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Subject       Do you have a battery?
Name admin Date 07/05/03
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Asking if there is something you're looking for or you want to get, in Korean we say, "-/ ־ ()? For the response to the question can be 'yes or no type' answer like ", ־." or ƴϿ, .

 

"() ־?'

 

(At the shop)

Clerk: Excuse me, may I help you?

Mey:  Do you have a battery?

Clerk: Wait a minute please. (a minute later)

          I'm sorry. We don't have any.

Mey:  Do you have a notebook?

Clerk: Yes, we do.

          I'll find it for you.

 

 

: 帱?

:       () ־?

:       ٸ.

              ̾ؿ. . ()

:       å() ־? (̽)

:       ־.

              ã ٰԿ.

 

Key words and expressions

-ִ:     (to) help

-͵帮:  honorific expression of 'ִ١

-:        a battery

-Ŀ:           a marker

-ã:           (to) find

- ٸ: Wait a minute please.

 

Grammar Tip

- Noun with consonant ending + () ־.

(: å() ־.)

- Noun with vowel ending + () ־.

(: 찳() ־.)

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