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Korean Conversation for Beginners

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Lessons in This Class

53 Lessons (4h 33m)
    • 1. Course Introduction

      1:45
    • 2. Course Overview

      2:32
    • 3. Honorific Language

      4:47
    • 4. How to greet someone

      6:59
    • 5. How to greet someone (Speaking Drill)

      3:12
    • 6. How to talk about names

      9:29
    • 7. How to talk about names (Speaking Drill)

      3:09
    • 8. Review Lesson

      3:37
    • 9. How to talk about where I'm from

      7:16
    • 10. How to talk about where I'm from (Speaking Drill)

      2:51
    • 11. How to talk about age

      6:43
    • 12. How to talk about age (Speaking Drill)

      2:12
    • 13. Review Lesson

      4:20
    • 14. How to greet friends

      7:32
    • 15. How to greet friends (Speaking Drill)

      3:15
    • 16. How to talk about where I live

      7:12
    • 17. How to talk about where I live (Speaking Drill)

      3:06
    • 18. Review Lesson

      3:25
    • 19. How to talk about jobs

      7:31
    • 20. How to talk about jobs (Speaking Drill)

      2:44
    • 21. How to say goodbye

      8:29
    • 22. How to say goodbye (Speaking Drill)

      2:54
    • 23. Review Lesson

      3:20
    • 24. How to talk about phone number

      10:58
    • 25. How to talk about phone number (Speaking Drill)

      4:16
    • 26. How to talk about birthdays

      7:57
    • 27. How to talk about birthdays (Speaking Drill)

      3:04
    • 28. Review Lesson

      3:58
    • 29. How to talk about food you like

      8:12
    • 30. How to talk about food you like (Speaking Drill)

      3:08
    • 31. How to talk about food you don't like

      9:00
    • 32. How to talk about food you don't like (Speaking Drill)

      2:39
    • 33. How to say thing are okay and not bad

      8:52
    • 34. How to say things are okay and not bad (Speaking Drill)

      2:52
    • 35. Review Lesson

      4:13
    • 36. How to talk about siblings

      9:01
    • 37. How to talk about siblings (Speaking Drill)

      3:02
    • 38. How to talk about marriage

      7:03
    • 39. How to talk about marriage (Speaking Drill)

      2:15
    • 40. How to talk about your children

      9:42
    • 41. How to talk about your children (Speaking Drill)

      3:58
    • 42. Review Lesson

      3:56
    • 43. How to talk about appearance using adjectives

      10:42
    • 44. How to talk about appearance using adjectives (Speaking Drill)

      3:19
    • 45. How to talk about height & body size

      9:23
    • 46. How to talk about height & body size (Speaking Drill)

      2:48
    • 47. Review Lesson

      3:41
    • 48. How to talk about weekend activities

      8:33
    • 49. How to talk about weekend activities (Speaking Drill)

      2:48
    • 50. How to talk about favourite movies

      8:32
    • 51. How to talk about favourite movies (Speaking Drill)

      2:20
    • 52. Review Lesson

      3:25
    • 53. Farewell video

      1:04
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Welcome to our Korean Conversation for Beginners course.

This course is designed to help you develop your Korean speaking skills. The course will cover some of the most common conversation topics, and you will learn useful language related to these topics and practice using them throughout the course so that you retain everything you learn on the course. 

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Keehwan Kim

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Hi everyone!

My name's Keehwan Kim and welcome to my teacher profile page.

I have been a language teaching professional since 2005, and I have been working as a language learning content producer, working for the likes of BBC Learning English as a content producer.

I love everything about teaching and learning languages. I think best analogy of language learning is of trying to go up an escalator that's coming down. You have to work hard to make forward progress, and if you stop trying, it's easy to lose all that progress you have made.

Many of us live in environments where interacting with the language you're learning is extremely difficult, but I hope my courses help you to engage with the language you're trying to learn and help yo... See full profile

