Chapter 2

Chapter 2 - Simple sentences

Both English and Korean sentences are spoken once for respectful way to say and casual way to say.

 

안녕하세요. ® hello

안녕. © hello

 

 

네. =  예. ® yes

응. = 어. © yes

 

 

아니요. ® no

아니. © no

 

 

반가워요. ® Nice to meet you

반가워. © Nice to meet you

 

 

안녕히 가세요. ® Good bye (your interlocutor is leaving)

(안녕히 peacefully, 가세요 please go)

 

 

잘 가요. ® Good bye (your interlocutor is leaving) (잘 well, 가요 go)

잘 가. © Good bye (your interlocutor is leaving)

 

 

안녕히 계세요. ® Good bye (your interlocutor is staying and you are leaving) (안녕히 peacefully, 계세요 stay)

잘 있어요. ® Good bye (your interlocutor is staying and you are leaving) (잘 well, 있어요 stay)

잘 있어. © Good bye (your interlocutor is staying and you are leaving)

 

 

안녕히 주무세요. ® Good night (안녕히 peacefully, 주무세요 sleep)

잘 자요. ® Good night (잘 well, 자요 sleep)

잘 자. © Good night

 

 

또 봐요. ® See you again (또 again, 봐요 see you)

또 봐. © See you again

 

 

사랑해요. ® I love you. I love it.

사랑해. © I love you. I love it.

 

 

좋아해요. ® I like you. I like it.

좋아해. © I like you. I like it.

 

 

감사합니다 = 고마워요. = 고맙습니다. ® thank you

고마워. © thank you

 

 

천만에요. = 아니에요. ® You’re welcome (아니에요don’t mention it)

천만에. = 아니야. © You’re welcome

 

 

피곤해요. ® I am tired

피곤해. © I am tired

 

 

바빠요. ® I am busy

바빠. © I am busy

 

 

알았어요. = 알겠어요. ® OK, I got it, I understand. (responsive comment to the interlocutor’s statement)

알았어. = 알겠어. © OK, I got it, I understand.  (responsive comment to the interlocutor’s statement)

 

 

알아요. ® I know. (someone / something)

알아. © I know. (someone / something)

 

 

모르겠어요. ® I have no idea, I don’t understand

모르겠어. © I have no idea, I don’t understand,

 

 

몰라요. ® I don’t know. (someone / something)

몰라. © I don’t know. (someone / something)

 

 

저기요. = 실례합니다.  ® Excuse me there. (literally means “there”)

저기. © excuse me there.

 

 

여기요. ® excuse me here. (literally means “here”)

여기. © excuse me here.

 

 

어디예요? ®  Where are you? (어디 where, 예요 is it?)

어디야? © Where are you?

 

 

누구예요? ® Who is it? (누구 who, 예요is it?)

누구야? © Who is it?

 

 

뭐예요? ® What is it? (what, 예요 is it?)

뭐야? © What is it?

 

 

몇 시예요? ® What time is it? (몇 시 what time, 예요 is it?)

몇 시야? © What time is it?

 

 

진짜요? = 정말요? ® Really?

진짜? = 정말? © Really?

 

 

귀여워요. ® cute

귀여워. © cute

 

 

예뻐요. ® pretty.

예뻐. © pretty.

 

 

잘생겼어요. ® handsome. (well, 생겼어요 formed)

잘생겼어. © handsome.

 

 

목 말라요. ® I am thirsty (목 neck, 말라요 dry)

목 말라. © I am thirsty

 

 

물 주세요. ® Please give me water. (water, 주세요 please)

물 줘. © Give me water

 

 

얼마예요? ® How much is it? (얼마 how much, 예요 is it?)

얼마야? © How much is it?

 

 

어서 오세요. ® Welcome (어서 hurry, 오세요 come please)

어서 와. © Welcome

 

 

도와 주세요 ® Help me, please (도와 help, 주세요 please)

도와 줘 © Help me

 

 

무슨 일이에요? ® What’s happening? (무슨 일 what event/work, 이에요 is it?)

무슨 일이야? © What’s happening?

 

 

추워요 ® It’s cold.

추워 © It’s cold.

 

 

더워요 ® It’s hot.

더워 © It’s hot

 

 

아파요 ® I am sick

아파 © I am sick

 

 

Q 잘 지내요? ® How are you? (Literally it means, “Your life itself passes well?”)

A 네, 잘 지내요 ® Yes, I am fine. (잘 well, 지내요 pass, Literally it means, “Yes, my life itself passes well.”)

 

 

Q 잘 지내? How are you? © How are you?

A 응, 잘 지내 © Yes, I am fine.

 

 

Q 잘 지내요? ® How are you? (Literally it means, “Your life itself passes well?”)

A 아니요, 잘 못 지내요 ® No, I am not doing well. (못 can’t, 지내요 pass, Literally it means, “No, my life itself is not passing well.)

 

 

Q 잘 지내? How are you? © How are you?

A 아니, 잘 못 지내 © No, I am not doing well.

 

 

축하합니다 = 축하해요 ® Congratulations!

축하해 © Congratulations!

 

 

생일 축하합니다 = 생일 축하해요 ® Happy birthday! (생일 birthday, 축하합니다 congratulations)

생일 축하해 © Happy birthday!

 

 

화이팅 ® © Cheer up (this is the expression used to cheer somebody up)

 

 

여보세요 ® © Hello (on the phone)

 

 

잠깐만요® Just  a minute. (잠깐 a minute, 만 just)

잠깐만 © Just a minute.

 

 

배고파요 ® I am hungry (배 stomach, 고파요 not enough)

배고파 © I am hungry

 

 

배불러요 ® I am full (배 stomach, 불러요 full)

배불러 © I am full

 

 

죄송합니다 = 죄송해요 ® I am sorry

미안합니다 = 미안해요 ® I am sorry

미안해 © I am sorry

 

 

Q 괜찮아요? ® Are you OK?

A 네, 괜찮아요 Yes, I am OK.

A 아니요, 안 괜찮아요 No, I am not OK. (안 negation = don’t)

 

 

Q 괜찮아? © Are you OK?

A 응, 괜찮아 Yes, I am OK.

A 아니, 안 괜찮아 No, I am not OK.

 

 

맛있어요 ® Delicious

맛있어 © Delicious

 

 

착해요 ® Kind/ nice

착해 © Kind/ nice

 

 

재미있어요 ® Interesting/ funny

재미있어© Interesting/ funny

 

 

 

 

 

Comments

subidentity9's picture

I find the listening files to be the most helpful. The speaker has a mesmerizing voice - although I'm sure she does not intend to hypnotize her students. She just can't help it.