Learning Korean with your family? Here are six phrases in Korean that you can use when reading together! Be sure to pick and choose which phrases work best for your family!
Would you like to read together?
Would you like to read together? (honorific)
어떤 책 읽고 싶어?
eo-ddeon chaek eel-goh seep-eo?
Which book do you want to read?
어떤 책 읽고 싶어요?
eo-ddeon chaek eel-goh seep-eo-yo?
Which book do you want to read? (honorific)
Did you like the book? (Did (you) enjoy the book?)
Did you like the book? (Did (you) enjoy the book?) (honorific)
I liked the book.
I liked the book. (honorific)
같이 책 읽는 거 너무 좋아.
gah-chee chaek eel-neun geo neo-moo joh-ah.
I love reading books with you. (In Korean, I love reading together.)
같이 책 읽는 거 너무 좋아요.
gah-chee chaek eel-neun geo neo-moo joh-ah-yo.
I love reading books with you. (In Korean, I love reading together.) (honorific)
우리는 매일 다 같이 책 읽어.
woo-lee-neun mae-eel dah gah-chee chaek eel-geo.
We read together every day.
우리는 매일 다 같이 책 읽어요.
woo-lee-neun mae-eel dah gah-chee chaek eel-geo-yo.
We read together every day. (honorific)
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