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Korean Conversation for Pre-Intermediate Level | Volume A

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Lessons in This Class

    • 1.

      1.1 Course introduction

      2:22

    • 2.

      1.2 Course Overview

      5:43

    • 3.

      2.1 It rained a lot in the morning

      8:44

    • 4.

      2.1 It rained a lot in the morning (Speaking Drill)

      7:21

    • 5.

      2.2 How's the weather in Seoul

      8:29

    • 6.

      2.2 How's the weather in Seoul (Speaking Drill)

      8:18

    • 7.

      2.3 How's the weather tomorrow?

      9:23

    • 8.

      2.3 How's the weather tomorrow? (Speaking Drill)

      8:27

    • 9.

      2.4 Unit 2 Review Lesson

      6:18

    • 10.

      3.1 What time do you get up?

      9:44

    • 11.

      3.1 What time do you get up? (Speaking Drill)

      9:00

    • 12.

      3.2 What do you have for breakfast?

      8:00

    • 13.

      3.2 What do you have for breakfast? (Speaking Drill)

      7:53

    • 14.

      3.3 What time do you go to bed?

      9:49

    • 15.

      3.3 What time do you go to bed? (Speaking Drill)

      9:58

    • 16.

      3.4 Unit 3 Review Lesson

      6:38

    • 17.

      4.1 How do you get to work?

      8:47

    • 18.

      4.1 How do you get to work? (Speaking Drill)

      8:32

    • 19.

      4.2 What time do you get off work?

      8:16

    • 20.

      4.2 What time do you get off work? (Speaking Drill)

      8:51

    • 21.

      4.3 How often do you go to the gym?

      11:18

    • 22.

      4.3 How often do you go to the gym? (Speaking Drill)

      11:29

    • 23.

      4.4 Unit 4 Review Lesson

      6:24

    • 24.

      5.1 What's your hobby?

      8:42

    • 25.

      5.1 What's your hobby? (Speaking Drill)

      8:07

    • 26.

      5.2 What do you do in your spare time?

      8:39

    • 27.

      5.2 What do you do in your spare time? (Speaking Drill)

      9:01

    • 28.

      5.3 Unit 5 Review Lesson

      5:03

    • 29.

      6.1 What's Minsu like?

      9:36

    • 30.

      6.1 What's Minsu like? (Speaking Drill)

      9:20

    • 31.

      6.2 What's your boss like?

      11:13

    • 32.

      6.2 What's your boss like? (Speaking Drill)

      8:40

    • 33.

      6.3 Unit 6 Review Lesson

      4:49

    • 34.

      7.1 First day at school

      10:09

    • 35.

      7.1 First day at school (Speaking Drill)

      9:07

    • 36.

      7.2 I heard about your exam result.

      8:30

    • 37.

      7.2 I heard about your exam result. (Speaking Drill)

      7:51

    • 38.

      7.3 I can't wait for tomorrow.

      9:43

    • 39.

      7.3 I can't wait for tomorrow. (Speaking Drill)

      8:42

    • 40.

      7.4 Unit 7 Review Lesson

      4:58

    • 41.

      8.1 Do you know how to play tennis?

      8:53

    • 42.

      8.1 Do you know how to play tennis? (Speaking Drill)

      7:39

    • 43.

      8.2 Are you good at cooking?

      8:46

    • 44.

      8.2 Are you good at cooking? (Speaking Drill)

      7:16

    • 45.

      8.3 Unit 8 Review Lesson

      4:59

    • 46.

      9.1 What do you want to do at the weekend?

      10:14

    • 47.

      9.1 What do you want to do at the weekend? (Speaking Drill)

      8:09

    • 48.

      9.2 I wish I lived in Korea.

      8:18

    • 49.

      9.2 I wish I lived in Korea. (Speaking Drill)

      6:04

    • 50.

      9.3 Unit 9 Review Lesson

      5:08

    • 51.

      10.1 How was your weekend?

      11:01

    • 52.

      10.1 How was your weekend? (Speaking Drill)

      10:07

    • 53.

      10.2 What did you do at the weekend?

      9:49

    • 54.

      10.2 What did you do at the weekend? (Speaking Drill)

      9:06

    • 55.

      10.3 Unit 10 Review Lesson

      5:07

    • 56.

      11.1 What should we do at the weekend?

      8:23

    • 57.

      11.1 What should we do at the weekend? (Speaking Drill)

      7:56

    • 58.

      11.2 Do you want to eat 찜닭?

      8:40

    • 59.

      11.2 Do you want to eat 찜닭? (Speaking Drill)

      6:28

    • 60.

      11.3 Where shall we meet?

      7:50

    • 61.

      11.3 Where shall we meet? (Speaking Drill)

      6:07

    • 62.

      11.4 Unit 11 Review Lesson

      6:09

    • 63.

      Final Farewell

      2:31

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About This Class

Hi everyone, and welcome to the first Korean conversation course for pre-intermediate level.

In this course, you will learn natural Korean expressions you can use in everyday situations. We will cover the following topics in this course

  1. The weather
  2. Morning & night time routine
  3. Daily & weekly routine
  4. Hobbies & spare time activities
  5. Personalities
  6. Mood & feelings
  7. Abilities
  8. Hopes & desires
  9. Talking about the weekend
  10. Making arrangements

This course takes a systematic approach to developing your Korean speaking skills, so we will...

1) Explain the meaning of the sentences clearly

We will explain the meaning of the sentences, go over key pronunciation features of the language you're learning, and provide ample example sentences to further strengthen your understanding of what you're learning.

2) Conduct well-designed guided speaking practices

There are both guided listen and repeat speaking practices, as well as gap fill exercises, so a combination of repetition and recalling process will help you to retain what you're learning in the long term.

3) Practice using the language you learned in natural simulated conversation practices

The course also comes with natural conversation simulations practices, and these practices will make you feel like you're speaking to someone in Korean!

There is over 8 hours of video content and each of our lessons come with lesson worksheets.

