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Unformatted text preview: Hyori is a famous singer in Korea. She had very
busy day today. After having a simple breakfast,
she went directly to (1)
to have her hair set
for the day. Then, she had to hurry to (2)
sing in a show program. After the show, she went
to have an interview with a news
to buy a dress
reporter. On her way to (4)
to wear on her birthday, she stopped by (5)______
to mail her birthday invitation letters to her
friends. In the afternoon, she had to go to (6)_______
(fire station) to pay
(village office) next to (7)
her home association fee. Then, she went to
(8)_______to meet her boy friend who was having
his haircut. Hyori and her boyfriend went to
(9)_____ to have a cup of coffee together. They also
went to (10)_______ for shopping and to (11)_____
to watch a movie together. After they parted, she
went to (12)
to deposit the check she earned
from the interview. On her way home, she stopped by (13)
pick up her laundries. All of sudden, she felt very
dizzy due to a busy schedule today. She thought she
was having a fever, so she went to (14)
Tylenol. But it didn’t work that well. After all, she
ended up going to (15)
to get a shot. What a
day for her !! 부모(님) 아버지 어머니 여동생 남동생 Parents
(honorific) Father mother 형 누나 오빠 언니 형제 male’s
older brother male’s
older sister female’s
older brother female’s
older sister male siblings 남편 아내
(부인) 아들 딸 자매 husband wife
(honorific) son daughter female siblings younger sister younger sister 할아버지 할머니 큰아버지 grandfather grandmother uncle
(father’s older brother) 삼촌 (외)사촌
) 작은아버지 uncle(father’s
unmarried brother) cousin uncle
brother) 고모 고모부 외할아버지 외할머니 grandfather grandmother 외삼촌 외숙모 Aunt
(father’s sister) ( 이모
(mother’s sister) Uncle
’s husband) 이모부
’s husband) uncle
(mother’s brother) 큰어머니
’ s wife) ( 작은어머니
( ’s wife) ( aunt
’s wife) (What is your (family member’s) name? Where does he/she live?) ’
(How many members are there in (persons’ name) family?) 한시 두시 세시 네시 다섯시 여섯시 1 o’clock 2 o’clock 3 o’clock 4 o’clock 5 o’clock 6 o’clock 일곱시 여덟시 아홉시 열시 열한시 열두시 7 o’clock 8 o’clock 9 o’clock 10 o’clock 11 o’clock 12 o’clock 오분 십분 십오분 이십분 이십오분 삼십분 5 minutes 10 minutes 15 minutes 20 minutes 25 minutes 30 minutes 삼십오분 사십분 사십오분 오십분 오십오분 (육십분) 35 minutes 40 minutes 45 minutes 50 minutes 55 minutes (60 minutes) Q: ? (When is the Korean language class?) A: ______________________________________ Q:
Q: ? (When do you eat lunch?) A: ______________________________________ Q: ? (When does the class end?) A: ______________________________________ 새벽 아침 점심 저녁
(breakfast) 그그제 그제
(그그저께) (그저께) 밤 낮 오전 오후
(dinner) night day 어제 오늘 내일 모레 two days the day
yesterday yesterday today afternoon 글피 그글피 Three
the day Two days
tomorrow tomorrow tomorrow 11/11/ 11
11/06/2011 11/07/2011 11/08/2011 11/09/2011 11/10/2011 11/11/2011 11/12/2011 11/13/2011 [Practice 5 - Pair work] Talk about your daily
schedule with a partner using the questions
below. 1)몇 시에 일어나요?
2)몇 시에 학교에 와요?
3)몇 시부터 몇 시까지 수업이 있어요?
4)점심은 몇 시에 먹어요?
5)몇 시에 집에 가요?
6)몇 시에 자요? 첫째 둘째 셋째 넷째 다섯째 몇째 first second third fourth fifth What order? 첫 번째 두 번째 세 번째 네 번째 다섯 번째 몇 번째
firstly secondly How many
(one time) (two times)
(three times) (four times) (five times)
thirdly fourthly is the counter for ‘time(s)’ or ‘occasion.’ (less than 10 – Native Korean number) 몇명 How many people? 몇시
며칠 What time (hour)? Native Korean number What time (minute)? Sino Korean Number How many hours? Native Korean number How many courses? Native Korean number What floor? Sino Korean number What year? Sino Korean number What month? Sino Korean number (more than 10 – Sino Korean # or Native Korean #) What day of the month? Sino Korean number means ‘how many days’ in a question and ‘several days’ in a plain sentence. 1) 형제가 몇 명 있어요? 형제들 중에서 몇 째예요?
How many siblings/brothers do you have?
What is your birth order among your siblings? 2) 아버지/어머니는 형제가 몇 명 있으세요?
아버지/어머니는 형제들 중에서 몇 째세요?
How many siblings/brothers does your father/mother have?
What is his/her birth order among the siblings? 3) 선생님께 다섯 가지 질문을 해 보세요.
첫 번째 질문은 뭐예요? 두 번째는요?
Ask five questions to the teacher.
What is your first question? What is the second question? ( ( ). (It is easy.) /
). (It is difficult.)
. (Long time no see. / it has been a while.)
? (How have you been doing? / How are you?)
? (Who is this? / Look who is here!)
(boy friend) /
. (to make friends with) /
. (to have a date)
. (to be engaged to, engage oneself to ~)
. (to marry, to be married to~)
(marriage life) /
. (Congratulations.) /
. (to get old)
. (being treated well by ~) /
. (not being treated well by ~)
. (Live a happy life.)
. (Please tell him I said hello.) 1) 한국어 반 학생이 몇 명이에요?
2) 가족이 몇 명이에요?
3) 형제가 몇 명 있어요? 형제들 중에서 몇 째예요?
(if you are alone – 형제가 없어요 / 저 혼자예요 – 외아들(외동아들) /외딸(외동딸)이에요.) 4)
9) 한국어 수업이 몇 시에 있어요?
한국어 수업은 몇 시간이에요?
한국어 교실이 몇 층이에요?
이번 학기에 몇 과목 들어요?
오늘은 몇 년 몇 월 몇 일이에요?
생일이 언제(when)예요? •
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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