여러분, 안녕하세요? Hi, everyone! In our last module, we studied how to introduce shopping areas. In this module, you will learn various expressions you can use when you go shopping. Do you go shopping a lot? What kind of things do you buy most often? How can you say what you want to buy, and how many you want in Korean? First, in this unit, we will study how to tell how much something costs per item. Let's watch a dialogue. Two people are at a store. Listen carefully. What did they say? The costumer asked the shopkeeper how much the apples are. 이 사과 한 개에 얼마예요? How much is one apple? 한 개에 천 원이에요. It's one thousand won for one. Please listen again, 이 사과 한 개에 얼마예요? 한 개에 천 원이에요. Now, let's learn how to ask for and give the price of things. First, we will learn today's vocabulary. 십, ten, 십 백, one hundred, 백 천, one thousand, 천 만, ten thousand, 만 십만, one hundred thousand, 십만 백만, one million, 백만 You learned the numbers from one to hundered in Module 4. Today, you will study larger numbers, starting with 백, one hundred. Next Next, you can make numbers using 천, one thousand. Let's practice together. Next The currency of Korea is the '원', and it is used with the Sino-Korean numbers, '일', '이', '삼'. Let's practice numbers with the word 원. How could we say 'one thousand, two hundred won? It's '천이백 원'. How about 'two thousand, three hundred won'? Right. it's '이천삼백 원'. Try 'three thousand, four hendred won'. That's correct. It's '삼천사백 원'. Now let's look into even larger numbers. We have a separate word for 'ten thousand', 만. So twenty thousand is 이만. Shall we recite together? Let’s practice saying these numbers with the noun '원'. How do you say 'twelve thousand won' in Korean? Yes. '만 이천 원'. Then 'thirty-four thousand won'? That's right. We say '삼만 사천 원'. Let's try one more. 'Fifty-six thousand won'? Right. It's, '오만 육천 원'. Shall we try some that are a little more challenging? 'A hundred thousand won' in Korean is, 십만 원. Then how can you say 'two hundred thousand won'? Right. It's 이십만 원. Then how about 'one million won'? It's 백만 원. Then 'two million won' would be... That's correct. 이백만 원. Can you understand how larger numbers are read now? Now, listen and repeat after me . Let's check your vocabulary. Please look at the picture and say the number in Korean. Now, today's grammar is the particle '에'. '에' is a particle placed after a counting unit or countable noun to show the standard of unit or calculation. Place the particle '에' after the counting unit '개' and say '가방 한 개에 오만원이에요'. This time, the price of one bottle of water is one thousand won. How do you say, 'the water costs one thousand won per bottle'? Yes. '물 한 병에 천원이에요.' How much does the 라면 cost? It's three thousand won for one bowl. So you can say, '라면 한 그릇에 삼천 원이에요'. One serving of 삼겹살 is ten thousand won. So, the correct sentence is, '삼겹살 일 인분에 만원이에요.' Now it's your turn to practice. Make a sentence using the following words. Now listen to the questions and answer. Let's do some speaking practice using the expressions you have learned so far. First, take a look at the dialogue. The customer asked, 이 사과 한 개에 얼마예요? How much is one apple? The shop keeper answered, 한 개에 천 원이에요. It's one thousand won for one. Now listen and repeat after me . This time, please answer my questions. Well done. Now, practice with your friend. Excellent. Now can you answer my question? Very good. You can answer with '한 개에 오천 원이에요', or with, '한 개에 만 원이에요'. Next, we will watch short video clips demonstrating the expressions we have learned. Did you enjoy the video? Today you learned expressions that you can use when you go shopping, particularly, when asking how much something costs per item. Next time, you will learn how to ask for what you want in various shops, like clothing stores and shoe stores. See you next time. 고맙습니다.