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en Around the house   »   ko 집 안에서

17 [seventeen]

Around the house

Around the house

17 [열일곱]

17 [yeol-ilgob]

집 안에서

[jib an-eseo]

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Our house is here. 우리 -이-여기 있--. 우_ 집_ 여_ 있___ 우- 집- 여- 있-요- ------------- 우리 집이 여기 있어요. 0
uli -ib-i y-o-- -ss-eoy-. u__ j____ y____ i________ u-i j-b-i y-o-i i-s-e-y-. ------------------------- uli jib-i yeogi iss-eoyo.
The roof is on top. 위에는 지붕- 있어-. 위__ 지__ 있___ 위-는 지-이 있-요- ------------ 위에는 지붕이 있어요. 0
w---eu---ibu-g-i-i----o--. w______ j_______ i________ w-e-e-n j-b-n--- i-s-e-y-. -------------------------- wieneun jibung-i iss-eoyo.
The basement is below. 밑에는---가--어-. 밑__ 지__ 있___ 밑-는 지-가 있-요- ------------ 밑에는 지하가 있어요. 0
mi--en-un -ihag- i---eo-o. m________ j_____ i________ m-t-e-e-n j-h-g- i-s-e-y-. -------------------------- mit-eneun jihaga iss-eoyo.
There is a garden behind the house. 집-----정원- 있어-. 집 뒤__ 정__ 있___ 집 뒤-는 정-이 있-요- -------------- 집 뒤에는 정원이 있어요. 0
j-b-dw-e--u- jeong-wo--i i----o--. j__ d_______ j__________ i________ j-b d-i-n-u- j-o-g-w-n-i i-s-e-y-. ---------------------------------- jib dwieneun jeong-won-i iss-eoyo.
There is no street in front of the house. 집 --는--로가 --요. 집 앞__ 도__ 없___ 집 앞-는 도-가 없-요- -------------- 집 앞에는 도로가 없어요. 0
jib a--ene-n d-l--- -----eoyo. j__ a_______ d_____ e_________ j-b a---n-u- d-l-g- e-b---o-o- ------------------------------ jib ap-eneun dologa eobs-eoyo.
There are trees next to the house. 집--에--나무들이--어요. 집 옆__ 나___ 있___ 집 옆-는 나-들- 있-요- --------------- 집 옆에는 나무들이 있어요. 0
jib -eop--neun ---u-e-l-i-i-s---y-. j__ y_________ n_________ i________ j-b y-o---n-u- n-m-d-u--- i-s-e-y-. ----------------------------------- jib yeop-eneun namudeul-i iss-eoyo.
My apartment is here. 제 아-트가--기-있-요. 제 아___ 여_ 있___ 제 아-트- 여- 있-요- -------------- 제 아파트가 여기 있어요. 0
j- -----uga------ ----e-yo. j_ a_______ y____ i________ j- a-a-e-g- y-o-i i-s-e-y-. --------------------------- je apateuga yeogi iss-eoyo.
The kitchen and bathroom are here. 부엌- --이-여기-있어요. 부__ 욕__ 여_ 있___ 부-과 욕-이 여- 있-요- --------------- 부엌과 욕실이 여기 있어요. 0
b-eokgwa -o-------ye----i-s-eoy-. b_______ y_______ y____ i________ b-e-k-w- y-g-i--- y-o-i i-s-e-y-. --------------------------------- bueokgwa yogsil-i yeogi iss-eoyo.
The living room and bedroom are there. 거실과-----저기 ---. 거__ 침__ 저_ 있___ 거-과 침-이 저- 있-요- --------------- 거실과 침실이 저기 있어요. 0
g--s--gwa-c--msi--i j--g- -s--eoy-. g________ c________ j____ i________ g-o-i-g-a c-i-s-l-i j-o-i i-s-e-y-. ----------------------------------- geosilgwa chimsil-i jeogi iss-eoyo.
The front door is closed. 대문이-닫- 있-요. 대__ 닫_ 있___ 대-이 닫- 있-요- ----------- 대문이 닫혀 있어요. 0
d---u----------o--s--e--o. d_______ d______ i________ d-e-u--- d-d-y-o i-s-e-y-. -------------------------- daemun-i dadhyeo iss-eoyo.
But the windows are open. 하-----들- -- --요. 하__ 창___ 열_ 있___ 하-만 창-들- 열- 있-요- ---------------- 하지만 창문들은 열려 있어요. 0
haj-----ch-n----d-ul------e-l-y-o iss--oy-. h______ c_______________ y_______ i________ h-j-m-n c-a-g-u-d-u---u- y-o-l-e- i-s-e-y-. ------------------------------------------- hajiman changmundeul-eun yeollyeo iss-eoyo.
It is hot today. 오늘---워-. 오__ 더___ 오-은 더-요- -------- 오늘은 더워요. 0
on--l---n-d---oy-. o________ d_______ o-e-l-e-n d-o-o-o- ------------------ oneul-eun deowoyo.
We are going to the living room. 우리--거실- 가고 있어-. 우__ 거__ 가_ 있___ 우-는 거-에 가- 있-요- --------------- 우리는 거실에 가고 있어요. 0
u---eu--g------- --go is---o--. u______ g_______ g___ i________ u-i-e-n g-o-i--- g-g- i-s-e-y-. ------------------------------- ulineun geosil-e gago iss-eoyo.
There is a sofa and an armchair there. 소파와-안락--가 -기-있어요. 소__ 안____ 저_ 있___ 소-와 안-의-가 저- 있-요- ----------------- 소파와 안락의자가 저기 있어요. 0
s-p----an-------a---j--gi-------y-. s_____ a___________ j____ i________ s-p-w- a-l-g-u-j-g- j-o-i i-s-e-y-. ----------------------------------- sopawa anlag-uijaga jeogi iss-eoyo.
Please, sit down! 앉으세-! 앉____ 앉-세-! ----- 앉으세요! 0
a-----seyo! a__________ a-j-e-s-y-! ----------- anj-euseyo!
My computer is there. 제--퓨터가-저- -어-. 제 컴___ 저_ 있___ 제 컴-터- 저- 있-요- -------------- 제 컴퓨터가 저기 있어요. 0
j- ke----ute-g- -e----is---oyo. j_ k___________ j____ i________ j- k-o-p-u-e-g- j-o-i i-s-e-y-. ------------------------------- je keompyuteoga jeogi iss-eoyo.
My stereo is there. 제-오디오--저기 ---. 제 오___ 저_ 있___ 제 오-오- 저- 있-요- -------------- 제 오디오가 저기 있어요. 0
je---io-a -e-gi-iss-e-yo. j_ o_____ j____ i________ j- o-i-g- j-o-i i-s-e-y-. ------------------------- je odioga jeogi iss-eoyo.
The TV set is brand new. T-는 새 --예-. T__ 새 거 예__ T-는 새 거 예-. ----------- TV는 새 거 예요. 0
T---un -ae g-o-y-y-. T_____ s__ g__ y____ T-n-u- s-e g-o y-y-. -------------------- TVneun sae geo yeyo.

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