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Travel Korean - Speak Korean in Korea!

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Lessons in This Class

89 Lessons (6h 17m)
    • 1. Course introduction video

      2:28
    • 2. Course overview

      1:58
    • 3. Unit 1 Introduction

      1:53
    • 4. Please give me a T-money card.

      8:51
    • 5. Please give me a T-money card. (Speaking Drill)

      4:14
    • 6. Does this bus go to Seoul station?

      5:25
    • 7. Does this bus go to Seoul station? (Speaking Drill)

      2:53
    • 8. How much is the bus fare?

      7:15
    • 9. How much is the bus fare? (Speaking Drill)

      3:54
    • 10. I have two suitcases.

      5:01
    • 11. I have two suitcases. (Speaking Drill)

      2:29
    • 12. Please go to Seoul station.

      7:11
    • 13. Please go to Seoul station. (Speaking Drill)

      3:54
    • 14. How much will it come to?

      5:32
    • 15. How much will it come to? (Speaking Drill)

      2:42
    • 16. Can I pay by card?

      5:38
    • 17. Can I pay by card? (Speaking Drill)

      2:44
    • 18. Sorry and Excuse me

      5:30
    • 19. Sorry and Excuse me (Speaking Drill)

      2:16
    • 20. Do I go to Seoul station from this side?

      7:36
    • 21. Do I go to Seoul station from this side? (Speaking Drill)

      3:38
    • 22. Unit 2 Introduction

      1:00
    • 23. I have a room booked under my name.

      4:57
    • 24. I have a room booked under my name. (Speaking Drill)

      2:31
    • 25. Can I re quest a wake-up call?

      8:47
    • 26. Can I request a wake-up call? (Speaking Drill)

      4:00
    • 27. Where is breakfast served?

      7:02
    • 28. Where is breakfast served? (Speaking Drill)

      2:54
    • 29. Is there a bank around here?

      6:15
    • 30. Is there a bank around here? (Speaking Drill)

      4:01
    • 31. Is there a convenience store nearby?

      9:25
    • 32. Is there a convenience store nearby? (Speaking Drill)

      4:34
    • 33. Until what time is room service open?

      6:53
    • 34. Until what time is room service open? (Speaking Drill)

      3:45
    • 35. Unit 3 Introduction

      1:11
    • 36. I'm just looking around.

      4:44
    • 37. I'm just looking around. (Speaking Drill)

      2:11
    • 38. Where are the women's coat?

      6:11
    • 39. Where are the women's coat? (Speaking Drill)

      3:11
    • 40. How much are these jeans?

      6:49
    • 41. How much are these jeans? (Speaking Drill)

      3:42
    • 42. Do you have this in a different colour?

      6:06
    • 43. Do you have this in a different colour? (Speaking Drill)

      3:13
    • 44. Do you have this a size smaller?

      8:04
    • 45. Do you have this a size smaller? (Speaking Drill)

      4:18
    • 46. Can I try on this skirt?

      5:31
    • 47. Can I try on this skirt? (Speaking Drill)

      3:08
    • 48. Can I try on these shoes?

      7:02
    • 49. Can I try on these shoes? (Speaking Drill)

      3:08
    • 50. I'll take this.

      4:03
    • 51. I'll take this. (Speaking Drill)

      2:09
    • 52. Can I try this lipstick?

      4:18
    • 53. Can I try this lipstick? (Speaking Drill)

      2:16
    • 54. Please give me two of these.

      4:22
    • 55. Please give me two of these. (Speaking Drill)

      2:15
    • 56. I'll pay by card.

      4:37
    • 57. I'll pay by card. (Speaking Drill)

      2:18
    • 58. Please give me a discount.

      6:39
    • 59. Please give me a discount. (Speaking Drill)

      2:55
    • 60. Unit 4 Introduction

      0:51
    • 61. Two people, please.

      3:27
    • 62. Two people, please.

      1:55
    • 63. Can we order a little later, please?

      4:26
    • 64. Can we order a little later, please? (Speaking Drill)

      2:25
    • 65. What's delicious here?

      5:14
    • 66. What's delicious here? (Speaking Drill)

      2:26
    • 67. Is this spicy?

      5:04
    • 68. Is this spicy? (Speaking Drill)

      2:25
    • 69. Can we have this please?

      6:42
    • 70. Can we have this please? (Speaking Drill)

      3:25
    • 71. Can we have more 김치, please?

      7:35
    • 72. Could we have more 김치, please? (Speaking Drill)

      3:24
    • 73. Can we pay for the bill, please?

      5:54
    • 74. Can we pay for the bill, please? (Speaking Drill)

      2:59
    • 75. Unit 5 Introduction

      1:02
    • 76. Two adults, please.

      3:58
    • 77. Two adults, please. (Speaking Drill)

      2:08
    • 78. What time's the next tour guide?

      5:48
    • 79. What time's the next tour guide? (Speaking Drill)

      2:32
    • 80. What time do you close today?

      4:47
    • 81. What time do you close today? (Speaking Drill)

      2:22
    • 82. Unit 6 Introduction

      1:04
    • 83. Is there a train to Busan tomorrow morning?

      11:19
    • 84. Is there a train to Busan tomorrow morning? (Speaking Drill)

      4:49
    • 85. What about the train coming back?

      7:05
    • 86. What about the train coming back? (Speaking Drill)

      3:39
    • 87. Where do I get the train to Busan?

      6:11
    • 88. Where do I get the train to Busan? (Speaking Drill)

      2:51
    • 89. Farewell!

      0:50
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About This Class

The key focus of this class is to help you develop Korean speaking skills so that you can perform common language functions when visiting Korea.

The language covered in this class covers the following topics.

  1. Transport
  2. Hotel
  3. Shopping
  4. Restaurant
  5. Sightseeing
  6. Train station

You can practice speaking the expressions you're learning in the lesson, and the lessons are followed by speaking drills for further speaking practice. Moreover, after each lesson, you can download vocabulary and writing worksheets to review the lesson and also to practice writing the sentences from the lesson.

