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IPA Hangeul Vowels

/ʌ/ (up) /ə:/ (teacher) /ɔ:/ (door) /u/ (shoot) /ʊ/ (good)

/ɪ/ (ship) /e/ (bed) /ɒ/ (on)

IPA Hangeul Consonants

/ɡ/ (go) /n/ (now) /d/ (dog) /r, l/ (red) /m/ (man)

/b/ (boat) /s/ (see) /ŋ/ (sing) /dʒ/ (June) /tʃ/ (cheese)

/k/ (car) /t/ (tea) /p/ (pea) /h/ (hat) /ʃ/ (shall)

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1 - / geot (noun) a thing, an object (2390x)

은 내 휴대폰이야.

This thing is my mobile phone.


2 - / hada (verb) to do, to make

- 15799x; - 39685x

는 일은 학생들을 르치는 일 입니.

What I do is teaching students.


3 - / itda (verb) to be (in a place), exist, have

[[다 - 39685x

그는 지금 집에 .

He is at home now.


4 - / itda [assistant v.] to be (in a state)

그녀는 버스를 기리며 그곳에 서 .

She is standing there, waiting for the bus.


5 - 되 / doeda (verb) to become

그는 그 원했던 대로 교사 되었.

He became a teacher as he wanted.


6 - 수 / su (noun) way, means, possibility

그 일이 그렇게 될 수는 없습니.

There is no possibility that the work would be done like that.


7 - 같 / gatda (adjective) (to be) the same, (to be) like or similar, (to be) probably so

오늘의 날는 어제와 같.

The weather today is the same as yesterday.


8 - 나 / na (noun) I

나는 어제 여기에 도착했어.

I arrived here yesterday.


9 - 그 / geu [pron.] he

저를 도와줬던 사람이에요.

He is the one who helped me.


10 - 아니 / anida (adjective) not be

은 제 주문했던 이 아니에요.

This is not what I ordered.

11 - 보 / boda (verb) to see, look at, watch, read

나는 어제 그 영화를 봤.

I watched the movie yesterday.

12 - 등 / deung (noun) back

그는 바로 내 등 뒤에 서 .

He stood right behind my back.

13 - 때 / ttae (noun) time, an occasion, the time when

어렸을 때 이 마을로 이사를 왔.

When I was young, I moved to this town.

14 - 거 / geo (noun) thing, that which, what

그 일은 그녀 한 거예요.

That is what she did.

15 - / gada (verb) to go

(넌) 지난 주말에 어디에 갔었니?

Where did you go last weekend?

16 - 주 / juda (verb) to give

저 책 좀 저에게 줄래요?

Would you give that book to me, please?

17 - 대 / daehada (verb) to respond to

나를 대는 태도 마음에 들지 않는.

I do not like his responding attitude towards me.

18 - 년 / nyeon (noun) year

(당신은) 몇 년도에 한국에 왔어요?

What year did you come to Korea?

19 - 한 / han (noun) one, (before a numeral) about, around

너는 여기에 올 때 딱 한 개만 지고 오면 돼.

You can bring just one when you come.

20 - 말 / mal (noun) word, speech

그의 말을 잘 들어 봐.

Please, listen to his word.

21 - 일 / il (noun) work, job, business, matter

그녀 는 일은 무엇이죠?

What is her job?

22 - 이 / i [pron.] this

이 책이 당신에게 많은 도움이 될 입니.

This book will be helpful for you.

23 - 때문에 / ttaemune (noun) Because of, Because

그 소음 때문에 잠을 잘 수 없었.

I could not sleep because of the noise.

24 - 말 / malhada (verb) to speak, to talk, to say

기 전에 빨리 여기를 떠나자.

Let’s leave here before he speaks.

25 - 위 / wihada (verb) to help or benefit, to do for the sake of, for the purpose of

군인들은 자신들의 나라를 위해 그 일을 한.

The soldiers do it for (the sake of) their country.

26 - 그러나 / geureona (adverb) but, however

그는 7시까지 여기에 오기로 약속을 했. 그러나 그는 오지 않았.

He promised to come here by seven, but he didn’t.

27 - 오 / oda (verb) to come

너는 내일 몇 시에 올 수 어?

What time can you come tomorrow?

28 - 알 / alda (verb) to know, understand

오늘 제 생일이라는 을 그들도 아나요?

Do they also know that today is my birthday?

29 - / ssi (noun) sir or madam, Mr. or Ms.

민호 는 어디 출신이에요?

Mr. Minho, where are you from?

30 - 그렇 / geureota (adjective) to be correct, to be really so

선생님이 너 오늘 학교에 안 왔셨는데 정말 그랬니?

Your teacher told me that you didn’t come to your school. Is this correct?

31 - 크 / keuda (adjective) big, large, great, tall

그 케이크는 정말 크.

