Dialogue

Lesson Transcript

Welcome to Can-Do Korean by KoreanClass101.com.
안녕하세요 여러분! 김계진입니다. (Annyeonghaseyo yeoreobun! Gim Gyejin imnida.)
"Hi everyone! I’m Kyejin Kim."
In this lesson, you’ll learn how to ask what a word is in Korean.
This is Ben Morris, and he's at a cafe doing a language exchange with his classmate, Ga-eun Gim.
It’s the Korean portion of the exchange, and he points at the textbook and asks,
"How do you say “textbook” in Korean?"
한국어로 textbook 어떻게 말해요? (Han-gug-eo-ro textbook eo-tteo-ke mal-hae-yo?)
Listen to the conversation, and focus on the question.
The conversation is between two young adults of the same age, so the politeness level is informal-polite.
Ready?
한국어로 textbook 어떻게 말해요? (Han-gug-eo-ro textbook eo-tteo-ke mal-hae-yo?)
교과서예요. (Gyo-gwa-seo-ye-yo.)
Once more with the English translation.
한국어로 textbook 어떻게 말해요? (Han-gug-eo-ro textbook eo-tteo-ke mal-hae-yo?)
"How do you say "textbook" in Korean?"
교과서예요. (Gyo-gwa-seo-ye-yo.)
"It's “textbook.”"

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