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Korean Lesson 103 (한국말의 수업 103), Daily Schedule, Getting Up (매일 시간표, 일어난 것)

Let’s just keep making progress. (계속 발전 하자) (gyesok balcheon hajah). I hope you are beginning to speak Korean. (내 소망이 모든은 한국말의 말하는 것을 시작 하고 있어요.) One of the things I have always done is write a diary to study a foreign language. (내가 항상 해왔 돈 것 은 하나는 외국으로 일기를 써요.) (neh gah hangsang heh-watt don geot un hana nun wegook uroh eel ul seoyo.) It teaches you the words you need to talk about your day which is most of conversation. (대 부분의 대화인 하루에 대해 이야기 할때 필요한 단어를 알려듭니다.) (de booboon oo-ee dewha-een haroo eh deheh eeyahghee halddeh peelyohan daneo lul alryeodubneedah) I will give you some of those words you need to do it now. (지금은 그 필요한 단어 중 일부를 줄거예요.) (jeegum un ku peelyohan daneo joong eelboo lul jolkeoyeyo.)

Vocabulary and Grammar: (단어 돠 문법): 밤 (bahm) = night// 어드워요 (eoduwoyo) = is, am, are dark/// 잠 (jahm) = sleep (noun)// 자요 (jah-yo) = sleep, sleeps (simple present tense verb in the “yo” form, the polite form you can use with most people)// 자고 있어요 (jahgoh eesseoyo) = is, am, are sleeping (present tense continuous verb)//잠을 잤어요 (jahm ul jahsseoyo) = slept (simple past tense of the verb)/// 아침 (ahcheem) = morning// 밝아요 (balkahyo) = is, am, are bright//잠 에서 깨요 (jahm ehseo ggheyo) = wake or wakes up from sleep (simple present tense form of the verb)// 잠 에서 깼어요(jahm ehseo ghesseoyo) = woke up from sleep (simple past tense of the verb)// 칩대 (cheemday) = bed (noun)// 일어나요 (eeleonahyo) = get up, gets up (simple present tense verb)/// 일어났어요 (eeleonasseoyo) = got up (simple past tense of the verb)///목욕실 (mokyeoksheel) = bathroom (noun, usually used for the bathrooms at home)// 화정실 (whajeongsheel) = bathroom (noun, usually used for public bathrooms)/// 갔어요 (kahsseoyo) = went (simple past tense of the verb)// 얼굴 (eolkool) = face (noun, when I teach people this, I make a joke saying “your face is “all cool,” and they remember)///씻어요 (ssheeseoyo) = wash, washes (simple present tense of the verb)///씻었어요 (ssheeseosseoyo) = washed (simple past tense of the verb)/// 이 (ee) = tooth, teeth (noun)// 닦아요 (dahkkah-yo) = brush, brushes (simple present tense verb)// 닦았어요 (dahkkahsseoyo) = brushed (simple past tense of the verb)// 목욕을 해요 (mokyok ul heyo) = take, takes a bath (simple present tense verb)// 목욕을 했어요 (mokyokul hesseoyo) = took a bath (simple past tense verb)// 옷 (ohs) = clothes// 옷을 입어요 (ohs ul eebeoyo) = get, gets dressed (simple present tense verb) /// 옷을 입었어요 (ohs ul eebeosseoyo) = got dressed (simple past tense verb)//

밤에 어드워요. (bahm eh eoduwoyo)

밤에 잠을 자요. (bahm eh jahm ul jah-yo)

이 여자는 자고 있어요. (ee yeojah nun jahgoh eesseoyo)

나는 밤에 잠을 잤어요. (nah nun bahm eh jahm ul jahsseoyo)

아침에 밝아요 (ahcheem eh balkahyo)

아침에 잠에서 깨요. (ahcheem ehseo jahm ehseo gheeyo)

내가 잠에서 깼어요 (neh gah jahm ehseo gheesseoyo)

침대 에서 일어나요 (cheemdeh ehseo eeleonayo)

침대 에서 일어났어요 (cheemdeh ehseo eeleonasseoyo)

목욕실에 갔어요 (mokyoksheel kasseoyo)

얼굴을 씻어요. (eolgoolul ssheeseoyo)

얼굴을 씰었어요 (eolgoolul sheeseosseoyo)

이를 닦아요 (ee lul dahkkah-yo)

이를 닦았어요 (ee lul dahkkahsseoyo)

목욕을 해요 (mokyokul heyo)

목욕을 했어요 (mokyokul hesseoyo)

옷을 입어요 (ohsul eebeoyo)

옷을 입었어요 (ohsul eebeosseoyo)

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