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Korean Word of the Day - absent (verb)

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결석하다 (gyeolsseokhada) absent (verb)

또 결석하지 마!
Tto gyeolseokhaji ma!
Don’t be absent again!

수업에 결석하다
sueobe gyeolsseokhada
be absent from class

학교에 결석하다
hakkyoe gyeolsseokhada
absent from school

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Korean Word of the Day - candy (noun)

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사탕 (satang) candy (noun)

우리는 딸의 생일 파티에 사탕으로 가득한 피냐타를 준비할 것입니다.
Urineun ttarui saengil patie satangeuro gadeukhan pinyatareul junbihal geosimnida.
We are having a piñata filled with candy at my daughter’s birthday party.

맛있는 사탕
masitneun satang
delicious candy

페퍼민트 사탕
pepeominteu satang
peppermint candy

상큼한 사탕
sangkeumhan satang
sour candy

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Korean Word of the Day - sprain (verb)

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삐다 (ppida) sprain (verb)

운동선수는 그의 발목을 삐었습니다.
Undongseonsuneun geuui balmogeul ppieotsseumnida.
The athlete sprained his ankle.

선수는 손목을 삐어 한 달 동안 쉬었습니다.
Seonsuneun sonmogeul ppieo han dal ddongan swieotseumnida.
The player sprained his wrist, and will be out for one month.

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Korean Word of the Day - cough (verb)

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기침하다 (gichimhada) cough (verb)

그녀는 밤새 기침하였다.
Geunyeoneun bamsae gichimhayeotta.
She has been coughing all night.

남자가 기침하고 있습니다.
Namjaga gichimhago itsseumnida.
The man is coughing.

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Korean Word of the Day - commute (verb)

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통근하다 (tonggeunhada) commute (verb)

사람들이 아침에 통근하였다.
Saramdeuri achime tonggeunhayeotta.
The people commuted in the morning.

사람들이 아침에 통근한다.
Saramdeuri achime tonggeunhanda.
The people commute in the morning.

사람들이 아침에 직장으로 통근한다.
Saramdeuri achime jikjjangeuro tonggeunhanda.
The people commute to work in the morning.

사람들이 아침에 직장으로 통근하였다.
Saramdeuri achime jikjjangeuro tonggeunhayeotta.
The people commuted to work in the morning.

사람들이 아침에 직장으로 통근하고 있다.
Saramdeuri achime jikjjangeuro tonggeunhago itta.
The people are commuting to work in the morning.

사람들이 아침에 통근하고 있다.
Saramdeuri achime tonggeunhago itta.
The people are commuting in the morning.

사람들이 기차로 직장까지 통근합니다.
Saramdeuri gicharo jikjjangkkaji tonggeunhamnida.
The people are commuting to work by train.

직장까지 통근 거리는 한시간이니까 매일 아침 일곱 시에 나와야 합니다.
Jikjjangkkaji tonggeun georineun hansiganinikka maeil achim ilgop sie nawaya hamnida.
The commute to the office is one hour, so we leave at 7 AM every morning.

사람들은 기차로 통근합니다.
Saramdeureun gicharo tonggeunhamnida.
The people are commuting by train.

아침에 통근하다
achime tonggeunhada
commute in the morning

직장까지 통근하다
jikjjangkkaji tonggeunhada
commute to work

기차로 직장까지 통근하다.
gicharo jikjjangkkaji tonggeunhada.
commute to work by train

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Korean Word of the Day - excited (adjective)

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신이 난 (sini nan) excited (adjective)

꼬마 여자 아이가 신이 났습니다.
Kkoma yeoja aiga sini natsseumnida.
The little girl is excited.

아기가 신이 났습니다.
Agiga sini natseumnida.
The baby is excited.

신이 난 아기
sini nan agi
excited baby

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Korean Word of the Day - dresser (noun)

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서랍장 (seorapjjang) dresser (noun)

나무 서랍장은 골동품입니다.
Namu seorapjjangeun goldongpumimnida.
The wooden dresser is an antique.

양말과 속옷은 서랍장의 맨 위의 서랍에 있습니다.
Yangmalgwa sogoseun seorapjjangui maen wiui seorabe itsseumnida.
My socks and underwear are in the top drawer of my dresser.

옷 서랍장
ot seorapjjang
dresser drawers

고풍의 서랍장
gopungui seorapjjang
antique dresser

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Korean Word of the Day - runny nose (noun)

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콧물 (konmul) runny nose (noun)

아기가 콧물을 흘리고 있습니다.
Agiga konmureul heulligo itsseumnida.
The baby has a runny nose.

콧물을 흘리다
konmureul heullida
have a runny nose

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Korean Word of the Day - hangar (noun)

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격납고 (gyeongnapggo) hangar (noun)

격납고에 있는 비행기
gyeongnapggoe inneun bihaenggi
airplane in the hangar

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Korean Word of the Day - knife (noun)

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나이프 (naipeu) knife (noun)

나이프 좀 건네 주시겠어요?
Naipeu jom geonne jusigesseoyo?
Could you pass me the knife?

테이블 나이프
teibeul naipeu
table knife

버터 나이프
beoteo naipeu
butter knife

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