After a few posts focused on foreign language tips, we’re going to jump right back into useful words and phrases that you can start using today! I hope all the posts I’ve been making for the last few weeks have been helpful for you so far I your conversations.
Let’s get started!
Quick note: my apologies if this post looks a bit different. I’m posting this from my phone and I won’t be able to fix it until tomorrow but I really wanted to make a post tonight.
어디 사세요? (Eodi saseyo?) | “where do you live?”
When would this be useful? Sometimes when we’re talking to someone about how far we’ve traveled or where we’re from, we tend to go into a bit of detail. I know I do this often. And so, this question could come up. Or, if you’re planning on giving someone a ride home.
How can you respond if asked this question and you want to tell someone where you live?
- 나는 서울에 살아요. (Naneun seoul-e sal-a-yo.)| “I live in Seoul.”
- 그 아파트에 살아요. (Geu apateue sal-a-yo.)| “I live in that apartment.”
- 저기 집에 살아요. (Jeogi jib-e sal-a-yo.)| “I live in the house over there.”
Or, you could always say.
- 말하고 싶지 않아요. (Malhago sipji anhayo.)| “I don’t want to say.”
Alright that’s it for today!