Korean Word of the Day - customer (noun)


24
Jul
2014

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손님 (sonnim) customer (noun)

손님은 신용 카드로 식료품을 사고 있습니다.
Sonnimeun sinyong kadeuro singnyopumeul sago itsseumnida.
The customer is buying groceries with a credit card.

손님은 항상 옳다.
Sonnimeun hangsang olta.
The customer is always right.

중요한 손님
jungyohan sonnim
important customer

지불하고 있는 손님
jibulhago inneun sonnim
paying customer

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Korean Word of the Day - sick bag (phrase)


23
Jul
2014

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멀미용 봉지 (meolmiyong bongji) sick bag (phrase)

만약에 속이 좋지 않으면 멀미용 봉지를 부탁하세요.
Manyage sogi jochi aneumyeon meolmiyong bongjireul butakhaseyo.
If you feel ill, please ask for a sick bag.

멀미용 봉지에 토하다
meolmiyong bongjie tohada
vomit in a sick bag

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Korean Word of the Day - Europe (noun)


22
Jul
2014

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유럽 (yureop) Europe (noun)

알프스 산맥은 유럽에 있습니다.
Alpeuseu sanmaegeun yureobe itsseumnida.
The Alps mountain range is located in Europe.

서유럽
Seoyureop
Western Europe

유럽을 여행하다
Yureobeul yeohaenghada
travel through Europe

동유럽
Dongyureop
Eastern Europe

유럽의 지도
yureobui jido
map of Europe

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22
Jul
2014

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Korean Word of the Day - dessert (noun)


21
Jul
2014

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디저트 (dijeoteu) dessert (noun)

우리 집은 매주 일요일 밤 디저트로 케이크를 먹습니다.
Uri jibeun maeju iryoil bbam dijeoteuro keikeureul meoksseumnida.
We eat cake at my house every Sunday night for dessert.

디저트 케이크
dijeoteu keikeu
dessert cake

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Korean Word of the Day - coupon (noun)


20
Jul
2014

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쿠폰 (kupon) coupon (noun)

여기 오십 퍼센트 할인 쿠폰이 있으니 여기서 먹자.
Yeogi osip peosenteu harin kuponi isseuni yeogiseo meokjja.
I have a coupon for 50% off, so let’s eat there.

이십 퍼센트 할인되는 쿠폰
isip peosenteu harindoeneun kupon
coupon for 20% off the price

이십 퍼센트 할인 쿠폰
isip peosenteu harin kupon
20% off coupon

오십 퍼센트 할인 쿠폰
osip peosenteu harin kupon
coupon for 50 cents OFF

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Korean Word of the Day - silk (noun)


19
Jul
2014

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실크 (silkeu) silk (noun)

이 브래지어는 실크로 만들어졌습니다.
I beuraejieoneun silkeuro mandeureojyeotsseumnida.
This brassiere is made from silk.

실크 옷
silkeu ot
silk clothing

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Korean Word of the Day - leave (verb)


18
Jul
2014

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떠나다 (tteonada) leave (verb)

회사 간부가 동료와 함께 회사를 떠나고 있다.
Hoesa ganbuga dongnyowa hamkke hoesareul tteonago itta.
The company executive is leaving with a colleague.

회사 간부가 동료와 함께 회사를 떠난다.
Hoesa ganbuga dongnyowa hamkke hoesareul tteonanda.
The company executive leaves with a colleague.

회사 간부가 동료와 함께 회사를 떠났다.
Hoesa ganbuga dongnyowa hamkke hoesareul tteonatta.
The company executive left with a colleague.

회사 간부가 회사를 떠나고 있다.
Hoesa ganbuga hoesareul tteonago itta.
The company executive left the company.

회사 간부가 회사를 떠난다.
Hoesa ganbuga hoesareul tteonanda.
The company executive leaves the company.

집을 떠나다
jibeul tteonada
leave the house

사무실을 떠나다
samusireul tteonada
leave the office

동료와 함께 떠나다
dongnyowa hamkke tteonada
leave with a colleague

회사를 떠나다
hoesareul tteonada
leave a company

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Korean Word of the Day - air conditioner (noun)


17
Jul
2014

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에어컨 (eeokeon) air conditioner (noun)

외부 어에컨은 굉장히 저렴합니다.
Oebu eoekeoneun goengjanghi jeoryeomhamnida.
External air conditioners are quite cheap.

아주 더운 여름날이면 시원하게 에어컨을 종일 틉니다.
Aju deoun yeoreumnarimyeon siwonage eeokeoneul jongil teumnida.
On a hot summer day, the air conditioner works all day to keep us cool.

중앙 에어컨
jungang eeokeon
central air conditioner

외부 에어컨 유닛
oebu eeokeon yunit
external air conditioner unit

벽걸이 에어컨
byeokkeori eeokeon
wall-mounted air conditioner

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Korean Word of the Day - cut (verb)


16
Jul
2014

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자르다 (Jareuda) cut (verb)

요리를 하기 위해서는 아스파라거스를 잘라야 해요.
Yorireul hagi wihaeseoneun aseuparageoseureul jallaya haeyo.
I have to cut the asparagus so we can cook it.

음식을 할 때는 다치지 않게 조심스럽게 자르세요.
Eumsigeul hal ttaeneun dachiji anke josimseureopkke jareuseyo.
When preparing food cut carefully to avoid hurting yourself.

남자가 닭고기를 자르고 있습니다.
Namjaga dakggogireul jareugo itsseumnida.
The man is cutting chicken.

여자가 자몽을 자르고 있다.
Yeojaga jamongeul jareugo itta.
The woman is cutting the grapefruit.

여자가 자몽을 자른다.
Yeojaga jamongeul jareunda.
The woman cuts the grapefruit.

여자가 자몽을 잘랐다.
Yeojaga jamongeul jallatta.
The woman cut the grapefruit.

야채를 자르다
yachaereul jareuda
cut the vegetables

조심스럽게 자르다
josimseureopgge jareuda
cut carefully

작게 깎뚝썰기로 자르기 위해
jakke kkakkttuksseolgiro jareugi wihae
to cut into small cubes

도마 위에서 자르다
doma wieseo jareuda
cut on cutting board

자몽을 자르다
jamongeul jareuda
cut a grapefruit

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