니 : 오늘은 수업이 없어요 . 그런데 , 내일은 경제학 수업이 있어요 . 한국어 수업은 재미있어요 ? 마이클 : 네 , 아주 재미있어요 . 그리고 선생님도 좋으세요 . 제니 : 선생님이 누구세요 ? 마이클 : 이민수 선생님이세요 . 제니 : 한국어 반에 학생이 많아요 ? 마이클 : 네 , 많아요 . Conversation 1 오늘 수업 있으세요 ?
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Conversation 1 New Expressions Referring to days: Today Yesterday Tomorrow 오늘 어제 내일
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Conversation 1 New Expressions 제니 : 마이클 씨 , 오늘 수업 있으세요 ? 마이클 : 네 , 한국어 수업이 있어요 . 제니 씨 오늘 수업 있으세요 ? 제니 씨는요 ? (How about you, Jenny?)
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Conversation 1 New Expressions who 누구 Who is Lisa? 리사가 누구 예요 ? Who is at school? 누구가 학교에 있어요 ? 누가 학교에 있어요 ? ‘who’ as the subject
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G3.1 Expressing possession: N 이 / 가 있어요 / 없어 있다 refers to either existence or possession of an object or person. 없다 The opposite meaning of 있다 , referring to either non-existence or non-possession of an object or person
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G3.1 Expressing possession: N 이 / 가 있어요 / 없어 possession: to have/to not have 질문이 있어요 . (I have a question.) 우산이 없어요 . (I don’t have an umbrella.) When used as ‘to have/to not have’, 있다 / 없다 are usually preceded by [N 이 / 가 ].
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G3.1 Expressing possession: N 이 / 가 있어요 / 없어 existence: to be/to not be (existence) 학교 식당이 기숙사에 있어요 . (The school cafeteria is in a dormitory.) 유미가 유니온 빌딩에 있어요 . (Yumi is at Union Building.) When used as ‘to be/to not be (existence)’, 있다 / 없다 are preceded by [place] .
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연습해요 .
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