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Keehwan Kim

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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 video: hi, everyone, and welcome to a Travel Korean course. I'm your instructor being now, as you can probably guess, by the name of the course. This course is all about learning the language you need when you go traveling in Korea, and we'll explore useful expressions around key travel topics. First, we'll look at the language you need to use transports such as bosses and taxis. When you first arrived at the airport, you will learn how to ask where a bus is going and how long a taxi journey might take to your destination. And once you arrive at your hotel will teach you the language. You need to check in and ask where the breakfast. And just in case you forget to pack essential items like shampoo, you will learn how to ask if there was a convenience store nearby. After that, it's time to explore Korea. You will learn useful expressions when you go shopping and you learn different kinds of expressions you will need when you're buying clothes or makeup. Well, then learn the language in need to go to Korean restaurants. You learn how to order food, ask for more kimchi, a very important phrase and learn how to pay for food in Korea. And lastly, we'll take a look at some useful expressions you can use at tourist places and also at train stations, just in case you want to travel around Korea. Now this course is all about developing your speaking skills. So in each lesson there are guided speaking practices, and after each lesson, there are speaking drills where you can further practice the language, learning in each lesson and for every lesson. There are vocabulary and writing washes so that you can preview and review what you learned . And you can also practise writing the sentences from the lessons. Now. This course is designed to be accessible, even for beginning. So while there are some advanced language concepts and structures in this course, we will break down his sentence and help you learn the expressions in a simple and digestible. Now there's a lot to cover in this court, and I hope you're ready to learn a lot of useful expressions for when you're traveling in Korea. You're sending the lesson 2. Course overview: hi, everyone. So before we get into the actual lessons, I wanted to take a moment to explain the core structure so that you have a better idea off how to go through the course. This course is made up off six large units, and they are Unit one transport unit to the hotel unit three shopping unit, four restaurants, Unit five sightseeing and Unit six Train station. Each unit is composed all various video lessons and in each lesson we deal with the specific language function. For example, in one lesson for Unit one, the lesson is about how toe ask how much the taxi fare might come to to help you learn this language function. We will present the language in a dialogue format, and we will then carefully explain each line so that you understand the words in the sentence and the meaning of the sentence as a whole. Once you have understood, the sentence will guide you through a speaking practice so that you're practicing the language or learning in the lessons. Each lesson is then followed by a speaking drill where there are more listening repeat practices as well as cat feel speaking practices. Then at the end. There are also role play speaking practices for further speaking practice, which hopefully will help you retain what you learn in the long term. Finally, every lesson comes with a vocabulary and writing worksheet, and you can preview the vocabulary and review what you learn in the lesson by writing the sentences from the lesson. Okay, so I hope that's giving you a better idea off how this course is structured and next we'll get into the first unit in this course, which is Unit one transport. Oh, and one other thing. Each unit begins with a brief introduction from me on camera. Just a highlight what you're going to learn in that unit. So I'll see you on the screen shortly. But by 3. Unit 1 Introduction: Hi there. So let's imagine that you've landed in Incheon International Airport. You've gone through the immigration control, you've picked up your luggage and you're now in Korea. So the first big hurdle is going to be getting to your accommodation. Now, if you have someone picking you up, then great. But if you don't, then you have three transport options the subway, the limousine bus in the taxi. Strangely, they all take about the same time to get to Seoul. But the cost of varies a little. The subway is the cheapest, and the taxi is the most expensive off the three options. So in our first unit, we're going to learn useful language you can use when you're using one of these transport options will learn how to ask where the bus is going, how to ask how much the taxi fare might be and also learn how to ask if you're getting on the subway from the correct side off the platform. But before we get into all of that, one thing you should buy at the airport is something called a T money card, and this is a car that you can charge money into and use on, although different types of transports such as the subway, the bus and the taxi. You can buy this card at one of the convenience stores at the airports, and the reason why you should buy this card is because when you use one of the transport options using this card, you get a discount, and it's much more easier using this card than having to buy a separate ticket every time you use the subway. Also, they have a team. Monique are specifically designed for foreigners, and this card will give you discount at tourist size. But you can also get discounts at many restaurants and cafes around career. So in a very first lesson, we're going to learn useful language you can use when you're buying a T money card for foreigners. So if you're ready, that's what we do in the next lesson. See you then. Bye bye 4. Please give me a T-money card.: Hello there. Now, as I mentioned in the previous video, there are a lot of benefits to getting a T money card in Korea. So in this lesson, we're going to learn the language and need to buy a T money card at a convenience store at the airport. Let's first listen to a dialogue between a customer in a shop staff as the customer is trying to buy a T money card. But don't worry if you don't understand everything as we will go through each line in detail. We're going young Tim Money Cada hunger. Josiah, They're June John Had to Dear Kyle, they woman on June. Donna Josiah, We're going young team Monica de Hang Gauges area. They're June Jonah today, Kyra. They woman on June done ages here. So let's first look at the first sentence requesting a T money card. We're going young t money Kata, Hang, Get used. Please give me a T money card for foreigners where googin young Timoney kata hang gauges where googin is a word that means a foreign person where goog means foreign and in means a person so together where googin means a foreign person Ah, foreigner and wagon is used with the particle young and this is similar to four when we talk about something being made for someone. So if we want to say that a bicycle is made for Children, then we use the word for child rd knee and use it with young and say ordinary young for Children. So coming back to this sentence, this phrase where googin young t money Qatar means a T money card for foreigners. Then we have hunger. Choose a oh, please give me one juice A yacht means please give me And this is a polite way of asking someone to give me something and we can say a noun in front off Choose a O to say what we want to receive. And hunger, as you may know, already is made up off the contract id Native Korean number Han and the counter word K which we used to count in animal objects. So all together, where googin young Timoney cada hang get Eusebio means please give me a T money card for foreigners less practice saying this polite request We're going young Tim Money cada hunger Josiah, We're going young Timoney cada hung gauges area where Googin young team Monique had a hunger. That was great. Wot done. Let's now look at the second line. They're June Gianetti there, Kyle. Yes. Should I charge it for you? They're June Gianetti Rika. So first we have the polite Yes, there. And the rest of the question is only made up of a verb phrase and the meaning of the pronouns I end. You are implied based on the context off the conversation. The verb June John, head to Dick Io is made up off three parts. First we have the Bob tune. John had a to charge. And we can use this verb to talk about charging cards like tea money, but also charging phones and computers with electricity. The second part is to Dida, which is an honorific form off to that meaning to give. And we often combine verbs with either to die or to be there to talk about doing something for someone. So if we combine June John had a with T there to form John John Hair Thida. It means to charge something for someone. Lastly, we have the verb ending the Kaio, which means should and we add this verb ending to suggest doing something. So to change on anti Rita, we add the coyote to develop, stem and make Jim Jonah TVKO. And it means, should I charge it for you? Let's practice saying this whole sentence they're June John had to. Dear Kyle, they're June Jonah, Did Erica? They come down And Terry Kyle, great job, Odone finally to say yes and ask for a certain amount of money to be charged on the card. We can say they're woman on June, John, and you say, Oh, yes, please charge 50,000 won the woman on June John H, you say R So first we again have the polite Yes, there. Then we stayed. How much we want charged on the card, which in this case is all mine on 50,000 won. And lastly, we have tune John H, you say, Oh, which means please charge for me now. Earlier we stated that choose a or means please give me and choose a oh does mean please give me when it's used with a noun. However, if we usv obs with choose a oh, it means please do this for me And following a similar pattern toe adding teda We first congregate June John had a to tune John hair and add to say, Oh, so Choon John Head Shoe seo means please charge for me. So all together, woman on June Jonah, choose a hill means please charge 50,000 won. Here are a few more example sentences there Some man on tune, John. And you say Oh, yes. Please charge. 30,000 won there Some man on June. Jonah! Josiah There she man on June. Jonah! Josiah! Yes. Please charge 100,001. They're Shimano on June. John Andrews. Hail! Okay, So with that in mind, let's now do a speaking practice off saying this sentence they woman on June Donna Josiah, they woman on June. Donna Josiah There some man on tune, Johnny Josiah. They Peyman on some damages area. That was excellent. Well done. Now, before we end the lesson, let's listen to the whole dialer one more time and remind ourselves or what we learned today. We're going young Tim Money Cada hunger. Josiah, they're June John Had to Dear Kyle, They woman on June. Donna! Josiah, We're going young team on Ekati Hung Gauges area. They're June Jonah Did Erica they woman on, Turn down a Josiah. Okay, great. So today we learned that useful expressions we can use when we're trying to buy T money cards at a convenience store. Now we have a review lesson next where you can do further speaking practice off the language you learned in this lesson and our Susan again in the lesson after that. But why? 5. Please give me a T-money card. (Speaking Drill): We're going young team money. Cada hunger. Josiah, We're going young Tim. Money Cada hunger Josiah, We're going young team Monica de hang Gauges area where Googin Young team Monique had a hunger where Googin young Timoney Kata to get you sail. They're June John had to. Dear Kyle, they're June John Had to Dear Kyle, they're June Jonah. Today, Kyra, they come down. And Terry! Kyle, they woman on June. Donna! Josiah, they woman on June. Donna Josiah they woman on tunes on a Josiah. There, some man on tune. John Edges sale. They Peyman on some damages area. We're going young team on Ekati Hung Gauges area. They're June Jonah today, Kyra. They woman on June done ages Here. We're going young team on Ekati Hung Gauges area. They're June Jonah today, Kyra, they payment on some damages area 6. Does this bus go to Seoul station?: Hello there. So in this lesson, we're going to learn the language and need to find out if a particular bus goes to where you want to go. Let's first listen to a dialogue where a customer asks a bus conductor if the bus goes to Seoul Station. Don't worry if you don't understand everything as we will go through each line in detail. E posts it soglio Gay can ill there Solo Yo gay Chiyo e posts is whole yoga can ill. They sold a gecko. Okay, so let's first look at the question e bosses Holyoke Gay Canada Does this bus go to so station E passes? How yoga can I e possible means this bus. Although the standard way off pronouncing bus is Posser Sometimes it said as Buster. So in spoken Korean either is fine. After that, we have a whole your get and in this world Yat means station and a means to so soglio get means to Seoul station And then we have the question of of phrase Canobbio which means does go and to make this ver form, we add nine your to the verb cada, which means to go. So we make can i? O Although we can just ask questions by raising the Internation at the end off the clarity of sentences. So, you know, gay Chiyo. If we use the verb ending I owe it makes the question more polite. Here are a few more example Questions e voce e Tehran. Can I o Does this bus go to eat a one e puasa Tijuana? Can I o e bustle hotel where they can i o Does this bus go to lot their world e apostle hotel where they can I o Okay, great. So let's practice asking this question. E posts it Soglio gay can ill e posts is hold your get can ill e posse Tehran Elkana e Posse. Rotella. They can ill. Great job. Well done. Let's now, look at the response to this question. Nay. So yoga, Kyle? Yes, it goes to Seoul station. They're soul yoga. Chiyo. First we have the polite form off. Yes, there. Then we have soglio get which means to so station. And last date we have the verb Kaio, which means goes and the sentence doesn't have the subject. The bus it as the subject is obvious based on the context off the conversation. Now, if the bus doesn't go to Seoul Station, the conductor may say the following a new so yoga tango. No, it doesn't go to so station. And you So your gang Guyot. So we have the polite form of No. And you're And there are two different ways of making verbs into negative forms. And one of them is to use on in front of the Bob, which in this case, is Kyle so angry I o means doesn't go less practice both the yes and no responses to the question we have seen there. Solo Yo, Gay Chiyo, They're soul your gecko, Ania. Sorry. Okay, angle, Danielle. So yoga angle. Great job. Well done. Let's listen to the whole dialogue one more time before we end the lesson. E posts it Soglio Gay can ill there. So yoga Chiyo e posts is whole yoga. Can I tell the story of gecko? Okay, so in this lesson, we learned how to ask if a bus goes to a particular destination. You can practice the expressions from today's lesson in the review lesson Next, and I'll see you again in the lesson after that. But by 7. Does this bus go to Seoul station? (Speaking Drill): e posted Soglio gay can ill e posted Soglio Gay can ill e posts is hold your get can ill e posse Tehran Elkana e Posse Rotella They can ill e posts is whole yoga can ill they solo Yo, get Ohio Ania So you're ok Angle They're soul Rio Gecko Nay Soglio gecko Danielle Soglio Gangel Danielle Soglio Gangel e Posts is whole Yoga can ill. They're solid Or get Chiyo People see Tony Kanaya Anya Taylor Nyanga. 8. How much is the bus fare?: hi there. So in this lesson, we're going to learn the language and need to ask how much the bus fare is and to ask for a certain number off bus tickets. Let's first listen to a dialogue where a passenger is speaking to the bus conductor. Same as before. We'll explain each line in detail. Afterwards, you turn Eban, posse, yoga woman or a Maya man tongue on E a r pure to Jang to say, Oh, your journey, Bomba CEO women or in my manhood tongue on year, pure Tujunga say are okay, so let's first look at the question. U turny button. Paseo Berman. Maia How much is the fare for Bus 6002? You Johnny Bump ASIO Woman on my own. When we refer to bus numbers, we use this word pun after saying the bus number and pawn literally means number. So if we're referring to a bus numbered 100 we would say pick bun pasta pick bun buster. The next word your gum means fair and oh, mail is a phrase we can use to ask how much something is. Here are two more example. Sentences You can pick Bun Posse, Overman, Romania How much is the fare for, boss? 6100. You can pick bun, Paseo, Gelman or email. You turn ships. Ambon Posse. Oh, woman on my hair. How much is the fare for, boss? 6013. You turn ship samba NPAs CEO, Woman on my hair. Okay, so let's practice asking how much of a bus fare is you turn Eban Posse, Yo Gelman or a Maya U turny Bomba CEO women Or in my hair, You come pick Bung Parcel Grumman or email you turn ship some bum Bosio, Gelman or email. That was great. Well done. Next we have the response stating how much the fair is Bonnell tongue on the L. It's 15,001 final turn on the a L. Now this is a pretty simple sentence. We have the price man or Chung on 15,001 and the presence and polite form of the verb either e ao, which has the same meaning as the English beef up the subject. It is not included in the sentence as it's obvious based on the context. While this is a simple sentence using the word man meaning 10,000 can be a little tricky as it's not a number word that exists in English. So let's take a look at two more example. Sentences stating the price off the bus fare Bans on Uber Guangya It's 11,501 Ban tunnel. Big one year bonds had gone on the air. It's 14,001. Mine's had Tom on the air. Okay, great. So let's now do a speaking practice off saying how much the boss fairies man tongue on E a r my new tongue on year. Biden Tunnel Big on the air Man's that turn on the air. Great job again. Wot done. The final sentence is asking for a certain number of tickets. Pure Tuojiang Josiah, Please give me two tickets. Pure Tuojiang Josiah. The Korean word for a ticket is pure. Sometimes Koreans will say the English word ticket phonetically in Korean to refer to ticket, and it's just ticket a ticket. But when referring to bus tickets, it's more common to use the Korean word pure. Also, when we talk about counting tickets, we use the counter word. Tang Tang is commonly used to count paper, so it has a similar meaning to the English word sheet. However, in Korean, we also use Tang to count tickets whether it be bus tickets, airplane tickets or cinema tickets. So all together, pure to Jang means two tickets. Finally, we have this verb phrase which we learned before Choose a Oh, and it means please give me. Let's take a look at two more Example Sentences pure hands on Josiah, please give me one ticket. Pure hands on Jews Ale, Pure days and you say, Oh, please give me four tickets. Pure Dae Jang to say Oh, okay. So let's do a speaking practice off asking for a certain number of tickets pure to Jang to say Oh, pure Tujunga Say are pil handgun to Zia pure their jungle sale. Fantastic effort Today let's listen to the whole Diallo one more time before we finish the lesson you turn Eban Posse, Yo Gelman or a Maya man Tongue on e a r pure to Jang to say Oh, you turn you Bomba CEO Women are Amar'e Manu Tongue on year Pure Tujunga say are today we learned how to ask the price off a bus fare and how to ask for a certain number of tickets . Now, please don't forget to do the review lesson for more speaking practice and our Susan again after that. But by 9. How much is the bus fare? (Speaking Drill): you turn Eban Poss a yoga amun Ra Maya, you turn Eban, Pasta, Yoga Amun Ra Maya, you turn you Bomba CEO Women are Amar'e. You come pick Bun Parcel Grumman or email You turn ship some bum Bosio Gelman or email you come pick Bun Parcel Grumman or email my new tongue on Yale My new tongue on Yale man who tongue on year Biden Tunnel Big on the air Man's had tongue on year pure to Jang Choose hail pure to Jang Choose Hail pure Tujunga Say, are pil handgun to Zia pure their jungle sale pil hadn't done to Zia. You turn you Bomba CEO Women are a Maya man who tongue on year pure Tujunga Say are you? Come pick Bun Parcel Grumman or email Biden Tunnel big on the air Pil handgun to Zia 10. I have two suitcases.: hi there. So in this lesson, we're going to learn how to say that you have luggage to store on the bus. Let's first listen to a dialogue where a passenger talks to the bus driver or could be the bus conductor about his luggage. Don't worry if you don't understand everything as we will go through each line in detail. Cop on its soil. Corncob on to gay soya Qabbani soil. Congar banned Gay Soyo. The first question from the bus driver is quite simple. It's car. Bang the soil. Do you have a bag? Ka bang the soil. Carbon is a general word that refers to bags, and you can refer to backpacks, small hand bags and suitcases. And it's Soyo is the polite form of the verb it that which means toe have. So this is a general question that asks if you have any bags. Now there is another word Koreans often used to refer to bags. And this is Jim Tim. However, Jim generally refers to any type of luggage you might have when you're traveling, so it could refer to bags. But it could also refer to other things you're carrying with you such as push chairs or even a giant teddy bear if you're carrying one. So Jim has a much broader meaning off luggage. So the bus conductor might ask Tim Issawiya, Do you have luggage? Tim Issa. So both Ka Bang and Tim are commonly used to refer to bags related to travel or any other type of luggage. Let's practice asking these questions. Cop on its soil. Qabbani soil. Tim is SIA Jimmy soil. That was great wot done In response, the passenger said. Qin, Gabon to gay. Sire, I have two big bags. I have two suitcases Kinga Bang to gay sire. Now, most people tend to carry big suitcases and one or two small bags when they go travelling. So two different shape between these bags off different sizes. We refer to large suitcases as kin. Gabon couldn't is an adjective that means big and carbon, as we learned before is announed that refers to bags. So we use King Gaven to refer to suitcases and to refer to small bags. We can say tag in Gabon tag in Gabon, and Tagen isn't adjective. That means small and to get refers to two items, and he saw you as we just learned means to have. So to gay Soyo means I have to. Here are two more example. Sentences King Gabon. Hang gay soil. I have one big bag. I have one suitcase. Kinga Bang. Hang gay, Sire. Congar Bangs Hague A CYA. I have three big bags. I have three suitcases. Congar Bangs, Hague a style. Okay, great. So let's now do a speaking practice off these sentences. Corncob on to gay soya Congar Bang to Gay Soyo couldn't come. Bang Hyundai Soil Congar Bangs Hague a CYA Great job today. Well done. Let's listen to the whole dialogue one more time and remind ourselves off the sentences we have learned today. Cop on its soil, corncob on to gay soya Qabbani soil Congar bang to gay soil. Okay, so today we learn useful language You can use to say how many suitcases we have to the bus conductor so that they can be stored on the bus. Police to the review lesson for more speaking practice. And I'll see you soon again in the lesson after that. But by 11. I have two suitcases. (Speaking Drill): cop on its soil. Tim is SIA Qabbani Soyo Qabbani Soil Jimmy Soil Jimmy Soil King Gabon Gay SIA King Gabon to gay SIA Congar Bang to gay soil Couldn't come Bang Hyundai soil Congar Bangs Hague a CYA Couldn't Caban Hyundai soil Qabbani soil Congar bang to gay Soyo Jimmy soil Couldn't Caban Hyundai soil. 12. Please go to Seoul station.: hi there. So in this lesson, we're going to learn how to ask the taxi driver to go to a particular place and also ask how long it might take to get to where we want to get to. Let's first listen to a dialogue where a passenger is talking to a taxi driver. See how much you can understand off this dialogue and after that will explain everything in detail. Solo, you're gay car Jews. Hail Sold your coyote All New Giang Door KLIA Hans Hagen Tondo Claudia Soglio Get Hodges. Hail! So you're Kaji on the jungle Julia hands again Someday Okoye First, the passenger tells the taxi driver to go to a particular place by saying Soglio Gay Kodjo Sale Please go to Seoul Station So yoga catches Hail Now, as we learned in an earlier lesson solely yoga means to Seoul station. And when we used of ob kata with choose hail and say Hodges hail, it means please go. So soglio gay catches Hail means please go to so station. Here are a few more example Sentences, detail on their carriages. Hail, Please go To eat a one you tell on their catches Hail whom their cottages. Hair. Please go to home there whom their catches hail. Okay, so the sentence shouldn't be too difficult. Solis, practice saying these sentences, It's hollow. You're gay Car Jews. Hail Soglio. Get Hodges. Hail e tail on a Qadisiyah. Hung their cottages. Hair. Great job. Well done. After that, the passenger asked the driver this question. So your cutie or new jungle Okoye, how long does it take to Seoul station? So your cutie on the John Doe khaleda first Gadji also means to, but he also has the meaning off until or up to. So while we use air to refer to going to a particular destination to talk about the time it takes two or until a particular place, we use gadji. Next. We have this phrase all new jungle, and we use this phrase toe. Ask about an approximate number or amount. And in this question, we're asking the approximate time it takes to get to Seoul station. Last element in this question is the verb, Cleo, which is the polite and present form off Khalida. And this verb is similar to take when talking about the time it takes to do something. Let's take a look at few more example. Questions. Detail. Angotti on the jungle. O'Cealleagh How long does it take to eat a one e tailing? Catchy on the jungle? O'Cealleagh home. They're catchy on the jungle. Okoye. How long does it take to Home Day Hong Deputy on the Jungle Okura. Okay, so let's do a speaking practice off asking these questions. Sold your Coyote or Nujiang door KLIA So you're kadji on the jungle Julia detail on Catriona Jungle Area Home. That cutie on the jungle Okoye. Great job Well done. Finally, the taxi driver. Answer the question by saying henge again. Jungle Okoye. It takes about an hour hand. Michigan's hung Bokeria hand Shagan means one hour, and there are many ways to say about in Korean and Chung Jo is one of them. We use Tunggal as about when referring to an approximate number or amount. Then we have the Bob Cleo, which, as we learned before, is similar to take when describing the time it takes to do something. Lastly, the sentence doesn't use any subjects, but as the response is clearly about the taxi journey, the subject is omitted in this sentence. Let's take a look at fume or example Sentences. Hanns Egon Panjang DACA It takes about an hour and 1/2 hand Michigan Panjang Joke the ship on Jeong Yokoya It takes about 20 minutes. Easy, Buntong! Bokeria! Okay, so let's now do the final speaking practice off saying these sentences. Hans Hagen Tone dull. Clelia! Hence again, Okoye. Hans Hagen Panjang is it? When? Dondo. Korea. Fantastic job today. Well done. Let's listen to the whole dialogue One more time. Hello. You're gay Car Jews! Hail Sold your coyote All New Giang Door KLIA, hon Zigun tone dull KLIA soglio Get Hodges. Hail! So your caddy on the jungle Julia Hand Ziganda. Yokoya. Okay, so today we learned how to ask the taxi driver to go somewhere and how to ask how long the journey might take. Now don't forget to review the expressions from this lesson in the following refuel Essent and our Susan again after that. But by 13. Please go to Seoul station. (Speaking Drill): Soglio Gay catches Hail Soglio! Gay catches! Hail Soglio! Get Hodges! Hail! Detail on a Qadisiyah hung their cottages here. E tail on a Qadisiyah Souljah! Kadji on the jungle. Okoye Souljah! Kadji on the jungle Okoye! So you're kadji on the jungle Julia detail on Catriona Jungle area Home That cutie on the jungle. Okoye, you tell him Cut the onus on the area. Hans Sick and Tondo Career area Hand Zigun Tondo Career area Hands again! Zonda Okoye Is it? When? Dondo. Korea. Michigan. Is it open? Dondo, Korea. Soglio Get Hodges. Hail! So you're Kaji on the jungle, Julia. Hence Siguenza Okoye. E tail on a Qadisiyah. You tell him. Cut the onus on the area. Michigan Panjang. 