The cake is very big

32 - 또 / tto (adverb) also, again

그는 또 지을 했.

He was late again.

33 - 사회 / sahoe (noun) society

그는 이 사회에서 아주 중요한 역할을 맡고 어요.

He takes an important role in this society.

34 - 많은 / maneun (adjective) many, much, a lot of, plentiful

이번 행사에 많은 사람들이 모여 들었.

Many people gathered for this event.

35 - 안 / an (adverb) not

그녀는 오늘 숙제를 안 했.

She did not do her homework today.

36 - 좋 / jota (adjective) good, great, excellent, nice

오늘 날 정말 좋.

The weather is really good today.

37 - 더 / deo (adverb) more

음식 좀 더 드릴까요?

Do you want more food?

38 - 받 / batda (verb) to receive, take, obtain

너 어제 내 보낸 메시지 받았니?

Did you receive my message yesterday?

39 - 그 / geugeot [pron.] that

은 제 이 아닙니.

That is not mine.

40 - 집 / jip (noun) house, home

이 집의 격은 너무 비쌉니.

This house is too expensive.

41 - 나오 / naoda (verb) to come out

그는 별을 보기 위해 밖으로 나왔.

He came out to see stars.

42 - 따르 / ttareuda (verb) to follow

여러분들은 선생님의 지시사항을 잘 따라야 합니.

You need to follow the instructions of your teacher.

43 - 그리고 / geurigo (adverb) and, also, in addition

은 제 그린 입니. 그리고 저은 지수 그린 입니.

This is what I drew and that is what Jisoo drew.

44 - 문제 / munje (noun) problem, question

우리는 해결해야 할 많은 문제들을 지고 습니.

We have a lot of problems to be solved.

45 - 그런 / geureon determiner like that, such

나는 그런 경험이 별로 없.

I do not have any experience like that.

46 - 살 / salda (verb) to live, to be alive, to dwell

저는 서울에서 살아요.

I live in Seoul.

47 - 저 / jeo [pron.] (humble, formal, polite) the first person deferential singular pronoun, I

저는 이제 곧 19살이 됩니.

I will be 19 years old soon.

48 - 척 / cheokhada (verb) to pretend

강아지는 무서워서 죽은 척했어요.

The dog pretended to be dead because it was scared.

49 - 생 / saenggakhada (verb) to think

그는 그 문제에 대해 어떻게 생니?

What does he think of the issue?

50 - 모르 / moreuda (verb) not to know, to be ignorant of

나는 그의 전화번호를 모른.

I do not know his phone number.

51 - 속 / sok (noun) the inside

그 상자 속에 찾고 는 게 어요.

What you are looking for is in the inside of the box.

52 - 만들 / mandeulda (verb) to make, establish

저는 친구에게 주려고 종이 비행기를 만들었어요.

I made a paper airplane for my friend.

53 - 곳 / kot (noun) place

저는 컴퓨터를 둘 곳을 찾고 어요.

I am looking for a place to put a computer.

54 - 두 / du [num.] two

오늘은 두 사람만 이곳을 방문했어요.

Only two people came here today.

55 - 앞 / ap (noun) fore, former, front

앞으로 나오세요.

Please come to the front.

56 - 경우 / gyeongu (noun) conditions, circumstances, case, event

그럴 경우에는 게임이 연기될 수 나요?

In the case of it being so, could the game be postponed?

57 - 중 / jung [n] amongst, in the course of, during

그 중에서 장 좋아는 노래는 뭐에요?

What is your favorite song amongst them?

58 - 어떤 / eotteon determiner which, what kind of, some, any, certain, of a certain kind

어떤 선택이든 확실한 은 없.

Any choice is not certain.

59 - 잘 / jal (adverb) be good at, well, often, at a good time

그는 매운 음식을 잘 먹어요.

He’s good at eating spicy food.

60 - 그녀 / geunyeo [pron.] she

그녀는 저에게 이 선물을 주었어요.

She gave me this present.

61 - 먹 / meokda (verb) to eat, have, grow older

오늘 아침에 뭐 먹었어요?

What did you eat for breakfast?

62 - 자신 / jasin (noun) one’s body, oneself

피터는 자신이 끄러운 줄 알아야해.

Peter ought to be ashamed of himself

63 - 문화 / munhwa (noun) culture, civilization

저는 이곳의 문화에 익숙지 않아요.

I am not familiar with the culture here.

64 - 원 / won (noun) won (the official currency of South Korea), circle

이 책의 격은 12,000원입니.

The price of this book is 12,000 won.

65 - 생 / saenggak (noun) idea, thought

그거 정말 좋은 생이네요.

That is a good idea.

66 - 어떻 / eotteota (adjective) (to be) in what state, (to be) how

최근에 구입한 새 핸드폰은 어때요?

