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Translation "commands" cards for young students
« on: April 30, 2015, 02:31:47 pm »
I made these cards to use with my first and second graders because they always spoke Korean to me and didn't understand when I told them in Korean "I can't speak Korean."

Command cards can be printed out and laminated and used with young students.

Good luck!


Re: Translation "commands" cards for young students
« Reply #1 on: May 01, 2015, 01:00:17 am »
1) "It's OK" should probably "괜찮아요"

좋아요 means "It's good"; it means "It's ok" if you're referring to something you like/enjoy.

It would be really weird to have a kid ask to go to the restroom and you showed "좋아요."

괜찮아요 means to be OK/alright.

2) And as this implies "It doesn't matter" doesn't mean "괜찮아요"; it only can where "it doesn't matter" means "It's OK."