We look forward to seeing you in the first 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. 1.1 Course introduction: Hi everyone, My name is Kim given and welcome to the Korean conversation cause for pre-intermediate level learners. Now, in this course we're going to continue to help you develop your Korean speaking skills so that you can communicate in some of the most common everyday topics. And these topics include talking about the weather. You will learn how to describe hot and cold weather and learn how to say It's raining and snowing in Korean will also help you to learn important expressions you can use to talk about your daily and weekly routines. You lose a lunch, talk about your hobbies and spare time activities, people's personalities and characteristics, your mood and feelings, your abilities, as in whether you can or cannot do something and your wishes and desires about your life. And there are many other topics as well. And the aim of this course is to help you develop your speaking skills. So the course is designed to include many speaking activities that you're constantly using the language you're learning in the lessons. Within each lesson, you'll be guided through short speaking practices so that you're putting into practice what you're learning in the lesson. After each lesson, there are speaking Joe practices to help you master what you have learned in the lessons. And at the end of each unit, there is a longer simulation practice, which is designed to help you practice a language and learn in a more natural conversational setting. So that you feel like you're actually talking to someone in Korea. And as with all our courses, each lesson comes with a worksheet so you can preview what you are going to learn and review what you have just learned. To further consolidate your learning, you can practice writing the sentences from each lesson. Now, as mentioned already, this course is designed for pre-intermediate level learners. So ideally, you should be able to read hungered, and have some basic understanding of creating grammar. Okay, so I hope that's given you a pretty good understanding of what you're going to be learning in this course. So when you're ready, I'll see you in the first lesson. Bye bye. 2. 1.2 Course Overview: Hi everyone and welcome to the course overview lesson. Now before we dive into the first lesson, I think it'll be helpful to first understand how the course is structured so that you have a better understanding of the learning process. This course contains 10 units of learning, and these are units two to 11. Each unit focuses on one particular language function, and the units contain two or three lessons. Each lesson also comes with a speaking drill practice. And at the end of the unit, there is a review lesson where you will practice all the language items together in one single practice. Okay, so let's take a look at these components. The lesson, the speaking drill, and the review lesson in a bit more detail. Now, each lesson begins with a mini dialogue. The dialogue is between myself and meaner. And you will listen to the dialogue twice at slow speed and natural speed. Now if you took the beginner level conversation, cause you first listen to the dialogue at a very slow speed. But as this is a pre-intermediate level course, the slow speed is only slightly slower than natural speed. This is because at pre-intermediate level, I think is important that you listen to more natural speed, which I think you are capable of doing. And also because this will help you to develop your pronunciation skills. After the mini dialogue, we will go through each line in detail, primarily focusing on explaining the meaning of the sentence and any key pronunciation features. We will also explain certain grammar points that we want to refrain from turning any of our lessons into an in-depth grammar lesson. We will then show you more examples, sentences so that you can see how the patterns in the sentences can be replicated with other words. After the explanations and examples sentences, there is a brief listener repeat practice of the lines. In each practice there are four speaking practice lines, and the first practice line is played slowly. But for the rest of the practice, you will listen to Korean sentences in natural speed. So at times it can be a little tricky, but I think it's important that you get used to listening to Korean in natural speed. As this will expose you to all the important aspects of connected speech, which is vital in improving your understanding of Korean, but also your pronunciation skills. So after we have gone over each line and have done the speaking practices, we round off the lesson in a short simulation practice, going over all the lines from the lesson once again. And that's the end of the lesson. And each lesson is accompanied by a lesson worksheet. And you should preview the vocabulary list before watching the lessons. As this will help you to understand the example sentences in the lesson. And after each lesson, you can practice writing the sentences from each lesson. And that's it for the lessons. And after the lesson comes the speaking drill. Now the key concept behind speaking drills is repetition. Repetition is a vital part of any language learning process. And while an in-depth and thorough explanation of words and sentences is always important, sometimes just repeating that word or sentence 10, 20 times can be as effective in being able to retain that word or sentence in the long run. So for each of the lines in the lesson, you will first be guided through a simple listener repeat practice. But after that, you'll be guided through an independent practice where you have to complete the sentences by filling in the blanks. Initially the blanks are quite short, but towards the end the blanks we'll get longer. And this recoiling process will help you to further strengthen your memory of the lines from the dialogue. After doing this for all the lines in the dialogue, there is a final practice where you will practice all the lines together in one gap, fill independent practice. And that's the end of the speaking drill practice. Let's now take a look at the review lesson. The review lesson is where you get to practice all the language items within that unit in a simulated conversational practice. And the key concept behind the review lessons is that by practicing all the language items in a specific contextualized setting, you are making the association between that language item and that specific context. And that association is going to further strengthen your knowledge, understanding and how that particular language item is used much more further. Now, in each review lesson, you will practice the same dialogue three times. The first practice is a listener repeat practice. And the second third are getfield practices. But the gap fill practice only applies to what we learned in the lessons. And the dialogue will also contain additional lines which are not learned in the lessons. But you will not be expected to do a gap field practice of this line's not taught in the lessons. Now, although you are practicing the same dialogue three times with each practice, there is a slightly different ending. So do watch out for this and also watch out for my terrible acting in the review lessons. Okay, so that's the overview of how the course is structured. And I hope that's given you a better understanding of the learning process that you are about to embark on. Let's now move on to Unit 2 where you will learn useful expressions you can use to talk about the weather in Korean. See you soon again. Bye-bye. 3. 2.1 It rained a lot in the morning: Hi everyone and welcome to the very first lesson of Korean conversation for pre-intermediate level learners. Now, in this course we're going to learn a lot of useful expressions you can use in many different situations. And in this very first lesson, we're going to ease you into this course by learning useful language you can use to talk about the weather. So let's dive straight into it. First, we're going to listen to a mini dialogue between myself and Mina. And don't worry if you don't understand everything right from the beginning because after listening to the dialogue, we are going to explain everything in detail. I'd say my pKa of Isiah, where pKa could check, got a, uh, academia, attend a pika band you assign 0 where P guy could Suricata air, academia. Okay, so first to say, it rained a lot in the morning. We can say a chimera Pekah by newest CYA. It rained a lot in the morning at CMAP, gaba NuSTAR. First at cima means in the morning. At Jim means morning and a is a time particle that can mean in on 0. Then we have pKa, Bonnie was soil. The noun for rain in Korean is p. And talk about reining. We can use the verbal orders, which generally means to come. And in the sentence is used in the past tense, was soluble. So pKa, our soil, means it rained. And to talk about reining are lots, we've used the adverb money, which means a lot. Now, when we talk about reining, the most common verb we use is order. However, we can also use the verb dairy that, which means to fall. And as well as rain. We can use these verbs OTA and Derrida to talk about snowing too. So we can say at CMAP Galvani the Messiah, it rained a lot in the morning. At CMAP gaba, Annie Knidos ion at Schmid do need Mosiah. It snowed a lot in the morning at chimera do Ni by NuSTAR at chimera do need money there, Josiah. It snowed a lot in the morning at summit do need money now Josiah, however, one thing to note is that in general, the verb daddy that is more commonly used to talk about snowing than raining. So do keep that in mind. Okay, So let's practice saying it rained a lot in the morning and it snowed a lot in the morning. Repeat after me. I'd say my pKa value Isiah. Attend a pKa value, assign a chimera pKa Bernini, Josiah. Our teammate do need my new RCR. Josiah. Excellent job, well-done. Next to say, it's supposed to stop raining in the afternoon, we can say or where pKa cuticle AR it's supposed to stop raining in the afternoon. All wear PPE guy could cercaria. First we have all the way and this means in the afternoon or who means afternoon? And it's used with a particle air in fast beach that here in who is almost silent. So it's all there. Oh, and when we talk about reign stopping, we use the verb, could see that and could cheat as simply means to stop. So as well as rain, it can be used to talk about many other things stopping, such as stop speaking. Now it's important to note that this is different from not raining. Because if we want to talk about not raining, we would just change the verbs or down or daddy tie into negative forms. So we would say Pekah and masyeoyo, and this means it didn't rain. So we use chit-chat to talk about reign stopping and to talk about not raining, we would use the negative forms of the verbs or that and very down. And lastly, we have got a 0 at it to see that. And we use it. We got a lot to report on something we have heard. And we use got a lot to report on what someone said will happen in the future. In this situation, I may be reporting on what I heard in a weather forecast or maybe just something I've heard from another person. So the literal meaning of the sentence is, I heard that the rain is going to stop in the afternoon. But it can be loosely translated to mean is supposed to stop raining in the afternoon. Okay, So let's now do a speaking practice of the sentence and we'll practice talking about reign stopping and snow stopping. Repeat after me. Where pKa all wear PPE guy K2 got l. Could say Carrell. Always uniquely take on a great job again, well done. Lastly, we have this very shortly expression which means, oh I see. Oh I see. First is an interjection which we often use in this kind of expression. However, it's not something that contains any meaning. Good. A0 in Korean has many different uses. And one of them is to mean IC. So we often use it to express that we have understood what the other person has said. However, as we will learn later, could i o can be used in other ways too. Now, could I, O is a very short phrase, but it's also a very useful expression and it functions similar to I see. Okay, Really. So it's a very short expression just acknowledging what the other person has said. And it's just very handy in everyday situation. So let's practice this short phrase. Could there today our criteria. Our criteria. Our criteria. Fantastic efforts. Well done. Let's now move on to the final practice. Okay, so in this practice you're going to do three simulation practices using all the different expressions from today's lesson. In the first practice, you're simply going to do a listener repeat practice. And in the second and the third, you'll be expected to fill in the blanks and complete the sentences. So if you're ready, let's begin with the first one. I began to take on a pizza, attend a pKa value, assign their Grundy aware PIP3 got a, uh, academia. Fantastic efforts, well done. Okay, so that's it for this lesson. And today we'll learn some useful expressions we can use talk about rain in Korean. You get to practice all the expressions once again, in the final review lesson at the end of the unit, we're now going to move on and in the next lesson, we're going to learn more useful expressions you can use to talk about the weather in Korean. See you soon again. Bye-bye. 4. 2.1 It rained a lot in the morning (Speaking Drill): Hi everyone and welcome to the first speaking drill of this course. Now as this is the first speaking drew of this course, let's take a quick look at the structure of the speaking trail lessons. In each speaking drew a lesson. There are three speaking practices for each of the lines from the dialogue. And in each practice, you will first do a listener repeat practice of the lines in the dialogue. And then you will do an independent practice of the lines from the lesson. In the independent practice, you will be given English prompts. And for some of the lines, you will need to fill in the blanks. But for some of the lines you have to say the full line by yourself. After you have set the line, you can listen to the chorion and check whether you have set the line correctly. At the end, there is a final speaking practice where you will practice all the lines together in a single independent practice. In future speaking drew lessons. We'll go straight into the speaking practices without this long explanation. Okay, So if you're ready, let's start with practice one. It rained a lot in the morning at chimera. Messiah. It snowed a lot in the morning at chimera, do need Mosiah. It rained a lot in the morning at CMAP guy Barney named Josiah. It's not a lot in the morning at chimera do need money now, Josiah. It rained a lot in the morning at P God Mosiah. It snowed a lot in the morning. At chimera do need Messiah. It's not a lot in the morning. At, she may do need money now, Josiah, it rained a lot in the morning. At PGI. Barney named Josiah. It's supposed to stop raining in the afternoon. Oh God. It's supposed to stop raining in the evening. Chelmno gay guy could check, got AIR is supposed to stop raining at night. P guy could check got AR. It's supposed to stop raining in the afternoon. Or PGI could target AR it's supposed to stop raining in the evening. Tanya could check, got AR It's supposed to stop raining at night. It's supposed to stop raining in the evening. It's supposed to stop raining in the afternoon. It's supposed to stop raining in the evening. Tanya P guy got AR it's supposed to stop raining that night. Got AIR. It's supposed to stop raining in the afternoon. Where P guy q2 got a it's supposed to stop raining that night. Got AIR. Oh, I see. Oh, IC I could oh, I see. Oh, I see. Oh, I see. Oh, I see. It rained a lot in the morning. At it snowed a lot in the morning. Oh, I see. It's supposed to stop raining in the evening. Peak I got AIR. It's supposed to stop raining that night. Got AIR. It snowed a lot in the morning. Josiah. It's supposed to stop raining in the afternoon. Where P guy q2 got a 0 IC. It's supposed to stop raining that night. Got AIR. It rained a lot in the morning. Josiah. It's supposed to stop raining in the evening. It's supposed to stop raining in the afternoon. 5. 2.2 How's the weather in Seoul: Hi everyone and welcome to the second lesson on learning useful expressions to talk about the weather in Korean. In this lesson, we're going to learn how to ask about the weather in other places. And same as the previous lesson, we'll first begin with a mini dialogue. You ready? Let's listen. Dissect out they are sold and on Tang towards call Guinean Nia, ya'll gaining Sauron, dissect out tail, sold and on Tanga called Linea, yellow-green and museums. I said. Okay, so let's first begin with, how's the weather in Seoul? Holden dissect out, how's the weather in so on hold and I Sega or data. First we have sold and meaning as facade in Korean so is pronounced whole soul. And we have nice Shiga audio, and this means how's the weather? So the literal meaning of the sentence is as for sole, how's the weather? So it can be loosely translated to mean how's the weather in Seoul? And we can change this whole with other places to ask about the weather in that place. So we can say London and she got out there. How's the weather in London? London and dissect out there? Sydney, none that I seek out there. How's the weather in Sydney? Sydney then that shit out there? Okay, so let's go into speaking practice asking this question, how's the weather in Seoul? Dissect out, they are Sauron, dissect out tail London and dissect out Dell. Seton in and dissect out there. Great job, well-done. Next we have so is very hot. What about they're sold and on Chung toy Colgate in India. So is very hot. What about their soda? And on tomboy? Cogen and Neil Armstrong means very, and Tojo is a polite form of the descriptive verb top that, which means to be hot. In Korean to talk about the weather being hot, we use the descriptive verb top that. But when we talk about things that are hot to touch or hot to taste, we use dig up that. So we have two different words for to be hot and to ask how the weather is, where the listener is, we can ask called Guinean Mia, call Guinean, yeah, Kogi is a pronoun that means there, and we use it to refer to the place close to the list. Now, let's take a look at few other examples sentences, London and on Chung P GAO, I call Guinean, yeah, it's raining a lot in London. What about their London Islam tang pig, Ohio called the linea CD9. And on Chang who toxic and AR cogen Anya Sydney is very muggy. What about they're sitting in an OEM chunks top chicken AR Core Guinean, yeah. So in the first example we have the polite form of peak hour or that pKa Y0, which we learned in a previous lesson, and it means to rain. And in the second example, we have the polite form of photography, Granada, who tachypnea. And we use this descriptive verb to talk about muggy, humid and sticky sort of whether now I've never actually been to Sydney, So I don't know if that object and ADA best describes summer weather in Sydney, but I know that soul in the summer does get very hot topic and ADA. So depending on where you live, who topic and other can be a very useful word to describe another kind of hot by that. Okay, so let's now do a speaking practice. Repeat after me. Hi, I'm Tom. Sold in London and on Tang Tang foot uptake and nail. Excellent job, well done. The final line is, it's chilly here these days. Yogi then you Jim cytosol is chilly here these days. Yogi then yojeum science that AR, in this intense yogi means here, and yojeum means these days. And satellite data. That is a descriptive verb, that means to be chilly. In Korean, the most common descriptive verb we use to talk about the weather being code is chip that took that. And similar to top that we have a different descriptive verb to talk about things that are cold to touch and coater taste. And that's checkup that. Let's take a look at two more examples sentences. Your Guinean, your gym shoe IR, it's code here these days. Your Guinean yojeum choice. Your Guinean, your gym sanitary era is chilly here these days. Your Guinean yojeum Saturday. So in the first example sentence, we've used the polite form of chip that 200. And in the second sentence, we've used a polite form of the descriptive Sandra. Sandra Day O'Connor. And this is similar in meaning to satisfy that EO, though it describes a slightly colder temperature than sinusoid at that. Okay, so let's now do a speaking practice of the sentences that describe a cold, whether you are gaining your them, say Santa. Yeah, again in museums I said your Guinean yojeum, choice. Your Guinean yojeum, Santa Maria. Now it's great, well done. Let's now move on to the final practice. Okay, So same as the previous lesson. We're going to do three simulation practices using all the expressions together. In the first practice you're just going to do a listener if you practice. And in the second and the third, you'll be expected to fill in the blanks and complete the sentences. So if you're ready, let's begin the practice. So Sauron, hometown toil, call Guinean, ya'll, Yogi, then yojeum sinusoid A0. Dissect out dal hold on. Yeah, again in Utah. Cowden dissect out detail. Biodata own childhood optic canal called Yin and Yang Yao Guinean UTMs. I said a fantastic effort today. Well done. Okay, so today we learned how to ask how the weather is in other places. And we also learn some useful expressions to talk about hot and cold weather. We have one more lesson on language you can use to talk about the weather in Korean. So I'll see you soon again in the next lesson. Bye bye. 6. 2.2 How's the weather in Seoul (Speaking Drill): How's the weather in, so, how's the weather in London? London, and how's the weather in Sydney? Sydney. How's the weather in Pusan? Put RNN? How's the weather in New York? New York, and I seek out there. How's the weather in Sydney? Sydney in and dissect out there? How's the weather in Pusan? Putin then dissect out there. How's the weather in London? London, and how's the weather in Seoul? Sold and dissect out there? How's the weather in New York? New York, and I seek out there. So is very hot. What about they're sold and on Tang toya cog in India, it's raining a lot in London. What about their London and Hong Kong, Indonesia. Sydney is very muggy. What about their Sydney? Noam Chomsky, top chicken AR, Core Guinean, IA, it's raining a lot in London. What about their London and Dongsheng P GAO, I call Guinean Nia. Sydney is very muggy. What about their Sidney Chang who top chicken AR Core Guinean, yeah. So is very hot. What about their Holden on Tang toya cog in India? It's raining a lot in London. What about their London and Sydney is very monkey. What about their Sydney? Noam Chomsky top chicken call Guinean NEA. So is very hot. What about they're sold and on Tang Toya. Sydney is very muggy. What about their Sydney Noam Chomsky top chicken call Guinean, yeah. So is very hot. What about they're sold and on Cheng Hong Kong in India, it's raining a lot in London. What about their London and Dongsheng? Cogen Anya. It's chilly here these days. Your Guinean yojeum cytosol is code here these days, your Guinean yojeum Chu AIA is chilly here these days. Your Guinean huge him, Santa Maria. It's chilly here these days. Your Guinean yojeum size at a, a is code here these days, your Guinean, your gym. It's chilly here these days. Again then you, Jim Santa Maria. It's chilly here these days. Your Guinean you Jim cytosol is code here these days. Your Guinean, your gym is code here these days. Your Guinean, your gym. It's chilly here these days. Guinean your gym, cytosol AIR. Your Guinean huge him. Santa Maria is code here these days. Your Guinean yojeum choice. It's chilly here these days. Your Guinean, your gym cytosol area, your Guinean yojeum, Santa Maria. So is very hot. What about their Holden on chunked oil? Cogen Anya, sydney is very muggy. What about their Sydney Noam Chomsky top chicken a cog in India. How's the weather in London? London and nice. You guys are there. How's the weather in? So Holden dicey guy out there. It's chilly here these days. Your Guinean yojeum cytosol is code here these days. Your Guinean, your gym. It's raining a lot in London. What about their London? And I'm Chang, pig, Coughlin, and Nia. How's the weather in Busan? Pusan? And I seek out there, It's chilly here these days. Your Guinean yojeum SASA, your Guinean yojeum, Santa Maria. How's the weather in New York? New Yogis and I seek out there. So is very hot. What about they're sold and on chunked oil, coal, Guinean NEA is code here these days. Your Guinean, you Jim. 7. 2.3 How's the weather tomorrow?: Hi everyone and welcome to the third lesson on learning useful language you can use to talk about the weather in Korea. In this lesson, we're going to learn how to ask about the weather in the future. As always, we're going to first listen to a mini dialogue between myself and b. Now, let's begin. The Nicea out tail Qiaonan, that the tundra or where your them kaizala De Sica per lawyer. They dicey hotel, Qiaonan that the 10 day or where Hadoop got a, uh, you Azim case of dicey guy. Okay. So first to ask how the weather is tomorrow. We can ask, they dicey there, how's the weather tomorrow? They are nicely out there. Now in Korean, even though we're asking about what the weather will be like tomorrow, we don't need to use the verb in future tense. We can just use the verb audio, which means how is in front of this question, we can change the time expression to ask how the weather will be at different times. So we can ask town Jew that I see out there, how's the weather next week? What's the weather going to be like next week? Town tonight, shell, they're two-year dicey out there. How's the weather on Saturday toy that I see out there? Okay, So this question is not too difficult. So let's go straight into speaking practice. They dicey tail. They dicey hotel, town to dissect out their toys. Nice shot there. That was great, well done. Now let's listen to what I said in my response, Qiaonan, that the 10-day over where you've got a a, the temperature will be warmer, but it's supposed to be cloud in the afternoon. Qiaonan, that the 10 day or where. First we have key on and qian means temperature. However, this word key on is only used to talk about air temperature. The more general word for temperature is on door. On door. We use this word to talk about the temperature of other things such as boiling water and our body. But sometimes we can use on low to talk about the temperature of weather. So Endo is a more versatile worse than key on. Then we have that 10 day and this combines that the Ta-da, meaning to be warm and in there, which means, but next we have overweight, meaning in the afternoon. And lastly we have got a 0. And this combines two words. First, we have hoodie that. And although we can use Hrdy dads talk about the weather being cloudy, we can actually use pretty dad talk about many things being not clear, such as the water being not clear and even our thinking. And this is combined with God, which we learned in an earlier lesson. And this is used reports on what someone said will happen in the future. So overwhelmed has got a o means I heard that it's going to be cloudy in the afternoon. It's supposed to be cloud in the afternoon. Let's take a look at two other examples sentences. Qiaonan, that the tundra or where crummy record the temperature will be warmer, but it's supposed to be cloud in the afternoon. Qiaonan data today or we're colorimetry got a Qiaonan that the tundra or June Shanghai, Korea, the temperature will be warmer, but it's supposed to be a gloom in the afternoon. Qiaonan that the TEN, they're always try Korea. So as you can see to say that it's going to be cloudy, we can also say mommy. And Kuru means clouds, and keda is a verb we use to talk about cloud covering the sky. In the second example sentence we have Wu Jiang Zhong Huldah, and this means to be gloomy. Okay, so let's do a speaking practice of this long sentence. Repeat after me. Qiaonan. Qiaonan. Qiaonan. Qiaonan data, 10-day Qiaonan data today. Great efforts, well done. Next to say that the weather is pretty bad. We can say your gym Kessel, guys Sega. The weather's been bad lately. Yojeum castle, I see God, hallelujah. First, we've already learned that your gym means these days. Cares OK, means continuously, meaning that the weather has been like this nonstop. Then we have this phrase colloidal. Now, hello as a separate word, is used to mean that particularly. But when Kahlo is used with a verb IDA colloidal, it means that something is not good, less than what you would consider as being good. So it can be interpreted to mean bad. Now another expression that's similar to Malloy, that is, Kuhnian could not, Kuhnian cannot tap on its own means just and could attack means to be like that. But when we use these words together, clean Yang gotta kinda means it's all right. It's nothing special. It's so, so, so Pinyin could AR, describe something that's just okay. So if the weather is just okay, we can say your gym cassock, dicey, Concordia. The weather's been so so lately the weather's okay these days. Jim Castle, geyser, Gei Yang, gray area. And these two words, Palladio and crank radio, can be used in many other situations, not just to talk about the weather. So if you've watched the film lately and you think that film was bad or just okay. You can say Qu Jiang law, Hello, AR, or Crayola, crayon, crayon. So these two words are very useful. Worst sono, inquiry. And let's now do a speaking practice. Your them Ks or basic Apollonia. Your resume, case of dicey die per lawyer. Your Jim Kellogg's. Your Jim Kellogg's. Excellent job today. Well done. Let's now move on to the final practice. Okay, so in this final practice, same as before, we're going to do three simulation practices using all the language we learn in this lesson. If you're ready, let's go straight into the first practice. Qiaonan better today. You didn't tell you is M case of dicing up the tail. Dia De Qian and that's done there. Clue mechanical, ALL your resume, case of dicey guy Pulse. Excellent job. Well done. Okay, so today we learned how to ask about the weather in the future. And we also learned various useful expressions we can use to talk about different kinds of weather in Korean. Next lesson is a review lesson where we will review all the different expressions we learned in the three previous lessons. And we're going to put into use all the language in one long simulation practice. So when you're ready, I'll see you soon again in that review lesson. Bye bye. 8. 2.3 How's the weather tomorrow? (Speaking Drill): How's the weather tomorrow? They How's the weather next week? How's the weather on Saturday? Toiled ICL data. How's the weather next week? How's the weather tomorrow? How's the weather on Saturday? Toiled ICL data. How's the weather tomorrow? Night? How's the weather on Saturday? How's the weather next week? How's the weather on Saturday? How's the weather next week? Pounds theodicy out there. How's the weather tomorrow? They nicely out their temperature will be warmer, but it's supposed to be cloudy in the afternoon. Key on and always got a a temperature will be warmer but it's supposed to be cloud in the afternoon. Qiaonan that the tandem always record. Temperature will be warm but it's supposed to be gloomy in the afternoon. Key on and that the 10 day rule junction temperature will be warmer but it's supposed to be cloud in the afternoon. Qiaonan that the Tandy could omit record a, a temperature will be warmer, but it's supposed to be gloomy in the afternoon. Key on and off. Temperature will be warmer, but it's supposed to be cloudy in the afternoon. Qiaonan got a temperature will be warm, but it's supposed to be cloudy in the afternoon. Qiaonan that the temperature will be warm but it's supposed to be gloomy in the afternoon. Key on and that the 10 day rule junction temperature will be warmer, but it's supposed to be gloomy in the afternoon. Key on and that the 10 day or temperature will be warmer, but it's supposed to be cloud in the afternoon. Qiaonan that the tandem always record. Temperature will be warmer, but it's supposed to be gloomy in the afternoon. Key on and that the 10 day rule junction temperature will be warmer, but it's supposed to be cloud in the afternoon. Key on a 10 day, all we're headed, it got AR Qiaonan that the tandem always record the weather as being bad lately. You will Jim Cassatt. The weather's been bad lately. You will Jim cassock, dicey guy. The whether it's been so, so lately, your gym castle, the weather has been so so lately you will Jim Cassatt. The weather's been bad lately. You will Jim Cassatt. The weather has been so so lately. Your gym Council of Nicea guy. The weather has been so so lately, your gym Council of Nicea guy. The weather's been bad lately. You will, Jim Cassatt. Temperature will be warm, but it's supposed to be cloudy in the afternoon. Key on a 10 day, always got a temperature will be warm, but it's supposed to be gloomy in the afternoon. Key on and that the 10 day. How's the weather tomorrow? They are nice, ya'll. How's the weather on Saturday? Toyota ICL. How's the weather next week? Pound Jude, ICL data, the way that it's been. So, so lately, your gym cares of Nicea guy. The weather's been bad lately. You will Jim cassock, dicey gap, Hello, AR. Temperature will be warm, but it's supposed to be gloomy in the afternoon. Key on and that the 10 day or two junction temperature will be warm, but it's supposed to be cloud in the afternoon. Key on and that the 10 day all we're headed, Katia Qiaonan, that the 10 day or academic record. How's the weather on Saturday? Toyota ICL data. The weather's been bad lately. You will, Jim Cassatt. Temperature will be warm, but it's supposed to be gloomy in the afternoon. Key on and that the 10 day. 9. 