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가격 (gagyeog) | [Word of the Day]

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Word:

  • 가격 (gagyeog) | price; cost

Not to be mistaken with 얼마 (eolma) meaning “how much?” or “how many?”

i.e.,

  • 빵 가격 (ppang gagyeog) | cost of bread
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경찰서 (gyeongchalseo) | [Word of the Day]

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Word:

  • 경찰서 (gyeongchalseo) | police station

i.e.,

  • 경찰관은 경찰서에서 일합니다. (gyeongchalgwan-eun gyeongchalseoeseo ilhabnida.) | “Police officers works at the police station”
  • 경찰서 어디에 있습니까? (gyeongchalseo eodie issseubnikka?) | “Where is the police station?”

Weekly Lesson #59 |언제 만났어요? (When did we meet?)

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This is kinda like a continuation from last week except we’re talking about actually meeting people today and how to put that into everyday use. I won’t spend a lot of time on the intro so…

Let’s get started!

This lesson is called 언제 만났어요? (When did we meet?) because again we’re talking in the past tense. The only difference this time is that we will also be focusing on times that we met, like “yesterday” or “last week” including places.

Vocabulary:

  • 학교 | school
  • 가게 | store
  • 공원 | park
  • 동물원 | zoo
  • 지난달 | last month
  • 지난 주 | last week

Quick Grammar Point:

  • The sentence structure is still the same as we’ve discussed “S(ubject)-O(bject)-V(erb)” or “S(ubject)-A(djective)”

i.e.,

  • 어제 점심 먹으러 만났어. (eoje jeomsim meog-euleo mannass-eo.) | “We met yesterday for lunch.”
  • 지난 주 학교에서 만났어요. (지난 주 학교에서 만났어요.) | “We met last week at school.”
    • 지난 주 | last week
  • 그는 2주 전에 그녀를 만났어요. (geuneun 2ju jeon-e geunyeoleul mannass-eoyo.) | “He met her two weeks ago.”
    • 주 | weeks + 2 so it means 2 weeks
    • 전+에 | ago or in the past
      • 에 location particle specifying a time or place