Korean Word of the Day - bat (noun)


17
Apr
2014

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박쥐 (bakjwi) bat (noun)

박쥐가 나뭇가지에 매달려 있습니다.
Bakjjwiga namutggajie maedallyeo itsseumnida.
The bat is hanging from the branch.

박쥐들이 수박을 먹으면서 나뭇가지에 매달려 있습니다.
Bakjjwideuri subageul meogeumyeonseo namutggajie maedallyeo itsseumnida.
The bats are hanging from a branch eating watermelon.

검은 박쥐
geomeun bakjwi
black bat

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Korean Word of the Day - Egypt (noun)


16
Apr
2014

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이집트 (ijipteu) Egypt (noun)

이집트는 아프리카에 있지만, 중동 지역으로 간주됩니다.
Ijipteuneun apeurikae itjjiman, jungdong jiyeogeuro ganjudoemnida.
Egypt is in Africa, yet considered part of the Middle East Region.

고대 이집트
godae ijipteu
ancient Egypt

이집트의 대통령
Ijipteuui daetongnyeong
President of Egypt

이집트의 지도
Ijipteuui jido
map of Egypt

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Korean Word of the Day - pass a test (phrase)


15
Apr
2014

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시험에 합격하다 (siheome hapggyeokhada) pass a test (phrase)

십대의 아이가 운전 면허 시험에 합격했다.
Sipddaeui aiga unjeon myeonheo siheome hapgyeokhaetta.
The teenager passed her driving test.

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Korean Word of the Day - rice (noun)


14
Apr
2014

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밥 (bap) rice (noun)

밥 좋아해요.
bap joahaeyo.
I like rice.

밥 그릇이 아주 큰데요?
Bap geureusi aju keundeyo?
I think your rice bowl is very big.

저는 밥통을 거의 매일 사용합니다.
Jeoneun baptongeul geoui maeil sayonghamnida.
I use my rice steamer almost every day.

볶음밥
bokkeumbap
fried rice

밥 한 그릇
bap han geureut
dish of cooked rice

전기 밥솥에 있는 밥
jeongi bapsote inneun bap
rice in electric rice cooker

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Korean Word of the Day - late (adjective)


13
Apr
2014

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늦은 (neujeun) late (adjective)

늦은 집세
neujeun jipse
late rent

한 시간 늦은
han sigan neujeun
an hour late

회의에 늦은
hoeuie neujeun
late for a meeting

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Korean Word of the Day - tsunami (noun)


12
Apr
2014

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쓰나미 (sseunami) tsunami (noun)

쓰나미가 도시를 쳤습니다.
sseunamiga dosireul chyeotsseumnida.
The tsunami hit the city.

쓰나미를 당하다
sseunamireul danghada
hit by tsunami

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Korean Word of the Day - child (noun)


11
Apr
2014

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자식 (jasik) child (noun)

어린 아이는 유아용 좌석에 앉혀야 합니다.
Eorin aineun yuayong jwaseoge anchyeoya hamnida.
Your small child must ride in a car seat.

아이들이 수박을 먹고 있습니다.
Aideuri subageul meokko itsseumnida.
The children are eating watermelon.

아이는 손을 들고 있습니다.
Aineun soneul deulgo itsseumnida.
The child is raising his hand.

아이들이 피크닉 테이블에 앉아 있습니다.
Aideuri pikeunik teibeure anja itsseumnida.
The children are sitting at the picnic table.

아이가 생기면 모든 것들이 바뀝니다.
Aiga saenggimyeon modeun geotteuri bakkwimnida.
Everything changes when you have a child.

아이가 웃고 있습니다.
Aiga utggo itsseumnida.
The child is smiling.

엄마와 아이
eommawa ai
mother and child

아이같이 행동하다
aigachi haengdonghada
behave like a child

어린 아이
eorin ai
young child

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Korean Word of the Day - anteater (noun)


10
Apr
2014

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개미핥기 (gaemihalggi) anteater (noun)

개미핥기는 개미를 먹고 삽니다.
Gaemihalggineun gaemireul meokko samnida.
Anteaters feed on ants.

개미핥기가 뒤로 앞으로 서성거리고 있습니다.
Gaemihalggiga dwiro apeuro seoseonggeorigo itseumnida.
The anteater is pacing back and forth.

검고 하얀 개미핥기
geomggo hayan gaemihalggi
black and white anteater

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Korean Word of the Day - salary (noun)


9
Apr
2014

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급여 (geubyeo) salary (noun)

저는 매달 작은 급여에 커미션을 합해서 받습니다.
Jeoneun maedal jageun geubyeoe keomisyeoneul hapaeseo batsseumnida.
I receive a small salary plus commissions each month.

급여가 얼마입니까?
Geubyeoga eolmaimnikka?
How much is the salary?

현금 급여
hyeongeum geubyeo
cash salary

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Korean Word of the Day - sneaker (noun)


8
Apr
2014

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운동화 (undonghwa) sneaker (noun)

운동화는 일상 생활에 중요한 물건입니다.
Undonghwaneun ilssang saenghware jungyohan mulgeonimnida.
Sneakers are part of everyday wardrobes.

운동화는 하얀 끈과 검은 밑창과 함께 빨간색, 하얀색 그리고 회색입니다.
Undonghwaneun hayan kkeungwa geomeun mitchanggwa hamkke ppalgansaek, hayansaek geurigo hoesaegimnida.
The sneakers are red, white, and gray with white laces and black soles.

운동화 한 켤레
undonghwa han kyeolle
pair of sneakers

운동화를 신고 뛰다
undonghwareul singo ttwida
run in sneakers

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