9/28/2019


[1st-2nd period]

  • Changing statements into commands:
    • 해요 [hae-yo] do —> 하세요 [ha-se-yo] 
    • 걸어가요 [geol-eo-ga-yo] walk to —> 걸어가세요 [geol-eo-ga-se-yo]
    • 흔들어요 [heun-deul-eo-yo] wave/shake —> 흔드세요 [heun-deu-se-yo]     
    • 일어나요 [il-eo-na-yo] stand up —> 일어나세요 [il-eo-na-se-yo]
  • Variations of who:     
    • 누가 [noo-ga] = who?     
    • 누구에게 [noo-goo-eh-geh] = to whom?     
    • 누구랑 [noo-goo-lang] = with whom?
  • Vocabulary from “A Story of a Man and Woman”:
    • 도 [doh] = also
      Ex) 남자 여자에게 뛰어가요. (A man also runs to a woman.)
    • 의 [ui] = ‘s (possessive)
      Ex) 남자의 강아지예요. (It’s a man’s puppy.)     
    • 주인 [joo-in] = owner     
    • 친구 [chin-goo] = friend     
    • 얘기 [yae-gi] = talk, conversation
    • 나눠요 [na-nwo-yo] = share     
    • 여행 [yeo-haeng] = travel     
    • 가고 싶어요 [ga-go shi-peo-yo] = want to go
    • 잡아요 [jab-ah-yo] = grab, catch     
    • 두 사람 [doo sa-ram] = two people

[3rd period]

  • Consonant and vowel combining activities

[Homework]

  • 1) Finish unpacking “A Story of a Man and Woman.” Read it out loud if you can!
  • 2) Watch 0:44 ~ 1:10 of the following video clip: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tOKxqg2Jbno      
    • Watch the first time through without subtitles. Listen to what the actors say and guess the meaning from their actions.
    • Maybe watch it a second time without subtitles?
    • Watch it a third and final time with subtitles!
    • Compare your guesses and the correct answers. Bring your comparisons with you to class!