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Fruits and food

Fruits and food

15 [열다섯]

15 [yeoldaseos]

과일과 음식

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I have a strawberry. 저---기가-있-요. 저는 딸기가 있어요. 저- 딸-가 있-요- ----------- 저는 딸기가 있어요. 0
jeo---n -t--g-ga -ss--oyo. jeoneun ttalgiga iss-eoyo. j-o-e-n t-a-g-g- i-s-e-y-. -------------------------- jeoneun ttalgiga iss-eoyo.
I have a kiwi and a melon. 저는 --- -론이 있--. 저는 키위와 멜론이 있어요. 저- 키-와 멜-이 있-요- --------------- 저는 키위와 멜론이 있어요. 0
j--ne----i-iwa-mel-on-i i-s-e--o. jeoneun kiwiwa mellon-i iss-eoyo. j-o-e-n k-w-w- m-l-o--- i-s-e-y-. --------------------------------- jeoneun kiwiwa mellon-i iss-eoyo.
I have an orange and a grapefruit. 저--오-지----이--어요. 저는 오렌지와 자몽이 있어요. 저- 오-지- 자-이 있-요- ---------------- 저는 오렌지와 자몽이 있어요. 0
j-one-n--le-j-wa-j-m-ng-i ----e---. jeoneun olenjiwa jamong-i iss-eoyo. j-o-e-n o-e-j-w- j-m-n--- i-s-e-y-. ----------------------------------- jeoneun olenjiwa jamong-i iss-eoyo.
I have an apple and a mango. 저는-사과와 -고가-있-요. 저는 사과와 망고가 있어요. 저- 사-와 망-가 있-요- --------------- 저는 사과와 망고가 있어요. 0
jeone-n-sagw--a m--g-gog- --s-e-y-. jeoneun sagwawa mang-goga iss-eoyo. j-o-e-n s-g-a-a m-n---o-a i-s-e-y-. ----------------------------------- jeoneun sagwawa mang-goga iss-eoyo.
I have a banana and a pineapple. 저--바----파--플이 --요. 저는 바나나와 파인애플이 있어요. 저- 바-나- 파-애-이 있-요- ------------------ 저는 바나나와 파인애플이 있어요. 0
je-neun--a-a-a-a p-in-aepe-l-- --s-e--o. jeoneun bananawa pain-aepeul-i iss-eoyo. j-o-e-n b-n-n-w- p-i---e-e-l-i i-s-e-y-. ---------------------------------------- jeoneun bananawa pain-aepeul-i iss-eoyo.
I am making a fruit salad. 저는-과- ---를-만-고 ---. 저는 과일 샐러드를 만들고 있어요. 저- 과- 샐-드- 만-고 있-요- ------------------- 저는 과일 샐러드를 만들고 있어요. 0
j-on-un --a-- --e--eode-le-l----d----o iss-e-y-. jeoneun gwail saelleodeuleul mandeulgo iss-eoyo. j-o-e-n g-a-l s-e-l-o-e-l-u- m-n-e-l-o i-s-e-y-. ------------------------------------------------ jeoneun gwail saelleodeuleul mandeulgo iss-eoyo.
I am eating toast. 저- ---- 먹--있어-. 저는 토스트를 먹고 있어요. 저- 토-트- 먹- 있-요- --------------- 저는 토스트를 먹고 있어요. 0
j---e-- t---u---le---me---o -s--eoy-. jeoneun toseuteuleul meoggo iss-eoyo. j-o-e-n t-s-u-e-l-u- m-o-g- i-s-e-y-. ------------------------------------- jeoneun toseuteuleul meoggo iss-eoyo.
I am eating toast with butter. 저--버-를 -른 토----먹고 있-요. 저는 버터를 바른 토스트를 먹고 있어요. 저- 버-를 바- 토-트- 먹- 있-요- ---------------------- 저는 버터를 바른 토스트를 먹고 있어요. 0
je-ne-n --oteoleu---a---n -ose--eu-e-l-m--g-----s----o. jeoneun beoteoleul baleun toseuteuleul meoggo iss-eoyo. j-o-e-n b-o-e-l-u- b-l-u- t-s-u-e-l-u- m-o-g- i-s-e-y-. ------------------------------------------------------- jeoneun beoteoleul baleun toseuteuleul meoggo iss-eoyo.
I am eating toast with butter and jam. 저- 버터- ---바른-토스---먹--있어요. 저는 버터와 잼을 바른 토스트를 먹고 있어요. 저- 버-와 잼- 바- 토-트- 먹- 있-요- ------------------------- 저는 버터와 잼을 바른 토스트를 먹고 있어요. 0
je--e-- be-t--w---aem-eu--bal--- -os-u--u-----m--ggo ----e--o. jeoneun beoteowa jaem-eul baleun toseuteuleul meoggo iss-eoyo. j-o-e-n b-o-e-w- j-e---u- b-l-u- t-s-u-e-l-u- m-o-g- i-s-e-y-. -------------------------------------------------------------- jeoneun beoteowa jaem-eul baleun toseuteuleul meoggo iss-eoyo.
I am eating a sandwich. 저----위-를 먹--있어요. 저는 샌드위치를 먹고 있어요. 저- 샌-위-를 먹- 있-요- ---------------- 저는 샌드위치를 먹고 있어요. 0