14. How much will it come to?: in this lesson, we're going to learn how to ask how much the fair might come to at the end off the taxi journey. Let's first listen to a dialogue where a passenger talks to a taxi driver and, as always, will go through each line in more detail afterwards, whom they cutie only don't go. Dallaglio Simon on Tongo now ir whom? The cardio No, don't go that high up salmon on dangled a yr first, the passenger asked the driver Hyundai Kadji, All new Jungo Diawara How much does it cost to Hong there, whom they Carty on the jungle? Daoyu. Now we've really looked at some of these elements and the first word is catchy, which we can use as to. But GADJI contains the meaning off until or up to, and we can use it to talk about the costs off the taxi fare up to a particular place. The second element are new tongue door, which we learned before is used to ask about an approximate number or an amount, and lastly we have the polite form off Dauda. Now you and this verb has many different meanings and uses. But one of those is to talk about how much something costs at the end off using that service or when you've tell it up the different items you have bought this use of Dada suggests the other person needs to do some calculations to work at the bill. So when you're asking someone how much a taxi fare will cost at the end of the journey, or how much the price of all the different items clothing will come to, you can use this verb toe. Ask how much the price will be after doing some calculation. Let's take a look at few other example Questions. A condom? No Carty on a John Doe. The wire. How much does it cost to come them station? A condom. No cosy on a John Doe Young Don Carty on The Giang door Now where? How much does it cost to Myung Dong Young? Don't cosy on the John Doe Dewael. Okay, great. So let's practice asking these questions Whom the gods e owners Armando Dallaglio whom the cardio No, don't go that high up a condom Your cutie on the jungle The wire bill Don't get Ziona. Don't go now. I'll great job! Well done then the taxi driver. Answer the question by saying salmon on young duda y O it will come to about 40,000 won salmon on jungled Ohio. So we first state the price of the fair salmon on 40,001 and then used Chung Jo, which means about with the Ohio and say, Chung Georgia y o. And this means it will cost about. Or it will come to about. I do know that although the verb structure doesn't include a future tense structure, the present tense now Ayotte means it usually comes to so we can interpret it to mean it will come to about Let's take a look at a few other example sentences would turn on jungo thou ir it will come to about 5000 won. Would someone jungled How ir ban on John Doe Daoyu. It will come to about 10,000 won Ban on jungo that wire. Okay, so let's do a speaking practice off saying these sentences Simon on Tongo. Now, I, uh salmon on dangled a YR Lieutenant John Doe Doha Ban on jungle the I r. Great job today. Well done. Let's listen to the whole dialogue one more time. Whom they cutie only don't go. Dallaglio Simon on Tongo Now I, uh whom the cardio No, don't go that high up salmon on Jungle Joe ir In this lesson, we learned to ask how much the taxi journey will come to at the end off that journey. The next lesson is as a ways a review lesson and our Susan again after that, but by 15. How much will it come to? (Speaking Drill): whom they qazi Only Dondo. Dahlia Whom? They Qazi? Only Dondo. Dahlia Whom? The cardio? No, Don't know the area. A condom. Your cutie on the jungle. The area young Don't get Fiona. Don't go now. I a condom, you cutie! On the jungle, The area salmon on Tongo Wira salmon on Tongo Wira salmon on jungled A yr Lieutenant John Doe Doe wire ban on Jungle Dia. Lieutenant John Doe. Dahlia. Whom? The cardio? No, Don't know the area. Salmon on dangled A yr a condom, your cutie on the jungle. 16. Can I pay by card?: Hi there. In this lesson, we're going to learn how to ask whether you can pay for the fare using your credit cards. Let's first listen to a dialogue where a passenger is talking to a taxi driver. And, as always, don't worry. If you don't understand everything, as we will go through each line in detail. Cuddle Carita. Her sue is style. They how is so sm? Need I Qatar Rocard Ansari style. They're Haosu. Simply there. First to ask whether you can pay with a credit card. You can say coddle culture has suis, Sire. Can I pay by a card cut? It'll kowtow. Suicide. First we have a cuddle, and this means by card. This particle law can mean by all with to say how we do something by or with something. The Korean word for credit card is Xinyang, Cada Xinyang cada, and a debit card is hunger. Moncada, younger Moncada and you can say these terms instead off cada, but usually just saying Kada is more than sufficient. Next we have the verb phrase Jay Harris, Su e soya can I pay, and this for phrases made up off two verbs. First, we have koto header, which means to pay for something settler payment and hootsuite, which means can so we can combine these two verbs together and say carriage a heresy. That or co two has sued the soil to make it into a polite verb ending. And like most other statements, if you say this with a falling tone at the end, it becomes at the clarity of statement. Kowtow Harris Suey, Soyo. I can pay, however, if you say with a rising tone at the end, it becomes a question. Did you have to say so? Can I pay? Here are a few more example questions using this structure. Younger model culture, her suicide Can I pay by cash? Hunger model Coach Harris Suey soya A poor Pedro culture. Her suicide. Can I pay by Apple? Pay a put paid or culture has suicide. Okay, so let's practice asking these questions. Cuddle carry Taher. Sue is Soil Qatar Rocard, Ansari style Hunger model, courtesy sale and put paid a courtesy style. That was great. Well done, then the taxi driver answer the question by saying they hire so is simply there. Yes, you can. Their highest cesan need I So first we have the polite form of yes, there. Then we have heard. So it's Sim Nida, and this is made up off the verb Honda, which means to do. And it's combined with booze Suitt that which means can to form higher. So eat that and we see its formal form high Suisan nida. So how's suis? Simply that means can do as in the passenger can pay by card. Now, if you cannot pay with a card, the driver can say our New York has soaps. I'm neither. No, you can't on e o hara sue or simply there. So we have the polite form off. No, Anya and the opposite off. Also it that meaning can is who so up that meaning cannot. Okay, so let's now do a speaking practice off saying both. Yes, you can. And no, you can't. They How is so sm? Need I They're Haosu. Simply there. A new hi. So off Sumida a new high solves the media. Fantastic job today. Let's listen to the whole dialogue one more time. Cuddle carry Taher. Sue is style. They How is so sm? Need I cut it all current density style There, Haosu Simply there in this lesson, we learned how to ask whether we can pay for the taxi fare using a card. Now for further speaking practice, don't forget to take the review lesson after this and our Susan again in the lesson after the review lesson by Fidel 17. Can I pay by card? (Speaking Drill): cada Rocard air so is ill Cada Rocard S. O s style Qatar Rocard Ansari style Hunger model Cortesi Sale and put paid a courtesy style hunger Morocco tests a sale they hire suis Cimini Die a new hi! So off Sumida They're Haosu Simply there They're Haosu Simply there. Annual high stops The media annual high solves the media Cadeau carotene, Siri style. They're Haosu. Simply there. Hunger model Courtesy sale annual high solves the media. 18. Sorry and Excuse me: Hi there. In this lesson, we're going to learn how to say sorry and excuse me as they can be useful phrases on the Korean subway. Now, most things on the Korean subway are automated, so you're probably not going to need to use much Korean on the subway. But there are one or two things we do need to cover. Firstly, Korean subways can be incredibly crowded, and I mean incredibly crowded. So naturally, there are times when you accidentally bump into people. And there may be times when you have to fight your way through a crowd of people so that you can get off at your stop. So what you're going to learn today is going to be very useful in these situations. First, there are two ways of saying sorry in Korean when we accidentally bump into people in crowded places, not just on the subway. Let's listen to both of them. Bianna media chairs don't have need, Ah, be an Amiga. Chairs don't have Nida. These two expressions are made up or verbs only, and they are the former forms off beyond Honda and Jason had a They're both used to mean sorry, but chairs on Haida expresses a stronger apology than beyond. Honda also chairs Song had a is more often used in formal situations. However, if you accidentally not someone on the subway platform or in a carriage, you can use either of them. The polite forms are chairs, song, Hail and Beyond Hail, and the casual form is beyond Hey, Chasing had a does not have a casual form. Lastly, it's important to know that we never, ever used the pronoun I not all which are so we don't say Children in chess on a media or Dannon Chechen amnesia. We just say Bianna nida or chest on Canada. Less to a speaking practice off. These two expressions will practice the formal form only as it's more appropriate to use the formal form. When you're apologizing to people you don't know. Be an Amita bien. Amita chairs don't have need, Ah, chairs don't have Nida. That was great. Well done. Now there are also situations when you have to walk through a crowd and in English, we can say, Excuse me and in Korean there are two different expressions we can use, and the 1st 1 is the Korean equivalent off excuse me, she lay Hamida. See Lameda. Now the Korean version of Excuse Me is made up off the Bob Shiller Hodder, and we use this when we do or say something that's not polite. So it's used in a similar way to excuse me in English. The use off Schiller had a to say, Excuse me is always used in the formal form Sheila Hamida, and it's never used in its polite form. Sheila Hale. However, when Koreans walk through a crowd, they often use another expression, and it's Tom Ze Manure. Tom's ammonia Tom Matzzie manual means one moment, please. And Koreans often use this expression as a form off. Excuse me, however, this expression can be used in other contexts when asking people to wait for them. So if people are leaving without you than you can say Thomas Emanuel to mean and please wait, however, when you want others to move out of the way for you, you can also say Tammy Manure to say, Excuse me, Tom. You see, Manu is generally used in his polite form. Only though we can be used in its casual form with friends, however, is never used in a formal form. Now let's practice both forms of Excuse Me, Kilogram Nida and Tom's ammonia. She lay Hamida. See Lameda Tom ze manure. Tom's ammonia. Great job. Well done. Let's now listen to both forms off. Sorry and excuse me once again, be an Amiga. Chairs don't have Nida. See Lameda, Tom's ammonia. In this lesson, we learned how to say sorry and excuse me in Korean, which you can use when you accidentally not someone on the subway or if you want people to move out of the way for you. Now we have a short review lesson on these expressions next, and our Susan again in the lesson after that, but by 19. Sorry and Excuse me (Speaking Drill): Bianna media chairs don't have need Ah bien Amita chairs don't have Nida chairs. Don't have Nida. Be an Amiga. Chairs don't have Nida bien Amita Silly Hamida Tom ze manure. See Lameda, Tom's Ammonia. See Lameda, Tom's Ammonia, Tom's Ammonia See Lameda. 20. Do I go to Seoul station from this side?: hi there. So in this lesson, we're going to learn how to ask people whether you're getting on the subway from the correct side off the platform. Now. Sometimes it can be confusing to work out whether you're getting on the subway from the right platform or from the correct side off the platform. And in these situations, today's expressions will come in quite handy. Let's first listen to a dialogue where we ask someone whether we can go to so station from this side off the platform. It obeys all Pam Yon Soglio Goodle Can I dial their bites? I o It took us a champions Holyoke Budokan ale. They bita Let's first look at the question we can ask it. You guys are time unions, Holyoke Good or Canada. Do I go to so station from this side? Iturgaiz a time unions, whole yoga, Ocana In the first part, It Togusa means from this side it joke means this side or this way E is an adjective that means this and joke means side away. So it joke means this side in this context, as our is a particle that can mean at or from, and in this situation it means from So it Joe Geza means from this side. Then we have Tammy on. And this is made up off the verb tadaa, which means to get on or to ride and young. Which means, if so, this first part it Joe Gesar Tammy on means if I ride from this side in the second part, adored means to or towards. And we use this particle to talk about the direction off movement. So soul yoga door means towards so station or to Seoul station. Now, earlier, we mentioned that a means to an in Korean, both air and S r. I used to mean to however, the difference between air and s are is that when we use air, we want to know if the train goes to this destination. Whereas if we use S are we're asking if the train goes in the direction off this destination so you can use either air or as are in this question and there would be both correct. But the new ones off the question would be different. Lastly, Carneiro is made up off the verb cada which means to go, and now you, which, as we learned earlier is a question for so the second part. Soglio good or can I o means does it go to Seoul Station? So the literal meaning off the two parts combined together It you guys are time unions, whole yoga door can I o means if I write from this side, does it go to Seoul Station which has the same meaning as do I go to Seoul Station from this side that this question lacks the pronouns, especially I, but the meaning is implied based on the context off the conversation. Let's take a look at few other example questions it you guys are time young Etiwanda or Canada? Do I go to eat a one from this side? You two guys are Tammy on. It's a wonderful Kanaya. It gets a tam yang tomorrow. Kanaya, Do I go to Chung? No, from this side it you guys are time yon tomorrow, Kanaya. In the second sentence, we used a particle law instead. Off euro as to unload doesn't end with a pattern. However, if the noun ends with a patch him, as in eat a one, we use the particle little let's practice asking these questions. It's obeys all Pam Yon Soglio. Goodle Can I dial It? Took us a Champions Holyoke Budokan ale. You two guys are Tammy on detail on the row Canada. It took us a Tammy in two more. Ocana. Great job. Well done. After that, the other person responded by saying, They're bita. Yes, that's right. They're my child. First we have the polite form of yes, there and then we have the polite and present form of the bob. But that bite Io, which means to be right or correct. So this would be the yes response to the question. But if the answer was no, the other person might respond by saying a neo Tortugas are tired. Ale. No, you have to get on from that side on you. So you guys are tired. L first we have the polite form off. No, a neo. And then we have taught Joe Geza, which means from that side chart means that or over there. So when it's used with joke, you can mean that side that way or over there. Last day we have tired ale, which is made up off the Bob Tada, which we saw earlier, and it means to get on or ride. And yeah, Te'o, which means have to so together pie a dale means have to get on. Okay, So let's practice saying both the yes response saying yes, that's right. And the no response. No, you have to get on from that side. Their bodies i o they bite ao Aneel Toto Basil Tired. Eah, And you talk to is are tired, they'll great job. Well done. Let's listen to the whole dialogue one more time. But we listen to both the yes response and the no response. It obeys all. Pam yon soglio. Goodle Can I dial their bodies? I o Aneel Toto Basil. Tired? Eah. It took us a champions Holyoke Budokan ill They bite ao and you talk to is are tired. They'll okay, so in this lesson, we learned how to ask whether we're getting on the train from the right side off the platform. Make sure to do the review lesson for more speaking practice and in the lesson after that will start learning useful language you can use at hotels. See you then. Bye bye. 21. Do I go to Seoul station from this side? (Speaking Drill): it took us out Bamyan, Soglio Guro can ill It took us out Bamyan Soglio Guro can ill It took us a champions Holyoke Budokan Ill You two guys are Tammy on detail on the row Canada. It took us a Tammy in two more Ocana You two guys are Tammy on detail on the row Canada their bodies I o their bodies i o they bite ao they bite ao Aneel Toto Basil Thai a detail Aneel Toto Basil Tired Eah, and you talk to is are tired. They'll and you talk to is are tired they'll and you talk to is are tired Dale It took us a champions Holyoke Budokan I'll the bottle. You two guys are Tammy on detail on the row Canada and you talk to is are tired Dale 22. Unit 2 Introduction: hi there, and welcome to the unit on hotels. Now, as with many other hotel staff around the world, the hotel staff in Korea should be pretty well equipped to deal with your request in English, and they should be well versed in using specific language related to hotels. However, if you can say a few words in Korean, it will make your life as well as the hotel staffs, life a little easier. So over the next few lessons, we're going to learn useful language you can use when you're checking in and staying at a hotel in Korea, you will learn how to ask where the breakfast is served and until what time the room service is available, will also learn how to ask if there are certain places in the surrounding area. So the language of going to learn is going to be useful in hotels but also in many other settings. So let's not waste any more time, and in the next lesson, we're going to learn how to say I have a room booked under my name, so see you in that lesson. But by 23. I have a room booked under my name.: Hi there. In this lesson, we're going to learn how you can tell the hotel front desk that you have booked a room under your name. Now, of course, you'd expect many staff working at the hotel reception to be able to manage basic conversation related to hotels in English. Nevertheless, it may be helpful if you can start off the conversation in Korea. So let's first listen to a dialogue as a hotel guest checks into a hotel on young Hae Seo I knew lies a. L. Liza said, missus, it'll Palin. Yeah, kissing media and young A sale. And your Asael, These s amiss. It'll panel year kiss Amita. First we have the formal greeting and Young has say, Oh, hello and young I sale. Now Many of you may already be familiar with this greeting, but and Young has Heo is a formal greeting. So when we meet people for the first time, or when we greet people who are in a more senior position in terms of age or rank in an organization, we say and Young has a oh, and in terms of pronunciation, the here in the third syllable, huh, is almost silent. So It's Anyang Asseo. Daniel has a Oh, let's practice this greeting on Young Hae Seo and Young A sale. Danielle Isaiah. Great job. Well done. After that, the hotel guests states that she has booked a room under her name. So she said, These are some miss it'll partner year kissing Nida. I have a room booked on the Lisa Smith. Lisa s a Mr Topanga. Yeah, kissing Nida. First we have Lisa Sim is zero, and this means under Lisa Smith. Now, Law Little is a versatile particle, and we learned earlier that it can mean by or with to say how we do something by A with something and this use of law. Little in this sentence is similar to this meaning as we're stating that we made the booking with this name Lisa Smith. But in this context, this use off law, little is similar to under in English. Next, we have punk, which means a room. And then we have the formal form of the Bob Jacada. Yeah, Kesten nida which means to book or to reserve. And you can also use this verb if you have reservations at many other places, such as at restaurants less like a few other example Sentences pay home little planet er kissing. Need I? I have a room booked under Fei Hung. Pay home Little panel. Yakis Indeed I Tanya Jones. Oh, yeah, Case in media. I have a reservation on the Daniel Jones. Tiny reasons. Oh, yeah, kissing me that. So if you've made a reservation at other places such as a restaurant, you can say the same expression without panel. Like this second example sentence. Okay, so let's do a speaking practice off the sentences. Liza said miss, it'll Palin. Yeah, kissing media These estimates It'll panna Yakis, Amita pay home Oodle Panel year kissing media panniers 10 Yeah, Kissimmee There. Fantastic job. Well done. Let's listen to the whole dialogue One more time on young Hae Seo A new lies a l Liza said miss it'll Palin. Yeah, kissing media and young a sale. And your Asael These s amiss. It'll panel year kiss Amita In today's lesson, we learned how to say that you have a room booked under your name in Korean. Now we do a quick review of all the expressions from this lesson in the review lesson Next and our Susan again in the lesson after that. But why 24. I have a room booked under my name. (Speaking Drill): and young, I say Oh, and young, I say Oh, and young assail Danielle Isaiah Li's ass amiss. It'll ponga Yakis Amita Li's ass amiss. It'll partner year kissin mida These estimates it'll panna Yakis Amita panniers John zero Yeah Kesten media pay home Oodle panel year kissing me that panniers Jones Oh, yeah Kissimmee There and Young a sale. And your Asael These estimates it'll panel year kiss Amita and Yellow Isaiah and young gazelle panniers 10 Yeah, Kissimmee there. 