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In today’s lesson, we will introduce you to a crucial phrase for all you travelers out there who are interested in learning more about the tourist attractions you are going to visit. Learning about the historical and cultural significance of places you visit can be just as rewarding as seeing them. Today, we will cover Do you have an English One? In Korean, do you have an English One is [*] One time slowly, it’s [*] and now by syllable, [*] The first word [*] means English. Let’s break this word down. [*] This is followed by [*] which means thing or one. One time slowly, it’s [*]
Lastly, we have [*] which means to have or to exist. One time slowly, [*] So, altogether we have [*] This literally means, English thing is there. Translated, it means, do you have an English one. Now, this is obviously used in context. If you go to an information booth and ask for an English One, they will know what you are talking about but you can’t go out to some guy on the street having a cigarette and ask for an English One. Now to ask for a different language, we can just replace the word English with any other language you want. Let’s try German which in Korean is [*] One time slowly, it’s [*] And now by syllable [*]
Now let’s insert it into the phrase. [*] One time slowly it’s [*] and now by syllable [*] Notice how the only thing that changes here is [*] to [*] which is English to German. So you can take any of the language and plug it into this sentence. What stays the same is, [*] with the language coming before [*]. Let’s go over a few languages. Japanese [*] One time slowly, it’s [*] Now by syllable [*] In the phrase, it’s [*] Now Chinese, [*] One time slowly, it’s [*] Now by syllable [*] In the phrase, it would be [*] Lastly, let’s go with French. French in Korean is [*] One time slowly, it’s [*] Now to check out other languages, stop by survivalphrases.com and click on Korean. There you will find a PDF with other languages in Korean.
Okay. To close our today’s lesson, we’d like for you to practice what you’ve learned. I will provide you with the English equivalent of the phrase and you are responsible for shouting it out loud. You will have a few seconds before I give you the answer. So [*] Do you have an English One? [*] Do you have a German One? [*] Do you have a Japanese One? [*] Do you have a Chinese One? [*]
All right, that’s going to do it for today.

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Monday at 06:30 PM
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How do you say, 'Do you have an English one?'

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Wednesday at 09:26 AM
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Hi Palapala,


I'm sorry for the inconvenience.

Thank you for letting us know. The audio was corrected.

Kind regards,

Paloma

Team KoreanClass101

Palapala
Saturday at 03:32 AM
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Under line by line transcript, the last one is written asking if you have a Chinese one, but the audio translation is Do yo have an English one.