Our 4th meeting took place in the main campus at Tamk. It was such a cold and rainy day that we decided to stay inside.
Sooo, today we came along with more practical things. About Korean, we took a look again on the alphabet ( just to be sure we remember it) and then we learned some small phrases, greetings and some common dialogues. Everything was for the informal way of speaking cause if you want to talk to older people you should always talk in a formal way.
- Hi – 안녕
- Bye – 안녕
- How are you? – 어떻게 지내?
- What is your name? – 당신의 이름은 무엇입니까?
- How old are you? – 당신은 몇 살입니까?
- Yes – 예
- No – 아니
- Good – 좋은
- I don’t know – 나도 몰라
- Me too – 나도
They don’t really use articles such as the, a, an and they don’t have masculin, feminine.
Then we continued with German and some basic things.
- Hi – Guten Tag/ Morgen
- Goodbye – Tschuss/ Auf wiedersehen
- Thank you – Danke/ Dankeschon
- Please – Bitte/ Bitteschon
- Sorry – Entshuldigung
- How are you? – Wie geht’s (dir)?
- All good – Alles klar
- Good and you? – Gut, und dir?
- What’s your name? – Wie heist tu?
- My name is Egi – Ich bie Egi/ Mein name ist Egi
- How old are you? – Wie alt bist du?
- How much..? – Wie viel..?
- Where is..? – Wo ist..?
- Left / Right / Straight – Links/ Rechts/ Geradeaus