j-o-e-n s-ende--i------- --o--o -s----yo. jeoneun saendeuwichileul meoggo iss-eoyo. j-o-e-n s-e-d-u-i-h-l-u- m-o-g- i-s-e-y-. ----------------------------------------- jeoneun saendeuwichileul meoggo iss-eoyo.
I am eating a sandwich with margarine. 저- ---을--른 --위-를--- 있-요. 저는 마가린을 바른 샌드위치를 먹고 있어요. 저- 마-린- 바- 샌-위-를 먹- 있-요- ------------------------ 저는 마가린을 바른 샌드위치를 먹고 있어요. 0
jeo--u- ---al---e-l bal--n -a---e-wic-ileu--m-o-g- iss-eo-o. jeoneun magalin-eul baleun saendeuwichileul meoggo iss-eoyo. j-o-e-n m-g-l-n-e-l b-l-u- s-e-d-u-i-h-l-u- m-o-g- i-s-e-y-. ------------------------------------------------------------ jeoneun magalin-eul baleun saendeuwichileul meoggo iss-eoyo.
I am eating a sandwich with margarine and tomatoes. 저- 마가린----------샌드위-를 먹- 있어요. 저는 마가린과 토마토를 넣은 샌드위치를 먹고 있어요. 저- 마-린- 토-토- 넣- 샌-위-를 먹- 있-요- ----------------------------- 저는 마가린과 토마토를 넣은 샌드위치를 먹고 있어요. 0
je--eun---ga-ing--------ol-u----oh-e-n -ae-d--w-chil--l---o-go-i-s-eoyo. jeoneun magalingwa tomatoleul neoh-eun saendeuwichileul meoggo iss-eoyo. j-o-e-n m-g-l-n-w- t-m-t-l-u- n-o---u- s-e-d-u-i-h-l-u- m-o-g- i-s-e-y-. ------------------------------------------------------------------------ jeoneun magalingwa tomatoleul neoh-eun saendeuwichileul meoggo iss-eoyo.
We need bread and rice. 우-는 빵- 쌀- -요해요. 우리는 빵과 쌀이 필요해요. 우-는 빵- 쌀- 필-해-. --------------- 우리는 빵과 쌀이 필요해요. 0
ulineu--ppa-g---a-ssa--- -i---o--ey-. ulineun ppang-gwa ssal-i pil-yohaeyo. u-i-e-n p-a-g-g-a s-a--- p-l-y-h-e-o- ------------------------------------- ulineun ppang-gwa ssal-i pil-yohaeyo.
We need fish and steaks. 우-- -선---테이크가 -요-요. 우리는 생선과 스테이크가 필요해요. 우-는 생-과 스-이-가 필-해-. ------------------- 우리는 생선과 스테이크가 필요해요. 0
u--n--n-s-engs-o-g-a -e--eik-u-a--il--o--e--. ulineun saengseongwa seuteikeuga pil-yohaeyo. u-i-e-n s-e-g-e-n-w- s-u-e-k-u-a p-l-y-h-e-o- --------------------------------------------- ulineun saengseongwa seuteikeuga pil-yohaeyo.
We need pizza and spaghetti. 우리는 피자--스-게티- 필---. 우리는 피자와 스파게티가 필요해요. 우-는 피-와 스-게-가 필-해-. ------------------- 우리는 피자와 스파게티가 필요해요. 0
ulin--n p----a--eu--getig- pi--y--ae-o. ulineun pijawa seupagetiga pil-yohaeyo. u-i-e-n p-j-w- s-u-a-e-i-a p-l-y-h-e-o- --------------------------------------- ulineun pijawa seupagetiga pil-yohaeyo.
What else do we need? 우리는 그 -- ----요-요? 우리는 그 외에 뭐가 필요해요? 우-는 그 외- 뭐- 필-해-? ----------------- 우리는 그 외에 뭐가 필요해요? 0
u-i-eun ge- oe- mw--a-p-----ha--o? ulineun geu oee mwoga pil-yohaeyo? u-i-e-n g-u o-e m-o-a p-l-y-h-e-o- ---------------------------------- ulineun geu oee mwoga pil-yohaeyo?
We need carrots and tomatoes for the soup. 우-- -프- 넣- -근과-토마-가 필요-요. 우리는 수프에 넣을 당근과 토마토가 필요해요. 우-는 수-에 넣- 당-과 토-토- 필-해-. ------------------------- 우리는 수프에 넣을 당근과 토마토가 필요해요. 0
u-in-un --------eoh-e-l-d----ge--gw- t--at-ga-pil--o---yo. ulineun supeue neoh-eul dang-geungwa tomatoga pil-yohaeyo. u-i-e-n s-p-u- n-o---u- d-n---e-n-w- t-m-t-g- p-l-y-h-e-o- ---------------------------------------------------------- ulineun supeue neoh-eul dang-geungwa tomatoga pil-yohaeyo.
Where is the supermarket? 슈퍼--- -디---요? 슈퍼마켓이 어디 있어요? 슈-마-이 어- 있-요- ------------- 슈퍼마켓이 어디 있어요? 0
sy----m--e--i -odi--ss-e---? syupeomakes-i eodi iss-eoyo? s-u-e-m-k-s-i e-d- i-s-e-y-? ---------------------------- syupeomakes-i eodi iss-eoyo?

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