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INTRODUCTION
Miseon: 안녕하세요 여러분 (annyeonghaseyo yeoreobun), KoreanClass101.com입니다 (imnida).
Keith: Hey, I am Keith, welcome to newbie series season 4, lesson 20; “These Expressions Will Get You Out of the House in Korea … And more!” Hi, my name is Keith and I’m joined by Miseon.
Miseon: 안녕하세요 여러분 (annyeonghaseyo yeoreobun). Welcome back to koreanclass101.com
Keith: All right, what are we going to learn in this lesson?
Miseon: In this lesson, we’ll learn how to say “and” in Korean, and also learn some expressions related to going out of the house.
Keith: All right, as we’re going out, where does this conversation take place?
Miseon: 집 이요. (jip iyo.)
Keith: In the house, that’s right. And the conversation is between:
Miseon: Between a mother and a son.
Keith: And, mother and son. Obviously, they’re going to be speaking informal Korean.
Miseon: 반말 이요. (banmal iyo.)
Keith: Listeners, I have a question.
Miseon: A question?
Keith: Yup, I want to know when was the last time you commented.
Miseon: Yes, great question.
Keith: Stop by koreanclass101.com, leave us a comment or just say hi. All right, well, let's listen into the conversation.
Miseon: 잘 들어보세요. (jal deureoboseyo.)
DIALOGUE
아들 (adeul): 엄마 빨리 나와. (eomma ppalli nawa.)
엄마 (eomma): 응. 가자. (eung. gaja.)
아들 (adeul): 엄마, 불 껐어? (eomma, bul kkeosseo?)
엄마 (eomma): 아... 아니... 잠깐만. 가자. (a... ani... jamkkanman. gaja.)
아들 (adeul): 그리고, 문 잠궜어? (geurigo, mun jamgwosseo?)
엄마 (eomma): 아휴... 잠깐만. 진짜 가자. (ahyu... jamkkanman. jinjja gaja.)
아들 (adeul): 그리고, 엄마, 핸드폰 챙겼어? (geurigo, eomma, haendeupon chaenggyeosseo?)
엄마 (eomma): 응. 여기! 하하하. 가자. (eung. yeogi! hahaha. gaja.)
아들 (adeul): 그리고, 지갑은? (geurigo, jigab-eun?)
엄마 (eomma): 아... 지갑… (a... jigap…)
Miseon: 한번 더 천천히 (hanbeon deo cheoncheonhi).
Keith: One more time, slowly.
아들 (adeul): 엄마 빨리 나와. (eomma ppalli nawa.)
엄마 (eomma): 응. 가자. (eung. gaja.)
아들 (adeul): 엄마, 불 껐어? (eomma, bul kkeosseo?)
엄마 (eomma): 아... 아니... 잠깐만. 가자. (a... ani... jamkkanman. gaja.)
아들 (adeul): 그리고, 문 잠궜어? (geurigo, mun jamgwosseo?)
엄마 (eomma): 아휴... 잠깐만. 진짜 가자. (ahyu... jamkkanman. jinjja gaja.)
아들 (adeul): 그리고, 엄마, 핸드폰 챙겼어? (geurigo, eomma, haendeupon chaenggyeosseo?)
엄마 (eomma): 응. 여기! 하하하. 가자. (eung. yeogi! hahaha. gaja.)
아들 (adeul): 그리고, 지갑은? (geurigo, jigab-eun?)
엄마 (eomma): 아... 지갑… (a... jigap…)
Miseon: 영어로 한번더. (yeongeoro hanbeondeo.)
Keith: Now let’s hear it with the English translation.
아들 (adeul): 엄마 빨리 나와. (eomma ppalli nawa.)
Keith: Mom, come out quickly.
엄마 (eomma): 응. 가자. (eung. gaja.)
Keith: Okay. Let's go.
아들 (adeul): 엄마, 불 껐어? (eomma, bul kkeosseo?)
Keith: Mom, did you turn off the lights?
엄마 (eomma): 아... 아니... 잠깐만. 가자. (a... ani... jamkkanman. gaja.)
Keith: Oh...no. Wait...let's go.
아들 (adeul): 그리고, 문 잠궜어? (geurigo, mun jamgwosseo?)
Keith: And, did you lock the door?
엄마 (eomma): 아휴... 잠깐만. 진짜 가자. (ahyu... jamkkanman. jinjja gaja.)
Keith: Whew...wait a moment. Let's go for real.
아들 (adeul): 그리고, 엄마, 핸드폰 챙겼어? (geurigo, eomma, haendeupon chaenggyeosseo?)
Keith: And, Mom, did you take your cell phone?
엄마 (eomma): 응. 여기! 하하하. 가자. (eung. yeogi! hahaha. gaja.)
Keith: Yes. Here! Hahaha. Let's go.
아들 (adeul): 그리고, 지갑은? (geurigo, jigab-eun?)
Keith: And...your wallet?
엄마 (eomma): 아... 지갑… (a... jigap…)
Keith: Oh...my wallet...
POST CONVERSATION BANTER
Keith: What a forgetful mother, reminds me of my mother.
Miseon: Oh, really?
Keith: Going in and out of the house about five times before we actually leave, yeah.
Miseon: You have my sympathy. And the son that knows his mother really well too, right?
Keith: Well in the conversation and right here, you’re looking at him.
Miseon: Good son.
Keith: Mum, you forget your … you got your cell phone? You got your keys?
Miseon: Right, good son. 좋은 아들이요 (joeun adeuriyo), like Keith, right?
Keith: Yeah, so …
Miseon: Yeah.
Keith: What’s that … can we have that word again?
Miseon: 좋은 아들이요 (joeun adeuriyo)
Keith: That means “a good son” literally. And what’s the other word that I was using?