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1. Course Introduction: either, and welcome to my Korean conversation for beginners. Course I'm your instructor, Kim GI. Now the overall aim of this course is to help you develop your Korean seeking skills so that you're able to talk about the most common conversations. Competition. Career as this is a beginner's course, will start right from the basics. We'll begin by learning to say hello and introduced ourselves in Korea, and then we'll go through some of the most basic personal questions about age jobs and where people live will also cover topics related to what food would like And what would we don't like. And you'll also learn to ask when someone's first day is and learn how to say Happy Birthday. And in case you find out that that day is actually someone's birthday would teach you to say, Oh wow, it's your birthday today in Korea, it might be useful phrase. Our lessons focus on one particular languages, and we'll go through the expressions we teach thoroughly and to make sure that you retain the language we teach you. Practice speaking. The expressions tour in the lessons, and the lessons are followed by speaking drills, form or practice and If that wasn't enough, there are review lessons where you can practice the same expressions again, again and again. And just in case that's not enough. Practice we have writing practice works is which you can use to write the Korean sentences you're learning. So if you're keen to learn how to speak Korea and also gain some Korean writing practice coming during the course, I'll see you sending the lesson. 2. Course Overview: Hi, everyone, and welcome to the video on course overview. Now we wanted to make this video so that we can explain to you clearly how this course is structured so that you're able to benefit from this course as much as possible. Now, this course is made up off units, and each unit comprises 2 to 3 lessons and a review lesson at the end. The lessons are also accompanied by speaking drew lessons and also writing work. She's in a lessons you be guided through mini dialogs, and each dialogue focuses on one particular language function. For example, there is a lesson on how to say your name, and in this lesson you will learn how to ask what people's names are and how to say your name. In Korea, we will explain the meaning and the sentence structure in depth, and you'll be guided through speaking practices so that you're constantly participating and using the language you're learning. Additionally, for each lesson, there are writing worksheets, which you can download in practice, writing Korean sentences after each lesson. There are speaking drills so that you can further practice the language of learning, and at the end of the unit. There are review lessons where you will further practice the language in a more conversational pattern, and this will help to practice recalling what you learned within that unit. Now, as this is a conversation course, the focus of the lessons is on meaning and how language is used. So while we do, we explain some important aspects of the Korean sentence structure. This is not a heavy grammar course with common grammar features, such as topping markers in the subject markers. Eager rather than trying to learn all the different ways that can be used is far more beneficial for you to learn how these particles air used in specific contexts. Learning how chunks of languages used in certain contexts will automatically help you to learn how these particles are used. We do have grammar worksheets for certain lessons where the grammar concept plays an important role, and you can find these in the resource of section. In these worksheets. There are also exercises you can do to check your understanding off these grammar points. One other important aspect of this course is that we do expect to learn is to be able to read hunger and in this course, we will not right Korean in Roman alphabet. And this is because we truly believe that if you really want to make progress in learning Korea, you have to learn to read hunger first. Okay, so I hope that's giving you a good idea on what this course is about. Now, before we're getting to the actual course. In the next lesson, we're going to explain the importance of using polite and formal language in Korean. So I'll see you soon again in the next listen, but why? 3. Honorific Language: Hi, Very great to see you again. Now, one of the most important aspects of Korean is to use appropriate language and be respectful. Using inappropriate language can not only be embarrassing for us, but it can also cause serious offense to other people. The respectful language in Korean is called honorific language, and it's a huge part of the Korean language. So when you learn Korea, it's extremely important that you learn how to use honorific language with different kinds of people. So in this video, we're going to give you a quick overview off what honorific language is so that you are better prepared to take the lessons in this course and be able to use Korean in the right way. Now, before we get into the actual language itself, you need to understand that Korea is an extremely hierarchical society. So whenever Koreans meat, we have to instantly determine who has seniority and who doesn't. And the one attribute that determines this the most is age. But Koreans also determine levels of seniority by our Rankin organizations we belong to, such as the company we work for in our respective positions in the family tree. Once this hierarchy is determined, everyone is more comfortable as they know where they are in the hierarchy and ultimately, what language that she use with each other. Now. There is one other factor that also influences these relationships further, and that is the closeness off relationships between people. This is because even if two cousins are off the same age, if they've only met twice in their lifetime, there will still use respectful language because they're unfamiliar with each other. On the other hand, the supervisor in a subordinate who also have an age gap between them may use casual language towards each other because they worked together for 20 years and know each other really well. Now, of course, this can be rather ambiguous, because when do you know that you're close enough with the other person so that you can use casual language? And that's a very tough question to answer, And often it happens, quite naturally, between two people and other times the people in the relationship might actually say to each other. Let's use casual language. So there is no specific guideline on when a relationship becomes close enough for two people to use casual language. Now So the big question is, how do you show respect in Korea? The important part of Korean honorific language is the verb, and you can make a sentence formal or informal by conjugating a verb. All verbs can change into casual, polite and formal forms. For example, the Korean Beaver is either, and it's casual form is yeah, the polite form is you, and the formal form is in leader. In Korea, the casual form is called Panama and the Polites, and the formal forms are called tuned in My Now, the basic essence off Pama is that it does not show any respect. This doesn't mean that Pamela is disrespectful, but because it's not a respectful language. We don't use Pamela with people who are more senior than us or with people who were not close to therefore the most common types of people. We use Pamela with our close friends and close family members. There are, of course, others we can use Pamela with, but these are the most common types of people. The Polites and formal forms I called Chand Emma and turned them over is what you should use to be respectful. Formal verb endings are used in very formal settings, such as in job interviews or when you're giving a presentation or in writing. So the form of verb ending isn't used that often in everyday speech, and this means that the most commonly used over bending is the polite verb ending. Whether you're meeting people for the first time or whether you're in a restaurant ordering food or whether you're asking for directions from strangers, you should use polite verb endings. So naturally, the focus of what we teach in this course is on polite verb endings. And this is quite handy because all polite verb endings and in your so it makes it quite easy to learn them now as well as conjugating verbs. Some verbs also have, um, or respect for equivalent, for example, the verb to that means to give. But it also has an honorific version, which is Talita and as well as verbs. We also have casual and formal pronouns, and there are also standard and formal forms of certain downs, and when we need to be respectful, it's important for us to use the appropriate language. So finally, the important question is, what language should you use as explained. Already, everything depends on who you are and who you're speaking to. Unless you're talking to close friends or close family members, you should go with a polite language. So that's what we're going to learn in this course. But as and when it's required will also mention other levels of formality. Okay, so that's it. I hope you now have a pretty good sense of what? On earth? For languages. We're now going to move on and start learning to converse in Korea. I'll see you soon in the lesson, but why? 4. How to greet someone: hi there. And welcome to the first lesson on learning conversation skills in Korean. Now in this lesson, we're going to learn how to greet people when meeting people for the first time. First, I like you to listen to the following dialogue between myself and meaner. And don't worry if you don't understand everything just yet, as it will go through everything in detail afterwards. A Neil Asael, Manasso Panga, BSA Media. I know that sale child or by NASA, panga, Epsom, Nida and your Asael. But NASA hangups me there. And young Asseo child o mine as open got some nida. Now, as an adult, when you meet someone for the first time, you should always greet that person by saying and young has hail annual as a oh, the casual term and young is commonly used among teenagers and people in their early twenties. But adults, particularly male adults, generally don't use Anyang even when they've become friends with people. Adult friends tend to use other expressions when they greet each other, and we'll look at those expressions later on in the course in another. Listen, however, at first meeting as an adult, you should always greet people by saying and young has hail and young has Let's do a listen . Repeat practice off saying annual has hail and young Asseo. I know Asael and Young Asseo. That was great. Then we have my NASA panga. Upson media. Now, this phrase is actually made up off to Bubs manana, which means to meet, and Pan Gupta, which means to feel pleased that you've met someone at the end of the verb manana we have saw instead of car. And this sort represents because off. So although this phrase is used in a way to mean nice to meet you, this literal translation is because off meeting you, I'm pleased there is a full grammar reference sheet on the use of salt, and it will explain House heart is used with different kinds of verbs. So please refer to that for more information. Now, with this phrase by Nazar Pan Gus, Amita, we can also just say pangas Amita to say nice to meet you. And if we want to be less formal, maybe perhaps the people we're talking to other same ages us. We can just say balle nasa panga lawyer. We'll just say panga. Voya young people are definitely more likely to use the less formal form. Okay, so let's do a speaking practice off saying by NASA Pan gaps Amita repeat after me Hangups Amita hangups Amita Manasso Panga BSA Media by Nestle pengassan Nida That was great. Now let's practice the polite form by NASA Panga Lawyer Pango Oil Pango Oil Madness Help angle Oil madness Help angle oil! That was great. Well done now to say nice to meet you too. We can say child o mine as open Gus Amita Chado Bananas up Angus Amita Now the only difference between this line and this line is chado And in this world we have the particle talk, which means to and also and this particle tour is used with downs, which in this case, is the pronoun char, which means I and like the English to and also we use the particle talk to say something similar to what was previously mentioned. Okay, so let's do a speaking practice off saying Chado man as open ghasemi there Repeat after me told a bankruptcy me there told the woman at Sepang Gutzon Media Chado panga Oil Chiodo by Nestle Pan Goyo That was great Now, let's do the final speaking practice. In this final practice, you're going to practice the mini dialogue twice. Let's first listen to the mini dialogue again and remind ourselves off the language. We're going to practice a Neil Asael Manasso Panga, BSA Media. I know that sale, child, or by Nassau Panga, Epsom, Nida and your Asael. But NASA hangups Amita and young Asseo child O mine as open godson Nida. Okay, so the first practice is with Mina, and you say the second line and the second practice is with me and you say the first line. This is an independent practice, So using the prompts I'd like you to complete the sentence is by filling in the blanks with appropriate expressions. So if you're ready, let's begin with the first practice and your Asael. But NASA hangups Amita and Young Asseo Chiodo, my nose open, Godson Nida and your Asael. But NASA hangups me there. And young Asseo child. Oh, my nose open, Godson Nida! Okay, so in today's lesson, we learn how to greet people in Korean when meeting people for the first time. In the next lesson, we'll learn how to ask for people's names and how to say our names in Korea. So I'll see you sit again in that lesson. But why 5. How to greet someone (Speaking Drill): and young and young and young on DYoung hace you'll, Danielle Asael and your Asael and your Asael Peng Guy Warrior Pangle Arroyo Pangle, Oyo My NASA Pangle Arroyo, My NASA Hung Goyo Manasseh Hung Goyo Manasso Peng Goyo panga ups and Gnida Panga BSA me that hang ups and media hang ups and me that my Nazal panga, Epsom, Nida but nestled hang ups and me there but nestled hangups me there but nestled hang ups and me there. Chado panga oil Chado Panga Oil Chiodo by NASA Upon Goyo Chiodo by mess Open Goyo tell don't hang Ups and media Total Bankruptcy Me die! Total madness Help! Hang ups and me there I told the woman Netapp hang ups and me there. 6. How to talk about names: Hi there. And welcome back now, The single most important skill you need to learn in any language is to be able to ask what people's names are and also be able to say what your name is. So that's what we're going to learn in this lesson. Let's first listen to a dialogue between myself and meaner as we ask each other what our names are, but same as before. Don't worry if you don't understand everything just yet, as we will go through everything in detail afterwards. So, mommy or okay to a sale. Tonin Khimki! Juanita, Go Hail song Army out! Okay, Tonin Pang me Nail Salome. Oh, Okay. Draisaitl, Tonin Khimki Juanico Hail Song A meal talk. It is here. I told them Peng me nail. Now first to ask me what my name is. Meena asked Song Army or Takeda Sale Song, Army or talk. It is now the world's hung on means name. But this is the honorific form and the standard world for name is Eden. But you can also use the word Etem toe Ask for people's names. But if you need to be respectful, then you need to use the word as hung. After that, we have our docket, which means how and the verb is Ted Sale. And this is a very polite form of the verb Tedder, which means to be or to become now the polite form of the verb Tedder is tail. And if you want to be less formal, perhaps because you know the other person is of the same age. Or perhaps because you're close to that person, then you can use the word Etem and tail and ask either me or docket air either. Me, our docket hair. And although this question doesn't use a possessive pronoun, your in Korea is quite common not to use the possessive pronoun when its meaning is obvious . And this is a very common feature off the Korean language. Let's now do a speaking practice off asking people's names will practice using medium and someone if you're ready. Repeat after me. Et me auto Kitale et me auto. Kitale. So, mommy or okay to Lazio Salome. Oh, okay. Draisaitl. Great. Now there were two different ways to say our names. First I said, My name is Kim G. One like this. It's on in keeping you. I need I go here so and then keeping you I need I go here first we have the full more pronoun I charge used with the particle. And then and then we have this phrase it I go hail and the literal translation off like Oh , hell is something is called this. So this sentence kind of means I'm called King Given and this is a very common way off saying our name in Korea also, I used it. I go hail because my name Kim Gi hwan, ends with a knee in Baton. But if a person's name ends with a vow such as Minhas name, then we would use Lago Hail like this, John in pan mean arrival. Hail. My name is Pamina telling then hung me that I go Hail. Now, as you can see in these examples, Koreans tend to say they're full name when introducing themselves. They say their surname first, and then they're given name second. But when you're speaking to a Korean person, you can just say your first name because most Koreans, aware that foreigners tend to introduce themselves with the first name only Lastly, with regards to pronunciation, polite verb endings, all and in your but in far speech we never say you're the sound is actually somewhere between your and your service Lago. Hey, your hey, you'll lago! Hail lago! Hey, yo! It's a very subtle sound between the yard and your, and it takes a bit of practice to say that correctly. But don't worry about that for now, because you're going to have a lot of practice saying that vowel sound. In this course, let's first to a listening repeat practice off saying our name using it. I go Hail John in Khimki Juanita, go Hail John in Khimki Juanita, go! Hail Tonin! Khimki! Juanita! Go! Hail! Tell them, pound Nina! Rocco! Hail! That was great! Well done! Next to ask the same question back, we repeated the same question because when you meet people for the first time, it's difficult to say. How about you in Korean? Some textbooks do say that Qianjin in your is the equivalent off How about you? But Korean people never ever used this phrase between friends. You can say Donnan to mean how about you? And once you find out the other person's name or title, then you can say bi national in your How about you, Meena? Or something? You manure? How about your teacher? And we use this word. See after people's names to be respectful. And we generally use this word when the other person is off similar level in terms of age or rank. But when we meet people for the first time and we don't know what the other person's name is or suitable title to call them by then it's more appropriate just to ask the same question back. Okay, moving on now the second way off saying our name is just to say I am so in. So So Meena said John in hangnail. I am Hang Meena Thonon Pang me nail first we say China in which means I And after saying our name, we use the polite form of the Korean Beaver either in the dialog, Bina said Bina ao because her name ends with a vowel It sir. But if the name ends with a Pattyn like my name Kim given, then we would use e ao like this. Tonin Kim Diwaniyah. I am Kim G one Tonin Kim, you on the air also with regards to pronunciation. Although your is written with a wide glide vow Yeah, in far speech is pronounced as a r ail. Okay, so with that in mind, let's to a listening repeat practice off saying I am so in self Tonin Pang me nail Tonin Pang me nail told them Pang me nail Tonin Khimki Bania That was great. Load on, Let's move on to the final practice. Okay, so in this final practice, we're going to practice the mini dialogue twice. But let's listen to that dialogue one more time and remind ourselves off the language. We're going to practice salami or okay to a sale. Tonin Khimki! Juanita, Go Hail song Army auto Que has hail Tonin Pang me nail Salome Oh, okay. Draisaitl town in Khimki Juanico Hail Song A meal talk. It is here. I told them Peng me nail. The first practice is with Meena, and you say the second line and the second practice is with me and you'll say the first and the third line. This is an independent practice or the sentences you're going to say would have blanks. And you have to fill in the blanks using appropriate expressions from today's lesson. So if you're ready, there speaking with the first