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Korean Language Reading Practice 8 – I live in a dormitory

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Continue from Korean Language Reading Practice 7 – Where are we? Here we come to Korean Language Reading Practice 8 – I live in a dormitory. This Korean Language Reading Practice is related to Korean Informal Polite Sentence Endings, Korean Place Marker, Korean Sentence Endings Expressing Location or Existence and Korean Position Words. In every Korean Language Reading Practice, we will learn new Korean vocabulary and Korean expression. You must read the Korean Language Reading Practice lessons as often as you can without help from anybody in order to improve your Korean quickly.

Korean Language Reading Practice

In Korean

저는 기숙사에서 살아요. 제 방은 오 층에 있어요.
일 층에 편의점이 있어요.
편의점 옆에는 세탁소가 있어요.
주차장은 지하 일 층에 있어요.

In English

I live in a dormitory. My room is on the 5th floor.
There is a convenience store on the 1st floor.
The laundry room is next to the convenience store.
The parking lot is on the 1st basement floor.

Korean Vocabulary

  • 기숙사 [ gi-suk-sa ] – dormitory
  • 방 [ bang ] – room
  • 층 [ cheung ] – floor
  • 살다 [ sal-da ] – to live
  • 편의점 [ pyeon-ui-jeom ] – convenience store
  • 세탁소 [ se-tak-so ] – laundry room
  • 주차장 [ ju-cha-jang ] – parking lot
  • 지하 [ ji-ha ] – basement

Korean Expressions

  • 저는 기숙사에서 살아요. [ jeo-neun-gi-suk-sa-e-seo-sa-ra-yo ] – I live in a dormitory.
  • 제 방은 오 층에 있어요. [ je-bang-eun-o-cheung-e-i-sseo-yo ] – My room is on the 5th floor.
  • 일 층에 편의점이 있어요. [ il-cheung-e-pyeon-ui-jeom-i-i-sseo-yo ] – There is a convenience store on the 1st floor.
  • 편의점 옆에는 세탁소가 있어요. [ pyeon-ui-jeom-yeop-e-neun-se-tak-so-ga-i-sseo-yo ] – The laundry room is next to the convenience store.
  • 주차장은 지하 일 층에 있어요. [ ju-cha-jang-eun-ji-ha-il-cheung-e-i-sseo-yo ] – The parking lot is on the 1st basement floor.

Korean Verbs – 살다  means “to live” plus Korean Informal Polite Sentence Endings – 아요 it will become 살아요 which are commonly used in everyday life (view Korean Sentence Ending Form). 기숙사, 편의점 and 편의점 refer to places, you may view Korean Vocabulary – Places for more. Have you learned something from the Korean Language Reading Practice above? Continue to Korean Language Reading Practice 9 – There is no bed in my room. Korean Language Reading Practice is a short lesson. Hope you will like it. Have a nice day.

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