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INTRODUCTION
Tim: 안녕하세요, KoreanClass101.com 여러분. 팀입니다. 안녕하세요, 여러분. 팀이에요. 잘 지내셨지요?
Joshua: 안녕하세요, everyone. 조슈아입니다. Braving the Korean Doctor.
Tim: KoreanClass101.com에 오신 것을 환영합니다. 어, 근데 조슈아 여긴 웬일이에요? What brings you here, Joshua?
Joshua: 형! 형이 절 불렀잖아요. Hey it was you who brought me here.
Tim: 아… 맞다. You are right. I brought you here. 여러분, 데비는 잠시 휴가 중이라 우리와 함께 녹음을 못 하게 됐어요. Debbie is currently on vacation. 그래서 조슈아가 우리와 함께 있는 겁니다. That’s why I brought Joshua here to join us. 자, 그럼 정식으로 조슈아 여러분께 소개를 해 보세요.
Joshua: 아… 어… 안녕하세요, 여러분. 저는 조슈아라고 합니다.
Tim: 아, 예. 거기까지.
Joshua: 형, 아직 할 얘기 많아요. I have more to say than just my name.
Tim: I know, sorry Joshua, but we have a lot to talk about in today’s lesson. 조슈아, 우리와 함께 해 주셔서 정말 감사드리고요. 우리 재미있게 한국어 공부해요. 알았죠, 동생?
Joshua: 알았어요. By the way, I heard that today’s lesson is Lesson #20 of Lower Intermediate, Season 2. 형, 그럼 오늘은 무엇을 배워요? What are we looking at in this lesson?
Tim: 오늘의 표현은요 today’s expression is 뭐뭐나요 which is a speech ending that is used when questioning a fact known to someone.
Joshua: Ah for example, 공부하나요? Are you studying?
Tim: Good. Another example is 지금 녹음하나요? Are we recording now?
Joshua: Tim, where does this conversation take place?
Tim: 병원에서. At the hospital.
Joshua: The conversation is between
Tim: A doctor and a group of friends.
Joshua: Since the speakers are strangers, the speakers will be speaking formal Korean.
Tim: 존댓말입니다. Let’s listen to the conversation.
DIALOGUE
철수: 아이고~ 아이고~ 죽겠다.
의사: 두 분 다 탈진하셨습니다. 일단, 주사 맞아야 합니다.
고은: 탈진이요!? 주사 맞으면 괜찮아지나요?
팀: 주사?! 의사 선생님! 저희 하나도 안 아파요...
의사: 팀 씨, 주사실로 가세요.
팀: 주사 정말 싫은데...
철수: 의사 선생님! 저도 맞아야 하나요? 저는 안 맞아도 되죠?
의사: 철수 씨는 탈진 증상이 더 심해서 두 대 맞아야 합니다.
철수: 뭐요!? 두 대나 맞아야 하나요?
의사: 박 간호사~ 준비해 주세요.
박 간호사: 팀 씨, 엉덩이에 힘 빼세요.
팀: 악~! 수진아~ 살려 줘~
Tim: 이번에는 천천히 들어 보겠습니다.
철수: 아이고~ 아이고~ 죽겠다.
의사: 두 분 다 탈진하셨습니다. 일단, 주사 맞아야 합니다.
고은: 탈진이요!? 주사 맞으면 괜찮아지나요?
팀: 주사?! 의사 선생님! 저희 하나도 안 아파요...
의사: 팀 씨, 주사실로 가세요.
팀: 주사 정말 싫은데...
철수: 의사 선생님! 저도 맞아야 하나요? 저는 안 맞아도 되죠?
의사: 철수 씨는 탈진 증상이 더 심해서 두 대 맞아야 합니다.
철수: 뭐요!? 두 대나 맞아야 하나요?
의사: 박 간호사~ 준비해 주세요.
박 간호사: 팀 씨, 엉덩이에 힘 빼세요.
팀: 악~! 수진아~ 살려 줘~
Tim: 이번에는 영어 번역과 함께 들어 보겠습니다.
철수: 아이고~ 아이고~ 죽겠다.
Cheolsu: Oh, I'm dying.
의사: 두 분 다 탈진하셨습니다. 일단, 주사 맞아야 합니다.
Doctor: Both of you fainted from exhaustion. First, you need to get an injection.
고은: 탈진이요!? 주사 맞으면 괜찮아지나요?
Goeun: Exhaustion? Will they be all right if they get a shot?
팀: 주사?! 의사 선생님! 저희 하나도 안 아파요...
Tim: A shot? Doctor, we're totally fine.
의사: 팀 씨, 주사실로 가세요.
Doctor: Please go to the injection room.
팀: 주사 정말 싫은데...
Tim: I really hate shots.
철수: 의사 선생님! 저도 맞아야 하나요? 저는 안 맞아도 되죠?
Cheolsu: Doctor! Do I also need to get a shot? I don't need to, right?
의사: 철수 씨는 탈진 증상이 더 심해서 두 대 맞아야 합니다.
Doctor: Your symptoms are much worse, so you will need to get two shots.
철수: 뭐요!? 두 대나 맞아야 하나요?
Cheolsu: What? I need to get two shots?
의사: 박 간호사~ 준비해 주세요.
Doctor: Nurse. Please prepare the shots.
박 간호사: 팀 씨, 엉덩이에 힘 빼세요.
Nurse Park: Tim, please relax your buttocks.
팀: 악~! 수진아~ 살려줘~
Tim: Ow! Sujin, Save me.
POST CONVERSATION BANTER
Joshua: 오… 팀과 철수 너무 불쌍해요. Poor Tim and 철수. They had to be taken to the hospital because they passed out from exhaustion, right?
Tim: 맞아요. 게다가 엉덩이 주사까지 맞아요. They also have to get shots on their butt.
Joshua: 아, 형. Speaking of hospitals, why don’t we give the listeners some useful vocabulary that can be used when being taken to the hospital.
Tim: 아, 좋은 생각입니다. 그럼 하나씩 볼까요? Then let’s do it one by one. 한국말로는 형인 제가 하고 영어로는 동생인 조슈아가 하겠습니다. Okay, Joshua?
Joshua: 알았어요, 형.
Tim: Umm okay let’s start with 병원.
Joshua: Hospital. Next
Tim: 의사.
Joshua: Doctor. Next
Tim: 간호사.
Joshua: Nurse and
Tim: 주사실.
Joshua: Injection room. And
Tim: 주사.
Joshua: Injection or a shot. Next