25. Can I re quest a wake-up call?: hi there. So in this lesson, we're going to learn how to request a wake up call from the hotel reception. Now the expression from today's lesson will be particularly useful if you've booked a tour in Korea and the tour guide is going to pick you up early from your hotel, which can be an issue if you're jet lagged. So let's first listen to a dialogue as, Ah, hotel guests requests a wake up call at the reception desk. They are a team a morning quarter Petach KEDO, Terek Io. They boc a headed kale. If you go up, see salmon shipowner hedges. Hail. They that seem able in quarter. Put a kadota Kyle. They both see ahead. Eric. Kyle. I hope she's homicide. Put their head your sale. So the first question requests the wake up call. They let seem a morning coat. Pataki Kotecha. Can I request a wake up call for tomorrow morning? Nay, that seem a bone in quarter. Protect Kadota Erica First, Nader Tim. It means tomorrow morning and it's made up off. They'll meaning tomorrow and at him meaning morning. And this expression is used with the particle A, which we often use with time expressions such as dates and time periods like at him in English. We use a proposition for to say when the morning call is four, but in Korean, it's more common to use the particle air, which has a similar meaning to in on or at in English. Then we have morning quarter, which is made up off morning core, meaning a wake up call in Korean language. We often use English words in Korean, different to how it's normally used in English and morning core would be one example of that. And to give you another example of this is the Korean Worth for a mobile phone, which is Hend upon made up off the English words hand and phone. So it's and upon them hand upon the last part is the verb phrase Petach Kadota Chiyo and this is made up off three parts. First we have put Takada, which means to request and then we have toward header, which has a similar meaning to can when asking for or giving permission. And lastly we use you Kaio. And as we will see shortly, the guy your has more than one meaning and in the sentence. It kind of means would it be okay? So we use this verb ending Yuuko to make our requests more polite. So the combined form put tack, kiddo tear Kaio means, would it be okay to request something or can I request something less? Practice saying the whole question Data a team A They are a team. A morning quarter. They are a team a morning quarter Petya kedo, Terek Io They that seem able in quarter put a kadota Kyle, They are at similar Boudin Quarter Pataki does. Erica, That was great. Well done. The hotel reception staff then asked there be a Shia headed Eric I Oh, yes. What time should I do it for you? What time would you like the wake up call? They BRC ahead today, Kyle first we have the polite Yes, there. And then we have your Shia which means what time And this phrase is made up off yacht which means how many? She which means our and air which, as we learned before, is a particle we use with time expressions So altogether. Bashir is a phrase we used to mean what time Lastly we have headed Eric Io, which means should I do it for you? And we learned in an earlier lesson that we can combine involves with Judah or to D Day, which means to give to talk about doing something for someone. So we can combine Hodder and Chillida to form headed leader. And it means doing something for someone. And then we add this verb ending. Eric, I o. Now you ko, as mentioned, already has more than one meaning. And in this question, its meaning is similar to should. When we suggest ideas to people so headed, Eric Io means should I do it for you? So the question Garcia headed it, Kaio means what time should I do it for you? What time would you like the wake up call? Let's practice saying the whole question together they boc a headed it. Kale, they bear. See ahead. Eric, Kyle, they're Yoshi Ahead. Erica. Great job, Odone Finally toe Ask for a wake up call at a specific time. The hotel guests said it hopes she's having shipped on ahead. Just a hell. Please do it for 7 30 Illegal options. Have a chip on their hedges. Hail. So first we state the time which is you. Gulp. She's Hamish. It burn 7 30 And it's used with a particle A which again, as we learn before, is often used with time expressions. Then we have hedges hail, which combines the Bob Hodder meaning to do and choose a O which we use with verbs to politely request someone to do something. So it hopes she's Hammond ship on their hedges. Hail means please do it for 7 30 Please give me a wake up call at 7 30 Let's take a look at few more example Sentences your Scioscia hedges air. Please do it for six o'clock. Please give me a wake up call at six o'clock. Yours last year. Hedges hair your dose eesh upon their hedges. Hail, please do it for 8 20 Please give me a wake up call at 8 20 Theodorus sees you put a hedge is a hell. Okay, great. So let's do a speaking practice off these sentences. It'll go up. See Sam. Shipowner hedges, Hail. Each group sees how much you put their head. Your sale. USOC ahead. Josiah, Your daughter. See? She put hedges. Hail. Excellent job today. Whoa! Done. So before we end the lesson. Let's listen to the whole dialogue one more time. They are a team a morning quarter Petya Kedo, Terek Io. They boc a headed Kale. If you go up, see Sam Shipowner Hedges. Hail. They that seem able in quarter. Put a kadota Kyle. They both see ahead. Erica. I hope she's homicide put their hedges sale. Okay, so in today's lesson, we learned how to request a wake up call at a hotel, and we also learn quite a few other useful expressions along the way. Don't forget to take the review lesson next, and I'll see you soon again after the review lesson, but by 26. Can I request a wake-up call? (Speaking Drill): they seem a morning quarter. Petach Kido Tai chi. Oh, they seem a morning quarter. Petach Kido Tai chi. Oh, they that seem able in quarter Put a kadota Kyle, They are at similar Boudin Quarter. Pataki does. Erica. They are at similar Boudin Quarter. Pataki does. Erica They those sea ahead. Eric. Kyle they those sea ahead. Eric, Kyle, they bear. See ahead. Erica, they're Yoshi ahead. Erica, If a group sees have a ship on their head, you say, Oh, in a group sees have a ship on their head, you say? Oh, each group sees how much sleep when their hedges hail usoc ahead. Josiah, your daughter See? She put hedges. Hail usoc ahead, Josiah. They that seem able in quarter Put a kadota Kyle, they basically ahead. Eric. Kyle, I hope she's homicide. Put their head your sale day at sea May Boudin Quarter Pataki, do take Kyle there. Yoshi A header. Kyle usoc ahead. Josiah 27. Where is breakfast served?: Hi there. In this lesson, we're going to learn how we can ask where the breakfast is served at a hotel. Let's first listen to a dialogue. As a hotel guests speaks to someone at the reception about this. As always, we'll explain everything in detail. Afterwards. Atoms examine all the ASR. Hananiah taught joke in sigdang a cash Simeon tail at Kim's examine or DSL child to gain then sigdang a Kashmir, India. First to ask where the breakfast is served, we can ask a chimeric stand-in or DSR, Hannah, oh, where is breakfast served? Attempt to examine RDAs are Hanna. First we have a chimney, and this means breakfast. This word is made up of atom, meaning morning and Shikantaza, which is a formal word for a meal. Now Koreans often just use attempt to refer to breadth-first, but this is a casual way of referring to breakfast. So in this situation, we should use actually missing KSA to refer to lunch and dinner in a formal way, we can use Tomlinson, meaning lunch and Chunyang, meaning evening with Shikantaza. So the formal form of lunch and dinner are Tomlinson music sad, and Chunyang. Then we have our ADSR, and this is made up of Oddi, meaning wave, and the particle SR, which we use to talk about doing something somewhere. And in this question, we want to ask where we can do, as in eat breakfast. So we use this particle ESA. Lastly, we have hana juseyo, which combines a verb, meaning to do, and the question form NYU, which we learned before. Now with the noun Shikantaza, which means a meal. We don't use the verb, which means to eat, and instead we use Hadoop with Shiza. So we always say xik sadder, Hulda, and never say six saddle block that. Let's practice asking this question. Atoms examine or the ASR Hananiah. At teams examine RDAs Ohio attempts examine or DSR NIL. That was great, well done. Now, in response to a hotel staff said, taught yoga in sigdang a tail. You can go to the restaurant over there, taught to gain then sigdang a Casimir Ontario. First, we have this phrase taught Georgia in then, which refers to something over there. Taught job as we learned before means that side. But it can also mean over there or over on that side. And it's used with a location particle. Then we have in the end, this is made from the verb eat, which we use to say something is located somewhere. So this use of it that is similar to the English Be verb. When we use the be verb to talk about the location of something. In Korean, we can make verbs into adjective forms by adding them to the verb stem. So when we add none to it, that to make in then it functions as an adjective. So when we say tought George in, then it kinda means that thing over there. Therefore, when we use taught Georgia in with sigdang, which means a restaurant. The whole phrase means the restaurant that's over there. The restaurant over there. And this particle, air is similar in meaning to two when we talk about going to a destination. So depending on the context it's used in air can refer to the location of something, all the destination of one's movement. The second part, CAUTI Mian tail, combines the honorific form of the verb cada CAUTI, that meaning to go with a verb ending young tail, which is the polite form of young data. And we use this verb ending to say that if you want to do something, you can just do this. Doing this will help you to accomplish this. So in this sentence, we use entail to say to have breakfast, you can just go to that restaurant over there. Let's take a look at few other examples sentences. Touch again and compare calcium ion tail. You can go to the cafe over their charge again. Then compare KC me Ontario sought to gain then Cargill calcium ion tail. You can go to the shop over there, taught to again then Cargill calcium ion tail. Now in terms of pronunciation, this word gap, although it's written with a kick in, the first syllable, is often pronounced as GOT pair rather than copper. Okay, so let's do a speaking practice of the sentences. In sigdang, a tale taught to gain, then I see Mondale taught to gain then COG a fantastic job today. Well done. Let's listen to the whole dialogue one more time. Atoms examine all the ASR. Hananiah taught joke in sigdang, a cash Simeon tail at Tim's extended or DSL has taught again then sigdang academia and haha. Okay, so in this lesson, we learned how to ask where the breakfast is served in hotels. Now for more speaking practice, please take the review lesson that follows this, and I'll see you soon again in the lesson after that. Buh-bye. 28. Where is breakfast served? (Speaking Drill): at Tim. Six. Sundin Odious all Han Ill at Tim Sick son in odious all Han, Ill. At Tim Sick Son in odious. All had Niall, our team. Six. Sanan or de sa and I are our team. Six. Sanan or DS on my own. Hot yoga in, then Sick, tangy Hashemian. Te'o Hot yoga in then sick, tangy Hashemian Te'o. It's hard to gain and sick. Tanya Cassy, Manteo. Talk to gain and compare Casey Mondale. So to gain and Cardiac Hashi Manteo talk to gain and compare Qaysi. Mondale at Tim's Extending or DSL had nail Rogaine and shit our team. Six. Sanan or DS on my own. Talk to gain and compare Qaysi Mondale. 29. Is there a bank around here?: Hi there. In this lesson, we're going to learn how we can ask if there are certain places around the area off the accommodation. Let's first listen to a dialogue as a hotel. Guests asked if there is a bank around the area. Don't worry if you don't understand everything, as we will go through each line in detail afterwards to Bill Nay in a knee in nail there. Ho Terry canopy on a nanny desire to build this thing in Now their hotel ical, not Canadian. Ini saya First to ask if there is a bank around the area we can ask to be on their nanny in Iowa. Is there a bank around here to be on a the name E nao? First we have to be on air, and the noun champion means the surrounding area and in the sentence it's used with the location particle A. Then we have the name, which means a bank, and in this question, it's used with the subject Particle E, and in this question, it's more appropriate to use the subject particles rather than topic particles in order. Then, then we have the question form in nail, which uses the verb it. That and the question form. Now to ask if a certain place exists. Here are a few more example questions to be on their panitch army in nail. Is there a convenience store around here? She would be on their panitch army in Iowa to be on their carapegua in nao. Is there a cafe around here to be on a Katica in now? Okay, so let's now do a speaking practice off these questions to Bill Nay in a knee in Niall to build this thing in now to be on their planet. I mean, now to build a cup. Evan Nail. Great job. Well done. Now, In response, the hotel staff said there Ho Terkel Nampula name is Yes. The bank is across the road from the hotel, the hotel ical Not gonna in any SIA. First, we have the polite form of yes, there and after hotel, which means hotel. We have Connacht Janette, which means across the road from now canopy on is made from the verb con nada, which means to cross and pun which means side. So Khan not Kahn means across the road on the other side. And to indicate the location. We used a particle a so altogether. Ho terkel. Nope. Janette means across the road from the hotel. Finally, we have langney Soyo, which means there is a bank now. Another word Koreans use often instead. Off Khan, not Kahn is Majin Khan. And this means opposite. So instead of Klonopin weaken, Say imagine plan and say they hotel. Imagine, can a nanny soya? Yes. The bank is opposite the hotel. The Hotel by Gymkhana Nanny, sire. Both Klonopin and imagine planned are commonly used. And although there is a slight difference in their new ones, in many situations, they are used to convey the same meaning. Let's take a look at few other example Sentences. The hotel ical not plan a panic. Jamie. Sire. Yes. The convenience store is across the road from the hotel. The hotel Ical Nepean. Their puny Jamie. Sire. They hotel bar Gymkhana. Cap. Peguy Soya. Yes. The cafe is opposite the hotel. They hotel. Imagine clinic at Peguy, sire. Okay, so let's do a speaking practice off these sentences There. Hotel canopy on a nanny desire their hotel ical not. Can a nanny SIA they what they call now open a penny domicile the hotel bar Gymkhana got Peguy Soya great effort today world on. Let's listen to the dialogue one more time before we end the lesson to Bill Nay in a knee in Niall. There, hotel canopy on a nanny desire to build this thing in Now their hotel ical Not Canadian any SIA in today's lesson that we learned how to ask if there is a certain place in the surrounding area. Now, these expressions can be useful in many other situations. So if you wanted to ask someone on the street, if there is a bank around the area, then you can say she lamb nida and ask the question we learned today form or speaking practice. Please take the review lesson that follows and our Susan again in the lesson after that bye for now. 30. Is there a bank around here? (Speaking Drill): to burn a looming in nail to burn a Rumanian nail to Bill now and then even now to be on their planet. I mean now to burn makeup Evan Nail to be on their planet. I mean, now the hotel recall Knope Yana Nanny, Sire. The hotel recall Knope Yana Nanny, Sire. They Ho Terkel Not can a nanny SIA they put their can open a penny domicile their hotel ical not konecny SIA they hotel Baton pan. A nanny is so they hotel bottom pan a in any size they hotel bad Simpanan Any soil The hotel by gymkhana got Peguy Soya they hotel Imagine panini Sile to build a landing in nail their hotel ical not Canadian. Any SIA to build makeup if I nail the hotel by gymkhana got Peguy Soya 31. Is there a convenience store nearby?: Hi there. In the previous lesson, we learned to ask about places in the surrounding area, and in this lesson we'll learn a similar expression to talk about nearby places. Let's first listen to a dialogue as a hotel. Guests asks if there is a convenience store nearby. Don't worry if you don't understand everything as we will go through each line in detail. Couldn't I Panies army in Niall? Their hotel Gu s are ordered Joga or Casio Han even meter Qassimi in Spanish army Poeschek Goyo couldn't tell a penny dummy nail their hotel requires old in Tokyo Casa honey being me talk Qassemi unpunished. Army Police recoil First to ask if there is a convenience store nearby we can ask Control Ire Punny Charmian. Now is there a convenience store nearby? Control I a panitch army in there. Now the structure off this question is exactly the same. Asked the question from the previous lesson. And the only difference is the word Kinch Ire. Instead, off to be on air, the world can chart means near and when it's used with the location particle air, it can mean just near or nearby. And at the end we have panitch army in nail and this means is there are convenience store. Here are a few more example Questions. ControI Ninian nail Is there a bank nearby? ControI winning in Iowa. Enjoy a got Peguy in Ni Oh, Is there a cafe nearby? Control a gap. A guy in Iowa. Okay, so let's do a speaking practice of asking this question. Couldn't I Panies army in nail? Couldn't tell a pony dummy nail couldn't show. I own a mean now Couldn't I cut big Now that was great. Well done. Now the hotel stars response was quite long, So let's divide this into two parts First the hotel staff said there Ho Terry Quasar or Ngoga Ocasio? Yes, Please go right from the hotel entrance. Their hotel quasar ordinance, Socorro Casale. First we have the polite form of yes, there and after that we have Hotel Tequesta, which means from the hotel entrance. Hotel Gu means the hotel entrance and Esser, which is another versatile particle. And in this context, it means from after that we have ordered Joe GDL, which is made up off order, meaning right and joke, which, as we learned, can mean side alway depending on the context and in Korean. When we talk about the direction to the right, we say these words together and say Ordered joke Then we have this particle little and we learned this particle before and it means to or towards. And lastly, we have cars failure, which is a polite way of asking someone to go so ordered jugador. Casio means please go to the right or please go right. Let's take a look at a few other example sentences. They're sick time kwehz all in Togo Cassa Please go right from the restaurant entrance The sick, tangy Cuesta orange grove as they are the hotel request. So went yoga. Yoga's hell, please go left from the hotel entrance The hotel request. So when yoga yoga say are in the second example sentence when joke means left. Okay, so let's practice saying these sentences their hotel Gu s are ordered Joe gdl Casio. Their hotel requires olden sotto casa The sick type plays old in Tokyo casa their hotel request. So when Joe Barocas a are, that was great wot done Now In the second part the hotel staff said Han even Mito Hashemian plan each army boys Sequoia. If you go about 200 meters, you will see a convenience store. Honey being Mito Qasimi on Planet Jeremy Poets Erica Okay, so let's break this down. First we have Han de Bang meter and this means about 200 meters. Koreans tend to talk about distance using meters and kilometers and meters in Korean is bitter and kilometer in Korean is kilometer. Also in Korean. There are many ways to say about and Han is one of them and we can use it with numbers similar to Tunggal, which we learned before. The key difference between the hand and Chong door is that hand is used in front of the number expression, whereas Chung Jo comes after the number expression. Then we have car semen and this combines the honorific form off cada caccia, which means to go and it's combined with me un and neon means. If so, Han e Bang meter cash union means if you go about 200 meters, then we have tonnage army and punny jump means a convenience store and it's used with the subject Particle E and lastly we have poison regale. Now this world phrase combines two separate elements First we have the honorific form off Boyda poise. See that? Meaning to see. And it's combined with a verb ending regatta and we see the polite form recoil and Goya means will. And we use this verb ending to talk about suppositions, as in what we think is true. So funny, Jimmy Poeschek. Goya means you will see a convenience store. Let's take a look at few other examples. Han wishing me talk Qassemi on winning a Pulitzer coil. If you go about 50 meters, you will see a bank Han wishing me Tobias immune in any police, circa, humping Mitsuoka. Simeon Cat, pick up with Sequoia If you go about 100 meets is you will see a cafe Han Ping Mito Qassimi on Capitol Sequoia Okay, so let's practice saying these sentences Han even meter Qasim Ian Panitch Army poo Isha, Goyo Honey being me talk Qassemi unpunished Army Police recoil How new is in my talk? I see Mountain Ngapoi Sequoia hunting me Takashima Uncapped pickup Wosik oil Excellent job today World on Now before we wrap up let's listen to the whole dialogue one more time Couldn't I Panies army in Niall their hotel Gu s are ordered Joe GdL, Casio Han Even Meter Qasim Ian Panitch, Army Poo Isha Goyo Couldn't tell a pony dummy nail their hotel requires old in Tokyo Casa honey being me talk Qassemi unpunished. Army police recoil In this lesson, we learned how to ask if there is a certain place nearby, and we also learned various expressions we can use to give directions. The next lesson is a review lesson, but I'll Susan again after that, but by 32. Is there a convenience store nearby? (Speaking Drill): couldn't I? A penny dummy in Niall couldn't tell a penny dummy in Niall Couldn't tell a pony Dummy Nail couldn't Choi Nemean now couldn't. I got bigger now Couldn't toyou Nemean now their hotel quest Ah, orange Ogle Casio Their hotel quest Ah, orange Ogle Casio Their hotel requires old in Tokyo Casa Their hotel requires Owen Joga yoga Say are the sick type Quiz How old? In Tokyo casa their hotel requires Owen Joe barocas a are honey Bring me talk Hashim Ian Panies Army poised Koyo honey, bring me talk Hashemian Pani Jamee Koyo Honey being me Talk Hashemi unpunished Army police recoil How does it meet? Over icy mountain Ngapoi Sequoia hunting me Takashima Uncapped pickup Wosik oil How does it make talk? I see Mountain Ngapoi Sequoia couldn't tell a pony Dummy Nail The hotel requires old in Tokyo Casa honey being me Talk Hashimi unpunished Army Police recoil Couldn't Choi Nemean Now the sick type plays old in Tokyo Casa How does it make talk? I see Mountain Ngapoi Sequoia 33. Until what time is room service open?: Hi there. In this lesson, we're going to learn how toe ask what time room service is available until at hotels. Now we all get a little hungry late at night, and the beauty off staying in hotels is that you can get room service. So today's expressions might come very handy when you're feeling a little hungry late at night in Korean hotels, let's first listen to a dialogue as a hotel. Guests asked when the room service is open until rooms are basin in their sigaty kind of mango palm your in ecology Canon ham, nida they I guess the media room service in in Basic Ozzy cannon angle. Tom, you're in Chicago. Cunningham, Nida. They are guessing me that first to ask what time the room service is open until you can ask room service in in bashiqa de Canon Mango until what time is room service? Open room service in in your shit kadji cannon mango. First we have loom sambisa and room service in Korean is looms abyss. It's just said phonetically in Korean, Then we have Belshe ecology, and as we learn before your she means what time and kadji means two or until so your shit gadji means until what time. Lastly, we have Canon Hungary. Oh, and this uses the verb canon Honda, which means to be possible now. Earlier, we learned that we add now your two bobs to make polite questions. But for Korean adjectives, which also function as verbs, we add in gale to make them into polite questions. Canning either isn't adjective that functions as a verb. It means to be possible. So to make this into a polite question, we add in Guyot and make canon Mhango. So this question as a whole bloom Sabiston and bullshit Gajic handing mango means until what time is room service possible? Until what time is room service open? Okay, so let's now do a speaking practice off this question. Rooms are basin in barce Ekati Cannon angle room service in in basic Ozzy Cannon Angle Doom Service in India, she kadjic handing mango. That was great. Well done Now, In response, the hotel staff said, palm your inject gadji, cannon and media. It's possible until 11 o'clock at night. It's available until 11 o'clock at night. Palm urine, Shigatse, cannon and Gnida. First we have Pam, you're in Chicago G and this is made up off Pam, meaning night and your orange ecology meaning until 11 o'clock. So palm your inject kadji means until 11 o'clock at night. Lastly, we have the formal form off Canada kind of Canada, which, as we mentioned already means to be possible. So let's look at a few more example. Sentences palm your she's having shipping Codjia cannon and we die. It's possible until 10 30 at night palm your she's having shipping cosy cannon and we die palm your tushie kadjic. Handing a media It's possible until 12 o'clock at night. It's possible until midnight. Palm your tachycardic handing Anita. Okay, so let's practice saying these sentences Palm your in ecology Canon ham Nida Tom, you're in Chicago Cunningham Media Palm You receive some zip oncology canon Amita pan Euro douche kadjic Handing Almeida. That was excellent. Well done. Finally, the hotel guests said there. I guess him. Nida. Yes, I understand. They're I guess Sumida after the formal? Yes, there. The speaker said, I guess, um, leader and the infinitive form off. This Ferb is Ida, which means to know now, without going into the grammatical structure in the meaning, too much we use, I guess, and media or the polite form? I guess so. Your as a way of confirming that you have understood what the other person has said and in Korean is common to say I guess I owe or I guess in the day to confirm that you have understood what the other person has said. Let's practice saying this sentence they I guess the media, they are guessing me that they I guess him. Nida Excellent job today. Well done. Before we wrap up, let's listen to the whole dialogue one more time. Rooms are basin in their sigaty kind of mango palm your in C kadji, Canon Ham, nida they I guess the media room service in In Basic Isaiah Cannon Angle Tom, you're in Chicago Canning and media. They are guessing me that in today's lesson, we learned how to ask what time room service is available. Until now, the next lesson is a review ascent, and after that, we're going to move on from hotels and start learning useful language related to shopping. So Susan again in that lesson, But by 34. Until what time is room service open? (Speaking Drill): rooms are Busan in Bercy Cutie cannon Ganga rooms are Busan in Bercy Cutie cannon angle room service in in basic Ozzy cannon angle doom servicing and bullshit kadjic handing mango doom servicing and bullshit kadjic handing mango palm urine Chickadee Cunningham Nida palm your in Chicago G Canon am nida palm neurons You God, you can in a media palm you receive some zip oncology canon Amita Pompeo tachycardic handing Avenida palm You receive some zip oncology canon? Amita they I guess the media they I against the media. They are against me that they I guess him. Nida room service in in Basic Isaiah cannon angle. Tom, you're in Chicago. You can in Alameda. They are guessing me that doom service in India, she kadjic handing mango palm. You receive some zip oncology canon. Amita they I guess. Um Nida. 35. Unit 3 Introduction: Hi there. Welcome to the unit on shopping Now. If you're going to career then shopping has to be on the list of things to do. Most popular shopping area is probably Byung Jong. It's very busy, and there are many shops. Young Dong is right in the heart of soul, and it's definitely a very popular place to go for shopping. However, depending on what your budget is and what you're looking for, you may want to go shopping at department stores, which are called Peck Quite, um, or you may want to go to places like tongue Damn one, where there are many independent wholesalers so you can buy things at a much more reasonable price. Additionally, you may also want to go to Young's, an electron ICS market, where you can buy Elektronik goods such as cameras and laptop. So over the next number of lessons, we're going to learn a lot of useful language related to shopping. We're going to learn how to ask a clothing store if they have an item of clothing in a different color, and will also