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INTRODUCTION
Miseon: 안녕하세요, 안녕하세요 (annyeonghaseyo, annyeonghaseyo), KoreanClass101.com입니다 (imnida).
Keith: Hey, I am Keith, welcome to newbie series season 4, lesson 14; Using Korean Future Tense - “When Are You Going on Vacation”
Miseon: Hello everyone. I am Miseon, and welcome to koreanclass101.com.
Keith: With us, you will learn to speak Korean with fun and effective lessons.
Miseon: We also provide you with culture insights.
Keith: And tips you won’t find in a text book.
Okay, What are we going to learn in this lesson?
Miseon: Ooh, Exciting this lesson. In this lesson, we'll learn some expressions about vacation and also there is some practice using future tense.
Keith: And where does this conversation takes place?
Miseon: This conversation takes place in the office.
Keith: Ok and who’s this conversation between?
Miseon: The conversation is between two colleagues
Keith: And the speakers let me tell you a little bit about them, They’re not so close to each other, so I'm going to take a guess they’re not going to intimate language, they’re going to use polite.
Miseon: you got it, 존댓말 이요 (jondaenmal iyo).
Keith: All right. Now before you listen to the conversation.
Miseon: We want to ask.
Keith: Do you read the lesson notes while you listen?
Miseon: Seeing the Korean definitely helps.
Keith: if you have tried it.
Miseon: What do you think of it?
Keith: You can leave us feedback in the comments section of this lesson.
All right. Let’s listen into the conversation.
Miseon: 잘 들어보세요. (jal deureoboseyo)
DIALOGUE
진경 (jingyeong): 민호 씨, 휴가 언제 갈 거예요? (minho ssi, hyuga eonje gal geo-yeyo?)
민호 (minho): 휴가요? 몰라요. 진경 씨는 언제 갈 거예요? (hyuga-yo? mollayo. jingyeong ssi-neun eonje gal geo-yeyo?)
진경 (jingyeong): 저는 다음 달에 갈 거예요. (jeo-neun daeum dal-e gal geo-yeyo.)
민호 (minho): 뭐 할 거예요? (mwo hal geo-yeyo?)
진경 (jingyeong): 여행할 거예요. (yeohaenghal geo-yeyo.)
민호 (minho): 며칠 동안요? (myeochil dong-an-yo?)
진경 (jingyeong): 2주일이요. (ijuil-iyo.)
민호 (minho): 우와. (uwa.)
진경 (jingyeong): 내일 비행기표 살 거예요. (naeil bihaenggipyo sal geo-yeyo.)
민호 (minho): 부럽다… (bureopda…)
Miseon: 한번 더 천천히 (hanbeon deo cheoncheonhi).
Keith: One more time, slowly.
진경 (jingyeong): 민호 씨, 휴가 언제 갈 거예요? (minho ssi, hyuga eonje gal geo-yeyo?)
민호 (minho): 휴가요? 몰라요. 진경 씨는 언제 갈 거예요? (hyuga-yo? mollayo. jingyeong ssi-neun eonje gal geo-yeyo?)
진경 (jingyeong): 저는 다음 달에 갈 거예요. (jeo-neun daeum dal-e gal geo-yeyo.)
민호 (minho): 뭐 할 거예요? (mwo hal geo-yeyo?)
진경 (jingyeong): 여행할 거예요. (yeohaenghal geo-yeyo.)
민호 (minho): 며칠 동안요? (myeochil dong-an-yo?)
진경 (jingyeong): 2주일이요. (ijuil-iyo.)
민호 (minho): 우와. (uwa.)
진경 (jingyeong): 내일 비행기표 살 거예요. (naeil bihaenggipyo sal geo-yeyo.)
민호 (minho): 부럽다… (bureopda…)
Miseon: 영어로 한번더. (yeongeoro hanbeondeo.)
Keith: Now let’s hear it with the English translation.
진경 (jingyeong): 민호 씨, 휴가 언제 갈 거예요? (minho ssi, hyuga eonje gal geo-yeyo?)
