In today's lesson, we're going to focus on family conversations, from the K-drama “Tale Of The Nine-Tailed” episode 1, where there are useful conversations between a little girl and her parents.
The first scene shows us, what to say while giving a birthday gift to someone.
But at first, we should know that "Saengil Chukhahaeyo" means “Happy birthday” and it is written like this in Korean “생일축하해요”.
Now that you know how to say “happy birthday” in Korean, why not learn how to give someone a gift too? Making real conversations like native Koreans!
● Here is it :
집에 가서 주려고 했는데
I was going to give it to you when I got home.
선물은 마음에 들어?
Do you like the present?
네 너무 좋아요
Yes, I love it.
Moving to the second scene where it scene shows us when the little girl got a bad dream what did she say to her family?
This scene also teaches a great lesson in which we should know if we have a dream we don't like, we should not disclose it to anyone and if we see a good vision we should feel pleased but keep it to ourselves and share it with people close to us.
Here is the scene :
우리 공주 일어났네.
My princess, you're up.
다행이다. 꿈이었어. 전부.
That's a relief. It was a dream. All.
The fruit is here.
엄마 사랑해. 진짜, 진짜 사랑해.
Mom, I love you. I really, really love you.
얘가 자다가 왜 이래?
What's wrong with her while she's sleeping?
아빠 사랑해. 진짜, 진짜 사랑해.
Dad, I love you. I really, really love you.
아빠 우리 지아 진짜 사랑해
Dad also loves his little Jia so much.
근데 우리 지아 무슨 나쁜 꿈이라도 꿨어?
By the way, did you have any bad dreams, Jia?
생각도 하기 싫어.
I don't even want to think about it.
Now you have learned a lot of useful sentences that you could use with your family or friends! Let us know what were the most useful sentences for you!