Miseon: 효자 (hyoja)
Keith: And that one’s like ideal son I guess.
Miseon: Right.
Keith: And may be I’m not because I’m telling everyone that I am the ideal son, but maybe not.
Miseon: You can be.
Keith: Maybe.
Miseon: you can be 효자 (hyoja), right.
Keith: Yeah. But you know this forgetfulness, there is a word for this in Korean, isn’t there?
Miseon: Yes, if you’re thinking of the same word as I am, it’s 건망증. (geonmangjeung.)
Keith: Okay, I hope our listeners don’t have 건망증 (geonmangjeung), but I guess like the forgetful disease.
Miseon: Oh, I do have a forgetful disease. 건망증 (geonmangjeung)
Keith: Well, I hope you don’t forget the vocabulary words, Okay?
Miseon: No.
Keith: Well, let’s take a look and see if you remember, Okay?
Miseon: Okay.
VOCAB LIST
Keith: First word we have is:
Miseon: 엄마 (eomma) [natural native speed]
Keith: mother
Miseon: 엄마 (eomma) [slowly - broken down by syllable]
Miseon: 엄마 (eomma) [natural native speed]
Keith: Next.
Miseon: 빨리 (ppalli) [natural native speed]
Keith: fast, quickly
Miseon: 빨리 (ppalli) [slowly - broken down by syllable]
Miseon: 빨리 (ppalli) [natural native speed]
Keith: Next.
Miseon: 나오다 (naoda) [natural native speed]
Keith: to come out
Miseon: 나오다 (naoda) [slowly - broken down by syllable]
Miseon: 나오다 (naoda) [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: After that?
Miseon: 불 (bul) [natural native speed]
Keith: light
Miseon: 불 (bul) [slowly - broken down by syllable]
Miseon: 불 (bul) [natural native speed]
Keith: Next.
Miseon: 끄다 (kkeuda) [natural native speed]
Keith: to put off, to turn off
Miseon: 끄다 (kkeuda) [slowly - broken down by syllable]
Miseon: 끄다 (kkeuda) [natural native speed]
Keith: Next.
Miseon: 문 (mun) [natural native speed]
Keith: door
Miseon: 문 (mun) [slowly - broken down by syllable]
Miseon: 문 (mun) [natural native speed]
Keith: After that?
Miseon: 잠그다 (jamgeuda) [natural native speed]
Keith: to lock
Miseon: 잠그다 (jamgeuda) [slowly - broken down by syllable]
Miseon: 잠그다 (jamgeuda) [natural native speed]
Keith: Next.
Miseon: 핸드폰 (haendeupon) [natural native speed]
Keith: cell phone
Miseon: 핸드폰 (haendeupon) [slowly - broken down by syllable]
Miseon: 핸드폰 (haendeupon) [natural native speed]
Keith: Next.
Miseon: 챙기다 (chaenggida) [natural native speed]
Keith: to take, to not forget, to take without forgetting
Miseon: 챙기다 (chaenggida) [slowly - broken down by syllable]
Miseon: 챙기다 (chaenggida) [natural native speed]
Keith: And lastly.
Miseon: 지갑 (jigap) [natural native speed]
Keith: wallet, purse
Miseon: 지갑 (jigap) [slowly - broken down by syllable]
Miseon: 지갑 (jigap) [natural native speed]
VOCAB AND PHRASE USAGE
Keith: All right. Well, let’s take a closer look at some of the words and phrases from this lesson.
Miseon: Okay, the first word we’ll look at is 끄다 (kkeuda).
Keith: To turn off, or also to switch off.
Miseon: 끄다 (kkeuda), 끄다 (kkeuda).
Keith: And, what can you use this word for?
Miseon: Basically everything, like TV 끄다 (kkeuda), light 끄다 (kkeuda), even like fire 끄다 (kkeuda).
Keith: Yeah, in that case it would be to put out the fire.
Miseon: 네 맞아요 (ne majayo).
Keith: Okay, what’s the next word we are taking a look at?
Miseon: 챙기다 (chaenggida)
Keith: To not forget to take, to take without forgetting.
Miseon: 챙기다 (chaenggida), 챙기다 (chaenggida).
Keith: Okay, and this word usually means you don’t forget to bring what you have to bring. But you can use this word when you’re talking about a person too.
Miseon: Yeah, if you use this to person, like “somebody 를 챙기다 (reul chaenggida)”, it means you look after them without neglecting them.
Keith: Yeah, so for example you bring your younger sibling to a place, and then you’re too busy having fun. So, you’re neglecting your brother or sister, you forget about them. So I might tell you: Hey, look after your sister, look after your brother.
Miseon: 동생 챙겨. (dongsaeng chaenggyeo.)
Keith: Yeah, exactly. All right, let’s move on to the focus for this lesson.
Miseon: All right.