practice salami. Oh, okay. Draisaitl, Tonin Khimki. One year ago. Hail song on me or talk It is here tone impound mean? I owe salami. Oh, okay. Draisaitl, Tonin Khimki. One year ago. Hell Song on me or talk. It is here tone impound mean? I owe great job today. Well done. In today's I said it, we learned how to ask what people's names are and how to say our names in Korea. The next lesson is a review lesson. And we're going to review how to greet people when meeting people for the first time and the language you learned today to talk about our names. So I'll see you soon again in that review lesson. But why? 7. How to talk about names (Speaking Drill): either me or talk a Te'o. Either me, auto care Te'o either me or docket air. Either me or docket air. Either me or docket Air. It's all on me. Oh, okay. To a sale. Salami out. Okay. To a CEO, Some mommy. Oh, okay. There's Hail some Mommy. Oh, okay. There's Hail some Mommy. Oh, okay. There's hail. Tell on then. Kim Gyu Hwan. Iago. Hail John in Kim Gwan. Iago! Hail Tonin! Khimki! Juanita! Go! Hail! I told him. Pang Minera Quail, Tom! Then could He said I will hail telling them Be said Iago. Hail, Tonin! Pamina. Yale! Tonin, Pamina. You Tonin Peng! Me nail! Tonin Khimki Rania Thonon be Sadiyah John Iniquity Sale. 8. Review Lesson: Hello there and welcome to the review lesson. Now the review lessons in this conversation course consists off three practices off the same dialogue, and the dialogues will contain the important language you learned in the previous lessons. Now remember the focus of the two previous lessons, which were on how to greet people when meeting people for the first time and how to talk about our names. The first practice will be a listening repeat practice, so it'll be a nice way off revisiting what we learned before. The practice is with Meena and Mina will speak first, Let's begin and you'll ASIO but nice l pang ups. Amita and Young assail Chiodo, but not so open. Gusting media Some mommy. Oh, okay. There's Hail Tonin, Kim Keilani Dicho Hail song Amiel took it is sale. I told them, Pound me nail. That was great. Now let's do the second practice. In the second practice, you will see Korean sentences with blanks and using the prompts on the screen. I like you to say the full sentence using appropriate expression. This practice will be with me and you're going to speak first. So if you're ready, let's begin and you'll ASIO but nice help hangups Amita annual assail chado but not so open . Gusting media some mommy old. Okay, days Hail Tonin Kim Keilani Dicho Hail song A meal ticket A sale? I told them pound me nail. Great job. Well done. Now let's move on to the final practice off the same dialogue and same as before You'll see Korean sentences. But this time there will be more blanks. So again I'd like you to complete the sentence is using appropriate expressions. This practice is with Mina and you're going to speak first This begin and young assail Banda's open Ghasemi Nida and yellow azo told a woman s open gaps in media song A meal took it is hale tone impoundment Atago Hail! So let me out! Okay, Does Hail Tonin Khimki Wanya! Great job today. Well done. Now, in any language, learning practice is key. So if you feel you need one or two more practices off the same dialogue, please feel free to take this review lesson again. Now we're going to move on, and in the next lesson we're going to learn how to talk about where we're from. So I'll see you soon. A gaining that. Listen, but why 9. How to talk about where I'm from: Hi there. Great to see you again. Now, whenever we meet someone from another country, one of the first questions we ask is where that person is from. So in today's lesson, we're going to learn how to ask where someone is from and how to say where we're from. In Korea, let's first listen to a dialogue between myself and meaner as we talk about where we're from all DSL By so tonin Young Google saw Wasow being a senior Tonin Hunger Sadam Yale odious How I soil Ton and younger guys Awassa Venus in in your Tonin hand looks at a meal first to ask where someone is from. We can ask ODS Awassa, ods, Awassa Adi means where and in this question it's used with the location particle eso and as I can mean act in or from depending on the context, it is used in and in the sentence it is used as from. Lastly, we have the verb waas oil and this is the past form off the verb order, which means to come. This question roughly translates to where did you come from? And although we can ask this question to ask where someone is from, as in the country or the city there from. We can also simply use this question to ask where someone just came from. Okay, so let's first do a list and repeat practice of asking where someone is from all the SL by so all the SL by soil all the year. So a sale or D A. So I so great now to talk about where we from weaken, basically use the same structure as the question and say, John in younger guys are tonin younger. Get our first we say Thonon, which means I and young book, which means United Kingdom replaces Audie in the question. And whereas the question is said with a rising tone at the end ODs awassa the statement you said with a falling tone at the end. Younger guys. Awassa, Let's listen to a few other examples. Tonin. Big again. I'm from the USA. Tonin bouquets. Awassa telling them. Hold us a lot. I'm from Australia. Tonin, hold us. Awassa. Okay, so let's practice some of these statements to say where we're from. Tonin Young Gu GSR Wasow tonin young Gu Gasol Wasow China in younger gets Awassa Tonin biggest ally style. That was great. Now then, to return the question to Meena, I asked Meena Senior, I mean, a senior, however, do keep in mind that we only use see when the other person is off similar level in terms of age or rank or with those who are younger than us. We never use See with people who are in a more senior position on us. Okay, so let's practice using this expression, being a senior, being a sin in your I mean a senior que en sending you that was great. Now we can also say where we're from by saying our nationality rather than the country we're from. So to say I'm Korean, Meena said John in handbooks. Adamia tonin handbooks Adamia to say our nationality. We first say the country name and we use the word Sadam, which means person. So hang hooks. Adam means Korean person or Korean Chungu. Oksana means Chinese. Francis Adam means French, and Pilip in Sodom means Filipino. OK, so it's a pretty simple sentence. So let's practice saying our nationality. Tonin Hunger Sadam, Yale, Tonin Hunger, Sadam, Yale Tonin handbooks at a meal tone in Philippians Adamia. Fantastic job load on, Let's do the final practice. Okay, so same as before. We're going to practice the mini dialogue twice. But first, let's listen to the dialogue one more time. All the sl by soil Tonin young gu Giza Wasow being a sin in your tonin hunger Sadam Yale Odious How I soil Tony and younger guys Awassa Been a senior tonin handbooks at a meal. Okay, so the first practice is with Meena and you say the second line and the second practice is with me and you say the first and the third line. Remember that this is an independent practice, meaning that the sentences on screen will have blanks and you have to complete the sentences with appropriate expressions. If you're ready, let's do the first practice Odious. How I soil Tony and younger guys Awassa been a senior Tonin handbook said I meal odious How I Soil Ton and younger guys Awassa Venus in in your tonin handbooks at a meal. In today's lesson, we learned to ask where someone is from and we also learned to say the country or from an hour nationality in the next lesson, we're going to learn useful language you can use to talk about our age. So I'll see you soon again in that lesson. But why 10. How to talk about where I'm from (Speaking Drill): all d is all Why Soyo All the years all life, soil odious How I soil odious how I soil o de eso Asseo tell on then young Gu gaze her. What's Soyo? Thonon Young, Google's Sahwas Soyo Ton and younger guys Awassa Telling them be Google SIA John and Pilipinas Awassa Tonin togs ls style I mean a scene in your I mean a scene in your I mean a senior que en sena Could decision in your tonin hunger look sad? Um e ao tonin hunger looks at Emilio, Tony and Hancock said Emilio, John and pranks is had I'm here told him Philippians Adamia John in Big box Adamia 11. How to talk about age: hi there. And welcome back. Now. Talking about age in Korea is really important. And when you meet a Korean person, it may be one of the first things that they want to know about you. So in today's lesson, we're going to learn how to ask someone's eight and how to talk about our own age. Let's first listen to a dialogue between myself and meaner. Now you gotta or okay, Tail Tonin. Similarly. Oh, don't say Yale John in sodden Hans rd ao. Now you go Tokyo Tonin Samaniego there said he'll tannins hot and hands idea to ask how old someone is. You can ask *** or Tokyo *** or Tokyo, and this is a polite way of asking. How old are you? First we have this word die, which means age. And then we have this structure off doctor tail, which we learn when asking about someone's name. And we use this structure toe, ask for personal information in a polite way. But if you want to be more polite, you can also ask our dark hair test. Hail. Okay, so let's first to a listening repeat, practice off, asking dagga or talk it here. Repeat after me, Naida or Tok tail. Now you gotta or okay, Tail. Now you go, Tokyo! Daigo! OK, deal. That was great. Now, if we want to be less formal when asking someone's age, we can also ask the same question like this. You'll Saudi ale. You'll Saudi Ao Yat means how many And Sarah is a noun that refers to age So they ends her are both now is that refer to age. However, we use Sarah to count age So when a question uses about toe ask for specific number we can't use night and we have to use And finally we have e a o which is the polite form off the Korean be verb either This question is commonly used by young people either teenagers or people in their early twenties. If you're an adult, you can still use this question if you're close to someone or if you know for sure the other person is much younger than you. OK, so let's practice this question. Repeat after me, Bill Sad e a l bill Saadi Ale Bill Saudi ao bill Saudi Ale. That was great. Now, lastly, to say how old we are, we can say, John in Sumer, your don't study a are John in. Similarly, although Saudi A r. So first we say Thonon, which means I. And then we say our age, using native Korean numbers in the now owns have which we used to count our age. And finally, the sentence ends with the polite form of the Korean beef up either, which is e. A l. Let's listen to a few other examples. Town in Sardinia society A Are I'm 36 years old town in Sardinia Society area Tonin bound to Is that in media? I'm 42 years old Tonin bound to Azadi Media. So as you can see, depending on how for more you want to be, you can say Yale to be polite or you can use in Nida to be formal. Let's now do a listener repeat practice off saying how old we are. Repeat after me. Tonin Similar. Yo, don't say Yale Tonin. Similarly. Oh, don't say Yale Tonin Summary Other studio Tonin Z'ha'dum, Jasso, Saadiya, Tonin bound to setting me there. Great effort today. Let's move on to the final practice. Okay, so we're going to practice that dialogue twice, But before we get into that. Let's listen to it one more time, Naida or okay, Tail Tonin. Similarly. Oh, don't say Yale John in sodden Hans rd ao. Now you go Tokyo Tonin, similar to go there, said he'll tannins hot and hands idea. Okay, so this is an independent speaking practice. So using the prompts on the screen I like you to complete the sentence is using appropriate expressions. First practice is with Mina and you say the second line and the second practice is with me and you say the first and the third line. So let's begin the practice. Daigo Tokyo turns holding hands Audio town in summary other Sadio Daigo, Tokyo turns hot and Hans Audio Town in summary other Sadio In today's lesson, we learned to talk about age. We learned to ask how old people are, and we also learn to talk about our own age. The next lesson is a review lesson. So we're going to review everything we learned today about age, and we're also going to review the language. You learned to talk about where we're from, so it's Houston again in that lesson. But why 12. How to talk about age (Speaking Drill): di Iga. Oh, okay. To you, the AJGA or Tokyo Daigo Dokdo! Now you go Tokyo! Daigo Tokyo Your sad e ale They are Saudi Ale Bill Saudi Ale Bill Saudi Ale John in Sumer Yodo, Sire Yayo. John in similar Yattara Saadi ao Tonin. Similarly, although Saudi Air Tonin, Z'ha'dum, Jasso Saadiya, Tonin Holden and Audio Tonin bound to setting media Tonin Simoes added me that 13. Review Lesson: Hi there. And welcome to the review lesson in today's review lesson. We're going to review the language. We learned to talk about where we're from and also the language we learned in the previous lesson to talk about age. And we'll do that by practicing the same dialogue three times. The first practice is a listening repeat practice with Tina and Meena will speak first. So if you're ready, let's get started and yellow, I say, Oh, Salome. L Okay, Daisy. Oh, Tom, Then Khimki Juanita, Go! Hail! I told him Pang me nail old years or so Tony and handbooks that I media que en sinning yell Tony and younger guys Awassa Now you go. Took it there, Tony And scenario, there's that Yale China's holding hands area. That was great. Well done. Now the second practice is with me and you're going to speak first. And this time the sentences will have blanks. So using the prompts on the screen I'd like you to complete the sentence is using appropriate expressions. So if you're ready, let's begin. Danielle Asseo Saleh Meal! Okay, Daisy. Oh, Tom. Then Khimki Juanita! Go! Hail told him Pang me nail old years or so Tony and handbooks that I meal que en sinning yell Tony and younger guys Awassa. Now I go took it there, Tony and scenario, there's that Yale, China's holding hands area. Fantastic effort. World on. Now this is the final practice off this review lesson, and it's gonna get a little bit more trickier because the sentences will have war and bigger blanks. So using the prompts on the screen I like you to complete the sentence is using appropriate expressions. This practice is with Meena and you're going to speak first. So if you're ready, let's begin. Aniela Sale Song A meal talk. It is here. Tell them, Pang, Minidoka, Hail, Tonin, Khimki, Wanya or D is Oso Tonin young books that I'm here. I mean, I seen in your told the Hunger Games, the West style Daigo Tokyo tannins hot and hands audio told me in scenario there said he'll great effort today. Well done. I think if a Korean person were to ask you where you're from or your age, you're definitely ready to handle those topics. In the next lesson, we're going to learn how to greet friends in Korea. So I see you soon again in that lesson. But by 14. How to greet friends: Hi there. And welcome back now in English, the way we greet friends is very different from the way we greet people at first meeting. And this is no different in Korea. So in this lesson, we're going to learn how to greet friends in Korean. First listen to the following dialogue between two friends, Meena and I, as we greet each other would and Manya Toddy. So so all I could, um dodo tire. Sasa. Dad! Oh, sorry. So so would ammonia Toddy Sessa all come? No. Does Harry Sessa That would hardly Cecil. First we have the expression. Would Yemenia What am mania? And this expression is used in a similar way, too. Long time no see in English. But this phrase is actually quite versatile. What a man is a shortened form off order gunman which refers to a big time gap between two activities. So if you play tennis when you were 10 years old and then you play tennis 10 years later again and you can say whatever money there, what money there to mean? It's been a long time. It's been a long time. And one of the uses off or Germania is to say long time, no see. And it's commonly used between friends who haven't seen each other in a long time. Okay, so let's practice this phrase. Repeat after me would and Manya would. And Manya, what in Manya Woodham mania, That was great. Now, when Korean adult friends meet, some people do greet each other by saying and young but a more common way off greeting each other. Used to say how you like this, Caddy Sessa, Charlie Sosa tattered means well. And SSosa is the past form off pita, which means to stay. So the literal translation off Tally Sasa could be Did you stay well or have you stayed well? So it kind of means have you bean? Well, we can also make this more polite by saying tally Societa, Talisa Soya Or we could be super polite and very formal and say Carry Cater, sire, take a just CYA casual. Sawyer's infinitive form is casita and this is the honorific form off the verb it there. And we use this verb if we need to be much more respectful when talking to people. Okay, so let's do a listening repeat practice off chalice esa but will practice the casual, polite and the formal form. Repeat after me, Toddy. So So Tadese also Chaddy. So, Celia Tareq Asia Soyo That was great. Now to respond and say yes, I've been Well, I said, Oh, good. Um Oh, good. I'm now the yes, in Korean has three forms. The standard form is there. The formal form is here, and the casual form is off. So because the conversation is between two friends, I first said, Oh, to say yes and then added Could, um which can mean sure or off course. So this phrase all Kadhem means Yeah, sure, Yes, of course. So let's practice saying or could I repeat after me All could on All Could on all could, um all could All that was great. Next. I asked me not if she's been well too. So I said, No, Do it, Alice Esa, don't do it, Harry Sessa. First I said doddle, and we learned in an earlier lesson that the particle talk means to and also so Dodo means you too. And after that, we can ask the same question back tatty salsa. So this question dodo Taras also means Have you been well too? So Let's practice asking this question. No, don't carry Sosa. Those otitis esa no does Harry Sosa. And finally to say I have been well to being I said Dato Charlie. So So that totally saucer. And in this statement, we say saddle to mean me to and because this is a statement it said with a falling tone at the end, rather than a rising tone at the end, which you heard in the question earlier. So let's practice saying I have been, well, toe repeat after me. Not totally, Sosa. That would hardly Cecil. Not totally. Sosa. Fantastic effort today. Let's move on to the final practice. Okay, So same as before. We'll practice the minute I looked twice, but let's listen to that dialogue one more time, would and Manya Toddy. So So all could on no dough tire, Isaza. That'll carry. So so would ammonia Toddy Sessa all come. No. Does Harry Sessa Dad would hardly Cecil. Okay, so you know the drill. The first practice is with beena and you'll say the second line in the second practices with me and you say the first and the third line. And this is an independent practice. So completely sentences with appropriate expressions. So if you're ready, let's start. Would ammonia toddy Sessa all come? No. Does Harry Sessa that would hardly Cecil? Would ammonia toddy Sessa all come? No. Does Harry Sessa Dad would hardly Cecil? In today's lesson, we learned how to greet friends in Korean. In the next lesson, we're going to learn useful language you can use to talk about where we live. So I'll see you soon again in that lesson, but why? 15. How to greet friends (Speaking Drill): order and mine. Yeah, Order And mine. Yeah. What? In Manya Woodham mania? What am Monia Time is so so Tire is so so Tadese. Also Chaddy Sessa Daddy says so all could, um Oh, good. Um all could, um all could all all could, um no dough. Tire is Sasa No dough? Tired is Sasa? No, Don't carry Sessa though. Dude, Harry Sessa No! Don't carry Sessa. Oh, Could, um no dough Tired Is Sasa all come? No! Does Harry Sessa all Goddam dodo! Tarry Sessa All come! No! Does Harry Sessa? The do tire is so so That would hardly Cecil Nadal. Charlie Sessa, that would hardly sista. 