Korean Word of the Day - ladybug (noun)


27
Nov
2014

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무당벌레 (mudangbeolle) ladybug (noun)

무당벌레들이 나뭇가지를 내려가고 있습니다.
Mudangbeolledeuri namutggajireul naeryeogago itsseumnida.
The ladybugs are climbing down the branch.

검은 점이 있는 빨간 무당벌레
geomeun jeomi inneun ppalgan mudangbeolle
red ladybug with black spots

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Korean Word of the Day - supermarket (noun)


26
Nov
2014

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슈퍼마켓 (syupeomaket) supermarket (noun)

남자와 여자는 슈퍼마켓에서 장을 봅니다.
Namjawa yeojaneun syupeomakeseseo jangeul bomnida.
The man and woman are shopping in a supermarket.

주부는 슈퍼마켓에서 장을 봅니다.
Jubuneun syupeomakeseseo jangeul bomnida.
The housewives are shopping at the supermarket.

오늘은 수퍼마켓에서 무엇을 샀어요?
Oneureun supeomakeseseo mueoseul sasseoyo?
What did you buy at the supermarket?

저는 슈퍼마켓에서 모든 장을 봅니다.
Jeoneun syupeomakeseseo modeun jangeul bomnida.
I buy all my groceries at the supermarket.

슈퍼마켓의 야채 코너
syupeomakesui yachae koneo
vegetable section of the supermarket

슈퍼마켓에서 장을 보다
syupeomakeseseo jangeul boda
shop at the supermarket

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26
Nov
2014

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Korean Word of the Day - go (verb)


25
Nov
2014

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가다 (gada) go (verb)

여동생을 위해 공항에 갈 시간입니다.
Yeodongsaengeul wihae gonghange gal siganimnida.
It’s time for my sister to go to the airport.

기차로 가다
gicharo gada
go by train

아침에 가다
achime gada
go in the morning

로스앤젤레스로 가다
roseuaenjelleseuro gada
go to Los Angeles

곧장 가다
gotjjang gada
go straight ahead

갈 곳이 없는
gal ggosi eomneun
nowhere to go

공원에 가다
gongwone gada
go to the park

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Korean Word of the Day - minute (noun)


24
Nov
2014

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분 (bun) minute (noun)

시계가 열두 시 팔 분 전을 가리킵니다.
Sigyega yeolddu si pal bun jeoneul garikimnida.
The clock reads eight minutes to twelve.

직장까지 운전해서 십오 분 걸립니다.
Jikjjangkkaji unjeonhaeseo sibo bun geollimnida.
It takes fifteen minutes to drive to work.

자정이 되기 일 분 전입니다.
Jajeongi doegi il bun jeonimnida.
It’s one minute to midnight.

일 분에 육십 초가 있습니다.
Il bune yukssip choga itsseumnida.
There are sixty seconds in a minute.

삼 분
sam bun
three minutes

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Korean Word of the Day - vacuum (phrase)


23
Nov
2014

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진공청소기로 청소하다 (jingongcheongsogiro cheongsohada) vacuum (phrase)

주부는 카펫을 진공청소기로 청소하였다.
Jubuneun kapeseul jingongcheongsogiro cheongsohayeotta.
The homemaker vacuumed the carpet.

주부는 카펫을 진공청소기로 청소한다.
Jubuneun kapeseul jingongcheongsogiro cheongsohanda.
The homemaker vacuums the carpet.

주부는 카펫을 진공청소기로 청소하고 있다.
Jubuneun kapeseul jingongcheongsogiro cheongsohago itta.
The homemaker is vacuuming the carpet.

매주 화요일 아침에는 가정부가 진공청소기로 청소를 합니다.
Maeju hwayoil achimeneun gajeongbuga jingongcheongsogiro cheongsoreul hamnida.
Every Tuesday morning the housekeeper vacuums.

어떤 사람이 카펫을 진공청소기로 청소하고 있습니다.
Eotteon sarami kapeseul jingongcheongsogiro cheongsohago itsseumnida.
A person is vacuuming the carpet.

카펫을 진공청소기로 청소하다
kapeseul jingongcheongsogiro cheongsohada
vacuum a carpet

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Korean Word of the Day - surf the net (phrase)


22
Nov
2014

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인터넷을 하다 (inteoneseul hada) surf the net (phrase)

저는 매일 밤 잠자기 전에 인터넷을 합니다.
Jeoneun maeil bbam jamjagi jeone inteoneseul hamnida.
I surf the internet every night before bed.

한 시간 동안 인터넷을 하다
han sigan dongan inteoneseul hada
surf the internet for an hour

노트북으로 인터넷을 하다
noteubugeuro inteoneseul hada
surf the net on a laptop

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Korean Word of the Day - sprain (verb)


21
Nov
2014

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삐다 (ppida) sprain (verb)

운동선수는 그의 발목을 삐었습니다.
Undongseonsuneun geuui balmogeul ppieotsseumnida.
The athlete sprained his ankle.

선수는 손목을 삐어 한 달 동안 쉬었습니다.
Seonsuneun sonmogeul ppieo han dal ddongan swieotseumnida.
The player sprained his wrist, and will be out for one month.

발목을 삐다
balmogeul ppida
sprain an ankle

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Korean Word of the Day - clothes (noun)


20
Nov
2014

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옷 (ot) clothes (noun)

바닥에 있는 옷은 더럽습니다.
Badage inneun oseun deoreopsseumnida.
The clothes on the floor are dirty.

세탁기로 옷을 빨다
setakkiro oseul ppalda
wash clothes in a washing machine

옷을 빨다
oseul ppalda
wash clothes

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Korean Word of the Day - letter (noun)


19
Nov
2014

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글자 (geuljja) letter (noun)

글자들을 모으는 것 좀 도와줘.
Geuljjadeureul moeuneun geot jjom dowajwo.
Help me assemble the letters.

글자 피
geuljja pi
letter p

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