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Korean Formal Md. (Formal Moods) Skill: List of Words with Translations

Hi everyone. I thought it might be useful to compile a list of words and their translations for anyone struggling with the Korean course. I hope you find this useful.

Lesson 1:

  • 십시오 - Imperative mood ending
  • 배우 - Learn
  • 배우십시오 - (Please) Learn
  • 보 - Watch/Look (at)
  • 보십시오 - (Please) Watch/Look (at)
  • 조심하 - Be careful of/Watch out for
  • 조심하십시오 - (Please) Be careful of/Watch out for
  • 천천히 - Slowly
  • 오다 - Come
  • 오십시오 - (Please) Come
  • 천천히 오십시오 - Please take your time
  • 집중하 - Focus
  • 집중하십시오 - (Please) Focus
  • 저를 - Me
  • 더 - More
  • 덜 - Less/Fewer
  • 손님 - Sir/Miss/Customer
  • 다시 - Again

Lesson 2:

  • 지 마십시오 - (Please) Do not (do)
  • 만지 - Touch
  • 만지지 마십시오 - (Please) do not touch)
  • 걱정하 - Worry
  • 빨리 - Quickly/Fast
  • 너무 - Too/Too much
  • 많이 - Very/Much/A lot

Lesson 3:

  • 사진 - Picture
  • 읍시다 - Propositve Mood Ending - i.e. Let's
  • 찍 - Take/Film
  • 찍읍시다 - Let's take/film
  • 가 - Go
  • 갑시다 - Let's go
  • 등산하 - Mountain climbing/Climb a mountain
  • 식사하다 - Eat (Let's do a meal: According to nleconte here: https://forum.duolingo.com/comment/27660886
  • 식사합시다 - Let's eat (a meal)/Let's dine
  • 박물관 - Museum
  • 극장 - Theatre

Lesson 4:

  • 매일 - Every/Each day
  • 청소하 - Clean
  • 맙시다 - Let's not do
  • 남기지 - Leave
  • 배우 - Learn
  • 남기지 맙시다 - Let's not leave
  • 요리하지 - Cook
  • 오늘 - Today
  • 한글을 - The Korean alphabet

Lesson 5:

  • 누구 - Who
  • 무슨 - What (Determiner - What kind of animal)
  • 누구입니까 - Who am/is/are?
  • 언제 - When
  • 어디에 - Where
  • 어떻게 - How
  • 가람 - Garam (name)
  • 님 - Mr/Miss/Mrs

Lesson 6:

  • 어떤 - What kind of
  • 어느 - Which
  • 무엇 - What (Pronoun)
  • 왜 - Why
  • 아주머니 - Ma'am/Madam ("Old lady" according to google translate)
  • 아저씨 - Mister

Hope this helps you with your Korean learning. Let me know if it helped :-)

March 2, 2019

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Cool!

March 3, 2019
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