|The phone rings. You pick it up. What do you say?
|There are two ways of saying “Thank you” in Korean.
|When you meet your instructor for the first time in the morning, you say…
|There are two ways of saying “I’m sorry” in Korean.
|You went to a business meeting and met a person for the first time from another company. What would you say to this person after you have been introduced to him/her?
|What do you say to a person whom you’ve wanted to meet desperately? You are really glad to meet the person.
|Your visitor is leaving your house. What would the visitor say to you?
|Someone visits your house. Welcome the person by saying…
|You go and see your instructor during the office hour. The instructor asks you to come in and sit down.
|Your visitor is leaving your house. What would you say to him/her?
|You are told some unusual news. How might you express your surprise?
|You enter an office and you cannot find a secretary or anyone else. You would say this to gather someone’s attention.
|You can also say this when you leave the office.
|Someone offers you a cup of coffee but you do not want to drink anything. What would you say?
|Before you leave your instructor’s office, you could also say this instead of good-bye.
|Upon hearing this, your instructor says…