Lesson focus

Keith: What are we taking a look at in this lesson?
Miseon: The focus of this lesson is to learn how to say “and” in Korean, and also learning some expressions related to going out of the house.
Keith: As in the example...
Miseon: 그리고, 문 잠궜어?" (geurigo, mun jamgwosseo?")
Keith: And, did you lock the door?
Miseon: 네 (ne) when you want to connect sentences using and in Korean, you use the word 그리고 (geurigo).
Keith: Right, 그리고 (geurigo) can be used for connecting words, but it’s mostly used for connecting sentences in spoken Korean.
Miseon: 네맞아요 (nemajayo). So you can say, sentence A, 그리고 (geurigo), sentence B.
Keith: Okay, for example:
Miseon: 밥 먹었어. 그리고 커피도 마셨어. (bap meogeosseo. geurigo keopido masyeosseo.)
Keith: “I’ve eaten and I’ve also had some coffee.” So how was this 그리고 (geurigo) used in the dialogue for this lesson.
Miseon: In this dialogue 그리고, 문 잠궜어? (geurigo, mun jamgwosseo?)
Keith: "And, did you lock the door?"
Miseon: 그리고, 엄마, 핸드폰 챙겼어? (geurigo, eomma, haendeupon chaenggyeosseo?)
Keith: "And, Mom, did you take your cellphone?"
Miseon: 그리고, 지갑은? (geurigo, jigabeun?)
Keith: "And, your wallet?" Okay, do you want to give us just a few more sample sentences before we wrap up?
Miseon: Sure.
Keith: Okay, so how do we say, "And whose is this?"
Miseon: 그리고 이거는 누구 거예요? (geurigo igeoneun nugu geoyeyo?)
Keith: All right. "Have some of this. And have some coffee, too."
Miseon: 이거 드세요. 그리고 커피도 드세요. (igeo deuseyo. geurigo keopido deuseyo.)
Keith: All right. "And tomorrow is a holiday."
Miseon: 그리고 내일은 쉬는 날이에요. (geurigo naeireun swineun narieyo.)
Keith: Okay, great job.
Miseon: 그리고 나도 (geurigo nado) great job.