Tim: 엉덩이.
Joshua: Hip or backside. Next
Tim: 팔.
Joshua: Arm
Tim: And last 치료.
Joshua: Medical treatment. Okay. Well I think that’s enough. We will stop here for now. 근데요, 형.
Tim: 왜 자꾸 불러요? 왜요 동생?
Joshua: When we have a medical emergency in Korea, what should we do?
Tim: 아… 응급 상황 시의 대처법? Here are three tips for what to do in an emergency. First, 119에 전화를 건다.
Joshua: Dial 119 to call for an ambulance.
Tim: Second, 육하원칙에 따라서 상황을 설명하고 묘사한다.
Joshua: Explain and describe the situation in accordance with the WH questions.
Tim: Umm.
Tim: And lastly, 주변 사람들에게 도움을 청한다. Ask for help from others around you.
Joshua: Great. Good to know. 고마워요, 형.
Tim: Umm.
Joshua: Now let’s move on to today’s key vocabulary.
VOCAB LIST
Joshua: First
Tim: 탈진.
Joshua: Exhaustion.
Tim: 탈진 [slowly - broken down by syllable] 탈진 [natural native speed]
Joshua: Next
Tim: 일단.
Joshua: First, once.
Tim: 일단 [slowly - broken down by syllable] 일단 [natural native speed]
Joshua: And next
Tim: 주사를 맞다.
Joshua: To get an injection or a shot.
Tim: 주사를 맞다 [slowly - broken down by syllable] 주사를 맞다 [natural native speed]
Joshua: Next
Tim: 하나도.
Joshua: Not at all.
Tim: 하나도 [slowly - broken down by syllable] 하나도 [natural native speed]
Joshua: And next
Tim: 증상.
Joshua: Symptom.
Tim: 증상 [slowly - broken down by syllable] 증상 [natural native speed]
Joshua: And next
Tim: 심하다.
Joshua: To be harsh, to be tough, to be too much.
Tim: 심하다 [slowly - broken down by syllable] 심하다 [natural native speed]
Joshua: Next
Tim: 준비하다.
Joshua: To prepare.
Tim: 준비하다 [slowly - broken down by syllable] 준비하다 [natural native speed]
Joshua: And next
Tim: 엉덩이.
Joshua: Butt, buttocks.
Tim: 엉덩이 [slowly - broken down by syllable] 엉덩이 [natural native speed]
Joshua: And finally we have
Tim: 힘 빼세요.
Joshua: Relax or loosen up.
Tim: 힘 빼세요 [slowly - broken down by syllable] 힘 빼세요 [natural native speed]
Joshua: Let’s have a closer look at the usage for some of the words and phrases from this lesson.
VOCAB AND PHRASE USAGE
Joshua: The first word is
Tim: 탈진. Exhaustion or fatigue.
Joshua: Yes. 탈진 is a noun meaning exhaustion or fatigue. 근데, 형, 질문이요.
Tim: 조슈아, 왜 그렇게 질문이 많아요? 뭐예요?
Joshua: How can we make it into a verb to be exhausted?
Tim: 아… 그거요? It’s very simple. Just add 하다 to do to 탈진 so it becomes 탈진하다 to be exhausted.
Joshua: So 탈진 is a noun and 탈진하다 is the corresponding verb.
Tim: 응.
Joshua: 근데, 형.
Tim: 아 왜 자꾸 불러요? 왜요?
Joshua: Now let’s make an example sentence using 탈진 exhaustions.
Tim: 좋아요. What about this? 팀은 무리한 핫요가를 하다가 탈진했어.
Joshua: Which means Tim was exhausted from overexerting himself during a hot yoga class. Is that true?
Tim: 예, 사실입니다. 그래서 제가 핫요가를 싫어하는 거예요.
Joshua: Okay. Our next phrase is
Tim: 주사를 맞다 to get a shot. Let’s break down. 주사 is a noun that means a shot or an injection.
Joshua: 맞다 is a verb that means to be hit or to be struck.
Tim: Yes. So altogether, 주사를 맞다 means to get a shot.
Joshua: 형, can you give us an example sentence?
Tim: 물론이죠, 동생. Okay what about this? 조슈아는 심한 탈진으로 엉덩이에 주사를 맞아야 해.
Joshua: Which means Joshua has to get a shot on his back side from extreme exhaustion. What! On my back side, no way.
Tim: That’s right.
Joshua: Ouch! Okay and what’s our last phrase?
Tim: 어디 어디에 힘을 빼다. To relax one’s body. Let’s break the phrase down. 힘 is a noun that means strength or force.
Joshua: 빼다 is a verb that means to pull out or remove.
Tim: Yes. So altogether 힘을 빼다 means to relax one’s body.
Joshua: 그럼 형.
Tim: 아 또 뭐예요.
Joshua: Then how do you say relax your arms in Korean?
Tim: 아… 그거요? 팔에 힘을 빼세요. Relax your arms.
Joshua: Aha then what about relax the muscles in your backside.
Tim: 아… 엉덩이에 힘 빼세요. Relax the muscles in your back side.
Joshua: Thank you, 형. 그럼 형, 엉덩이에 힘 빼세요.
Tim: 하하하. 뭐라고요? Okay now let’s move on to the lesson focus.

