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Korean TTMIK

Lesson 6

How about doing it again? 다시 하는 거 어때요?
How about asking other people? 다른 사람한테 물어보는 거 어때요?
You don’t like this? How about this one? 이거 싫어요? 이거(는) 어때요?
How about meeting and talking about it tomorrow? 내일 만나서 이야기하는 거 어때요?
How about doing it this way? 이렇게 하는 거 어때요?
This is one of the cafes that I visit most often. 여기가 제가 제일 자주 오는 카페 중(의) 하나예요.
He/she is one of my favorite singers. 제가 가장 좋아하는 가수들 중(의) 한 명이에요.
It’s one of the most popular movies in Korea. 한국에서 가장 인기 있는 영화 중(의) 하나예요.
One way or the other, you have to do it anyway, so (you’d better) try to have fun while doing it. 어차피 해야 되는 거니까, 재미있게 해요.
Even if I try ANYWAY, it’s not something that I can do. 어차피 제가 할 수 있는 일이 아니에요.
I’m not sure if this is the right place. 여기가 맞는지 잘 모르겠어요.
I’m not sure what this means. 이게 무슨 뜻인지 잘 모르겠어요.
While you are at the library (Since you are going to the library anyway), please return my book, too. 도서관에 가는 김에, 제 책도 반납해 주세요.
While you are outside, please do me a favor. 밖에 나간 김에 제 부탁 하나만 들어 주세요.
It looks like we are going to be late anyway. Shall we go next time? 우리 어차피 늦을 것 같은데, 다음에 갈까요?
I’m in the middle of working so I can’t take the call, so I’ll call you later. 일하는 중이어서 전화 못 받으니까 나중에 전화할게요.
This is one of the cafes that I visit most often. Do you want to go there together? 여기가 제가 제일 자주 가는 카페들 중 한 곳인데, 같이 가 볼래요?
You mean you are giving this to me? 그러니까 이거 저 준다고요?
I mean, I already finished it. 그러니까, 벌써 다 했다고요.
I mean, for this work, this person is the best 그러니까 제 말은, 이 일에는 이 사람이 최고라고요.
I mean, you are going there alone? 그러니까 혼자 간다는 말이에요?
I’m going to go to the department store to buy a present for my friend’s birthday and, at the same time, look at some clothes for myself. 친구 생일 선물도 살 겸, 제 옷도 볼 겸, 백화점에 갈 거예요.
I went to Namsan to take a walk and also to take some photos. 산책도 할 겸, 사진도 찍을 겸, 남산에 갔어요
Freedom doesn’t mean doing whatever (you want to do) in any way you like. 자유라는 것은 (자유란), 아무거나 마음대로 하는 것이 아니에요.
A true friend is a friend who helps (you) when things are difficult. 진정한 친구란, 어려울 때 도와 주는 친구예요.
I met Hyojin earlier. But she said something strange. 아까 효진 씨 만났거든요. 그런데 이상한 말을 했어요.
I can’t tell you yet. (Because) it’s a secret 아직 말할 수 없어요. 비밀이거든요.
My cellphone has disappeared. 제 핸드폰이 없어졌어요.
It was here earlier but it disappeared. 아까 여기 있었는데 없어졌어요.
I might go to Hongdae, so I could do some shopping as well as meet a friend while I’m here. 쇼핑도 할 겸, 친구도 만날 겸, 홍대에 갈 수도 있어요.
So I mean, who did you say you were going to go with? 그러니까, 누구하고 같이 갈 거라고요?
I want to make this cake in a pretty shape, but I can’t make it pretty. 케익을 예쁘게 만들고 싶은데, 예쁘게 안 만들어져요.
I DID meet a friend yesterday, but we parted soon. 어제 친구를 만나기는 했는데, 금방 헤어졌어요.
I DID manage to get there on time, but I couldn’t prepare. 시간 맞춰서 도착하기는 했는데, 준비를 못 했어요.
I DID read it, but I don’t understand it. 읽기는 읽었는데 이해가 안 돼요.
It IS good, but it’s too expensive. 좋기는 좋은데, 너무 비싸요.
It IS delicious, but it’s a bit salty. 맛있기는 맛있는데, 좀 짜요.
This is difficult for a child to use. 이건 어린이가 사용하기(에) 어려워요.
I didn’t know it would be here. 이게 여기 있을 줄 몰랐어요.
What did you think I would say? 제가 뭐라고 말할 줄 알았어요?
It depends on when you go there. 언제 가는지에 따라 달라요.
It depends on whom you talk to. 누구한테 이야기하는지에 따라서 달라요.
Sometimes, he is kind, but other times, he is very unkind. 그 사람은 어떨 때는 친절한데, 어떨 때는 정말 불친절해요.
Sometimes I feel like quitting my job, but other times, I like working. 어떨 때는 일을 그만두고 싶은데, 어떨 때는 일 하는 게 좋아요.
Sometimes, working out is fun, but other times, there are also times when I don’t feel like doing exercise. 어떨 때는 운동하는 게 재미있는데, 어떨 때는 운동하고 싶지 않을 때도 있어요.
I thought it wouldn’t be so difficult, but it was more difficult than I had thought. 별로 안 어려울 줄 알았는데 생각보다 어려웠어요.
I DO know him, but I don’t really meet him often. 그 사람 알기는 아는데, 자주 안 만나는 편이에요.
My name is difficult to pronounce, so it’s easy to forget. 제 이름은 발음하기가 어려워서, 잊어버리기 쉬워요.
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