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understanding expressions : where does your family live? How many people are there in your family?
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Prof.Ahn: Hello, I am Ahn Jung Ho and, today too, there are two students here with me to learn Korean.
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Prof.Ahn: Hello!
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Anna: Hello! I am Anna.
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Joel: Hello! I am Joel
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Prof.Ahn: Anna, where does your family live?
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Anna: They live in Moscow.
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Prof.Ahn: Joel, where does your family live?
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Joel: They live in New York.
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Prof.Ahn: Anna, how many people are there in your family?
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Anna: There is my father, my mother, my older brother and my younger brother.
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Prof.Ahn: Joel, how many people are there in your family?
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Joel: There is my father, my mother, my older brother and my younger sister.
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Prof.Ahn: Ah, really? You answered very well!
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Prof.Ahn: when you want to know how many people are there in someone else ‘s family, you can ask, “ gajog-eun nuga kyeseyo” And when answering this question, you can say your family members such as your mother, father, sister and brother. However, depending on whether you are male or female, the word used to call an ‘older brother’ is either ‘o-ppa’ or ‘hyeong’. Because Anna is a woman she said, ‘o-ppa’ but Joel is a man so he said, ‘hyeong’. Anna and Joel, try to do it on your own.
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Joel: Anna, where does your family live?
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Anna: They live in Moscow.
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Joel: How many people are there in your family?
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Anna: There is my father, my mother, my older brother and my younger brother.
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Anna: Joel, where does your family live?
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Joel: They live in New York.
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Anna: How many people are there in your family?
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Joel: There is my father, my mother, my older brother and my younger sister.
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Prof.Ahn: Good! You did very well. Everyone, where does your family live? How many people are there in your family? Let’s study some more how to answer these questions.

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when you want to know how many people are there in someone else ‘s family, you can ask, ‘가족은 누가 계세요?’ And when answering this question, you can say your family members such as your mother, father, sister and brother. However, depending on whether you are male or female, some word used different.

Example)

  • A : 조엘 씨 가족은 누가 계세요?

  • B : 아버지, 어머니, 형(Joel is a man so he said, ‘형.), 여동생이 있어요.

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