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Jaehwi: Hi everyone. Welcome back to Korean Weekly Words. I am Jaehwi. Let’s see what we have for this week. The topic of the week is plants.
The first word is 나무 (namu) which means “tree.” With that word, you can say 저는 어렸을 때 나무에 올라가곤 했습니다. (Jeoneun eoryeoseul ttae namue ollagagon haetsseumnida.) which means “When I was young, I used to climb trees.”
Okay next we have 꽃 (kkot) which means “flower.” Okay with that word, you can say 한국의 국화는 무궁화꽃입니다. (Hangugui gukwaneun mugunghwakkochimnida.) which means “The national flower of South Korea is Rose of Sharon.”
Next we have 잎 (ip) which means “leaf.” With that word, you can say 떡을 만들 때 떡 사이에 솔잎을 넣습니다. (Tteogeul mandeul ttae tteok saie soripeul neosseumnida.) which means “When making rice cakes, you put pine tree leaves between rice cakes.” Because you know without anything between the rice cakes, it will just get together because it’s too sticky.
씨 (ssi) which means “seed.” So with that word, you can say 저는 수박을 먹을 때 씨도 먹습니다. (Jeoneun subageul meogeul ttae ssido meoksseumnida.) which means “When I eat watermelon, I also eat seeds.”
Okay next we have 풀 (pul) which means “grass.” When you go to a park in South Korea, you can see some sign saying 풀을 밟지 마세요. (Pureul bapji maseyo.) which means “Don’t step on grass.”
End. I hope you liked some of the words that we have this week. I will see you next week. 다음 시간에 뵙겠습니다. (Daeum sigane boepgetsseumnida.) 안녕히 계세요. (Annyeonghi gyeseyo.)

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Tuesday at 6:30 pm
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Which word do you like the most?

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Tuesday at 9:40 am
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Hi Andre,


Thanks for posting. The correct romanization is 'kkot'. This is due to rules of batchim, which you can learn more about here:


https://www.koreanclass101.com/lesson/hana-hana-hangul-13-hangul-batchim-rules-1-lenition-and-fortis/


Cheers,

Lyn

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Andre
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Hi. Is the romanization for flower is really kkot or it should kkoch?

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Friday at 6:51 pm
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Hello Abby,


Thank you for posting.


Looking forward to seeing you often here!


Sincerely

Cristiane

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Abby
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Hi

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Hi Colin,


Thank you for your comment. The PDF lesson notes are updated.


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