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Key Expressions 1

Key expressions 1
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Prof.
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Bae: The expression we will learn today is: “It’s supposed to rain in the afternoon.” What’s the weather like today in your hometown? How do you express the weather in Korean? Shall we learn how to describe the weather by looking at the weather forecast? Prof.
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Bae: Here’s the first one. Let’s look at the picture and discuss. It’s sunny today. Yes. Rachel will describe the next example.
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Rachel: It’s cloudy. Prof.
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Bae: Next weather. It’s raining. Rachel?
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Rachel: It’s snowing. Prof.
55.5
Bae: Yes, and next weather. There’s a typhoon. Next one is yours, Rachel.
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Rachel: Fine dust level is bad. Prof.
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Bae: We just learned different expressions to describe weather. Now let’s try describing the weather while looking at the weather forecast. Rachel, what’s the weather like today?
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Rachel: It’s going to snow today. Prof.
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Bae: Please try asking the question this time, Rachel.
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Rachel: Prof. Bae, how’s the weather today? Prof.
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Bae: There’s a typhoon today. Prof.
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Bae: When verbs with a final consonant ‘ㄹ’ such as ‘불다’ are followed by phrases that starts with -ㄴ/ㅂ/ㅅ, the final consonant ‘ㄹ’ disappears. That’s why we say “바람이 분대요” instead of “바람이 불는대요.” Prof.
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Bae: Now try describing today’s weather by looking at the weather forecast. Everyone, what’s the weather like today? Shall we try it one more time? What’s the weather like today?

The expression we will learn today is: “It’s supposed to rain in the afternoon.”

How do you express the weather in Korean? Let’s learn how to describe the weather by looking at the weather forecast. Let’s practice while looking at examples.

  • 오늘 날씨가 맑아요.
  • 날씨가 흐려요.
  • 비가 와요.
  • 눈이 내려요.
  • 태풍이 불어요.
  • 미세먼지가 심해요.
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