Day 1: Basic Greetings and Essentials
🏆 What You’ll Learn
Learn 5 new words, sentences, how to pronounce and when to use them.
Try Reading These 5 Words.
Listen to The Audio and Try to Pronounce These 5 Words.
Listen to This Short Story
Try Reading This Short Story
한국에 처음으로 온 톰은 많이 긴장했습니다.
그는 비행기에서 내리자마자 사람들에게 “안녕하세요”라고 인사했습니다.
그가 잘못해서 사람에게 부딪혔을 때, “미안합니다”라고 말했습니다.
그는 공항 직원에게 감사의 뜻을 전하며 “감사합니다”라고 말했습니다.
그에게 질문이 있을 때, 그는 “네” 또는 “아니요”로 답했습니다.
Read the English Translation
Tom, who came to Korea for the first time, was very nervous.
As soon as he got off the plane, he greeted people by saying “Annyeonghaseyo”.
When he made a mistake and bumped into someone, he said “Mianhamnida”.
He thanked the airport staff by saying “Gamsahamnida”.
When he was asked a question, he answered with “Ne” or “Aniyo”.
|처음 만난 사람에게 “안녕하세요”라고 인사하세요.||(Greet a person you meet for the first time by saying “Annyeonghaseyo”.)|
|도움을 받으면 “감사합니다”라고 말하세요.||(Say “Gamsahamnida” when you receive help.)|
|동의할 때는 “네”라고 대답하세요. ||(Answer “Ne” when you agree.)|
|동의하지 않을 때는 “아니요”라고 대답하세요. ||(Answer “Aniyo” when you disagree.)|
|실수를 했을 때는 “미안합니다”라고 말하세요. ||(Say “Mianhamnida” when you make a mistake.)|
Today, you’ve learned five essential Korean phrases:
- “Annyeonghaseyo” (Hello)
- “Gamsahamnida” (Thank you)
- “Ne” (Yes)
- “Aniyo” (No)
- “Mianhamnida” (I’m sorry)
Quiz: Match the Words and Phrases
Congratulations! You’ve finished Day 1!