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Usage / Speaking Activities 박윤주
(11/04/2011) 3과 한국어 수업
(Lesson 3 : Korean Language Class)
◐ Usage / Speaking Activities ◑
이름(name) : ______________ Practice 1 [ Making requests ] Write the appropriate expression of request according to each situation.
Positive request Negative request 인사하세요. (Please greet him/her)
영어를 쓰지 마세요. (Don’t speak English.)
앉으세요. (Please sit down.)
책을 보지 마세요. (Don’t look at the book.)
따라 하세요. (Please repeat after me.)
얘기하지 마세요. (Don’t talk.)
책을 펴세요. (Please open the book.)
떠들지 마세요. (Don’t talk/Don’t make noise.)
책을 덮으세요. (Please close the book.)
먹지 마세요. (Don’t eat/ No food. Please)
책을 읽으세요. (Please read the book.)
졸지 마세요. (Please do not drowse/nod off) 잘 들으세요. (Please listen carefully.)
쓰세요. (Please write it.)
칠판을 보세요. (Please look at the blackboard.)
조용히 하세요. (Please be quiet.)
* Requests that can be used by students
다시 한 번 말씀해 주세요. (Please say that again.)
크게 말씀해 주세요. (Please speak louder.)
천천히 말씀해 주세요. (Please speak slowly.)
A. as a student
(1) You did not hear what the teacher said , so you want to say, “Please speak louder.”
(2) The teacher is speaking too fast, so you want to say, “Please speak slowly.”
B. as a teacher
(3) You want students to pay attention and listen to you by saying, “Please listen carefully.”
(4) You want students to close the book by saying, “Please close the book.”
(5) You need students to repeat after you by saying, “Please repeat after me.”
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Usage / Speaking Activities 박윤주
(11/04/2011) (6) You want students to look at the blackboard by saying, “Please look at the blackboard.”
(7) Students are talking loudly in class by saying, “Please look at the blackboard.”
Practice 2 [ Inquiring about someone’s well-being ] Pair up with a partner and exchange greetings, and ask how your partner is doing using the expressions below. You can use
conjunctions such as 그리고, 그래서, 그런데 to connect two or more sentences as shown in
Possible Answers Asking someone’s
well-being 바빠요. (I am busy.)
그저 그래요. (Just so-so.) 잘 지내세요?
(How are you doing?) 괜찮아요. (I am all right.)
좋아요. (I am fine.) 요즘 어떻게 지내세요?
(How have you been
lately?) 잘 지내요. (I am doing well.)
피곤해요. (I am tired.)
아파요. (I am sick.) 보기(example)
잘 지내요. 그런데 숙제가 많아요. 그래서 바빠요.
숙제가 많아요. 그리고 시험이 있어요. 그래서 피곤해요.
Practice 3 [ Talking about someone’s major ] Pair up with another partner. Ask about his/her major.
your major Asking someone’s
(I study _________) 뭐 공부해요/공부하세요?
(What do you study?) (나/저는)_________전공해요.
(I major in __________) 뭐 전공해요/전공하세요?
(What do you major in?) 내/ 제 전공은
(My major is _____________.) 전공이 뭐예요?
(What is your major?) 2 LTKO 1A 3과 한국어 수업
Usage / Speaking Activities Practice 4 박윤주
(11/04/2011) [ Talking about time and day ] After filling the table with appropriate expressions related to time and day, then answer the questions below in Korean.
일요일 월요일 화요일 수요일 목요일 금요일 토요일 Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday 그제 오늘 the day before
yesterday today yesterday 내일
the day after
tomorrow two days after
tomorrow 11/04/2011 <Specific time of a day> 새벽 점심
(dinner) day 두시 네시 night
다섯시 3 o’clock
일곱시 여덟시 6 o’clock
9 o’clock afternoon 11 o’clock (1) 내일은 며칠이에요? 무슨 요일이에요? (What date is tomorrow? What day is it?)
(2) 어제는 며칠이에요? 무슨 요일이에요? (What date was yesterday? What day was it?)
(3) 저녁때 몇 시에 자요? (When do you go to sleep in the evening?)
(4) 오늘 오후에는 뭐 해요? (What are you going to do today afternoon?)
(5) 아침에 뭐 먹어요? (What do you eat for breakfast?)
Game Time [ 삼육구 게임 ]
“삼육구 삼육구 삼육구 삼육구, 일 이 (clap) 사 오 (clap) 칠 팔 (clap) 십 십일 십이 (clap)
십사 십오 (clap) 십육 십칠 십팔 (clap) 이십 이십일 이십이 (clap)…..” You are to continue the numbers as far as you can, but you must clap whenever 3, 6, or 9 is included. If you
say the number that includes 3, 6, or 9, then you would get a penalty of singing a song and we should start
from 1 again! We will first try with Sino-Korean numbers, then Native-Korean numbers! Are you ready?
“삼육구 삼육구 삼육구 삼육구, 하나 둘 (clap) 넷 다섯 (clap) 일곱 여덟 (clap) 열 열하나 열둘
(clap) 열넷 열다섯 (clap) 열일곱 열여덟 (clap) 스물 스물하나 스물둘 (clap)….”
** 수고하셨어요!! ***
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This note was uploaded on 12/11/2011 for the course LTKO 1a taught by Professor Lee during the Fall '11 term at UCSD.
- Fall '11