Keith: Minho, When are you going to go on a vacation?
민호 (minho): 휴가요? 몰라요. 진경 씨는 언제 갈 거예요? (hyuga-yo? mollayo. jingyeong ssi-neun eonje gal geo-yeyo?)
Keith: A vacation? I don't know. When are you going to go, Jingyeong?
진경 (jingyeong): 저는 다음 달에 갈 거예요. (jeo-neun daeum dal-e gal geo-yeyo.)
Keith: I'm going to go next month.
민호 (minho): 뭐 할 거예요? (mwo hal geo-yeyo?)
Keith: What are you going to do?
진경 (jingyeong): 여행할 거예요. (yeohaenghal geo-yeyo.)
Keith: I'm going to travel.
민호 (minho): 며칠 동안요? (myeochil dong-an-yo?)
Keith: For how many days?
진경 (jingyeong): 2주일이요. (ijuil-iyo.)
Keith: Two weeks.
민호 (minho): 우와. (uwa.)
Keith: Wow.
진경 (jingyeong): 내일 비행기표 살 거예요. (naeil bihaenggipyo sal geo-yeyo.)
Keith: I'm going to buy the plane tickets tomorrow.
민호 (minho): 부럽다… (bureopda…)
Keith: I'm jealous.
POST CONVERSATION BANTER
Keith: I’ve got a question where do most Korean people go when they take a vacation from work?
Miseon: Before, I think vacation meant just relaxing and doing nothing to a lot of people. But nowadays a lot of people enjoy their vacations more actively.
Keith: Yeah, actively and what does that means? may be like travelling ?
Miseon: 네 (ne), 맞아요 (majayo). I think travelling and specially travelling overseas is the most common way to spend their vacation time for many many people.
Keith: So it's really hard to imagine individual trips were not easily allowed in Korea until the late 1990s.
Miseon: 네 (ne). And people who work in their twenties back then are now in their forties or fifties something like that so a lot of middle age people are choosing to go abroad during their holidays.
Keith: Yeah, doing what couldn't do when they're younger and now they have more money than back then and travelling …
Miseon: 네 (ne). Right, Hopefully.
Keith: Yeah Hopefully. Well now, let's take a look at the vocabulary.
Miseon: 네 (ne).
VOCAB LIST
Keith: First word we have is:
Miseon: 휴가 (hyuga) [natural native speed]
Keith: holiday, day off
Miseon: 휴가 (hyuga) [slowly - broken down by syllable]
Miseon: 휴가 (hyuga) [natural native speed]
Keith: Next.
Miseon: 언제 (eonje) [natural native speed]
Keith: when
Miseon: 언제 (eonje) [slowly - broken down by syllable]
Miseon: 언제 (eonje) [natural native speed]
Keith: Next.
Miseon: 가다 (gada) [natural native speed]
Keith: to go
Miseon: 가다 (gada) [slowly - broken down by syllable]
Miseon: 가다 (gada) [natural native speed]
Keith: Next.
Miseon: 모르다 (moreuda) [natural native speed]
Keith: to not know
Miseon: 모르다 (moreuda) [slowly - broken down by syllable]
Miseon: 모르다 (moreuda) [natural native speed]
Keith: Next.
Miseon: 다음 달 (daeum ttal) [natural native speed]
Keith: next month
Miseon: 다음 달 (daeum ttal) [slowly - broken down by syllable]
Miseon: 다음 달 (daeum ttal) [natural native speed]
Keith: Next.
Miseon: 여행하다 (yeohaeng-hada) [natural native speed]
Keith: to travel, to go on a trip
Miseon: 여행하다 (yeohaeng-hada) [slowly - broken down by syllable]