16. How to talk about where I live: hi there and welcome back now. So far, we've covered a lot of the basic questions we normally ask when we meet people for the first time. But one question we haven't covered yet is the question on the way people live. So in today's listen, we're going to learn how to ask where people live and how to say where we live. In Korean. Let's first listen to a dialogue between myself and Bina. All DS had I o tonin Bob Boys had ill John in economies had a Iot quick souk in trail. Odious. Had I o Tony M Bob Boys had ill China Economist Araya Quick second Toyo First to ask where someone lives. We can ask all DS had i o all the years had a Iot. We've already learned Audie in an earlier lesson and Adi means well, and in this question it's used with the location Particle A and air is similar to in or at in this question. In an earlier lesson, we learned that s R can also be used as acts in English, but the use of A and s are, as at actually quite different. We use a as at to talk about something existing at a location. But we use Esser as at to talk about an action taking place at a location. For example, we can say, John in hack you a sale. I'm at school. Tonin, hack you a CYA. Now, in this sentence, we use air to talk about me being at school. So it's about my existence at school. On the other hand, we can say John in, hack your eyes. Oh, come where I study at school. Children hack us a camera here in this sentence, we use ESA because we're describing an action taking place at school. And that action is me studying so back to this question. And in this question, we use the verb scenario, which is the polite form of the verb is harder to live. And Sarah that describes a state rather than in action. So we used the location particle air. Also, if you're talking to someone who is in a much more senior position than you and you want to be more polite, you can ask the same question by saying or ds has hail. Old years has hail. Okay, so let's practice asking this question. Repeat, after me all ds had i o or D s had a Iot odious had i o oldies has hail oldies has hail. Great. Now then, to say where we live, we basically use the same structure as the question but replace Audie with the name of the place we live in. And because this is a statement, we say with a falling tone at the end. Listen to these sentences, Tonin by plays that I I live in m'appelle tonin by players. Had I tonin condom is had I I live in condom Tonin economies Herrera. So it's a pretty simple statement and obviously you can change the name of the place and talk about where you live. So let's practice saying Tonen s had a Iot. Repeat after me. Tonin Bob boys had ill tonin Bob boys had ill. I told them about poise. Had ill Tonin. Condom is had ir. That was great. Well done. Now in the last line to say it's near Culex, I said coric circa Njoya. Quick, Sir, control Here. The key word in this sentence is the word control. And this is a noun meaning a nearby place. And you can basically say a name of the place and say control area to say it's near some place. And that place in this intense is culex as a cultural reference. If you're wondering where culex is, it's in Condoms Hole, and it's a big exhibition hole with a big underground shopping mall. Okay, so let's look at some example. Sentences that use control. A condom. Your control is near condom station. Can your kin Toya hack your entire? It's near the school. Hack your pin, Toyo. Okay, so let's practice some of these sentences that use control area. Repeat after me. Quick souk in trail. Quick souk in trail. Quick second trail a condom. Neocon tile hack Jurgen Toyo. Fantastic job. Let's through the final practice. Okay, So as always, we're going to practice the mini dialogue twice. But just to remind ourselves of the language going to practice, let's listen to that dialogue again, or D s had a Iot Tonin Bob boys had ill Tonin economies. Had a Iot quick souk in trail. Odious. Had I o I told him about boys had ill China Economist Araya Quick second Toyo. Okay, so the first practice is with me now again and you say the second line and the second practice is with me and you say the first and the third line. And, as always, fill in the blanks with appropriate expressions to complete. The sentence is if you really let's start odious. Had IR Children. Condom is that I, Tony and Bob boys at all whom they can tire odious, had IR Children. Condom is that I, Tony and Bob boys at all whom they can tire. In today's lesson, we learn useful language to talk about where we live. The next lesson is a review lesson, and we're going to review how to greet friends and how to talk about where we live, which you learned in this lesson. So I'll see you soon again in the next lesson. But why? 17. How to talk about where I live (Speaking Drill): The audience has a. O, it has a map. Q. Q. Q. Quick. Quick. Tell them. 18. Review Lesson: Hi there. And welcome to the review lesson. Now, in this review lesson, we're going to review how to greet friends and how to talk about where we live. And we'll do that by practicing the same dialogue three times. The first practice is a listening repeat practice with Meena and your practice using casual language to make it seem like you're talking to a friend. So if you're ready, let's begin with the first practice. Would and Monye Toddy, sista all come No. Does Harry Sessa Dad would hardly Sosa Sunday. Dodea. Sarah nine in condom is had. Ah, no. Then Dannon Bop Wayzata whom they couldn't I? That was great. Well done. Now the second practice is a gap. Feel practice and you have to complete the sentence is using appropriate expressions. This practice is with me and you're going to speak first. So if you're ready, let's do the second practice. Wouldn't Monye tidy sista all come? No. Does Harry Sessa Dad would hardly Sosa, Hyundai Dodea. Sarah Dannon condom. Is that? Uh no. Then Dannon bop Wayzata, whom they couldn't I Okay, you're doing really well now. This is the final practice. The third practice and This is also a gap feel practice. But the blanks are now much bigger. This practice is with Meena, and again you're going to speak first. So if you're ready, let's begin the final practice. Or in Manya. Charissa Sosa. All could all though totally. Sessa Data Charissa Sosa from the door? Yes. Hannah Dannon, Bapu, Hazara. Don't. Then nine and condom is had a quick second toy. Fantastic effort World on. I think you're ready to greet friends in Korea. Now, In the next lesson, we're going to learn useful language we can use to talk about our jobs. So I'll see you soon again in that lesson, But why? 19. How to talk about jobs: Hello there and welcome back now. Another really common topic of conversation is people's jobs. So in today's listen, we're going to learn how to ask what people do for living and also how to say what we do for living. So let's first listen to a dialogue between Meena and myself as we talk about our jobs. Bruce, Unneeded has hail Tonin energy. A saw video being a senior tonin hunting Niemi ale, loosened needed has hail China energy tone in hunting the meal. First, to ask what the other person's job is. We can ask booze. Anita has hail Susan Miller has air bosom means what and either is made up off it, which means work or job and the object particle. Now the word. It can have various meanings, such as task and work, but it can also be used to mean job in Korean. There is another word for job, which is check up, but we rarely use this word to ask what people do for living. It's similar to English, where it's more common to ask, What do you do than to ask What's your job? Finally, we have the verb has a ER, which is a very polite form of the verb had that which means to do. But if you just want to be polite, then we can use the polite form, which is hail. For example, if an older cousin has recently changed jobs and you're close to the older cousin, then you can just ask was a little here was indeed a hail. But if you've only just met someone and you want to ask what their jobs are, then it's more appropriate to ask. Wasn't nearly as they are boozing? Nero has hail. Okay, so let's practice asking. This question will begin with a polite full and then we'll practice the very polite, full booze. Anita. Hail booze, Anita. Hail! I was in need of hair. Bruce. Unneeded has hail Bruce. Unneeded has hail. That was great. Now there are two different ways to say what we do for living. First, we can say where we work, as in the company we work for, Like this Tonin 80 Souto John in eight years idea. First we say thonon, which means I And then we say the name of the company we work for and it's used with a particle s up to say what we do there. And finally we have the verb PDO, which is the polite form off the verb Gerada, which means to work. Now if you've taken one of our other courses, you may have learned that many Korean verbs are formed by combining a noun, and the verb had a which means to do. And this folk Gerada is one of those examples. It, as we learned earlier, has various meanings, such as task work or job, and when it's combined with a verb, had a which means to do it becomes to work. Let's listen to a few other examples. Tonin, Samsung, Souto I work at Samsung Tonin Samsung. Yes. Are you there till then? Crew Good Souto. I work at Google. John in Cougar. There's are you there? Ok, so I think you know the structure and the meaning wells or less to a listening repeat practice off saying where we work. Tonin energy Eso video, tonin energy, eso video China and energy. Souto Tonin crew could easily detail great job Well done. Now, instead of saying where we work, we can just simply say what our job is like. This Tonin sons enemy air. I'm a teacher and then something in the air. So we begin with China, which means I and then we say the name of our job, which in this case is hunting in teacher. And then we use the polite form of the Korean be verb Peter. But remember that if the job title ends with a patch in like something in, then we use E a R. If it doesn't, then we use you. Let's listen to a few other examples. Tonin Kano's IR I'm a nurse, Tonin Kano's Io turn in your desire. I'm a chef, China and your desire. So as you can see, both of these job titles don't end with a patch in. So we use Yale. Also, many jobs that require specialised skill and ins have, such as Cannata and your visa. But we also have cojones, huh? Which means pilot, these are which means Doctor and Palin oughta. Which means lawyer. Okay, so let's practice this way off saying what our job is. Tonin hunting Niemi ale, Tonin hunting Niemi ale. I told them something. The meal Children. Cardinals. Hyah! Great job. Let's through the final practice. Okay, so, as always, we're going to practice the mini dialogue twice. But before we get into that practice, let's listen to that dialogue one more time. Boose, Unneeded has hail Tonin Energy. A saw video being a senior tonin hunting Niemi ale loosen needed has hail China and energy Souto Tonin something. The meal. Okay, So the first practice is with Meena and you say the second line and the second practice is with me and you say the first in the third line. And as always, this is an independent practice, so you have to fill in the blanks with appropriate expressions. So if you're ready, let's begin. Booze and needed has hail China and energies. Adel Benna Senio I told them something email, booze and needed has hail Tonin. Energy is a detail, Venus senior. I told them something email In today's I sent, we learned how to ask what people do for living and how to talk about our own jobs. In the next lesson, we're going to learn how to say goodbye in Korea. So it's Houston again in that listen, but why 20. How to talk about jobs (Speaking Drill): Goossen Eded ha! Sale booze and needed Aha! Sale! Bruce Unneeded has hail booze and neither has Hail Bruce. Unneeded has Hail John in a g s r e t a o John in a ds r e t a o tone in eight years. Are you Dale toning Kukura Jarrell. And then this happens on your show. You They are telling them that put his idea. Hey, guess, huh? Car Nosa sons and name Pell Nosa. Here is how one Tallinn in Cardinals High, you tonin Cardinals Heil Tony in Kano. Zale tone in the way. I guess I l tone and sons Enemy air Tonin, Who has our on the air? 21. How to say goodbye: Hello there and welcome back. Now the simple way of saying goodbye in Korean is to say and young. But most adults don't use this phrase. So saying goodbye in Korea isn't as straightforward as it is in other languages. Ah, lot depends on where you and the other person are and where you're going to after saying goodbye. So in today's lesson, we're going to learn three different ways to say goodbye in Korea. In the following dialogue, I am at my home and benign. I are saying goodbye to each other. Let's listen and young Ikea sale there and young he Casale and you know he gets hail there and young gazelle. Okay, so the language used between myself and beena or quite similar, but also the same time quite different. First mean, I said. And young, you get sale on young Ikea sale. The word and young is an adverb, and it means to do something comfortably. The word and young is a noun, and it means comfort and peace, and when you attach the word he to Anya, it becomes an adverb. After that, we have the verb Casio, which is made from the verb Kishida meaning to stay, and we learned this verb before and it's an honorific form off the verb it that so on. Young UK CEO means Please stay comfortable and we use this expression to say goodbye when we're leaving someone's home or when we're leaving someone's workplace and the other person is staying at that place. One other point to note regarding pronunciation is that in the final syllable that here it sounded very lightly. So it's not an young he, but an young and young. So when you do the speaking practice, please listen carefully again. Also, if we're saying goodbye to a friend or someone younger than us, then we can use the less formal form off, casita it there and say Talisa Charlie saw. And as we learned before, the word talent is an adverb that means well, and this phrase kind of means please stay well, so this is a more casual way off saying on young any Casale. Okay, so let's practice this way of saying goodbye. Repeat after me. Todd is so toddy. So sadly so and young Ikea sale and young Ikea sale. I know he gave sale great after that to say goodbye to Meena. Who's leaving my home? I said on young a Casio and young has a Oh, here. The verb Casio is made from the verb cada, which means to go. So this phrase and younger Casale kind of means please go comfortably Please go safely. We can also change on young me to tuition me which means carefully and say to wish me Gaza please go carefully to wish me got Seo So in Korean to say goodbye to someone leaving a place we can use the verb cada which means to go to wish them a safe journey to wherever they're going. Also, to say goodbye to friends In this way, we can simply say tired guy Terry guy and this phrase means have a safe journey or go safely. Okay, So let's practice saying goodbye in this way. Repeat after me. Thai guy, Thai guy and young, he Casale and young he Casale and young Casa to see me guy sale to see me guy sale. That was great wot done. Now we look at one more way of saying goodbye in Korean. Now when we're saying goodbye to someone and we know for sure that they're going home afterwards and we can say to wishing me to dog as they are to wish me to know about sale. Joe Garcia is made from the verb to Golgotha, which means toe enter or go in. So when we're saying goodbye and we know for sure that they're going home, we can say to wishing me to the grassy hill to mean please go home safely, have a safe journey home. We can also just say to dog a sale to say goodbye and we can also say, and young et locascio though this expression is noticed common as to shimmy down Ocasio. And if we're talking to friends or people who are younger than us, then we can simply say tired little guy, tired little guy. Okay, so let's do a speaking practice off these expressions. Repeat after me tided old guy tided old guy to dog. I say ah to dog. I say, ah to don't I say Oh two Estimated All that sale two estimated all that sale and you need to know God say ah on your heated Agassa. Great job! Whoa! Don, Let's move on to the final practice in this final practice, we're going to practice two different dialogues. The 1st 1 is one that we listen to earlier in the lesson. The 2nd 1 is a new one with first going to listen to the dialogue that we listen to earlier , again and young Ikea sale there and young he Casale and you know you get sale their annual Okay, so we're going to practice this dialogue twice And both practices will be with Meena in the first practice, Meena will speak first and in the second practice you will speak first. Remember that this is an independent speaking practice. So there will be blanks and you have to complete the sentence is using appropriate expressions. If you're ready, let's begin. I know he gave sale their annual he has Ah, a new because they are They are new. You guys ale! That was great. Well done in the next Diallo. We're going to practice using two dog assail now to people in the conversation are both leaving and they're both going home. So let's first listen to the dialogue to wish she me to do all guys Hail key ones Ido $2 sale to see meted of us a, uh que en sido total has sale. Okay, so same as before. We're going to practice this dialogue twice, and both practices this time will be with me in the first practice. I will speak first, and in the second practice, you will speak first. So let's begin to see Meter of a CIA que en sido total has sale to assume he did all that sale the national daughter of a say, uh, in today's lesson, we learned three different ways to say goodbye in Korean. Now the next lesson is a review lesson, and we're going to review the language. Learned to talk about our jobs and the three different ways to say goodbye from this lesson . So all season again in that lesson. But why? 22. How to say goodbye (Speaking Drill): child is so sadly so sadly so. And young He k Zale and younger gays ale. I know he gives they'll a new because there tag, uh, Thai guy Tired of God, Thai guy on young me Karsay, Your on young me car sale a new car sale a new car sale toes him he cause hail Too easy. Mi casa to see me guys sale to see me guys Sale Tired to dog I title guy title guy to Dakar sale to Don't I say, uh, to don't I say, uh, too easy? Me did all that sale too easy. Me did all that sale and you know he did all that sale. I know he did all that sale. 23. Review Lesson: Hello there and welcome to the review lesson. Now, in this review lesson, we're going to review the language, learned to talk about jobs and the different ways to say goodbye in Korean. There will also face a new vocabulary toe. Help the conversation flow and we will highlight these in the dialogue. The first practice is with Meena and Meena will speak first. So if you're ready, let's begin. Que en Seibu's unneeded has hail Toninho Tellez idea, Minha Sena told in Kano. Zale Post. So your dozy nail tone into Beck High ideo choosing you guys say I mean, I see. I know he gives hail. Great job, Well done. Let's practice that dialogue one more time. But this time the sentences will have blanks and you have to complete the sentences with appropriate expressions to fill in the blanks. This practice is with me and you're going to speak first. So if you're ready, let's begin que en. Seibu's unneeded has hail Toninho terrazzo area, Minha Sena told in Kano. Zale Post. So your dozy nail tone into Beck. Hyah! Dale choosing you guys say, I mean, I see, and you know he gives hail great effort world on. Now let's practice that one more time. And this time the blanks will be a little bigger, meaning that the practice will be a little trickier. The final practice is with Meena, and this time you're going to speak first again. Let's begin minutes She was in the area, has hail, told in candles, ale que ens in the Neil Toninho Tellez Idea post. So your dirty nail, Tonin, she big high idea to see me. I say O que and see and young you get Ah, fantastic job. Well done. Now we're going to move on. And in the next lesson, we're going to focus on learning how to talk about phone numbers in Korea. So Susan again in that listen, but why? 24. How to talk about phone number: Hi there. Welcome back. Now, in this lesson, we're going to learn how to talk about phone numbers in Korean. The key to saying phone numbers is all about being able to use Sino Korean numbers well, but as well as number words, we're also going to learn useful language related to talking about phone numbers. Let's first listen to a dialogue between myself and Meena as we asked for each other's phone numbers. China Bono guy or rocket Air tape, All known, then American realism or you till pal Yale Key Wannsee Porn Odo Our yard sale chair Paul known in communal gone Sam Yuks have pyre cruel tt a l trainable. No guy took it there. Table known in cool year ago. Inlay Semenza or ejected Party L Q and simple. No dough, I know to sail Tape. Conan Kun, you're gone. Some nukes up. I crawled video first to ask for someone's phone number. We can say John Aboulnaga or talk it ail thanaporn or guy. Our docket. Air China means phone and panel means number. So together China apono means phone number and to ask for someone's phone number Politely, we can use this structure which we learned earlier or talk a tale. It's a pretty simple question. So let's do a listening repeat practice off asking this question. Thanaporn. No guy or Rocket Air Thanaporn. No guy or rocket air. Tell Nobunaga or Tokyo trainable. No guy took it there. Next to say our phone number is this, we can say Kapono. None. Call me Gone Italy's Would you chill patio tape on and then call me ago, Italy would you to party here? First we have chair Ponant, and this translates to my number and in Korean to form possessive adjectives. And these are words like my your and his. We attached the possessive particle Lee to pronounce. So with pronouns like that and char, which means I we can say Diet Toyota to mean my And although the value is pronounced as three, when is used in the first syllable of a word when it's used as a possessive particle is usually pronounced as air. So it's not nightly, it's not air, and it's not Charlie, but you are also in everyday speech is more common to use the contracted forms, so Nyah becomes there and Toya becomes. After saying troponin, we used signer. Korean numbers to say our phone numbers. So let's first to a listening repeat practice off Sino Korean numbers from 0 to 9. Coleman here E Sam. So oh, you to pyre cool coun here, e sam. So a lot. You, you partner. Cool. That's great. Well done. Now let's listen to few other example sentences Tape on and then call me going. Is that you? Reprint some city area My phone numbers. 