Learn Korean Listening and Speaking Exercise

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The sentences below are also found in the lesson, Sentence Order.


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안녕하세요 여러분
= Hello everyone

저는 루크에요
= I'm Luke

저는 루크입니다
= I'm Luke

저는 학생이에요
= I am a student (polite spoken Korean)

전 학생이에요 (저는 → 전)

나는 학생이야 = I am a student (informal spoken Korean)
난 학생이야 (나는 → 난)


Note: The sentences below are all in polite spoken Korean

리사는 선생님이에요 = Lisa is a teacher

앤드류는 의사에요 = Andrew is a doctor

민규는 중학생이에요 = Min-gyu is a middle school student

앤은 예뻐요 = Anne is pretty
앤은 정말 예뻐요 =  Anne is really pretty
산이 아름다워요 = The mountain is beautiful
날씨가 정말 좋아요 = The weather is good

사과를 먹었어요 = I ate an apple.
지성이는 물을 마셔요 = Ji-sung drinks water.
새들이 노래를 불러요 = The birds are singing songs.
안나는 대학을 다녀요 = Anna attends college (university)
영희는 어제 정원에 꽃을 심었어요
= Young-hee planted a flower in the garden yesterday.


By pausing the audio recording, and reading out the sentence yourself, you could practice speaking Korean as well.

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15 comments:

  1. Hi Luke, I tried to download and listen to this listening exercise, however, the source file can't be found, please check so that I can learn this lesson, thanks!

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    1. Hi,

      I just tried downloading it, and it worked.
      Please try it again!

      Cheers

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  2. Good Morning 박선생님 ,
    I have a request if you can explain in detail the ending particle
    "~들" i really don't get it no matter i try to understand how and when we use it ,

    Thanks in advance ,

    One of your student ^^

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    1. Hi 태디미,

      들 is used for plural nouns.

      Example, 사람 = person, 사람들 = people

      집 = house, 집들 = houses.

      However, 들 can also be used when you're talking to people (rather than one person)

      For example,
      안녕하세요 = hello (polite, to one person or people)
      안녕들하세요 = hello (polite, to people(more than one person))

      However, 들 is not used that often because it can sound quite blunt and it doesn't sound quite polite.

      You may hear it in dramas where labour workers are about to have a lunch break, and one person may shout to other people, "점심들 먹고 하죠. = Let's have lunch and then do (the rest of the work), shall we?"

      But again, you may hear it in dramas but I wonder whether it's used that often in real life. But it'd be good to know, anyway, :)

      Hope this helps!

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    2. I meant "들 is not used that often when used in the above sense"

      들 is used frequently when it's just used to make a noun plural.

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    3. Yes really helpful ,
      고마워요 샘 ^•^

      **태디미**

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    4. 오, 정말 고마워요 빅루크 샘 ^^

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  3. Hi Luke,
    I also tried to download this listening exercise many times but the the source file can't still be found.. Be please help me! :(( I'm really want to learn this..
    -Neo

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    1. Hi Neo,

      I've repaired the link, please try it again.

      Cheers,

      Luke

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  4. Hi Luke,

    Thanks for this guidebook!

    rowell

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  5. Annyeong haseyo... I'm just a newbie her...I learned a lot:] The guidebook is so good:] God bless to the author :] gomawoyo! :]

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  6. Hello Luke,

    Thank you very much for your work. Are you still maintaining this site?

    God bless you greatly.

    In Christ

    Johnny

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  7. Hi Luke,
    I just found your website and think it is an excellent website. Thank you so much for all this information and your hard work. I really appreciate all your hard work!

    April

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