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Introduction
Becky: Possession. In this lesson, you’ll learn how to talk about possession in Korean.
Body
Becky: Here's the informal way to ask 'Do you have a pen?' in Korean.
Kyejin: [Normal] 펜 있어요?(pen isseoyo?)
Becky: First is a word meaning 'pen'
Kyejin: [Normal] 펜 [Slow] 펜 (pen)
Becky: Last is the word meaning 'to have'
Kyejin: [Normal] 있어요 [Slow] 있어요(isseoyo)
Becky: Listen again to the informal question meaning 'Do you have a pen?'
Kyejin: [Slow] 펜 있어요? [Normal] 펜 있어요?
Becky: Ok, now let's see the formal way to ask 'Do you have a pen?'
Kyejin: [Normal] 펜 있습니까?(pen itsseumnikka?)
Becky: First is a word meaning 'pen'
Kyejin: [Normal] 펜 [Slow] 펜 (pen)
Becky: Last is the phrase meaning 'do you have?'
Kyejin: [Normal] 있습니까 [Slow] 있습니까(itsseumnikka)
Becky: Listen again to the formal question meaning 'Do you have a pen?'
Kyejin: [Slow] 펜 있습니까? [Normal] 펜 있습니까?
Becky: Following is the informal way to say 'Yes, I do.'
Kyejin: [Normal] 네, 있어요.(ne, isseoyo.)
Becky: First is a word meaning 'yes'
Kyejin: [Normal] 네 [Slow] 네(ne)
Becky: Last is the word meaning 'to have'
Kyejin: [Normal] 있어요 [Slow] 있어요(isseoyo)
Becky: Listen again to the informal phrase meaning 'Yes, I do.'
Kyejin: [Slow] 네, 있어요. [Normal] 네, 있어요.
Becky: Finally is a formal way to say 'Yes, here you are.'
Kyejin: [Normal] 네, 여기 있습니다.(ne, yeogi itsseumnida.)
Becky: First is a word meaning 'yes'
Kyejin: [Normal] 네 [Slow] 네(ne)
Becky: Next is the word meaning 'here'
Kyejin: [Normal] 여기 [Slow] 여기(yeogi)
Becky: Last is the word meaning 'to have'
Kyejin: [Normal] 있습니다 [Slow] 있습니다(itsseumnida)
Becky: Listen again to the formal phrase meaning 'Yes, here you are.'
Kyejin: [Slow] 네, 여기 있습니다. [Normal] 네, 여기 있습니다.
Cultural Insight
Becky: Now it's time for a quick cultural insight.
Kyejin: Besides possession, 있어요(isseoyo) can also express that something is located somewhere or is existing as in "There is/are." So if someone says "사람 있어요."(saram isseoyo.) it does not mean "I have a person." but "There is a person."

Outro

Becky: And that’s all for this lesson. Don’t forget to check out the lesson notes, and we’ll see you in the next lesson!

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Wednesday at 06:30 PM
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How would you say 'Do you have a book?'

KoreanClass101.com
Thursday at 09:34 AM
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Hi 아린,


Thanks for posting. You need to use the subject marking particle 이 here (or omit it)L


책을 있습니까?-->책(이) 있습니까?

책을 있어요?-->책(이) 있어요?


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Lyn

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아린
Tuesday at 04:07 PM
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책을 있습니까?

책을 있어요?

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Tuesday at 11:38 AM
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Hi Robin,


Great job! Keep up the good work. :thumbs:


Cheers,

Lyn

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Robin
Sunday at 05:33 AM
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책 있어요?

책 있습니까?