Outro

Miseon: Ready to test what you just have learnt?
Keith: Make this lesson’s vocabulary stick by using lesson specific flashcards in the learning centre.
Miseon: There is a reason everyone uses flash cards.
Keith: They work.
Miseon: They really do help memorization.
Keith: You can get the flash cards for this lesson at:
Miseon: KoreanClass101.com
Keith: Well, that’s just about does it, thanks for listening. Bye bye.
Miseon: 네 안녕히 계세요 여러분 좋은 하루 되세요 (ne annyeonghi gyeseyo yeoreobun joeun haru doeseyo)

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Monday at 06:30 PM
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Can you make an example sentence using "그리고"? :)

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Friday at 12:57 AM
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Hi Grigori,


Thanks for posting. If you are 'introducing' the cat for the first time, you would use 가 (to specifically pinpoint one particular cat, 는 is used more 'generally'):


고양이가 물고기를 먹고 있었어요. 그리고 다른 고양이도 물고기를 먹고 있었어요.


But having said that, both sentences work grammatically.


Cheers,

Lyn

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Wednesday at 06:57 AM
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안녕하세요 Grigori,


We are very sorry for the inconvenience. I will forward your feedback to our team for consideration.

If you have any further feedback or questions, we are glad to assist.


Kind regards,

레벤테 (Levente)

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Grigori
Tuesday at 07:05 AM
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BTW, the Comments section is not accessible via the app.


One has to use the browser and go to your site in order to access Not too much of a pain really but since we have an app already, why not add this feature for convenience?


Spaseeba.

Grigori
Tuesday at 07:00 AM
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고양이가 물고기를 먹고 있었어요. 그리고 다른 거양이도 물고기를 먹고 있었어요.


Or


고양이는 물고기를 먹고 있었어요. 그리고 다른 거양이도 물고기를 먹고 있었어요.

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Saturday at 12:02 AM
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Hi Lulu,


That is great 👍

Keep up with other classes too!

Thanks!


Sejina

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Saturday at 12:01 AM
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안녕하세요 바네사,

Thanks for your comment.


Most verbs ending in "ㅡ" will be changed same way.

To explain the past sentence of 잠그다,


잠그(basic) + 었(past) + 다 =>

잠ㄱ(remove 'ㅡ') + 았('ㅓ' change into 'ㅏ', because it is after '잠' so easy to pronounce)+다

=> 잠갔다


e.g. 고팠다(고프다), 기뻤다(기쁘다), 껐다(끄다), 썼다(쓰다)


I hope it helps,

Thanks!


Sejina

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바네사
Wednesday at 03:54 AM
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안녕하세요?

I must confess that, as some of the previous commenters, I was also puzzled by the conjugation of 잠그다. In my notes so far, I had taken down that verbs ending in "ㅡ" take the "어" ending, so I was confused when Anne 씨 gave 잠갔다 as the correct answer. Searching the net, I have found a note saying that for some verbs ending in "ㅡ" we need to look at the vowel in the second-to- last syllable ("잠" in this case). My question then is: does this happen with all multi-syllable verbs ending in "ㅡ" or does 잠그다 belong to a group of irregular verbs? It'd be helful to know if I need to ammend my notes 😉

감사합니다!

바네사 (07/18)

Lulu Smith
Monday at 12:09 PM
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저는 중국어잘해요. 그리고, 일분어도 잘해요.

Lulu Smith
Monday at 10:52 AM
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I really enjoyed the lesson! Thanks.

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Monday at 05:32 PM
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GREAT! GREAT! GREAT!


카이님

You seem a nice person. :smile:

토끼 주인한테서 전화가 온 것인 가요?


firsty님

Let me help you. *^^*

버스를 타고 갔어요. 그래서(X)/그리고(O) 기차를 갈아탔어요.

** 그리고 : and / 그래서 : so

(차가 고장이 났어요. 그래서 버스를 타고 갔어요.)


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