Korean Language Reading Practice 12 – Seoul Mart is a convenience store
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Korean Language Reading Practice
집 옆에 “서울마트”가 있어요.
서울마트에는 물건이 아주 많아요.
값은 좀 비싸요. 그렇지만 아주 편해요.
저는 편의점에 매일 가요.
거기에서 우유하고 라면을 사요.
Next to my house, there is a Seoul Mart.
Seoul Mart is a convenience store.
Seoul Mart sells many products.
It is a little expensive, but it is very convenient.
I go there everyday.
I buy milk, ramen and the newspaper there.
- 편의점 [ pyeon-i-jeom ] – convenience store
- 물건 [ mul-geon ] – item/product
- 아주 [ a-ju ] – quite
- 많다 [ man-da ] – to be many
- 비싸다 [ bi-ssa-da ] – to be expensive
- 그렇지만 [ geu-reot-ji-man ] – but
- 편하다 [ pyeon-ha-da ] – to be convenient
- 매일 [ mae-il ] – everyday
- 라면 [ ra-myeon ] – ramen (one kind of noodles)
- 우유 [ u-yu ] – milk
- 신문 [ sin-mun ] – newspaper
- 도 [ do ] – also
- 집 옆에 “서울마트”가 있어요. [ jib-yeop-e-seo-ul-ma-teu-ga-i-sseo-yo ] – Next to my house, there is a Seoul Mart.
- 서울마트는 편의점이에요. [ seo-ul-ma-teu-neun-pyeon-i-jeom-i-e-yo ] – Seoul Mart is a convenience store.
- 서울마트에는 물건이 아주 많아요. [ seo-ul-ma-teu-e-neun-mul-geon-i-a-ju-man-a-yo ] – Seoul Mart sells many products.
- 값은 좀 비싸요. 그렇지만 아주 편해요. [ gap-seun-jom-bi-ssa-yo. geu-reot-ji-man-a-ju-pyeon-ae-yo ] – It is a little expensive, but it is very convenient.
- 저는 편의점에 매일 가요. [ jeo-neun-pyeon-i-jeom-e-mae-il-ga-yo ] – I go there everyday.
- 거기에서 우유하고 라면을 사요. 신문도 사요.[ geo-gi-e-seo-u-yu-ha-go-ra-myeon-eul-sa-yo. sin-mun-do-sa-yo ] – I buy milk, ramen and the newspaper there.
매일 is Chinese derived Korean verbs, 일 is means day, we have learned in Learn Korean Lesson 21, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday to Sunday, all with 일 at the end. 매 also can use with together with 년 become 매년 means every year. We will learn more in Learn Korean Lessons. For other Korean verbs in the dialogue above, such as 많다/ 비싸다/ 편하다, together with Korean Informal Polite Sentence Endings – 아요/ 어요/ 해요, they will changed to 비싸요/ 많아요/ 편해요 which is commonly used in everyday life. View Korean Sentence Ending Form. Have you learned something from the Korean Language Reading Practice above? Continue to Korean Language Reading Practice 13 – Excuse me, is there a bathroom near here? Korean Language Reading Practice is a short lesson. Hope you will like it. Have a nice day.