01024671837 Kapono known Calm, You're gone. He's Are you part of some city air tape on? And Junior Gong was out Sangria my phone numbers 0105457 to 839 Tape on and come year ago was out. He pies sangria again. Another tricky aspect of saying our phone numbers is depending on whether the number word ends with Apache or not. We would use Yale or Yale for numbers. 13678 We would use E ao and phone numbers. 245 and nine. We would use Yale. Okay, so let's do a listen. Repeat practice off saying our phone numbers table known in communicable, easily is some pretty video table known in communicable. Easily is some pretty video chaperone, and community was out sangria chaperone and community was out sangria. That was great. Well done. Now let's look at one other useful expression. When Meena asked me for my phone number, she said this He wants cheap on Odo. I heard you say, Oh, key one CPA Ronaldo. I love to sail first Meaner addresses me by saying que on she which is a polite way of addressing someone. And then she said, Panel door. And we learned this particle tour, which means to and also so this phrase key want cheap on Odo simply means your number two. And lastly, we have idea, Jo Seo, which means please let me know. So this sentence key one sheep on Odo Island you sail simply means please let me know your phone. Number two, I urge. A sale is made from the verb a leader and the verb ending to that. And we can attach our to that or alter that verb stems to make polite requests to other people. For example, if I say hedges hail, it means please do something. And if I say casual sale. It means please go. So I let you sail, means please let me know. Now there are various rules on how you can attach either arch of that or alter that verb stems and you can find the full grammar reference. She on this in the resource of section. Now, let's do a listener. Repeat, practice off asking, please let me know your phone. Number two in Korea. Repeat after me. Kunc pone Odo Riojas. Hail Kunc pone odo area jail que en people know do audio do sale Municipal No dough. I just They are great job today. Well done. Let's do the final practice. Okay, So before we get into practice in the mini dialogue, twice less First, listen to that dialogue one more time, Thanaporn No guy or rocket air tape. All known in American realism Or you till pal Yale Key Wannsee Porn. Odo Leo. Jail tape on on. Then call me gone, Sam. Nukes have pyre. Cruel tl China will No guy took it there. Table known in cool year ago Italy Semenza elected party l Q principle No dough I dough to sail tailbone and communal gone some nukes up. I grow Cheerio. Okay, so in today's final practice, you're going to do the first practice with me and you say the second line and the second practice is with Meena and you say the first and the third line. So if you're ready, let's get started. Trainable. No guy took it there. Table known in cool year ago in early Semenza or ejected party ale Que en simple No. Do I know to sail tape all known in communal gone, some nukes up I grow Cheerio trainable. No guy took it there. Table known in cool year ago. Inlay, Semenza or ejected party L Q and simple. No, though I know to sail Tape Conan kun, you're gone Some nukes up. I crawled. Cheerio. In today's lesson, we learned how to talk about our phone numbers in Korea in the next lesson that we're going to move on to the topic off birthdays. So Susan again, in that lesson, But why 25. How to talk about phone number (Speaking Drill): Okay, E m, Cool. Oh, no. Polynomial, KYC, polynomial, polynomial q i is a polynomial. 26. How to talk about birthdays: Hello there. And welcome back in today's lesson. We're going to learn how to ask when people's birthdays are how to say when our birthday is and finally, how to say Happy birthday in Korea. Let's first listen to a dialogue between myself and meaner as we talk about being as birthday sanity on jail. Tae's hang it in paddle, weedy ale, sanity or nerdy nail saying you chuka here sanity on jail. Tasing it in peddled, weedy l sanity. Only nail singer Chikayo first to ask when someone's birthday is we can say sanity on jail . Sanity on jail sang. It means birthday, and it's used with the subject. Particle E. On Jack means when, and Yayo is a polite form off the PVA eater. It's a pretty simple question, so there's not much else to explain. So let's do a listening repeat practice off asking when someone's birthdays, sanity on jail, sanity on jail, Samud on jail, say a diode in jail. That was great. Swell, done. Now, then, to say when our birthday is, we can say chairs hanging in Parrado, weedy air chairs hanging it in powdered, a weedy air. First we have chairs hanging in and this means my birthday. And we learned this possessive adjective chair in the previous listen. And it means my then to say our birthdays, we use one, which means month. And it which means day with Sino Korean numbers to indicate the month and the day. So powdered oil is August the fifth. And who are she? Boyle is September the 15th and finally we have eau, which is the polite form of the beaver, either. Let's listen to a few other example sentences. Chaisang You. Then quality CBD area. My birthday's on September 20th. Chase hanging in quality CBD air chairs hanging in. Some are CBD ale. My birthday's on March 2 12 Case. Hang it in a marshy BDO. Okay, so that's how we say when our birthdays. Let's do a listener. Repeat, practice off some of these sentences. Repeat after me. Tae's hanging in paddle away D ale Tae's hanginin paddle Weighty ale. Tasing it in pedal, weedy L Tess hanging in quarterly CBT Yale. That was great. Well done. Now, after hearing when minutes birthday is, I said, sanity or nudie nail sanity. Ornately nail. First we have sanity, which means birthday, and then we have this word order and or then it means today to say yesterday you can say object and to say tomorrow you can say they. And lastly, we have the verb email variation off the verb Yale, the polite form of the B verb. Either we can change air to there when we want to express our opinion on something or when we want to express a surprise at finding out something. And in this dialogue I'm expressing my surprise because I've just found out that means birthdays today. So this sentence is kind of like saying, Oh wow, it's your birthday today. Let's practice saying Oh wow, it's your birthday today. Repeat after me Sanity or nerdy nail sang ut ornately nail sanity or knitting. They are Sadio Unity nail. That was great. Well done. The final expression that we're going to cover is Happy birthday in Korea, and this is saying it's OK saying it's OK. Oh, saying it means Birthday and Chuka Hale is the polite form of the verb Takada, which means to congratulate so Sangin Takada, saying it's OK, Oh means Happy Birthday and although in writing is written as took ha ha dah this Cheok button combines with a here constant in the following syllable to become a aspirated cheick sound. So it's said like Chuka harder Okada. Okay, so let's do a listening repeat practice off saying Happy birthday in Korea saying You chuka here saying You chuka here saying It's OK Oh, saying you to Ko Great job. Well done. Let's do the final practice. Okay, so by now I think you know the drill. We're going to practice the mini dialogue twice, But before we get into the practice, let's listen to the dialogue one more time. Sanity on jail Tae's Hang it in paddle, weedy ale, sanity Ornately nail saying you chuka here sanity on jail. Tasing it in peddled, weedy l sanity only nail singer Chikayo Okay, so the first practice is with me and you're going to say the second line. The second practice is with Meena and you say the first and the third line and as always, they will be blanks for you to fill in with the expressions we've learned in this lesson. So if you're ready, let's begin sanity on jail. Tasing it in peddled weedy l sanity only nail singer Chikayo sanity on jail tasting it in peddled, weedy l sanity only nail singer Chikayo. Great job today. Well done. Now, in today's lesson, we learn useful language related to talking about our birthdays, and we also learn how to say Happy Birthday in Korean. The next lesson is a review lesson, and we're going to review how to talk about phone numbers and how to talk about birthdays, which we learned in this lesson. So I'll see you soon again in that region. Listen, but why? 27. How to talk about birthdays (Speaking Drill): sang et on jail sang ut on j R Sanity on jail Sanity on jail saying any on Dale Tous hanging in pad Oh, we're Yayo Chase hanging in power Weedy ao chasing you then Parrado e t a o chasing it in Parrado e t a o Testing it into Tory society. You chasing it in Cooley CBD area tasing in ur c boy here sang ET or nerdy nail sanity or nerdy nail sanity or knitting? They are Sadio unity, nail sanity or knitting. They are Sangin to car. Hail sang It took a hail Say you to Ko Sanger Chikayo say you to Ko. 28. Review Lesson: Hi there, and welcome to the review lesson. Now, in this review lesson, we're going to review how to talk about our phone numbers and how to talk about our birthday. First, we're going to do a listener repeat practice off a dialogue with Meena. I mean, I will speak first. So if you're ready, let's get started. Q. I said Hana Bono goat. Okay, Dale. Tape on Ronan commerical ISMs. How you kill Paraguay, Venus. People. No dough. I just hair the table. No. Then come, you're going Coupal Tell you who's Azemi ale? Que rises hanging on Dale Taste hanging in or CBD ale saying it. Unity, nail Say you too pale. That was great. Well done. Now let's practice that same dialogue again. But this time they will be blank for you to fill in with appropriate expressions. The second practice is with me, and you're going to speak first. So if you're ready, let's begin. Q. I see it so noble. No goat. Okay. Dale Kapono Non communicable ISMs. How Chile, Paraguay, Venus, People. No dough. I You're just there The table? No. Then come. You're going Cupid. Tell you who's Azemi ale? Que rises hanging beyond jail. Taste hanging in or CBD ale saying it. Unity, Nail say it's a pale. Okay, so you doing really well So far? Now, this is the final practice, and this time the planks will be a little bigger than before. The final practice is with media, and again, you're going to speak first. So if you're ready, let's begin. I mean, I see. So Nobunaga Lattakia table known in American Cooper Q. I suppose no diarrhea to sail the table known incommunicado. Sam's how you kill Paige Rare. Be nice. She's hanging on jail, testing it into Tory society. You saying it? The only thing they are saying it's OK. Oh, great job today. Well done now. So far, we've covered a lot of language you can use to ask people for personal details. Over the next few lessons, we're going to look at the language you can use to talk about things we like and things we don't like, So I'll see you soon again in those lessons. But by 29. How to talk about food you like: hi there. And welcome back. Now, talking about what we like and don't like is one of the most common expressions we use in any language. So in today's lesson, we're first going to look at how we can talk about things we'd like in Korea. And the topic of the dialogue is food. Let's first listen to a dialogue between myself and Meena as we talk about food we like are done amiss. Iger toe Hail Tonin Bail names eager to a Hail Tyne tail Chado bone the Michigan on tongue to our hail Autonomous Agree to our hair Tony M. Bona Miss Egreteau A hail since they are taught. Obey onem Cigarette. I'm talking to our hair first, to ask what kind of food the other person likes. We can ask our columns. Egreteau hair What Dunham's egreteau Hail. What done means what kind off. So when we want to ask what kind of something the other person likes, we can use what done and then a noun toe. Ask what kind of something the other person likes here. The now needs music, which means food, and the verb is to Ohio, which is made from two WADA meaning to like and it said with a rising tone at the end, because this is a question. So it's to a hail to a hail. Let's listen to a few other examples while Tonya water tow a hair. What kind of movie do you like? Well done, young waters who are here on the only mother to our hail. What kind of music do you like? What? Don't you? My goto here. Okay, so let's do a listening repeat practice of asking. What kind of food do you like are done amiss? Iger toe Hail, cotton. I'm Sigur Toe Hail. Autonomous cigarette to our hair Author. Onion water, Tow a hail. That was great. Well done. Now, to answer this question, we basically use the same structure as the question. But as always, we say with a falling tone at the end like this, it's on in Belgium's ago toe. Why here? So and then Bail names, egreteau hair. So as you can see, we use the same structures, the question, But we replace what done with an adjective to describe the now music and that objective. Here is bone, which means spicy. Let's look a few other example sentences that use other adjectives to describe John in town . And you should go to our hair. I like salty food. Tonin, tan and sugar to our hair. Till then, pound them to go to war. Hail, I like sweet food. Tonin pan. Lindsay Goto our hair. Tonin Synonyms. Egreteau a hail. I like sour food. Tonin. Seeing them is egreteau hair. Okay, so let's do a speaking practice off these sentences. Repeat after me. Tonin bail names. Eager to a hail Tonin. Bail names eager to a hail Tony M bona Miss Egreteau, a hail Tonin tandems eager to our hair. That was great. Well done. Now in the final line, I began by saying, Tyndale, Tyndale, the world Chincha means really and just like the way we use really in English to show an interest or surprise at what someone has said. We used to enter in the same way in Korea. And as you can see here, we added your at the end of winter to make this statement more polite. Let's do a speaking practice off saying Tyne tail repeat after me, Tyne Tail Tyne tail in jail Tyndale afterwards To say that I also like spicy food. I said Child or Belgium Single I'm talking to are here, child or build them secret. I'm talking to our hair now to say that I also likes spicy food. I use the part school tour with char, and then we have this word I'm tongue on. Tongue is similar to very much or extremely, and it's usually positioned in front of the verb it modifies. Let's listen to a few other example sentences that use this word Todd or San Imsi. Good. I'm trying to Ah, hell, I really like salty food, too. It's hard or challenging. Good. I'm talking to Are here, Todd or time secret? I'm talking to our hair. I really like sweet food too. Chado time Secret on tongue. So I hear. Okay, so let's practice saying these sentences that use on tongue Repeat after me, Todd or Bone, The missing girl I'm tongue to our hair, Todd or bone. The missing girl. I'm tongue to our hair toddle bone them cigarette. I'm talking to our hair. Told Autonomous he got home time to a hail. That was great. Well done. Let's do the final practice. Okay, so as always, we're going to practice the mini dialogue twice. But before we get into that, let's remind ourselves of the language we're going to practice are done amiss. Iger toe Hail Tonin Bail names Eager to a Hail Tyne tail Chado Bonomi Sigel on tongue to our hail Autonomous Agree to our hair Tony M Bona Miss Egreteau A hail since they are told Obey onem Cigarette. I'm talking to our hair. Okay, so today the first practice is going to be with me. And you're going to say the second line in the second practice is with Mina and you say the first and the third line. So if you're ready, let's begin autonomous Agree to our hair, Tony, I'm bailing them Cigarette toe A hail since they are taught Obey onem Cigarette. I'm talking to our hair. Autonomous Agree to our hair. Tony M bona Miss Egreteau A hail since they are taught Obey onem Cigarette. I'm talking to our hair. Today we learned how to ask what kind of food someone likes. And we also learned to say what kind of food we like. And then we also learned to use the word on tongue in Korean. In the next lesson we're going to learn how to talk about things we don't like, so I'll see you soon again in that lesson, but why? 30. How to talk about food you like (Speaking Drill): out on him, Sigur to Ah hey oh Autonomy musical to our hail Autonomous Agree to our hair Autonomous Agree to our hair Author Onion water tow Hail Author New Margarito Hair Tonin Baylin um sickle to ah hail Tonin Bona musical to ah, Hail told them, bailing them cigarette to a hail I told them bailing them cigarette to a hail John in tandem cigarette to ah hell tone in tandem signal to our hair Tyne Tile Team Cheil Tim Tail Tyndale Chado Bone Musical arm Tongue to our hair Chato Bailing them. Sigel on Chung to our hair total bone them cigarette on tongue to our hair. Told Autonomous he got home in time to a Hail Tim tail total bone them cigarette on Tung Chee Wah hair Gentile told Autonomous he got home time to a hail 31. How to talk about food you don't like: Hello there and welcome back now. Following on from the previous lesson where we learn to talk about things we like in this lesson, we're going to learn how to talk about things we don't like. Let's first listen to a dialogue between myself and beena as Meena talks about food, she doesn't like the bookie to our hair. Tonin, Doc, bookie and do a hail Sinden in there. Tonin. It's and they settle. Hail Doc bookie to are here Tonin Kabuki and do a you since then and out there Tony's and a CDO hail first to ask if someone like something we can say Doc, Bookie toe a hair doc Bookie toe here Now, Firstly, if you didn't know already, that book is one of the most popular foods in Korea, and you can find many street food stores selling duck bookie in Korea and to ask whether someone like something we can first say the now and we want to ask about and then say to our hail with a rising tone at the end. So it's to our hail to our hail. And as we learned in the previous lesson to Ohio is the polite form off WADA, which means toe like now, because Doc book is the objects off the verb. In this question. You can ask this question with the object particle Lou and say DNR toe hair dark popular to our hair. But it's more common in every day speech to ask this question without the object particle. Let's listen to a few other example Questions keep up to our hair. Do you like in? But Kim bump to our hair hooked up to our hair. Do you like Who? Tuck? Put that to our hair and again if you didn't know. Ready Kimbap and Hot Doc are very popular foods in creative. Let's do a speaking practice of asking these questions. Repeat after me the bookie to our hair, the bookie to our hair, Doc Bookie to are here, kimbap to a hail. That was excellent. Now to say that she doesn't like Doc Bookie Mina said John in talk bookie and joy, Hail Tonin, Doc bookie and your hair in Korean. There are two different ways to form negative statements, and