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Let’s review the new words.
영국인 (Yeong-gug-in). "British person."
영국인. 영국인.
호주인 (Ho-ju-in). "Australian person."
호주인. 호주인.
Let's review.
Respond to the prompts by speaking aloud.
Then repeat after me, focusing on pronunciation.
Ready?
Do you remember how to say "Korea?"
한국 (han-guk).
한국 (han-guk).
And how to say "Korean," as in a Korean person?
한국인 (han-gug-in).
한국인 (han-gug-in).
Do you remember how to say “I?”
저 (jeo).
저 (jeo).
And how to say
“As for me.”
저는 (jeo-neun).
저는 (jeo-neun).
Do you remember how to say,
"Yes."
네 (ne).
네 (ne).
Do you remember how Ms. Ju says,
"Yes, I'm Korean."
네, 저는 한국인이에요. (Ne, jeo-neun han-gug-in-i-e-yo.)
네, 저는 한국인이에요. (Ne, jeo-neun han-gug-in-i-e-yo.)
Do you remember how Ms. Yu asks,
"Are you Korean?"
한국인이에요? (Han-gug-in-i-e-yo?)
한국인이에요? (Han-gug-in-i-e-yo?)
Do you remember how to say "American" as in a person from the United States of America?
미국인 (mi-gug-in).
미국인 (mi-gug-in).
And how to say "British," as in a British person?"
영국인 (yeong-gug-in).
영국인 (yeong-gug-in).
Do you remember how to say "Australian," as in an Australian person?"
호주인 (ho-ju-in).
호주인 (ho-ju-in).
And how to say "no?"
아니요 (a-ni-yo).
아니요 (a-ni-yo).

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