Korean Word of the Day - train (noun)


27
May
2015

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기차 (gicha) train (noun)

사람들은 기차로 통근합니다.
Saramdeureun gicharo tonggeunhamnida.
The people are commuting by train.

기차는 기차역에 있습니다.
Gichaneun gichayeoge itsseumnida.
The train is at the train station.

기차는 안전하고, 즐겁고 편리한 이동수단입니다.
Gichaneun anjeonhago, jeulgeopgo pyeollihan idongsudanimnida.
The train can be a safe, fun and convenient way to travel.

일을 하기 위해 기차로 통근하다
ireul hagi wihae gicharo tonggeunhada
commute to work by train

기차를 타다
gichareul tada
ride a train

기차에서
gichaeseo
on the train

화물 기차
hwamul gicha
freight train

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May
2015

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Korean Word of the Day - boring (adjective)


26
May
2015

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지루한 (jiruhan) boring (adjective)

젊은 남자는 지루한 강의를 듣고 있습니다.
Jeolmeun namjaneun jiruhan ganguireul deutggo itsseumnida.
The young man is listening to a boring lecture.

지루한 수업
jiruhan sueop
boring class

지루한 연설
jiruhan yeonseol
boring speech

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Korean Word of the Day - close (verb)


25
May
2015

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닫다 (datta) close (verb)

대학생이 문을 닫았다.
Daehaksaengi muneul dadatta.
The university student closed the door.

대학생이 문을 닫는다.
Daehakssaengi muneul datneunda.
The university student closes the door.

대학생이 문을 닫고 있다.
Daehakssaengi muneul datggo ita.
The university student is closing the door.

남자는 문을 닫고 있습니다.
Namjaneun munuel datgo itsseumnida.
The man is closing the door.

남자는 창문을 닫고 있습니다.
Namjaneun changmuneul datgo itsseumnida.
The man is closing the window.

문을 닫다
muneul datta
close a door

손잡이로 창문을 닫다
sonjabiro changmuneul datta
close a window with a handle

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Korean Word of the Day - flower (noun)


24
May
2015

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꽃 (kkot) flower (noun)

남자 아이는 노란 꽃들을 따고 있습니다.
Namja aineun noran kkotdeureul ttago itsseumnida.
The boy is picking yellow flowers.

매주 일요일 아침 저는 아내에게 생생한 꽃을 가져다 줍니다.
Maeju iryoil achim jeoneun anaeege saengsaenghan kkocheul gajyeoda jumnida.
Every Sunday morning I bring my wife fresh flowers.

활짝 핀 꽃
hwaljjak pin kkot
flower in bloom

꽃 한송이
kkot hansongi
single flower

생생한 꽃
saengsaenghan kkot
fresh flower

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Korean Word of the Day - play a musical instrument (phrase)


23
May
2015

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악기를 연주하다 (akkireul yeonjuhada) play a musical instrument (phrase)

악기 연주할 수 있어요?
Akki yeonjuhal ssu isseoyo?
Can you play a musical instrument?

악기를 연주하다
akkireul yeonjuhada
play a musical instrument

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Korean Word of the Day - calm (adjective)


22
May
2015

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침착한 (chimchakhan) calm (adjective)

그녀가 침착해지지 않는 한, 끝내지 못할 것입니다.
Geunyeoga chimchakhaejiji anneun han, kkeutnaeji mothal geosimnida.
She will never finish unless she stays calm.

침착하고 편안한
chimchakhago pyeonanhan
calm and relaxed

침착하다
chimchakhada
stay calm

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Korean Word of the Day - graduation (noun)


21
May
2015

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졸업식 (joreopssik) graduation (noun)

학생이 졸업식에 참석하고 있습니다.
Hakssaengi joreopssige chamseokhago itsseumnida.
The student is attending the graduation ceremony.

우리 가족이 모두 제 대학 졸업식에 왔습니다.
Urigajogi modu je daehak joreopssige wasseumnida.
My whole family came to my college graduation.

졸업식
joreopssik
graduation ceremony

고등학교 졸업식
godeunghakkyo joreopssik
high school graduation

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Korean Word of the Day - test (noun)


20
May
2015

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시험 (siheom) test (noun)

학생들은 교실에서 시험을 치고 있습니다.
Hakssaengdeureun gyosireseo siheomeul chigo itsseumnida.
The students are taking a test in the classroom.

시험을 합격하기 위해서는 자료를 공부해야 합니다.
Siheomeul hapgyeokhagi wihaeseoneun jaryoreul gongbuhaeya hamnida.
To pass the test you have to study the material.

수요일 시험은 어려울 것입니다.
Suyoil siheomeun eoryeoul geosimnida.
Wednesday’s test will be difficult.

시험을 치다
siheomeul chida
take a test

시험에 합격하다
siheome hapgyeokhada
pass a test

쉬운 시험
swiun siheom
easy exam

객관식 시험
gaekgwansik siheom
multiple choice test

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Korean Word of the Day - desk (noun)


19
May
2015

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책상 (chaekssang) desk (noun)

책상 위에 항상 녹색 식물을 놓는 것을 좋아합니다.
Chaeksang wie hangsang noksaek singmureul nokkneun geoseul joahamnida.
I like to have a green plant on my desk at all times.

전화가 책상 위에 있습니다.
Jeonhwaga chaeksang wie itsseumnida.
The black telephone is on the desk.

책상 위에 전선이 너무 많아요.
Chaeksang wie jeonseoni neomu manayo.
There are too many cables on the desk.

책상 위에
chaekssang wie
on the desk

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