learn how to ask if we can try something at a makeup shop. Now, this is the biggest unit on the course, so there's a lot to cover. So without further ado, let's get started. I'll see in the lesson, but why? 36. I'm just looking around.: hi there now One of the most common expressions were used. When shopping is when we're not actually buying anything, and that expression is, I'm just looking around. So that's what we're going to learn today. Let's first listen to a dialogue between a customer and a shop staff. And don't worry, if you don't understand everything as well. Go through each line in detail bore. 10. Anger. Mrs Hale. I kneel Kenyan to LabOne in Tunisia. Boats handing Joyce is here. Anya Cohen, young to LeBron engineer. First to ask if we're looking for anything the shop staff asked More tending guy Easter's Hale. Is there something you're looking for? More tending guises? Hail. First, we have more. And this is the casual form or what? Which means what? And although this is the casual form in everyday speech, what is rarely used and it is only really used in very formal settings or in writing, so war is more appropriate in most situations. Then we have 10 linger, and this means something that one is looking for. Tannen is made from the Bob Chata, which means to find or to look for, and we can make this into an adjective formed by adding them to the verbs them so tat that becomes 10 in. Then we have call, which is the casual form off Kat and Kat means a thing. So tender anger means something that one is looking for. Lastly, we have the polite and honorific form off itta pieces. Hail to say, Is there something? And this honorific verb form makes this question very polite. Let's practice asking. Is there something you're looking for? Bore 10 Anger, Mrs. Hale. Boats handing. Joyce is here. Both tendon guy says they'll greater well done. Next to say that we're just looking around, we can say a neo con young to Lebanon, Jr No, I'm just looking around. And year could young to LeBron engine Yale. So first we say the polite form of no on you. And then we have this word Kenyon and Kenyon means just then we have to love, honor and junior, and this is made up off the bob to lowball that which means to look around and the polite form off. Then Janita, then junior. And this makes the verb phrase into a continuous tense. So it's similar to the i N. G. a structure in English. So too low born and junior means to be looking around. And, as with many Korean sentences, the subject I is missing. But its meaning is implied based on the context off the conversation. So let's practice saying I'm just looking around. I kneel. Kun Yang to LabOne in Tunisia. Anya Cohen, young to LeBron engineer and you could young to Logan and junior Fantastic job today. Well done before we wrap up. Let's listen to the whole dialogue one more time. Boer. 10 Anger Mrs Hale. I kneel Queen Yang to LabOne in Tunisia. Boats handing voices. Hail Anya Cohen Young to LeBron engineer. In today's lesson, we learned how to say, I'm just looking around when I shop staff arse. If we're looking for anything, do take the review lesson that's coming up next form or speaking practice and our Susan again in the lesson after that, Bye for now, 37. I'm just looking around. (Speaking Drill): bore 10 Anger Is's Hail bore 10 anger Is's hail boats handing. Joyce is here. Both tendon guy says they'll Aneel can young to Lebanon, Tunisia. Anya Cohen, Young to Lebanon Jr. Anya Content to lob on engineer. And here could Young to Logan and Junior Anya Cohen, Young to LeBron engineer boats Handing Joyce is here. Anya Cohen Young to Lebanon to near. 38. Where are the women's coat?: Hello there. In this lesson, we're going to learn how to ask for something specific. When a shop staff offers help, let's first listen to a dialogue between a customer and a shop staff. And don't worry if you don't understand everything as well go through each line in detail. What OK, toe What idiot? Chiyo Jassem Putin in or D A CYA take I pull your to decay. Oh, auto kit. What? Erica Jassem Kontinen or D ace? I'll check up Were the real kale. First, the shop staff asked or talked care toward the regalia? How can I help you? Auto care toe Adric Ion in this question. First we have auto K, which means how and then we have the verb phrase toe wanted. Eric I o this verb phrase combined several parts. First we have the verb took that which means to help. The second part is the honorific form off Choda to Rita, which means to give and combine. They form toward Elida, which means to give help to someone. Then lastly, we have this verb ending which we have already learned before, and it's very Kaio, which we used to suggest something to someone so too. Why did Eric Io is a suggestion that I could help the other person and it kind of means Can I help you? So all together, auto care toe Why did a coyote means how can I help you? Let's practice asking this question. What? OK, toe What idiot? Chiyo Auto kit What? Erica Oh, okay. Edouard Erica, that was great wot done next to ask for something specific we can say Iason Co Tin in Aldi A sire, Where are the women's clothes? Your son Putin in or D A, sire first we have yours on Kata and the noun Jassen Kota is made up off Jassem, which we use refer to things that are made for women to refer to things made for men. We can say Samsung. Then we have Qatar, which is a long word, and this means a coat. Next, we have all DEA, and this is made up off Audie. Meaning well and the location Particle A. And lastly we have the verb is Soyo, which we used to talk about. The location of something similar to the beaver been English. So our idea is soya means Where is it? So this is a very useful question structure. Let's take a look at more example. Sentences Damn song sung by Jinan or D A Soil. Where are the men's jeans? Damn song sung by Jinan or D A. So Euro Zone Shelton In or D A sire, Where are the women shows your songs are Chinen or D A sale. Okay, great. So with that in mind, let's do a speaking practice of the sentences. Jassem Putin in or D. A Is IRA yes on Putin in or D A Sile dumbs on tongue budging and ordered a sale. Yo, Song Sutton in or D A style. Great job. You're doing really well. Finally, the shop staff said, Check, I pour your daycare. I'll show you check. I pull your daycare here we first have TEGA, which uses the polite form off I char. But chart changes to tear when it's used with a subject particle car. Then we have this verb phrase. Pull your to Derek Ale, which is made up of three parts. First we have poor that which means to see then we have two d die. The honorific form off to that which means to give and these two verbs form Apoyo DiRita, meaning to show something to someone. And then we add the gale. And this verb ending means will, which we used to talk about our intentions so poorly are did it? Gail means we'll show you. I'll show you. Okay, so let's practice saying this sentence take I pull your to decay. Oh, take up. Where did it Gail take up? Where did it get there? Excellent job today. Well done. Before we wrap up. Let's listen to the whole dialogue one more time. Oh, Okay. So what did Eric i o Jassem Putin in or D A messiah? Cheka poi otoko auto kit. What? Erica? Yes. On Putin in or D A sile take up. Where did it Gail? In today's lesson, we learned how to ask for something specific at a clothing store. The next lesson is as a ways of review lesson and our Susan again after that lesson. But by 39. Where are the women's coat? (Speaking Drill): not a care to white America, not a care toe. Why today, Kyra Auto kit What? Erica. Oh, okay. Edouard Erica Eurozone Putin in or D A s SIA eurozone co Tinh in or D A s SIA Yes on Putin in or d A sile Dems on tongue budging and ordered a sale Yo Song Sutton in or D A style Dems on tongue budging and ordered a sale Take I apoyo today Mikhail , take I apoyo today Mikhail, take up Where did it Gail take up? Where did it get there? Auto kit What? Erica? Yes on Putin in or D A sile take up Where did it Gail? Okay, Edouard Erica Dumbs on tongue budget and or D A sale take up. Where did it get there? 40. How much are these jeans?: hi there. So in this lesson, we're going to learn how to say how much is this in Korean? Let's first listen to a dialogue between a customer and a shop staff as the customer is trying to find out the price of an item. Ego or mail. Cougar Woman on E A R. Eagle mail could go Montagna first to say, How much is this? The customer asked. Ego. Mayor, how much is this ego? Are male? First we have eager and eager means this. This is the colloquial form and the formal form is eager. Then we have all mayor, and this is made up off oma, which we used to refer to a certain quantity, and it's often used in question statements. In this context, Oma means how much then it's used with the polite form off pita ao, which has the same meaning as to be verb in English. Quite often, we can also just point at something and say Oh, male, and this is similar to saying how much. But oh, Mayor is a polite statement so you can ask for the price of things by saying on my tail now to say how much is that we can say char, go or male. How much is that? Chako or email in this question? Charter means that, however, in Korean, we can also say cougar as that. And the difference between Char Go and Cougar is that Char Gar refers to something far away from both the speaker and the listener. And Cougar refers to something close to the listener but far from the speaker. So it's important to use them appropriately when speaking Korean. Let's now practice saying, How much is this? And how much is that using eager kugel end Chuckle ego or Maya Eagle mail? Tell Lord Mail Tell Lord Mail could go in. My could go in my great job. Well done now. Although Eagle, Targo and Cougar mean this and that the actual part that means this and that are e cook and char. However, we never use them on their own. They always have to be used with now owns. So to say this and that we used announed cut, which means thing with e coup ngr Now this means that e Kuen child can be used with other now owns. So if we wanted to say how much are these genes we can say e tongue buddy, all male. How much are these genes? Each young body. Oh my Oh, so we can use either e coup or char with Noun referring to items of clothing. And do note that unlike car e coup enter are not attached with announced they use with and e kuen jar can refer to both singular and plural items. So they came in this and that. And these and those also chung budgie means jeans And in this word Chung refers to the many material and patchy means jeans. Let's take a look at fume or example Questions Kui Authority or a mayor? How much is that Top Kuby, 30 Or in my l child board, our mayor. How much is that hat? Tom Uday or email? Okay, so let's do a speaking practice off the sentences using e cou n char with mounds of clothing, e tongue, body or mayor, Eat somebody Olmeyer Kuby toady on my tall boots, out in mail. Excellent job. Well done now to say how much something is the shop staff said Cougar Woman on Yale. That's 50,000 won. Could go a woman on the a R. So first we have Cougar, which means that we then state the price and then use the polite form off Vida e ao, which is used like the beaver been English. Here are a few more example. Sentences. Togashi, Bowman, Onya. That's 150,000 won. Talk Aussie Bowman on the a m ye gods chairman or turn on the air. This is 75,001. Egat, Timon or tongue on? Yeah, it's a pretty simple structure, but let's practice saying these sentences. Cougar Woman on E A r Could go. Montagna, Tell WASI Bowman Onyia, he got your mental turn on. Yeah, great job today. Well done. Let's listen to the whole dialogue one more time. Ego or mail? Cougar Woman on E A r Eagled mail Could go Montagna. Okay, so in this lesson, we learned how to ask the price of something and the different ways of saying this. And that's in Korean for more speaking practice. Please take the review lesson that follows after this and our Susan again in the lesson after that. But why 41. How much are these jeans? (Speaking Drill): eagle mail. Tell Lord Mail could go in my hair eagled mail Cook on my hair Tells Lord mail cook on my hair Eagle Mail E tongue buddy or Maia E Tongue buddy or Maia. Eat somebody Olmeyer tall boots out in mail. Kuby duty on my own. Tall boots out in mail. Cougar woman on. Yeah, Cougar Woman on Yayo Could go man on Yeah, Tell Lucy Bowman Onyia he got your mental turn on Yeah Tell WASI Bowman Onyia eagled mail Could go man on Yeah, tall boot out in Maya, You got your model. Turn on. Yeah. 42. Do you have this in a different colour?: Hi there. In this lesson, we're going to learn how to ask if the store has a certain item of clothing in a different color. Let's first listen to a dialogue between a customer in a shop staff, and, as always, we will go through each line in detail afterwards. E. Tima Patton's A Google is style a neo upside i o parents. A good old man is soya eats in my parents. Agudo is soil a neo up Soyo patterns ago Money, soil First to ask if the store has a skirt in another color, we can ask it Shima patterns A good or desire. Do you have this skirt in a different color? It seem a talent. Zagato is soil. First we have this structure we learn in a previous lesson E cheema and it means this skirt . Then we have pardons. Hey, girdle! And Karen is an adjective that means different and sec means color. And lastly, we have this particle little. And so find this course. We've learned many different uses off the particle law. Little and another use of this particle is to describe how something is made out off something. So in this sentence, It's used to refer to a skirt made out off another color, a different color. So it kind of corresponds to in in the English Sentence. Finally, we have the polite form of the verb. It is soil, which means to have something. So this question e cheema patterns a girdle is soya means. Do you have this skirt in a different color? Let's take a look at few more example. Sentences E party patterns ago is sire, Do you have these trousers in blue Key party parents? Aguero is soya talk. A bank or dunes ago is sire. Do you have that bag in a dark color Chaka Bang or dunes? A good always sire. So as well as asking for something in a different color, you can also ask for something in a specific color or in a different color tone. Let's practice asking these questions. E. Tima Patton's A Google s style eats in my parents ago. Is soil e bhaji parents a good soil, tall kabam or doing Zagato? Is sire, Great job Well done. In response to this question, the shop star said a neo up Soyo parents, a good Roman is soya. No, we don't we only have it in blue? A new pope? Soil patterns, agro money soya. First we have the polite form of no on your. Then we have the polite form of the bob up that up soil, which means don't have. So this first part answers the customers question by answering. No, we don't. We don't have it in a different color. Next we have parents, a good old man. And this combines parents Ecuador, which means something made in blue or in blue and man, which means only so patterns. A good old man means only in blue. Lastly, we have this soil which means have so the second part Parents A Groman is soya means we only have it in blue. Let's take a look at few other example sentences on your Uppsala door and say good or money SIA No, we don't. We only have it in yellow A neo up soil door and say good. Oh, money, sire. A neo up soil pagans have got no money. Soil? No, we don't. We only have it in a bright color. A neo up soya pagans ago. Money, sire. Okay, great. So let's practice saying these sentences a neo upside i o parents. A good old man is soya a neo up Soyo Patterns Ago. Money, Soil Danielle Absurd Dorrans A good old money soil on Europe's oil pie Gonzaga Romany Soya Excellent job today. Whoa, Done. Before we wrap up, let's listen to the whole dialogue one more time. E tima patterns A Google is soil a neo upside i o parents. A good old man is soya e T mat parents Agudo is soil a neo up Soyo Patterns ago. Money, Soil. Today we learned to ask if the store has something in another color or even in a different tone. Now don't forget to do the review lesson form or speaking practice and our season again in the lesson after that. But by 43. Do you have this in a different colour? (Speaking Drill): e Tima patterns a Google its soil e tima patterns a Goodall its soil eats in my parents. Agudo is soil tall. Kabam or doing Zagato is sire e bhaji parents A good soil, tall Kabam or doing Zagato is sire, I neo up Soyo parents. A Groman is SIA a neo topsoil parents. A Groman is soya a neo up Soyo Patterns ago. Money, soil Anya. Absurd Dorrans A good old money soil on Europe's oil pagans. A good or money soya Anya. Absurd Dorrans A good old money soil e t my parents a good always soil a neo up Soyo patterns ago Money, soil, tall kabam or doing Zagato is sire a neo up soil pagans a good or money soya. 44. Do you have this a size smaller?: Hi there Now following on From what we learned in the previous lesson Today, we're going to learn how to ask if the store has something in a different size. Let's first listen to a dialogue between a customer and a shop staff, and, as always, we will go through each line in detail afterwards. E patty hunches. Ooh, tag Congar soya They e soil. Take a Kadaga to Gail E party. Hunty Suit Wagon going, sire. They sell Take a card. So that did you care first to ask if the store has something in a smaller size? We can ask E paddy Hunty suit Hacking go is, sire, Do you have these trousers a size smaller e petit hunches suit Haagen goi soya. Okay, so let's break down this sentence. First we have e patchy, which means these trousers. Then we have hunted suit tagging go, which means something that's a size smaller. Chizu means a size and Han means one. After that, we have tagen, which means small and call, as we learn before means a thing so altogether e party hunted suit Tagging go means these trousers in a smaller size. These trousers a size smaller Lastly we have Is Soyo the polite form off? Eat that, which means tohave. So this question e body hunting, suit tag unguarded desire means Do you have these trousers a size smaller? Let's take a look at a few other example. Questions, Could she? My hunch is soaking guy. Sire. Do you have that skirt a size bigger? Could she? My hunch is soaking guy, Sire. Chocolate to hunches. Suit wagon. Goi. Sire, do you have that coats a size Smaller chocolate to Hunty Suit wagon. Goi, sire. Okay, so let's practice asking these questions. E patty hunches. Ooh, Tagen go Soya e party. Hunty suit. Wagon going, sire. Could Tim McGinty spoken guy Soil charcoal to Hunty. Suit Hagen Goi, Sire. That was great. Well done. Now in Korean, we also use the English word size to refer to sizing Korean. But we say it phonetically in Korea. So it's cider cider. And quite often when we ask for something in a specific size, we use this word side year rather than chisel. He is an example. Question e parties. Ham ships are size. It always. Sire, Do you have these trousers in size 34 e parties Hm. Ships are size zero is, sire. So to ask, if the store has something in a specific size, we say the number word, which in this case is damage ipsa and side ager. And this means size 34. And also, this particle law corresponds to the meaning off in here are few other example questions. So shut your a decide. You're always sire. Do you have that shirt in a large size charge shot to a. Besides it always, sire Ishan by E. Picture shipside zero a CYA. Do you have these shoes in size 270 Asian by eBay? Picture shipside Eloisa. So you can refer to specific size using side year and to refer to large, medium or small size Koreans often say the letters that refer to these sizes, such as L for large and for medium and s for small. And for your reference, Korean shoe sizes are measured in millimeters, such as 270 millimeters and 275 millimeters. But most shoe stores should be aware off different shoe size measurements from Europe or the U. S. So it should be fine for you to tell them your you or us shoe sizes. Okay, so let's practice asking these questions. E parties, Some ships are cited or soya e patches. Hm? Ships are side. Should always So tell us how Teoh inside Ruiz's style, he somebody picture Shipside Royce, sire. Great job. Well done. Lastly, the shop staff said the yeast soya Check out catcher That idiot Kale. Yes, we do. I'll bring it to you. There he soya check Takata That it? Gail? First we have there is Soyo, Which means yes, we have. Yes, we do. Then we have Checker Cab Jota, TD degale and this is made up off cheka, meaning I and the verb phrase catch Oda to Degale. This verb phrase is made up off to Bob's First we have kajoba teda, which is the honorific form off car Judah Judah Meaning to bring something to someone. So this is a respectful way off expressing this meaning and the verb ending the jail means will So check Gah, Kasuga td Gail means I'll bring it to you. Let's practice saying the whole sentence. They east soil Tega Kadaga to Degale They sell take a card. So that did you get they soil. Take a catcher, Daddy. Daycare. Excellent job today. Well done. Before we wrap up, let's listen to the whole dialogue one more time. E patty hunches Ooh, tagen go soya they the soil Tega Kadaga to Gail e party. Hunty Suit Wagon going, Sire. They sell take a card. So that did you get? Okay. So today we learned to ask if the store has something in a different size. And we also learned the Korean word for size as well. A saying size phonetically in Korean, as always. Don't forget to take the review lesson form or speaking practice and our Susan again in the lesson after that, but by 45. Do you have this a size smaller? (Speaking Drill): E Patty Hunty. Supercharging Go, sire. E Patty Hunty Supercharging Go, sire. E party. Hunches, suit wagon going soil. Could Tim McGinty spoken guy? Soil. Chocolate to Hunty. Suit. Hagen Goi, sire. Could Tim McGinty? Soaking guy Soil E parties. Hm. Ships are cited or soya e parties. Hm? Ships are cited. Or his sire. E parties. Hm. Ships are side, you toys. So tell us how, Teoh inside the Louis style. He somebody picture Shipside Royce, Sire. Tell us that Teoh inside the Louis style they is. So take a cod Atika. They is. So take a cod Atika. They sell Take a card. So that did it Care they soil. Take a catcher, Daddy. Daycare! They soil. Take a catcher. Daddy! Daycare E party! Hunty Suit Wagon going, sire. They sell. Take a card. So that did you get? Tell us how Teoh. Inside the Louis style, they soil take a catcher. Daddy! Daycare 46. Can I try on this skirt?: Hi there. In this lesson, we're going to learn how to ask if we can try something on in a clothing store. So let's go straight into it. Here's a dialogue between a customer and a shop staff E Tima Abogado Trail They could on your patty shed in charge. Joga Issawiya E t my baba detail. They're Caronia. Terry shouldn't talk. Okay, Saira first to ask if you can try something on, you can ask. It's Cheema abogado to hell. Can I try on this skirt? It's semi abogado tail. First we have e t mat meaning this skirt. Then we have the verb phrase E bob. I adore Te'o and this verb phrase means can I try on and it's made up off three parts. First we have the verb keep that meaning toe wear. Then we have all poor that meaning to try doing something and we can first combine these two bobs and make e bar porta and this means to try wearing something to try on something. Lastly, the third part is toward header which has a similar meaning to can and we use this verb ending toe ask for permission to do something so the three verbs combined. E bob I adore Tedder or the polite form E bar by door to hail means can I try on? Let's take a look at few other example questions Each young body Bogado tail. Can I try on these genes Each hung by ge Baba door to hell e buja So bad. Oh, tail! Can I try on this hat? E books are so open toed hair In Korea there are many different votes we can use to say where depending on what you're wearing. And when we talk about wearing things around our body, such as shirts and trousers we used of ob there. However, to talk about wearing things around our face or head such as hats and sunglasses, we used a Bob Sedar, which also means to wear. Okay, So with that in mind, let's do some speaking practice of asking if we can try something on E Tima Abogado trail E t my Baba detail E chung Budgie Barbato tail e Buddha Sabato tail That was great! Well done. Now to this question, the shop staff responded by saying they could Omnia tarry shouldn't taught your gay sire Yes, of course the fitting rooms over there. They're grown. You know. Paris shouldn't talk. Okay, Sale first. We have neck. Could on you. Which means yes, of course. Could, um you can mean show off Course that in the second sentence we have toddy ship. And this means the fitting room, the changing room. And lastly, we have taught yoga is soil, which is made up off a hot yoga meaning over on that side or over there. And he Soyo, which we use like the B verb to state the location of something. So the second sentence paddy shouldn't talk. Your gay soil means the fitting room is over there. Let's practice saying this sentence they could on your patty shouldn Child Joga soya. They're Caronia. Terry shouldn't talk. Okay, Saira, They Cronje Patties it Any tok style, they're Caronia. Terry shouldn't talk. Okay, Saira, excellent job today. Whoa, Done. Let's listen to the whole dialogue one more time before we end the lesson E sima abogado tail they could Patty should in charge. OK, Issawiya e t my baba detail their Cronje Terry shouldn't talk. Okay, so Okay, so today we learned how to ask if we can try something on in a clothing store, probably one of the most useful expressions when you're shopping for clothes. As always, the review lesson is next and our Susan again after that, but by 47. Can I try on this skirt? (Speaking Drill): E Tima Barbato Tail E Tima Abogado tail e t my baba detail e tongue budgie Barbato tail He sunglasses so bad out here e Buddha Sabato tail e tongue budgie Barbato tail NEC Rudonja Patty should in charge. Okay. Saira nec Rudonja Patty should in charge. Okay, Saira, they're Caronia. Terry shouldn't talk. Okay, Saira, They Cronje Patties it Any tok style, they're Caronia. Terry shouldn't talk, Okay, Saira e t my baba detail, They're Caronia. Terry shouldn't talk, Okay? Saira e Chung Budgie Barbato Tail Day Caronia Patties it any tok sire? 48. Can I try on these shoes?: Hello there Now, In the previous lesson, we learn that there is more than one way off saying the verb to wear in Korean. And in this lesson it will learn the verb. We used to say where when we talk about shoes, let's first listen to a dialogue between a customer in a shop staff and afterwards will