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4 과 [At Home]
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Conversation 1 New Words NOUN dog 고등학생 high school student 남동생 younger brother 대학원생 graduate student 동생 younger sibling 보스톤 Boston 부모님 parents 아버지 father 어머니 mother 여동생 younger sister 오빠 the older brother of a female the older brother of a male 홍콩 Hong Kong PRE-NOUN how many, what (with a counter) COUNTER item volume year month 달러 dollar (= ) 마리 animal people won (Korean currency) month day NUMBER (with counter) two (= ) (with counter) one (= 하나 ) VERB 계시다 hon. ( 계세요 ) to be (existence), stay PARTICLE 하고 and (with nouns)
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Conversation 1 동생이 두 명 있어요 . 소피아 : 스티브 씨 , 집이 어디예요 ? 스티브 : 보스톤이에요 . 아버지하고 어머니가 보스톤에 계세요 . 소피아 씨 부모님은 어디 계세요 ? 소피아 : 홍콩에 계세요 . 오빠하고 동생도 홍콩에 있어요 . 오빠는 대학원생이에요 . 그리고 동생은 지금 고등학생이에요 . 스티브 : 남동생이에요 , 여동생이에요 ? 소피아 : 여동생이에요 . 스티브 씨도 동생 있어요 ? 스티브 : 네 , 여동생 한 명하고 남동생 두 명이 있어요 .
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Conversation 1 New Expressions 계시다 is the honorific word for 있다 ‘ to be (existence)’. Sophia is at home. 소피아 소피아는 집에 있어요 .
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Conversation 1 New Expressions 계시다 is the honorific word for 있다 ‘ to be (existence)’. 할머니 할머니는 집에 계세요 . * 할머니 : Grandmother
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Conversation 1 New Expressions The honorific forms of 있어요 / 없어요 for the meaning of possession are 있으세요 / 없으세요 while those for the meaning of existence are 계세요 / 안 계세요 . Remember that the honorific forms of the copula 이다 ‘ to be’ is 이세요 / 세요 . Possession Existence 있어요 있어요 으세 계세 저는 책이 있어요 . 선생님도 책이 있 으세 요 . 저는 집에 있어요 . 선생님도 집에 계세 요 .
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Conversation 1 New Expressions The honorific forms of 있어요 / 없어요 for the meaning of possession are 있으세요 / 없으세요 while those for the meaning of existence are 계세요 / 안 계세요 . 있어요 있으세요 계세요 The teacher has a house. The teacher is at home. 선생님은 집이 있으세요 . 선생님은 집에 계세요 .
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Conversation 1 New Expressions 리사는 학생이에요 . 리사는 집에 있어요 . 리사는 동생이 있어요 . Identification Existence Possession 이민수 선생님은 한국어 선생님 이민수 선생님은 집에 이민수 선생님은 동생이 이세요 . 계세요 . 있으세요 . Honorific forms of 있다
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Conversation 1 New Expressions In Korean, proper references for siblings depend on the sex of both the sibling and the self, as well as their relative ages. However, 동생 ‘ younger sibling’ can be used to refer to either a male ( 남동생 ) or a female ( 동생 ).
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