one of them is to use on in front of Bob's, so to say that she doesn't like Doc Bookie Mina said Angela. Here and your hair and similar to the question. Because top okay is the object of the verb to our hair. You can use the object particle little and say, John in doc book you enjoy hell. But in everyday speech, it's more common to say this kind of statement without the object particle. Let's listen to a few other examples. Tonin Kim, Bob and Joe Hail. I don't like impact. Tonin Kim, Bob and Joe Hail Tonin. Hope talk. Enjoy. Hell, I don't like ho talk. Tonin ho. Talk. Enjoy hair. Okay, so let's go straight into a speaking practice. Repeat after me, Tonin Doc bookie and do a hail Tonin Doc bookie and do a hail Tonin kabuki. And do a you Toninho talk. Andrew Hale. That was great. Next I asked Meena, How about Cinda? And this in Korean is sin then and not they'll send then and not their audio comes from the verb oughta, which basically means to be how, and we can use a noun in front of what they'll to ask. How about something Also in this question, the use of men is really important because it helps the list a similar question. Toe one previously asked. Which waas do you like, Doc Bookie? Now, if we hadn't asked the first question and we simply wanted to ask what the other person thinks off soon there. Then we can omit Nin and ask Send out there, send out there. But since I don't really ask Meena if she like stock bookie, I need to ask this question with the particle known to show that this is a follow up question. Okay, so let's listen to a few other examples that use audio. Kim Barber. Not there. How about combat King Babur? Not there. Ho Duggar. Not there. How about Hot Doc Hotel? They're not there. Okay, so it's a pretty simple question. Let's do a listener. Repeat, practice. Sinden in there. Sinden in out there. Cindana, Not there. Kim Babineaux Tail. Okay. So finally, Mina said she hates in there. And in Korean, this is John in Sunday s you know Hale Shonen Sunday sido hail. She know Hale is the polite form of the verb shihadeh, which means to hate. And just like the English verb hate Shihadeh expresses a strong dislike for something. Let's look a few other example. Sentences that use shadow here. Tonin, kimbap, Shadow, Hail, I Hate kimbap. Tonin, Kimbap, Shadow Hail tonin Ho Tuxedo, Hail I hate hot duck, Tonin Ho tuxedo. Here on a side note. I'm a huge fan of kimbap and particularly Hot Doc, because I like tango music. But these are just example sentences. Let's do a listener. Repeat speaking. Practice off using shadow. Hail, Tonin. It's and they settle. Hail, Tonin, it's and they see it all. Hail Tony's and a Seattle Hail John and Hope Tuxedo hair. Fantastic effort. Today, let's move on to the final practice. As always, we're going to practice the mini dialogue twice. But before we get into the practice, let's listen to that dialogue one more time. The bookie to our hair, Tonin the bookie and do a hail Sinden in out there. Tonin. It's and they settle. Hail Doc, Bookie to are here tone in the book and do a you and then and out there Tony's and a sido hail. Okay, so the first practice is with me, and you say the second and the fourth line. And the second practice is with Meena and you say the first and the third line. This is an independent practice, so they will be blanks, which you have to fill in with expressions from Chile's Listen. So if you're ready, I speak it Doc bookie to are here Tonin, Kabuki and do a you It's and then and out there Tony's and a seat. All Hail Doc bookie to are here Tonin Kabuki and do a you since then and out there Tony's and a CDO hail. Today we learned to ask if someone like something And we also learned how to say we don't like something and how to say we hate something. In the next lesson, we're going to learn how to say something is okay and not bad. So I'll see you soon in that lesson, but why? 32. How to talk about food you don't like (Speaking Drill): the bookie to our Hail Doc Bookie to our hair, Doc! Bookie to are here kimbap to a hail Send their to our hair. Tonin Doc! Bookie on Drew A Hail John in dock. Bookie on dry hair China and duck Bookie Enjoy hell Tono Hotel and do a Hail John ensign there. Enjoy. Hail Tonin Kim Bab Angela. Hail Sinden in detail since then and or tail Cindana. Not there! Kim Babineaux Tail! Stop booking and not there. Tonin Sunday. Sit. All hail tone ins and they see it all. Hail, tone ins. And this, you know hell so know who talks it all. Hail John and Kim Popsicle Hail! 33. How to say thing are okay and not bad: Hi there. Welcome back. Now when we talk about things we like and don't like, we don't always just say I like it or I don't like it. We often say that something is okay or not bad. So in today's lesson, we're going to learn how to say something is okay and not bad in Korea. Let's first listen to a dialogue between myself and meaner as we talk about whether the restaurants food is good or bad. E. Sik Dang dang young Hotel Yogi Dingman, Quintana Ill bandana, Nya Mando that boozy and I'll he's attending. They're not there. You're getting Milken toenail bandon in your bundle, so that would be a nail first to ask how the restaurants food is. I asked you sick standing young or they'll e sick tending meal up. They'll the world e means this and Shipton means restaurant. So he shipped. Aunt means this restaurant. One important point to know about this word G is that this word E is never used alone. It's always followed by a noun such as shit. Then we have no onion, and onion is a cold new dish, which is popular in Korea and in an early lesson. We learned that we can attach the possessive particle three to pronounce to make those pronounce into possessive adjectives such as my your and his. But we can also attach the particle elite announce in general to make those now's into possessive. However, in everyday speech, it's common to omit three and still implies meaning. So in this sentence, it doesn't say shit dang air because it is emitted from the sentence. But we can still infer that this name Ian is the restaurants Dingman based on the context. Lastly, we have the verb or Dale, which we learn in an earlier lesson, and we use this verb in a question to ask what the other person thinks of something. Let's listen to few other example questions he sicked on. Kim Titty Gail Tail House This restaurants Kim Titicaca, you think tank entity out there, Tajik gang Pete out there. How's that Restaurants Pizza Tosic down Pete out there. In the second example, I used the word char, and chart means that so Cial logic. Dan means that restaurant and as a culture reference, if you didn't already. Kimchi toget is a suit based kimchi dish and again It's a very popular dish in Korea. Okay, so let's do a speaking practice of asking How's this or that? Restaurants? Food? E sik Dang dang young hotel e sick Don Damion hotel. He's extending. They're not there. Tosic thanking TL Dale. Okay, next to say that the name you on here is OK, Mina said Yogi Nanyan Qiang, China L Yogi Ning Yang Contain l Yogi means here and for future reference Cha gi means there. And Ken Chenault is the polite form off content tha which means to be okay or nice. And in this sentence we can change the name of the dish with other foods and say that food is OK. Let's listen to a few other example Sentences Targhee Kim teaching achin tornado came to together is okay there Jogi Kim Titty gay Cantona Yogi Pitak Interna Pizza is okay Here, Yogi Pitak Antenna! Okay, so let's do a listening repeat practice off saying these sentences. Yogi Dingman, Quintana. Ill Yogi Dingman Quintana Ill Your getting Milken. Turmail Jogi Kim Titty geek antenna. That was great. Now to ask how Mandu dumpling is at this restaurant. I asked bandana on you bandoneon. Yeah, so instead of using Mateo and asking Mandan and Mateo, we can use your at the end off Mandan in and asked the same question. There is no difference in meaning. But do you remember that you have to ask these questions with a rising tone at the end. Let's do a listener Repeat practice off asking Mandan in your bandana nya Mandan in your Kim tits again and yell Kim tits again. Anya, that was great. Well done now to finally say that the mandu is not bad at this restaurant, Mina said Mando that Bandidos apogee Anna. First we say bandido, which means mando, too. And then we have that booty and I, which means to be not bad, that Buddha means to be bad. So if I say abandon in that bio, it means mandu is bad. But we can make this into a negative structure by adding key Antah. So the negative form is that boogie anta, and in the sentence we have the polite form, which is not booty and I o Let's listen to a few other examples. Kim titty get old apogee and I are Kim. To trigger is not bad either. Kim titty get old apogee and I are pita dough that Guiana Pizza's not bad either. Pita dough that Woody and I are okay, so let's do a listening refute practice off using that Fuji and I mando that boozy and I'll mando that boozy are nail but to do that. But they are Nail Pete Shadow that he and I are great job today. Well done. Let's move on to the final practice, as always, will practice the mini dialogue twice. But before we get into the practice, let's listen to today's dialogue one more time. E. Sik Dang dang young Hotel Yogi Dingman, Quintana Ill bandana, Nya mando that boozy and I'll. He's attending men out there. Your getting Milken, Turmail, Bandon in your bundle So that would be a nail. Okay, so the first practice is going to be with me, and you're going to say the second and the fourth line in the second practice will be with Meena and you say the first and the third line. So if you're ready, let's get into the practice he's attending. They're not there. Your getting milk until nail bandon in your bundle. So that would be a nail. Is it standing there out there. Your getting Duncan, Turmail, Bandon in your bundle. Do that. But they are nail. Today we learned to say how something is okay and not bad, and the next lesson is a review lesson. So we're going to review everything we learn in the last two lessons and in today's lesson on how to talk about things we like and dislike and how to talk about things that are just okay and not bad. So I'll see you soon again in that review lesson, but by 34. How to say things are okay and not bad (Speaking Drill): e sick tongue Damion Ortel e sick Deng Deng Young ortel Music banging men out there Music tongue man dot There Tosic thanking Teagle Tail Tosic Thank Pete out there. Yogi The nun Quintana L Yogi Dingman Crittenton Ill Your getting Milken Toenail yo gp been bumpkin Tunnel Targhee Kim Titty geek Antenna Jogi Kim Back in China Bindoon Enya, Bindoon in Yeah, Mandan and yeah, Kim Tits again and yell Kimba Binya Mandu dough That party and I o Bandidos Deputy and I'll But to do that because, er nail p j adopted Jonah kimbap towed up Bohdan Ill PBM Pepto that Reggiana. 35. Review Lesson: Hello there and welcome to the review lesson. Now, in this review lesson, we're going to review the language. Learned to talk about things were like Don't like and also the language learns talk about things that are okay and not bad. So first we're going to do a listening repeat practice off the dialogue with Meena. Meena will speak first and you're going to speak second. So if you're ready, let's start the practice. Autonomous Egreteau Hail Thonon, bailing them sugar to ah hell entail total bail on a musical Long term toe. Hail duck bookie To are here tone in the book and do a hill. Kim Teagan Anya Tonin came to take a seat. Oil he's extending, you know, Not there. You're getting men and Clinton ale. Great job. Well done. Now this is the second practice, and this time the sentences will have blanks and you have to fill in the blanks with appropriate expressions. This practice is going to be with me, but this time you're going to speak first. So if you're ready, let's start the practice. Autonomous Egreteau hail Thonon, bailing them sugar to ah hell entail total bail on the musical Long term toe Hail Doc. Bookie too. I hear tone in the book and do a hill. Kim Teagan Anya telling them came to take a seat. Oil he's extending, you know. Not there, Yogi. They men end up. But Dad Nail! Okay, So you doing really well. Now, this is the final practice, and as always, the final practice will have war and bigger blanks. This time you're going to practice with Meena. But again, you're going to speak first. So if you're ready, let's do the final practice. What done him cigarette to our hair, Tom. Them bailing them cigarette while it's in jail. Todd Obey Onem single I'm talking to are here. Stop! Bookie toe. Hail Tonin. Doc! Bookie. Enjoy Hell. Kim tits again. And your Children. Kim. Teacher, I guess you know hell. Easy funding. 1,000,000 old Dale Yogi in England and cantonal great effort today. Well done. I think you're ready to talk about what food you like. Dislike what food you hate or what food. You think it's just okay and not bad with your Korean friends. In the next lesson, we're going to look at how you can talk about your family in Korean. So Susan, again, in that lesson, But by 36. How to talk about siblings: Hi there and welcome back. Now, another really common topic of conversation when people meet is to talk about whether they have brothers or sisters. So in today's lesson, we're going to learn how to ask whether people have siblings and how to talk about how many brothers and sisters we have. Let's first listen to a dialogue between myself and meaner as we talk about how many brothers and sisters we have. Hung Degas or tail. Cheonan do now Iran, Nam Dong, Zheng, Xiang Isiah, tony, decadal. Cheonan do not have many Dan, Dan Dong Zheng Messiah, Italian or first, to ask How many brothers and sisters I have, Mina asked young giga or docket air conjugate or docket area. In Korean, there are specific words for relationships between siblings. I relationship between two brothers is called Changjiang. Between two sisters is called charmer, and between a brother and a sister is called lambda. However, when we ask, Do you have any brothers or sisters, the use of kung jiao means siblings. So the common way of asking, do you have any brothers or sisters in Korea is to ask the kid AL, conjugate. And if we wanna make this question more polite, we can ask by saying or TSA, Oh, let's do a listener repeat practice of these questions. Hung Degas or tail or tail out decadal. How did our doc eodieseo oseul caja juseyo. That was great. Next to say, I have one older sister and one younger brother. I said Cheonan do not have many Ran Nan non-zero Messiah. Cheonan do not hang Iran, Nan Dong Zheng Hermione's CYA. Okay, so there are several elements to look at in this sentence. First, when referring to older brothers and older sisters, the noun you use depends on whether you're a man or a woman. For men, older brothers or cold, hung and older sisters are called donor. For women, older brothers or code or an older sisters are called Omni. All younger siblings are called Tong Zheng. But to refer to a younger brother, we use the word nam and say none Dong Zheng. And to refer to a younger sister, we use the word yard and say Yo Dong thing. Then we have this phrase hand neon, which means one person. In Korean to count people, we use native Korean numbers and the counter word Meng. So Hamilton means one person and two means two people. Next, we use this word Eden, which means and, and we use it to connect nouns. But there is one important rule to follow when using Elon. In this sentence we use Eden because the syllable before Young has Apache. But if the syllable before doesn't have a patch, him, we use lang. For example, I can say Cheonan or Baron Tong Zheng, Messiah. I have one older brother and one younger brother. And in this sentence we use Lang because the noun before or bar doesn't have a patch him at the end. Finally, similar to English to say, I have brothers and sisters. We use the verb eat that, which means to have, and the polite form of it that is SiO. Okay, so I think it's time to look at some example sentences. Cheonan or need to. Dong Zheng, Messiah. I have two older sisters and two younger sisters. Children are nice to meet you then go Dong Zheng, Messiah, Cheonan, Iran, Yo Dong things heavier, heavy, Young Messiah. I have one older brother and three younger sisters. Southern Hong, Dang, Zhong Zheng, Ge Hermione's CYA. Ok. Now let's do a listener repeat practice of saying How many brothers and sisters we have. Cheonan, young Iran. China and Iran. Children do not have Dong Zheng, Jiang, Jiang Isiah children do not have many Dan, Tony. That was great, well-done. Now, lastly to say that I have only one older brother. Mina said, children or children or young money, CYA. Now, everything looks the same in the sentence except for one element, and that's the use of the word man. The word man means only and just, and we can use it with nouns to say only that noun or just that. Now, let us look at some example sentences that use man, Cheonan Nam alongside humble many CYA. I only have one younger brother, Cheonan than Dong Zheng, Hamlin, Manasseh, Cheonan on New Hampshire. I only have one older sister. Cheonan on NIH, Ambien Manasseh. Okay, so let's do a listener repeat practice of the sentences that use man. Repeat after me. How many style? Great job, well done. Let's move on to the final practice. As always, we're going to practice their mini dialogue twice. But before we get into the practice, let's listen to the dialogue one more time. Hm. Degas or top-k. Cheonan. Dan, Dan Dong Zheng, Hermione's Saya. How many style? Helen Dave out decadal Cheonan do not. Tell me. No. Okay. So the first practice is with meaner and you say the second line and the second practice is going to be with me. And you say the first and the third line. So if you're ready, let's do the practice. Out decadal. Cheonan, do not. Tell me. Children do not have many Dan, Tony. In today's lesson, we learned how to ask how many brothers or sisters someone has, and how to talk about how many brothers and sisters we have. In the next lesson, we're going to learn how to talk about marriage, which again, is another common topic in Korea. So I'll see you soon again in the lesson. But why? 37. How to talk about siblings (Speaking Drill): young Dega or okay, Trail hell Indigo OK, to you can take out. Okay. Dale Hung Jago Locadia. Helen, take out. Okay. Dale Channon. Dune A ham. Young rang. John in. Do no harm. Young Iran. Tonin does not familiar Dam Dong saying ham. Young desire done. Dongxing Ham! Young ae Sire. I'm doing Sam Young Lisa Channon. Do know him. Yang Yang Myung tone and no need to Millie rang. Yo. Don't think too many soil, Tony. Unopened 1,000,000. Hang them. Don't think. Milli Sile. Tonin Dam Dong zing Ha Mehlman is so tonin them. Don't saying hm Roman is soil China. Namdang, Sandhamn, Young money, Sire Toninho behind No money. Soil Tonin on the handle. Money, soil. 38. How to talk about marriage: hello there and welcome to the lesson. Now is quite unusual to talk about marriage when you meet people for the first time, and this is no different in Korea. But once you get to know Korean people really well, marriage is one of the most popular topics of conversation. So in today's listen, we're going to look at the language we can use to talk about marriage. So let's first listen to a dialogue between myself and Meena as we talk about whether we're married or not. Key one C code on his soil. Nay, Channon Calderon has so being a senior tonin addict, Conan is soil que en c code illness style. Their Children killed on Hesse mean a senior Tony, an addict. Conan is soil. First. Meena asked me if I was married by asking key one she killed on SNL que en si cologne s idea in this intense Meena addresses me by saying key one she in. The important word here is Callen. Killed on is a noun that means marriage and the verb to marry is Katan. Hodder. In this question, we used the past and the polite form off cotton had a which is killed on his side. So this question kind of means. Did you marry or are you married? Let's first to a listening Repeat. Practice off. Asking this question key. One C code on his soil key one C code on his soil. Que en seek out on this soil. I mean, I see killed on his sire. That was great. Now to say that I am married, I said their china and called on sa ir. They're tonin and cattle. Hesse. 