Lesson Transcript

Let's practice.
Imagine you're Karen Morris, and you’re having a language-exchange lunch with So-yeong Seo.
Ask, "How do you say "chopsticks" in Korean?"
Ready?
한국어로 chopsticks 어떻게 말해요? (Han-gug-eo-ro chopsticks eo-tteo-ke mal-hae-yo?)
젓가락이에요. (Jeot-ra-rag-i-e-yo.)
Listen again and repeat.
한국어로 chopsticks 어떻게 말해요? (Han-gug-eo-ro chopsticks eo-tteo-ke mal-hae-yo?)
한국어로 chopsticks 어떻게 말해요? (Han-gug-eo-ro chopsticks eo-tteo-ke mal-hae-yo?)
Now you want to know the word for "pen."
Ready?
한국어로 pen 어떻게 말해요? (Han-gug-eo-ro pen eo-tteo-ke mal-hae-yo?)
펜이에요. (Pen-i-e-yo.)
Listen again and repeat.
한국어로 pen 어떻게 말해요? (Han-gug-eo-ro pen eo-tteo-ke mal-hae-yo?)
한국어로 pen 어떻게 말해요? (Han-gug-eo-ro pen eo-tteo-ke mal-hae-yo?)
Let’s try one more.
Imagine you’re Sasha Morris, and you’re studying with a classmate. Point at a nearby pencil, and ask how to say "this" in Korean.
Ready?
한국어로 이거 어떻게 말해요? (Han-gug-eo-ro i-geo eo-tteo-ke mal-hae-yo?)
연필이에요. (Yeon-pir-i-e-yo.)
Listen again and repeat.
한국어로 이거 어떻게 말해요? (Han-gug-eo-ro i-geo eo-tteo-ke mal-hae-yo?)
한국어로 이거 어떻게 말해요? (Han-gug-eo-ro i-geo eo-tteo-ke mal-hae-yo?)
This is the end of this lesson.
Remember, these Can Do lessons are about learning practical language skills.
What's next?
Show us what you can do.
When you're ready, take your assessment.
You can take it again and again, so try anytime you like.
Our teachers will assess it, and give you your results.
Now you know how to ask how you say something in Korean. That's all there is to it.
Keep practicing — and move on to the next lesson!

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