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Hi everyone, I’m Gabriella, how are your Korean listening skills?
In this video you’ll have a chance to test them out with a quiz.
First you’ll see an image and hear a question.
Next comes a short dialogue.
Listen carefully and see if you can answer correctly.
We’ll show you the answer at the end.
Are you ready?
서점에서 여자가 점원에게 무언가를 부탁하고 있습니다.
그 여자는 어떤 책을 보고 싶어 합니까?
죄송합니다. 그 선반에 있는 책을 보고 싶습니다.
어떤 책이요?
자동차에 대한 책이요.
잠시만 기다려주세요. (pause) 이거요?
네 맞아요.
여기 있습니다.
그 여자는 어떤 책을 보고 싶어 합니까?
서점에서 여자가 점원에게 무언가를 부탁하고 있습니다.
그 여자는 어떤 책을 보고 싶어 합니까?
죄송합니다. 그 선반에 있는 책을 보고 싶습니다.
어떤 책이요?
자동차에 대한 책이요.
잠시만 기다려주세요. (pause) 이거요?
네 맞아요.
여기 있습니다.
Did you get it right?
I hope you learned something from this quiz.
Let us know if you have any questions.
See you next time!

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Monday at 6:30 pm
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Friday at 11:24 am
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Hi waft rebei, YUXIN LIU,


Thank you for posting, and sorry to hear that you did not understand anything. We hope that our lessons will be of help as you continue your Korean studies. Please let us know if you have any inquiries.


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YUXIN LIU
Tuesday at 6:20 pm
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Well I didn't understand anything. I'm so sorry.I'm totally an absolut beginner. I hope I can study hard with your assistance.

wafa rebei
Tuesday at 4:12 am
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well i didnt understand anything. im sorry. im really an absolut beginner. i am still fighting with self introduction.

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Tuesday at 11:07 pm
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Hi steve,


Thank you for your valuable feedback! ?

Please let us know if you have any other inquiries.


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steve dueker
Sunday at 8:21 pm
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Yes, the term absolute beginner is incorrect as absolute begginer is "hello, I am steve. The weather is nice today". I find the categorization rather overdone. Should just be levels from 0 to 10, rather than newbie, absolute beginner 1 and 2, beginner, etc...


Also, even though people wish to grow accustom to natural korean speaking spead, an absolute beginner speed should be slowed down a bit.

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Friday at 5:01 pm
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Hi Michael,


Thank you for posting. Sticking with this lesson is one good way to get the phrases down. Also, if you would like other lessons for absolute beginners, you may want to go to our 'Learning Paths' section to see which lesson series fit your level. Just click on 'LESSONS' at the top of the page, then 'Learning Paths', and it will show you the various lessons available according to the level of learning.


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Michael
Friday at 7:49 am
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If this is for absolute beginners, I'm even less than that. Nevertheless, it is very useful. I'm going to stay with this lesson for a while till I feel comfortable with each phrase. The ability to listen and comprehend with a limited vocabulary is an essential part of language learning.

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Monday at 10:01 pm
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Hi Ben,


Thank you for posting. You're right, if the speaker wanted to express that they want to see/meet someone, they would say:


보고싶어요/보고싶다.


In the sample sentence, the speaker is asking whether the woman wanted to meet/see someone, so they asked, 보고싶어 합니까?


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Lyn

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Saturday at 2:56 am
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Why is the verb "want to see" conjugated as below in the video? Is it because the narrator is asking what the woman is wanting to see and not the narrator herself?


"보고 싶어 합니까?"

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Thursday at 11:22 am
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Hi Ian,


Thanks for posting. 자동차 means car, 차 is a shortened version of it. (자동=automatic)


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Lyn

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