Intermediate - Lesson 1 - Learning the Days of the Week Lesson


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In Korean the names of the days of the week are simple to memorize and the word structure works just like english. The word for day in korean is Yoil (Yo-eel) and just like english the word day goes at the end of the word. Example: Monday. So in korean its the same thing. Example: Wolyoil.

Sunday---Ilyoil (Eel-yoh-eel) 

Monday---Wolyoil (Wole-yoh-eel) 

Tuesday---Hwayoil (Wha-yoh-eel) 

Wednesday---Suyoil (Suu-yoh-eel) 

Thursday---Mokyoil (Mo-kyoh-eel) 

Friday---Kumyoil (Kume-yoh-eel) 

Saturday---Toyoil (Toe-yoh-eel) 




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