11/2 = 11월 2일
– 오늘 [o-neul] Today
– 내일 [nae-il] Tomorrow
– 토요일 [to-yo-il] Saturday
– 생일 [saeng-il] Birthday
– 행사 [haeng-sa] Event
– 기념일 [gi-nyeo-mil] Anniversary
– 추수감사절 [choo-soo-gam-sa-jeol] Thanksgiving day
– 블랙 프라이데이 Black Friday
*Commands & Responses
줘요 —–> 주세요 =====> buyer: “이거 공짜예요?” Is it free?
사요 —–> 사세요 =====> buyer: “이거 얼마예요?” How much is it?
팔아요 —–> 파세요 =====> seller: “돈 주세요” Give me money
*Buying and Selling Activity (A: Seller, B: Buyer)
– 에게 [eh-geh] To
– 에게서 [eh-geh-seo] From
1) A 이/가 B에게 ______ 을/를 주세요.
= A, give _______ to B
2) B 이/가 A에게서 ______ 을/를 사세요.
= B, buy _______ from A
3) A 이/가 B에게 ______ 을/를 파세요.
= A, sell _______ to B
* “안아줘요 [an-a-jwo-yo] Hug me” by 10 cm
*Catching Mouse Game
– 잡았다 [jab-ah-dda] Caught
– 놓쳤다 [nod-chyeo-dda] Missed
– 만세 [man-se] Hooray
“쥐를 잡자. 쥐를 잡자. 찍찍찍 X2
몇 마리? [myeod ma-li] how many mouse?”
-Here is a link to a demo video and this tv shows originally started this game many years ago.
1) play the catching mouse game with your family or friends (you could change those terms to English instead of Korean like ‘caught’, ‘missed’, ‘hooray’ if needed) and take a video and send it to me (only if you could and feel comfortable with)
2) “Speaking Bubbles” worksheet= fill in the bubbles
= there are no translations on those answers, so you need to look them up if you don’t know the meaning of them,