10-03 L-1. New Words & Expressions

10-03 L-1. New Words & Expressions - LTKO 1A 1과...

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Unformatted text preview: LTKO 1A 1과 인사 New Words & Expressions 박윤주 (10/03/2011) 1과 인사 (Lesson 1 : Greetings) ◐ New Words and Expressions ◑ 이름(name) : ______________ 1. Greetings – 안녕하세요, (만나서) 반갑습니다. 1) 안녕하세요 is a greeting that asks about the other person’s well -being or good health. This expression can be used at any time of the day. 2) The appropriate response would be a return greeting of 안녕하세요. 3) (만나서) 반가워요/반갑습니다 means Nice to meet you. 4) 처음 뵙겠습니다 means (I am) pleased to meet you. 2. Referring to the speaker himself/herself (first person pronoun). I Plain form Humble form 나 저 As for me… (I am) 나는 저는 I also… 나도 저도 보기 1 (examples) ㅇ Jackie : 안녕하세요? 처음 뵙겠습니다. 저는 재키예요. Dallas : 안녕하세요? 댈러스예요. 만나서 반가워요. Hello, I’m pleased to meet you. I am Jackie. How are [you]? [ I ] am Dallas. Nice to meet you. 3. Referring to the listener (second person pronoun). 1) Korean has personal pronouns such as저/나but the rage of pronominal expression is very limited. In referring to the listener, 너 is the pronoun for ‘you’ in Korean, but it is rarely used, instead names and titl es are used. For example, Michael is speaking to Sophia and refers to her with 소피아 씨, a name, instead of a pronoun너. 2) 씨, as in 소피아 씨, 마이클 씨, and 김유미 씨, denotes the speaker ’s courtesy toward colleagues, fellow students, co-workers, or even toward his/her students, juniors, or supervisees at work. However, it is NOT appropriate to use 씨 to one’s seniors, teachers, or older people. 보기 2 (examples) ㅇ (1) Michael : 안녕하세요?저는 마이클이에요. 이름이 뭐예요? Farm : 팜이에요. (2) Justin : 태주 씨는 선생님이에요? 태주 : 아니요, 학생이에요. Practice 1 Hi, I’m Michael. What’s your name? I’m Farm. Are you a teacher, Tae Joo? No, I’m a student. Briefly introduce yourself to a person next to you using the expressions of greetings. 1 LTKO 1A 1과 인사 New Words & Expressions 박윤주 (10/03/2011) 4. Asking name 1) The questions word “뭐(what)” is a contracted form of 무엇 (무엇>무어>뭐), which is not used much in colloquial speech. (friendly expression to peers, friends, someone younger) What is your 이름이 뭐예요? name? 성함이 어떻게 되세요? (honorific expression to seniors, someone older) *성함 is an honorific word for “이름”. 2) English – the first name comes first and the family name follows. Korean – the family name comes first and the given name follows. 보기 2 (examples) ㅇ 이주혁 : 안녕하세요? 저는 이주혁이에요. 이름이 뭐예요? Kazuto : 카즈토예요. 반갑습니다. Hi, I’m Joo Hyuck Lee. What’s your name? I’m Kazuto. Nice to meet you. 5. Asking school year 1)몇 학년이에요? (what grade are you in?) – 몇 means Which, how many/much. 2) ___학년이에요 can be used as a question by changing the intonation . 1학년이에요? (Are you a freshman?) 7학년이에요? (Are you in a seventh grade?) 3) Korean uses two sets of numbers – native Korean numbers (NKN) / Sino-Korean numbers (SKN). Number 0 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 SKN 영/ 공 일 이 삼 사 오 육 칠 팔 구 십 NKN 하나 둘 셋 넷 다섯 여섯 일곱 여덟 아홉 열 Number 10 20 30 40 50 60 70 80 90 100 SKN 십 이십 삼십 사십 오십 육십 칠십 팔십 구십 백 NKN 열 스물 서른 마흔 쉰 예순 일흔 여든 아흔 백 *For telephone numbers 0 is read as 공, and in other cases it is read as영. *For the expressions with counters such as temperature, percentage, grade, etc 0°F: _____도 0%: _____ 퍼센트 score 0: _____점 *The telephone number 258-5037 : 이오팔(의) 오공삼칠 (‘의’ is read as ‘에’ in telephone numbers.) 보기 3 (examples) ㅇ (1)Sharon : 안녕하세요?