How is the new mobile phone that you have purchased recently?

67 - 명 / myeong (noun) counter for people

오늘은 10명이 참석할 예정입니.

Today 10 people are going to participate in the conference.

68 - 통 / tonghada (verb) to pass through, to communicate, to use as a medium

저는 그녀와 이야기 잘 통해요.

I can communicate with her well.

69 - 그러 / geureoda (verb) to do so, do it, say so

그는 여기에 온고 그랬어요.

He said that he would come here.

70 - 소리 / sori (noun) sound, voice,

음악 소리 너무 커요.

The sound of music is too loud.

71 - 시 / dasi (adverb) again, once more

시 말해 줄 수 나요?

Can you please say that again?

72 - 른 / dareun determiner different, other

을 볼 수 을까요?

Can I see a different thing?

73 - 이런 / ireon determiner like this, such

이런 물건을 또 사오지 마세요.

Please, do not buy the stuff like this again.

74 - 여자 / yeoja (noun) woman, girl, lady, female

저희 족 중에 여자는 세 명 습니.

Among my family members, there are three women.

75 - 개 / gae (noun) dog

너는 개를 좋아니?

Do you like dogs?

76 - 정도 / jeongdo (noun) degree, extent, an approximate amount

이 아파트의 임대료는 어느 정도의 금액인요?

What is an approximate amount of the rent for this apartment?

77 - 뒤 / dwi (noun) back, latter, rear, afterward, behind

열쇠는 바로 네 뒤에 어.

The key is right behind you.

78 - 듣 / deutda (verb) to listen, hear, take a course

지금 제 말 잘 들리나요?

Can you hear me now?

79 - / da (adverb) all, completely

이거 네 먹었니?

Did you eat all of these?

80 - 좀 / jom (adverb) a little, somewhat, a little while, a short time

시 전화 드리겠습니.

I’ll call you back in little later.

81 - 들 / deulda (verb) to cost, be spent, hold, carry

여기에 오는 데 이천 원이 들었어요.

It cost me 2,000 won to be here.

82 - 싶 / sipda (adjective) to desire, want

저는 정말 설악산에 보고 싶어요.

I really want to go to Mt. Seorak.

83 - 보이 / boida (verb) to be seen, be shown, show, be visible

너는 저기 판이 보이니?

Is that sign visible to you?

84 - / gajida (verb) to have, possess

너는 차를 지고 니?

Do you have a car?

85 - 함께 / hamkke (adverb) together

저희와 함께 영화보러 갈래요?

Would you go to a movie together with us?

86 - 아이 / ai (noun) child

이 아이는 엄마를 기리고 어요.

This child is waiting for his mom.

87 - 지나 / jinada (verb) to pass

도로 너무 좁아서 차들이 지나지를 못했.

The road was so narrow that cars were unable to pass.

88 - 많이 / mani (adverb) a lot, in abundance

나는 그 노래를 많이 들었.

I have listened to that song a lot.

89 - 시 / sigan (noun) time, hour

이번 주말에 시 좀 내서 제 방을 청소해야 겠어요.

I should spend some time cleaning my room this weekend.

90 - 너 / neo [pron.] you (informal)

너는 언제터 요리는 법을 배우기 시작했니?

When did you start learning how to cook?

91 - 인 / ingan (noun) people, humanity, person, mankind, human

모든 인은 불완전.

All humans are fallible.

92 - 사실 / sasil (noun) fact, reality, truth

거짓말지 마. 나는 그 사실을 알고 싶어.

Please, don’t lie to me. I want to know the truth.

93 - 나 / nada (verb) to be born, appear, arise, occur, break out, come out

잘 안 나왔어요.

The result did not come out well.

94 - 이렇 / ireota (adjective) (to be) like this, in this way

이렇게 면 사람들이 담배를 덜 피울 입니.

In this way, there will be less people smoking.

95 - 어머니 / eomeoni (noun) mom, mother

저희 어머니께서 차를 파시려고 는데요.

My mother wants to sell her car.

96 - 눈 / nun (noun) eye, vision, snow

나는 눈에 안약을 한 방울 넣었.

I put a drop of medicine in my eye.

97 - 뭐 / mwo [pron.] what

이게 뭐예요?

What is this?

98 - 점 / jeom (noun) a point, spot, aspect

그 점을 반드시 기억해야 합니.

You have to remember that point.

99 - 의 / uihada (verb) to be due to, to accord with, to be pursuant to

유효지 않은 문자에 의해서 이러한 문제 발생할 수도 습니.

This may be due to invalid characters.

100 - 시대 / sidae (noun) historical age or period

이 풍습은 조선 시대터 시작된 입니.

The practice dates from the Joseon Dynasty period.


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