2.4 Unit 2 Review Lesson: Hi everyone and welcome to the first review lesson of this course. And in our review lessons, we're going to review all the different expressions that we learned in that particular unit. And there are going to be three simulation practices using the same dialogue. And with each practice that difficulty level will increase slightly. The first practice is a listener repeat practice. But in the second and the third practice, you, I expect it to say the full line by filling in the blanks appropriately. Okay. So if you're ready, let's go into the first practice. They take a Zambia, the UK, QUIC, dicing out there. You are in NIC gone tongues while Sydney's each other. They see him told him say set a, a clock, hook, CBD, Columbia, Qiaonan data time there where gloomy K corral, quintile wasn't carrying Messiah. Data will his style. In the pin and Antarctica. They add teammate pKa value ISIL. Take a daga, daga, daga, Buckeye. Dicing out there. You are in a while. They call Kenan dissect out there. See the pilgrims, I said Klockner. Hook, see Baidu, Columbia, Qiaonan, datetime the way gloomy Kcat L di Sega to SMN, SIR. Um, I'm gonna get when they take a Zambia IC, take the dog back, we heat up. The kids are doing and dicing out there. You are in and I sit down tongues while they dissect out there. Sydney, him to Klockner, hook, CBD, colombia. Nicea, Qiaonan, datetime, the way gloomy. K, L L di Sega to Isiah. Camping, Diana will hit style. A camping jungle and titanium. 10. 3.1 What time do you get up?: Hi everyone and welcome to the first lesson in this unit on learning useful language you can use to talk about morning and nighttime routines. In this lesson, we're going to first focus on language you can use, talk about morning routine them, same as before. We're going to first this into a mini dialogue between myself and Mina. So if you're ready, let's listen. Tongues away. By CIA, Cheonan, Ellicott City, my guenon day sometimes happen. Django Todd, why CYA, Totto title where they are, pounds or APIC, China and Europe stomach. And then sometimes you can Django Todd voice IR cardo, a title, good. Eia. Okay. So first to ask, what time do you usually get up? We can ask counsel where the RCA Donna, what time do you usually get up? Hangzhou AB or shade on Iowa. Pounds OF means usually this combines punctual meaning usual with a time particle, air. Then we have what time means how many or how much. And she combines she, meaning time or hours, and the time particle a. So altogether, Kwashiorkor means what time. And we can add various verbs after dossier to ask what time someone does something. Here we have the polite form of the verb, which means to get up. But we can also use the verb gada, which means to wake up and ask council where we are Shia, what time do you usually wake up? Pounds web Yashica. So you can use either 90 or Gale to ask what time someone gets up, all wakes up. Let's practice asking these questions. Towns away by CIA pathway, BIC, council AB or Shia council areas. She archaea. That was great, well done. Now, in response, I said a really long sentence. So let's listen to that again. Cheonan it again and there, some sites have been Django told why CYA. I wake up around seven, but I lie in bed for another 30 to 40 minutes. Cheonan irrigation to make. And, and there sometimes you put Django told voice ion. Now this sentence is made up of two parts. The first part is Cheonan, it, you got to Jamaica. I wake up around seven. And here, Jim is a suffix that means about or around. And as we learned already, K0 is a verb, which means to wake up. At the end of this first part, we add that in there, and this is one of many ways of saying, But in Korean, the second part of the sentence is SAMHSA ship on John Doe Todd, why CYA? I lie in bed for another 30 to 40 minutes. In Korean to say 30 to 40, we say sponsorship. We first say the three Sam and then say 40s, hardship. So together sometimes ship. And to say 20 to 30, It's ease, I'm ship. Then we have Chong door and Django means about. Now in the sentence we have two words that have a similar meaning. Jim and Django. Both can mean about. But the main difference between these words is that when we talk about around a particular time, we use gym. And when we talk about a particular number, we tend to use Django. So that's the difference between Jim and John Doe. Then we have tall meaning more, and the verb phrase do iso, meaning to lie down. However, this verb phrase combines the verb, meaning to lie down and the verb ending, or it down. Now, we use this verb ending to talk about a continued state of something. So to talk about a continuous state of me lying in my bed, I would say that rather than just look there similarly, and that simply means to sit, but to talk about staying seated, we say and guide that. And Jay, damn. Let's take a look at two more examples sentences. Cheonan, yours are shipped Gmail, guenon, their handshake and Django toward voice IR. I wake up around six, but I lie in bed for another hour. China and Joseph, Jamaican and their hands Ugandan DO Todd voice IR, Cheonan, your dosage Jamaican and then Ysom ship on Django told why, SIR, I wake up around eight, but I lie in bed for another 20 to 30 minutes. China, Yossi, Jamaican and there is opened on the voice Aja. Okay, so let's now do a speaking practice of these long sentences. Repeat after me. Why? Sometimes you need to make an end day in and day out. Excellent job, well-done. Finally to say that I do that too. We can say chador charge, you could AR, I often do that to childhoods, hygiene, good AIR. So first we have the particle torr, which means two also. So Chido means meat to charge you means often, frequently. And we learned in an earlier lesson that could A0 can be used to mean IC. However, another common use of could A0 is to say to do something like that. The infinitive form of Judeo is q-dot. This verb means to do like that. So in this sentence we've used could A0 to say that I also do what you do. Let's take a look at two other examples sentences chart or cut them. Korea. I sometimes do that to chador CACM Gloria Soto Hongzhang. Good idea. I always do that to chador Hongzhang gray are so we can change the adverb, charge you with cat them meaning sometimes, and Hongzhang meaning always. Let's now do a speaking practice. Repeat after me. Totto title where they are. That was excellent, Well done. Let's now move on to the final practice. Okay, it's the same as the previous lessons we're going to do simulation practice using all the different expressions from today's lesson. There are going to be three simulation practices. So if you're ready, let's begin with the first one. Sometimes it depends on the child. Tanya, others to him again and they're switched hands. Ugandan gotta do ISIL. Cardo a tad. So good. Excellent job today. Well done. Okay, so today we will learn how to ask what time someone gets up and also how to talk about when we get up. In the next lesson, we're going to continue focusing on morning time roots in. And we're going to learn how to talk about what we have for breakfast. See you soon again. Bye-bye. 11. 3.1 What time do you get up? (Speaking Drill): What time do you usually get up? Council a, B, or C. What time do you usually wake up? Council. What time do you usually get up? Council? A, B, or C. What time do you usually wake up? Counsel? What time do you usually get up? Council. What time do you usually wake up? Council. What time do you usually wake up? Council B or C. What time do you usually get up? Council area? I wake up around seven, but Cheonan again and then I lie in bed for another 30 to 40 minutes. Sometimes you punt on. I wake up around seven, but I lie in bed for another 30 to 40 minutes time. Then again in their voice. I wake up around six, but I lie in bed for another hour or two. And then you also Citium again, and hence you can do Isiah. I wake up around eight, but I lie in bed for another 20 to 30 minutes ton then the other system again and there is I'm sure I wake up around six, but I lie in bed for another hour or two and then Yaso system again and hence you can do Isiah. I wake up around eight, but I lie in bed for another 20 to 30 minutes to make n. And then I wake up around seven, but I lie in bed for another 30 to 40 minutes. Again. And then sometimes you do Isiah. I wake up around seven, but I lie in bed for another 30 to 40 minutes. Again. And sometimes you do Isiah. I wake up around seven, but I lie in bed for another 30 to 40 minutes. Sometimes you do Isiah. I wake up around eight, but I lie in bed for another 20 to 30 minutes. Again, and there is I'm Schuppanzigh. I wake up around six, but I lie in bed for another hour again, and then I wake up around six, but I lie in bed for another hour tall and then Yaso system again and hence you can do Isiah. I wake up around eight, but I lie in bed for another 20 to 30 minutes. Is I'm Schuppanzigh. I often do that too tall door. I often do that too tall door. I sometimes do that to childhood. I always do that too. I sometimes do that to childhood. I always do that too. I always do that too. I often do that too. I often do that too. I sometimes do that too. Childish. I always do that too. I sometimes do that to chador. What time do you usually get up? Council? What time do you usually wake up? I wake up around seven, but I lie in bed for another 30 to 40 minutes. Again. And then sometimes you do Isiah. I wake up around eight, but I lie in bed for another 20 to 30 minutes. And then again in the exam Schuppanzigh. I sometimes do that too. I always do that too. I wake up around six, but I lie in bed for another hour again, and hence Ugandan. What time do you usually get up? Council? I always do that too. I wake up around seven, but I lie in bed for another 30 to 40 minutes. Again. And then sometimes you do Isiah? I often do that too. What time do you usually wake up? 12. 3.2 What do you have for breakfast?: Hi everyone and welcome back. In this lesson, we're going to learn useful language you can use to talk about what you have for breakfast. As always, we're going to begin with a mini dialogue between myself and Mina. So let's first listen to that dialogue. Attachment to rowboat is a challenge to draw, copy man-made Sharia, venation Anya tunnel that semicolon Antonia attachment to Robo this Ale. Chang'an Shuo copy my Mosiah munition, Anya, tongue anatomy recorded and Tanya. Okay, so first to ask was someone eats for breakfast? We can ask at Siemens Euro borders hair, what do you usually eat for breakfast at Siemens draw borders hair. Now, inquiry and to refer to breakfast, lunch, and dinner, we use the words at chimps xa, xa and Cianni, oxic, SAT and ACT team and China are more commonly used to mean morning and evening. And the word she examines a mil, however, we often leave out and just use at Tim tom museum and China to refer to breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Judo means usually mainly more means what? And to SEO is the polite form of TCGA, which is the honorific form of the verb, meaning to eat. So at Shimon, to draw borders, hair means what do you usually eat for breakfast? Here are two more example questions. Challenging Manchu row borders, hair. What do you usually eat for lunch? Chomsky man, Jerome borders, hey, Tanya, login to row borders hair. What do you usually eat for dinner? Tanya adventure. Oh boy, does EIA. Okay. So let's go into speaking practice of asking, what do you usually eat for breakfast? At team and to rowboat is a robot detail. Thompson Manchu, row borders, hail Chelmno going to draw borders. Hale. Excellent job, well-done. Next to talk about what we have for breakfast, we can say jonathan to draw, copy man-made Sharia mean asthenia. I usually only drink coffee. What about you, Mina? Challenge Roe copyright mageia, venation, Anya. Here we have copy man, and this combines copy meaning coffee and man meaning only. Like the English word, only we can use man to emphasize how we eat nothing but coffee. The verb Bhatia Yo-Yo is the polite form of masida, meaning to drink. Finally, to return the question we have been asking. What about humans? Here are two more examples sentences, Cheonan to draw, Pacman McGautha. I usually only bread challenge Europan, my mobile challenge Roe and I am the owner Mobile AR, I usually eat ramyeon ton on 0 and I'm under Mogul ya'll. Now it's important to know that although we use the honorific form of verbs, such as Tc dat, to talk about the actions of those that we need to be respectful to. When we talk about our own actions. We never ever use honorific forms of verbs. So to talk about myself eating, we would use the verb bought that and not TCGA. So do keep that in mind. Okay, So let's now do a speaking practice of the sentences where we talk about having breakfast. Cheonan chador, copy man, match IR Monash in India. Challenge Roe copy my Mosiah, Menasha Anya cannon to open man mafia. Tonight. 0. Great efforts, well done. Finally to say that I tend to skip breakfast. We can say Cheonan at cima Codename Kanye. I tend to skip breakfast, john and recorded them. Kenya L. Okay, so I think we understand that Cheonan at similar parts. So let's focus on the codon and Tanya. Now this verb phrase is made up of two parts. The first part is the verb, and it means to skip or miss, and we can use it to talk about skipping metals. The second part is none county data. And we use this verb ending to mean 10, 2. So together, codon and punny, that codename punny a, a means tend to skip. So altogether Cheonan at similar codon and plenty AR means I tend to skip breakfast. Here are two more examples sentences. Cheonan, Thomson, America and then County a, a, I tend to skip lunch. Cheonan Thomas in Mercado them Tanya, Tanya, Tanya codon, and Kanye. I tend to skip dinner tonight. And Tanya, very Codename Tanya. Okay, so let's now do a speaking practice of saying, I tend to skip breakfast, tunnel that semicolon and Tanya Tanya an activity carried him Pena, Cheonan, Thomasson Mercado, and Antonia. John Antonio go to Codename Kenya. Excellent job, well-done. Let's now move on to the final practice. Okay, So by now you should know the drill. This is the final factors where we do simulation practice using all the different expressions together. There are three simulation practices. So if you're ready, let's go straight into the first one. Is a 0 copy man myself. I Timmons robo the sale. The sale the sale. Atoms, hydrogen and Galatia at Simon General Motors hair, tongue anatomy recorded and Penny, excellent job, well done. Okay, so today we learned how to ask what people have for breakfast and also how to talk about what we have for breakfast. In the next lesson, we're going to learn how to talk about our nighttime routine. See you soon again. Bye-bye. 13. 3.2 What do you have for breakfast? (Speaking Drill): What do you usually eat for breakfast? At Siemens Euro borders hale. What they usually eat for lunch? Or detail? What they usually eat for dinner. Tanya? Oh, boy, this l What do you usually eat for lunch? What do you usually eat for dinner? Tanya? Oh, boy, this l What do you usually eat for breakfast? At Siemens Euro borders hale. What do you usually eat for breakfast? At 70 borders hale? What they usually eat for dinner? Tanya been to the oboe, this l. What do you usually eat for breakfast? At Simon judo borders hale, what they usually eat for lunch. Thomas Mann to Robo detail, what they usually eat for dinner. Tanya urban should oboe this l. What do you usually eat for lunch? Thomas Rowe, more detail. I usually only drink coffee, Cheonan, judo copy man-made. I usually only eat bread. Cheonan to Obama Mafia. I usually eat ramen, Cheonan to row via. I usually only eat bread. Cheonan to Obama. I usually only drink coffee, Cheonan to copy my match IR. I usually eat ramen, Cheonan two rho lambda. I usually only drink coffee. Cheonan to copy my match. I usually eat ramen. Cheonan to row. I usually only drink coffee. Cheonan judo copy, ma'am. I usually only eat bread. Cheonan to open my mouth. I usually eat ramen. Cheonan to draw a very mobile IR. I usually only eat bread. Cheonan should Obama. I tend to skip breakfast. Cheonan at similar Codename Cannae a l. I tend to skip lunch. And then Thomas in Mercado and then Panera. I tend to skip dinner tonight. Antonio go to Codename cornea. I tend to skip lunch today then Thomas him a codename Kanye. I tend to skip dinner tonight. Antonio go to Codename Kanye. I tend to skip breakfast Cheonan at seminary Coordinator, Danielle. I tend to skip breakfast. Cheonan at similar Coordinator, Danielle, I tend to skip breakfast. Cheonan at chimeric Codename Cannae a l. I tend to skip lunch today then Thomas him a recording and Kanye. I tend to skip dinner tonight. Antonio go to Codename Kenya. I tend to skip lunch today then Thompson, Mercado, and Kanye. I tend to skip dinner. Tundra Antonio go to Codename Tanya. What do you usually eat for breakfast? At 70 borders hale. What do you usually eat for lunch? Thomas? Row detail. I usually only drink coffee, Cheonan, judo copy my mesh IR. I usually only eat bread. Cheonan to Obama. I tend to skip breakfast. Cheonan at similar Codename Cannae a l. I tend to skip lunch today then Thomas in my recording and I tend to skip breakfast. Cheonan at similar Coordinator, Danielle, what do you usually eat for dinner? Tanya urban should oboe detail. I usually only drink coffee. Cheonan judo copy my mesh IRR. What do you usually eat for lunch? Or detail? I usually eat ramen, Cheonan to draw a line. I tend to skip dinner. Tonight, Antonio go to Codename Kenya. 14. 3.3 What time do you go to bed?: Hi everyone and welcome back. In this lesson, we're going to learn useful language you can use talk about your night-time routine. As always, we'll begin with a mini dialogue. Let's listen. The ICA to move a, a Cheonan put tongue out. She had was our check out omega B national Nia town in the Kaizen and pineal put on the Alto C89. Yeah, I see two Marcell Cheonan bottom out shed was our regular domain, Eukarya be national, Anya town and the kids and Antonia put on your AutoCAD. Okay. So first to ask what time someone goes to bed. We can ask just CH. What time do you go to bed? Brca2 Messiah. Now, as we learned before, the asha means what time. And juseyo is the polite form of too mushy that which means to sleep. To masida is the honorific form of Chadha. So we will use this verb if we're asking this question to someone that we need to be respectful to. However, if you don't need to be so respectful, you can just ask BRCA1, BRCA2. And this question has the same meaning. Okay, so it's a pretty simple question, but let's now do a speaking practice of asking BRCA1 and BRCA2. The ICA to move a a ERC-20 sale. Brca1, BRCA2. Great job, well-done. Next to say that I lie down and read a book, I said Cheonan put tone out shed was a checker. Joan Miro Gaia. Macedonia, normally lie down at nine and read for a bit, how about you, Mina, ton and bottom option was tickled omega Macedonia. Now this sentence has two parts. Cheonan put on our shared via eye normally lie down at nine Chegg or geometric idea. I read for a bit. Now so far in this unit, we've already learned to other words that can mean usually, and they are council and Trudeau. And in the sentence we have put tongue. And although piton means normally, these three words can be used interchangeably. Out she had 10 means to lie down at nine. And do i o is the polite form of Duke that which means to lie or lie down. Then we have Xiaomi Gaia checker. That means to read a book. And we've used the adverb Chong, which means a little. So the literal meaning of the sentence is, I read a book a little, but it can be loosely translated to mean I read for a bit. Now these two sentences are joined by Azar also. And in Korea, there are many different words we can use to mean an and we use Azar also as an when we talk about two actions that are closely related to each other. So in the sentence, we're not just listing two unrelated actions. In order for the second action of reading to happen, I need to do the first action of lying down. And that's how we use as our author to connect two related actions. Let's take a look at two more examples sentences. Cheonan petunia seed was on TV region via eye normally lie down at 10 and watch the TV for a bit. John and bottom Joseon was our tibialis on Baia Cheonan, poor tone your ING ED was our chapter atomic IR. I normally lie down at 11 and read a magazine for a bit. Cheonan Bhutan urine shed was our tap general geometric IR. Okay, So there's no better way for long sentences to stick in your mind than to actually practice using them. So let's now do a speaking practice of these long sentences. Cheonan, poor tongue out she had was our Chegg or geometric mean asthenia. Chang'an Bu Tong Xin who also a checklist or medical IR venation Anya Canyon petunia seed was activated on page count and petunia orangey-red was our tap Delete America. Excellent efforts, well done. Now in response mean asset, challenge the gauge an uncanny a a proton u2 CHI. I tend to sleep late. I normally sleep at 12 ton and the Cas9 and plenty. First, we have Cheonan the data, and this means I sleep late. In Korea, we can change some verbs into adverbs by adding care to the verb stem. So the descriptive verb, that meaning to be laid is changed to his ad will form the meaning late. And as we learned in the previous lesson, didn't Kanye means 10 to, so Cheonan, the Cas9, and Kinesio means I tend to sleep late. And finally Mina added when she sleeps for Toyota to CHI, I normally sleep at 12. Let's take a look at two more examples sentences. Cheonan the gauge and then Kanye, Potomac charge on normal. So Jaya, I tend to sleep late. I normally sleep after midnight. John Dickinson and cornea, Potomac, Tarjan normal sociale, Cheonan, the Ghana and Kenya protons heavier Kanji, SIR, I tend to sleep late. I normally sleep at one AM. Cheonan, the Cas9 and Kanye, protons heavier. In the first example sentence, Tarjan means midnight and non-dot means to be passed. And again, we've used as our Azar to sequence the time being past midnight and then sleeping. So Changjiang DOM azotemia means to go to bed after midnight. In the second example sentence, the key word is heavier, which means I am an inquiry on when we talk about time after midnight, we commonly used a word that's heavier. Sab EEOC generally refers to time between midnight and early morning, such as five AM or six AM. Okay, so let's now do a speaking practice of the sentences. Tannin the given M ponytail, put on the Alto C89. Excellent job today. Well done. Let's now move on to the final practice. Okay, so we're going to do three simulation practices using all the expressions from today's lesson. So when you're ready, let's begin with the first practice. Brca2 town. In the BRCA2 town and the kids and and pioneer put on the altar CATI. Excellent job today. Well done. Okay. So today we learned how to ask when people go to bed and how to talk about when we go to bed. The next lesson is a review lesson, and we will review all the different expressions together in long simulation practice. So I'll see you soon again in that lesson. Bye bye. 15. 3.3 What time do you go to bed? (Speaking Drill): What time do you go to bed? What time do you go to bed? What time do you go to bed? What time do you go to bed? What time do you go to bed? Brca2 Messiah. What time do you go to bed? We are CHI what time do you go to bed? What time do you go to bed? Brca2 Messiah. I normally lie down at nine and read for a bit Cheonan button she had was our Chegg or geometric. I normally lie down at nine and read for a bit. Cheonan Bhutan out she had was a checker geometric idea. I normally lie down at 10 and watch the TV for a bit. Cheonan boutonniere year is shared was on TV, rage on bio. I normally lie down at 11 and read a magazine for a bit. Cheonan baton urine she had was our chapter two geometric idea. I normally lie down at 11 and read a magazine for a bit. Cheonan Bhutan urine she had was a chap tillage or medical. I normally lie down at 10 and watch the TV for a bit. Cheonan both Tanya, she had was on TV rage on bio. I normally lie down at nine and read for a bit. Cheonan Bhutan out she had was our Chegg or geometric idea. I normally lie down at 10 and watch the TV for a bit. Cheonan bottom Yara, she had was TBD, Joan Baez. I normally lie down at nine and read for a bit. Cheonan button out she had was a checker geometric IR. I normally lie down at 11 and read a magazine for a bit. Cheonan button, yada and she had was our chapter two geometric IR. I normally lie down at 11 and read a magazine for a bit. Cheonan button urine she had was our chapter. I normally lie down at 10 and watch the TV for a bit. Cheonan bottom Yara she had was Tiberius Zhong buyer. I tend to sleep late. I normally go to bed at 12 Cheonan, the Cas9 and plenty. To CHI I tend to sleep late. I normally go to bed at 12 Cheonan, the Cas9 and plenty, put Toyota GHI. I tend to sleep late. I normally go to bed after midnight. Cheonan the gauge and Anthony Potomac Tarjan normal. So tile. I tend to sleep late. I normally go to bed after midnight. Cheonan, the Cas9 and Potomac Zhang normal. So tile. I tend to sleep late. I normally go to bed at one AM, Cheonan, the kids and, and plenty l put tones heavier. Kangxi SIL. I tend to sleep late. I normally go to bed at one AM. Cheonan, the kids, Adam, plenty. Put tones heavier. Kangxi age IL. I tend to sleep late. I normally go to bed at 12. Cheonan, the Cas9 and plenty, put Toyota CHI I tend to sleep late. I normally go to bed after midnight tonight and the Cas9 and put Tom. I tend to sleep late. I normally go to bed at 10 AM. Cheonan, the kids and M plenty. Put tones heavier. I tend to sleep late. I normally go to bed at 10 am. Cheonan the kitchen and put tones heavier. I tend to sleep late. I normally go to bed at 12 Cheonan, the Cas9 and plenty. I tend to sleep late. I normally go to bed after midnight. Tonight on the gauge and M plenty. Potomac Tarjan normal. What time do you go to bed? She edge who Messiah. What time do you go to bed? I normally lie down at nine and read for a bit. Cheonan button out she had was a checker geometric IR. I normally lie down at 10 and watch the TV for a bit. Cheonan bottom years she had was our tibiotalar joint. I tend to sleep late. I normally go to bed at 12 Cheonan, the Cas9 and plenty, put Toyota. I tend to sleep late. I normally go to bed after midnight. Cheonan the Cas9 and put Tom. I normally lie down at nine and read for a bit. Cheonan both Tony Hsieh to also check. What time do you go to bed? I tend to sleep late. I normally go to bed at 10 AM. Cheonan the kids and and plenty l put tones heavier conjugate IL. I normally lie down at 11 and read a magazine for a bit. Cheonan Bhutan urine she had was our chapter. What time do you go to bed? I tend to sleep late. I normally go to bed at 12. Cheonan the kids and uncanny a portfolio to CHI 16. 3.4 Unit 3 Review Lesson: Tell me to make gain and day. Sometimes it depends on the total time. The other systemic ISIL Tundra that semicolon in Kenya L copy my message. Could own Tommy Thompson, pebble pile. Could put Tegretol miracle. Could on their way. Good. Okay. The kids, I tell them, baby Pam, Taymiyya and integrity, you guile. I am telling you again and day, sometimes it totally the other system at GSA, Tundra that similar Codename Danielle. Row, copy my muscle tone then at similar called Anika. Good job. Couldn't put Tom, John and the Giza and plenty a ton. And Yoshida was our Tegretol miracle. Could on their way. Good. Okay. The kids I told her I was telling you Tanya, gain and day. Sometimes it depends on the total gate on the other system, I guess I'll take Isiah Tundra, that semicolon in county jail. Town and copy my measure. Could own Thompson John Cheonan at similar called Anika. Pebble pile. Could update on the job. Couldn't put plenty a ton enjoy seed was our Tegretol. Could on their way. Good. Okay, the kids are doing them. Costumers have been cookie MIC man, summers have on Alaska. Tommy title. 17. 4.1 How do you get to work?: Hi everyone and welcome to the very first lesson on this unit on learning useful language you can use to talk about daily and weekly routines. Now, one very important routine that most of us do is go to work. So in this lesson, we'll start things off by learning how to talk about how we get to work. As always, we'll first listen to a mini dialogue between myself and Meta. Target as a Cheonan port tone. So Tycho, Gaia, venation, anemia, town and bottom posited the man did Symantec cytokine, autocad target as John and Paul Tang chateau typo Gaia mean asthenia, town and bottom posited demand, the demand 1000 Gaia. Okay, so first to ask how someone goes to work. We can ask AutoCad, true? Gonna say, how do you get to work? Autocad? Sure gonna say first we have r dot k, and this means how? And trigone has a o, which is the honorific form of 21 Haida means to go to work, so together or docket children as a means. How did you get to work? Okay, so let's go straight into speaking practice of asking, how do you get to work? Or you're going to say, our target as a auto kits, you're going to fail. Auto kits, you're going to assail. That was great, well done. Next, in my response, I said, Cheonan put Tom Tschichold, toggle, Gaia, venation, Anya. I usually take the subway. How about you, Mina, tunnel and bottom CHO taco Gaia mean asthenia. Now, we've already learned that means normally or usually. So let's focus on this part. She had taco Gaia, which means take the subway. First. Gsr means the subway, the underground. And then we have this verb phrase, tag Ohio. This verb phrase combine the verbs ta-da, meaning to ride, to get on, and cada to go. And in Korean, the verb ta-da simply means to get on and it doesn't indicate meaning of movement. So we can combine tada with either Qaeda to go order to come, to indicate going or coming somewhere in the transport. And the same thing also applies to verbs like to walk and to run, to actually talk about walking or running to somewhere. So to talk about walking somewhere, we can say caudal goddamn or caudal end to talk about running somewhere. We can say OR TO them. Now, I won't go into all the little grammatical aspects of y is. Core Gaddafi and caught off guard. But at this stage is just important to develop that awareness that we combine these verbs, CUDA and all that with ta-da to talk about taking a form of transport to somewhere. Here are two more examples sentences. Cheonan, poor tone, texture, toggle Gaia. I usually take the taxi. John and Paul, Tom texture type Ogygia, Cheonan put donkey, Chicago guy. I usually take the train. Cheonan put donkey chatbot via. Okay, so let's now do a speaking practice of these sentences. Repeat after me. Cheonan, poor tone. So taco Gaia, venation, India, China and Podunk jets are typo Gaia, mean asthenia, tell number, tone, texture, toggle, Gaia, town and bottom key category. That was excellent, Well done. Next when I asked how about you being she said Cheonan, poor tone, posture, touchy man. The GME and textural Gaia. I usually take the bus, but if I'm late, I go by taxi, tunnel and bottom pasta, touchy man, the Jimmy and texture of ion. Okay, So the first part of the sentence is similar to the previous line, Chang'an tada, which means I normally take the bus. Now the Korean word for bus parser can also be pronounced as buzzer. Buzzer. Now, at the end of the sentence, we have this structure. She man, add it to the verb Padang and she man means, but then we have the Gibeon, and this combines that to be late with lumen, which means, if so, digital means if I'm late. And lastly, we have tech CDO, Kio. And in this part, law is a particle we use to say how we do something similar to the preposition by when we use it to talk about how we do something. So take pseudo Cairo means I go to work by taxi. Here are two more examples sentences. John and Paul. Tom passed the touchy man, the Jimmy and theatre logo. I usually take the bus, but if I'm late, I go by subway. Cheonan baton pass Italian man, determined Seattle loggia, ton and Botox has Django touchy man digitally and textured or Gaia. I usually ride a bicycle, but if I'm late, I go by taxi. Cheonan Botox hadn't gotten Demon, the Gmail and textural Gaia. Okay, so let's now do a speaking practice of these long sentences. Repeat after me. Tonight. Bottom posited the man did Symantec cytokine, town and bottom posit that demand. The demand 1000 guy, John and bottom positivity man, Cheonan Potomac Hasaan got touchy man digitally and textured or Gaia. Excellent job, well done less than we wanted the final practice. Okay. So it's the final practice time and I think you know what's coming. We're going to do three simulation practices using all the different expressions together. So if you're ready, let's begin with the first one. Autodock h, We're going as El Nino demand. The demand autocad target as a child and who has AGA models or ketose or docket, you're going as a, a town and bottom positive demand. The demand 1000 Gaia. Fantastic job today. Well done. Okay, so today we learn how to ask how people get to work and how to talk about how we get to work in, in Korea. In the next lesson, we're going to learn useful expression we can use to talk about what we all love to do. Getting off work. See you then. Bye bye. 18. 