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Practice 2

follow the Expression and let's practice (Good. See you on Saturday.)
Ahn : Bella, where are you planning to go this Saturday?
Bella : I am going to Hongdaeipgu. Prof.
Ahn : Really? Let’s go together. Where should we meet up?
Bella : Let’s meet at the school. Prof.
Ahn : Sounds good. I will see you on Saturday. Prof.
Ahn : “Sounds good” is a response that is used as an agreement to the idea suggested by the other party. Also, Saturday and Sunday are weekend. “I will see you on Saturday” is a closing farewell confirming the earlier appointment. Now, let’s have Nick ask Bella this time.
Nick : Bella, where are you going this Sunday?
Bella : I’m going to Samcheongdong
Nick : Really? Let’s go together. Where should we meet up?
Bella : Let’s meet at the subway station.
Nick : Sounds good. I will see you on Sunday. Prof.
Ahn: Great job! Let’s repeat together. “Sounds good. I will see you on Sunday.”

Please follow the instructions with the educator. Let’s Practice Korean!

A : 우리 어디에서 만날까요? [uli eodieseo mannalkkayo]

-> Where shall we meet?

B : 커피숍에서 만나요. [keopisyobeseo mannayo]

-> Let’s meet at a café.

A : 좋아요. 토요일에 봐요. [joayo. toyoile bwayo]

-> Good. See you on Saturday.

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