Writing 1

I just tried to create some random sentences to expose you to grammar and vocabπŸ€·β€β™€ In the answer section, I note grammar you should study for that sentence. Hope you enjoy it!

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Translate into English

1) μΌ€μ΄νŒμ„ μ’‹μ•„ν•΄μš”.

2) λ“œλΌλ§ˆλ₯Ό λ΄€μ–΄μš”.

3) ν•œκ΅­μ— κ°€κ³  μ‹Άμ–΄μš”.

4) 물을 2(두) 병 μ£Όμ„Έμš”.

(number spelled out in parenthesis for the sake of the example)

5) 였늘 아침에 컀피λ₯Ό λ§ˆμ…¨μ–΄μš”.

6) ν•œκ΅­μ–΄λ₯Ό κ³΅λΆ€ν•΄μš”?

7) 일본어도 κ³΅λΆ€ν•΄μš”.

Spot The Mistakes (if any)

1) μ°¨λ₯Ό μ‹«μ–΄μš”

2) λ„μ„œκ΄€μ— ν•œκ΅­μ–΄λ₯Ό κ³΅λΆ€ν•΄μš”

3) λ³‘μ›μ—μ„œ μΌν•΄μš”

4) 고양이λ₯Ό μžˆμ–΄μš”

5) κ°œκ°€ μ•„λ‹ˆμ˜ˆμš”

6) ν”Όμž 2(두) 쑰각 λ¨Ήμ—ˆμ–΄μš”

(number spelled out in parenthesis for the sake of the example)

Translate into Korean

1) My stomach hurts when I eat spicy food

2) Call me when you arrive (this is literal. it translates more naturally as “call me when you get there”)

3) I just now got to school (HINT can use λ„μ°©ν•˜λ‹€ or μ˜€λ‹€)

4) My name is μ‰˜λΉ„

5) My name is not 인성

6) I will swim

7) I bet its going to be cold tomorrow

8) Learning Korean is hard.

9) I like to sing

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Answer Sheet

Translate to English

1) I like kpop

-> object marker and verb tense conjugation

2) I watched a drama

object marker and verb tense conjugation

3) I want to go to Korea

-> 에 location marker

-> κ³  μ‹Άλ‹€

4) 2 bottles of water please

-> korean numbers and counters

-> μ£Όλ‹€ grammer

5) I drank coffee this morning

-> “this morning” is literally “today morning”

-> 에 time marker

6) Do you study korean?

-> to make sentences a question just add a question mark.

7) I also study Japanese

-> 도 grammar

Spot the Mistakes

1) μ‹«λ‹€ uses 이/κ°€ particle. *μ°¨κ°€ (or μ°¨λ₯Ό μ‹«μ–΄ν•΄μš”)

-> this one along with #4 was to clarify the difference in usage of the subject/topic/object markers

2) the place where an action occurs is marked with μ—μ„œ… *λ„μ„œκ΄€μ—μ„œ

-> difference between 에 and μ—μ„œ location markers

3) no mistake

4) 이/κ°€ is used with μžˆλ‹€. 고양이가 μžˆμ–΄μš”

-> listed in number one as well as μžˆλ‹€/μ—†λ‹€ grammar

5) the correct spelling for μ•„λ‹ˆλ‹€ is μ•„λ‹ˆμ—μš” (though even koreans misspell it is μ•„λ‹ˆμ˜ˆμš”)

-> not rly that important just an fyi cause beginners get confused on μ•„λ‹ˆμ—μš” and μ•„λ‹ˆμ˜ˆμš”

6) ν”Όμž 두 쑰각 (쑰각 uses native korean numbers)

Translate to Korean

1) 맀운 μŒμ‹μ„ 먹으면 λ°°κ°€ μ•„νŒŒμš”

-> 으면 means “if” but sometimes “when” is more natural. this is a hypothetical situation so 으면 is used instead of γ„Ήλ•Œ

(i confirmed that with a native, that 으면 is better than γ„Ήλ•Œ for this context)

2) λ„μ°©ν•˜λ©΄ μ „ν™” ν•΄μ£Όμ„Έμš”

-> 으면 grammar

-> verb+μ£Όλ‹€ grammar (this indicates that an action is done for someone else. either as a favor or to help/benefit them. you arent just doing the action, it is done FOR someone else)

3) 방금 학ꡐ에 λ„μ°©ν–ˆμ–΄μš” / 방금 학ꡐ에 μ™”μ–΄μš”

-> location particle 에

-> 방금 v 이제 v μ§€κΈˆ

4) 제 이름은 μ‰˜λΉ„μ˜ˆμš”

-> 이닀 grammar

5) 제 이름은 인성이 μ•„λ‹ˆμ—μš”

-> μ•„λ‹ˆλ‹€ grammar

6) μˆ˜μ˜ν•  κ±°μ˜ˆμš”

-> future tense/ γ„Ή 것이닀

7) 내일 (날씨가) μΆ₯κ² μ–΄μš”

-> 날씨가 isnt needed

-> κ² λ‹€ grammar

8) ν•œκ΅­μ–΄ λ°°μš°λŠ” 건 μ–΄λ €μ›Œμš”

-> λŠ” 것 grammar

9) λ…Έλž˜ ν•˜λŠ” κ±Έ (or λ…Έλž˜ λΆ€λ₯΄λŠ” κ±Έ) μ’‹μ•„ν•΄μš”

-> λŠ” 것 grammar

-> “sing” can be λ…Έλž˜ ν•˜λ‹€ or λ…Έλž˜ λΆ€λ₯΄λ‹€

LET ME KNOW IF YOU NOTICED ANY MISTAKES

Published by Satyanghae Korean (Hannah & Shelbi)

We are just 3 students who wish to share the love and joy of learning Korean through lesson posts and translations! We are doing this for fun, based on our experience and questions we ask native speakers. We are not fluent! Just passionateΒ  ~ Hannah, Shelbi, and Jordan

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