4.1 How do you get to work? (Speaking Drill): How do you get to work on how do you get to work on how do you get to work on how do you get to work? You get to work on how do you get to work? On sale? I usually take the subway tunnel, typo guys. I usually take the tech see Cheonan put Tom taxi type Ogygia. I usually take the train, John and Paul. I usually take the tech see Cheonan put Tom taxi type Ogygia. I usually take the subway tunnel and Potomac typo Gaia. I usually take the train John and put turnkey Tattaglia. I usually take the subway tunnel and put Tom. I usually take the subway tonight and I usually take the taxi taxi type Ogygia. I usually take the train tunnel and put donkey. I usually take the train China and put donkey. I usually take the taxi taxi type or Gaia. I usually take the bus. But if I'm late, I go by a taxi. John and bottom pulsatile demand digitally and texture. I usually take the bus, but if I'm late, I go by taxi. Top and bottom pulsatile demand digitally and tech CDO guy. I usually take the bus, but if I'm late, I go by subway, tunnels, baton pass the task demand. I usually write the bicycle, but if I'm late, I go by taxi. Cheonan Bhutto, Django, touchy man, leukemia and textural guy. I usually take the bus, but if I'm late, I go by subway, tunnel and piton past attaching man. I usually ride the bicycle, but if I'm late, I go by taxi. Cheonan Botox, how Django, touchy man, the Jimmy and textured or Gaia. I usually take the bus, but if I'm late, I go by taxi. John and bottom pulsatile man, digitally and texture. I usually take the bus, but if I'm late, I go by subway, tunnel and piton past touchy man digitally and I usually take the bus, but if I'm late, I go by taxi, Tundra and baton pass the Taiji man digitally and texture. I usually ride the bicycle, but if I'm late, I go by taxi. Cheonan baton to Django touchy man, the Jimmy and, or I usually take the bus, but if I'm late, I go by subway, tunnels, baton pass the task, demand, the demand. I usually ride the bicycle, but if I'm late, I go by taxi. Cheonan Bhutto, Django, touchy man. Lithium-ion textured or Gaia. How do you get to work? On as a l? I usually take the taxi taxi type of guy. I usually take the train. John and Paul, donkey chatbot guy. I usually take the bus, but if I'm late, I go by subway, tunnels, baton pass the touchy man digitally, and I usually take the bus, but if I'm late, I go by taxi. Cheonan baton pass the Taiji man digitally and textured or Gaia. I usually ride the bicycle, but if I'm late, I go by taxi. Cheonan put tone Tango, touchy man, digitally and texture. I usually take the subway tunnel and put Tom typo Gaia. I usually take the taxi. Taxi type of Gaia. How do you get to work? Autocad. I usually take the bus, but if I'm late, I go by taxi. Cheonan baton, pass the task demand, the demand texture. I usually ride the bicycle, but if I'm late, I go by taxi. Cheonan Bhutto, Django, touchy man, the Jimmy and textured or I usually take the bus, but if I'm late, I go by subway, tunnels, baton pass the touchy man. 19. 4.2 What time do you get off work?: Hi everyone and welcome back. In this lesson, we're going to learn how to talk about what time we get off work in Korean. As always, we'll begin with a mini dialogue between myself and Bina. Let's listen. Brca2 begun as a Charmin basic. I need hallelujah, venation and yada, yada, yada, yada, tiger nail. The ICA to organize a John and Mary Macedonia. Tell them boutonniere groups, yada, yada, CSIA taken now. Okay. So first to ask what time someone gets off work. We can ask your share taken an SAR. What time do you get off work? We'll share take the NaCl. Now, we've already learned that we are shear means what time. And after that, we can add a verb to ask what time they do that action. In this question, the verb is taken has a 0, and this is the polite form of the verb taken hashtag, which means to get off work, take them has you, that is the honorific form of taken hada. So if you don't need to be so respectful, you can also just ask me or share taken a L. Okay, so let's go straight into speaking practice of asking BRCA1 and BRCA2 organizes the ICA to organize your sheer technique. Your sheer technique. That was great, well done. Next, in response to this question, I said, Charmin made it began Italia venation Anya. It's different every day. How about you, Mina, Cheonan, bearish again, Italia, venation, Anya. First, we have this word may end. It means every day. Male is a compound noun. Bear means every, and it refers to day. So we can also say maegju every week, every month, and Manyuan every year. She began means time, and it's used with a subject particle ie. And then we have Galileo, the polite form of targeted, that meaning to be different. So this sentence means for me that time is different every day is different every day. And then we ask me National Nia, How about you, Bina? Here are two more examples sentences. Cheonan may take an AR. I get off work at seven every day. Cheonan may ego share taken ALL Cheonan made the git tag on the head. I get off work late every day. Cheonan may get taken a a So as well as saying that my finish time is different every day, we can also specify the time we get off work or just say we get off work late every day. Okay, so let's now do a speaking practice of saying, when we get off work, Charmin Basic, I need hallelujah. Venation, Anya. Cheonan marriage began Italia venation, Anya. Canon Bailey. Take a nail town and made the catagen nail. Excellent job, well done. Finally, when I ask me now, when she gets off work, she said Cheonan put Tong, CSR, your doses higher taker. Now, I usually get off work between 78 ton and bottom. Csr Yoder says, Hey, I'd taken a L. Okay, so some of the words and phrases in the sentence we've already gone over. So let's focus on this part. It will go up CSR, your daughter, She's higher, which means between 78 first, it'll go up CSR Yossi means 78. She means hour. So it will go up. She and Diadochi means seven o'clock and eight o'clock. And SR is a particle that has many different uses in Korean. And one of them is to mean or from. So it'll go up CSR yada, she kinda means from seven to eight. Lastly, means between and it's used with a particle air. So altogether it will go up CSR yada, Archie is higher means between 78. Let's take a look at two more examples sentences. Cheonan, Portola, he also shares are iliopsoas higher taker now, I usually get off work between 67 ton and we'll Tony also shares are eager to take the nail salon them baton pass or CSR TASO Schuppanzigh taker. Now, I usually get off work between five and 513 ton and bottom TASO CSO TASO Schuppanzigh take on the L. And in the second example sentence, pan means half. So Paso she pan means 513. Okay, so let's now do a speaking practice of saying, I get off work between this time and this time. Repeat after me. Hey, take a nail. The nail. The nail. That was excellent, Well done. Okay, So as always, we're going to do three simulation practices using all the different expressions from today's lesson. So if you're ready, let's start the first practice. Take a nail. Nail. The nail. Excellent job today. Well done. Okay. So today we learned how to ask what time people get off work and also how to talk about when we get off work. In the next lesson, we're going to learn how to talk about how often we do things in Korean. See you soon again. Bye-bye. 20. 4.2 What time do you get off work? (Speaking Drill): What time do you get off work? Taken as a L. What time do you get off work? Taken as a L? What time do you get off work? What time do you get off work? What time do you get off work? Taken as a L. What time do you get off work? Taken a L. What time do you get off work? Taken as a L? What time do you get off work? Taken? A l is different. Every day. Ciao Italia. I get off work at seven every day. John than male. Taken a l. I get off work late every day. Cheonan made the git tag and a l I get off work late every day. Cheonan made the getText and a l. I get off work at seven every day. John than male. Taken L is different. Every day. Cheonan. It's different. Every day. Is different. Every day. I get off work late. Every day. Cheonan made the getToken a l. I get off work at seven every day. Cheonan male taken a l I get off work late every day. Cheonan made the getToken a l. I get off work at seven every day. John than male tiger nail. I usually get off work between 78 Cheonan put Tony, CSR Yoda is she's taken a l. I usually get off work between 67 children put Tony also CSR. Taken a l. I usually get off work between five and 513. Cheonan put Tong TASO, CSR TASO, see pans, I take an ale. I usually get off work between 78 Cheonan put Tong, CSR Yoda is she's taken a l. I usually get off work between 67 John and put Tony ASA CSR. Taken a l. I usually get off work between five and 513. Cheonan put Tang TASO, CSR Takahashi, trigger nail. I usually get off work between 78. Cheonan put tone, CSR, Yoder she's taken a l. I usually get off work between 67. Cheonan put Tony also CSR. Taken a l. I usually get off work between 78. Cheonan put Tony, CSR Yoder, she's taken a l. I usually get off work between 5 and 5 13 Cheonan put Tong TASO, CSR Takahashi, trigger a l. I usually get off work between 67. Cheonan put Tony also CSR. Taken a l. I usually get off work between 5 and 5, 13. Cheonan put Tom TASO, CSR TASO, see patterns. I've taken a L. What time do you get off work? Taken as a L. What time do you get off work? Taken? A a is different. Every day. I get off work at seven every day. Cheonan male. She had taken a l I usually get off work between 67. John and Tom IASA, CSR. Taken a l. I usually get off work between 78 Cheonan put Tony, CSR Yoda is she's taken a l. I get off work late every day. Cheonan made the git tag and a l. I usually get off work between five and 513. Cheonan put tongue TASO, CSR has taken a l. I usually get off work between 67. Cheonan put Tom Yaso, CSR. Taken a L. What time do you get off work? Taken as a l? It's different. Every day. Ciao Italia. I usually get off work between 78. Cheonan put tone, CSR, Yoda is she's taken ALL. 21. 4.3 How often do you go to the gym?: Hi everyone and welcome back. In today's lesson, we're going to learn how to ask. How often do you go to the gym in Korean? And if you're anything like me, your answer is probably going to be almost never. But the language you're going to learn today, it can be used in many other contexts. So there'll be useful expressions to know. Let's begin with a mini dialogue between myself and meaner. Hey Sudan or Charmin, Cinnabon, Chi Minh, asthenia, total Corrada, go ahead and de Portola. Hey Cezanne or China needed today Cinnabon Gaia be national, Anya Totto, Claudia who hadn't day potato handy-dandy one buckyball. First to ask, how often do you go to the gym? We can ask hasty Jang. Yeah. Oh man, at Agile Gaia, how often do you go to the gym? Has Cijiang? Yeah. Oh man, that's had Eukarya. First, heresy Jang means the gym. And it's used with the parts cool air, meaning to manage. Hadoop means how often? Oh man, I means how much and taboo means often. And in this question we have the polite form of the verb, but cauda to go PIO. So this question means how often do you go to the gym? Now, one thing to note with this question is that Harris's Chang'e can be positioned just before the verb Kio. So we could also ask old manage had you had a Cijiang Achaia and it will be fine also. Now, we can also change the verb and ask about other things people might do on a regular basis. Here are two example questions. Oh man, I had two young wider your pile. How often do you watch films? Oh, manage had Julian, why do we buy our own? Manage had Jewish hoping her hair. How often do you go shopping? Oh, manage had Jewish helping her hair. In this example, questions, Young were films and shopping. Shopping are the objects of the verbs PIO and hail. So unlike in the first sentence, they are positioned just before the verb. However, do note that Korean sentences are quite flexible, so it's also fine for them to be positioned at the front of the sentence. But it's more common for them to be positioned just before the verb. Okay, so let's now do a speaking practice of asking, how often do you do something? Repeat after me or my dad had hey, since Deng Xiaoping. Excellent job, well done. Next to respond to minutes question, I said. Cheonan injury, there's an air-bone gap. I mean, national Anya. I go three or four times a week. How about you, Mina Chang'an YuJa, there's Hannibal and Gaia National Anya. Okay, first issue, it means one week. It is a Sino-Korean number, meaning one and chewing means week. In Korean, we sometimes just used to mean one week. So both Chew and chew it have the same meaning. And in many contexts they can be used interchangeably. However, in certain contexts is more natural to use one over the other. And in this sentence is more natural to use rather than two. Then we have San airborne, and this simply means three or four times. Pawn means time, so to say three or four, we simply use the shortened forms of native Korean numbers, set and NET, Santa. Similarly to say two or three times, we can say 27. 27. Here are two more examples sentences. Cheonan imagery that 27 guy, I go two or three times a week. Cheonan ill-treated 27 Gaia, China and heritage and air coil and Gaia. I rarely go to the gym. Charlton Heston Zang Acheulean Gaia. In the second example sentence we have this phrase, coli and geico. And this combines coin, meaning almost an unguided, meaning not go. And together it means rarely go. Similarly to say, rarely eat. We would say, Call me a mug, Kaya mogul. And I don't know about you, but coin and geico is definitely my kind of answer when it comes to how often I go to the gym. Okay, so let's now do a speaking practice of saying how often we go to the gym. Cheonan, Eritrea, Cinnabon, be national media. China needed today's hand avant-garde mean asthenia, continuity data to say bomb via tongue and Hezekiah, Korean guy. Excellent job, well done. Lastly mean, I responded by saying chador, Giuliano, go hand and hand. Gaia. I tried to do that too, but I usually only go once or twice a month. Chador could audio hand and they're put on a 100 one buckyball Gaia. Now this sentence is made up of two parts. First, chador, curio, go hand in there, and second handout, a 100 one, but Gamow, Gaia. Now in the first part we have the particle Torr, meaning two, and this verb phrase, coup the audio go Hannon, there is made up of many parts. First, we have q-dot attack, which means to do like that. And we add the logo. The logo is a suffix we add to verbs to talk about our intention to do something. So curios Naoko Huldah means tried to do that. Lastly, we have done there, which means but so Chido QDOT ago Hannon them means I tried to do that too. But in the second part, we have this particle pack gate, which means only. And there are two important points to note with this particle. First verb that comes after is always a negative form. So although it means I only go, we use a negative verb structure, Bodh Gaya, which means cannot go. Second, we use packet to emphasize how small the number is. So we use pack guy in the sentence to emphasize that me going to the gym once or twice a month is a very small number. This distinction is very important as this is what differentiates pack, Geher and man, which we learned in an earlier lesson. Okay, so let's take a look at two more examples. Sentences, child or QD audio go hand and hand directly to sebum, but gable Gaia, I tried to do that too, but I usually only go two or three times a month. Toto curio Kohonen day 27. But Gabo, Gaia, chador, curiosity, I'll go ahead and put tonal center bomb. But Gamow, Gaia. I tried to do that too, but I usually only go three or four times a month. Chador curio Kohonen day center upon bugaboo Gaia. Okay, so let's now do a speaking practice of the sentences. Repeat after me. Cuddle Claudia, go ahead and put Tom Totto Corrada. Go ahead and they put on hand excellent efforts today. Well done. Okay. So it's the final practice time and same as before. We're going to do three simulation practices. Practicing all the different expressions from today's lesson. If you're ready, we'll start the first one. Harris, the Jaguar or manage had you guys tonight AT chador, could Jada hand and they're put on a 100 one bucket leukemia. Hey, so glad. And they put their hand up today. Oh, good idea. Go ahead and put a handle on buckyball. Excellent job, well done. Okay, so today we learned some useful expressions we can use to talk about how often we do something. The next lesson is a review lesson, where we're going to review all the different expressions from the three previous lessons in long simulation practice. So when you're ready, I'll see you soon again in that lesson. Bye bye. 22. 4.3 How often do you go to the gym? (Speaking Drill): How often do you go to the gym? How often do you go to the gym? Hennessy, Jang air or manage. Had Eukarya how often do you watch films? Oh, my knowledge had you, Yamato, by how often do you go shopping? Shopping or hair. How often do you watch films? Oh, my knowledge had you Yamato, by how often do you go shopping? Shopping or hair. How often do you go to the gym? Had a Cijiang, a statue Gaia. How often do you go shopping? Shopping or hail. How often do you go to the gym? Had a suit on. How often do you go shopping? How do we manage Hadoop shopping or hair. How often do you go shopping? How we manage Hadoop shopping or hair. How often do you go shopping? How we manage Hadoop shopping or hair? I go three or four times a week. Charmin E2E, this guy. I go two or three times a week. Charmin eatery, that 27 guy. I rarely go to the gym. Char and then Harrison Jang a coin and Gaia. I go three or four times a week. Cheonan E2E, this guy. I go two or three times a week. Cheonan injury there to say bong guy. I rarely go to the gym. Char and then Harris, Cijiang a coin and Gaia. I go three or four times a week. Cheonan E28, a Cinnabon Gaia. I rarely go to the gym. And Jonathan Harris, Cijiang a coin and Gaia. I go two or three times a week. Cheonan eatery that to say bong guy. I go three or four times a week. Cheonan, Cinnabon Gaia. I go two or three times a week. China and eatery that I rarely go to the gym. Cernan Harrison Jang a coin and Gaia. I tried to do that too, but chador, QDOT, APOE hand and day. I usually only go once or twice a month, put a handout, a 100 one buck cable. I tried to do that too, but I usually only go once or twice a month. Chido QDOT, I'll go ahead and put Tom handed a cable. I tried to do that too, but I usually only go once or twice a month. Shadow QDOT of go hand and hand. I tried to do that too, but I usually only go two or three times a month. Child WHO could go hand and hand to sebum buck cable KaiA. I tried to do that too, but I usually only go three or four times a month ago. Qdot of go hand and hand DRS Obamacare MOOC. I tried to do that too, but I usually only go two or three times a month. Child WHO could go hand and hand back cable. I tried to do that too, but I usually only go three or four times a month. Chido curiosity of go hand and hand, palm back, Gamow. I tried to do that too, but I usually only go once or twice a month. Shadow QDOT ago had and I tried to do that too, but I usually only go to a three times a month and day. I tried to do that too, but I usually only go three or four times a month ago. Qdot of go hand and hand. I tried to do that too, but I usually only go to a three times a month and day. I tried to do that too, but I usually only go once or twice a month ago. I tried to do that too, but I usually only go three or four times a month ago. Qdot of go hand and hand. How often do you go to the gym? Or how often do you go shopping? Shopping or hair? I go two or three times a week. 27 guy. I rarely go to the gym. I tried to do that too, but I usually only go once or twice a month ago. Qdot of go hand and hand. I tried to do that too, but I usually only go to a three times a month. Toto QDOT ago hand and then I go to three times a week. I tried to do that too, but I usually only go three or four times a month ago. Qdot. I'll go hand and hand upon bugaboo. How often do you go shopping? Shopping or hair? I go two or three times a week. I tried to do that too, but I usually only go once or twice a month ago. Qdot of go hand and hand. How often do you go to the gym? 23. 4.4 Unit 4 Review Lesson: Csr. Take a nail. Could I do take them as nail? The nail. Bucketing without telling them that? Hesitant. Hence, Gaia. Gaia was no more thought on that t. Hence the tinea pre-sale polity mistake or QSEN and young man, could I could pick a nail. Could I do nail? The nail? Bucketing without that tomb could take Cheonan, can Yang. Hesitant. Hence the Dunya pre-sale. Dhamma to get back together. Qsen and young man, contextual via CSR. Take a nail. Could I do nail the nail? Bucketing without that tomb could take Cheonan, can Yang. Hesitant. Hesitant. Hey, Suzanne achalasia. Hence the tinea pre-sale. 10 their normal job. 24. 5.1 What's your hobby?: Hi everyone and welcome back. In this lesson, we're going to learn useful language you can use to talk about your hobbies in Korean. As always, we'll first begin with many dialogues or less listened to myself and Mina talking about our hobbies. Q. Icann tomorrow boy. Cheonan tomorrow, re-ran things and had OK, I venation and Nia talent to my, uh, my dad had alkyl, KYC and N2 middle glycemia challenge humor etching good around the national media today and tomorrow. Okay, so first to ask what my hobby is. Mina asked k1, CNN Cimino was a. A What's your hobby? Q1, Q1, shin and chimera was L. In this sentence we had key ones in. So we've used a topic particle nun with k1, S0. And we would generally use then if we were to change the topic of the conversation, or if we've asked the same question to someone else, but we're now asking Q1 the same question. Second, CIMI means hobby, and although in the first syllable we've used a vowel, we, the val WE is weakened in fast speech and sounds like e. So this word is often pronounced as Jimmy, Jimmy and inquiry. And the particle law has many different users and we can use law to say for something, what do you do? Next word, I think you know, already bought means what? And has a o is the honorific and polite form of the verb a hada, which means to do. So altogether, k1 Chenin Shimizu was a o means what do you do for hobby key one, wash your hobby Q1. Okay, so it's a pretty simple question, So let's go straight into a speaking practice. Bly fail. Q. Icann to middle blue. Isaiah was hail. That was great, well-done. Next to answer this question, I said Cheonan. Asthenia. I go hiking with friends at the weekend. How about you, Mina, challenge umar etching, good. Derrida, LinkedIn, Zanadu via mean asthenia means at the weekend. Chin Goodell means friends. And Iran is a particle that can be used to mean in width. And then we have the verb phrase to Zion had alkyl. This verb phrase combines things on Hidalgo, which means to hike and law cadaver, which we use to talk about the purpose of going somewhere. Now, when we use law kDa, we don't necessarily need to say where we're going. But when we talk about certain activities which we have to go somewhere to do. Such as hiking, we often use this verb ending law codon to talk about going somewhere to do that hobby or activity. Here are two more examples sentences, Cheonan tomorrow, shopping at Ohio. I go shopping with my girlfriend at the weekend. Challenge humid day, you're judging good and shopping out of IR Cheonan to my diploma Omnimedia and corporate cytokine. I play golf with my parents at the weekend. Challenge ramada, loci are now one important point to note is that although we've used law CUDA with each of these activities, we don't have to use law CUDA with every activity we go somewhere to do. So in these sentences we can just say shopping hail and called PKU child. And that would be fine too. It's just that with many languages there are always different ways of expressing the same idea. So I think learning this expression will help you to know another way of talking about your hobbies and activities. Okay, So let's now do a speaking practice of the sentences. Repeat after me. Cheonan to be gnashing and Nia. Cheonan tomorrow. I'm getting good excellent efforts while we're done next. When I asked mean asthenia, she said Cheonan to my my dad's Fiona. I go swimming every weekend, children to marry my Dashiell NANOG ion. Now in some of the verb phrase, we've already learned how we use law kDa. But in this noun phrase to my Madame, we have this part called Beida. And this particle means every. And we use this particle in the same way as the English word every to say how often we do something. Here are two more examples sentences. Cheonan COM ADA, yoga. I do yoga every Wednesday. Cheonan COM ADA your bad or Gaia, john and iterating my dad hugging and Ogygia. I go jogging every Sunday. Cheonan IDO or my dad chugging along. So we can use models with days of the week to say that we do something on that particular day each week. Let's now do a speaking practice of the sentences. Repeat after me. See I'll add alkyl planning to my, my dad's Cheonan spheroid, Medea yoga, my data to get out of Gaia. Fantastic job today, rode on. Let's now move on to the final practice. Okay, so in this final practice, same as always, we're going to do three simulation practices using all the expressions from today's lesson. So if you're ready, let's go straight into the first practice. Tongue into my concern at all. Cnn to mobilize tonight and tomorrow that singular and shopping data via Beethoven and Gotcha. Chimaera was L planning to my model Seattle via excellent efforts today, well done. Okay, so today we learned some useful expressions we can use to talk about our hobbies in Korean. In the next lesson, we're going to learn more useful language you can use to talk about what you do in your spare time. See you soon again. Bye-bye. 25. 5.1 What's your hobby? (Speaking Drill): What's your hobby? What's your hobby? Oh boy. What's your hobby? What's your hobby? What's your hobby? Oh, boy. What's your hobby? Oh, boy. I go hiking with friends at the weekend. Cheonan tomorrow. I go hiking with friends at the weekend. I go shopping with my girlfriend at the weekend. Cheonan tomorrow. Shopping. I play golf with my parents at the weekend Cheonan to promote anemia and cool puts it. Okay. I go shopping with my girlfriend at the weekend. Cheonan tomorrow. Shopping. I play golf with my parents at the weekend. Cheonan tomorrow puts it okay. I go hiking with friends at the weekend. I play golf with my parents at the weekend. Puts it out. I go hiking with friends at the weekend. Cheonan tomorrow. I go shopping with my girlfriend at the weekend. Shopping at all. I play golf with my parents at the weekend. I go shopping with my girlfriend at the weekend. Cheonan tomorrow. Shopping. I go swimming every weekend. Cheonan to marry. I do yoga every Wednesday. Cheonan CEO and my dad, Uganda. I go jogging every Sunday, char then etoile, my dad hogging out of IR. I do yoga every Wednesday, Cheonan. So you're in my data, your guard down. I go jogging every Sunday, China and etoile. My dad talking out of IR. I go swimming every weekend. Cheonan to my mother. See you on that. I go swimming every weekend. Cheonan tomorrow. I do yoga every Wednesday. I go swimming every weekend. I go jogging every Sunday. China and oil. My dad, I do yoga every Wednesday. I go jogging every Sunday. China and my dad. What's your hobby? Cimino boys L. What's your hobby? Oh boy. I go hiking with friends at the weekend. Cheonan tomorrow. When I go shopping with my girlfriend at the weekend. Cheonan tomorrow shopping. I go swimming every weekend. Cheonan tomorrow. I go jogging every Sunday. China and my dad, I play golf with my parents at the weekend. Tomorrow. Cool puts it. Okay. What's your hobby? Cimino boys l I do yoga every Wednesday. Cheonan COM I go hiking with friends at the weekend. Cheonan tomorrow. I go jogging every Sunday. China and my dad, I go shopping with my girlfriend at the weekend. Cheonan tomorrow, shopping. 26. 5.2 What do you do in your spare time?: Hi everyone and welcome back. In this lesson, we're going to learn useful language you can use. Talk about what you do in your spare time. As always, we'll begin with a mini dialogue between myself and Bina. So if you're ready, let's listen. Yochai cigar name was a challenge. Check rhetoric canal yeonghwareul by venation, Anya, Carnegie Shikai, Simeon, underline and garbage while yeah, I see a guy named Boaz, a challenge Ghanaian matter via mean Athena, Anya carnegie kinase, a man who know hadn't gone to wire. Okay, so first we have the question, what do you do in your spare time? And this is yoga. Was a what do you do in your spare time? Yogas. Uga name was now yoga. She can mean spare time or free time. The word yoga itself refers to free time or spare time, but it's often used with the word Chaconne, which means time to refer to spare time. Then we have Boas AR, and we've seen this structure several times already. And it's made up of more meaning what? And has a o, the polite and honorific form of Hulda, meaning to do. So altogether. Yogas, she was here, means what do you do in your spare time? Okay. So let's practice asking this question. Yochai cigar was a. Uh, yeah, I see a guy named Boaz, a yoga. Was that was great, well done. Next, in my response, I said Cheonan to draw Tegrity cannot be national. Anya. I usually read a book or watch a movie. How about you, Mina, challenge Roe Tegrity, Ghanaian mother via mean osteopenia. Now let's focus on this part, Chegg, Ghanaian my bio. In this part, checker. It that means read a book and young water you pour. That means watch a movie. And these two parts are joined by the particle corner, which means all. Now the use of RNA is pretty simple. When we provide two actions or two verbs as being two options, we add corner to the first verb stem. So to the verb that we just add corner to the verb stem to form it. Goanna. Here are two more examples sentences. Cheonan, judo, normal Hagana, San Diego area. I usually exercise or go for a walk. Cheonan should own Dongara gone as handshake or a, a Cheonan should or singular man. Now gonna hang Google Chrome where I usually meet a friend or study Korean challenge. You wrote singular man nagana, hangover. So as you can see in each sentence, we've used the corner with the first verb to provide two actions as being two options. Okay, so let's now do a speaking practice of the sentences. Repeat after me. That was great. Well-done. Next when I asked mean Athenian, yeah. She said Cheonan Shivani Simeon, who don't engage wire. If I have time, I like to exercise China and Shivani Simeon, who know unengaged or YR. Now this sentence can be divided into two parts. Cheonan, Shivani, Simeon and windowing and Gulch YL. In the first part, we have already learned that she began means time and the verb eat that can have many different meanings. And in this context it means to have. And we've added Lumia, which means if so the first part, Cheonan schizogony is Simeon means if I have time. In the second part, we first have non-header and we've added during gut, which changes verbs into a noun form. So London hadn't got kinda means exercising or to exercise. And as longhand and God is the object of the verb a Chihuahua hail, meaning to like, we've added the object particle. Now in speech, causal is often said as color. So altogether online and go to our hair means I like exercising or I like to exercise. Let's take a look at two other examples sentences, China and Shivani Simeon and could him Gideon and go to IR. If I have time, I like to draw Tana and Shivani Simeon and could even get in and go to IR, Cheonan Shivani Simeon UDN and go to IR. If I have time, I like to cook China and Chinese simian urea and go to YL. In the first example sentence we have could include in and gut. In Korean, the verb to draw is QD that and could im, means a picture. But to talk about drawing as an activity, we always say could embody that. So do keep that in mind. Okay, so let's now do a speaking practice. All of these sentences repeat after me. Great efforts today. Well done. Let's move on to the final practice. Okay, so in this final practice, we're going to do three simulation practices using all the different expressions from today's lesson. So if you're ready, let's go straight into the first one. Your gastric and there was a plan to rotate great Ghanaian water via QA CGA. Tanisha Ghani is Simeon window and go to YL. Yeah, by Sega enable I fail. Today's economy Simeon window and go to wire. Excellent job today, well done. Okay, so today we learned some useful expressions we can use to talk about what we do in our spare time. The next lesson is a review lesson, and we're going to review what we learned on the expressions we can use. Talk about our hobbies and what we learned today on the language we use to talk about our spare time activities. See you soon again. Bye bye. 27. 