Lesson 1-5 [quick notes review]

It’s only Wednesday and this week is a bit of a drag….However, I have been studying. I finished lesson 1-5 of TTMIK and currently on lesson 6-10 review. [Yay me]. I’m trying to keep myself immersed around the language, but it’s becoming a bit hard due to the fact that my mood swings have been shifting a lot lately [I might start a different blog to chat about that….probably].

  • 존멋말 polite language 

  • 네 “yes” expresses agreement, can be used for more than just “yes”

  • 아니요 “no” expresses disagreement,denial

  •  안녕하세요 hello, how are you?, good evening, etc.

  • 안녕 well being, peace, health

  • 하세요 please do; you do, do you?

  • 감사합니다 thank you

  • 감사 appreciation, gratitude, thankfulness 

  • 합니다 I do, I am doing

  • 맞아요 that’s right

  • 안녕히계세요 goodbye “stay in peace”

    ~you’re leaving, the other person is staying

  • 안녕히가세요 goodbye “go in peace”

    ~you’re staying, the other person is leaving

    ~you’re both are leaving, no one is staying

  • 죄송합니다 I am sorry.; I apologize.

  • 죄송 apology, being sorry, feeling ashamed

    ~can’t be used to say “I’m sorry to hear that.”

    ~formal, polite, respectful

    ~can be used when passing through a crowd 

  • 저기요 excuse me

    ~used to get someone’s attention

  • 잠시만요/잠깐만요 just a second 

    ~can be used as “excuse me” when passing through a crowd

  • 이에요/예요 “to be” verb polite form [am/is/are]

    ~이에요 final consonant

    ~예요 vowel f[no final consonant]

 

 

Mmmmbwa!💋

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