Korean Lesson 105, (한국말 (hangook mal) 수업 (soo-eob) 105), Things in the House (집에 것) (jeeb eh g-eot), Part 1

There is actually a lot in the house, but we live in our house and talk about these things every day, so it is important to know what they are. I will divide this up into sections. Today, I will only talk about the living room, dinning room, and kitchen.

Vocabulary and Grammar: (단어 와 문법): 집 (jeeb) = house, home/// 들어가다 (duleogah-dah) = enter, enters (verb, form used on the page or in the dictionaries)/// 들어가요 (duleogah-yo) = enter, enters (verb, form used in every day polite speech that you can use with most people)// 들어갈때 (duleogahlddeh) = when (you) enter/// 거실 (geosheel) = living room// 보통 (boh-tong) = usually/// 문 (moon) = door// 장문 (jangmoon) = window// 과 (kwa) = and (used only after something ending in a consonant and only between two nouns)/// 있어요 (eesseoyo) = there is, there are, has, have/// 소파 (soh-pah) = sofa or couch/// 의자 (weejah) = chair///작은 (jakun) = small, little// 탁자 (tahkjah) = table//그리고 (kureegoh) = and, used only at the beginning of a sentence/// 테레비전 (terebeejeon) = television///전등 (jeongdong) = lamp///

근처 (guncheo) = near/// 부엌 (booeok) = kitchen// 식당 (sheekdang) = dinning room// 찾아내다 (chatahnehdah) = find (verb form used in the dictionary and on the page at the end of a sentence) /// 찾아내요 (chatahneyo) = find, finds, (polite form for everyday speech with most people) /// 찾다 (chatdha) = search, look for, find (form used in the dictionary and on the page) /// 찾아요 (chatahyo) = search, searches, look for, looks for, find, finds// 찾을 수 있어요 (chatul soo eesseoyo) = can search, can look for, can find// 찾아낼 수 있어요 (chatahlnel soo eesseoyo) = can find/// 큰 (kun) = big (adjective)// 와 (wah) = and (form used only after a vowel and only between two nouns)// 함께 (hahm-gheh) = together// 사람들 (sahrahmdul) = people// 먹어요 (meog-eoyo) = eat, eats//

음식물 (umsheekmool) = food (noun)// 스토브 (sutoh-bu) = stove// 요리 해요 (yoh-ree-heyo) = cook. cooks// 모든 (moh-dun) = all/// 오븐 (oh-bun) = oven// 한국인 (hangook een) = Korean person// 미국인 (meegook een)///냉장고 (neng-jahng-goh) = refridgerator/// 많은 (manun) = many// 김치 (gheemchee) = kimchee, fermented cabbage, cumbers, or pears with chili spice and garlic all through it that the Koreans eat at every meal///미국 (meegook) = America// 없어요 (eobseoyo) = there aren’t. there isn’t. doesn’t exist. doesn’t have/// 하지만 (hahjeeman) = however or but at the beginning of a sentence///

집을 들어갈때 보통 걸시에 들어가요. (jeeb ul duleogalddeh boh-tong geosheel ep duleogah-yo)

거실에 문과 장문 있어요. (geosheel eh moon kwa jangmoon eesseoyo)

거실에 보통 소파 있어요. (geosheel eh boh-tong soh-pah eesseoyo)

거실에 보통 의자 있어요 (geosheel eh boh-tong weejah eesseoyo)

거실에 보통 작은 탁자 있어요 (geosheel eh boh-tong jakun takjah eesseoyo)

그리고 많은 거실은 테레비전 있어요 (kureegoh manun geosheel un terebeejeon eesseoyo)

많은 거실에 전등 있어요. (manun gheosheel eh jeondong eesseoyo)

거실 근처 보통 부엌 과 식당을 찾을 수 있어요. (geosheel guncheo boh-tong boo-eok kwa sheek-dang chatul soo eesseoyo)

식당에 킅 탁자 와 의자 있어요. (sheekdang eh kun takjah wah weejah eesseoyo)

식당에 사람들이 함께 먹어요. (sheekdang eh sahrahmdul ee hahm-ggheh meog-eoyo)

부엌에 음식물을 찾을 수 있어요. (boo-eok eh umsheekmool ul chat ul soo eesseoyo)

부엌에 스토브에 요리 해요. (boo-eok eh sutoh-bu eh yohree-heyo)

보통 한국인은 오븐 없어요. (botong hangookeen un oh-bun eobseoyo)

하지만 미국인 모든 오븐 있어요. (hahjeeman moogookeen mohdun oh-bun eesseoyo)

부엌에 냉장고 있어요. (boo-eok eh neng-jahng-goh eesseoyo)

많은 한국인 이 김치의 냉장고 있어요. (manun hangook een ee gheemchee oo-ee neng-jahng goh eesseoyo)

미국에서 김치의 냉장고 은 없어요 (moogook ehseo gheemchee oo-ee neng-jahng-goh un eobseoyo)

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