5.2 What do you do in your spare time? (Speaking Drill): What do you do in your spare time? Yoga. What do you do in your spare time? Yoga. What do you do in your spare time? Yoga. What do you do in your spare time? Yoga. What do you do in your spare time? Yoga? Bois sale. What do you do in your spare time? Yoga. I usually read a book or watch a film. John and I usually exercise or go for a walk. Cheonan judo. I usually meet a friend or study Korean, John and singular man nagana, Hangzhou. Welcome. Well, I usually read a book or watch a film. John and I usually meet a friend or study Korean Cheonan, singular man. Now gonna hang Google. I usually exercise or go for a walk. Cheonan judo. I usually read a book or watch a film. I usually read a book or watch a film. I usually exercise or go for a walk. Cheonan judo. I usually meet a friend or study Korean. Singular man nagana, hang Google Chrome where I usually exercise or go for a walk. I usually meet a friend or study Korean. John and singular man nagana, Hangzhou. Welcome. Well, if I have time, I like to exercise China and Chinese simian windowing and enlarge while if I have time, I like to exercise China in Chaconne is Simeon windowing and enlarge. While if I have time, I like to draw London shiny Simeon and couldn't get in involved. If I have time, I like to cook Cheonan, Shivani, Simeon, urea and engage while if I have time, I like to draw Cheonan shiny Simeon and couldn't get in. And if I have time, I like to cook Cheonan schizogony, Simeon, urea and engage YL. If I have time, I like to draw Cheonan shiny Simeon and couldn't get in and virtual I, if I have time, I like to exercise. Cheonan Chaconne is Simeon windowing an advantage while if I have time, I like to draw. Cheonan Chaconne is Simeon and could him Green Engage while if I have time, I like to cook China and Shivani Simeon urea and engage while if I have time, I like to exercise China and Shivani Simeon windowing and enlarge while if I have time, I like to cook. John and schizogony is Simeon urea and engage while what do you do in your spare time? Yoga. Blocks L. What do you do in your spare time? Yoga. I usually read a book or watch a film. Cheonan. Usually exercise or go for a walk. Cheonan judo, normal Haganah, Santiago de L. If I have time, I like to exercise Chinese simian windowing and enlarge while if I have time, I like to draw Cheonan Chaconne is Simeon and couldn't get in and voyage while what do you do in your spare time? Yoga. I usually meet a friend or study Korean. Cheonan, singular man nagana, Hangzhou. Welcome. Well, if I have time, I like to cook. Cheonan, Chugani, Simeon, urea and engage while if I have time, I like to exercise China and the Chaconne is Simeon London and enlarge while I usually read a book or watch a film, I usually exercise or go for a walk. Cheonan Judo. 28. 5.3 Unit 5 Review Lesson: T. To Corona. 29. 6.1 What's Minsu like?: Hi everyone and welcome to Unit 6, where we will learn useful language we can use to talk about people's personalities. In this lesson, we're going to learn how to ask about people's personalities and a lot of useful words we can use to describe people's personalities. As always, we'll begin with a mini dialogue. So if you're ready, let's listen. Means and then some coffee beans, linens, hung Kogi to IR on Chiang Kai-shek, KR could on their John that got in and cornea means and then somehow got benzene and sang gauge wire on Tang. Could under John that garden in plenty. Okay, So let's first begin with how we can ask about people's personality. Means run-ins hung GKE, I'll detail what's Min Zu like means alanines Hong Kong IA out there. Some guck in Korean means personality. And audio is a verb phrase we can use to ask how something is. So this question kinda means how's mins, whose personality? And this is how we ask what's Min Zu like in Korea? Okay, so let's go straight into a speaking practice of asking what's Min Zu like mean pseudonyms, hungry AGI out their needs in, in some coffee. Beans in enzyme can go. B9 and Yogi out there. Changes in Santiago out there. That was great, well done. Next to describe beans whose personality I said been Sudanese, Hong Kong each while I'm Chang. Min Zu has good personality. He's very kind. Benzene and Sancho get YR on Tang childcare. First, I said Sonka. Each Y0 and Y0 is a descriptive verb. That means to be good. So this first sentence can be translated to mean ministers personality is good. And this is a really common way of saying that someone has good personality. Then I said on Chung check Kao. In Korea, there are many words that can mean a very and on Chung is one of them. Then we have check Kao, the polite form of Chaka that and Takeda means to be kind and to be nice. And it's a really common way of describing someone's personality in a positive way. Let's take a look at few other examples sentences. So GNNs, oncology, Chaplin, AR, on Chang. Yeah, I'm Johnny. Susie has a calm personality. She's very well behaved surgeon and some GCG each have an AR on Chongyang Johnnie L bananas Hong Kong IA on me now has an outgoing personality. She's really energetic. Manana and Hong Kong IA, high barrier on Chang'e 66. Okay, So we have a lot of words here that we can use to describe people's personalities. First, Chappell Nadal means to become an yam Jana, That means to be gentle and well-behaved. And although we can use Chappell Nadal to describe the personality of those who are older and younger than us. Yang Jian ADA is generally only used to describe a younger person's personality. We generally don't use the angina that describe an older person's personality. Then we have high about ADA, and this means to be outgoing and lively. And then we have 66 CUDA. And this means to be energetic and courageous. So we use these two words to describe someone who is outgoing, energetic, and active. Okay, so let's now do a speaking practice of the sentences. Repeat after me. Being pseudonyms Hong Kong on benzene and Sancho gauge wire on Chang'e. Susan enzyme, Calgary tablinum on tang. Yeah, I'm Danielle means I'm jogging on 1060 care. That was excellent. Well done. After that, I said that Min Zu is a little shy. So I said Could on debt that got in Kenya. However, he tends to be a little shy, good undead jom that gutting him plenty air. Okay, First we have accrued on there, and this means however OR, but. The next word is Chaum, and this word can also be pronounced as jom. And in this sentence, this word means a little. Then we have this phrase not guarded that, or that silica IDA. And this means to be shy. In Korean, there are two other words we can use to describe someone as being shy. And they are Suzhou and put good up there. And put up that is more about feeling shy because maybe you have to do something in front of someone, such as singing or dancing. However, not Gandhi die and soup that is about being shy because of one's introverted personality. So people who are not guarded and suit-up that would be shy when meeting new people. So that's the difference between these three expressions. Lastly, we have the county, and we've already learned this. And this means 10 to so altogether could under Jiang that garden and plenty of means. However, he tends to be a little shy. And this sentence is still about Min Zu. So although his name is not mentioned in the sentence, it is understood based on the context. Let's take a look at two more examples sentences could on their pseudonym Tom satisfied. Imagine Kenya. However, Susie tends to be a little cold. Could on their surgeon and jumps. I said imagine plenty l could on their banana. And John body man in Kenya. However, Mina tends to be a little talkative. Could under benign and John body banned Antonio. Okay, first, if someone is code and a bit distant, we can use cytosome at their inquiry and the descriptive tag up. That also means to be cold. And we can use this word to describe someone as being cold, as having a cold personality. But cytosol, my dad, is another word that has a similar meaning. Next we have Maddie. Magenta means words or speech. My anti means many. A lot of body mantra is how we describe someone as being talkative. Okay, So with that in mind, let's now do a speaking practice of the sentences. Repeat after me. Could join that Gottingen County a, a good job that cardinal cannot Naser didn't domes I file my them pineal. Couldn't they be nano and to embody band and ponytail. Fantastic efforts. Well done. Let's now move on to the final practice. Okay, so same as before. In this final practice, there are going to be three simulation practices, and we'll practice all the different expressions from today's lesson. So if you're ready, let's begin with the first one. Being incidents on calcu. Tail means codon day, means and ends on kalguksu while on some tech coul could update on that garden and pineal gland and some carryout there means an enzyme kalguksu while on some takeaways. Quran datum that carried and pineal. Fantastic job today, well done. Okay, so today we learned how to ask about people's personalities, and we learn a lot of words that we can use to describe people's personalities in a positive and in a negative way. In the next lesson, we're going to learn more useful expressions we can use to describe people's personalities. See you then, bye bye. 30. 6.1 What's Minsu like? (Speaking Drill): What's Min Zu like Yogi out there? What's mean I like Yogi out there. What's James? Like chains and then sunk Yogi out there. What's Min Zu like benzene and some Kogi out there. What's James Like? James and then some Kogi out there. What's mean I like bananas and some Kogi out there. Means who has a good personality? He's very kind. Means soon in some cow gauge wire. Susie has a calm personality. She's very well behaved. So GNNs oncology Chaplin on Chongyang, Johnny B now has an outgoing personality. She's very energetic. B9 and Hong Kong. Kl. Susie has a calm personality. She's very well behaved. So GNNs, oncology Chaplin ALL on Chang'an means who has a good personality. He's very kind. Been Xun and Sanjiao gauge wire on Changsha care. Mina has an outgoing personality. She's very energetic. B9 and Hong Kong. Kl means who has a good personality. He's very kind. When Xun in Sanjiao gauge wire means who has a good personality. He's very kind. Been Xun and sang gauge wire on Changjiang. Mina has an outgoing personality. She's very energetic. Bananas Hong Kong. Chung 66. Susie has a calm personality. She's very well behaved. So GNNs oncology Chaplin ALL on Jiang Yan. Jiang Mina has an outgoing personality. She's very energetic. B9 and Hong Kong. Jiang 66. Susie has a calm personality. She's very well behaved. So GNNs oncology Chaplin AR on Chongyang Johnny. However, Min Zu tends to be a little shy kid on their beans in and join that cutting. And Danielle. However, Susie tends to be a little code could on their surgeon and jom cytosol. Imagine Kenya, however, tends to be a little talkative. Couldn't there be nano and Joan Barry band and planning ALL, however, tends to be a little talkative could on their banana and Joan body by an implant PAL. However, Min Zu tends to be a little shy, could on their beans in and join that Gottingen plenty. However, Susie tends to be a little code could on their surgeon and jom cytosol imagine Kanye. However, Min Zu tends to be a little shy, good on their bins and then jump back garden and Danielle. However, Min Zu tends to be a little shy kid on their beans and John that catenin county ALL. However, Susie tends to be a little code could on their surgeon and jom cytosol. Imagine Kenya, however, tends to be a little talkative. Couldn't there be nano and Joan Barry band and planning ALL. However, Susie tends to be a little code could on their surgeon and jom satisfied. Imagine Kanye, however, tends to be a little talkative. Could on their banana. And Joan Barry Manilow, Danielle. What's Min Zu like? Yogi out there? What's mean I like bananas and some Kogi out there. Means who has a good personality? He's very kind. Vinson and somehow gauge wire on Tang. Susie has a calm personality. She's very well behaved. So GNNs oncology Chaplin on Chang'an John. However, Min Zu tends to be a little shy, good on their beans and then John that catenin County. However, Susie tends to be a little code could on their surgeon and jom cytosol imagine and Tanya, what's James Like? Chains and then some Kogi out there. Mina has an outgoing personality. She's very energetic. Means Hong Kong Zhi Cheng 66, however, tends to be a little talkative. Couldn't there be nano and Joan Barry band and the a l bins who has a good personality. He's very kind. Vinson and some cow gauge wire. However, Min Zu tends to be a little shy. Could on their beans in and join that garden. And Susie has a calm personality. She's very well behaved. So GNNs oncology Chaplin AR on Chongyang, Jonah. 31. 6.2 What's your boss like?: Hi everyone and lovely to see you again. In this lesson, we're going to learn more useful expressions we can use to talk about people's personalities. And as always, we're going to begin with a mini dialogue between myself and meaner, but the context of this conversation is a little bit more casual. So we're going to focus on learning to use casual language. And Mina and I are talking about the personality of our bosses. Now. What is hijacking the human genome kept at Penn State? Yeah, non-issue Django women reported Lehman type area known as Adam Neiman, Natasha Moody's hydronium, and John popped up and stay idea non Epogen Neiman who represented him and diarrhea. Okay. So first to ask what my bosses like Mina asked Don is hijack Neiman or dosha. What's your boss like Don as Hasaan minima, not dosha. First of all, non air is a more colloquial form of Nike. And noise can mean either you or your. In Korean, we differentiate between singular and plural form of you. For singular you, we would just say though, but to refer to a plural you, we would say di and non air is generally only used in speech. Now, even though the conversation is between two people, There's a reason why we're using the plural form of your, and we'll come to that shortly. Next we have sijang Nim. And this is generally used to mean a CEO of a company or a business owner. So anyone who owns a business, such as a small company, a restaurant, or a hair salon can be referred to as hijack Nim. Lastly, we have the standard form of this verb is odd, which means how something is. And we've already seen and learned to use the polite form of this verb audio in the previous lessons. However, to ask someone with seniority such as our bosses, we need to use the honorific form of this verb, which is odd. Thus she that now if we're talking to our bosses and asking them directly how they are, then we would need to use the polite form of this verb, does hail. But since we're talking to our friend, we can just use a casual form of this verb OT dosha. So do keep in mind about this rule that one, When talking directly to a person with seniority, we use the polite form of the honorific verb, but to, when talking to friends about a person where the seniority we used a casual form of the honorific form. Okay. So that's a lot of explanation for a very short question, but I think that just needed clarifying less now they're speaking practice of asking this question. Now name is Adam Neiman auto shop. Donates Adam Neumann Natasha, known as osha. That was great, well done. Then to answer this question, I said, What is head down the amendment, John topped up and stay idea. Non their pajamas. Neiman, my boss is a bit frustrating. What's your boss like? Moody's has an image on popped up and stay idea non-empty. Jiang Zemin. First we have Wudi and Woody means we or our bot in Korean, when we refer to nouns that belong not only to myself, but also to the group of people that I belong in, we commonly use Audi. So in Korea, we refer to certain nouns as our something rather than my something. Common examples include our country, my country which is wood in ADA, and our school, my school. Who do you hack your Similarly because Mayas has acronym isn't just my boss. He or she is the boss of all the stuff where I work. We use Wudi and this is why we use non air to ask how your bosses, because we know that the other person's boss is not just that person's boss, but the boss of a group of people. Then we have popped up Penn State here. When we talk about people's personality in Korean, we often use this structure of adjective plus tidyr and style. It comes from the English word style and inquiry. And we used a word stay here to say that someone is a certain type of person kept up pan is an adjective form from the descriptive, but tap that pattern, which means to suffocate or to be stuffy. So when we describe someone as being popped up pan with describing that person as being a bit narrow minded, stubborn, and hard to get through it. Not the kinda boss you'd want basically. Now in terms of how we change descriptive verbs into adjective forms. This is something we cover in our level one grammar course. So do take that course out for complete guide on this. Finally, we asked the same question back by saying non-Apple Jiang Zemin and Pooja acronym means the head of department. Here are two more examples sentences. What is hijacking the moon? John peak on and stayed. Yeah. My boss is a bit tiring. My boss is a tiring type of person would use has actually been jumping on Anastasia would use hydronium and jom Gadara own stevia. My boss is a bit difficult. What is her idea? In the first example we have peak on that. And this comes from the word that peak on Hadar, which means to be tired or to be tiring. So if someone is pico and then style, we're saying that that person makes me tired, that person makes me lose my energy. And there are many reasons why and how someone would make me feel this way, such as just being annoying or fussy. So pig on N is a general way of describing someone as being a rather difficult person. In the second example sentence, we have Gadara, one, which comes from God data there. And this means to be difficult and picky. So if you have a boss who insists on using certain funds on documents. Once it's coffee at a very specific temperature, then you can say he or she is Gadara Owen's idea. Okay, so let's now do a speaking practice of the sentences that describe our bosses in a negative way. Zhong Jiang Zemin, idea, nano, pico length diarrhea. We're excited, momentum cut heroines diarrhea. That was excellent, Well done. Let's now take a look at what I said about her boss. Woody pojanghae, men do get tens tidy. My manager is easy going, repugnant idea. Okay, so let's focus on the word tan since we've already learned the other parts. First of all, the shield patch him in Korean is considered as an unreleased t get sound. So it combines with the heared in the following syllable to form the tear sound. This word is pronounced, do good 10, do get 10. Now, do git tag comes from the word that the data, which describes someone as being relaxed and easygoing. So it's a positive way of describing someone's personality. Let's take a look at two more examples sentences. We put Jiang Zemin idea, my manager is friendly. My manager is a friendly type of person. Would you put on Neiman Shinzo idea, repo Jang, Fujian and style idea. My manager is diligent. Would you put your honest idea? Ginger hand comes from tinge or ADA and it means that someone is kind and friendly. And pellucida and n comes from Pooja done header. And this means that someone is diligent and hard working. So these adjectives describe someone's personality or character in a positive way. Okay, so let's now do a speaking practice of the sentences. Repeat after me. Repeat them. Lehman. Tense diarrhea. Who represented him in the dependent diarrhea? The idea. Would you put your idea? Excellent job, well done less than we want to the final practice. Okay, so same as before. We're going to do three simulation practices using all the different expressions from today's lesson. So if you're ready, let's go straight into the first practice idea. Knowing they put them. Newman. Would you project idea? Dane-zaa them the Mona Lisa image of diarrhea. Dane-zaa them the Minotaur. Would you say that name? Ones on people and stay idea, non-objective. An auto shop. Would he put them in the tenth? Diarrhea? Great efforts, well done. Okay, so we learn another way of talking about people's personality using the word style. And we also learned many different ways that we can use to describe people's personality and their character. The next lesson is a review lesson where we do the long simulation practice. So I'll see you soon again in that lesson. Bye bye. 32. 6.2 What's your boss like? (Speaking Drill): What's your boss like known as hydronium. And what's your boss like? Known as hijack name and what's your teacher like? Him or not? What's your teacher like? Lehman or what's your professor like? Nim and Natasha. What's your professor like? Non air. Dosha. What's your boss like? What's your teacher like? Lima, not dosha. What's your teacher like? Nema not dacha. What's your professor like? Nim and Natasha? What's your boss like? What's your professor like? Nim and Natasha. My boss is a bit frustrating. Wudi is hijack the men John idea. My boss is a bit frustrating. Moody's hijack the men jump idea. My boss is a bit tiring. Moody's hijack the moon. John P. Gonads, tie it. Yeah. My boss is a bit difficult. Moody's had done Neiman jom, gardens tidy. My boss is a bit tiring. Pico nano idea. My boss is a bit difficult. Moody's hijacking the main idea. My boss is a bit frustrating idea. My boss is a bit tiring. Moody's hijack the man, john P. Gonads, tie it. Yeah. My boss is a bit tiring. Hoodie is hijacked human genome P gonads tie it idea. My boss is a bit difficult. Moody's hijacking. Human genome cadaver owns tidy. My boss is a bit frustrating. Moody's hijack the man jumped up that idea. My boss is a bit difficult. Moody's hijacked human genome cadaver owns the idea. My manager is easy going repo Jang The amendment David times tidy and my manager is friendly, repo jagged him and ginger and style, yeah. My manager is diligent, repugnant idea. My manager is friendly, ginger and style. Yeah. My manager is easy going, repo Jang The men, David times tidy add. My manager is diligent. Would he put Jack Neiman idea? My manager is easy going. David times tidy and my manager is easy going. Repo Jang The man David times tidy add. My manager is diligent. Repo Jiang Zemin. Idea. My manager is friendly and ginger and style. Yeah, My manager is diligent. We put Jack Neiman idea. My manager is friendly. Idea. What's your boss like? Known as hydronium and ta-da. What's your teacher like? Lehman or Dojo? My boss is a bit frustrating. What is hijack? The man jumped up, dopends tidy. My boss is a bit tiring. Moody's hijacked human genome P gonads, tie it. Yeah. My manager is easy going. Repo Jang the man David times tidy and my manager is diligent. Repo Jiang Zemin. Idea. What's your professor like? Don a QSEN, him and Natasha. My manager, is friendly. Reproject demon king John style. Yeah. My boss is a bit difficult. Moody's hijack, Neiman, jump, cut add-ons, tidy. My manager is easy going. Woody pojanghae, men, David times tidy, add. My boss is a bit frustrating. What is hijack? The man jumped up that idea. My manager is diligent. Repo Jiang Zemin. Idea. 33. 6.3 Unit 6 Review Lesson: All good on known n hat goes on right about there. Now medulla said, Oh, and single-dose and GSA could somehow get to work on Tom tab K. Could on day two, I could, I could 80 to a guitar k hat you solver.py. That good on day two centimeter on. Reusing the main idea. Pretty automatic. Door altogether cell Kim town when Q2 name count. Yeah. Charlie Sosa. All good. On nonane. Know medulla said Oh, and single-dose and GSA could somehow get to work on Tom tap kay. Good day. Good day though to a get a k hat you solver.py. Grounded in the mid-tone. Rico's in the main idea. Though. Potential chosen name, username. Yeah. Louise, I'm Sonya. Ones on P1 has diarrhea, Charlie SASA. All good on non n hat goes on right about there. Now Mozilla, CEO and single-dose and GSA could set up there some go-getter on Tom tap Quai de Pena. Good. 80 to a guitar K, tiny dot debt. That but Jana, tomb tap that idea. Getting automatic. Door. Chosen him salami altogether shall name tapioca. 34. 7.1 First day at school: Hi everyone and welcome to Unit 7, where we will learn useful language you can use to talk about your mood and feelings. In this lesson, we're going to learn various expressions you can use to talk about feeling excited and nervous. As always, we'll begin with a mini dialogue between myself and Mina. But in this unit, we're going to focus on listening to pump in formal language. Hacker temerity, key Bunia, selegiline and programming. Qin Jiang, their normal King dad's EMA, Pad Thai day Gaia had gotten magnetic Ebola. Solid human children, Qin Jiang, they're now working dads. Okay, so first to ask how someone feels about their first day at school. We can ask hacked, go tonight, keep money out there. How are you feeling about your first day at school? Hack your key Bunia, them. Okay, First, hukou means school and chart is an ordinal number, meaning first. And Nile is a word that means a day inquiry. And there are certain words that have the same meaning. And nine are those words. They both mean day but have different uses in Korea. So altogether, hacking means first day at school. Then we have a hair. Hair. And this means about the formal form is a JSR, but in more casual settings is often limited. Then we have Qiu Ni out there and keep one means mood or feeling. And as we have learned already on day 0 means how is something and it's casual form is out there. And if we just want to ask how someone is feeling, we can use this phrase, keep ONE OF their kidney out there. But altogether had killed Shonda, did a keep money out there means, how are you feeling about your first day of school? Here are two more example sentences. Sad ton added a key Bunia there. How do you feel about your first day at work? Who has an added a key takeaway tonight at a key plenty out there. How are you feeling about your first day of competition? Takeaway tonight, today, keep money out there. So as you can see, we can change the noun hat, go with JSR and takeaway to ask about the first day at work and the first day of competition. Let's now do a speaking practice of asking these questions. Have temerity. Key Bunia, day had gotten magnetic, Kenya, Kenyatta, takeaway, day keep winning out there. That was great. Well done. In response to Meno's question, I said, select the man, Jorgen Qin Jiang De. I'm excited but a little nervous. So ledger manager, pumpkin gender. This sentence is made up of two words that describe our feelings. First, we have solid, solid data, and we use this word to describe feeling excited. A little nervous and a little restless. So you can use this to talk about feeling excited about your first day at school, or when you feel excited and nervous about going on a first date. We then add Ci Man, which means but. And the second key word is Qin Jiang, Qing Jiang data. And this means to be nervous. Many Korean verbs and descriptive verbs end in hada, such as Qin Zheng had I and COP Jiang had there. But instead of header, we can use that and say Qin Jiang Jiang data. So what's the difference between using Hadoop and header? Now the difference between these two words is that when we use the verb is more passive. So the reason why we are nervous or worried is because of some external factor, something is causing us to be nervous or worried. However, with Huldah is just a simple meaning of us being nervous and worried. It does not suggest that this feeling is caused by something else. And in the sentence, I am nervous because it's my first day at school. So my feeling is caused by something else and we use Qin Jiang data rather than Qin Jiang Huldah. Also, we can use the adverb Shogun, which means a little, but this word can be pronounced both Jorgen and Jorgen. Lastly, in terms of pronunciation, when we say Qin Jiang, in natural fast speech, though where vow in is often pronounced as tear. So in fast speech is Qin Jiang De Qin Jiang. Then let's take a look at two more examples sentences. So legi, manage organ diarrhea. I'm excited, but a little nervous. Psychology man to whom diarrhea. Select the man to whom. I'm excited but a little scared. Solid the mantle can calm the first Donnelly that means to be shaken and is another common way of describing feeling nervous. Then we have Comdata, which means to be scared. Okay, So let's now do a speaking practice of the sentences where we say we are excited but also a little nervous and scared. Select the man or woman, Qin Jiang there. Selegiline Zhong Qin Jiang there. Sunlight. Sunlight the man to OGM canal. That was great, well done. Lastly, to make me feel a little better, I mean, I said doll Mu Qin Jiang algebra, Pad Thai, Derek idea, don't be too nervous, everything will be fine. Normal Qin Jiang algebra. Touch hydraulic Goya. First we have normal, which means two. And this time to tell me not to worry as in not to actively worry too much. We have Qin, Jiang, hada, and cima, which is a verb ending that means don't do something. So Domo Kinsey means don't be too nervous. Then we have tags. How you Derek gaia, meaning everything will be fine. Ta means everything, all chiral means well. And terracotta combines the verb meaning to be or to become with Galileo, which is a future form similar to will or be going to. So altogether touch how did it go? Yeah, means everything will be fine. Let's take a look at two more examples sentences, normal, Dojima, Federico, yeah, don't be too nervous. Everything will be fine. No mythology by touch, hold Alcoa, Domo, Cognigy, my touch hydraulic. Don't be too scared. Everything will be fine. Normal common edema parts holder, Goya. Okay, so let's now do a speaking practice where we say the all move blank cima part how they declare normal King, Daddy, parte de Gaia. Now working dads, parte de Gaulle, DOM mortality, patch, hydraulic oil, cima, touch higher, Derek Goya. Excellent job today. Well done. Let's move on to the final practice. Okay, So as final practice time, and as always, we're going to do three simulation practices using all the different expressions from today's lesson. So if you're ready, let's begin with the first one. Had your tongue other day Kenyatta. Satellites the man to whom kingdom do a normal kinda algebra. Good day. Good day. Now mocking dad had high deco. Great job today. Well it, I'm okay, so today we learned some useful expressions we can use to talk about our feelings and how we can reassure someone that everything will be fine. In the next lesson, we're going to learn more useful expressions we can use to talk about our feelings in Korean. See you soon again. Buh-bye. 35. 