1st 2 respondents say yes. I said there and this is a polite way of saying yes in Korea. Then to say that I am married. I basically used the same structure as the question, but I say the statement with a falling tone at the end. So the question is killed on their sale and the statement is killed on S a r killed on Esa . Let's do a listening repeat practice off saying yes, I am married. Okay. Tallinn in. Calderon has Celia Hey Cian in. Calderon has so their challenge. Onasa they told him coat on this soil. Great job. Well done. Next, I asked the same question back to Bina by asking me National and you're what about You mean a bi national in your And Meena responded by saying she's not married yet and she said, Tony Magic killed in an ESA China and Magic killed in an ESA. Now, usually we can make verbs into negative forms by adding on in front of verbs. So the negative form off mock that which means to eat is unlocked there, and cada, which means to go, becomes Anggada. However, as we've explained in lessons before, many Korean verbs are formed by combining a noun and a verb had a which means to do, such as Qatar, nada and these verbs are made into negative forms by splitting the noun and had a and and adding on in the middle. So the negative form off Cardone had a is killed on a nada, and not and you're wrong. Hedda and Win John had a is when John A. Nada and Yuri had a is your another. And in the sentence we have the polite in the past form off Children, another which is called on the soil. And lastly, to say that I'm not married yet. We use this word magic, which can mean yet or still, And it's used in front of verbs to say. Not yet. So Magic Kahlon. An eso means not married yet. Let's practice saying I'm not married yet in Korea. Repeat after me, Tonin Addict Conan is soil tonin. Addict Conan is soil told an addict. Conan is soil Tonin. Aggie killed in an ESA. Excellent job. Well done. Let's do the final practice. Okay, so we're going to practice the mini dialogue twice. But before we get into that practice will listen to the dialogue again. Key one C code on his soil. Okay, John in Calderon has Celia being a senior tonin addict. Conan is soil que en c code illness style. Their Children killed on Hesse mean a senior Tony an addict. Conan is so okay. So the first practice is with Meena. And you say the second line in the second practice is with me, and you'll say the first and the third line. So if you're ready, let's begin. Que en c code illness style. Their Children killed on Hesse mean a senior Tony an addict. Conan is soil que en c code illness style. Their Children killed on Hesse mean a senior Tony an addict. Conan is so great job today. Well done. Now, in today's I sent, we learned how to ask whether someone is married, how to say that we are married and how to say that we're not married yet. In the next lesson, we're going to follow on from this topic of marriage and learn how to talk about how many Children we have. So, Susan again, in that lesson, but why? 39. How to talk about marriage (Speaking Drill): key one C code on his soil. Que handsy corona soil que en c code illness style minutes she killed on their side. Que en c code illness style. You know, she killed on their sire Day John in card on his sire. They're Chon in college on his SIA their town and killed on ESA. They told him kowtowing missile their town and killed on esa Thonon Addy Koran on its soil . Tonin adds a total non is oil told an addict Conan is soil china. An addict killed on an ESA told an addict Conan is soil. 40. How to talk about your children: Hello there and welcome to another lesson. Now, after finding out that someone is married, you may be interested in finding out whether they have kids or not. So in today's lesson, we're going to learn how to ask whether people have kids and how to say how many kids we have. Let's first listen to a dialogue between myself. Amina, as we talk about how many kids we have, I got the soil. They're Channon. Die to Myung is soil top 10 in yours Asadi go to Jenin Cesario, I got a soil The tone in tired from young s i r top 10 and you also study Go to tenants Hazari Ale first to ask whether I have kids meaner asked Hi guys SIA Are you guys SIA The word I can refer to people Children but he can also refer to Children in general. Now I e is the most common word we use. But if you want to be more respectful than you can use the word Tanya Antonya is a collective now that refers to both son and daughter. But we don't use tenure to refer to Children in general and lastly we have the subject Particle car here. The verb in this question is this soil, and this is a polite form of the verb it that which means tohave. So let's do a list and repeat practice off asking this question and we'll use I and Kanye Repeat after me. I got is So I got is so hi guys soil Tanya Guy soil Daniel guy. So that was great. Now, after that, I said, I have two daughters by saying their town and data to Myung is SIA, they told, Entitled from young Desire. The word tired means daughter and the word for sun is added and to say how many tires and other we have. We use native career numbers in the counter word Myung. Let's listen to a few other examples there. Tony and others him young. Yes, I have three sons. Their talent out there is him. Youngest sire, they told him, Young Iran other too young desire. Yes, I have one daughter and two sons, they told, and the other two young East. In this last sentence, we used Iran, which we learned in an earlier lesson, to say how many daughters and sons we have. Let's do a listening repeat practice off some of these sentences They're Channon down to Myung is soil. They're Channon tired to Myung is soil. Their Children died from young desire. They told another's Hamili soil. The tone in Tottenham young Iran added from young desire. The tone in Tottenham young Iran added from young desire. That was great. Well done. Not lastly, to say how old. My first and second told her. I said 10 and he also Sally, go to tenants. His area, touch energy. Also study. Go to tenants, his area. Okay, there are several very useful expressions to go over in the sentence. First, we have the word touch A which means first, and we use this word to refer to our first child. And then we have the word true jet, which means second, and we use this word to refer to a second child. These words are called or little numbers, and they are made by combining native Korean numbers and the world check. However, there is one exception, and this exception is right at the beginning because although the native Korean number word for one is Hannah to make first we use the word chut and Chuck has a very specific use, and it's used to make the world first in Korea. So to refer to the third and the fourth child, you can say it's Hector and net. And if you're brave enough to have more than four kids, you can say pasa check for the fifth child and your search for the six child. That's if you're brave enough. The other useful word in the sentence is cool and cool means, and however, Call and Lang Iran are actually very different lying. Anything I used to connect announced so we can say added it Hang time because other and they're announced. But cool cannot be used to connect. Now owns Core is used to connect closes, for example. In the sentence. The first clause is tucked in and your studio and the second closes to tenants has at Yale , and we can join these closes by using coal. And we do that by simply attaching core to the verb stem off the first clause and then attaching the second close to the first close so the full sentence becomes 10 and Jasso, Sally, go to tenants has area. Let's look at some example sentences tucked in and your study go to return and has a saadiya. My first child is 10 years old and my second child is five years old. Tucked in and your study Go to lieutenant has a saliyah tucked in and your legs had ego to 10. And you go study area. My first child is 14 years old. My second child is seven years old. 10 year old is how do you go to 10 and Eric upside here. Okay, great. Now let's do a listening Repeat, practice off these sentences. Chuck. 10 in your so sad ego Touch 10 in your so sad ego tucked in. And you also study goal Two generations has Harry ao two generations has Harry ao two regions has at Yale Chuck 10 in yours. Oh, sorry. Go to Jenin. Cesario touching and you also study Go to Jenin. Is his area touching? And you also study? Go to Jenin. Is his area tucked in? And your sorry go to lieutenant has a Saudi ale top 10 A. Your days had ego to train and equip Study l great job today Let's move on to the final practice. As always before we start practicing the mini dialogue. Let's listen to that dialogue one more time. I got the soil their Children die to Myung is soil 10 in yours? Oh, sorry. Go to Jenin says Harry ao I guys soil The tone in tired from young is our top 10 and yours . Oh, sorry. Go to tenants Hazari Ale. Okay, so I think you know the drill will practice that I look twice. The first practice is going to be with Meena and you say the second line and the second practice is with me and you say the first line. So if you're ready, let's begin. I got a soil the tone entitled from Young Desire Top 10 and you also study Go to tenants Hazari Ale. I guys soil The tone in tired from young is our top 10 and yours. Oh, sorry. Go to tenants. Hazari Ale. Fantastic effort today. Well done. Now, in today's lesson, we learn how to talk about how many kids we have. The next lesson is a review lesson and we're going to review the language. We learned to talk about our siblings. Our marriage and the language learned today to talk about our Children. So our Susan again in that review lesson. But why 41. How to talk about your children (Speaking Drill): I got East soil. I e guys. Soil I guys Soil. Hi, guys. Soil Tom Yoga is Soyo Tainio guy. So Tanya guy Soil Tanya guy Soil. I did. I did by by Tuck There, tuck there to day to day there tone and tired to Myung s I r there, John Entitled to Myung es ir The Children tired from Young East, they told me and others have No, he's so the tone in Tottenham young Iran added from young desire. They told him Tell him no, he wrong added a money style. The challenge An adult from young rang Dereham Young is Chuck 10 and yours outside Ego touch Jenin yours Asadi go touch in. And you also sad ego to gen ins has hardly year your to Jenin says Hadi ao two generals has at Yale top 10 and you also study Go to tenants Hazari Ale tucked in and your sorry go to lieutenant has a studio 10 and regroup. Sorry. Go to return into Syria 42. Review Lesson: Hello, then. Welcome to the review lesson. Now, in this review lesson, we're going to review the language. We learned to talk about our siblings, our marriage and the language learned Talk about our Children from the previous lesson. Now, as always, we're going to do that by practicing the same dialogue three times. And the first practice is a listening repeat practice. This practice is with Meena and Mina will speak first. If you're ready, let's go straight into it. Help me take out Okay, Dale, Children do not have young Iran done doing saying homily Sale. I told you know bam! No money. So que en si called on this style they're telling then killed on Esa bi national nya Tonin added Kotal than this. So I in any soil they're turning out from Yung Isa tucked in And your so sorry go to Jenin is his idea. That was great. Well done. Now the second practice is with me and you're going to speak first. And as always, the sentences will have blanks. So you have to fill in the blanks using appropriate expressions. So if you're ready, let's get into it. Help me take out okay Dale Children do not have young Iran done doing saying homily sale. I told you know bam No money. So que en si called on this style they're tellin called on esa bi national nya Tonin added Kotal than this. So I in any soil, their town and their two young isa top 10 and you also study Go to Jenin is his area great work? Well done. Now let's do the final practice which will be with Meena and you're going to speak first again. And as before, they will be blanks on screen for you to fill in using appropriate expressions if you're ready, let's go. Young's ago took a Dale Tony No band, no money. Soil Children do no harm young. You rang them Long time, young sire. Be nice. He killed on Esa told an addict Total non Eso que dicen Danielle their town and killed on S a r I in any So there, John and diet from young is IRA tucked in and your so sorry Go to Lieutenant Cesario. Amazing job today. Well done. Now in the next lesson, we're going to learn how to talk about people's appearance. So see you soon again in that lesson But by 43. How to talk about appearance using adjectives: hi there. So when we meet people and get to know each other's families, we might be curious about what the other person's siblings looked like. And in English, we can ask questions like, What does your brother look like? Or what does your sister look like? So in today's lesson, we're going to learn how to ask this question in Korea, and we'll also learn how to talk about people's appearances using adjectives. Let's first listen to a dialogue between myself and Mina as we talk about what our siblings looked like he wouldn't see do Nannan Tok singer, Soil Choi do Nannan Key up Gay single sire Bean Asi open in tires. Angus sire Till he will bunin that booty a nail. Q. I see do Nannan auto casing Gasana, Choi do Nannan, Kyoko gets and Gasela being a CEO planet has anger style. Tell you, but in the busy, and I'll first to ask what my sister looks like, Meena asked. He won See do Nannan auto Kasinga SIA. He wants to do none in or Takis and Gaza key onesie Do Nannan means key one sister. And although there isn't a possessive lee, the meaning of the possessive is implied based on the context off the conversation. Then we have this phrase off talk a single sire, which means what does someone look like? And to break this them further or talk, it means how and single soil is the past form of the verb singular. The verb is singular that has a variety off uses and meanings. And one of those is to talk about how something or someone looks. And when we uses verbs handed out in this way, it's almost always used in the past. Tense single soil. Let's take a look. A few more example. Sentences using this structure. Mina Si Open in auto case in Gaza What does your older brother looked like me now? I mean, I see Open in or Takis and Gaza since June in awe. Takis and Gaza. What does teens who looked like genes on and off talks and Gaza? Okay, so let's practice asking this question. He wouldn't see do Nannan Tok Singer soil. Q. I see do Nannan auto casing Gasana Q. I see do Nannan auto casing. Gasana being a CEO Panin or Takis and Gaza. That was great. Well done now in response. I said Choi do Nannan Chiappe Gates and Gasela Toy do Nannan Chiappe gazing Guess Iowa Choi Cunanan means my sister, and in this toy, the here in the second syllable is almost silent. Toy is the polite and formal form off Woody, and it can mean we, us or our depending on the context it is used in in Korean. When we refer to something that belongs to me, we can use chair and they're which means my But quite often we use Choi Orly. For example, when Koreans say my country, it's more common and more natural to say Woody another rather than the matter. Then we have key up guess hunger soil, which means looks cute. Now it's important to know that Korean adjectives function as valves, so the Korean adjective for acute is key up. That, and this means to be cute. So we combined the verbal meaning to be and the adjective meaning cute, and to describe someone as looking cute. We add care to the adjective stem, and we use this with available phrase single soil. So this combined structure Chiappe guess hunger soya means looks cute to give you a few more examples yet, but that means to be pretty and yet bogus. Hunger soil means looks pretty and booze up. That means to be scary and booze up. Gas, hunger, soil means looks scary. Okay, so let's practice saying the entire sentence together. Choi do Nannan key up gay single Sire Choi Do Nannan Cheok Case and Gasela Choi do Nannan Cheok case and Gasela tell you but imbues off getting Gessel. That was excellent. Well done. After this, I asked me Now, Mina si open in high. Single, Be nice. Open enticing yourself. Now, the Korean adjective for handsome is tires. Anguita and tired is an advert which means to do well and the literal meaning off Senga is to be made in a certain way. So tires and get that means to be made well. And this is the adjective for handsome in Korea to say to be not handsome or ugly in Korean , we add what which means not in front of singular. So the adjective for ugly is both singular. Now it's important to note that in general we don't use this phrase ties angry that which means to be handsome, to describe women's appearance. We only use it to talk about men's appearance. Now let's practice asking this question. Bean Asi open in tires. Angus Sire. Being a CEO Planet Has Anger, sire being a CEO. Panin High Single style Susan Enticing yes style. That was great, Baudone. Finally, Bina responded and said, Toy open in that booty and I are Toyo plan and oppose Janell. Now this is an expression we learned in an earlier lesson that booty and I owe it means to be. Not bad now. But imagine most siblings will find it difficult to describe their older brothers, the younger brothers being handsome so me know, probably feels a little all could talking about her older brother as being handsome. So this is a pretty useful expression to use when you talk about your own siblings appearances. Let's practice saying this sentence together till he will bunin that booty a nail tell you , but in the busy and I'll tell you. But in the busy and I'll toy Cunanan, Moody and I are great job today. Well done. Let's do the final practice, as always, will practice the mini dialogue twice, but before we do that, let's listen to the dialogue one more time, he wouldn't see do Nannan Tok Singer, Soil Choi do Nannan Key up Gay Single sire Bean Asi open in tires. Angus sire. Till he will bunin that booty a nail. Q. I see Do Nannan auto casing, Gasana, Choi do Nannan Kyo case and Gasela being a CEO planet has anger style tell you, but in the busy and I'll okay is the same as before. The first practice is with Meena, and you will say the second line and the second practice is with me and you will say the first and the third line. So if you're ready, let's do the practice. Q. I see Do Nannan auto casing, Gasana, Choi do Nannan Kyo case and Gasela being a CEO, Panin High single sire tell you. But in the busy and I'll Q. I see do Nannan auto casing Gasana, Choi do Nannan, Chiappe, Gates and Gasela being a CEO planet has anger style tell you, but in the busy and I'll today we learned to ask what people look like and how to describe people's appearances using adjectives in Korean. In the next lesson, we'll learn to talk about people's appearances in a more specific way. So Susan again in the next lesson. But by 44. How to talk about appearance using adjectives (Speaking Drill): he wouldn't see do Nannan Tok singer Soil key. I see. Do Nannan ought. Okay, Singa SIA Q I see. Do Nannan Auto casing. Gasana Beena sheeting Gunman or Takis and Gaza. Tens of sin in or talk using Asyl Choi do Nannan Key up Gay single Sire Choi do Nannan Chiaki, A single SIA Choi do Nannan Cheok Case and Gasela, Ted Tingling and Takhar Gays and Gasol change Will Canon Doctor Car guess and Gaza Bean Asi open in tires. Angus Sire. Mina Si Open in tires. Angus soil Being a CEO Pennant has anger Style que and see them. Don't think entire single cell Venus She's hunting Neiman Child's Angus ia till he will bunin that booty a nail Tell he bunin that booty a nail tell you but in the busy And I'll Ted I'm long sing in that Louisiana. Tell Nina and that 45. How to talk about height & body size: Hello there. So in the previous lesson, we learned how to use adjectives to describe people's appearance. And in today's lesson, we learn how to talk about people's heights and body size. So let's first listen to a dialogue between myself in Meena as we again talk about our siblings. You want to see them doing singing or tok singer soil? Ted Tongues Angan Kika could go dice Inhale. Be nice. See open in your tall He open in Tokyo. Um tone toenail. He won't see them doing singing or talking Asyl Chair Toensing and Kickback Ago. Nice email Bean osteopenia Tell you, Benin, Togo in total Here. So we begin with the same question we looked at in the previous lesson. Key one. See, then don't sing in auto casing Gasana. He wouldn't see them doing singing or talking sanguesa. But this time the question isn't asking about my dinner. My older sister. But my none don't think my younger brother and in this world, the syllable non means male and tongue. Zang means younger sibling. Let's first practice asking this question. You want to see them doing singing or tok singer soil. He won't see them doing singing or talk using your cell. He won't see them doing