Welcome back! 감사합니다 for your patience with me as we work through these different sections. I was going over some ideas with some 친구 who read this as well and asked for suggestions about what else I can do to make this a little better – content and everything.
One idea that was brought up that I thought was 대박 was the idea of an entry that does a “Vocab Blast” – essentially give a lot of a words and what they are in Korean to help build our (you guessed it) vocabulary! These won’t have as long of explanations like I normally do. This would be more of the a blast of words. (Hence the title of “Vocab Blast!”)
So today we will add this new section and try to get some words that we will actually use – hopefully – on a more normal basis. Let’s get started!
Let’s start with ones that deal with some form of time?
오늘 – Today
내일 – Tomorrow
어제 – Yesterday
시/시긴* – Hour/Hour*
분 – Minute
시계 – Clock
*Brief Explanation for 시/시긴:
시 is the form when used with a number. Like if you were to say 6시, you would be saying 6 o’clock.
시긴 is how you actually say hour. You are more likely to use 시 over 시긴 because you are more likely to be saying the time not talking about hours, minutes, seconds.
Now for more “random” words. (Sorry, I couldn’t think of a better category name for now.)
웃다 – Laugh
작은 – Small
쉬운 – Easy
나쁜 – Bad
맛있어요 – Delicious
Next section I am calling “Starting the introduction” only because it is two simpler phrases that I will probably go more into detail later.
저는 (name) – I’m (name)
어떻게 지내세요 – How are you
Okay! That is all for now! 죄송합니다, I know this first vocab blast seems everywhere but this was to get used to a set up, how it will be arranged, and see how it looks. To get a feel. I promise that they will be a little bit more organized from now on.
Next time we have a vocab blast, we will probably touch on Months and Days so that will be fun!
Until then: 안녕히 가세요!
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