저는 이학년이에요. 몇 학년이에요? 김경호 : 안녕하세요? 저는 대학원생이에요. (2)Matt : 전화번호가 뭐예요? Quan : 팔오팔 사육삼(의) 구칠팔공이에요. Hi, I’m a sophomore. What grade are you in? Hello, I am a graduate student. What is your phone number? It’s 858-463-9780. Practice 2 Practice reading the following telephone numbers. (1)119 (2) 370-6481 (3) 590-2406 (4) 964-0387 Practice 3 Write out your telephone numbers in Korean. Then, ask one of your classmates his/her phone number, PID number, or address. 2 LTKO 1A 1과 인사 New Words & Expressions 박윤주 (10/03/2011) (1)You : Home ( ) _______- _____________ _________________________________________________ Cell ( ) _______- _____________ _________________________________________________ PID _____________________ _________________________________________________ (2)Friend : Home ( ) _______- _____________ _________________________________________________ Cell ( ) _______- _____________ _________________________________________________ PID _____________________ _________________________________________________ 6. Naming a language and nationality 1) Country, languages, and nationality in Korean Languages(언어): Nationality(국적): Country(국가/나라) Country + 어 Country + 사람 한국 Korea 한국어(한국말) 한국 사람 미국 United States 영어 (미국어X) 미국 사람 영국 United Kingdom 영어 (영국어X) _____ 사람 일본 Japan 일 (본 )어 일본 사람 중국 China __________어 중국 사람 프랑스 France 프랑스어 ___________사람 스페인 Spain __________어 스페인 사람 러시아 Russia 러시아어 ___________사람 그리스 Greece 그리스어 그리스 사람 대만 Taiwan 대만어 ___________사람 독일 Germany __________어 독일 사람 인도 India 인도어 ___________사람 2) When asking a question of nationality, “______사람이에요?” can be used by changing the intonation. 3) “어느 나라 사람이에요? / 어느 나라 사람이세요?” (what is your nationality?) : 어느 means which/what. 보기 4 (examples) ㅇ (1)Phillip 강지민 (2)진범주 Nhat : 안녕하세요?저는 이학년이에요. : 아니요, 한국 사람이에요. : 어느 나라 사람이에요? : 대만 사람이에요. Hi, I’m a sophomore. No, I am Korean. What is your nationality? I’m Taiwanese. Practice 4 Connect each expression in the left column with the corresponding response in the right column. •○ ㄱ •○ ㄴ 아니요, 중국 사람이에요. 스티브 윌슨이에요. • •○ ㄷ •○ ㄹ • •○ ㅁ 아, 그래요? 저도 2학년이에요. (1) 이름이 뭐예요? • (2) 1학년이에요? • (3) 저는 2학년이에요. • (4) 안녕하세요? (5) 한국 사람이에요? 3 네, 안녕하세요? 반갑습니다. 아니요, 3학년이에요. LTKO 1A 1과 인사 New Words & Expressions Practice 5 박윤주 (10/03/2011) Look at the picture below. Thomas and Angela are on a first blind date tonight. Pair up with a partner and fill in the blanks with appropriate express ions. Then, practice speaking the dialogue in Korean. ______________________________ (Hello, nice to meet you.) ______________________________ (Hi, pleased to meet you.) ______________________________ (I am Angela.) ______________________________ (My name is Thomas.) ______________________________ (What is your name?) ______________________________ (What is your nationality?) ______________________________ (I am Vietnamese.) ______________________________ (What is your phone number?) ______________________________ (It’s 619-378-0210.) Practice 6 Interview at least three people in the class and fill in each box. Then, introduce your interviewees to the rest of the class. 안녕하세요? 저는 원 빈입니다. 이름이 뭐예요? 몇 학년이에요? 어느 나라 사람이에요? 이름: 학년: 국적: 이름: 학년: 국적: 이름: 학년: 이름: 학년: 국적: 국적: 이름: 학년: 국적: ** 수고하셨어요!! *** 4 ...
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This note was uploaded on 10/16/2011 for the course LTKO 1a taught by Professor Lee during the Fall '11 term at UCSD.

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