these are important words

how to help sick bee!!

is bee on ground? is bee not moving much?? is bee tired??? help sick bee!!!

  • use paper to pick up bee!
    slide slowly under little bumbly legs and little bumbly body until bee is fully on paper

  • bring bee inside to open window or open door!!!
    when bee is better, bee will fly out!

  • make sugar water for bee!
    mix two (2) to three (3) tablespoons of sugar (can be normal sugar or organic sugar! no artificial, no diet sweetener, no sweetener, just sugar!!!!! no honey either!!!!!!) with one (1) tablespoon of water! stir until sugar dissolves!!!!

  • put sugar water on plate or spoon for bee!
    give to bee! put bee on clean parts of plate or hold spoon near bee! if bee gets stuck in sugar water, use paper to help them get unstuck!

  • let bee drink and rest!!!!!

  • can put a bowl / plate / container of sugar water outside for other bees!!!!! use same two to one (2:1) or three to one (3:1) ratio for mix!!!!!
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Hey so this is a really long shot but my cat is lost. I depend on her for so much. She’s the living embodiment of my fight for mental stability, I adopted her exactly a year after I was released from the hospital after threatening suicide. She means so much to me and she’s lost because my dad let her out of the house when she was annoying him. I live in Plymouth Minnesota. It’s cold as fuck here and it’s supposed to snow tonight. Please try to get the word around.

Essential Vocabulary to remember

There are so many words in Korean, however, it is very hard to remember all of them. This is a list of words that I think are essential and that I should always remember. To memorize them just read this everyday. I’ll be adding more whenever I find new words, so keep checking this post for updates. Feel free to use this as a reference as well!

Greetings + Farewells:

  • 안녕히 가세요: Good-bye! (to one who is leaving). Tip: 가 means go.
  • 안녕히 계세요: Good-bye! (to one who is staying). 
  • 수고하십니다: Hello! (to someone working)
  • 수고하세요: Good-bye! (to someone working)
  • 수고하셨어요: Thank you for helping me or Well done!
  • 여보세요: Hello! or Hey there! (Hello on the telephone, or when peering into a dark house. Also means Look here!)
  • 만나서 반갑습니다: Nice to meet you; nice to see you.
  • 처음뵙겠습니다: Pleased to make your acquaintance.
  • 또 뵙겠습니다: See you later! (Formal).
  • 또 봐요: See you later! (Polite).
  • 어서 오세요: Welcome!
  • 들어 오세요: Come in!
  • 앉으세요: Please take a seat/sit down.
  • 어떻게 지내세요?: How are you doing?
  • 잘 지내요: I am fine.
  • 그저 그래요: So-so.
  • 모든 것이 괜찮습니다!: It’s all good!
  • 이름이 뭐예요?: What is your name?
  • 성함이 어떻게 되서요?: What is you name? (Formal)
  • 어디에서 오셨어요?: Where are you from?
  • 나는 (insert country here) 사람이에요: I am (insert country here) person.
  • 나 는(insert country + 에) 살고 있습니다: I live in (interest country here).

Apologies:

  • 실례햅니다: Excuse me (for what I’m doing).
  • 실례했습니다: Excuse me (for what I did).
  • 실례하겠습니다: Excuse me (for what I’m about to do).
  • 미안합니다 or 죄송합니다: I’m Sorry or Excuse me.
  • 아니오, 괜찮아요: Not at all, it’s alright; No, thanks. 

Thank you + No problem

  • 고맙습니다: Thank you.
  • 감사합니다: Thank you.
  • 천만에요 or 뭘요: You’re welcome! or Don’t mention it!

Good to remember if you’re ever speaking to a Korean person:

  • 듣기만 하세요: Just listen , please.
  • 따라 하세요: Please repeat (after me).
  • 다 같이: All together.
  • 다시 한번: One more time.
  • 말하세요: Please answer.
  • 다시 말씀해 주세요: Please say it for me again. Please repeat.
  • 크게 말씀해 주세요: Please say it loudly.
  • 천천히 말씀해 주세요: Please say it slowly.
  • 한국말로 하세요: Please say it in Korean.
  • 영어로 하지 마세요: Please don’t say it in English.
  • 알겠어요?: Do you understand?
  • 네, 알겠어요: Yes, I understand.
  • 아니오, 모르겠어요: No, I don’t understand.
  • 질문 있어요?: Any questions?
  • 네, 있어요: Yes, I have/Yes, there are.
  • 아니오,없어요: No, I haven’t.
  • 십 분만 쉽시다: Let’s rest for ten minutes.
  • 늦어서 죄송합니다: Sorry I’m late.
  • “Insert word here” 한국어로 뭐예요?: How do you say “insert word here” in Korean?
  • “Insert Korean word here” 이라고 해요: You say “insert Korean word here.”
  • 이 게 뭐예요?: What is this?
  • 이 건 제 거 예요: This is my thing.
  • 그 건 제 거 예요: That is my thing.
  • (Insert name here)는 어디에 있어요?: Where is (insert name here).
  • 제 (Insert object name here)이 어디에 있어요?: Where is my (insert object name here).
  • 화장실이 어디에 있어요?: Where is the toilet?
  • 저는 돼지고기가 안 먹어요: I don’t eat pork.
  • 저는 돼지고기가 못 먹어요: I can’t eat pork.

