I should congratulate you since you made it to our 10th lesson about determiners, articles, and quantifiers in Korean. I hope you have already learned a lot so far. I will also provide in this page a vocabulary list about people, and finally some common phrases. I will try to give examples using both vocabulary and grammar. That way it will be easy for you to see the words when they are separate and when they are in a sentence. Going through the whole page should take about 30 min. Make sure to read the pronunciation and hear the audio as well. If you have any question about this course, please email me directly at Korean Classes.
Determiners include definite and indefinite articles (like the, a or an), demonstratives (this and that), quantifiers (many, some etc.
The following are several sentences which include the determiners mentioned above. That way you will be able to see how the determiner is used in a full sentence. The table contains 3 columns (English, Korean, and Audio). Make sure you repeat each word after hearing it by either clicking on the audio button or by reading the pronunciation. That should help with memorization as well as improving your pronunciation.
|The yellow pen is easy to find||그 노란 펜은 찾기 쉬워요|
geu nolan pen-eun chajgi swiwoyo
|A yellow pen is easy to find||노란 펜 하나는 찾기 쉬워요|
nolan pen hananeun chajgi swiwoyo
|A French teacher is here||한 프랑스 선생님이 여기 있어요|
han peulangseu seonsaengnim-i yeogi iss-eoyo
|The French teacher is here||그 프랑스 선생님이 여기 있어요|
geu peulangseu seonsaengnim-i yeogi iss-eoyo
|Some languages are hard||몇몇 언어들은 어려워요|
myeochmyeoch eon-eodeul-eun eolyeowoyo
|Many languages are easy||많은 언어들은 쉬워요|
manh-eun eon-eodeul-eun swiwoyo
|The student speaks Korean||그 학생은 한국어를 해요|
geu hagsaeng-eun hangug-eoleul haeyo
|A student speaks Korean||한 학생이 한국어를 해요|
han hagsaeng-i hangug-eoleul haeyo
|Some students speak Korean||몇몇 학생들은 한국어를 해요|
myeochmyeoch hagsaengdeul-eun hangug-eoleul haeyo
|Many students speak Korean||많은 학생들이 한국어를 해요|
manh-eun hagsaengdeul-i hangug-eoleul haeyo
|This student speaks Korean||이 학생은 한국어를 해요|
i hagsaeng-eun hangug-eoleul haeyo
|That student speaks Korean||그 학생은 한국어를 해요|
geu hagsaeng-eun hangug-eoleul haeyo
|These students speak Korean||이 학생들은 한국어를 해요|
i hagsaengdeul-eun hangug-eoleul haeyo
|Those students speak Korean||그 학생들은 한국어를 해요|
geu hagsaengdeul-eun hangug-eoleul haeyo
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Below is a list of 24 words related to people such as family members, siblings ... etc. At the end of the list, there will be examples where those terms are used in a sentence.
|Child (female)||여자 아이|
|Child (male)||남자 아이|
|Cousin (female)||여자 사촌|
|Cousin (male)||남자 사촌|
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Finally, a couple sentences that you might need to use or see very often. For a complete list of commonly used sentences, please visit our Korean Phrases page. Enjoy!
|How old is your sister?||당신의 여동생은 몇 살이에요?|
dangsin-ui yeodongsaeng-eun myeoch sal-ieyo?
|I love my husband||저는 제 남편을 사랑해요|
jeoneun je nampyeon-eul salanghaeyo
|This is my wife||이 사람이 제 아내에요|
i salam-i je anaeeyo
|What's your brother called?||당신의 형 이름은 무엇이에요?|
dangsin-ui hyeong ileum-eun mueos-ieyo?
|Where does your father work?||당신의 아버지는 어디서 일을 하시나요?|
dangsin-ui abeojineun eodiseo il-eul hasinayo?
|Your daughter is very cute||당신의 딸은 아주 귀엽네요|
dangsin-ui ttal-eun aju gwiyeobneyo
|What time is it?||몇 시예요?|
|It's 10 o'clock||열 시예요|
|Give me this!||이거 주세요!|
|I love you||사랑합니다|
|Are you free tomorrow evening?||내일 저녁에 시간 있어요?|
naeil jeonyeog-e sigan iss-eoyo?
|I would like to invite you for dinner||당신을 저녁 식사에 초대하고 싶어요|
dangsin-eul jeonyeog sigsa-e chodaehago sip-eoyo
Language Quote ❝If you talk to a man in a language he understands, that goes to his head. If you talk to him in his own language, that goes to his heart.❞ ‒Nelson Mandela
Congratulations! You finished your 10th lesson in Korean about determiners, people and jobs. Are you ready for the next lesson? We recommend Korean Lesson 11. You can also simply click on one of the links below or go back to our Learn Korean homepage.