go through the dialogue in detail. E sim by Seen a bottle tail. They Siderca out. Okay, area Bi Gu Qusai Genital Party ale. He's embarrassing. Abbado tail They size ago. Locadia Big oxide rope audio. First to ask if you can try on a pair of shoes. You can say you shame by she know by door to here. Can I try on these shoes ish? Embarrassing Abbado to hell. This question is exactly the same as the question we learned in the previous lesson, but first we have e shim by the shoes. Then we have the verb phrase she nobody Otavio and same as before. This verb phrases also made up off three different elements, but instead of using the verb, keep that we used a verb. Shanta Cinta is a verb we used to talk about wearing things around our feet. So as well as talking about footwear such as shoes and trainers. We can also use the verb Shanta to talk about wearing socks. Let's take a look at a few other example sentences, you know, machine about the hotel. Can I try on these trainers? You know why she know about the hotel? He send the Russian Open Hotel? Can I try on the sandals he send the machine about? Oh, to hell. Okay, so let's practice asking these questions. E Simba. Seen a bottle tail? He's embarrassing. Abbado tail, you know, machine A bad hotel. E. Send this in about Dota. Excellent job. Well done. Next to ask the customer shoe size, the shop staff asked they side yoga or talk it. Hell, yes. What's your size? The saiga or Tokyo to hell. First we have the polite form of yes, there. And then we have the question side cigar docket hair. Watch your size. In this question, we use the English word size phonetically in Korean to refer to size. And we have this question or dark hair, tail and out. Okay, as we learn before can mean how. But it can also mean what? Depending on the context it is used in. And then we have the polite form of the verb Tedder tail, which can have many different meanings. But in this question, it means to be, and this question structure or dark hair tail is one of the most common question structures in Korean. We can use this question to ask for many different kinds of information from people. So whether you are asking for someone's name, phone number or their address, we can use this structure. Auto care to hail in the question Lester was speaking practice off, asking someone shoe size. They side Giga Watt. Okay, area they size ago. Locadia their sides ago. Togadia. That was great. Well done. Finally, to say what your shoe sizes you can say be cooks. I General Patty L. It's eight in American size Meego oxide. Zero patio. First, we have Big Hook Saijo, and this means in American size, and this is made up off beagle, meaning America or American and side you meaning size. And the particle law means in in this phrase. And then we have party ale. Meaning is eight and the meaning off the subject. It is implied, so it's interpreted as meaning it is eight. Earlier, we learned that when we refer to a specific size, we say the number word and then say Saja. However, when referring to sizes from other country, we say the country name in size together first and then say the size number Here are a few more example. Sentences. Younger oxides. It'll clear it's nine in UK size. Younger oxide Rocawear. You'd upside euros. Hash. CBL It's 40 in you size. You're upside euros hashi p a. L. Okay, so let's practice saying what a shoe sizes be. Gook's side Digital Party Ale be Brookside Ropati ao young Brookside zero quail. You'd upside euros Hash CBL. Fantastic job today. Well done. Let's listen to the whole dialogue one more time. E sim by Seen a bottle tail. They Siderca out. Okay, area be Gook's side. Digital party ale. He's embarrassing. Abbado tail. They size ago. Locadia be Brookside Ropati ao. Today we learned how to ask if we can try on a pair of shoes and how to say what our shoes sizes as always. Please do the review lesson for further speaking practice, but I'll Susan again in the lesson after that. But why 49. Can I try on these shoes? (Speaking Drill): Baba. Baba, sunglasses, Sabato. Ciao. Yeah. Yeah. 50. I'll take this.: Hello there in this. Listen, we're going to learn how to say I will take this when you've made a decision to buy something. As always will first listen to a dialogue between a customer in a shop staff. And after that, we'll take a look at each line in detail. Tired Eba, Portia Soyo. They ego Abigail, Charity Bubble Just, sire. They egos. I care first to ask if everything is fine after customer has try something on a Korean shop . Staff usually asks tire bebop. We just saw. Was everything okay? TaII bump we just saw Now the literal translation off this question doesn't mean Was everything okay? Tired means well. And as we learned before he before that means to try something on. And eba Portia soil is the past and honorific form off me before there. So the literal translation off this question is, did you try on Well, so it's similar in meaning to Was everything okay in English? So let's first practice asking this question. Tyree Babu Messiah Tired Eba Portia Soyo Charity Bubble Just sire entirely. Barbosa's excellent show. Whoa! Done then, in response to say that you would take the item of clothing you have tried on. You can say their egos hike, Gail. Yes, I will take this. The Eagles had a gale. So first we have the polite form of yes, there. Then we have eager meaning this. And then we have the vote phrase Sicario, which is made up. All the Vargas had a meaning to buy. And Gail, which we used to mean well in English. So egos Herrick ao means I'll buy this. I will take this now as well as using the verbs. Had that to say, I will take this Koreans often used of ob haddock, which means to do to say I will take this. So it's just a common to say their ego. Hey, Gail. Yes. I'll take this. The ego. Hey, Gail. Both phrases air commonly used so you can use either expression to say I'll take this. So let's do a speaking practice off saying I will take this using both Hodder and Habitat. They ego Abigail. They egos. I care their egos had kale, they ego, healthcare. Excellent job today. Well done. Before we end the lesson as a ways, let's listen to the whole dialogue one more time. Tired EBA Portia Soyo. They ego Abigail, Charlie Bobo. Just say they egos. I care. Today we learned what the shop staff might say after you have try something on and how to say you've decided to buy something after trying them on. We have a short review lesson coming up next and our Susan again in the lesson after that. But why? 51. I'll take this. (Speaking Drill): child. EBA Portia, Sire. Child EBA Portia, Sire. Charity Bubble Just sire. Entirely. Barbosa's they egos, I care. They ego healthcare, they ego. I care. They egos. I care. They egos. I care. They ego I care. Charity Bubble Just, sire. They egos. I care. Charity Bubble Just, sire. They ego, I care. 52. Can I try this lipstick?: Hi there. In this lesson, we're going to learn how we can ask if we can try something in a store. This expression will be particularly useful when you're shopping for makeup in Korea. As always, let's first listen to a dialogue between a customer and a shop staff ego. Sabadell Trail. Nay. So Bush. Our door Peo iko Sabato Tail the sub Bouchardeau tail First, When you're shopping for makeup, you may want to try using something and to ask this question, you can say eager so bad. Oh, tail, Can I try this Eagle Soba Dotel First we have eager and this means this. In an earlier lesson, we learned that we use this structure Salvador tail to ask if we can wear hats and sunglasses. And this verb structure uses the verb sedar, which means to wear things around our face and head. However, the verb sida also means to use so we can use this verb when asking if we can use cosmetic products such as lotion, lipstick or foundation in cosmetic stores. Now we can also use the verb powder that when talking about putting on or applying cosmetic products such as lotion or foundation But when we're asking to try something in a shop we generally used of Arba Sydor with all cosmetic products, here are a few more example. Questions. E lip Citic Sabado Tail Can I try this? Lipstick The lip Citic Sabado Tail e by cicada Soba Dotel Can I try this mascara e by cicada So bad? Oh, tail! And as you could hear a lot of the Korea make up names or just English word but said frenetically in Korean, less first practice asking these questions. Ego Sabadell Trail iko Sabato Tail e bescot a so bad out here, Edith's itics are I don't care. That was great. Well done. Now to say that you can try using the makeup, the shop staff said their PSA Bouchardeau tail. Yes, you can try it the suppose Yellowtail. First we have the polite form of yes, there. And in this response, instead of saying Sabado Tail, which was used in the question, the shop stuff uses the honorific form Sabato tale to be even more polite, and it's actually fine to use either expression. But it's quite common in Korea for shop staff to use very respectful language to customers , so Let's practice saying yes, you can try it Their Subagyo door tail. Nay. So bush. Our door peo the sub Bouchardeau Teya they suppose Yakutia Fantastic job Today before we end the lesson, let's listen to the full dialogue one more time. Ego Sabadell Trail Nay So Bush our door peo iko Sabato tail The subways are don't care. Okay, so today we learned how to ask whether it's OK to try using something in a cosmetic store. The next lesson is, as always, a review lesson and our Susan again in the lesson after that by 53. Can I try this lipstick? (Speaking Drill): Iko Sabado Tria iko Sabado Trail Iko Sabato Tail e bescot a so bad out here Edith Citic Sabado tail e bescot a so bad out here they so Bouchardeau tail they so Bouchardeau tail the sub Bouchardeau Teya They suppose Djotodia Iko Sabato tail the sub Bouchardeau Teya e bescot are so bad out here they support Djotodia. 54. Please give me two of these.: Hi there. In this lesson, we'll learn how to say, Please give me two of these. When we've decided to buy something, Let's first listen to a dialogue between a customer in a shop staff, and after that we'll take a look at each line in detail. Bottom A to sail. They ego do gay do say, uh, biomed his hail. They eat going to get us there first to ask if the customer likes to product the shop staff can ask Bala made to sail. Is it to your liking, Mom? A. To say, Oh, biomed to Seo is the honorific form off the phrase mile mate Ouda. And this, for phrase, means to be to one's liking. Mao means the mind and two that means to enter. So the literal translation off biomed two there is to enter one's mind. So we use this phrase to say that something is exactly what I had in mind or I like something and we can use it in a question like this to ask if someone like something and you can use the polite form by omerta Dia or the casual form by omitted are depending on who you're talking to. But if you find something you like when you're shopping and you want to say that that thing is exactly what you had in mind, then you can say ego by Mitutoyo Ik Obama today. Okay, so let's first to a speaking practice off asking this question. Biomed to sail. Is it to your liking? Bartolomei to sail biomed his hail biomed Josiah, That was great. Well done, then, to say yes and ask for two of the products you have just tried. You can say they're eager to get you. Say are yes. Please give me two of these. There he got forget you say. Oh, now we've really learned this phrase. Choose Seo, which means please give me so we say, eager to get meaning These two or two of these in front of choose a are toe. Ask for two off these products. This phrase choosier is an extremely useful phrase which you can use in various places such as in shops but also in restaurants. To request someone to give you something. Here are a few more example sentences there he goes on to get you say, uh, yes. Please give me two of these lotions. They're erosion to get your sale. They're the lips. Citic gauges They are? Yes. Please give me two of these lipsticks. They're e lipstick to gauge your sale. Okay, so let's practice saying these sentences, they ego do gay to say, uh, the ego to get Is there their egos untrue? Gauges they are. They eat if Citic to get his hair. Excellent job today. Whoa! Done. Before we end the lesson, let's listen to the food dialogue one more time. Bottom A to sail. They ego do gay juice a, uh my lament his hail they ego to get is there. Okay, So today we learned how the shop staff can ask if you like a product and how we can say please give me two of these when we've decided to buy something. Don't forget to the review lesson that follows after this and I'll Susan again in the lesson after that. But by 55. Please give me two of these. (Speaking Drill): biomed to sail biomed to sail My limit is hale biomed Josiah they ego to get you say ah they ego to get you say, ah they you going to get? Is there their egos untrue gauges? Here they eat if Citic to get his hair there. It goes on to get his hair My limit is hale They you going to get? Is there biomed Josiah? Their egos untrue Gauges they are. 56. I'll pay by card.: Hi there. In this lesson, we're going to learn how to say I'll pay by card in Korean. Let's first listen to a dialogue between a customer and a shop staff. And after that we'll take a look at each line in detail. Or talk a coach. A hash ika Soyo Coddle Carrie Day. Hi, Gail. What? OK, Courage Cardinal carried Gaia first to ask how the customer will pay for the goods. The shop stuff can ask our talk a coach as you get. So how would you like to pay what Doc Care Co Jesse gets? So this question is made up off. What? Okay, Meaning how and the verb phrase culture has she gets. So this verb phrase is made up off two parts. First we have the honorific form off culture Hata, Kolchuha, Ashida and this verb means to pay for goods to settle a bill. Then we have the polite form of the verb ending, kept their castle yo, and we use this verb ending to talk about one's intentions. And when it's used in question forms, it's similar to would like to in English. So this verb phrase co chair Hashi gesso is used to mean. Would you like to pay less practice asking this question or doc? A coach has she gets Soyo? What? OK, courage as guests Area. Oh, okay, Courtesy esa. That was excellent. Well done after that to say that you will pay by a card, you can say cuddle Khoja Gail, I'll pay by card cuddle Coach Lugo. First we have carded. Or which is made up off CADA referring to a card. And it's used with the particle law, which means by or with in this context. And then we have the verb phrase khoja Hey Gail, which combines the Bob Coach shahada, meaning to pay to settle a bill. And Gail, which means will so altogether. Cardinal Coach Eric your means pay by card or all pay by card in Korean. Credit card is Xinyang CADA, and a debit card is hunger Moncada and we can specify which form of card we're going to use . So we could say Xinyang, Contador, Tota Head Gail or hunger in Collateral. Carteret co body in Korean is quite common. Just to say that we will pay by card. Let's take a look at a few more example. Sentences hunger model Kotecha. I'll pay by cash. Hunger, moral clarity. Erica so pure or co gerica I'll pay by cheque Superior local Cherica in Korea, checks superior are quite different. They're not written out by people with checkbooks, but they're issued by banks. So quite often you can use checks to pay for goods in stores. Okay, so let's do a speaking practice off the sentences. Coddle Carrie Day. Hi, Gail Cardinal carried Decca Hunger Model coach Eric Gale. Superego Kotecha. Great job today. Well done. Let's listen to the whole dialogue again before we end the lesson or doc a coach has she gets Soyo Coddle Carrie Day hike! Gail. What? Ok, courage Cardinal carried Decca. Okay, so today we learned how we can say I will pay by card in Korea. Please remember to do the review lesson for further speaking practice and our Susan again in the following lesson. But by 57. I'll pay by card. (Speaking Drill): auto que culture. Has she gets Soyo or talk A coach? Has she gets Soyo? What? OK, courage, I guess. Area. Oh, okay. Courtesy Esa cadeau carried a high Gail Cadeau carried a high Gail Cardinal carried Decca Hunger Model Coach Eric Gale. Superego Kotecha Hunger model Coach Eric Gale. What? OK, courage as you get SIA Cardinal carried Decca. Oh, ok, carry Jesse gets ill hunger Monaco Cherica 58. Please give me a discount.: Hi there. In this lesson, we're going to learn some useful language you can use when you're trying toe haggle with a shop owner. Now it's unlikely that you would get discounts when you're shopping at big stores like Nike or Apple stores. But if you're shopping at places like Tongue Damon or at Young's and Electron ICS Market, you should definitely ask what this count as the shops at these places are made up off independence store owners and they can be persuaded to lower their prices a little. So let's first listen to a dialogue between a customer and a shop owner. Tom Sagay Hazers Hail E me Son Cargo G a o Younger model Big Gail Tom Zaca His Izale e me son Cargo, Yale, Congo Daycare First to ask for a discount. We can say Jerome, Saga head Josiah, Please give me a discount. Jerome Saga Hedges Sale First we have a chum and chum is a shortened form off Children and Children means a little Koreans often pronounce this word John instead of Jon. So in spoken Korean, John is okay, too. Then we have sag it, and this combines the adjective Sadah, which means to be cheap and the particle k. Now we use the particle care with adjectives to mean in this way, so saga it means in a cheap way. After saiget, we have hedges hail, which combines the verb Hodder, meaning to do and choose a O, which we used to ask someone to do something for us. So the whole sentence Tom saiga hedges heo means please do this for me a little cheap. Please give me a discount. Okay, so let's practice making this request. Tom Sagay Hazers Ale. Tom Zaca, His Izale Jim Sokka Hedges Hail. That was excellent. Well done in response and as you'd expect from most store owners, the store owner said. EMI San Cargo Gol It's already a bargain. Amy Santiago Guia in this sentence, E me means already, and we previously learned that Korean adjectives are like Bob's, so Sadah means to be cheap. However, we can change Korean adjectives to B'more like English adjectives so that they are used in front of now owns, and the rules off conjugating them is quite complex. But if the adjective stem doesn't end in a patch him, then we add knee and as patch in to the adjective stem. So the adjectives them off Sadah is sad. And since it doesn't end in a patch him, we add me and as patch him to change it to be more like English adjectives. So Sadah becomes son, and we use this in front of the noun Kaga, which means price. And lastly, we hav e a O, which is the polite form off Eder, and either works like the English be verb so altogether. Emmy San Kogure means the price is already cheap. It's already a bargain. Okay, so let's practice saying this sentence E me son Cargill g a o Amy San Cargo, Yale Amy Santiago G. L. That was great. Well done. The final sentence is for those shop owners who love a cash deal. Hunger Moreau. There, Kail. I'll pay by cash. Hunger modo their care. Younger model means by cash, and it's made up off hunger, which means cash. And it'll which means by in this context and the verb phrase nee ko means will pay in Korean, there are several verbs that can mean to pay. In the previous lesson, we learned character had ER, which means to settle a bill but it's often used to mean pay for a bill. Similarly, NEDA is also used to describe paying for a bill, and in many situations we can use either culture had a or leather. So in this situation we can say hunger, mood order, ko. But we could also say hunger model Kolchuha care. Both are fine. Lastly, we have Eric AO and as we learned before, this verb ending means will so all together Hunger Model day ko Means will pay by cash. I'll pay by cash. Okay, so let's practice saying I'll pay by cash Hunger model daycare Younger model they Gail, Congo Daycare Hunger model Derrick Yale Great job today. Well done. Let's listen to the whole dialogue one more time. Tom Sagay Hazers Ale e me son Cargo G a o younger model They Gail Tom Zaca, His Izale e me son Cargo Gail Congo Daycare. Today we learn how we can ask for a discount when we're shopping at places like Tom DeMann or at Young's an electron ICS market. As the store owners are more likely to give you a discount at these locations for further speaking practice, please take the review lesson after this, and I'll see you soon again in the lesson after that. But why 59. Please give me a discount. (Speaking Drill): Tomczak Ahead. Josiah Tomczak Ahead. Josiah Tom Zaca, His Izale Film, Psycho Hedges, Hail E Me, Son Cargo G a O E Me Son Cargo G A O E Me Son Cargo Yale. Amy Santiago Guia. Younger Model Daycare Younger Model Day, Kale, Congo Daycare Hunger Model. Derek Gehl, Tom Zaca, His Izale E Me Son Cargo, Yale Hunger, Moto Daycare, Jim Sokka Hedges, Hail Amy Santiago, Kia Hunger Model Derrick Yale. 60. Unit 4 Introduction: hi there, and welcome to the unit on restaurants. Now, when you're learning the language and need for restaurants, you also need to learn the target countries restaurant culture. For example, when you're learning English, you need to learn how to order starters and main dishes as that's quite a common practice in Western restaurants. However, in Korean restaurants we don't order starters and main dishes separately. We order the main dish, and the side dishes come out with the main dishes at the same time. So as we learn, useful language you can use in Korean restaurants will also give you some insight into the Korean restaurant culture. And that will give you a better understanding of why we're learning certain expressions in this unit. Okay, so the next lesson is our first lesson on the language and need in Korean restaurants. See you then. Bye bye. 61. Two people, please.: Hi there. In this lesson, we're going to learn how to say how many people are in your party when you go to a restaurant. Let's first listen to a dialogue between a customer and a restaurant staff, and after that we'll take a look at each line in detail. Bell Poon is hale to Melia. No ponies. Hail to Amillia. First to ask how many people are in the party. The restaurant staff can ask your pony sale. How many people are there? Be a ponytail. First we have built and this means how many. And then we have the counter word for people put now in Korea, there are two counter words, and they are young and planned, and we use putting when we need to be more respectful to the other person. Lastly, we have detail, which is the honorific form off the Korean beef up, either. So Bill Pony sale means how many people are they? Let's practice asking this question. Belt Boone is hale. Yup. Boonies. Hail Japanese air. Great job. Well done, then, to say how many people there are in the party, we can say to Myung Year two people, please to Myung Yeah, First we have to Myung and this is made up off to meaning to and the counter word Myung. Now, in this situation, it would be inappropriate to say to boo near as when you're referring to yourself You should never say poon as be only used spoon to refer to other people. So when you're referring to yourself, you should always use Myung. Then we have the subject particle e use with to Myung And then we had the particle your at the end which we can add to make phrases and sentences into polite forms So effectively to myung me means to people and you're at the end means please. Here are a few more examples Name Young Year four people please name Young year Your some young year Six people please Jassem young year. Okay, great. So let's now practice saying these phrases to Melia to Amillia Name Young Yeah, Joo's Amillia! Great job! Well done. Let's listen to the whole dialogue one more time. Bell Poon is Heo to Melia, the open Izale to Amillia. Today we learned to say how many people there are in your party when you go to a restaurant . The next lesson is a review lesson for further practice, and after that I will see you there for more useful expressions. But why? 62. Two people, please.: be up, boonies. Hail be up, boonies. Hail the open Izale Japanese air. Two millennia. Two millennia to Amillia. Name Young. Yeah. Joo's Amillia name. Young? Yeah. The open Izale to Amillia. Be up Tunisia. Name Young. Yeah. 63. Can we order a little later, please?: Hi there. In this lesson, we'll learn the language you can use when you need more time to think about what you want to order in. Restaurants now similar to restaurants in most other countries, once you've been seated and had a bit of time to look at, the menu are waiting. Staff will come by to take your order in Korea, but in Korea, most restaurants don't ask if you want to order drinks. First, you tend to order everything together. So if you're not quite ready to order, today's expressions should come in quite handy. Let's first listen to a dialogue between a customer and a restaurant staff. Human Haishi Casado Toe Goodman Poet Dagger to manhandle trail Human as you get SIA Toga man Toy dagger Jamuna Dodea. First to ask if you're ready to order. The restaurant staff can ask Cumin. Has she gets soya? Would you like to order? Human? Has she gets soya? This verb phrases made up off two verbs. First we have the honorific form off. Human had a human hashiba, which means to order, and the second part is cast Soyo, which, as we learned in an earlier lesson, is used to talk about intentions. But when it's used in questions, it's similar to would like to. So we can use this verb ending informal context to politely ask what the other person wants . Let's first practice asking this question. Human Haishi Casado to Monash against SIA to modernize against style. That was great. Well done. Now then, to say that you need more time to think about what you want. You can say took a man toy tag a human head hotel. Can we order a little later, please? Children, Man Toy Taggart, Human heads or tail. Okay, so let's break down this sentence first. We have Children manta, meaning just a little more. And this is made up off Choge. Um, meaning a little man, meaning just and talk, meaning more. Then we have a dagger, and this means later. And this is made up off. Eat that meaning later. And the subject particle car. Lastly, we have to moon head or tail Meaning can I order. And this combined the verb Human had a meaning to order and tall tale which we used to ask for permission similar to can in English. So all together toga Manto, It tag a human head or tail means Can we order a little more later? Can we order a little later, please? Okay, so let's practice saying this question. Toga, man Toy dagga Tochterman