Korean Word of the Day - fish (noun)


24
Oct
2014

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물고기 (mulggogi) fish (noun)

독수리가 날면서 물고기를 기습하고 있습니다.
Dokssuriga nalmyeonseo mulgogireul giseupago itsseumnida.
The eagle is flying and swooping for fish.

물고기가 낚시의 미끼를 보고 있습니다.
Mulggogiga nakksiui mikkireul bogo itsseumnida.
The fish is looking at the bait.

물고기가 물에서 헤엄치고 있습니다.
Mulggogiga mureseo heeomchigo itsseumnida.
The fish is swimming in the water.

저는 물고기를 좋아합니다.
Jeoneun mulggogireul joahanida.
I like fish.

민물고기
minmulggogi
freshwater fish

바닷물고기
badanmulggogi
saltwater fish

수족관의 수조에 있는 물고기
sujokgwanui sujoe inneun mulgogi
fish in a fish tank at the aquarium

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Korean Word of the Day - hungry (phrase)


23
Oct
2014

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배고픈 (baegopeun) hungry (phrase)

남자 아이가 배고파 합니다.
Namja aiga baegopa hamnida.
The boy is hungry.

배고픈 남자가 냉장고에서 먹을 것을 찾고 있습니다.
Baegopeun namjaga naengjanggoeseo meogeul ggeoseul chatggo itsseumnida.
The hungry man is looking for food in the refrigerator.

대단히 배고픈
daedanhi baegopeun
extemely hungry

배고픈 남자 아이
baegopeun namja ai
hungry boy

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Korean Word of the Day - basketball (noun)


22
Oct
2014

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농구 (nonggu) basketball (noun)

남자는 농구를 하고 있습니다.
Namjaneun nonggureul hago itsseumnida.
The man is playing basketball.

남자, 여자 아이들이 농구를 하고 있습니다.
Namja, yeoja aideuri nonggureul hago itsseumnida.
The boys and girls are playing basketball.

대학 농구
daehak nonggu
college basketball

농구를 하다
nonggureul hada
play basketball

농구 선수
nonggu seonsu
basketball player

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Korean Word of the Day - question (noun)


21
Oct
2014

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질문 (jilmun) question (noun)

그것은 대답하기 어려운 질문입니다.
Geugeoseun daedapagi eoryeoun jilmunimnida.
That is a difficult question to answer.

혹시 질문이 있으면 하세요.
Hokssi jilmuni isseumyeon haseyo.
If you have any questions, please ask.

다시 한번 질문에 대답해 주세요.
Dasi hanbeon jilmune daedapae juseyo.
Answer that question once again, please.

선생님은 학생에게 질문을 하고 있습니다.
Seonsaengnimeun hakssaengege jilmuneul hago itsseumnida.
The teacher is asking the student a question.

질문에 대답하다
jilmune daedapada
answer a question

질문을 생각하다
jilmuneul saenggakhada
think about the question

질문을 하다
jilmuneul hada
ask a question

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Korean Word of the Day - apple (noun)


20
Oct
2014

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사과 (sagwa) apple (noun)

사과는 하루에 한 개만 먹으면 의사가 필요 없습니다.
Sagwaneun harue han gaeman meogeumyeon uisaga piryo eopsseumnida.
An apple a day keeps the doctor away.

우리 할머니는 세상에서 제일 맛있는 사과 파이를 만드십니다.
Uri halmeonineun sesangeseo jeil masinneun sagwa paireul mandeusimnida.
My grandmother makes the best apple pie in the world.

우리는 매년 뒷마당에 있는 사과 나무의 사과를 먹습니다.
Urineun maenyeon dwitmadange inneun sagwa namuui sagwareul meoksseumnida.
We eat fruit every year from the apple tree in my back yard.

여자는 사과를 씹고 있습니다.
Yeojaneun sagwareul ssipkko itsseumnida.
The woman is chewing an apple.

사과 다섯 개
sagwa daseot ggae
five apples

사과 주스
sagwa juseu
apple juice

사과 나무
sagwa namu
apple tree

사과 주스, 오렌지 주스 그리고 포도 주스
sagwa juseu, orenji juseu geurigo podo juseu
apple juice, orange juice, and grape juice

빨간 사과
ppalgan sagwa
red apple

초록 사과
chorok sagwa
green apple

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20
Oct
2014

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Korean Word of the Day - see (verb)


19
Oct
2014

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보다 (boda) see (verb)

저는 일요일에 연극을 볼 것입니다.
Jeoneun iryoire yeongeugeul bol geosimnida.
I’ll see a play on Sunday.

그녀는 안경 없이는 아무것도 볼 수 없습니다.
Geunyeoneun angyeong eopssineun amugeotto bol ssu eopseumnida.
She cannot see anything without her glasses.

관광객이 일몰을 본다.
Gwangwanggaegi ilmoreul bonda.
The tourists see the sunset.

관광객이 일몰을 보았다.
Gwangwanggaegi ilmoreul boatta.
The tourists saw the sunset.

영화를 보다
yeonghwareul boda
see a movie

무언가를 보다
mueongareul boda
see something

일몰을 보다
ilmoreul boda
see a sunset

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Korean Word of the Day - sunny (adjective)


18
Oct
2014

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화창한 (hwachanghan) sunny (adjective)

화창한 날, 해변은 아주 북적거립니다.
Hwachanghan nal, haebyeoneun aju bukjjeokgeorimnida.
On sunny days, the beach is very crowded.

오늘의 날씨는 때때로 구름이 끼는 화창한 날씨입니다.
Oneurui nalssineun ttaettaero gureumi kkineun hwachanghan nalssiimnida.
Today’s weather is sunny with occasional clouds.

화창한 날
hwachanghan nal
sunny day

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Korean Word of the Day - waterfall (noun)


17
Oct
2014

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폭포 (pokpo) waterfall (noun)

폭포가 너무 예뻐요.
Pogoga neomu yeppeoyo.
The waterfall is beautiful.

흐르고 있는 폭포
heureugo inneun pokpo
flowing waterfall

열대 우림 지역에 있는 폭포
yeoldae urim jiyeoge inneun pokpo
waterfall in a rainforest

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Korean Word of the Day - younger brother (noun)


16
Oct
2014

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남동생 (namdongsaeng) younger brother (noun)

제 남동생은 먼 곳에 살지만, 크리스마스에는 집에 옵니다.
Je namdongsaengeun meon gose saljiman, keuriseumaseueneun jibe omnida.
My younger brother lives far away, but he comes home for Christmas.

형과 남동생은 손을 잡고 있습니다.
Hyeonggwa namdongsaengeun soneul japggo itsseumnida.
The older brother and younger brother are holding hands.

남동생이 없어요.
Namdongsaengi eobsseoyo.
I don’t have any younger brother.

남동생이 있다
namdongsaengi itta
have a younger brother

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