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TTMIK Level 8 Lesson 5 - PDF



Welcome to the first lesson in the Advanced Situation Expressions series. Throughout this series, we will take a look at common situations and some of the advanced expressions you can use in each of them. In this lesson, we will introduce various expressions you can use when you want to refuse or say no to something.

1.
괜찮아요. = It’s okay (even if you don’t offer it to me).
괜찮습니다. (same as above but more formal)
저는 괜찮습니다. = I’m good. / I’m okay. / I’m fine without it.

2.
아니에요. = No (you don’t have to). / No (I don’t need it).
아닙니다. (same as above but more formal)

3.
됐어요. = Don’t worry about it. / I don’t need that. / I’m all set even without it.
됐습니다. (same as above but more formal)

4.
생각이 없어요. = (when offered food) I am not hungry. / I’m fine. / No, thanks.
생각이 없습니다. (same as above but more formal)

5.
안 그러셔도 괜찮아요. = You don’t have to do that. / Please don’t bother to do that.
안 그러셔도 괜찮습니다. (same as above but more formal)

6.
곤란해요. = It’s difficult and embarrassing. / I can’t do it.
곤란합니다. (same as above but more formal)
지금은 좀 곤란합니다. = I can’t do it now.
이러시면 곤란합니다. = You shouldn’t do this. / You are making things difficult for me by doing this.

7.
안 돼요. = No, I can’t. / No, you can’t. / It doesn’t work. / It’s not allowed.
안 됩니다. (same as above but more formal)
이러시면 안 됩니다. = You shouldn’t do this. / You can’t do this.
안 될 것 같습니다. = I think this will be a problem. / I think you shouldn’t do it.

8.
이러지 마세요. = Don’t do this.

9.
어려울 것 같습니다. = I don’t think I can do it. / I think it will be difficult. / I think it will be impossible.




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TTMIK Level 8 Lesson 5


Welcome to the first lesson in the Advanced Situation Expressions series. Throughout this series, we will take a look at common situations and some of the advanced expressions you can use in each of them. In this lesson, we will introduce various expressions you can use when you want to refuse or say no to something.

1.
괜찮아요. = It’s okay (even if you don’t offer it to me).
괜찮습니다. (same as above but more formal)
저는 괜찮습니다. = I’m good. / I’m okay. / I’m fine without it.

2.
아니에요. = No (you don’t have to). / No (I don’t need it).
아닙니다. (same as above but more formal)

3.
됐어요. = Don’t worry about it. / I don’t need that. / I’m all set even without it.
됐습니다. (same as above but more formal)

4.
생각이 없어요. = (when offered food) I am not hungry. / I’m fine. / No, thanks.
생각이 없습니다. (same as above but more formal)

5.
안 그러셔도 괜찮아요. = You don’t have to do that. / Please don’t bother to do that.
안 그러셔도 괜찮습니다. (same as above but more formal)

6.
곤란해요. = It’s difficult and embarrassing. / I can’t do it.
곤란합니다. (same as above but more formal)
지금은 좀 곤란합니다. = I can’t do it now.
이러시면 곤란합니다. = You shouldn’t do this. / You are making things difficult for me by doing this.

7.
안 돼요. = No, I can’t. / No, you can’t. / It doesn’t work. / It’s not allowed.
안 됩니다. (same as above but more formal)
이러시면 안 됩니다. = You shouldn’t do this. / You can’t do this.
안 될 것 같습니다. = I think this will be a problem. / I think you shouldn’t do it.

8.
이러지 마세요. = Don’t do this.

9.
어려울 것 같습니다. = I don’t think I can do it. / I think it will be difficult. / I think it will be impossible.




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