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Practice 1

follow the Expression and let's practice(May I take your order?)
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Prof.
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Ahn : Hello, I am Jung Ho Ahn from Institute of International Education at Hanyang University. I have two students here with me to learn Korean.
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Nick : Hi? I’m Nick from America.
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Bella : Hi? I am Bella from England. Prof.
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Ahn: Last time, we learned about various types of Korean dish and their names. Please tell me the names of the Korean food that we learned last time.
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Bella : We learned bibimbbap and tteokpokki.
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Nick : We also learned samgyeopsal, bulgogi and chicken. Prof.
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Ahn : Yes, that’s right. Since we learned last time the names of Korean dish, let us learn this time how to order them at Korean restaurants. Let’s first take a look at a scene where people are ordering food at a restaurant.
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Kim : What can I get for you?
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Michele : I’d like to have bibimbbap
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Kim: Alright. Please wait a moment. Prof.
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Ahn : When you go to a restaurant, the server will ask you, “What can I get for you?” Then, you can answer “I’d like to have bibimbbap”. You can simply put the name of the food that you would like to eat before “I want OOO”. For example, you can say, “I want ramen”, “I want coke”, “I want tteokpokki”. Let’s continue watching.
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Michele : Excuse me, I’d like a glass of water.
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Kim : Okay, please wait a moment. Prof.
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Ahn : As you are eating, you might want to ask for a glass of water or for a Kimchi. Then, you can get the server’s attention by saying, “Excuse me!”. “Excuse me!” is a sentence that is used to call for a server when you are at a Korean restaurant or a market. And you can say “please, give me water” or “please, give me kimchi” to get some more Kimchi. Now, let’s all repeat together. “I’d like to have bibimbbap.”
In this step we will help you to understand Korean expressions. Please follow the instructions with the educator. Let’s speak Korean!
A : 뭘 드릴까요? [mwol deulilkkayo]
-> May I take your order?
B : 비빔밥 주세요. [bibimbbab juseyo]
-> I want Bibimbbab.
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