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Role playing 1

Role play : Do you like movies? / Yes. Shall we watch a movie together at the cinema?
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Male student: Seyeon, do you like movies?
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Female student: Yes, I like movies. Junhyuk, do you like movies.
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Male student: Yes, I like movies, too. Shall we watch a movie together at the theater?
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Female student: I’m sorry, today I’m busy.
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Hello everyone, I am Lee Young Sook. Did you enjoy the video? This week we are studying the grammar structure “woori, gach’i halkkayo?”. We answer “johayo, gach’i haeyo”, when we can, or we want to do it together with that person after hearing the suggestion. However, there are also times when we have to reject a proposal. How should we answer in those cases? We have to answer “mianhaeyo” and then explain the reason for the rejection. Shall we practice once?
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Well done. This time let’s practice with the male student’s part of the dialogue.
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Yes, well done! You too, try to practice one more time.
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Male student: Seyeon, do you like movies?
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Female student: Yes, I like movies. Junhyuk, do you like movies.
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Male student: Yes, I like movies, too. Shall we watch a movie together at the theater?
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Female student: I’m sorry, today I’m busy.
This week we are studying the grammar structure ‘우리 같이 할까요?’.
We answer ‘좋아요. 같이해요’ when, after hearing the suggestion, we can, or we want to do it together with that person. However, there are also times when we have to reject a proposal. We have to answer ‘미안해요’ and then explain the reason for the rejection.
Let’s practice some more dialogue for better pronunciation through Role playing. you can choose a character (Seyeon or Junhyuk) try to practice one more time.

1) Female student’s part of the dialogue

  • 남학생: 세연(Seyeon)씨는 영화를 좋아해요?
  • 여학생: 네, __. 준혁(Junhyuk)씨는 __?
  • 남학생: 네 저도 영화를 좋아해요. 우리 같이 영화관에서 영화를 볼까요?
  • 여학생: 미안해요. 오늘은 __.

2) Male student’s part of the dialogue

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