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10-03 L-1. New Words & Expressions

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

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LTKO 1A 1과 인사 박윤주 New Words & Expressions (10/03/2011) 1 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) 음 뵙겠습니다 means (I am) pleased to meet you. 2. Referring to the speaker himself/herself (first person pronoun) . I As for me… (I am) I also… Plain form 나는 나도 Humble form 저는 저도 보기 1 (examples) Jackie : 안녕하세요? 처음 뵙겠습니다 . Hello, I’m pleased to meet you. 저는 재키예요 . I am Jackie. Dallas : 안녕하세요? 댈러스예요 . How are [you]? [ I ] am Dallas. 만나서 반가워요 . Nice to meet you. 3. Referring to the listener (second person pronoun) . 1) Korean has personal pronouns such as / but the rage of pronominal expression is very limited. In referring to the listener, is the pronoun for ‘you’ in Korean, but it is rarely used, instead names and titles are used. For example, Michael is speaking to Sophia and refers to her with 소피아 씨 , a name, instead of a pronoun . 2) , 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 to one’s seniors, teachers, or older people.
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