singing or locating yourself. Be Nasheed's England or Takis and Gaza. That was great, Baudone. Now, in response, I said Ted Gong, Sangin Kika could go dicey. Nail chair Toensing in Kikuko Dash Nina. First we have chair tongue thing, which means my younger sibling. And then we have this phrase key. Goku Go Nash Inhale, which means is tall and slim. This phrase is made up off two adjectives, and the first adjective is Kika coulda, which means to be tall now, although we use this phrase to describe someone being told the literal translation off this phrase is the height is big key means height and coulda is another adjective that means to be big. And we used these words together to say key got coulda to mean the height is big or, to be tall, to describe someone as being short, we can change the addictive could that to attack that intact, that means to be small. So to say someone is short. We can say Kika attacked that key guy attacked there, and lastly, to connect two verbs or adjectives, we can attach court to the stem off the first verbal, the adjective. So we say Kika kugel. And then add the second vote of the adjective which in this case, is the polite form off nice and had a nice inhale, which means to be slim. Okay, so let's take a look. A few more example Sentences Share your doing. Sing in kick attack! Go by last, sire. My younger sister is short and thin. Tell your don't sing in key. Gotta go! Bye! Last sale Te'o Panin Kika Community Go dunk! Doing a are my older brother is average height and fat tail Bannon Cugat, come gonna go to hell. Okay, so let's now do a speaking practice off saying the whole sentence. Ted Tongues Angan, Kika could go dice Inhale Chair Toensing and Key Goku, go! Nice email! Chair Dongxing and Key Goku, go! Nice email J or Dongxing in Kika Tacko by last Sire Te'o open and kick up Hunger! Negro, don't do email. Greater well done now. After this I asked Meena Meena she opening your How about your older brother Meena? And she said Chuy open in Children Tung Tung Air Toyo Panin Joe Gum Tong Tong Here in this sentence. The key phrases Children tongue Chonghaile, Which means a little chubby. The adjective Taunton had that means to be tubby. And just like in English, we can use adverbs such as Choge Um, a little to modify the meaning off the adjective. And with this advert, Children is often pronounced as joke. Um, joking. Let's take a look. A few more example. Sentences that use different adverbs. Tie on Nina in key guy on a donkey. My older sister is very tall toy on CNN Keagle tonk in Korea. And there are many different ways of saying Very but I'm tongue is one of the most common expressions that we can use to mean. Very also, when we use adverbs with Kika coulda and kick attacked the adverb is used in front of the adjectives coulda intact. Here's another example Sentence tear your dong sing in tongue Oh my last My younger sister is really thin. Tell your doctor thing until mobile s I In Korea, there are two words for really Chung mai and tinta and they have the exact same meaning And just like the way we use really to mean very we can use Cheung Mei and Chen Jack to mean very. And the uses are very, very common in Korea. Okay, so let's now do a speaking practice off these sentences. Ta he open in Tokyo? Um, total nail tell you, Benin, Togo in total hair tell you, Benin, Togo in total Here toil nine and kick hometown coil That was great road on. Let's move on to the final practice as always, before we get into the final practice will listen to the minute I look one more time. Can you want to see them doing singing? Or Tok singer Soil chair tongues Angan Kika could go nice Inhale bean Asi open in your ta he open in program tone toenail He won't see them doing singing or locating yourself Chair Dongxing and Key Goku, go! Nice email! Bean osteopenia tell you, Benin, Togo in total hair. Okay, so the same is before the first practice is with Meena and you say the second line and second practice is with me and you say the first and the third line. So if you're ready, let's start the first practice. He won't see them doing singing or locating yourself. Chair Dongxing and Key Goku, go nice email Bean osteopenia Tell you, Benin, Togo in total. Here he won't see them doing singing or talking in your cell chair. Toensing and Key Goku go! Nice email! Bean osteopenia! Tell you, Benin, Togo in total. Here in today's ascent, we learned how to talk about people's height and body size, and the next lesson is of review lessons. So in that lesson will review all the expressions. We learned to talk about people's appearance season again, but by 46. How to talk about height & body size (Speaking Drill): Kyc, dom, dom, dom, dom, dom, dom thing and not getting. We now see dom, dom, dom. Goal, goal, tail banning, kick up, Pangaea. Tell me Tom, toenail, OGM totally. Che Hellman, key guy. 47. Review Lesson: hi there, and welcome to the review lesson. So in this lesson, we're going to review what we learned over the last two lessons to talk about people's appearances. The first practice is with Mina, and this is a listening repeat practice. Meena will speak first, so let's get straight into it. He won't see do Nannan or Talk Case and Gasol Toy Cunanan Chiappe case and Gaza being a CEO Pennant has single, sire Toyo Bunin that Louisiana key one see them doing singing you chair tongues and in Kika Kugel Nice in a a bean osteopenia Toyo Bannon toe gum Toronto Here, Great job road on this. Practice that conversation again And this time you're going to speak first and I'd like you to complete The sentence is by filling in the blanks and this practice is with me. So if you're ready, let's begin. He won't see do Nannan Auto casing. Gasol, Choi Cunanan Chiappe Case and Gaza be nice. CEO Pennant has single sire Toyo Bunin that que and see them doing singing. You chair Toensing and Key Goku, go nice in a a I mean I CEO Penina Toyo Bannon Toe gum! Toronto Here. Great effort World on. Now let's practice that conversation one last time and this practice is going to be with Meena and you're going to speak first. And as always, the planks are gonna be a little bit bigger, so a little bit trickier as well. So if you're ready, let's begin. Venus Yanina nor Takis in Gaza. Tell your men and yet bouquets and Gasol Q. N C. Homeland Ties, Inga soil. Choi Hellman Not Jonah Beena She done doing singing You Tongs and and Kick Ago, Tom Toenail Kunc, Deunan Danielle, Ted Do Nannan Kika tookem Tack ir Fantastic job Load on Now The next unit is the final unit in this conversation, and we're going to learn how to talk about our spare time activities and our favorite things. So Susan again in the next unit. But by 48. How to talk about weekend activities: Hi then. Now talking about weekends is a really easy way off making conversation with people, and it really helps us to get to know who the other person is. So today we're going to learn how to talk about what we do on weekends. Let's first listen to a conversation between myself and meaner as I talk about what I do on weekends. Pounds away to Monday. Bull Hail Tell on then young water Todd, you Piau Do Good Ron Young Water Pile John in judo Punjab Higher Peng's way to marry Bo Hail Children, Young waters algebra First to ask what I do on weekends, Meena asked. Tongues aware to Madrid Aboya Kong's await you might Abwehr. Consort means usually and to mine it means the weekend and they use with the particle A, which, as we learned before, is used to indicate locations but is also used with various hime expressions and come in in on or at in English. War is the casual form off blood, which means what and then we have the present and polite form of the Bob Hodder hail, which means to do so. This question tongues aware true modern boyo means What do you usually do on weekends? Let's practice asking this question. Pounds away to marry Bull. Hail Peng's way to Maracaibo. Hail Peng's way to Maracaibo. Hail! That was great! Whoa! Done next to talk about what I do on weekends, I said Tonin young, whether it had you by our telling, then young water, it's had your bio in the sentence young. That means a film, a movie, and it's used with a verb pile, which is the present and polite form of the Bob Porta, which means toe watch. Then we have this word, Tatchell and Chad. June means often, and it could be positioned between the object and the verb, as in this sentence. Or you can come before the object so we could say Tonen. Chah, Julian wondered. Bio. Both sentences are grammatically correct, so you can use either sentences. Let's take a look at two more example. Sentences. Tonin ta Jewish hoping l. I often go shopping. Tonin Tadeu Shopping hair. Tonin, Tadeu, Don't. Here I often exercise Tonin tattoo on Deng. Hail so we can say Chad, you shopping here often go shopping or tadeu on. Don't hear often. Exercise less practice saying these sentences killing then young water Tadeu Piau, Tonin, young waters Adieu via Tonin touches your being here John and Tagine doing hail Greater wot done after that, Meaner asked me, Do good on young water in hell do good on your lottery by up. Do Gu means who? And land as we learned in an earlier lesson, is often used to mean an. But in this context, it's used to mean with so do guran means who with and the whole question do boomerang your WaterFire means. Who do you watch movies with? Here are a few more example. Sentences good and shopping hair. Who do you go shopping with? Good and shopping here, Do good and don't have. Who do you exercise with? Good and I don't have. Okay, so let's practice asking this question. Do good, Ron Young, Hotter pile do go around Young water pile dude and shopping l do Grondona. Excellent job again. Wot done now, lastly, to say that I watch movies alone, I said, telling, then, judo tell and then judo Jabba. The first new word we see is Trudeau and Trudeau. It means mainly so he can be interpreted to mean normally or usually the next new word is Honda and Honda means alone. So this whole sentence China and Trudeau Honda Bio means I normally watch movies alone. Here are a few more example sentences. John in judo, singled and shopping here I normally go shopping with friends Thonon, judo, Chingola and shopping here. Town in Trudeau hung down. I normally exercise alone Thonon should or rundown down here. Okay, so let's practice saying these sentences John in judo, one job, higher tone and your own job tone into a tingling shopping here. China and Euro. Great job, world on. Let's now move on to the final practice. Okay, so saying this before we're going to practice the minute I look twice. But before we get into the practice, let's listen to the dialogue one more time. Pounds away to marry Bull Hail killing in young water Tadeu Piau do good Ron Young water pile John in judo One job higher Peng's way to marry Bo Hail China and young waters algebra . Okay, so the first practice is with Mina and you say the second in the fourth line and the second practice is with me and you say the first and the third line. So if you're ready, let's start the practice. Peng's Way to Maracaibo. Hail Tonin, Young Waters. Adieu via Do go around Young water pile Tonengeneral, Andrzej Bio Peng's way to Marry Bo. Hail Tonin, Young Waters Adieu via Do go around, young water pile tone and Your own job. Okay, so today we learned how to talk about what we do on weekends in Korean. In the next lesson, following on from today's topic, off movies will learn to talk about our favorite movies, so I'll see you soon again in that lesson, but by 49. How to talk about weekend activities (Speaking Drill): pounds away to mod a bull Hail pounds away to marry Bull Hail Peng's way to Maracaibo Hail, tongues Which my table here killing, then young water Tadeu Piau Children, Young water It's had you Bio Tonin Young waters Adieu via Tonin Touches your being Here China and Tagine Dona do Good Ron Young Water pile do Kuang yang water pile Do go around Young water pile dude and shopping air Do good and window here, John in Judo Ninja Empire John in judo Orange abaya John Andrew Andrzej Bio Tone into a single ring shopping here China and Euro. 50. How to talk about favourite movies: Hi there. Now, once you find out that someone likes movies are useful. Followed Question, you can ask is What's your favorite movie? So today we're going to learn how to talk about our favorite movies. Let's first listen to a dialogue between myself and meaner as we talk about my favorite movie. Take a 2 100 Yohannan Boil Sean in Pusan. Hanging tail guajillo Total Coolio matter on Tung Tau. A hail tail to one in your one. Mboya telling in prison and Galatioto total Q. Your waddle on timeto hair. First to ask what my favorite movie is. Meaner? Asked Tate Wine and young Lennon. Well, take a little while and your one and well, first we have this world Tail and tail means the best, and in Korean we have to was we used to mean the best, and they are care and cotton. The meaning is exactly the same, and they're used in a very similar ways. You can use them interchangeably. Then we have to Ah, Hannon, which means that I like and in Korean we can change verbs to function like adjectives by adding the particle nen to develops them. So the verb to like is too, are harder. And if we have the particle known to the verb stem and make to our Hannan, it becomes that I like So the phrase Taito while in Your Lap means the movie. One likes the best all one's favorite movie. Then we have boyo, which combines born meaning what? And Yale, which is the present and polite form of the Korean beef up either. So boyo means, what is it? And the whole question Cage Juan in your wine and boil means what's your favorite movie? Let's take a look at two more example. Questions. Taito Wine and Palin and, well, who's your favorite actor? 2 to 1 and Palin and Aware Stage while and Carson and Do Guerra, Who's your favorite singer, Tell you to Wine and Cassin and Guerra. Okay, so let's now do a speaking practice of asking this question. Take a tow hon and Johan and boil tail to one in your one Mboya Stage one and Palin and, well, take a 21 and Ghassan and do where that was great. Baudone. Next to answer this question, I said Tom and then Suzanne and rotated to what they are Children in prison and irritated toe hail. Change y O is the verb phrase off change Yohanan, which means like the best and as mentioned before we use this world phrase to talk about our favorite things in front of the verb phrase, we can add what we like the best, Which for me is presenting the Korean name for the movie trained 2%. So the whole phrase Thonon, Prasanna and Military toe hail means I like trained to present the best. My favorite movie is trained 2%. Let's take a look at two more example. Sentences Tonin commuter, irritated toe hair. I like who knew the best. My favorite actor is calling you Tom, then Community Joe hair Tallinn in each other potato hair. I like Egypt the best. My favorite singer is Egypt Tom, then each other potato hail in case you're wondering who these people are, Cool. New is the lead actor in the film presenting, and Egypt is a pretty famous singer in creative. Okay, so let's practice saying these sentences John in Pusan, hanger tail Guajillo John in prison and Galatioto, I told him, Cool, you potato hell China and Utah potato hair. Excellent job again. Well done. Finally, to say that Bina also likes the same movie. She said, It's hard or Kooyong water on tongue to our hair child or cool young water. I'm tongue toe hair. Now we've really learned this particle tour, which means to and also and after that, we have coup young her and could means fact. And it's used with now is to refer to something that was already mentioned in the conversation, which in this case, is the movie presenting. Then we have on Chung toh hail, which we learn in an earlier lesson. And it means, like something very much or really like something. Unless they could look at two more examples. Sentences charred or coop helder. I'm trying to Ah, hell, I really like that actor, too. Tell door coupe held or I'm talking to our hair charred or kook acid. I'm tongue toe hair. I really like that singer, too. Todd Orkut Cassidy on tongue toe hair. Okay, so let's do a speaking practice off these sentences. Total Coolio model on tongue to ah, hail total Q. Your waddle on timeto hair told a cup holder on Tongzhou hell Teladoc a casserole. Mahjong to Are Here Great effort today World on Let's do the final Practice. As always before we get into the actual practice, let's listen to the full dialogue one more time. Take a 2 100 Yohannan boil Sean in Pusan Hanger tail guajillo total Coolio matter on tongue to a hail tail to one in your own Mboya John in prison and Galatioto Total Coolio Waddle on timeto hair. Okay, so we're going to practice this dialogue twice and the first practices with meaner. And you say the second line in the second practice is with me and you say the first in the third line. Let's start tail to one in your one Mboya John in prison and Galatioto Total Q. Your waddle on timeto hair, tail to one in your one Mboya John in prison and Galatioto total Q. Your waddle on timeto hair. Today we learned how to talk about our favorite things, what we like the best, and this lesson is the final lesson off this course. And of course, we have a review lesson after this. But after that we have a short farewell video prepared. So our Susan again in that video as well. Bye for now, 51. How to talk about favourite movies (Speaking Drill): Take a tow hon and Johan and boil Taito Wuhan and JaJuan Mboya Tail to one in your own Mboya 2 to 1 and Palin and well, take a 21 and Ghassan and do Where? Sean in Pusan Hanger tail Guajillo John in prison Annotated two Y O. John in prison and Galatioto, I told him, Call you today to Ah hell China and Utah Potato hair total Coolio model on tongue to ah, hail total Kooyong Ladder on tongue to our hair Total Q. Your waddle on timeto hair sold a cup holder on Tongzhou hell told local casserole. Mahjong to are here. 52. Review Lesson: Hi there. So this is the final review lesson off this course. And today we're going to practice the language and learn to talk about what we do on weekends and our favorite things. The first practice is a listening repeat practice with meaner and meaner will speak first. So let's go straight into the practice. Pounds away to my table. Hail Tonin, Young water. It's had your bio. Do go down your water by a It's on in judo. Honza Bio take you to one and Yohan Mboya sewn in presenting irritated toe hair Total Creo What own? Don't well, greater world on now The second practice is with me and you'll speak first and you have to complete. The sentence is by filling in the plains. So if you're ready, let's get into it. Pounds away to my table Hail Tonin, Young water. It's had your bio. Do go down your water by a tonengeneral Honza bio Tell you to one and Yohan Mboya sewn in prison. Annotated toe hair total Creo what own? Don't. Well, excellent job again. World on the third practice is with Meena, but you speak first again. Samos, before there are blanks for you to fill in. But this time, as always, the planks are a little bigger, so a little trickier as well. So if you're ready, let's do 1/3 practice. Kung's where two might have well told in your water. Todd Zubaya do good on your letter by I told him to wrote singalong Buyer Tetouan in Your line and boil Tonin adus irritate wire told local young lady on Tongzhou hair. Great job. Well done And that's it. This is the end of the course. We have a short farewell video, so let's leave Occupies until then. Season again. But why? 53. Farewell video: Hello there. Firstly, congratulations on getting through to the end of the course. There's a lot of content to get through. So if you watched all the lessons and all the speaking drills, I think you've done really well, so you deserve a huge power in the bank. Now. Someone once told me that learning a language is like going up an escalator in reversed. You have to try really hard to make progress. And if you stop trying, your level goes down. So I think the most important thing to remember is that you need to be consistent and try to learn in practice, using Korean as often as possible. Now, of course, it helps if you are in Korea, but I know that most of you probably aren't in Korea. So one of a kind of Korean insurrection you can find, whether it be through movies, songs, dramas or our courses, I think a little bit of practice and using Korean every day, it will really help to make that steady progress. We're planning to create many more courses like this. So please do check out our courses again in the future. Thank you again for taking this course, and I hope this use it again comes on me their time. It'll take care. Bye bye.