7.1 First day at school (Speaking Drill): How are you feeling about your first day at school? Hack your tunnel a day, keep your knee up day. How are you feeling about your first day at work? Tonight, I keep money out there. How are you feeling about your first day at work? Quasar tonight? Keep lineage. How are you feeling about your first day of competition? How are you feeling about your first day at school? Hack your day. How are you feeling about your first day of competition? How are you feeling about your first day at work? Tonight, I keep lineal day. How are you feeling about your first day of competition? Tonight, I keep money out there. How are you feeling about your first day at school? Hack your day. How are you feeling about your first day of competition? Where Chun that I keep one knee up there. How are you feeling about your first day at school? Hack your tenacity, they keep plenty out there. How are you feeling about your first day at work? Quasar ton that I keep lineal day. I'm excited but I'm a little nervous. Selegiline, Qin Jiang De. I'm excited but I'm a little nervous. So legit man, Token.java. I'm excited but I'm a little scared. Selegiline. I'm excited, but I'm a little nervous. So legit man, Shogun data. I'm excited, but I'm a little scared. Selegiline children. I'm excited, but I'm a little nervous. Selegiline, Qin Jiang De. I'm excited, but I'm a little nervous. Solid the mantle plume dahlia. I'm excited, but I'm a little scared. Selegiline children come there. I'm excited, but I'm a little nervous. Selegiline to Algoma Qin Jiang De. I'm excited but I'm a little nervous. So legi man children dahlia, I'm excited, but I'm a little scared. Select the man told him, come there. I'm excited but a little nervous. So legi man told him diarrhea, selegiline to Algoma Qin Jiang De. Don't be too nervous. Everything will be fine. Normal Kim, Jana, pads, headache, Gaia. Don't be too nervous. Everything will be fine. Dom Dojima, Pad Thai. Don't be too scared. Everything will be fine. Domo Cognigy my part, how Derek Gaia. Don't be too nervous. Everything will be fine. Dom Dojima, pads. Hi Derek Gaia. Don't be too scared. Everything will be fine. Domo Carnegie Math Pathways, how? Derek Gaia. Don't be too nervous. Everything will be fine. Normal Kim, Jana, pads, headache. I am. Don't be too scared. Everything will be fine. Domo Carnegie Math Pathways, how Derek Gaia, don't be too nervous. Everything will be fine. Dom with Dojima pads. Hi Derek. Don't be too scared. Everything will be fine. Domo Carnegie Math Pathways, how Derek Gaia, don't be too nervous. Everything will be fine. Normal, Kim, Jana, don't be too scared. Everything will be fine. Domo Cognigy my pad. Don't be too nervous. Everything will be fine. Normal, Kim, Jana. Hi. How are you feeling about your first day at school? Hack your tenacity. They keep one knee up there. How are you feeling about your first day at work? Quasar? Keep lineage day. I'm excited but I'm a little nervous. Selegiline to Qin Jiang Day. I'm excited but I'm a little scared. Selegiline and togas. Don't be too nervous. Everything will be fine. Normal Kim, Jana, G bar, parte de Goya. Don't be too scared. Everything will be fine. Domo Cognigy my pads, how Derek Gaia? I'm excited but I'm a little nervous. So legi man, children, diarrhea. How are you feeling about your first day of competition? Takeaway tonight air, they keep ONE up there. Don't be too scared. Everything will be fine. Domo Cognigy my patch, how Derek Gaia, don't be too nervous. Everything will be fine. Dom with Dojima pads. Hi there. I'm excited, but I'm a little scared. Selegiline children come there. How are you feeling about your first day at work? Quasar tonight I keep lineage there. 36. 7.2 I heard about your exam result.: Hi everyone and welcome back. In this lesson, we're going to learn some useful language we can use to initiate a conversation, to talk about our feelings and to sympathize with how the other person feels. As always, we're going to begin with a mini dialogue between myself and meaner. And the setting of the conversation is again between two friends. So we listened to people using casual language. Crm category that rasa. Now most Oksung a nonane kinda ties are Louisa marrying the ADA? Sham caraway day two rows saw Domus Oksung a direction judge has honored ISR. Listen mining data. Okay, so first we have a really useful expression we can use to start the conversation. And is I heard about something and this is Xiang Cao Uruguay there to the US. I heard about the exam results. Xiang. Xiang means exam results. Xiang means exam and calligraphed means result. Then we have Ed her hair, which we learned before, and it means about. And lastly, we have to Lhasa, and this is the casual form of the verb, which means to listen or to hear. So altogether, Xiang Yao guided to means I heard about the exam results. And this is a very useful expression to know because you can change the noun at the beginning of the sentence and bring out various topics to the conversation. Let's take a look at two more examples sentences set on is how Behdad to us. I heard about the new business. Set owns our bedded to us, sang area Patty added to the US. I heard about the birthday party, Center Party had Exodus. So we've changed the phrase Xiang paragraph two, heroines, how new business and Sanger party, the birthday party to bring up these topics in the conversation. Okay, so let's now do a speaking practice of these sentences. Crm category that rasa, sham caraway day two rows saw ketones, how bad did it also? Singer Patti edited awesome. That was great, well-done. Next, I wasn't too happy about my exam results. So I said normal sock sang a dominant gene that turns on at ISR. I'm so upset. I really did my best Domus Oksung, Dan and chin touches on earth I saw. Now, although no mood generally means to in many contexts, it can also be used to mean so all vary. And the key word in the first sentence is the casual form of a sock, sock, sock Sangha. And this means to be upset. Soc Sangha that relates to being angry, sad, and also a little worried. And in this word, SOC means inside and Canada means to rot. So the literal meaning of Oksana, that means four ones in size to rot. But we use this expression to say to be upset. So dom moose Oksana di means to be so upset. I'm so upset. Next, chin Germans, really, Cezzane means the best path as we learned before, means all everything. And lastly, JSR is the past form of Hulda, meaning to do. So. Dannon chess on LTE, iso means I really did my complete best. I really did my best. Here are two more examples, sentences, no more challenging now, 19 judge has honored highest saw. I'm so annoyed. I really did my best. Normal judging now, Dan and chin judge has honored highest saw domicile Paul nanos. Judge has on their highest saw. I'm so sad. I really did my best domicile, Paul, Dan, and chin judge has Arnold. Hi, saw. Okay, so we have two other descriptive verbs we can use to describe negative feelings. And they are charging Nadal to be annoyed and syrup put that to be sad. And both of these words are very common in Korean. Okay, so let's now do a speaking practice of the sentences. Repeat after me. Know most Oksung a nonane chitchat chess on a Thyestes our DOM was Oksung. A direction judge has honored. I saw now metatag, badminton touches on antisocial. Now muscle Paul, non-Indian touches on ITI cell. That was great, well-done. Lastly to say, I know what you mean. I mean, I said was a Marine Jarrah. I know what you mean. Mazama in Jarrod. Boson means what means words or speeds. So bosom my kinda means what you said or what you mean. Then we have the structure in the data, and we often use this after nouns to say that we know what that noun is. So altogether doesn't matter. Ngri means, I know what you said, I know what you mean. We can also change the verb iodide, which means to know with motor that, which means to not know, to say that we don't know what something is. And similar to how we use a phrase, I know what you mean to show our understanding and to sympathize with what the other person has said. We can use bosom Madden Jarrod in the same way. So let's now do a speaking practice of saying, it doesn't matter in Jarrod. Melissa marrying the ADA. Listen Martin data, Usama injera. Fantastic job, well-done, less now to the final practice. Right? So it's the final practice time. And as always, we're going to do three simulation practices using all the different expressions from today's lesson. So if you're ready, let's go straight into the first one. Xiang Gei provided to us. Now most Oxfam writing data to the cell, Almost, sir Paul direction judges other ties. So listen Martin data. Excellent job, well-done, and apologists for the terrible acting. Okay, so today we learn some useful expressions we can use to start a conversation, to talk about our feelings and to sympathize with how the other person feels. In the next lesson, we're going to continue learning more useful language we can use to talk about our feelings in Korean. See you then, bye bye. 37. 7.2 I heard about your exam result. (Speaking Drill): I heard about the exam result. Xiang saw. I heard about the exam result. Xiang. I heard about the new business Bedouins, how a bed there to the US saw. I heard about the birthday party, sang a patio added to the US saw. I heard about the new business, Bedouins, how bad air to the US saw. I heard about the birthday party, sang a patio. I heard about the exam result. Xiang. I heard about the new business. Ketones, how a bed there. I heard about the exam result. Xiang To-Dos saw. I heard about the birthday party, sang a patio. I heard about the new business. Ketones, how a bed there to the US saw. I heard about the birthday party, sang a patio added to the US saw. I'm so upset. I really did my best DOM touches on every time I saw I'm so upset. I really did my best DOM touches on their ties are I'm so annoyed. I really did my best DOM with charging that touches on LTE saw. I'm so sad. I really did my best domicile Paul touches on their ties saw I'm so annoyed. I really did my best DOM with charging that touches on LTS. I'm so sad. I really did my best domicile Paul touches on their ties. I'm so upset. I really did my best. Dom moose, Oksung, a 1913 touches on their ties are I'm so annoyed. I really did my best DOM with charging that touches on LTS. I'm so annoyed. I really did my best. Dom with charging the judge has honored highest saw. I'm so sad. I really did my best domicile Paul touches on their ties. Saw I'm so upset. I really did my best. Dom moose Oksung a judge has on their ties are I'm so sad. I really did my best domicile par none and chin touches on their ties are I know what you mean. Muslim Madden Jarrah. I know what you mean. Muslim man in Jarrah. I know what you mean. Muslim Madden Jarrah. I know what you mean. Muslim Madden Jarrah. I know what you mean. Muslim Madden Jarrah. I know what you mean. Muslim Madden Jarrod. I heard about the exam result. Sham chloroquine To-Dos saw. I heard about the new business. Heroines, how bad air to the US saw. I'm so upset. I really did my best. Dom moose Oksung a judge has on their ties are I'm so annoyed. I really did my best DOM with charging that touches on that highest saw. I know what you mean. Muslim Martin Jarrah. I know what you mean. Muslim marine Jarrah. I heard about the birthday party, sang a patio to the US. I heard about the new business. Heroines, how a bed to the US saw. I'm so upset. I really did my best. Dark blue sock sang a judge has on their ties. I'm so sad. I really did my best domicile par 19 chapters on their ties are I know what you mean. Muslim man. I'm so annoyed. I really did my best. Dom with charging that touches on LTE, saw 38. 7.3 I can't wait for tomorrow.: Hi everyone and welcome to the final lesson on learning useful language we can use to talk about our mood and feelings. In this lesson, we're going to learn how to talk about being excited about an upcoming event. So if you're ready, let's first listen to a mini dialogue between myself and meaner. Not saying EDR. Key date 80. Finally, the AD test semi-annual QSR communicated in that PT, namely those hanging, yeah. He did a t. Finally they did Esperanto QSR. Mikey did in that critique. Okay, So first ask if someone is excited about an upcoming events, we can ask daily dose hanging idea, key dead. Tomorrow is your birthday. Onto excites it. Daily dosing idea, kid energy. First day means tomorrow, and those hanger means your birthday in Korea. And the casual form of you or your can be either dark or the. Then we have ER, the casual form of EDA, meaning to be. So altogether daily dose hanging idea means tomorrow is your birthday or it's your birthday tomorrow. Then we have the key phrase, key data. Key there means to expect something, usually something positive. And we can use key. They had to say that one expects something positive to happen. But as we have learned before, we can use pair that instead of Huldah to say that we're expecting something positive because of an external factor. So both key there had N key data that mean to be excited. But when we use key there had add a feeling of excitement comes more from within. But when we use key data that the feeling of excitement comes from elsewhere. Lastly, we have this sentence ending CI. And when we add G to verb stems to form questions, it functions like a question tag to check if something is true. And we commonly use CI to form questions when we expect the other person to agree to say yes. So this question kinda means you're excited onto, let's take a look at two more examples sentences. They did Alt or Option. Key DIG. Tomorrow's your graduation. Aren't you excited? Daily dot two ropes, EGFR, TKI dead-ends. Daily hack your area psychology. Tomorrow is your first day at school on shoe excites it nearly half kiloton Nadia, solid energy. So we can change this, hanging it to different events. And we can also use other descriptive verbs, such as whole EDA, which we learned in an earlier lesson, and can also mean to be excited and nervous. Okay, so let's now do a speaking practice of the sentences. Repeat after me. Baby dolls hang EDR, key dead AT namely those ADR key DDT. They did autopsies upset. Yeah. He did HA daily hack-a-thon, Nadia, solids. Excellent job. Well-done. Next to say, I can't wait. I said Paulie daily, it has semi-annual QSR. I can't wait for tomorrow badly, they'd it has semi-annual QSR. First, ballet means quickly, nail means tomorrow, and the verb means to be or become. So they detail that means to become tomorrow. Then we have the structure toolkit. And this combines meaning is and to get that which means would be good. So together, K-means would be good if and we commonly use this structure to talk about our wishes and hopes in Korea. So if we combine daily to head out with Umea and toolkit that it becomes daily Damian to cut that. And this kinda means, I wish it was tomorrow. However, although we can use this part, tambien in the present tense is more common to use it in the past tense tests Simeon, and there is no difference in meaning between the part being in the present or the past tense. So altogether, badly they retest Simeon top QSR means I wish it would be tomorrow quickly or I can't wait for tomorrow. Okay. So let's now do a speaking practice of saying by Lee daily testimonial kasa, I call wait for tomorrow. Finally, they eat has semi-annual QSR. Validate it Esperanto QSR, day to day 7 to QSR. Excellent job, well-done. Finally mean assets, me, Chiang Mai Qi dead and I could say, I'm really looking forward. So it onto Chong Mikey did. And I could see first we have Chong Merrick, he didn't die. And it means I'm really looking forward to it or I'm really excited. In Korea, we have two words for really Chang mar entered into. And although there are certain contexts where these two words are used in different ways, in many situations like this, Chiang Mai and are used as adverbs to mean very or so. Now, in this verb phrase, we've added neon that to the verb key data. And we add this verb ending when we make statements about general facts. And this type of sentence is not really directed at any one in particular, but we add this two verbs, the state how we feel about something. Then at the end we have Kaci and kitschy is a shortened form of q-dot. Archie combines a could attach meaning to be like that. And the verb ending CI, which we learned in the first line. And we use it to form questions when we expect the other person to say yes. So after saying that, I am excited, I can use to confirm if the other person agrees with how I feel. Which is that I am looking forward to the other person's birthday. Now, one thing to keep in mind is that is a very casual form and the polite form would be q-dot CIO, could our CIO. However, this is often shortened into could RHO, and in speech, it is also often said as could chop, could show. Here are two more examples sentences. Chang, marriage and NANDA could see, I'm really excited. Onto Chong mentioned NANDA could see Chang'e myokines. Yang Dan. Dan could say, I'm really nervous on Chu Chang making Janda. And I could see in Korean we have many different ways of describing feeling excited. And she nada is another way to describe feeling excited. Okay, so let's now do a speaking practice of the sentences. Can make he did and that could tell Mikey did in that fantastic efforts that I wrote on. Let's now move on to the final practice. Okay, so I think you know the drill by now, we're going to do three simulation practices using the different expressions from today's lesson. So if you're ready, let's go straight into the first one. They cement okay. Navy, those ADR validate, that. Those ADR Could on validated essential QSR. Can Mikey did a fantastic job today? Well done. Okay, So this was the final lesson in this unit on talking about our moods and feelings. And today we learned some useful expressions we can use to talk about being excited about an upcoming event. The next lesson is a review lesson, where we will practice all the different expressions together in longest simulation practice. So I'll see you soon again in that lesson. Bye bye. 39. 7.3 I can't wait for tomorrow. (Speaking Drill): Tomorrow is your birthday onto excited daily those hanging. He did AJ. Tomorrow's your graduation, aren't you excited? Daily dot k delta G. Tomorrow's your first day at school. Aren't you excited? Daily? Dao hack your tongue, Nadia, sunlight j. Tomorrow's your graduation. Aren't you excited? They did though, teardrops, EGFR, TKI, dead, edgy. Tomorrow's your first day at school, aren't you excited? They did. They'll hack your tongue, Nadia, psychology. Tomorrow is your birthday onto excited daily dose hanging. Yeah, he did aging. Tomorrow is your birthday onto excited daily dose hanging? Yeah, he did. Aj. Tomorrow's your graduation, aren't you excited? Daily dot k delta G. Tomorrow is your birthday onto excited daily dose hanging key, Dead-Eye Jane. Tomorrow's your first day at school. Aren't you excited? They did al-Hakim Nadia sunlight J. Tomorrow's your graduation. Aren't you excited? Daily dot k delta G. Tomorrow's your first day at school. Aren't you excited? They did al-Hakim, Nadia, solid j. I can't wait for tomorrow, badly daily decimal and to QSR. I can't wait for next week. Bye Italy town to guide has semi-annual QSR. I can't wait for Saturday. Bodily Toyota test semi-annual QSR. I can't wait for tomorrow, badly daily decimal and your QSR? I can't wait for Saturday. Finally, Toyota testimonial, QSR I can't wait for next week. Finally, town to God has semi-annual QSR. I can't wait for tomorrow. Finally, daily they semi-annual QSR. I can't wait for Saturday. Finally, toilet it has semi-annual QSR. I can't wait for tomorrow. By Lee Bailey decimal into QSR. I can't wait for next week. Finally, town to God has semi-annual QSR. I can't wait for Saturday. Finally, Toyota test semi-annual QSR. I can't wait for next week. Finally, town to God has semi-annual QSR. I'm really looking forward to it onto Chiang Mai. Could see. I'm really looking forward to it onto Chiang Mai. He didn't That could see. I'm really excited onto Chong Mason and I'm really nervous onto Chiang Mai, Qin Jiang then they could see I'm really excited onto Chang Mason and get q0. I'm really nervous onto Chiang Mai, Qin Jiang then they could see I'm really looking forward to it onto Chiang Mai Tais. I'm really excited onto Tom Mason and I'm really nervous onto tongue making Jenga and I'm really excited onto Tom Mason and I'm really nervous onto Chiang Mai. Could see. I'm really looking forward to it. Onto Chiang Mai. Could see tomorrow is your birthday onto excited daily dose hanging the key Dead-Eye Jane. Tomorrow's your graduation. Aren't you excited? Daily? I can't wait for tomorrow. Finally, daily decimal and to QSR, I can't wait for next week. Finally, town to God has semi-annual QSR. I'm really looking forward to it onto Chiang Mai key dead-end. Could see I'm really nervous. Onto Chong making Jeong could see, I can't wait for Saturday. Finally, Toyota ED tests semi-annual QSR. I'm really excited onto Chang Mason and get q0. Tomorrow's your first day at school. Aren't you excited? They don't have TO tonight. Yeah. So legi tomorrow is your birthday onto excited daily dose hanging. Yeah. He did. A. J. I can't wait for tomorrow. Finally, daily they semi-annual QSR. I'm really looking forward to it onto Chiang Mai. Could see. 40. 7.4 Unit 7 Review Lesson: Copy out there, that but Jana, tonight a day keyboard, del MOOC in Pad Thai. Those younger by the integral. So all soon. Balancing tab to his honor, ti's saw palmetto possible possible mental auto camera. Yeah. Conducted energy. Finally palm to buy they cement to QSR now.com. Thank you. Chris responded on plateaued ICA. Yeah. Retired and Gaza. Copy out there. That but Jana, Quran day without tonight. Del MOOC in Pad Thai day Gaia. About those younger. All balancing trades on a TI saw, palmetto possible possible mental auto camera. Yeah. Finally Tom to buy the cement to QSR. Stabilizing. Repeat that guy pica to heaven as a logo, choosing again. Copy out there. That but Jana could plays out tonight a day, keep a dead man. They'll MOOC in. Those younger bidentate also. All balancing trades on a tie sell. Pome data possible. Possible. Yeah. Finally, palm to buy they cement to kids saw wise and Gaga. Redo Rebeca, Buddha. The Buddha. That Lionel Richie, hello. Hello. 41. 8.1 Do you know how to play tennis?: Hi everyone and welcome to Unit 8, where we will learn various expressions we can use to talk about our abilities as in things we can and cannot do. And in this lesson, we will learn two most common expressions we use to talk about our abilities. As always, we'll begin with a mini dialogue between myself and Penny said, John and John Jay, Gaia, be national Anya, tolerant organ. Penny say to their children, young children Elia ministry in India town and told them to say CYA. Okay. So first to ask someone if they know how to do something, we can ask Tennessee. Are AIA Do you know how to play tennis? Tennessee. Tennessee is tennis. And to talk about playing tennis, we used a cheetah, which means to hit something in Korean to talk about playing sports that involve hitting a ball with equipment, we use the verb a cheetah. So as well as tennis, we can use the verb at chitchat, talk about playing golf and billiards. Then to ask if the other person knows how to play tennis, we add Rida. And this means to know how to do inquiry. And when we talk about our abilities to do something, we can use it that which means can and iodine, which means know how to. And the use of Butcher I that is as common as illusory when talking about our abilities. Let's take a look at two more example questions. Chest height, your area. Do you know how to play chess? Chest surgery. To me being under general anesthesia. Do you know how to make a paper airplane? To me being gay man do Gerasa. So in these examples, we've asked the other person if they can, chess, Huldah, play tests and Sony BMG bundle that, make a paper airplane. Okay, so let's now do a speaking practice of asking someone if they know how to do something. Penny said. Penny say Cesario to show me being given the giraffe. That was great, well-done. Next to say that I can play tennis quite well. I said the Cheonan, John Bean, asthenia. Yes, I know how to play a bit. How about you, Amina, the Cheonan jump to that. I mean osteopenia. Now inquiry. And one of the most useful words is which is also often pronounced Jerome. Jerome has many different meanings. It can be used to mean a little and some, and it can also mean very end Chaum can be used to make expressions more polite. So in some sentences is used to mean please. And just like how we can use the word. It to modestly say, we know how to do something a bit. We can use Chaum in the same way. And jom helps to make the statement less directs and more polite. Now, one other thing to note is that RIO comes from the verb, which means to know. So to say that we don't know how to do something, we would use border that which means don't know. So to say, I don't know how to play tennis. We would say char then tennis to, to bilayer, Cheonan, Tennessee teacher bilayer. Let's take a look at two more examples sentences. Their children wear hijab. Yes, I can play pretty well. Their children their children mandatory. Yes. I know how to make it there. Cheonan bundled should add AIA. In the first example sentence, we have a square, which means pretty quite, where it can be used in a similar way to charm, but it expresses a stronger degree than Chomp. So using indicates that we're pretty good at something. Okay, so let's now do a speaking practice. All of these statements where we say, I know how to do something. They tell you to tell them. Great effort, well done. Finally in response, mean asset, Cheonan Jorgen to suicide. I can play a bit. Cheonan Taguchi, suicide. Shogun means a bit, a little. And in this verb phrase, we've combined chit-chat with uid, that which we mentioned earlier, and means can. So if we say choose to it that it means can play. So altogether, Cheonan Jorgen chill suicide means I can play a bit. Now, if we want to say We can't play, then we would change that to up that. So we would say choose x2. Let's take a look at two more examples sentences. John and grads had our suicide. I can play pretty well. John and gouache harassed suicide, Cheonan binders, suicide. I can make it John and Monday suicide. In the first example, we've used quire with China, which means well and inquiry, whether we use just square or grades, there is very little difference in meaning. But in Korean, we often use these adverbs to express how we can do something quite well. Okay, So let's now do a speaking practice of saying, I can't do something. Tolerant organ tastes a style, ton and ton and excellent job today. Well done. Let's now move on to the final practice. Okay, so it's time to practice everything together in a simulation practice. So if you're ready, let's go straight into the first practice. Tennessee to do that. Hey, Penny. Penny statistics. Tennessee. Tennessee, a tunnel Dzogchen teacher that aisle. Tennis uses a tolerant organ to say CYA. Great efforts at a well done. Okay, so today we learned how to talk about our abilities using iodine, know how to an IEP that which means can. In the next lesson, we're going to learn how to talk about what we're good at and what we're bad at. So I'll see you soon again in the next lesson. Bye bye. 42. 8.1 Do you know how to play tennis? (Speaking Drill): Do you know how to play tennis? Tennis teacher. Do you know how to play tennis? Tennis teacher at AIA? Do you know how to play chess? Tests, how Jue de know how to make a paper airplane, to me being the mandatory. Do you know how to play chess, chest, height, Jue de know how to make a paper airplane. To me being gay man. Do you know how to play tennis? Tennis teacher at Iowa? D know how to make a paper airplane. To me being the mandatory. Do you know how to play chess? How do you know how to play tennis? Tennis teacher at AIA? Do you know how to play chess? Tests, how Julia D know how to make a paper airplane. To me being the mandatory. Yes. I know how to play a bit. The Cheonan. Yes. I know how to play a bit. Challenge. Yes. I know how to play pretty well. Their children. Yes. I know how to make it. The Cheonan bundled. Yes. I know how to play pretty well. The Cheonan. Yes. I know how to make it. The Cheonan bundle. Yes. I know how to play a bit. Yes. I know how to play pretty well. The children. Yes. I know how to make it. There. Yes. I know how to play pretty well. Their children. Yes. I know how to make kit there. Yes. I know how to play a bit. Cheonan. I can play a bit. Jonathan told them to suicide. I can play pretty well. I can play pretty well. Tom and I can make it Cheonan by suicide. I can play a bit. Chon then told him to suicide. I can make it Cheonan bundle suicide. I can play a bit. Cheonan told him to suicide. I can play pretty well. John and I can make it Cheonan bundle suicide. I can play a bit. Cheonan told them to suicide. I can play pretty well. I can make it. Do you know how to play tennis? Tennessee teacher. Do you know how to play chess? Tests? Yes. I know how to play a bit. The Cheonan John. Yes. I know how to play pretty well. Their children. I can play a bit. And then took them to suicide. I can play pretty well. D know how to make a paper airplane. To me being the mandu too. I can make it. Yes, I know how to make kit. Do you know how to play tennis? Tennis teacher at Iowa? I can play pretty well. Yes. I know how to play a bit. 43. 8.2 Are you good at cooking?: Hi everyone and welcome back. In this lesson, we're going to learn how to talk about what we're good at and what we're not good at. As always, we'll begin with a mini dialogue between myself and Bina. Let's listen. Quic URI Taenia, Cheonan, Jadi, Hannah DO Bataille, URI, Hebron Jackie. Hello up CYA, KYC, your Italia, John and Jody. Canada would take UDL on Joe gave her loves IR. Okay. So first to ask me if I'm good at cooking. Mean I said K1c. Your each had a, uh, are you good at cooking K1? K1. See you each had a, uh, now to ask someone if they're good at something, we can simply add chiral, which means well, in front of the verb that refers to that activity. If a verb is made up of a noun plus Huldah, such as you already had that. We add tire infant of Huldah. So it's not tie your detail, but you each had a 0. However, with all other verbs, we would add child in front of the verb. Here are two more example questions. Mean as she couldn't shy, good idea. Are you good at drawing Mina? Mina, she could entire Good. How are you good at dancing? Shinzo Shechem title area. Now, as we learned before, although the verb to draw is QD, that to talk about drawing as an activity, we add a could him, meaning a picture and say, could you, could either or just could even Greta. Similarly, the verb to dance is to that when we talk about dancing as an activity, we often add chum, which means dancing and say tumor to that, or just too much to that. Now one thing to note with the pronunciation of choice is that although the first syllable uses the vowel war, this vowel is weakened, so it sounds like all. So in fast speech is not chump child, child is tuned territorial, tune-type chyle. So do keep that in mind. Okay, So let's now do a speaking practice of asking these questions where we ask someone, are you good at something? Quic URI Taenia. He might see your Italia, Meenakshi, cream tiger there. Shinzo, see tonight's higher. Excellent job, well-done. Next to respond to Meno's question about cooking, I said, Cheonan, your body Hannah, Adobe Hotel. I can't cook at all. Tundra new Rihanna DO tale. First of all to form negative former cannot in Korean, we add the word mode in front of the verb. So both tail means cannot do. There is this phrase hana DTO, and this means not at all. Hanna means 12 is a particle that can mean even. So in Korean to say that someone cannot do something at all, we use this phrase hana DDO, which kinda means even one. And we use hana DTO with negative obstruction to emphasize how we have never done something or how we have never tried anything. So it's a very useful phrase in Korean. So we can use it to say nonane ego hana DTO, enjoy hair. I don't like this at all. None and ego hana DTO, enjoy. Nonane, PGI, a handout or a Maga saw. I didn't eat any pizza. Diamond P Johanna to move Assam. So in both sentences, we use hana DDO to emphasize not liking something at all or not eating anything at all. Okay, So coming back to this sentence from the mini dialogue, Let's take a look at two more examples sentences following this pattern. Cheonan could him hana, DDO beaucoup, DIR, I can't draw at all. John and could him hana dul Boqueria, Cheonan tomb Hannah Adobe. I can't dance at all. John and John Hannah. Okay, so let's now do a speaking practice of saying, I can't do something at all. Repeat after me. When you're ready, Hannah, DO both. John and Jody Hannah. Good. That was great. Well done. Next to explain why I cannot cook at all, I said, you're the hipbone junkie Paulo upside. I've never really cooked before. Urea, Bon Jovi, Bell Labs ion. The key verb phrase is Jadi Hebron jockey up that. And this combines Jadi had add meaning to cook and Punjabi up that which kinda means haven't done something. And we use this structure to talk about not having tried or experience something in the past. If we wanted to say that we have tried or experience something in the past, we use the verb eat that instead of up there. So you already have Bon Jovi up. That means I've never cooked before. And you already have on jokey it, that means I've cooked before. Then we have this word Apollo. Color means particularly. And we use this word with verbs in negative form to say that we haven't really done that or haven't done that very much. So altogether, you already have on jokey per lobe. So that means I've never really cook before. Here are two more examples. Sentences could emerge. Could yeah, Bon Jovi, a pulp. So I haven't really drawn before, couldn't Mercutio Bon Jovi, upper lobe. So Schumer, chuck on jog a per lobe. So I've never really done this before. Tumor top and Joe gave her lobs IR. Okay, so let's now do a speaking practice of saying hello, hands-on job. So I've never really tried that before. You already have on junkie. Hello upside, UDL and Joe gave her love Psi are idiomatic video Bundle gave Pelops. Pelops style. Great Joe dot, less than. Move on to the final practice. Okay, so we've done this many times already and I'm sure you know what's coming next. So we're going to do three simulation practices using all the different expressions from today's lesson. So if you're ready, let's go straight into the first practice. Qa cod Tanya. Tanya. And you already have one talking about Rob cycle hooks. You each have their tongue and urea. Urea ones I'll gave her lob style tongue then urea. Urea able Intel gave her lopsided, excellent efforts that I wrote on. Okay, so today we learned how to ask people what they're good at. And we learned some useful expressions we can use, talk about what we're not good at. The next lesson is a review lesson, and we'll review all the different expressions we can use. Talk about our abilities and what we learn today on talking about what we're good at and not good at. I'll see you soon again in the next lesson. Bye bye. 44. 