꽃 flower잎 leaf꽃잎 petal나무 tree하늘 sky구름 cloud나비 butterfly새 bird해 sun (native word)태양 sun (sino word)단풍 fall foliage (changing leaves)구경 to look at for entertainment (actually “sight seeing”, but it can refer to enjoying non-touristy things) ________________________ Native korean words tend to be more commonly used in speaking than Sino korean words. 해 is used whenContinue reading “밖 (the outside)”
FILL IN THE BLANKS WITH THE CORRECT MARKER. 1) 한국__ 가고 싶어요 -> I want to go to korea 2) 한국__ 낮 두 시예요 -> It is 2pm in korea 3) 햄버거__ 먹었어요 -> I ate a hamburger 4) 고양이__ 없어요 -> There are no cats 5) 병원__ 일해요 -> I work at a hospitalContinue reading “Beginner Worksheet 2”
This exercise isn’t to practice the grammar itself, but to practice how to conjugate it with the different verbs/nouns. This exercise covers 아/어서, 으면, 의, 은/는, 이/가, and 을/를 Properly combine the given word with the grammar point: Conjugate using past, present, and future tenses when applicable (not all grammar points utilize the 3 tenses)Continue reading “Grammar Conjugation Practice (Beginner 1)”
My friend and I were talking about 먹방 and I have no idea why. But we were discussing how we don’t see the appeal of them and don’t watch them. I’m like ‘I don’t understand, why do people like them so much?’ She said that it’s because it gives them 대리만족. And I was likeContinue reading “대리만족 and 먹방 (Korean Vocab)”
I’ll absorb it all I’ll absorb it all 내가 A combination of the informal you 나 (meaning ‘I’) and the topic particle -가. -이/가 is used to indicate the topic of a sentence. -이 for words ending in a consonant sound and -가 for those ending in a vowel sound. When these attach to 나,Continue reading “Strange Planet Comic Translation (Korean/English)”
I made chocolates at my friend’s house and she gave me some Note: I’m moving old posts over to this blog….I know it isn’t Valentine’s Day. Can you read it? . . .
I just learned these so figured I’d pop on and share real quick.
They sound the same….but they’re spelled different with different meanings. ~ Hannah
Koreans (and everyone else except Americans ?) use Celsius instead of Fahrenheit How to Read the Numbers: Decimals are read like we do in English. The number before the decimal is read as a whole number. The numbers after the decimal are read individually. Read using SINO KOREAN numbers (일 이 삼). The decimal isContinue reading “Temperature in Korean”