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Korean Word of the Day - pound (noun)

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파운드 (paundeu) pound (noun)

파운드의 축약형은 엘비입니다.
Paundeuui chugyakhyeongeun elbiimnida.
The abbreviation for pound is lb.

일 파운드는 십육 온스입니다.
Il paundeuneun simnyuk onsseuimnida.
One pound is sixteen ounces.

일 킬로그램은 거의 이 점 이 파운드입니다.
Il killogeuraemeun geoui i jeom i paundeuimnida.
One kilogram is roughly 2.2 pounds.

일 파운드
il paundeu
one pound

백팔십 파운드
baekpalssip paundeu
one hundred eighty pounds

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Korean Word of the Day - cat (noun)

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고양이 (goyangi) cat (noun)

검은 고양이는 스크린을 가로질러 걸어가고 있습니다.
Geomeun goyangineun seukeurineul garojilleo georeogago itseumnida.
The black cat is walking across the screen.

아기 고양이는 키튼이라고 불러집니다.
Agi goyangineun kiteunirago bulleojimnida.
A baby cat is called a kitten.

집 고양이는 보통 애완 동물이지만, 커다란 고양이들은 위험합니다.
Jip goyangineun botong aewan dongmurijiman, keodaran goyangideureun wiheomhamnida.
Domestic cats are common pets, but big cats are dangerous.

검고 하얀 고양이
geomggo hayan goyangi
black and white cat

애완 고양이
aewan goyangi
pet cat

커다란 고양이
keodaran goyangi
big cat

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Korean Word of the Day - beaver (noun)

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비버 (bibeo) beaver (noun)

비버가 얕은 물에서 나무를 갉아 먹고 있습니다.
Bibeoga yateun mureseo namureul galga meokko itsseumnida.
The beaver is gnawing wood in the shallow water.

비버가 눈으로 덮인 강기슭 위에 있습니다.
Bibeoga nuneuro deopin ganggiseuk wie itsseumnida.
The beaver is on the snowy river bank.

갈색 비버
galssaek bibeo
brown beaver

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Korean Word of the Day - classroom (noun)

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교실 (gyosil) classroom (noun)

아이들은 교실에 있습니다.
Aideureun gyosire itsseumnida.
The kids are in the classroom.

수학 상급은 백일 호 교실에 있습니다.
Su-hak -sang-geu-beun -bae-gil -ho -gyo-si-re -it-seum-ni-da.
Advanced Mathematics is in classroom 101.

교실에 있는 아이들
gyosire itneun aideul
kids in a classroom

빈 교실
bin gyosil
empty classroom

교실에 계시는 선생님
gyosire gyesineun seonsaengnim
teacher in a classroom

교실에서의 행동
gyosireseoui haengdong
classroom behavior

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Korean Word of the Day - younger sister (noun)

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여동생 (yeodongsaeng) younger sister (noun)

여동생이 둘 있어요.
Yeodongsaengi dul isseoyo.
I have two younger sisters.

누나가 여동생을 안고 있습니다.
Nunaga yeodongsaengeul ankko itseumnida.
The older sister is holding her younger sister.

여동생은 항상 물려받은 옷을 입어야 합니다.
Yeodongsaengeun hangsang mullyeobadeun oseul ibeoya hamnida.
The younger sister always has to wear used clothes.

오빠가 여동생을 안고 있습니다.
Oppaga yeodongsaengeul ankko itsseumnida.
The older brother is holding his younger sister.

상냥한 여동생
sangnyanghan yeodongsaeng
sweet younger sister

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Korean Word of the Day - ankle (noun)

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발목 (balmok) ankle (noun)

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

계단에서 넘어져서 발목을 삐였습니다.
Gyedaneseo neomeojyeoseo balmogeul ppiyeotsseumnida.
I tripped on the stairs, and now I have a sprained ankle.

부은 발목
bueun balmok
swollen ankle

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Korean Word of the Day - left turn (noun)

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좌회전 (jwahoejeon) left turn (noun)

급격한 좌회전
geupgyeokhan jwahoejeon
sharp left turn

좌회전 표지판
jwahoejeon pyojipan
left turn sign

좌회전
jwahoejeon
left turn

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Korean Word of the Day - bus (noun)

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버스 (beoseu) bus (noun)

버스가 길에 주차되어 있습니다.
Beoseuga gire juchadoeeo itsseumnida.
The bus is parked on the street.

우리는 버스로 공항에 갈 겁니다.
Urineun beoseuro gonghange gal kkeomnida.
We’ll go to the airport by bus.

우리 그룹은 버스로 나라를 관광했습니다.
Uri geurubeun beoseuro narareul gwangwanghaetsseumnida.
Our group toured the country on a bus.

버스 요금
beoseu yogeum
bus fare

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Korean Word of the Day - grass (noun)

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풀 (pul) grass (noun)

멧돼지들이 풀을 씹고 있습니다.
Metdwaejideuri pureul ssipkko itseumnida.
The wild boars are chewing the grass.

쥐가 풀을 먹고 있습니다.
Jwiga pureul meokko itsseumnida.
The mouse is eating grass.

녹색의 풀
nokssaegui pul
green grass

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Korean Word of the Day - marathon (noun)

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마라톤 (maraton) marathon (noun)

마라톤 선수는 마라톤을 뛰고 있습니다.
Maraton seonsuneun maratoneul ttwigo itsseumnida.
The runners are running a marathon.

마라톤을 뛰다
maratoneul ttwida
run a marathon

마라톤 선수
maraton seonsu
marathon runners

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