Miseon: 여행하다 (yeohaeng-hada) [natural native speed]
Keith: Next.
Miseon: 며칠 (myeochil) [natural native speed]
Keith: a few days, what date, how many days
Miseon: 며칠 (myeochil) [slowly - broken down by syllable]
Miseon: 며칠 (myeochil) [natural native speed]
Keith: Next.
Miseon: 동안 (dongan) [natural native speed]
Keith: while, during
Miseon: 동안 (dongan) [slowly - broken down by syllable]
Miseon: 동안 (dongan) [natural native speed]
Keith: Next.
Miseon: 2주일 (iju-il) [natural native speed]
Keith: two weeks
Miseon: 2주일 (iju-il) [slowly - broken down by syllable]
Miseon: 2주일 (iju-il) [natural native speed]
Keith: Next.
Miseon: 내일 (naeil) [natural native speed]
Keith: tomorrow
Miseon: 내일 (naeil) [slowly - broken down by syllable]
Miseon: 내일 (naeil) [natural native speed]
Keith: Next.
Miseon: 비행기표 (bihaenggipyo) [natural native speed]
Keith: plane ticket, flight ticket
Miseon: 비행기표 (bihaenggipyo) [slowly - broken down by syllable]
Miseon: 비행기표 (bihaenggipyo) [natural native speed]
Keith: Next.
Miseon: 사다 (sada) [natural native speed]
Keith: to buy
Miseon: 사다 (sada) [slowly - broken down by syllable]
Miseon: 사다 (sada) [natural native speed]
Keith: And finally...
Miseon: 부럽다 (bureopda) [natural native speed]
Keith: to be envious
Miseon: 부럽다 (bureopda) [slowly - broken down by syllable]
Miseon: 부럽다 (bureopda) [natural native speed]
VOCAB AND PHRASE USAGE
Keith: All right, we’re going to take a closer look at the uses of some a words in phrases from this lesson.
Miseon: Okay, the first word we’ll look at is 휴가 (hyuga).
Keith: Vacation.
Miseon: 휴가 (hyuga), 휴가 (hyuga).
Keith: Okay, now this word means vacation but it's different from a school vacation. Isn't it?
Miseon: 네 (ne). Student can’t use the word 휴가 (hyuga).
Keith: Right, the word that students use for vacation is:
Miseon: 방학 (banghak).
Keith: Yes, so technically speaking, the word 휴가 (hyuga) must be a vacation that you take from work.
Miseon: 네 (ne), not school.
Keith: Yeah, then what about for the teachers working in schools is it 휴가 (hyuga) or 방학 (banghak) for them?
Miseon: For the school it's still called 방학 (banghak), but for the teachers personally it's 휴가 (hyuga).
Keith: Okay, pretty confusing but I think I got it. So, remember 휴가 (hyuga) is for work.
Miseon: 네 (ne), and 방학 (banghak) for school.
Keith: Okay, what's the next word we have.
Miseon: 비행기표 (bihaenggipyo)
Keith: Plane ticket.
Miseon: 비행기표 (bihaenggipyo), 비행기표. (bihaenggipyo.)
Keith: Okay, so 비행기 (bihaenggi) that means airplane.
Miseon: and 표 (pyo) means a ticket. So whenever you buy a ticket for something it's 표 (pyo).
Keith: And also when you enter a movie theatre or you get on the train, what they ask you for is:
Miseon: 표! (pyo!)
Keith: Yeah, 표 (pyo), that's a ticket.
Miseon: 네 (ne), it's simple and easy please don't forget 표 이요. (pyo iyo.)
Keith: Okay, great chat, huh? let's take a look at the focus for this lesson.
Miseon: 네 (ne).

