Unit 1: Stage 4 Pronunciation I

Introduction:

In this section, you will have the opportunity to improve your pronunciation of some very important phrases—expressions you will use often when interacting with Koreans. Your goal should be to sound as though you know a lot more Korean than you actually do. If you sound good, you are good.

pu-jang bowing while being introduced

Chi-sŏn:
pu-jang-nim, an-nyǒng-ha-se-yo?

pu-jang:
Chi-sŏn-ssi,
an-nyŏng-ha-se-yo?


in-sa-ha-se-yo.

i-bu-nǔn Chong
Chi-sŏn-ssi-im-ni-da.

Gloria Liu:
chŏ-nǔn Kǔl-lo-ria
Ryu-im-ni-da.

 

(chŏ-nǔn)
sam-hang-nyŏ-ni-e-yo.


(chŏ-nǔn)
Chung-guk-ssa-ra-mi-e-yo.

Gloria and James sitting in a classroom
 

an-nyǒng-ha-se-yo?

chǒ-nǔn Kǔl-lo-ria Ryu-im-ni-da.


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