December 16, 2019•663 words
This is overdue because there was some resistance on my part to list out everything. Here's some vocabulary from the first 10 lessons.
There's more, but I doubt there is point documenting them here, since I already have them as cards in Anki. The only point for documenting is to see the weekly progress, and this is a dump of 10 lessons' worth.
Countries, Languages, Nationalities
|한국 사람||Korean (person)|
|~사람||Person from ~ (country)|
|말레이어||Malay (language; Bahasa Melayu)|
|안녕히 가세요.||Bye. (to the person who is leaving)|
|안녕히 계세요.||Bye. (to the person who is staying)|
|만나서 반가워요.||Nice to meet you. (casual)|
|만나서 반갑습니다.||Nice to meet you. (formal)|
|이름이 뭐예요?||What is your name?|
|직업이 뭐예요?||What is your job?|
|어느 나라 사람이에요?||Which country are you from?|
|"X"은/는 한국어로 뭐예요?||What is X in Korean?|
From the grammar summary in the previous post and the vocabulary list above:
How do you say:
- I am a singer.
- I am American.
- I am a company employee. (formal)
- I am not a singer. (formal)
- I am not English. (formal)
- Steven, are you Australian? (formal)
- This is a ruler.
- That is mobile phone.
- That (over there) is a laptop.
- How do you say "hello" in Korean?
- Give me a coffee. Here you go.
- Please give me some water. (gentle)
- I have a map and a hat.
- I have a watch, a ballpoint pen, and a pencil. (formal 'and')
- Kelly does not have a cup, tissue paper, and an umbrella. (formal 'and')
- I am X and I am Y.