Lesson focus

Keith: Miseon-ssi, what’s the focus? What are we taking a look at?
Miseon: Okay, the focus of this lesson is to practise using future tense and also learn some expressions about vacation.
Keith: And if you are already familiar with the future tense.
Miseon: Take this opportunity to review what you know and practice some more.
Keith: Awesome, so when you want to say something in the future tense in Korean, what do you have to do?
Miseon: what we need to do is just change the end of the verb a little bit, so you add -ㄹ/을 거야 (-r/eul geoya) or -ㄹ/을 거예요 (-r/eul geoyeyo) after the verb stem.
Keith: I could so the future tense is this structure:
Miseon: -ㄹ/을 거야 (-r/eul geoya) or -ㄹ/을 거예요 (-r/eul geoyeyo)
Keith: Okay, this was used in some other sentences in the dialogue of this lesson. Do you want to help us take a look?
Miseon: Of course, that's my job. First one 가다 (gada) is “to go”, and it was used in the sentence 휴가 언제 갈 거예요? (hyuga eonje gal geoyeyo?)
Keith: When you’re talking your vacation?
Miseon: and 하다 (hada), “to do”, and it was used in 뭐 할 거예요? (mwo hal geoyeyo?)
Keith: What are you going to do?
Miseon: and next 여행하다 (yeohaenghada)
Keith: That means “to travel”.
Miseon: it was used in 여행할 거예요. (yeohaenghal geoyeyo.)
Keith: “I am going to travel”. Sounds pretty nice. I could use that too, so ...
Miseon: Uh, I want to go ..I want to travel.
Keith: all right, well, let's have a look at some more sample sentences. I give you the English and you give me Korean.
Miseon: 좋아요! (joayo!) I like it.
Keith: Okay, I am going to meet my friends.
Miseon: 친구 만날 거예요. (chingu mannal geoyeyo.)
Keith: "I'll be at home."
Miseon: 집에 있을 거예요. (jibe isseul geoyeyo.)
Keith: "Are you going to write to me?"
Miseon: 편지 쓸 거야? (pyeonji sseul geoya?)
Keith: ok great job.
Miseon: 감사니다. (gamsanida.)

Outro

Keith: Now don’t forget to stop by KoreanClass101.com and pick up the lesson notes.
Miseon: It has the conversation transcript.
Keith: Vocabs., sample sentences, and grammar explanation.
Miseon: And a culture insights section.
Keith: Seeing the Korean.
Miseon: Really helps you remember faster.
Keith: But don’t take our word for it. Please have a look for yourself.
Miseon: And let us know what you think.
Keith: Okay, thanks you for listening. Bye bye.
Miseon: Bye! 안녕히 계세요! (annyeonghi gyeseyo!)

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Monday at 06:30 PM
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What are you going to do this weekend? :)

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Thursday at 01:49 AM
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Hi Uttam,


Thanks for posting. ~서 is a connective particle. You go to A to do B-->You go to the store to buy mosquito repellent.

Another example:


I will go to the library to borrow books.

-->도서관에 가서 책을 빌릴 거예요.


Cheers,

Lyn

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Uttam
Sunday at 02:34 PM
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린 Lyn,

... 가게에 가서... when do you use the word '가서'?


I should use '치다 > 칠' for sports such as soccer, table tennis...

감사합니다.

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Saturday at 01:33 AM
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Hi Uttam,


Thanks for posting, let's take a look at what you wrote:


저는 배드민턴 놀을 거예요. I am going to play badminton.-->For sports where you hit a ball or something else you use 치다:

배드민턴을 칠 거예요.


저는 토요일 도서관을 갈 거예요. I will go to the library on Saturday. -->토요일 도서관에 갈 거예요.

저는 일요일 가게 보다 모기 약 살 거예요. I will buy mosquito repellent from shop on Sunday. -->일요일에 가게에 가서 모기약을 살 거예요.


Cheers,

Lyn

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Uttam
Thursday at 09:47 AM
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안녕하세요 선셍님.

Here are a few things I will do (... 할 거예요) :


저는 배드민턴 놀을 거예요. I am going to play badminton.

저는 토요일 도서관을 갈 거예요. I will go to the library on Saturday.

저는 일요일 가게 보다 모기 약 살 거예요. I will buy mosquito repellent from shop on Sunday.

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Wednesday at 08:47 PM
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Hi Lulu,


Thank you for posting.

어떤 영화 좋아하세요? :smile:


Thanks,

Claire

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Lulu Smith
Wednesday at 02:16 PM
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저는주말에 영화봐요.

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Friday at 12:48 PM
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Hi Nate,



화이팅! :D



(Wish you luck! ;) )



Thank you,

Madison, Koreanclass101.com

Nate
Tuesday at 09:34 PM
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저는 더 한국어 공부 할거예요

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Wednesday at 09:23 AM
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:razz:Hi, Chris.


Your sentence is perfect : )


쉬면서 무엇을 할 거예요?


(While resting, what will you do?)

Chris
Tuesday at 12:06 PM
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저는 쉴 거예요!

(is it correct? --')