Lesson focus

Joshua: The focus of today’s lesson is on a speech ending that is used when questioning a fact that is known to someone.
Tim: 네. 한국어로 ‘뭐뭐나요’입니다.
Joshua: Can you tell us about the conjugation rule?
Tim: 예, 알겠습니다. Rule #1. Use verb stem plus 나 when you are talking to someone younger than you.
Joshua: Rule #2. Use verb stem plus 나요 when you are speaking to someone older than you. 형, examples please.
Tim: 알았어요. Let’s use the verb 괜찮아지다 to be all right. 괜찮아지 is the verb stem. Then we add 나요 so it becomes 괜찮아지나요 meaning will so and so be all right. One example sentence. 의사 선생님, 주사를 맞으면 괜찮아 지나요?
Joshua: Which means doc, will so and so get better after getting a shot? Good one. Okay what about the next verb? To get a shot which we just learned from today’s key vocab.
Tim: 아… 그러요? 주사를 맞다 means to get a shot. 주사를 맞 is the verb stem. Then we add 나요 so it becomes 주사를 맞나요 meaning will so and so get a shot. Here is an example sentence. 의사 선생님, 조슈아도 주사를 맞나요?
Joshua: Which means will Joshua also get a shot? No thanks. Okay. What about this time? We will try one with the verb to hurt or to be painful.
Tim: 아… 아프다 means to hurt or to be painful. 아프 is the verb stem. Then we add 나요 so it becomes 아프나요 meaning does it hurt as an example sentence. What about 조슈아, 엉덩이가 아프냐?
Joshua: Which means Joshua, does your butt hurt? By the way listeners, Tim says 아프냐 instead of 아프나요 because we are good friends but anyway 형, 엉덩이 안 아파요. No, my butt doesn’t hurt. Okay our last verb is to prepare or to get ready.
Tim: 준비하다 means to prepare or to get ready. 준비하 is the verb stem. Then we add 나요 so it becomes 준비하나요 meaning are you getting ready. 조슈아, 지금 집에 갈 준비하나요?
Joshua: Which means Joshua, are you getting ready to go home? Yes, you are right. It’s Friday and it’s been a long week. So I am definitely getting ready to go home.
Tim: 어? 아직 녹음 안 끝났는데. But we haven’t finished the recording yet.
Joshua: Well, I think we gave our listeners plenty to think about for today’s lesson. So let’s call it a day.

