- 1 How was the class in Korean?
- 2 How do you say school subjects in Korean?
- 3 What is student called in Korean?
- 4 Is Daebak a slang?
- 5 What does school mean in Korean?
- 6 What subjects are taught in South Korea?
- 7 What are subjects in Korean?
- 8 How long is Korean school day?
- 9 What is Korean PE?
- 10 What is Haksaeng in Korean?
- 11 How do you ask age in Korean?
- 12 What is mashita in Korean?
- 13 What is Aigoo?
- 14 What is a Sunbae?
- 15 What does Aish mean?
How was the class in Korean?
(오늘) 수업 어땠어(요)?
How do you say school subjects in Korean?
How would you say a school subject in Korean? it’s called 과목 [gwa-mok].
What is student called in Korean?
학생 (haksaeng) student (noun) Geunyeoneun daehakssaengimnida.
Is Daebak a slang?
One of the most commonly heard slang words in Korean is daebak (대박). The basic meaning for this word is awesome or amazing. It is also used when you are surprised or shocked about something.
What does school mean in Korean?
Korean Translation. 학교 haggyo. More Korean words for school. 학교 noun.
What subjects are taught in South Korea?
The primary curriculum consists of nine principal subjects: moral education, Korean language, social studies, mathematics, science, physical education, music, fine arts, and practical arts.
What are subjects in Korean?
What subjects do you do? 영어 – English 미술 – Art 수학 – Maths 체육 – Sports / PE 과학 – Science 생물학 – Biology 역사 – History 기술 – Technology 음악 – Music 공부하다 – To study 학교 – School 과목 Kim DingesKorean.
How long is Korean school day?
The school year in South Korea typically runs from March to February. The year is divided into two semesters (March to July and September to February). School days are from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m., but many stay later into the evening. In addition, students help clean up their classroom before leaving.
What is Korean PE?
“physical education” 의 약어, 체육 (Translation of PE from the Cambridge English–Korean Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
What is Haksaeng in Korean?
학생 • (haksaeng) (counter 명(名), hanja 學生) student, scholar, school pupil.
How do you ask age in Korean?
You can also ask someone’s Korean age by using this question: 나이가 어떻게 되세요? (naiga eotteoke doeseyo?) How old are you?
What is mashita in Korean?
맛있다 = (It’s) delicious. / good. See a translation.
What is Aigoo?
Aigoo / 아이구: Geez, oh no, oops. Can be used in many different contexts, but usually it’s used to show frustration.
What is a Sunbae?
Sunbae(선배, 先輩) is a word that refers to people with more experience (at work, school, etc), and hoobae(후배, 後輩) refers to people with less experience. Generally, hoobaes have to use jondaetmal(존댓말, honorific language) to sunbaes, meaning they have to speak very politely and treat them with respect.
What does Aish mean?
Aish is a sound Koreans make when annoyed or upset is what I’ve discovered.