Dialogue 1

Hello everyone! How's your weekend going? I had an awesome night at a club with my favourite DJ's performance yesterday. Check out Coxy DJ at http://coxydj.podOmatic.com/

Back to the serious business of learning Korean! Sunday posting will be a short dialogue made up of the sentences from the previous week. Eventually, I would like to record it on the video and put it on here. Let's see how it goes.

So here it is.

English version.

A: Hello. Are you Korean?
B: Yes, I am Korean.
A: My name is Chris.
A: My name is Jinsu. Nice to meet you.

Korean version.

A: 안녕하세요. 한국 사람 입니까?
an-yong-ha-se-yo. han-guk sa-ram im-ni-ka?
B: 예. 나는 한국 사람 입니다.
Yae. na-nun han-guk sa-ram im-ni-da.
A: 제 이름은 크리스입니다.
Je i-rum-en Chris im-ni-da.
A: 제 이름은 진수입니다. 만나서 반갑습니다.
Je i-rum-en Jinsu im-ni-da. man-na-seo ban-gab-sum-ni-da.


Enjoy the rest of your weekend! Bye! :D

Comments

  1. 안녕하세요, I have a question, Can you say ㅈㅓ는 instead of 나는??? and what is the diference, in which cases you use ㅈㅓ는 or 나는,are no diferences? thanks a lot!

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    1. you can say either or! ㅈㅓ는 is more formal use this around people older than you. than 나는 is for your age or younger:)

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  2. Hi Dark Dante,

    So sorry for the late response. I have practically abandoned this blog for almost a year! I feel so guilty. I will try to get back to it and do regular updates.

    Back to your question, 저는 is used to lower yourself when you speak with older persons, authorities and so on. So, it is always safer to use 저는 than 나는 when you think your status is lower than the other person.

    Hope this helps!

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