toyed dagger to Manado Trail Took a man toy dagger Jamuna Dodea to a man Toyota got, um Unidos here. Excellent job today. Well done. Let's listen to the whole dialogue one more time. Human Haishi Casado Toga man. Toy dagger Tumen Ido tria Jamuna Chiesa took a man toy to money Dota. Okay, so today we learned how to ask if we can have more time to think about what we want to order in restaurants. The review lesson is next. So please take that lesson for more speaking practice and our Susan again in the lesson after that. But why? 64. Can we order a little later, please? (Speaking Drill): cumin has Sheikha soya cumin Hashi Guess Soya June as she gets SIA to modernize against style Tochterman toyed gaga to Manado Trail Tochterman toyed gaga to Manado Trail toga man Toy dagger Jamuna Dodea to a man, Toyota got, um Unidos here took a man toy dagger Jamuna Dodea, June as she gets SIA toga Montoya dagger Germany Dodea to modernize against style to a man Toyota got, um Unidos here. 65. What's delicious here?: hello there. So in this lesson, we're going to learn how we can ask for recommendations in Korean restaurants. Now, unless you're familiar with names of different Korean dishes, you may be a little lost when you're looking at a menu in Korean restaurants and in such situations, we often ask the waiting staff to recommend something to us. So today's expressions should be useful in these situations. Let's first listen to a dialogue between a customer and a restaurant waiting staff or some gay Bisys soil trying in Kai be Tunney bashes soil. Don't get by Isis style China and KB Tangy My Cecelia first to ask for recommendation. We can say what hunger bashes, sire. What's delicious? What would you recommend or don't get by Cecelia First we have not done and not done can correspond to either which or what, depending on the context it is used in. Then we have care, which is a shortened form off Kashi. And as we learned before, cod refers to one or thing and E is a particle that refers to the subject. So what? Deng Kashi What hunger means which one? Then we have the present and polite form of the adjective bassett the marshes soil, which means to be delicious but means taste, and it that means to have so bash it. That means the food has taste, and we use this to describe something as being delicious in Korean. Conversely, bad up there, which means the food doesn't have taste, means something is not delicious. So all together, our dong game ashes soya means which ones delicious. What's delicious in Korean? There is another word that means to recommend, and this is to China. But usually if we want to ask the restaurant to recommend something to us, we generally ask along the lines off what's delicious here. This is a more natural question to ask. So let's first practice asking this question or some gay Bisys soil. Don't get by Isis style. What Hunger by Isis Sire. That was great wot done now. Then, to recommend some dish. The waiting staff said China in KB, tangy Bisys Soya kai be tongue is delicious here. China and KB tangy by Isis oil. First we have chai, which means we and issues with a topping marker. And then, when you say Choi in far speech the here in the second syllable is almost silent, so it's chai tie. Then we have the name of the food, which in this case is Kai Be Tang, and this is used with the subject Marker E. Lastly, we have the same adjective Bisys soil. From the question to say that for us, Kai be Tang is delicious. Chi Baton is delicious here, and in case you're wondering what cable tang is, it's a beef rip Ralph soup usually served with a bowl of rice. Let's take a look at a few other example sentences. Tynan's Hamdi Up Study by Cecilia Pork Belly slice is delicious Here. Join and summing up study by Isis, Sire China and Damiani My sista Lingayen is delicious here. China and Damiani my sista. Okay, great. So let's do a speaking practice off these sentences. Trying in Kai Be Tunney bashes Soil China and KB Tangy, My Cecelia Toying and something up Study by Isis style Join and Damiani My desire. Excellent job today. Well done. Let's listen to the whole dialogue one more time or some gay Bisys style trying in kai be Tunney bashes soil don't get by Isis style China and KB tangy. My Cecelia. Okay, so today we learned to ask the restaurant waiting staff to recommend something to us in Korean. And we do this by asking them what's delicious here. And that's it for this lesson. And I was using again after the review lesson bye for now. 66. What's delicious here? (Speaking Drill): Autumn Gabe Isis Toya Autumn Gabe Isis Toya Oh, don't get by Isis Style What? Hunger by Isis, Sire China in KB Tangy Bisys soil Jinan Carby, Tangy bashes Soil China and KB Tangy My Cecelia Toing and Something up Study by Isis style Join and Damiani My desire Toying and something up Study by Isis style Don't get by Isis style China and KB Tangy My Cecelia What Hunger by Isis, Sire Toing And something up Study by Isis style. 67. Is this spicy?: Hello there. In this lesson, we're going to learn how to ask if a certain dish is spicy. Let's first listen to a dialogue between a customer and a restaurant staff, and after that we'll go through the dialogue in detail. Eagle Mayor, while you could. Okay. MEP t an i o ego boyo Could not kept Yana first to ask if something is spicy. We can ask ICO Berroya is this spicy? Iko Buyoya The key word is bare Arroyo and this is the polite form of the adjective Byetta , which means to be spicy. So eager, Berroya means Is this spicy? Now this is a useful question to ask if you had no idea that a dish was spicy However, if you knew that something was going to be spicy and you wanted to find out how spicy that food Waas, then you can ask ego by an email warrior. Is this very spicy? Iko Bonnie Mae Oil Bonnie actually means a lot, but in everyday speech we often use this word in a similar way to vary so eager. Bonnie Manojlo means Is this very spicy. Let's take a look at a few other example questions ego Sharia is this sour ego Sharia ego Banish oia is this very sour ego Banish hoya. He got hot I o Is this sweet? He got Herrera ego Bonnie Daraya Is this very sweet ego, Benita. Okay, so let's practice asking these questions. Ego, baby Oil Iko Bonnie Mae Oil Ego Sharia ik o bon Ishaya Iko Todd Ill iko Bonnie that I'll That was great. Well done. In response, the restaurant waiting staff said, could not care bit. Tianna is not that spicy. Could all kept Tianna to say that it's not spicy Weaken Simply add ghee, enter to the adjective stem off better So it becomes Beppe t Antah. And in this sentence we have the polite form MEP G and I O at the front. Off the sentence we have this word Could Ocoee and could not care, can be used in many different ways. But if we use it in a negative sentence using adjective it as the meaning off not very or not that much, so could all came empty and I o means it's not very spicy. It's not that spicy in terms of pronunciation care include Ocoee is pronounced as a cheick sound as to here in the second syllable. Assimilates with a key up in the third syllable So it's not could or gay, but it's could Okay, good. Okay, here are a few more examples Could not care she Deana it's not that sour could Okay CD and I are good. OK, piety and I are It's not that sweet Could locate Heidi and I are Okay, so let's practice saying these sentences could okay mep t an i o could not kept Yana could Okay, sit down Now you don't get high, John, I o Excellent job. Well done. Let's listen to the whole dialogue one more time, Eagle Mayor while you could Okay mep t an i o ego baby oil could all kept Yana Okay, so today we learn how toe ask if a certain dish is spicy And we also came across a few other adjectives we can use to describe the taste of food which was shida to be sour and paradigm to be sweet. The review lesson follows after this and our Susan again in the lesson after that but by 68. Is this spicy? (Speaking Drill): ego, boyo. Ego Sharia Iko Todd Ill Iko Bonnie Mae Oil Iko Bonnie Data Ego Banish Oye Could Okay mep t on io could Okay mep t an i o could not kept Yana could Okay city at now. You don't get Heidi and I are could Okay, sit down now ego boyo could not kept Yana Ego Bonnie show could okay city at now. 69. Can we have this please?: Hi there. In this lesson, we will learn the language you can use to order food in restaurants. Let's first listen to a dialogue between a customer and a restaurant waiting stuff and after that would take a look at each line in detail. Cumin has she gets Soyo. Kyle beat on hunger, Josiah. Cumin. As you get soya carving a tongue hunger to CIA. First to ask if we're ready to order. The waiting staff can ask Human as you get, Sire, Would you like to order human as you get, sire? Now we've really learned this question before, and this question is made up off the Bob Human Honda, which means to order and the verb ending cast soil. Which means would like to. So let's first practice asking this question. Juman hash. She gets Soyo, Cumin As you get soya Tumen Isaac s style. That was great. Well done. Now, before we start looking at how we can order things in Korean, it's important to note that traditionally Korea meals don't have starters, mains and desires, so everything you order comes out together. Having said that, there are now more and more restaurants where you can order a course mill so that the dishes come out in a staggered manner. However, most Korean restaurants will bring out the food you order all at the same time. So very rarely do you have to order the starter, the mains or deserts in Korean restaurants. Okay, so with that in mind, let's look at how we order food in Korea now to order food and restaurants we can use Choose a O, which means please give me like this Kai be tongue hung gauges say, Oh, please give me one kind. Be 10 k V tongue hung gauges ale to order food. We first say the name of the food and then state how many we want, which in this case is hunger. Meaning one han is a shortened form off the native Korean number word Hannah meaning one NK is account a word. Lastly, we have choose a O, which means please give me. Here are a few more example Sentences Damien two gauges ale. Please give me tuning union Damien to get his hair. Kai be tang Hungary landing me in to get you say Oh, please give me one. Kai be 10 and tuning me in Ky. V. Tang Hungary Finding Me Untrue Gauges Sale In the second example, we have Lang, which means and in Korea less practice saying these sentences Kyle Be tongue hunger juicio curvy tongue hunger to Zeya, Damien to get a sale. Could be 10 hand get ending, man to gauge is here. That was great wot done now in many Korean restaurants, you have to order certain foods in portions. This is particularly common in barbecue restaurants, where a portion of meat is usually measured in grams. But ordering in portions is very common in many other restaurants. And to order food and portions, we can say Sanjay upside eating Boonchu Seo, Please give me one portion of hung upside, the upside it in Bunches sale. Now the structure off this sentence is the same as the sentence we just learned. But the key difference here is the word that refers to a portion, and that's Emblen. When we order individual dishes we use, the counter would care with shortened forms off native career numbers. Han end to, However, when we order portions with England, we have to use Sino Korean numbers here N. E. So this is something to keep in mind as you do The speaking practice. Here are few more example Sentences take. You gotta be in Bunches Ale. Please give me two portions off Magic. I'd be Ted, you gotta be in Buju sale. Some jobs are eating boomerang. Ted, you gotta be in Bunda. Seo, please give me a portion off something upside and two portions off. Tragic. I be some g upside eating boomerang. Ted, you gotta be in, wouldn't you say? Oh, now in the second sentence, we see this word Eden and Eden also means And but the difference between langue and Iran is that we use land. If the now before doesn't have a patch him, such as K But with announce that end in Pattyn such as Emblen, then we use Iran. Okay, so with that in mind, let's do a speaking practice off the sentences. Some jobs I eating Boonchu Seo. Some groups are eating, but you say Oh, too easy. I would be in binges here. Some jobs are eating Boone, Iran. Ted, you gotta be in Bunches. Hail. Excellent job today won't on. Let's listen to the whole dialogue one more time. Cumin Has she gets Soyo Kyle be tongue, hunger, juicio, cumin as you get soya carving a tongue hunger to CIA. Okay, so today we learned how to order food in restaurants. Now, of course, you could just point at something on the menu and say eagles who say, Oh, please give me this. He got you. Say, Oh, but instead we looked at the language you can use in more detail so that you can order separate dishes and also food that comes in portions. Okay, so that's it for this lesson. And I'll see you again after the review lesson, but by 70. Can we have this please? (Speaking Drill): cumin has she gets. So you cumin has she gets Soyo Cumin? As you get soya Tumen Isaac s style Kyle beat Tom Hunger to say Oh, Kyle beat Tom Hunger to say Oh, carving a tongue hunger to Zeya ding me until gauges sale Could be 10 hand get ending man to gauge is here. Ding me until gauges sale some jobs. I eating Boonchu Seo some gaps. I eating Boonchu Seo. Some groups are eating binges. They are too easy. I would be in binges here. Some jobs are eating. Boone, Iran. Ted, you gotta be in Bunches. Hail. Too easy. I would be in binges here. Cumin as you get soya carving a tongue hunger to CIA Tumen. Isaac s style. Some jobs are eating. Boone, Iran. Ted, you gotta be in Bunches. Hail. 71. Can we have more 김치, please?: hi there. So in this lesson, we will learn the language you can use to catch the waiting staff's attention and to ask for additional side dishes. Now, Korea meals are usually accompanied with an array off side dishes, which are called Panton in Korea, and in most Korean restaurants in the UK, you have to pay extra toe. Ask for additional side dishes like kimchi. However, this is not the case. In Korea. Side dishes such as kimchi are always and I mean always free. So if you want more side dishes, you can ask form or at any time during your meal. So let's first listen to a dialogue between a customer and a restaurant waiting staff. And after that, we'll take a look at each line in detail. Tell G o Kim Tetum produce Hail they cata to Derrick Yale. Tokyo came to Toronto. Josiah, they gotta did it. Gail First to catch the waiting staff's attention and ask for something we can say. Child Guia kimchi. Jeon told us they are. Excuse me, please give me more committee. Chill, Guia Kimchi. Jeon told you first, When we want to catch the restaurant staffs attention, we can say cha gi Oh, and this is made up off cha GI, meaning over there and your, which is a particle, we add to make phrases polite. So this phrase charge geo kinda means, Hey, you over there. But in a very polite way now, another common phrase we used to catch someone's attention is Ugo, Ugo and Yogi means here. So we say your G o to kind of mean over here, please. Now, in other situations, we use Charge Geo and Yogi, or differently as they refer to something here or there. However, in restaurants, both phrases can be used to catch the waiter's attention so you can use either of them and in Korean restaurants, rather than trying to make eye contact with a waiter and try to catch their attention. In that way, you can just quietly shoutout Ugo Ugo to catch the waiting staff's attention. That's perfectly normal in Korean restaurants. After that, we say what we want in the sentence, which in this case is kimchi and then say Tom, the meaning a little more. And lastly we see this phrase we have seen many times before, which is choose a oh, and it means, please give me. Let's take a look at fume or example sentences. Yogi. Oh, boo Jum touches a l. Excuse me, please. Give me more water. Yogi. Abu Dujan touches Tokyo Pan Syndrome. Tojo Excuse me. Please give me more Penton. Taleggio Pentangelo. Josiah! Okay, so let's practice saying these sentences tell G o Kim Tetum produce Hail Tokyo. Kim did, um told Josiah Yogi. Oh, boo jum Dodgers Hail! Tell Gil Pen tandem told Josiah. Great job. Well done. Now, in Korean barbecue restaurants, you often have to change the barbecue grill. And you can request the waiting staff to do this. When the grill looks overused To make this request, we can say Yogi. Oh, Pankaj Asseo. Excuse me, could you please change the grill, Yogi? Oh, Pankaj is a Oh, grill in Korean is pan and evolve Phrase carajo. Seo means Please change. And this is made up off the verb Qaeda, which means to change, replace and choose a O which we use with Bob's to request someone to do something for us. So altogether pan carajas a out means please change the grill. Could you please change the grill? Less practice making this request yog o pan Carajas ao your gear. Pankaj is a Oh, yo Geel pen Kara Josiah Excellent job. Well done. Finally to say that they will bring more kimchi. The waiting staff said they're katada Gail. Yes. I'll bring it to you Their car chatted Mikhail First we have the polite. Yes, there. Then we have cut that indicate which means I'll bring it to you in an earlier Listen, we learned that casual dire TVKO means I'll bring it to you. And this combines cajoled a teda which is an honorific form off cattle diets to their meaning to bring something. And Ugo, which means will and basically had data. Degale is a contracted form off Kasuga Gail So they have the same meeting. Now, if we had requested for the grill to be changed, then the waiting staff's response would be different. They might say they karate decay. Oh, yes, I'll change it for you there. Karatedo, Mikhail. So we first combined Qaeda and teda to form car Adelita, which means to change something for someone. And then we add Uko meaning will. So Kara TVKO means will change for somewhat. Okay, so let's practice both They cut that TVKO and they karate Degale they cata to Derrick Yale . They gotta did it, Gail. There cada to degale They Karrada Degale. Excellent job today. Well done. Let's listen to the whole dialogue one more time before we end the lesson. Tell G o Kim Tetum produce. Hail the data to Derrick Yale, Tokyo. Kim did, um, told Josiah they gotta did it, Gail. Okay, so today we learned the language you can use to catch the waiting staff's attention and how to request more side dishes as well as asking for the grill to be changed in Korean barbecue restaurants. The review lesson is next for more speaking practice and our Susan again in the lesson after that. But why? 72. Could we have more 김치, please? (Speaking Drill): tell Gil Kim Tetum told you, Zeya, tell Gil Kim Tetum told you Zeya Tokyo came to Toronto. Josiah! Yogi! Oh, boo jum Dodgers hail Tell Gil Pen Tandem told Josiah Yogi! Oh, boo jum Dodgers hail yog o pan Carajas ao yog o pan Carajas ao your gear Pankaj is a Oh, yo Geel pen Qadisiyah! They cut that Medicare. Their car added it. Gail, they cut that Medicare. They cut that. Did it care? The car added Mikhail, they Karrada degale Tokyo came to Toronto. Josiah, They cut that it Gail. Yo Geel pen Qadisiyah they cut. Added it Gail. 73. Can we pay for the bill, please?: hi there. In this lesson, we're going to learn useful language we can use when paying for meals in restaurants in Korea now in Korea. Once you have finished the meal, there are two different ways to pay for the mill. In some restaurants, you can ask for the bill at the table, but this is more common in Western style restaurants and more upmarket restaurants. More commonly in most Korean restaurants, you can go to the counter by the front door and pay for your mills. So rather than having to ask the waiter to bring the bill and pay for your meal at the table once you have finished your meal, you can get up, go to the counter by the front door and pay for your meal. There. Tables are usually numbered, and most restaurants stuff know where you are set so they can work out your bill quite easily. Let's first listen to a dialogue between a customer and arrest your waiting staff and see what we're going to learn today. Que san. Hey, Jews! Hey you! The demons had shown on year coddle card a high Gail Caison ages hail. Their demands had turned on year. Cut middle carry. Take care now. First, if there's no one at the counter or the person at the counter is not sure how to help you, then you can say casein and you say, Oh, can we pay for the bill, please? Casein ages, Seo. Now, this verb phrase combines the Bob case. And Hodder, which means to calculate and choose a O, which, as we learned before, can be used with verbs to make polite requests in Korea this verb case and had that literally means to calculate. And we can use it to ask the restaurant waiting staff toe work out our bill, or we can use it to describe paying for the bill. So this phrase case on a choose a o means please work out our bill so we can pay. Or can we pay for the bill, please? Okay, so let's first to a speaking practice off this sentence. Que san? Hey, Jews! Hey, you Caison ages! Hail case I did you say l? That was great. Swot done then to say how much the bill is. The restaurant staff said they're humans had pneumonia. Yes, it's 24,001. The demons have tone on year. So first we have there the polite yes. Then we stayed the price e man's hatch on on 24,001 and it's used with a subject particle e . Lastly, we used a particle your at the end to make this a polite statement. So as there is no Beav abused in the Korean sentence, it kind of means yes. 24,001 please. Here are a few more examples there Some man on the year. Yes, it's 30,000 won. Yes, 30,001 please. There some man on your there, you model Tonia? Yes, it's 65,001. Yes, 65,001 please. There you mano, Tonia. It's a pretty simple statements. Or let's practice saying these sentences the demons had shown on year their demands had turned. On year. They summon on you there, you metal Tanya. Great job Well done. Finally, to say that we would pay by card, we can say Cardinal Coach Jack Go. I'll pay by card Cardinal coach Jackie O. Now we've really learned this sentence and coddle means by card, and coach Eric Ao means I'll pay so together. Cardinal coach Eric Gale means I'll pay by card. Let's practice this sentence. And also a sentence that says I'll pay by cash Kado card A high Gail Cut Middle carry Take care Younger model carried Zakia Younger model carried Zakia Excellent job Today won't on Let's listen to the whole dialogue one more time Que san! Hey, Jews! Hey you there Demons had shown on year coddle card a high Gail Caison Ages ale Their demands had turn on year cut middle carry Take care. Okay, so today we learned how we can ask to pay for a bill when we at the restaurant counter as always, to review lesson this next and I'll Susan again in the lesson after that Bye for now. 74. Can we pay for the bill, please? (Speaking Drill): case on a juice A ah ke Sana Jews a ah case An age Izale case I did you say l there demons had shown on year there humans had shown on year their demands had turned on year There you model Tanya They summon on you Kado Kotecha younger model carried Zakia Cardinal Kotecha Younger model carried Zakia case An age Izale their demands had turn on year younger model carried Zakia case I did you say l they summon on you Kado Kotecha 75. Unit 5 Introduction: Hello and welcome to the unit on sightseeing in Korea now. Although Korea isn't so well known for historical landmarks, there are still some very beautiful palace is worth visiting in Seoul. And because of the relations between South and North Korea DMC, the demilitarized zone is a very popular spot for tourists in Korea. In addition, there are also mountains, theme parks and even the sixth tallest building in the world lost their world tower. So there are still some very touristy things that you can do in Seoul. So over the next few lessons you're going to learn useful language you can use. When you visit these places, you're going to learn how to buy admission tickets at tourist sites, how to ask what time the tool guy stars and how to ask what time a certain place closes. And in the next lesson, we're going to start things off by learning how to say one adult, please. So I see you soon in that lesson, but by 76. Two adults, please.: Hi there. In this lesson, we're going to learn the language can use to buy admission tickets at tourist site. Well, first listen to a dialogue, and after that we'll take a look at each line in detail. Be up. Boone is Hale Orden have milieu. The Japanese Hail Olden Amillia. First to ask how many tickets you want. The stuff at the ticket booth can ask the opening sale. How many people are there? Bill ponies. Hail. Now we've really seen this question when we learn to say how many people there are in the party when you first go to a restaurant. So first we have got meaning. How many, then we have the honorific counter word for people put. Then we have the honorific form off. E ao is a o toe. Ask how many people there are in your party. Okay, so let's first to a speaking practice off this question. Be up, Boone. Is hale be up boonies. Hail your ponies area. Great job. Well done. Now, normally, when we buy tickets, we have to say the number off adult Children or even family tickets we want to buy so we can say Orden ham young year. One adult, please. Order and ham. Young Year Orden means an adult. And as we learned before, when we refer to ourselves, we used a counter word Myung rather than plunder So ham young means one person. Then it's used with a subject marker E. And finally we add your at the end to make this into a polite sentence. Here are a few other example sentences. Kodjo tickets. Josiah, please give me a family ticket. PageUp Ticket You Sail Ordered from Young Iran I had mill year, two adults and one child please ordinate from young Iran. I ham young year. In the first example to ask for a family ticket, we use the word casual, which means family and ticket, which we say phonetically in Korea. And lastly, we used to zeo to say, Please give me in the second example toe ask for Children's tickets. We use the word I, which means a child or Children. We can also use the word Audie knee, and this means the child or Children, too, and to say and we use Iran, which we learned in an earlier lesson. Okay, so let's practice thes sentences that asked for certain type or number of tickets. Orden Hamam Al. You Olden Amillia. Casual ticket. Use air old into Miljan I familia. Excellent effort today. Well done. Let's listen to the whole dialogue one more time. Be up. Boone is Hale Orden Have milieu be up, boonies. Hail Olden Amillia! Okay, so today we learned how we can ask for certain tickets when buying admission tickets at tourist site. That's it for this lesson and our Susan again after the review lesson, but by 77. Two adults, please. (Speaking Drill): be up, boonies. Hail be up, boonies. Hail be up, boonies! Hail Japanese area! Olden! Hm. Elio, order in the familia. Casualty catches air old in a milieu. Olden. Two million Iran I familia Casualty catches air old into Miljan. I familia your ponytail. Olden Amillia, Your ponytail old into Miljan I familia. 