8.2 Are you good at cooking? (Speaking Drill): Are you good at cooking? Had a, uh, are you good at cooking? You retire or are you good at drawing? Are you good at dancing? Are you good at drawing? Could him are you good at dancing? Are you good at cooking? You already had a, uh, are you good at drawing? Could even tigers? Are you good at cooking? You would eat hot air. Are you good at dancing? Are you good at drawing? Could even tigers? Are you good at dancing? I can't cook at all. John, in your body, Hannah Adobe. I can't draw at all. Then could him Hannah DO Boqueria? I can't dance at all. I can't draw at all. Then could him Hannah? I can't cook at all. Then your D Hannah? I can't dance at all. I can't cook at all. Then your hana dul boat tail. I can't draw at all. Then could him, Hannah? I can't cook at all. Then Udi Hannah Adobe. I can't dance at all. I can't draw at all. Then including Hannah adorable. I can't dance at all. I've never really cook before. You already have one jug, a Pollock's IR. I've never really cooked before. You already have one jug, a PR lopsided. I haven't really drawn before Mercutio bone jog a paralog CYA. I've never really done this before. To merge husband Joe gave her lopsided. I haven't really drawn before, could emit a curio bone jog a polar lopsided. I've never really done before tumors hemangioma gave her lopsided. I've never really cook before. You already have on jog a PR law upside. I haven't really drawn before. Could imagine a curio bone jog a paralog CYA. I've never really cook before. You already have one jug, a pillow up CYA. I've never really done before. To merge husband Joe gave her lopsided. I've never really done before. Tumors hemangioma gave her lopsided. I haven't really drawn before. Could email curio born Zhao gay per lopsided. Are you good at cooking? You already had air. Are you good at drawing? Could even tie. Good. Yeah. I can't cook at all. Then you're the hana DDO Bottega. I can't draw at all. John then could him hana DTO book. I've never really cook before. You already have on jog a CYA. I haven't really drawn before. Could he Mercutio bone jog a PR, lopsided? Are you good at dancing tonight? I can't dance at all. Challenge from hana, DTO boo. I've never really done before to merge husband Joe gave her lopsided. I've never really cook before. You already have on jog a CYA. Are you good at drawing? Could even tie Gloria. I can't cook at all. Then Udi, Hannah DO both. 45. 8.3 Unit 8 Review Lesson: T T Tang. A T Tan Tan. T. 46. 9.1 What do you want to do at the weekend?: Hi everyone and welcome back. In this unit we're going to learn how to talk about our wishes and desires. And in today's lesson, we're going to learn how to talk about things we want to do. As always, we'll begin with mini dialogue between myself and Mina. And the context of this conversation is between two friends. So we'll focus on listening to informal language tomorrow. More. How cool is it? Pop nine and product guy, cargo ship par, patchy. Around particular. Sumaria, bagasse pop, nanoampere, daka, daka, wish sick, I let go around Katrina. Okay. So first ask what the other person wants to do at the weekend. We can ask tomorrow. Oh, boy. What do you want to do at the weekend? Chmod, MY worshipper, first tumor, that means at the weekend, and more means what? And how gauche means one to do. This verb phrase is made up of two parts. First, we have Hulda, meaning to do, and courtship dance, meaning 12. So together, hack ownership, or hogwash means one to do. And we can change the WH word more with other WH words or the verb a Huldah with other verbs to ask different questions. Here are two more example questions. Tomorrow. What do you want to eat at the weekend? Tomorrow? Tomorrow or DKA. Where do you want to go at the weekend tomorrow? Degas was. So in the first example question, we've used a verb, meaning to eat instead of header. And in the second example question, we've used Audi, meaning where, and also use the verb a cadaver with core ship that to ask, where do you want to go in writing? Or D would be used with a particle. So we would say all the a, but a is often limited in speech. Okay, so with that in mind, let's now do a speaking practice of asking what the other person wants to do at the weekend. Tomorrow. More, how cool is it? Pop, Sumaria bagasse pop tomorrow. Tomorrow or digger wasp par. That was great, well-done. Next to answer minerals question, I said, I want to go to the seaside and this was a product guy, cargo ships, cut Sega. I want to go to the seaside, wanna go together. None and paddock giga, Pepsi-Cola. First, I said Dannon paddock Guy Kawasaki. I want to go to the seaside. Paddock God means seaside. Padang means the sea, and car is a noun, that means the surrounding area. Sometimes when we form compound nouns by mixing two nouns together, we add shield button to the first noun. So instead of it being part that guy is that guy. Next we have cargo ship pulp, which means 12 go. Then we have catchy color, which means wanna go together. Catchy means with or together, and color means one to go. This combines cardio and layer, which we use to ask about someone's preference and intentions. Now, both core ship that and bilayer can be translated to mean 12 in English. But we use core ship that to simply ask about a person's desire, what somebody ones. However, if we want to ask about what someone wants to do, as in the intention to do something, then we use a layer to ask this question. So if I ask eagle courtship or do you want to eat this? I'm merely asking if it is the desire to eat this. But if I ask eagle boggling, do you want to eat this? Then now I'm actually asking about the intention to eat this, whether they have the intention to act on their desire. So this question is more like an offer. So in Korea, we use either core ship that or a layer, depending on whether we're simply asking about the person's desire to do something, or whether we're asking if the other person actually has the intention to act upon their desire. Now one important point to note is that if we use a layer in general statements, these are declarative statements, then it's used to mean will. So if I say that ego boggle, it doesn't mean I want to eat this, but it means I will eat this. So do keep in mind that the layer has a different meaning depending on whether it's used in a declarative statement or question statement. Let's take a look at two more example questions. None in your Moi partnership par, catch Ebola. I want to see a film. Wanna see it together. None and yoga ball washer, pour, catch Ebola. Dannon. Catchy. Hello. I want to exercise 12, exercise together. Nine and 10, gossiping, catchy. As you can see in the second example, although we've used a full verb, London had out with core ship that when we want to ask whether the other person wants to exercise together, we can just use Hadar and emits long and still convey the same meaning. Ok, so that was quite a long explanation, but hopefully that's given you a better understanding of the differences between causes and layer. Let's now do a speaking practice of the sentences. Repeat after me. Nonane product guy, cargo ship par, catching her leg. Non-impact giga, which was Paul. Excellent efforts well-done. Next to say that she will come with me to the seaside. Mean asset could arm. Of course. Let's go together. Quran, gotcha, gotcha. First we have this word could, um, and column can have different meaning in different contexts. Could, um, is a shortened form of q-dot tambien, and it combines, could attach to be like that and neon, which means if so in other contexts, it can be used to mean that if so, or if that's the case. However, we also use could, um, to mean, Of course. So when someone asks, cut cigar lead, do you want to go? And you want to say, of course, then you can say Could on. Next we have catchy Gaza. And this means, let's go together. Catchy, as we learned before, means together and causes combines the verb meaning to go and the verb ending char, which is an informal way of saying, let's do something. Okay, so let's go straight into a speaking practice and it will change the verb in some of the lines in the practice. Get on. Get on Katrina. That was excellent. Let's go to the final practice. Okay. So by now I'm sure you know what's coming next. We're going to do three simulation practices. So let's not waste any more time and goes straight into the first one. Blah, blah, blah, blah. She pop. Good on Catalina. Fantastic efforts at a well-done. Okay. So today we learned how to ask what the other person wants to do and some useful language you can use to talk about what we want to do. And an important difference between core ship that. And in the next lesson, we're going to continue learning useful language. You can use a talk about our wishes and desires. See you soon again. Buh-bye. 47. 9.1 What do you want to do at the weekend? (Speaking Drill): What do you want to do at the weekend? What do you want to eat at the weekend? What do you want to do at the weekend tomorrow? Where do you want to go at the weekend tomorrow? Or D guy push upon. What do you want to eat at the weekend? Tomorrow? Where do you want to go at the weekend tomorrow? Or D guy bullshit. What do you want to do at the weekend? What do you want to eat at the weekend? Where do you want to go at the weekend? Or D guy push upon. What do you want to eat at the weekend? Where do you want to go at the weekend? Or D guy bullshit. What do you want to do at the weekend? I want to go to the seaside, wanna go together now and then paddock giga. I want to go to the seaside, wanna go together than n product giga. I want to see a film 100 watts it together. None and catch Ebola. I want to exercise, wanna do it together now. And then I want to see a film 100 watts sit together, none and catch Ebola. I want to exercise, wanna do it together now and then I want to go to the seaside, wanna go together. Now and then paddock giga bush. I want to see a film, 100 sheets together. We'll catch Ebola. I want to exercise, wanna do it together now and then I want to see a film, 100, watch it together. Nine and catch Ebola. I want to exercise, wanna do it together now. And then I want to go to the seaside, wanna go together now and then paddock giga. Of course, let's go together. Could arm. Of course, let's watch it together. Could arm. Of course, less exercise together. Could arm cartoon. Of course, let's watch it together. Could arm, catchy book. Of course, let's go together. Could arm. Of course, less exercise together. Could arm. Cartoon. Of course, let's go together. Could arm. Of course, let's watch it together. Could arm. Of course, let's go together. Could arm. Of course, less exercise together. Could arm cartoon. Of course, let's watch it together. Could arm. Of course, less exercise together. Could arm cartoon. What do you want to do at the weekend? Tomorrow? What do you want to eat at the weekend? Tomorrow? I want to go to the seaside, wanna go together now and then paddock giga. Of course, let's go together. Could arm. I want to see a film 100 watts it together. Nine and catch Ebola. Of course, let's watch it together. Could arm. I want to exercise, wanna do it together now and then. Of course, less exercise together. Could arm cartoon. Where do you want to go at the weekend? Tomorrow? Or D guy bullshit. What do you want to do at the weekend? Tomorrow? I want to go to the seaside, wanna go together now and then paddock giga. Of course, let's go together. Could arm. 48. 9.2 I wish I lived in Korea.: Hi everyone and welcome back. In this lesson, we're going to continue learning more useful language we can use talk about our wishes and desires. And as always, we'll begin with a mini dialogue between myself and meaner. And the context of the conversation is again between two friends. So we'll continue to focus on listening to use of informal language. Nonane Hunger Games hours had I Simeon to QSR, kept Jackie who gave bosom Medea or E21 currency and naggy Teresa. Man and Hangzhou Gates house had a semantical kept Jackie could Gebusi Medea or let the one currently now uterus saw. Okay, so first, if you are sick of where you live and you wish to live somewhere else, you can say nonane, Hangul. Guess ours had asked Simeon to QSR. I wish I lived in Korea. None and hunger guess Asara semi-annual QSR. Okay, so first we have Hangzhou gesso, meaning in Korea. And the key phrase in the sentence is Sarah Simeon to Kazaa. And this kind of means wish I lived higher, that means to live and reunion toolkit that means would be good. We actually saw this structure in another lesson earlier. And Lumia means is and shortcut that combines two, meaning to be good and get that which functions as a will or work depending on the context. So lumen toolkit, that means we'll be or would be good. So when we combine this higher that and get that to form Simon toolkit that it means would be good if I lived. However, although we can use this part, sirenians in its present form is more common to use this in its past form, harassed Simeon. And whether we use the present or the past tense, there is no difference in meaning. Let's take a look at two more examples sentences. Nine N horseshoe as ours had us Semillon to QSR. I wish I lived in Australia down and hold us Asara Simmental, QSR, Dannon Yolngu guess I was harassed him onto QSR. I wish I lived in the UK. Nine and younger guess Asara Simon to QSR. Okay, so let's go straight into speaking practice of saying none and Google's Asara cement or QSR, I wish I lived in Korea. Hunger Games hours. Hannah Simeon to QSR. Dan and Hangzhou guitars had a semantic ISA. Diamond diamond young, Google's Asada semi-annual QSR. That was great, well done. Next at this sudden announcement from me, I said bosom Maria. What do you mean All of a sudden? Cup, jug again, boots and Medea. First cup, Jackie is an adverb, that means suddenly, all of a sudden. Then we have Cougar, and this is a shortened form of Ugarte. And Coogan means it's or that's an E is a subject particle. And in speech, cougar, she is generally used in his contracted form, cougar. Next we have bosom Medea. Mucin means what? N means words or speech. So Bazerman means what someone means or what someone said. So when we use this in a question form, museum Madea, it kinda means, what do you mean? What are you saying? So altogether, shaggy means what do you mean by that? All of a sudden. What do you mean All of a sudden. Okay, so let's now do a speaking practice of saying, What do you mean All of a sudden, remember to add that bit of emotion when you're doing the speaking practice. Repeat after me. Okay. Bosom Medea. Medea. Medea. That was great. Well-done. Next to say that I've been thinking about it for a long time. Mina said would add domain could on the Sangha. I've been thinking about it for a long time. Would add Dong and couldn't send guy get to us. So first we have audit donor for a long time or day. It means long time and 29 can mean for or during. But in this context it means for. And similar to paddock got when we combine all their end-to-end together, we add shield batch him to order. So it's audit Dong n. Next we have a codon and this means That's all that kind of we use. Couldn't refer to something that was mentioned before. And lastly, Sangha get through that means to have that thoughts. Ceng guy is a noun, that means a thought. And we use the verb but Toyoda to talk about having a thought in one's mind. So in past tense, Sangha e to thes sub means had that thought. So altogether, audit domain couldn't send guy gets it also means I had that kind of thoughtful long time. I've been thinking about it for a long time. Okay, so let's now do a speaking practice of saying or abdomen Crohn's and targeted or so. I've been thinking about it for a long time. Quran thing that gave us some would argue to the US saw that was great, well done, less than we want to define our practice. Okay, so I'm sure you know what's coming next. We have three simulation practices using all the different expressions from today's lesson. Here comes the first practice. Okay, bosom, Maria Callas had a cement to kids, saw Maria will make the land could lead to ourselves. Banana angle gets hours had a cement to QSR. Modibo. Cryptography was Medea or E21 currency. Now uterus saw fantastic job today. Well done. Okay, so today we learned some useful expressions we can use to talk about something we have wishful. And we also learned how to express our surprise at what someone has said. And also a way of saying that I've been thinking about it for a long time. The next lesson is a review lesson, so we can review all the different expressions from the previous two lessons. So I'll see you soon again in that lesson. Bye bye. 49. 9.2 I wish I lived in Korea. (Speaking Drill): I wish I lived in Korea 9.5 hours had our semi-annual QSR. I wish I lived in Australia, had a semicolon to QSR. I wish I lived in the UK. And then young Google's hours had asked Simeon to kasa. I wish I lived in Korea. 9.5 hours had us semi-annual QSR. I wish I lived in Australia. Non inhomogeneous hours had a semicolon to QSR. I wish I lived in the UK now and then young Google's hours had asked Simeon to QSR. I wish I lived in Korea. 9.5 hours had asked Simeon to QSR. I wish I lived in Australia. None in Ha-Joon ASRS had a semicolon to QSR. I wish I lived in Korea. I guess ours had asked Simeon to QSR. I wish I lived in the UK now and then young Google's hours had asked Simeon to QSR. I wish I lived in Australia. Module ASRS had a semicolon to QSR. I wish I lived in the UK. Now and then young Google's hours had asked Simeon to cancel. What do you mean All of a sudden? Cup jug, bosom Maria. What do you mean All of a sudden capture Busan Maria. What do you mean All of a sudden, cup Jackie could gave bosom Medea. What do you mean All of a sudden? Bosom Maria. What do you mean All of a sudden? Boom, Maria, what do you mean All of a sudden? Bosom media. I've been thinking about it for a long time. I've been thinking about it for a long time. I've been thinking about it for a long time. I've been thinking about it for a long time. Domain couldn't Sangha. I've been thinking about it for a long time. I've been thinking about it for a long time. I wish I lived in Korea. 9.5 hours had asked Simeon to QSR. I wish I lived in Australia. Asrs had a semicolon to QSR. What do you mean All of a sudden, bosom media. I've been thinking about it for a long time. I wish I lived in Korea. 9.5 hours had asked Simeon to QSR. What do you mean? All of a sudden. Okay. Bosom Medea. I've been thinking about it for a long time. I wish I lived in the UK. Now I guess ours had asked Simeon to QSR. I've been thinking about it for a long time. The second guy gated SR. What do you mean All of a sudden. Boom. Medea. 50. 9.3 Unit 9 Review Lesson: As hot as the men to QSR. Or it could be to the US saw Colombia where hunger mitigate the hangup tin godaddy.com, hunger source, Hurricane. Chris say adjectival border gets saw with marine data, which protect ISO, Bogart, Marcuse pop, mock wish to non normal Van Gogh, Cindy democracy core, shadows into hangup to kidney but chronic kidney donor milk which Paul Fedewa cosh, go into that tomorrow, the back icon day. Since Chrome, data, quintana, Lisa, maria saw Chrome, they were hung Google. Chrome, hunger's Asara cavity. So Chris say adjectival border itself. Condemn Guzman and Jarrod data, which protect ISO. Boc. Boc wish to non dom dom acos core, core shadows into hangup the kidney but chronic kidney normal QRS Paul II with the Olmec, which pair? Syntax that to my debug icon, De Sica. Hi, VGB giga Chrome. Can't be wondering, do I know you didn't that Santa Maria Ross saw from there where Hungary, Moscow, hunger, so it's hierarchy. So Chris say adjectival border gets so BOC, BOC wish. Chronic I snuck democracy. That to Madison. They cook the back icon day particle leg. Yeah. Yeah. Go, go, go, go. 51. 10.1 How was your weekend?: Hi everyone and welcome back. In this unit we're going to learn useful language we can use to talk about our weekend. And in this lesson, we're going to learn how to talk about how we had a busy weekend. As always, we'll begin with a mini dialogue between myself and meaner. And the context of the conversation is again between two friends. To my top cape Wind is Sao Paulo Nessa. Tomorrow camping gas Ceasar, nonane. By those who take them on a Tom synopsis saw to matte out, papillary bonus or tomorrow camping GSA. Nonane battles upset them on a Tom synopsis saw. Okay, so first let's learn to ask that common question. How was your weekend tomorrow or Nessa, how was your weekend tomorrow? Dr. Boneh. So now we've already seen this word many times and tomorrow means the weekend. Next we have. And this means how? And the lessor is the POS form of Pineda, which means to spend time. So the literal meaning of this question is, how did you spend the weekend? How was your weekend? Here are two other example questions. Toyota Chongyang or Dr. Vanessa, How is your Saturday evening Toyota now Gattaca Vanessa. Your them Bangkok or Tokyo, Walesa. How was your summer holiday? Urine bag or Tokyo Vanessa. So we can change a tumor with different time expressions to ask how they spent that particular time period. Okay, so let's now do a speaking practice of asking these questions. To my top capillary cell to cell. Toyota or Tokyo Nessa, yada. Yada. That was great, well-done. Next to say what I did on my weekend, I said PackBot gap on SR tomorrow, camping costs or saw nonane. It was busy. I went camping at the weekend. How was yours? Vanessa? Tomorrow, camping assessor, nonane. Part Bu means busily. Pat Buddha is the descriptive verb that means to be busy. And in Korea, with certain descriptive verbs, we can add care to the verb stem to form adverbs. So PackBot get means busily. Next we have poor nasa, which means spend time. So purple gap on lesser means, I spent my weekend busily. It was busy. Next we have tumor, can pencasts ASO, and this means I went camping. Now, camping, as you can imagine, means camping and has OSA means to have been. Now in Korea and the past tense of cada to go is casa. When we talk about where we had been over the weekend, is more natural to use caso SAP in Korean. When we add this extra ought to a verbs past tense, we indicate that an action started at some point in the past and ended at some point in the past. So it's no longer true in the present. So if I say something like Dannon cool gator bug ASA, then it simply means that I ate meat at some point in the past. However, if I say none and a bogus ASA, this means that I ate meat in the past, but I stopped eating meat at some point in the past. Therefore, I do not eat meat anymore. Now, of course, depending on the context, the first sentence could also mean that I don't eat meat anymore. But that's the key difference. The past tense has to rely on context to show whether the action is no longer true in the present. Whereas the extra ADH helps to indicate that meaning by itself. Similarly, if we say camping Casa, this simply means that I went camping and does not indicate whether I came back from the trip. On the other hand, has saucer means that I went camping and I came back. In this way. Caso is similar to have gone in English. And CAS saucer is similar to have been. And because of this difference in meaning, it's more natural to use has saucer than Casa when talking about having been somewhere over the weekend. Now, of course, in this context, I'm already talking to me now. So it's obvious that I have come back from my camping trip. However, if we're talking about someone else, Let's say been zoo and I say mean Xun and camping kasa. The amino definitely wouldn't know whether Min Zu has come back from the trip. But if we said Vinson and camping costs ASA, then it's clear that means a went camping and came back. Lastly, we have the short phrase nonane, and this means a new. Let's take a look at two more examples. Pub Bulgaria, ASR tomorrow, jejudoga, Ceasar, nonane. It was busy. I went to change your island at the weekend. How JOS paprika, Vanessa tomorrow digital egg or Ceasar nonane. Jamie gave Vanessa maria product giga Ceasar nonane. It was fun. I went to the seaside at the weekend. How JOS Jimmy cable, Nessa, Jumana, product giga Sosa nonane. Now in the second example, we've used the adverb chair me, which comes from a chair me, that meaning to be fun. So tell me means I spent the time in a fun way. It was fun. One thing to note is that in far speech, we sometimes contract, chair me, get to Timmy. Timmy get. So do keep that in mind. Okay. So that was a pretty long explanation. So let's now go into a speaking practice and practice saying the sentences. Tomorrow, campaign gas or saw Don in camping GSA saw nonane down in tomorrow. Excellent efforts, well-done. Next to say that mina also had a busy weekend. She said, Nado, suggest them on a Chang's enough saucer. I was also busy because of homework. Now those objet them when they're Tong Xin up Ceasar. First we have the particle tool, which means two. And also, and we have this part. And this means because of homework. So means homework and then with their means because of lastly, we have the POS form of Changsha. Changsha. Changsha. Changsha, nope, that is another expression we use to say Busy. Changjiang means one's mind or mentality and that means to not have. So the literal meaning of chunking up that kinda means to not have one's mind, to lose one's mind. And we use tongs. That to mean to be busy or to be hectic. Let's take a look at two more examples sentences. Now TO Xiang. I was also busy studying for exams. Now though Xiang Xiang Yu synopsis are not single codon check them whenever. I was also visit because of my friend's wedding. The logic then when I saw, okay, so in each sentence we have xiang gu studying for exams and single codon, friend's wedding as the reason for having a busy and hectic weekend. Okay, so let's now do a speaking practice, saying these sentences. Tom synopsis so that those who take them on a Thompson also saw that those Xiang saw excellent job well done. Okay, so is that time in the lesson where we do simulation practices using all the different expressions from today's lesson. So let's go straight into the first practice. To metal cable Nessa to magnetic and being SSL nonane to subject them when they're told to matte out tomorrow camping GSA. So nonane. Those update them on a Tom Nolan. Bottles of debt dominate on the synopsis. Saw great job today, well done. Okay, so today we learned how to ask how the other person spent the weekend and various ways of talking about how we had a busy weekend. In the next lesson, we're going to learn more useful expressions we can use to talk about what we did on our weekend. See you soon again. Bye-bye. 52. 10.1 How was your weekend? (Speaking Drill): How was your weekend tomorrow? Nasa. How was your Saturday evening Toyota EEOC or Nessa? How was your summer holiday? Yom Kippur, Nessa. How was your Saturday evening Toyota EEOC or Nessa. How was your summer holiday? Nasa. How was your weekend? To my doc ERPO Nessa. How was your weekend? Tomorrow? I'll dock ERPO, nasa. How was your Saturday evening? Toyota EEOC dot cable, nasa. How was your weekend? Tomorrow? Nasa. How was your summer holiday? Nasa. How was your Saturday evening? Toyota EEOC or doc cable Nessa. How was your summer holiday? Bangkok or ESA? It was busy. I went camping at the weekend. How was yours? To my camping I saw saw Donegan. It was busy. I went camping at the weekend. How was yours? Sr? Camping got Ceasar done then. It was busy. I went to teach you Island at the weekend. How was yours? To judoka? Saw saw nonane. It was fun. I went to the seaside at the weekend. How was yours? Tmi globalness saw product guy Augustus saw nonane. It was busy. I went to teach you Island at the weekend. How was yours? Judoka saw saw nonane. It was fun. I went to the sea side at the weekend. How was yours? Me globalness SAR, tomorrow a product guy Augustus saw none then. It was busy. I went camping at the weekend. How was yours? Uga, ASR to my day, camping gas or saw Donegan. It was fun. I went to the seaside at the weekend. How was yours? Tmi, globalness, SAR tomorrow a product guy Augustus saw none then. It was busy. I went camping at the weekend. How was yours? Sr? Camping I saw saw Donegan. It was busy. I went to Jeju Island at the weekend. How was yours? Sr, judoka saw saw nonane. It was fun. I went to the seaside at the weekend. How was yours? Tmi, globalness, SAR, tomorrow a product guy Augustus saw nonane. It was busy. I went to teach you Island at the weekend. How was yours? To judoka? Saw saw nonane. I was also busy because of homework that or subject them on a Tong Xin up SARSA. I was also busy studying for exams. That I was also busy because of my friend's wedding. Diadochi single codon, shake them up. So I saw I was also busy studying for exams that or put them on a saw. I was also busy because of homework that or subject them whenever. I was also busy because of my friend's wedding. Diadochi single codon, check them when I was also busy because of homework. Now add or subtract them on a Tang. Saw. I was also busy studying for exams. Xiang, Xiang Xin ops or saw. I was also busy because of homework. Now add or subtract them on air Tong Xin ups or saw. I was also busy because of my friend's wedding. Diadochi single codon and check them with their tongue synapse or saw. I was also busy studying for exams. I was also busy because of my friend's wedding. Diadochi, single Cowden, check them with their tongues. Saw. How was your weekend? Tomorrow? I'll dock care for nasa. How was your Saturday evening? Toyota EEOC or doc cable Nessa. It was busy. I went camping at the weekend. How was yours? Sr to my day camping gas Ceasar done in It was busy. I went to teach you Island at the weekend. How was yours too mad edge here, judoka, Ceasar, nonane. I was also busy because of homework. Now add or subtract them on a Tong Xin ups or saw. I was also busy studying for exams. Dad or Xiang Xiang Xin ups or saw. How was your summer holiday or top cap on ESA? I was also busy because of my friend's wedding. Diadochi single coudl inject them with their tongues in ops or saw. It was fun. I went to the seaside at the weekend. How was yours? Tmi, globalness, SAR tomorrow product guy Augustus saw none then How was your weekend? To my doc ERPO nasa. It was busy. I went camping at the weekend. How was yours? Papel gap on SR to my dad, camping gas Ceasar done Then. I was also busy because of homework that or subject them on a Tong Xin up Ceasar. 53. 