Outro

Joshua: 형, I will let you say the last word for our listeners.
Tim: 어? 뭐라고? 마지막 말은? The last word? 음...뭐라 말해야 되지? 음… 자, 오늘 이만 끝!
Joshua: 형, 창피해요. It’s a shame. Ha ha! Okay listeners, thank you for listening and that’s all for today’s lesson. 그리고 형, from now on, you’ll never get a chance to say the last word for our listeners.
Tim: 하하하.
Tim: 여러분, 즐겁게 한국어 공부했나요?
Joshua: 여러분, 다음 시간에도 만나요. Bye everyone.
Tim: Bye, everyone.

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Tuesday at 06:30 PM
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안녕하세요.[An-nyeong-ha-se-yo]
Hello KoreanClass101.com 여러분!

How do you feel about getting a shot?

주사 맞아도 괜찮나요?
Is that okay if you get a shot?

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Saturday at 09:18 AM
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안녕하세요 robert groulx,


You are very welcome. 😇

Feel free to contact us if you have any questions.

We wish you good luck with your language studies.


Kind regards,

레벤테 (Levente)

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robert groulx
Friday at 06:42 AM
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thanks for the lesson


my favorite is 의사: 두 분 다 탈진하셨습니다. 일단, 주사 맞아야 합니다.


robert

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Monday at 11:42 PM
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Hi Sebastian,


Thank you for posting. The phrase 'Verb + 나요' is an ending pattern that is attached to an action verb stem to make a question more polite and gentle. So it is a more 'polite' and 'softer' way to pose a question.


Cheers,

Lyn

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Sebastian
Wednesday at 06:58 PM
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Hi!


In howtostudykorean.com they say that 나(요) is a speech softener, see here:


https://www.howtostudykorean.com/unit1/unit-1-lessons-17-25-2/lesson-21-asking-questions-in-korean-why-when-where-and-who/#21new


It doesn't say anything about that in this lesson (in the Lesson Notes at least, haven't listened to the audio yet). That confuses me a bit. So is it a speech softener or not?

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Friday at 01:15 PM
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소팟씨,

안녕하세요.


즐거운 주말 되세요. :smile:


감사합니다.

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소팟
Friday at 07:07 PM
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감사합니다:sunglasses::sunglasses:

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Tuesday at 10:41 PM
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소팟씨, 안녕하세요.


1/ 어제 일 때문에 지금은 탈진하셨습니다. :disappointed:

-> If you are talking about yourself, please change 탈진하셨습니다 (honorific only used in the second or third person) to 탈진했습니다. (declarative past formal)

2/ 지난주 병원에 갔어서 의사 선생님 엉덩이 힘 빼 말했어요.

-> 지난 주 병원에 갔는데 의사 선생님이 '엉덩이 힘 빼'라고 말씀하셨어요.

3/ 이것는 한나도 안 먹어요.

-> 이것은 하나도 안 먹었어요.

4/ 지난달 병원에 갔어서 주사를 맞았어요.

-> 지난 달에 병원에 가서 주사를 맞았어요. Good! :thumbsup:


Keep it up! :wink:


감사합니다.

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소팟
Saturday at 09:41 PM
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1/ 어제 일 때문에 지금은 탈진하셨습니다. :disappointed:

2/ 지난주 병원에 갔어서 의사 선생님 엉덩이 힘 빼 말했어요.

3/ 이것는 한나도 안 먹어요.

4/ 지난달 병원에 갔어서 주사를 맞았어요.



- 한국어에는 뭐 재미있나요?

- 한국어 말할 수있나요?

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Tuesday at 09:15 AM
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Hi Colin,


That is really funny. They would let you if you keep talking to them in English..!


At least you would get what you ask for right?:lol:




Thank you


Madison

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Colin
Monday at 05:06 AM
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"Explain and describe the situation in accordance with the "wh-" questions. Although the staff doesn't speak English, the staff will help you talk with English-speaking staff if you keep speaking in English on the phone."


푸하하하하하하하 빵 터졌다..... 이런 외국인들은....에이고... 못 살아 진짜.