Ways to connect sentences:

  • 그래서: And so…, And then…, Therefore…
  • 그래도: Even so…, Nevertheless
  • 그리고: And also…, And then…
  • 그런데: But…, And then…, By the way… 

People:

  • 교수(님): Professor (honorific)
  • 선생(님): Teacher (honorific)
  • 박사(님): Dr., Ph.D (honorific)
  • 외교관: Diplomat
  • 사람: Person
  • 아내 or 집사람: Wife (my)
  • 부인: Wife (your/his)
  • 남편: Husband
  • 친구: Friend
  • 학생: Student
  • 가수: Singer
  • 씨: Polite title for name
  • 어머니: Mother
  • 아버지: Father
  • 부모(님): Parents (honorific)
  • 아이 ~ 애: Child
  • 아기 ~ 애기: Baby
  • 아저씨: Mister (way of referring to or addressing a man old enough to be married).
  • 아가씨: Young Lady (way to referring to or address an unmarried young woman).
  • 남자: Man
  • 남자친구: Boyfriend
  • 여자: Woman
  • 여자친구: Girlfriend

Things or objects:

  • 제폼: Manufactured good(s)
  • 수입폼: Imported goods
  • 신문: Newspaper
  • 잡지: Magazine
  • 책: Book
  • 공책: Notebook
  • 분필: Chalk
  • 연필: Pencil
  • 볼펜: Ball pen 
  • 펜: Pen
  • 종이: Paper
  • 칠판: Blackboard
  • 우산: Umbrella
  • 성냠: Matches
  • 담배: Cigarettes 
  • 전부: The whole thing, total
  • 다: All, everything
  • 전부다: Everything, all of it
  • 말: Language, words
  • 책상: Desk
  • 상: Table
  • 그림: Picture
  • 의자: Chair
  • 창문: Window
  • 문: Door, gate
  • 나무: Tree
  • 가방: Bag, briefcase

Places:

  • 집: House, home
  • 학교: School
  • 대학교: University
  • 교실: Classroom
  • 방: Room
  • 서점: Bookstore
  • 기숙사: Dormitory, residence hall
  • 학생회관: Student union [building]
  • 회장실: Toilet, restroom, bathroom, washroom
  • 대사관: Embassy
  • 영사관: Consulate 
  • 건물: Building
  • 시청: City Hall
  • 공원: Park
  • 들판: Field
  • 백화점: Department Store
  • 시장: Marker
  • 정문: Main gate (e.g., of a university)
  • 근처: Vicinity 
  • 가게: Shop, store
  • 역: Train station
  • 차고: Garage
  • 여기: Here
  • 거기: There
  • 저기: Over there
  • 어디: Where

Other Items:

  • 얼마: How many? How much?
  • 천: Thousand
  • 원: Korean money unit
  • 돈: Money
  • 바로: Just, right (below, above, etc.), straight (adverb)
  • 있어요: It exists, there is/are
  • 없어요: It does not exist, there is not/aren’t
  • 주세요: Please give

Miscellaneous Vocabulary:

  • 나: I
  • 우리: We, our
  • 누가: Who? (as subject)
  • 누구: Who? (non-subject)
  • 무엇, 뭐: What?
  • 아니에요: No; it is not
  • 그렇지만: But
  • 그러면: Then, in that case, if so
  • 그럼: Then, in that case
  • 이 NOUN: This NOUN
  • 그 NOUN: That NOUN
  • 저 NOUN: Yon NOUN, That NOUN [way] over there
  • 무슨 NOUN: Which/what kind of NOUN?
  • 어느 NOUN: Which/what (one/NOUN)?
  • 곳: Place
  • 분: Person (honorific)

Place Nouns:

  • 안에: Inside (안 tends to mean the inside of loosely filled spaces: a room, a building, a garden…)
  • 속에: Inside (속 tends to mean the inside of things which are normally well filled or which are easily filled up: a suitcase, a drawer…)
  • 밖에: Outside
  • 위에: Above, over, on (top)
  • 밑에: At the bottom, below under(neath)
  • 아래 (에): Below, lower, down (에 is not pronounced)
  • 앞에: In front
  • 뒤에: At the back; behind
  • 근처에: Near, in the vicinity of
  • 옆에: Next to, beside
  • 편 (or 쪽에): Side, direction
  • 왼편 ~ 쪽에: On the left
  • 오른편 ~ 쪽에: On the right
  • 맞은편에: Across from, opposite
  • 건너편에: Across from, opposite
  • 사이에: Between

Animals:

  • 개: Dog
  • 고양이: Cat

Other:

  • 그래요?: Is that so? Really?
  • 그래요: That’s so. Really.
  • 항상: Always.
  • 많아요: Many.
  • 큰: Big
  • 뭘 찾아요?: What are you looking for?

Vocabulary from Elementary Korean Second Edition

Important PSA from Yana

Quick translation:

“Like I tweeted recently, Japanese culture and the culture of other countries are different, the way they reply [to my tweets] or their stance on fan activities are different, too, and I don’t think any of this is wrong. However, regardless of country [of origin], revealing any new information of Kuroshitsuji before the 18th is not official, but illegal. I’d be glad if people understand that such action is wrong. - Toboso.”


Update:

Update2:

I think this is really important so I’d appreciate it if people who are fluent in other languages like Spanish/Portuguese/Arabic/French/Chinese/Vietnamese/etc could translate this post and share it on their local fan forum, twitter, FB and so on :)


Update3:

Thanks @vvlin91 for helping me out with the wording!<3



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