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Today’s Expression

Today's expression
Bae: Hi everyone, did you listen to the conversation in the video clip? They were talking about Parents’ Day in Korea, and today’s topic is going to be the “special occasions.” Prof.
Bae: Rachel, have you heard about Parents’ Day?
Rachel: Yes, I have from my Korean class. Isn’t it the day to express appreciation to your parents? Prof.
Bae: Yes, you are right. In Korea, Parents’ Day is on May 8th, and people usually prepare flowers for their parents to show appreciation. Do you have any special occasions in your country? What do you do on those days? Today, we will learn to talk about the holidays and special occasions in Korea and what people do on those occasions. I bought them for my parents. I bought them for my parents.

Today’s topic is on “special occasions”.

We’ll be learning how to talk about special occasions in Korea and what people do on those occasions. Watch the video to see how to say the phrases you watched in the previous step. In the next step, you’ll get to practice these phrases.

Today’s Dialogue : I bought them for my parents

Now then, let´s learn together step by step.

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