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Let's review the key vocabulary.
눈 (nun).
눈. 눈.
맑다 (mak-da),
"To be clear."
맑다. 맑다.
맑아요. (Malg-a-yo.).
"It's sunny."
맑아요. (Malg-a-yo.)
흐리다 (heu-ri-da).
"To be cloudy."
흐리다. 흐리다.
흐려요. (Heu-ryeo-yo.)
"It's cloudy."
흐려요. 흐려요.
Let's review.
Respond to the prompts by speaking aloud.
Then repeat after me, focusing on pronunciation.
Do you remember how to say "rain?"
비 (bi)
And the subject-marking particle that follows words ending in vowels?
가 (ga)
Do you remember how Karen Morris says,
"It's raining."
비가 와요. (Bi-ga wa-yo.)
비가 와요. (Bi-ga wa-yo.)
Do you remember how to say "weather?"
날씨 (nal-ssi)
Do you remember how In-suk In asks,
"How's the weather?"
날씨 어때요? (Nal-ssi eo-ttae-yo?)
날씨 어때요? (Nal-ssi eo-ttae-yo?)
Do you remember the word meaning "to be clear?"
맑다 (mak-da)
And the informal-polite spoken way to say
"It's sunny."
맑아요. (Malg-a-yo.)
Do you remember how to say "snow?"
눈 (nun)