10.2 What did you do at the weekend?: Hi everyone and welcome back. In this lesson, we're going to continue learning more useful expressions we can use to talk about what we did on our weekend. And as always, we'll begin with a mini dialogue between myself and meaner. And the context of the conversation is again, between two friends. Tomorrow, moist, toilet and go IDO E then codon Shiga, Ceasar, nonane, ban pyridine and saw clean Yang TPA Ceasar. Tomorrow boy, EFSA, Toyoda and Shingo Monaco iterated in Cologne. She giga SASA nonane than paragon ISA can Yangtze base or so. Okay, So the first question is, what did you do at the weekend and this is tomorrow boy, SR. What did you do at the weekend tomorrow? Usaa. Now, this should be a fairly simple question to understand. Tomorrow means at the weekend, more means what? And JSR is the past form of Hulda, meaning to do so together tomorrow lab where some means, what did you do at the weekend? And you can change tomorrow with different time expressions to ask about different times. Here are two example questions. All Jim West's, what did you do yesterday? Or USAA or zip by maybe USAA. What did you do last night? Or Japan member USAA. Now, when we use words like all j yesterday or today and tomorrow, we don't use the particle air. But if we add expressions like Pam, nights, afternoon and at him morning, then we need to use the particle air. So we say all bomber. So do keep that in mind. Okay, So let's now do a speaking practice of asking tomato USAA, What did you do at the weekend tomorrow? To Malibu EFSA. Ojibwe saw all Japan as well, so that was great, well-done. Next to say what I did at the weekend, I said toy then Shingo, Monaco, IDO it n codon Shiga, SASA nonane. I met a friend on Saturday and went to a wedding on Sunday. What about you? Toyoda, Monaco, IDO it and Cologne, Shiga, Ceasar, Northern. Okay, So this is a long sentence, so let's break it down. First to say what I did each day. We have Tojo E then an ego Eden. Now these are contracted forms and the longer forms are Toyota and then, and Ido it NN. And using the contracted forms is more common in speech that in writing. In Korea, we can use the topic particles in or none with time expressions. So these phrases kinda mean as for Saturday and as for Sunday. Next we have what I did each day. First we have a single been at nasa, met my friend and second codon CGA customers went to a wedding. Now, both of these tenses are past tense, though, as mentioned in the previous lesson, when talking about having been somewhere over the weekend, is more common to use Cass saucer than Kazaa. And to join these two activities using and we use the particle core. Core is a particle we use to connect to actions. And to do that, we simply add the core to the first verb stem. However, it's important to remember that when we add core, core is added to the verbs in the tense it is used in rather than to the verbs infinitive form. So as we're listing to past actions, the verbs are in past tense. If we're listing actions in present or future tense, core would be added to verbs in their relevant tenses. So do keep that in mind. And lastly, we have nonane, which kinda mean and new, or how about you? Let's take a look at two more examples, sentences. Toilet and jackass, soko EDO, eventual good CSR. I went to the cinema on Saturday and when jogging on Sunday, toy then cook Jenga, soko IDO it and talking SR Tojo it and call it o e then ASR. I started on Saturday and exercised on Sunday. Toyoda income, well known SR. Okay. So let's go straight into speaking practice of saying what I did on Saturday and what I did on Sunday. Toyota in Monaco. Ido E then codon Shiga Ceasar nonane Tojo it and call it o e then codon Shiga Ceasar, nonane, Toyoda Panchinko, Monaco, Edo era and colon giga Ceasar nonane. Toileting could thank Gestapo, EDO it into a cell. Ido it in and doing a fantastic job, well-done. Next to say that you really didn't do anything special and you just stayed at home. You can say none. Colgate an SR Kuhnian, she base or saw. I didn't do much. I just stayed at home. Non cargo and SR can Yangtze basis. Nan is a contracted form of nonane and the key expression in the first sentence is called an SR. And this means didn't do much. Colgate means something or a particular thing and an SR means didn't do. So when we want to say that I didn't do anything particular why I didn't do much. We can say plug ins, saw plug ins. So then we have clean Yang Guifei is saucer, meaning just stayed at home. Coun Yang means just means at home. And ISA is the POS form of IIT that which means to stay. So altogether Christianity base or some means, I just stayed at home. Okay, so let's now do a speaking practice of saying Man program. So I didn't do much. I just stayed at home. Ban Zhao Ziyang TPA Ceasar them paragon ISA, can Yangtze basis. So non cobra and SR, cadential a saucer. Fantastic efforts, well done. Okay, So this is the final practice time. And as always, we're going to do simulation practices using all the different expressions from today's lesson. So if you're ready, let's go straight into the first one. Shamata ITO eating calorie, Sega Sosa, nonane than program. So CAN Yangtze base ASA, iterate? Bam paragon, ISA, can Yangtze basis. So fantastic job today. Well done. Okay, so today we learn more useful language we can use to talk about what we did on our weekend and how we can say that we didn't do much at the weekend. The next lesson is a review lessons. So I will see you in that review lesson to practice all the different expressions together. One more time. See you soon again. Buh-bye. 54. 10.2 What did you do at the weekend? (Speaking Drill): What did you do at the weekend tomorrow? A boy SR. What did you do yesterday or what did you do last night? Or just bam, bam USAA. What did you do yesterday? What did you do last night? Or USAA? What did you do at the weekend tomorrow? Usaa. What did you do at the weekend? Tomorrow USAA. What did you do yesterday? What did you do at the weekend? Tomorrow? Usaa. What did you do last night? Or Japan MBSR. What did you do yesterday? What did you do last night? Or USAA? I met a friend on Saturday and Toyota it and Qinghai Monaco went to a wedding on Sunday. Ido a then codon CGA kasa. I met a friend on Saturday and went to a wedding on Sunday. Tojo it n Shingo Monaco, IDO it n codon Shiga Ceasar. I went to the cinema on Saturday and went jogging on Sunday. Toy then Jenga, so called Edo E then jogging SR. I studied on Saturday and exercise on Sunday, Toyota and it can go either way. Then. I went to the cinema on Saturday and when jogging on Sunday, Tojo it and Jenga sarco IDO E then jogging SR. I studied on Saturday and exercise on Sunday. Toyota then call IDO it then I met a friend on Saturday and went to a wedding on Sunday. Tojo it and Ido it n codon Shiga Ceasar. I met a friend on Saturday and went to a wedding on Sunday. Toyota IDO it n codon Shiga saw, saw. I went to the cinema on Saturday and went jogging on Sunday. Toy then Jenga, so Ido e Then talking SR. I met a friend on Saturday and went to a wedding on Sunday. Tojo it and then codon Shiga saw Sal. I studied on Saturday and exercise on Sunday. Toyota sedan call IDO it and I went to the cinema on Saturday. And when jogging on Sunday, Toyota, Jenga soko IDO e Then talking SR I studied on Saturday and exercise on Sunday. Toyota you then go IDO it and I didn't do much. I just stayed at home. And SR can Yang TBA SARSA. I didn't do much. I just stayed at home. Non-program SR can Yang TBA SARSA. I didn't do much. I just stayed at home. Non-program SR. I didn't do much. I just stayed at home. I didn't do much. I just stayed at home. And SR. I didn't do much. I just stayed at home. Olga and SR. Can Yang GBA SARSA. What did you do at the weekend? Tomorrow? What did you do yesterday? I met a friend on Saturday and went to a wedding on Sunday. Toyota and then codon Shiga Ceasar. I went to the cinema on Saturday and when jogging on Sunday, Tojo it n Jenga SOC go either way then talking SR. I didn't do much. I just stayed at home. And SR. Can Yang Qi Bei saucer. I didn't do much. I just stayed at home. And SR can Yangtze base ASA. What did you do last night? Or USAA? I studied on Saturday and exercise on Sunday. Toyota then go IDO it and I met a friend on Saturday and went to a wedding on Sunday. Tojo eat and eat away. Then codon Shiga saw saw. What did you do at the weekend? Tomorrow? I went to the cinema on Saturday and when jogging on Sunday, toy then Jenga, so called Edo E then jogging SR. I studied on Saturday and exercise on Sunday. Toyota sedan and Kuwait go either way then ASR 55. 10.3 Unit 10 Review Lesson: Um Coke bginng there. You want bag Chuma Carbon. Yeah. 56. 11.1 What should we do at the weekend?: Hi everyone and welcome to Unit 10, where we will learn useful language you can use to make arrangements in Korean. And in this lesson, we're going to focus on learning some useful expressions you can use to decide what to do at the weekend. As always, we'll begin with a mini dialogue between myself and meaner. And the context of the conversation is again between two friends. To matter, more like a nice thick tunica paddock guy hadn't gone out there to God to lead to Malibu ICA, chicago knee cap haddock guy can and cannot. Click out tunes and I'll be back. Okay, so first to ask, what should we do at the weekend? We can't ask Woody tomorrow, boycott. What should we do at the weekend? Reach MATLAB while now by now, you should know the meaning of Wudi to my bot. So let's focus on the last part, Halakhah. This part is made up of the verb Hulda, meaning to do, and Geico, which we use to mean should. So hierarchy or the casual form a hierarchy means should do. So altogether. Reach God means what should we do at the weekend? Here are two more example questions. Wudi, Tanya Moore, Modelica. What should we eat in the evening? Reach on your gable. Modelica, woody Toyota article. Where should we go on Saturday? He Toyota or DKA. So as you can see, we can change the time to Tanya evening and Tojo is Saturday. And we can change the verb to mock that, to eat, and cada to go. And we can also change a ball. What to Adi, meaning where to ask about other things. Okay, so let's now do a speaking practice of asking these questions. Lead to many, boy, I read too many blue ICA. Reach on your Gabo Modelica. Woody Toyota or D Got it. Great efforts, well done. Next to suggest doing something because of nice weather, I said nice cigar tunica, padlock icon and gone out there. How about going to the sea side since the weather is nice, dicey Gazzaniga paddock guy hadn't gone all day. Okay, so first we have nice she got shot. And this means the weather is nice. And to this parts we've added DKA. Dka is similar to because or since and is used to show a cause and effect relationship between ideas. Next we have product guy, meaning to the seaside. And lastly we have Cannon, gun out there. Meaning, how about going? Canon God combines cardio to go and then got, which helps to change verbs into noun forms. So cannon God means going, and this is used with the topic particle been. In speech, cause is generally contracted to con, so panning Guzman is more commonly used as panning gun, cannon GAN. Lastly, are there means how is so product guy canon gone out there means how about going to the sea side? So the two parts together, nice cigar tunica, product guy hadn't gone out. There means how about going to the sea side since the weather is nice? Here are two more examples sentences. Nice cigar, tunica, canon, gone up there. How about going to the park since the weather is nice. Nice. Chicago Monica began and GUDDAT, they're nice. Uga Houdini, January, canon gone, not there. How about going to the cinema since the weather is cloudy, nice, UGA Houdini, Calico, Jack and then gone out there. So in the first example sentence, we suggest that going to call one the park, since the weather is nice. But in the second sentence, we've suggested going to jam the cinema since the weather is hoodie, they're cloudy. Okay, so let's now do a speaking practice of saying the weather is nice. So how about doing something? Nice? She got to Nika, product guy, hadn't gone out there. Nice Chicago knee cap had archaic and then gone out there. Nicely guy tunica, have Anaconda, nalssiga, Houdini could try it and then gone up. That was great, well done. Lastly to say, that's a good idea. We can say, Ooh God Jones and GKE data. That's a good idea. Could go tunes and gaggabda. Cougar means that the formal form is Cu got, but in speech is more commonly said as cougar. Jones and gap means a good idea. Shawn means good and sang God is a thought or an idea. And we've used a verb, meaning to be at the end. So altogether, Kugler, children's hand, gaggabda means that's a good idea. Now, EDA is the verbs infinitive form. And when we use the verbs infinitive form, the statement is generally set to no one in particular. So statements that used a verbs infinitive form are used to state the personal opinion rather than to say something directed at a particular person. Okay, So with that in mind, let's practice saying Kugler tunes and guide you that. That's a good idea to God. Thank God. The God tunes in the IV bag. Excellent job today. Well would add less than we wanted the final practice. Okay, So as always, in this final practice, we're going to do simulation practices using all the different expressions from today's lesson. So if you're ready, let's go straight into the first one. Reach. Nice. You could go to too many black. Black. Excellent job today. Well done. Okay, so today we learned some useful expressions we can use to decide what to do on weekends. In the next lesson, we're going to learn more useful expressions we can use to talk about future arrangements and focus specifically on deciding what to eat. So I'll see you soon again in the next lesson. Bye bye. 57. 11.1 What should we do at the weekend? (Speaking Drill): What should we do at the weekend would lead to model. What should we eat in the evening? Wudi Tanya gamble, Modelica. What should we do at the weekend? Hoodie to matter? Where should we go on Saturday? Hoodie Tojo, either a or D guy. What should we eat in the evening? Hoodie Tanya Bamaga, RCA. Where should we go on Saturday? Hoodie Toyota or D guy. What should we do at the weekend? Hoodie to matter? Where should we go on Saturday? Woody Tojo, either a or D guy. What should we eat in the evening? Hoodie Tonya gave Bamaga. Where should we go on Saturday? Tojo, either a or D giga. What should we do at the weekend? Boy? What should we eat in the evening? Wudi, Tanya, Bamaga. How about going to the seaside since the weather is nice. Nice, neat guy, a padlock icon and gone out there. How about going to the sea side since the weather is nice. Nice cigar tunica, padlock icon and gone out there. How about going to the park since the weather is nice, nice cigar tunica hadn't gone out there. How about going to the cinema? Since the weather is cloudy. Nice Shiga. January, canon gone out there. How about going to the park since the weather is nice. Nice cigar tunica, canning gone out there. How about going to the cinema since the weather is cloudy, nice. You could January, canon gone up. How about going to the seaside since the weather is nice. Nice cigar, tunica, paddock guy, canon gone out there. How about going to the park since the weather is nice. Nice cigar tunica, canning gone out there. How about going to the cinema? Since the weather is cloudy. Nice. You could January, canon gone out there. How about going to the park since the weather is nice. Nice cigar tunica, canon gone out there. How about going to the cinema? Since the weather is cloudy. Nice. You could January and then gone out there. How about going to the seaside since the weather is nice. Nice cigar, tunica, paddock, Gaia, canon Garnaut there. That's a good idea. That's a good idea. Crooked tunes and gaggabda. That's a good idea. Could God tunes and gaggabda? That's a good idea. Kierkegaard tunes and gaggabda. That's a good idea. That's a good idea. Kierkegaard tunes and guide the data. What should we do at the weekend? What should we eat in the evening? Hoodie, Chelmno, gable, Modelica. How about going to the seaside since the weather is nice. Nice cigar tunica, padlock icon and gone out there. How about going to the park since the weather is nice. Nice cigar tunica, canon gone out there. That's a good idea. Kook arch on the second guide you there. That's a good idea. Kook arch on this and guide you there. Where should we go on Saturday? Udi Tojo, either a or D guy. How about going to the cinema? Since the weather is cloudy. Nice. You guys could January and then gone out there. What should we do at the weekend? Boy? How about going to the park since the weather is nice. Nice cigar tunica hadn't gone out there. That's a good idea. Cuckoo, Jordans and Greg. How about going to the seaside since the weather is nice. Nice cigar tunica, padlock icon and gone out there. 58. 11.2 Do you want to eat 찜닭?: Hi everyone and welcome back. In this lesson, we're going to focus on one of the most useful language functions, which is to decide what to eat in Korean. As always, we'll begin with a mini dialogue between myself and Mina. And the context of the conversation is again between two friends. Ylabel gates on a Tin Pan moguls. Jim tag to J or the uninjured visa. Apple K. Yeah, wow. Bogota native Thermopylae, Jim, Dr. J. Or the energy Baeza, Nevada. Okay. Okay. So first to ask what the other person wants to eat. We can ask young lab or gauge on a chimp Dan. Do you want to eat chimp that before watching a film? Young baboons on agent and Motorola. First we have young law, Paul gauge on there. And this means before watching a film, young law or young my repo, that means to watch a film. And Qichao net means before. And we can add this two verbs to say before doing that action. Next we have Jim time mogul. And this means do you want to eat chin tuck? The verb phrase and Mogul leg combines both meaning to eat, The casual form of the layer, meaning to U12. Now in an earlier lesson, we learned how to use a layer in detail. So we won't go into the explanation in this lesson. But one thing to note is that n is polite form a layer and not very respectful way of asking someone's preference. So if we're asking someone wave seniority, then we need to use she guessed saw you and she guessed soil is similar in meaning to, would like to. But when we use she gets soil. One other thing to note is that because she gets, is a respectful way of asking someone's preference. If a verb has a separate honorific form, such as mock data, then we should use the honorific form with Shiga soil. So a more respectful way of asking the same question is Jim that TC guess CYA. Jim. Sir. So we use the honorific form of that through that and further conjugate it to to see that and use it with Shiga soil to ask if they would like to eat something. And lastly, if you're wondering what that is, is a kind of a steamed chicken dish, usually marinated in soy sauce and is pronounced Jim, that gym bag. You should definitely try it if you get a chance. Let's take a look at two more examples sentences. Yoga, ball gauge on a pizza, Magdala. Do you want to eat pizza before watching a film? Yoga. Yoga ball gauge on the neon teaching. Sir, would you like to eat naengmyeon before watching a film younger than TCGA. So as you can see in the second example question, we've used TCGA sayo. And to see gesso is a more respectful way of asking if the other person would like to eat something. Okay, so let's now do a speaking practice and we'll practice asking both moguls and TCG SIL. Ylabel gates on a fan moguls, ylabel ketone 18 down moguls, ylabel get on a team that TCA cycle. Excellent job, well done. Next to say that, Jim, Thank. Sounds great. And to ask me now if she knows a good place. I said Jim, type 2 J or the visa. Jim tax Sounds great. Dino place. Jim, talk to all the energy we saw. First, Tucci combines two, meaning to be good and the suffix g. Now, this suffix can be added to verbs to form question tags, and we learned this in an earlier lesson. But another function of the suffix ci is to confirm a certain information which the listener already knows. So when we add the key to chore and form Shorty, it kinda means yes, of course It's good. Yes, that sounds great. Next we have ADI and as well as using Audi to mean where, we can also use our d to mean some place. And then we have an unzip. And then is an adjective form of iodine, meaning to know and chip is commonly known to mean house or home. However, we commonly use cheap to refer to shops and restaurants, so called GIP is a flower shop and Chugach chip is a Chinese restaurant. So uninjured kinda means a restaurant that you know. Lastly, we have is n. This comes from the verb eat that, which can mean to have. So all the unearned Gb. So means do you have some place that you know or do you know a place? Okay, so let's now do a speaking practice. And with some of the lines, we would change the name of the dish from chimp that to something else. Jim tag to J or the uninjured visa. Jim tac toe or the anergy visa. P tags with T or the Anansi visa named entity or the ad indivi, some great job, well-done. Lastly, to say that I will find out mean asset, Degas Arab, or I'll find out their Garibaldi again, the key parts of the sentence is Arab or gay. And this combines our app or that meaning to find out and the future form 3k 0, which means we'll, so when we say Arab oil, it means we'll find out. Okay, So this is a pretty simple expression. So let's do a speaking practice of saying, I'll find out K. Okay. Great efforts at a well done. Okay, so it's the final practice time and we're going to do three simulation practices using all the different expressions from today's lesson. So if you're ready, we'll start the first practice. Didn't up to t will get donated tympanogram audiology visa. Yeah, wow. Bogota native DOM Moglen, Jim Dong, you'd say that one's enjoy all the energy we saw. Nevada. Okay. Excellent job today. Well done. Okay, so in this lesson, we'll learn some useful expressions we can use when deciding what to eat in Korean. In the next lesson, we're going to focus on learning language you can use to decide where to meet with your friends in Korean, season again, buh-bye. 59. 11.2 Do you want to eat 찜닭? (Speaking Drill): Do you want to eat chimp that before watching a film? Young Applegate on a chimp, gorilla, D12 pizza. Before watching a film. Young Applegate on a PTM alkali, D12 naengmyeon before watching a film, young Apple Gita and there they non-mobile leg. Do you want to eat naengmyeon before watching a film? Young mortgage on a TCG, SIR. Do you want to eat Jim that before watching a film? Young Applegate on a chimp that TCG, SIR. Do you want to eat pizza before watching a film? Young Apple gets on a pizza TCG, SIR. Do you want to eat chimp that before watching a film? Young Applegate on a chimp Tang mogul, D12 pizza. Before watching a film. Young Applegate on a PTM alkali D12 naengmyeon before watching a film. Young Apple Gita and the mammogram. Do you want to eat naengmyeon before watching a film? Young MA bogey John air naengmyeon, TCG, SIR. Do you want to eat him that before watching a film? Young Applegate on-air chimp that TCG, SIR. Do you want to eat pizza before watching a film? Young Applegate on a pizza to see SIR. Syntax sounds great. Do you know a place? Chimp dark to light or the energy visa. Pizza sounds great. Do you know a place? Pgi two t or d. And Angie Baeza. Naengmyeon. Sounds great. Do you know a place? Naengmyeon to Aldi and NGV sub. Tim tech sounds great. Do you know a place? Chimp back to t or d and NGV sub. Tim tax sounds great. Do you know a place? Jim, back to t or d and NGBs sub naengmyeon sounds great. Do you know a place? Naengmyeon to t or d and NGV sub pizza sounds great. Do you know a place? Pgi two, t or d and NGBs saw Jim deck. Sounds great. Do you know a place? Jim dock to t or d and then GB sub. I'll find out. They're gonna add up. Okay? I'll find out. They're gonna add up. Okay. I'll find out. They're gonna add up. Okay. I'll find out their god apple. I'll find out. They're gonna add up. Okay. I'll find out. They're gonna add up. Okay. Do you want to eat chimp that before watching a film? Young lab or Gita on a chimp dang. Do you want to eat pizza before watching a film? Young Applegate on a pizza, TCGA CYA. Jim tax sounds great. Do you know a place? Jim talk to t or d and NGV sub pizza sounds great. Do you know a place? Pgi, two t or d and then Gb. So I'll find out, they're gonna add up. Okay. I'll find out they're gonna add up or do you want to eat naengmyeon before watching a film? Nwa bogey John air, Damien, TCG, SIR, naengmyeon, sounds great. Do you know a place? Naengmyeon to t or d and NGV sub. Do you want to eat chimp that before watching a film? Young lab or Gita on their gym, Tang Magdala. I'll find out. They got Apple. 60. 11.3 Where shall we meet?: Hi everyone and welcome back. In this lesson, we're going to learn useful language you can use to decide where to meet your friends in Korean. As always, we'll begin with a mini dialogue between myself and Mina. And the context of the conversation is again between two friends. All these are by Nika, Guangdong Miyagi been true gaga. Gaga. Today, quorum call gets output. Or the salmonella, Biondo Miyagi been sugar virtual Kolkata. Kid, I could um, Cauchy's. Okay, so first to ask, where shall we meet? We can say all these are monarchies. Where shall we meet all these harmonica? First, we have all these are, but this is actually a contracted form of all the SR or the means where an SR is a particle we use to talk about an action happening at a particular place. However, in informal speech, we often emit air and just say, all these are, or these are. Then we have monarchy. And this combines man Nadal to meet and Kio, which we learned in an earlier lesson. And this means should. So altogether all these harmonica means, where shall we meet? Okay, so let's go straight into a speaking practice of asking this useful question. All these Amanda, Where shall we meet? All these are by Nika. All these are Minorca. All these Aman NACA. That was great, well-done. Next to say, I think some place will be good. We can say Guangdong Miyagi been true Google tool, Gaga. I think exit two of myeongdong station will be good. Guangdong Miyagi been triggered whole COVID TAM. First we have young Dong, and this means beyond Dong station. Yacc is a noun that means a station, and we can use it to refer to underground train and also bus stations. Next we have E been true goal. Iba means number 2 and 2 goo is exit. In Korea, underground stations or subway stations have many different exits and all the exits are numbered. So it's very common for people to say, let's meet at this exit or at that exit. And you can easily find exit numbers on Naver maps or Google Maps. Lastly, we have got habitat and this means, I think will be good. Choice means will be good. And Kolkata, which is an informal form of CO2, cata, means I think that. So altogether Guangdong jag, eventual gaga, gaga amines. I think exit two of young Dong station will be good. Let's take a look at two more examples sentences Can-Am, yargs have on true gaga. Gaga. I think exit form of Gangnam station will be good. Gangnam yaks have on Chugach whole COVID, Hong Kong, Iran, Chugach whole Gaga. I think exit one of Hong De station will be good. Hong DO 11 Chugach, whole Gaga town. Okay, so let's now do a speaking practice of saying, I think some place will be good. Repeat after me. Young donkey been true. Gaga, gaga, Rondonia, Gibbon, sugar, virtual gaga, gaga, gaga, gaga, gaga. Great job, well-done. Lastly mean I said, Okay, the less meat at that place. Could I could, um, Cauchy's Abuja. Okay. Then let's meet at that place. Greg kilohm Cauchy's or Buddha. First, we have good air and could I can be used in many different ways. And one of the most common uses of Cadet is to say, Okay, then we have could, um, and as we learned before, we can use codon to mean, of course, but we can also use them to mean that if so, or if that's the case. And in this situation, could, um, is used to mean if that's the case, as in, if you think that young Dong stage and eggs in number two is good, then we have Cauchy's are, and Kogi can be used to refer to a place close to the listener. Also a place just mentioned by the speaker. So in this situation is used to refer to belong Dong station, eggs in number 2 and SAR in this phrase is contracted from SR. Lastly, we have Pooja and this means less meat. Pooja combines Poor Dad, meaning to see, and the suffix chat, which we use to informally say, let's do something. Now the verbal poor diet is commonly used to mean to see, look, and watch. But just like the English verb to see, we often use the verb poor dad to talk about meeting people. So altogether, Claire, Quran, Cauchy's or Buddha means, okay, then let's meet at that place. Okay, so let's now do a speaking practice of saying, Good day, good, I'm Cauchy's up. Was it a click on Cauchy's Alberta? Good. I could call gives a Buddha. Could a kilohm Cauchy's abouta fantastic job today? Well would add, let's go to the final practice. Okay, So as always, we're going to do three simulation practices using all the different expressions from today's lesson. So let's go straight into the first practice. All these are magnetic. All these harmonica. There's NGA again home. They are given to convert all Kavita today. Good. I'm Cauchy's up with a fantastic job today. Well done. Okay, so today we learned some useful language we can use when deciding where to meet friends in Korean. The next lesson is a review lesson. So when you're ready, I'll see you soon again in that review lesson. Bye bye. 61. 11.3 Where shall we meet? (Speaking Drill): Where shall we meet all these Armen Nika. Where shall we meet? Or these are my Nika. Where shall we meet? Or these are my Nika. Where shall we meet? All these are man Nika. Where shall we meet? All these are magnetic. Where shall we meet? All these harmonica? I think exit two of myeongdong station will be good. To go. Gaga. I think exit for of Gangnam station will be good. Can-am yaks hub on troop of Gaga. I think exit one of home base station will be good. Hong De out in urban tree will guide tool Golgotha. I think exit full of Gangnam station will be good. Things happen to bad tool, go gotta. I think exit one of home. Their station will be good. Home. They are in a bunch repo guy at all. Gaga. I think exit two of myeongdong station will be good. Tool. Gaga. I think exit two of myeongdong station will be good. To go. Bad tool. I think exit for of Gangnam station will be good. Carbon triple God tool Gaga. I think exit two of myeongdong station will be good. To go. Bad tool Gaga. I think exit one of home, their station will be good. Homework. 11, triple Gaia tool Gaga. I think exit for of Gangnam station will be good. Carbon triple bad tool Gaga. I think exit one of home base station will be good enough bunch repo guy at all Kolkata. Okay, then let's meet at that place. Could I could call Giza would okay. Then let's meet at that place. Could a codon call Giza would okay. Then let's meet at that place. Could call Giza, which are okay. Then let's meet at that place. Could I could call Giza would okay. Then let's meet at that place. Could I could call Giza which are okay then let's meet at that place. Could I could call Giza, which are where shall we meet all these Armen Nika. Where shall we meet? All these are man Nika. I think exit two of myeongdong station will be good. I think exit for Gangnam station will be good. Carbon triple bad tool Kolkata. Okay, then let's meet at that place. Could I could call Giza would okay. Then let's meet at that place. Could I could call Giza, which are where shall we meet? All these harmonica. I think exit one of Hong, their station will be good. Enough bunch, we will guide tool. I think exit two of myeongdong station will be good tool gaga. Okay, then let's meet at that place. Could I could call Giza? Would 62. 11.4 Unit 11 Review Lesson: Yeah. 63. Final Farewell: Okay, So this is the end of the course, and I think I should first congratulate you on getting to the end of the course. It's obviously a lot of work to watch over eight hours of video content. And I hope that this course was designed in a way so that you're able to retain as much of what you have learned in the course. And I hope that you are able to put to use what you have learned in the course in your daily life or in your life at some point in the near future. Now, one thing that I sort of repeats here and there when I talk about the learning process is that it's very natural for, particularly when you don't use that language much. And I know that many of you are probably learning Korean in an environment where Korean isn't used on a daily basis. So if you're not using the language on a regular basis is quite easy to forget what you have learned. And that's a very natural parts of any language learning process. So one thing that I want to emphasize is that if you do forget what you have learned, which is again, very natural part of the language learning process. You can always come back and re-watch the lessons, or you can redo the speaking practices that speaking drills, or you can redo the review lessons, whatever that you wanna do. Even just sort of redoing it. Really learning what you've learned before should help you to recall what you have learned in the past because that knowledge is somewhere there, but just the fact that you're not using it on a regular basis means that you just sort of forget. But if you do retake the lessons or redo the speaking practices, speaking drills, or the review lessons. Again, it will really help to recall what you learned in the past very quickly, right? Finally, I'll try not to take up too much of your time. I just want to say, thank you for taking this course. And if you have taken my courses before, and I'll say a huge thank you for taking so many of my courses and trusting me to teach you chorion, which means a lot. And just one thing to add is that this is volume a of the Korean conversation for pre-intermediate level. And volume B, we're working on that, so it should be out quite soon. And depending on when you're watching it, it might be out already. So do check out that course as well. So finally, thank you again and I hope to see you soon again comes I'm in urban casualty care.