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1

Hello / Good Morning

Ahn-Nyeong-Hah-Se-Yo (안녕하세요)

2

Thank you

Kam-Sa-Ham(b)-Ni-Da (감사합니다)

3

Yes and No

Ne (네) / Ah-ni-yo (아니요)

4

Yes, That is right!

Ne, Ma-Ja-Yo (네, 맞아요)

5

Goodbye (leaving) / Goodbye (Staying)

An-Nyeong-Hi - GYE-Se-Yo (안녕히 계세요)
An-Nyeong-Hi - GAH-Se-Yo (안녕히 가세요)
(Stay in peace)

6

I'm Sorry

Joh-Sohng - Ham(b)-Ni-Da (죄송합니다)
--Apology-- -----I Do-------

7

Excuse me

Joh-Ki-Yoh (저기요)

8

To Be

I-Eh-Yo (이에요) or Ye-Yo (예요)

9

What / What is it?

Mwo? (뭐) / Mwo-Ye-Yo? (뭐예요?)

10

This is a kamera

I-Geo-Ka-Me-Ra-Ye-Yo (이거 카메라예요)

11

What is this?

I-Geo-Mwo-Ye-Yo? (이거 뭐예요?)

12

This / That / The

I (이) / Jeo (저) / Geu (그)

13

What is the difference between: I (이) / Jeo (저) / Geu (그)?

I (이) is for something close.
Jeo (저) is for something far away
Geu (그) is for something thats far away from you, but close to the person you are speaking to.

14

Computer
Coffee
Person

Keom-Pyu-Toh(컴퓨터)
Keo-Pi (커피)
Sa-Ram (사람)

15

To be NOT, It is NOT, You are NOT

A-Ni-Eh-Yo (아니에요)

16

What are Topic- and Subject Marking Particles, and what is the difference?

Topic: Eun (은) / Neun (는)
Subject: I (이) / Ga (가)
They are used to emphazise (improve) your sentence. Give them more flavour.
Subject emphasises the object in the sentence (like a book).
Topic emhasises the whole point of the conversation.

(Note: The placement of the particles in the sentence can change the meaning of the sentence.

17

Have / Exists - Don't/doesn't have / Doesn't exists

Have: I-Sseo-Yo (있어요) / Don't have: Eop-Sseo-Yo (없어요)

Example for "There is water / Water exists / I (they) have water: Mul I-Sseo-Yo (물 있어요)

18

Please give me... / I'd like to have...

Ju-Se-Yo (주세요)

Example of use: Please give me money
Don Ju-Se-Yo (돈 주세요)

Please give me a beer
Maek-Ju Ju-Se-Yo (맥주 주세요)

19

It's Tasty. It's delicious
This is delicious

Ma-Si-Sseo-Yo (맛있어요)
I-Geo Ma-Si-Sseo-Yo (이거 맛있어요)

20

What do you say before eating? (I will eat well)
What do you say when done eating? (Thank you for the food)

Jal Meok-Ge-Sseum-Ni-Da (잘 먹겠습니다)
Jal Meo-Geo-Sseum-Ni-Da (잘 먹었습니다)

21

I want to...
I want to eat
I want to eat more

-Go Si-Peo-Yo (-고 싶어요)
Meok-Go Si-Peo-Yo (먹고 싶어요)
Deo Meok-Go Si-Peo-Yo (더 먹고 싶어요)

22

I want to do
I want to see
I want to eat

Ha-Go Si-Peo-Yo (하고 싶어요)
Bo-Go Si-Peo-Yo (보고 싶어요)
Meok-Go Si-Peo-Yo (먹고 싶어요)

23

Sino korean number:
0-1-2-3-4-5-6

Gong (공), IL (일), I (이), Sam (삼), Sa (사), O (오),
Ryuk/Yuk (륙 / 육)

24

Sino korean number:
7-8-9-10
100
1000

Chil (칠), Pal (팔), Gu (구), Sip (십)
Baek (백)
Cheon (천)

25

Present tense conjugation?
To be, to see, to do.

A-Yo (아요)
Eo-Yo (어요)
Yeo-Yo (여요)

26

Past tense conjugation

A-Sseo-Yo (았어요)
Eo-Sseo-Yo (었어요)
Yeo-Sseo-Yo (였어요)

27

Location marking particles
"Where" or "Which place?"

E (에) = At, To.
E-Seo (에서) At, In, From
Eo-Di (어디)

Both particles can be "At", but they are different.
E (에) means where something "IS" or "EXISTS".
E-Seo (에서) means where something takes place.

28

I went to school
School: Hak-Gyo (학교)

Hak-Gyo-E Ga-Sseo-Yo (학교에 갔어요)
School - To I Went.

29

When?
When did you do it?
When did you arrive?

Eon-Je (언제)
Eon-Je Hae-Sseo-Yo? (언제 했어요?)
Eon-Je Do-Cha-Kae-Sseo-Yo? (언제 도착했어요?)

30

Useful nouns:
Today / Yesterday / Tomorrow / Now
Earlier today / Later

Today: O-Neul (오늘)
Yesterday: Eo-Je (어제)
Tomorrow: Nae-il (내일)
Now: Ji-Geum (지금)
Earlier today: A-Kka (아까)
Later: Na-Jung-e (나중에)