78. What time's the next tour guide?: Hi there. In this lesson, we're going to learn how to ask what time a tour guide stars now. In some places, like 10 Doc Long, there are specific tours for foreign tourists. So if you wanted to join that tour guide, you will need to find out when the Tour guy starts. So you can use today's expressions to find out what time the Tour guy starts. But today's expressions can also be useful in other situations. When you're trying to find out the start time off many other things, let's first listen to a dialogue off a tourist asking someone when the tour guys starts palm to law qaid and then boc a Sita Kale, Johan Xia Shi, Jack Keough Pound to a light. And in Boch Ducale, your in she s Jack care first to ask what time the tour guide starts. We can ask Town Tour guide in in the RCs. Jackie O. What time does the next tool guides start? Tom Tour Guide in In before she s Takeo. First we have Tom and this means next. Then tour guide in Korean is a loan word and we just say the English word frenetically in Korean. So it's Tour Geidar. So Tom Tour Guider means the next tour guide. Then we have br she and this means what time and issues with a particle A. But as we learned before can mean how many. But it's also used in a variety off context to refer to some kind of number. So here we use it with she which means time or our so together we are she means what time Lastly, we have the presence and polite form of ob she Jakarta she Jack Keough, which means to start. And we say this vote with a rising tone at the end to make it into a question. So all together, Tom talk Aydin nbr she's jak ale means what time does the next tour guy start? Okay, so with that in mind, let's do a speaking practice of asking this question Palm to Law Qaid and then Tom to all Qaed and then boc a Sita kale pound to a light. And in Brosius Ducale count oh, guided and negotiates Ducale. Great job. Whoa! Done. Now then, to say when the next tour guide is, the staff can say your line. She s Jacquet, our it starts at 11 o'clock, your initiates jak ale. First we have your dementia, and we use Native Korean numbers to refer to the our and your hand. Which means 11 is a shortened form off your Hannah. And as we learned in the question, she can mean time. But we can also use it to refer to the hour. Then we use the same verb from the question, the presence and polite form off she, Takada, she, Jack Keough. But because this isn't a question, this statement is said with a falling tone at the end. So it's not she Jack Keough, but she, Jack Keough, she Jack Keough. Let's take a look at two more examples. Sentences your CCB Open a k A. It starts at 10 15 URC Suburban, a city Ko two sheep are Nishida Ko. It starts at 2 30 to Z Panish Ko in the first example sentence to refer to minutes. We use the word pun. Also, when we talk about time, we use Native Korean numbers to refer to the hour and sign our Korean numbers to refer to the minute. So this is an important point to note about telling time in Korea. In the second example sentence to say to 30 we use the word pan, which means half to refer to 30 minutes past the hour. Okay, so let's do a speaking practice off these sentences. Johan Xia Shi Jack Keough, You're in. She s Jack hair your sissy probenecid care two She vanished aka Excellent job today. Whoa! Done. Let's listen to the whole dialogue One more time. Palm to law Qaed and then boc a Sita, Kale, Johan Xia Shi Jack Keough Pound to a light And in Boch Ducale your NCS jack care. Okay, so today we learned how we can ask what time the next tour guy starts when you visit tourist sites as the end off this lesson. And I'll see you again after the review lesson, but by 79. What time's the next tour guide? (Speaking Drill): pound to a guy didn t l c a c k pound to a guy didn BRC a seed a k a pound to a light And in Boch Kale count oh guided and negotiates Ducale Johan she and Zach Ko Johan she and she's ko your and she s Jack hair. You're Sasebo Bonuses care two She vanished aka you're cc boonies. Deduct care pound to a light and go see a sea kale Your NCS jack hair countable guided and negotiates Ducale, you're Sasebo Bonuses care. 80. What time do you close today?: Hi there. In this lesson, we're going to learn how to ask what time or place closes Now imagine you arrive at lot their world, but you had trouble getting a cab. So you arrive at load their world at four. Now. One good thing is that the ticket prices are a little cheaper after four At their world, however, it's already quite late. So you want to know what time the theme park closes. Well, today's expressions can help you in these situations. Let's first listen to a dialogue off a tourist asking when lot their world closes. And after that we'll take a look at each line in detail. Owner BRC a patio ju marin and your Is she a How'd I your to modern and your share that I are first to ask what time a place closes? We can ask only because she it had I owe What time do you close today? Only your shared had I o First we have or know which means today. Then we have this br Shia which we learned in the previous lesson. And this combines Boschee. Meaning what time and the time particle A. Lastly, we have the present and polite form off Pata Taddeo, which means to close. So all together on the br Shia Taddeo means, what time do you close today? Okay, So with that in mind, let's do a speaking practice owner Garcia, paddle ordinary Bashir that I are great job well done. Next to say, when the theme park closes a theme park staff can say Juma, Renan, your Ishi it had io. We close at 10 on weekends to Moren in your Ishi. It had I o First we have to my which means the weekend and this is used with the time particle air as well as the topic particle. And then to indicate that the topic off this sentence is the weekend. Then we have your Shia meaning 10 o'clock. And lastly we have paddle you which, as we mentioned already, is the present and polite form of the Bob Pata meaning to close. So this whole sentence to Marin in your she it had io kind of means asked for the weekend. We close at 10 or we close at 10 on weekends. Let's take a look at two more example Sentences to June nn Alp sheared Whaddaya we close at nine on week days June nn ALPS. Yet had I you do it in in your associated A Are we close at six On Sundays? He'd do it and you associate had I o as you can see in these examples, we can say Chu June to refer to week days or we can refer to specific days like Edie Oya Sunday. Okay, so let's do a speaking practice off the sentences Ju Marin and your Is she a How'd I your to modern and Yoshida that I are to do in and the associated idea water it and then you associate and I are excellent job today. Well done. Let's listen to the whole dialogue one more time Owner BRC a shadow Juma and and you're is here hard I your to modern and your share that I are okay. So today we learned how to ask what time or place closes such as theme parks like lost their world For more speaking practice. Don't forget to do the review lesson and our Susan again in the lesson after that but by 81. What time do you close today? (Speaking Drill): owner Garcia today. Owner Garcia, you never see a data ordinary Bashir that I are to modern in your CIA dot io to modern in your CIA dot io to modern and Yoshida that I are to doing in an autopsy it whaddaya water it and then you associate and I are to do in an autopsy. Eight Whaddaya? You never see a data to modern and your share that I are ordinary Bashir that I are to do in an autopsy. It whaddaya? 82. Unit 6 Introduction: hi there. And welcome to the unit on trains in Korea Now, during your stay in Korea, if you're planning to travel within Korea, the easiest way to get around the country is by using the train network now as well as regular standard trains of Korea, has a very fast railway network called Katie X, and this fast network connects soul with many other major cities around the country, such as it a John, Kwangju, Suzanne and Pickle. And the key point about this network is that it's very fast and the trains are very comfortable. I've used Katie X once before to go from Seoul to pose an, and it was very fast and very comfortable, far better than a possible four hour car journey on the motorway, depending on the traffic. So over the next few lessons, we're going to learn useful language you can use at train stations to buy train tickets and also to ask where you can get the train that goes to your destination. So I'll see you soon in the next lesson. But why 83. Is there a train to Busan tomorrow morning?: Hi there. In this lesson, we're going to learn how to buy train tickets at train stations. Now, of course, there are ticket machines you can use to buy train tickets, or you could even buy them online. But if for whatever reason these options on available, then the only option that's available to you is to buy tickets at the station. So over the next two lessons, we're going to learn the language you need to buy train tickets in Korea. Let's first listen to a dialogue of a tourist buying train tickets in Korea. Kim, Yeah. Pusan, a cannon. Keep tagging. Nio. The Yossi, Samsung is Sai. Kiran, could day Lautenberg Little Pill too gay to sail, nail. Ateneo CIA presented an inky. They could appeal to gauge his hair. First to ask if there is a train at a particular time going to a particular destination, we can ask, they're at chimney or is she a Susanna kind and pizza guy, Nia. Is there a train to present tomorrow morning at ten days? Susanna gun and pizza guy Nia. Now this is a pretty long sentence, so let's break it down. First we have Dale at shimmy or shear and this is made up of Dale tomorrow at chim morning and Yossi, 10 o'clock. And at the end, we use the time particle air. Now in English, we could say this time phrase as tomorrow morning at ten, or attend tomorrow morning. Either is fine really. However, in Korean, we generally say that time words in the order of broad time expressions to specific time expressions. So they will, tomorrow is the proudest time expression referring to the day. Then we have specific parts of tomorrow at chim morning. And then we have the time expression that specifies a point in time during the morning. So we have to say in the order of Dail at chimney or she tomorrow morning at ten in Korean. Next, we have Pusan, a canon, which basically means a train that goes to Pusan. Now, let's look at this phrase in reverse. First we have Kitchen, which means a train. And then we have this phrase, canon. And this is made up of the verb Qaeda, meaning to go and nin, and then can be attached to verb stems to make that verb into an adjective or used as that as in the sentence. So this phrase, canon Kitab means a train that goes. The next part is Pusan, and we've already talked a lot about this part's cool air, and in this sentence means two. So Pusan Eric hadn't kid chart means a train that goes to Pusan, a Train to Busan. Lastly, we have NIO, which as we learned before, is a polite question form of Israel. And we can use this verb, is soil in a similar way to there is in English to ask if something exists. Okay, so that was a pretty long explanation, but hopefully that gives you a better understanding of the question as a whole. Let's take a look at few more examples. They owe to share page on their gun and Qichao guy Nia, is there a train to take on tomorrow afternoon that too they owe to share page omega1 and Qichao guy Nia, owner January associate, Hey, gouache and then Qichao guy in 90. Is there a train to take this evening at six owner Tanya, hey, gouache, and then Kinshasa in Iowa. So you can use a variety of time expressions such as the owner or who Charniak to ask about trains at different times of the day. Okay, so let's now do a speaking practice of these questions. Tim ESCA nail at Tim canon in 90 days. On a towel now, yes, I see a peg wagon Anki. Great job, well-done. In response, the staff said the Yoshi's Hamish upon a CYA. Yes. There is a train at 1030. Their urine she's having shipped on a CYA. First we have the polite form of yes, there. Then we stay the time yours She's having she'd been 1030, which is used with a time particle a. And then we have the verb is soil to say that there is a train at this time. Now the meaning of the subject, the train, is implied within the Korean sentence. Let's take a look at few more examples sentences. There too. She ACR. Yes, there is a train at two there too. She ACR. There. You also see she put a CYA? Yes, there is a trainer 6, ten. There. You also see she put a CYA. Okay, so let's do a speaking practice of the sentences. They're Yossi, SAMHSA is sayo. There are two CAs CYA, their messiah. That was great, well-done. Lastly, to ask for a return ticket, a round-trip ticket. At that time, we can ask codon, could there one Bogota or pure to gauge yourself, then please give me to return tickets at that time. Could there one burger or pure to gauge your sale? First we have codon, and it means then or if that's the case. Earlier, we learned that could, um, your means of course or show, but could, um, can also be used in this way. Then we have there, and this is made up of curve, meaning that and their meaning time or when. So could that means at that time. Lastly, we have one more good or pure to get juseyo. Please give me to return to case. One book means a return ticket, a round-trip ticket. And in Korean, a single ticket is plunder, and one book is used with a particle at all. As we've learned already, law, that all particle has many different functions. And another function of this particle is that it's used to say that of the many options. I'll have this or I'll do this. And in this context are two options are either a single ticket or a return ticket. And we use it or to say of the two ticker options, please give me the return ticket. Then we use pure to gay, which means two tickets. This is made up of pure, which means tickets and to get, which means two things. In an earlier lesson, we mentioned that we use the counter word Chang when we refer to tickets, but we can also use care when referring to tickets. Lastly, we use choose A0, which means please give me. So altogether one bowl wood or pure to get juseyo means please give me to return to our case. Please give me two roundtrip tickets. Let's take a look at two more examples sentences could, um, could their conduct or pure hunger to say, then please give me one single ticket at that time. Hello, I'm good there. Plunder or pure hand gauges. They are kilohm could they won Bogota, pure segue, Josiah. Then please give me three return tickets at that time. Couldn't get Day 1, Bogota, pure segue HOCL. Okay, so let's practice saying the sentences. Could Latin Vulgate or pill to gauge, to sail. Kiloohm could tear one Bogota pill to gauge his hair. Kilohm could there pundit or pure hunger to say our codon could they won Bogota or POC gauges a fantastic job today. Well done. Let's listen to the whole dialogue one more time. At Tim. Yellow ca plus RNA, canon. Keep taka, denial. They're Yossi is sayo. Click on Latin, Vulgate or pill, too gay to say, oh, nail, Ateneo, CA, Pausanias and inky Nia, their urine output, a CYA kilohm could there one boy, girl, PO2 gauges here. Okay, So today it was a very long lesson, but hopefully you learned a lot of useful expressions you can use at train stations when you're buying train tickets. For further practice, please go to the review lesson and I'll see you soon again after that. Bye-bye. 84. Is there a train to Busan tomorrow morning? (Speaking Drill): Tim. Thank you. Thank you. Pill. Codon could pay a lot. Hey, gauges. Codon could appeal to. 85. What about the train coming back?: hi there. So this lesson is a continuation from the previous lesson. And today we look at the language we can use to buy return tickets at train stations. Let's first listen to a dialogue off a tourist buying train tickets at a train station for our own and Kitana in your oil. A tin Your iron's here kit I So your anti ship in a is Soyo Could, um, could they own and tattle hedgers? Hail to round in Catania Toilet at Tim, your NFC a key soil, your insists upon a sigh are comb Could toning kit Settle had to say a first to ask about the returning train. The train staff asked, Tore down in Catalunya. What about the train coming back? What about the return ticket to round then Kitson in your the Korean ver four to return is toward our order. And just as we had learned before, we can add and then to the verb stem to make this verb into an adjective form so toward our or that becomes toward our order and toward our own. And the key tap means a train that returns next we add nine, you know, and this is made up off the topic particle and then and the particle your which we used to make statements polite. And this use off in your is used to mean What about in English? Now, remember that we used in your if the noun before doesn't end in a patch him like kitta. However, if the now before ends in a patch him we use in you. Okay, so this question toe around in kitchen and your means What about the train coming back? What about the return ticket? Less practice. Asking this question. You're our own. And Kitson in your to round in Catalonia put out in Catalonia Great job Well done in response to ask about the time off the returning train we can ask Toil at Senor in Shia kits I saw Is there a train on Saturday morning at 11. Toy at Senor in Shaky Tie, sire. So first we have Toyota at Tim, your dementia. And as we learned before, we mentioned the time expressions in the order off the broadest meaning to more specific. So we have toy Saturday at Tim morning, your NZ 11 oclock and at the end we have the time particle a. Then we add kitta soil. Which means is there a train? Let's take a look at a few more examples. Toyo Who handshake? It's I saw you. Is there a train on Saturday afternoon at one Toyo Who handshake? Itai, Sire, you do it! Antonio pazzo. She panic. It's I saw. Is there a train on Sunday evening? At 5 30? He do it on your hazards. She Benecke tie, sire. Okay, so let's now do a speaking practice of asking these questions. Oil A tin. Your iron's here kit. I so toilet at Tim, your NFC a key taste soil toy over. Handshake it, I say you do it, Tonio associate. Panicky Thai style. Excellent job. Well done. Then the train staff said there was a train at 11. 10. Your and she Shipman a soya. So the customer said, Good arm Cadell, and then keep shadow hedges hair. Then please book tickets for that time. Could arm could down in key chatter or hedges. Hail. First, we have the same structure as the previous lesson. Could arm could there, which means for that time then we have order and keep chattel and order and combines the Bob, or that which means to come and then to make this verb into an adjective. So order and chitchat means a train that comes and this is used with a particle law. And as we learned before law or a door I use when we talk about one thing out off many options. So we used law to say that we want this train out of all the trains that are coming back. And lastly, we have hedges, hail, which combines the Bob Hodder meaning to do with choose A or to say please do this for me. Please book this for me. So all together could, um, could their own inky shadow hedges Hail means then please book the train coming back at that time Or then please book tickets for that time. Let's do a speaking practice off this sentence. Could, um, could they own and keep tattle? Hedgers. Hail cologne Could tone and get settled. Head to say, uh, could, um, could Ellen and keep Chatto hedges. Hail. Fantastic job. Today let's listen to the whole dialogue one more time you're our own and Kitson in Your Toil at Tim Urine Easier kit I So your anti ship in a is Soyo Could, um Halonen kit tattle, hedgers Hail to round in Catania Toilet at Tim, your NFC a key taste soil, your insists upon a sigh are cologne could tone and get settled Head to say Uh okay, so today it was a continuation off the previous lesson, and we looked at the language you can use to buy return tickets. Now, this is the end off this lesson and else Houston again after the review lesson, but by 86. What about the train coming back? (Speaking Drill): toe around and kitchen. Anya tore down in kitchen Anya to round in Catania. Pour out and Catalonia. Julian at Tim, Your NFC kit I soil oil a Tim, your NFC A kit. I soil toilet at Tim, your NFC a key taste soil. Toyota over handshake. It's I saw you do it on your associate part. Naked Thai style. Toyota over handshake. It's I saw Graham could tell. And Kitaro hitters, they are, Graham could tell. And Kitaro hitters, they are comb. Could toning kit settle head to say, uh, could I'm condemning and keep Chatto Hedges Hail to round in Catania Toilet at Tim, your NFC a key taste Soil Your anti ship in a CYA cologne. Could toning kit settle head to say uh, to round in Catania? You do Antonio associate Panicky Thai style Pass a Shi shi boo naysayer comb. Could toning kit settle head to say, uh 87. Where do I get the train to Busan?: hi there. So in this lesson, we're going to learn how toe ask where a train leaves from at a train station. Now. Although most train stations in Korea a well sign posted, the last thing you would want to do is get on the wrong train. So it's worth asking around to make sure that you're getting on the correct train. Let's first listen to a dialogue off a tourist talking to a train Staff Suzanne A Cannon kit Tannin OD is our style Yvonne Plet po mezza Tassio puts on a condom Kitson in ODIs Attire Baby bump Leppo Mesut as they are first to ask where a train leaves from we can ask Susanna Canon Kitchen in Ortiez attire. Where do I get the train to push an Prasanna Gannon kitchen in Ortiez attire? Now we've really seen this structure Susanna, Canon Kita and the literal translation off this part is a train that goes to person is a particle that can be used as to, and we can add and then to verb stems to make those verbs into adjectives or to use NIMH as that. So Poussin air cannon kitta means a train that goes 2%. Then we have all the years are tile, and this is made up off Audie, meaning well. And it's used with a particle Esser, which can mean at or in. And we use this particle to talk about doing something at a particular location, and that doing the action is tell you which is the present and polite form off tadaa, which means to write or to get on so altogether. Prasanna Canon Kit Shannon or DSR Te'o means Where do I get the train to person? Let's take a look at a few other example Questions. Take away Canon Kitchen in or DSR Te'o. Where do I get the train to tackle? Take where? Canon Kitchen in or DSR Tire, Kwangju. A cannon kit, tannin or DSR? Te'o. Where do I get the train to Quanzhou? Quandary. Regarding Kitchen in order. Here's a tale. Okay, so let's do a speaking practice off asking these questions. Suzanne A Cannon kit Tannin OD is our style. Prasanna Garden, Kitson in ODIs attire Take Wigan and he 10 in order years attire Guangzhou, Nanning Kitaen An odious attire. Great job well done in response to say where to get the train from the train staff said Even Plet Komisar, Paseo please take the train on platform to Yvonne Plate Pro Meso Tassio. First we have e bon and pon is a word that means number. And when we referred to designated numbers such as train platform numbers or ticket numbers , we use the word upon after the number word itself. Then we have the word for platform, which is a long word from English, and it said phonetically in Korean. So platform in Korean is pled palm pled poem in Korean, there is no f sound. So when English words are used in Korean, the f sound is spoken with appear continent. Lastly, we have Tateo which combines the verb tada meaning to ride to get on and the verb endings hail, which is a polite imperative form. And we use it to say please do so. Even Plet Komisar Tassio means please take the train on platform two. Let's take a look at a few more examples. You bump. Let poem is Artaza. Please take the train on platform six. You pump Let Komisar she beban platform is Artesia. Please take the train on platform 12. She be bump Aleppo. Mazar. Okay, so let's do a speaking practice off these sentences. Yvonne Plet po mezza Tassio Baby bump Leppo Mesut as they are You pump Aleppo Miss Acacia, she be bump Leppo mazzotta Fantastic job today wold on Let's listen to the whole dialogue one more time before we end the lesson Suzanne A cannon kit Tannin odious are tile Yvonne Plet Promesa Tassio Pushed on a cannon Kitson in ODIs attire Baby bump Leppo Mesut as they are. Okay, so today we learned how we can ask where to get a particular train from And that's the end off this course. As always, we have a review lesson after this, but we have a little farewell video that follows of review lesson. So I hope to see you there. Bye for now. 88. Where do I get the train to Busan? (Speaking Drill): Susanna Canon Kitana An odious or tire puts on a Canon Kitana. An odious or tire Prasanna garden Kitson in ODIs attire Take Wigan and he 10 in order years attire Guangzhou, Nanning Kitaen An odious attire. Take Wigan and Kitaen in order years attire! Yvonne, Let Promesa Tassio Yvonne! Let promesa Tassio baby bump Leppo Mesut as they are You pump Aleppo Miss Acacia, she be bump Leppo mazzotta You pump Aleppo Miss Acacia Prasanna Canon Kitson in ODIs attire Take were gunning Kitaen in order years attire you pump 89. Farewell!: hi there. So this is the end of the course, and I think you've learned a lot of useful expressions, vocabulary and even grammar so that you can carry out basic communicative functions as a tourist in Korea. Now, we've tried to cover as many different expressions as we could in this course. But if you feel that we miss something or there is some expression that you would like to use when you go to Korea, then do get in touch and let us know what that is and will be happy to make lessons based around your request. Finally, I think it's important that you practice speaking Korean regularly, as if you don't use a language on a regular basis is quite easy to forget what you've learned. So if you feel that you're starting to forget the things that you've learned, then feel free to jump back in the course and go through the speaking drills for more speaking practice. Thank you again for taking this course, and we hope to see you again in another one of our courses. But by