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POEP 22 Kulturens ABC  

Varför Kulturens ABC är världens roligaste podcast, Anna råkar erkänna vad hon egentligen tycker om Alex, Alex råkar erkänna att hon egentligen är säljare. Här finns Kulturens ABC (och det är avsnitt 6: "Löneform Annan" som vi har lyssnat på!)!

TTMIK Level 1 Lesson 5  

TTMIK Level 1 Lesson 5

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After studying with this lesson, you will be able to say things like “A is B(noun).” or “I am ABC(noun).” in polite/formal Korean.

이에요 / 예요 [i-e-yo / ye-yo]

이에요 and 예요 have a similar role to that of the English verb “to be”. The fundamental difference, however, is the sentence structure that they are used in.

English sentence structure:

ABC + [be] + DEF.

** DEF is a noun here.

Ex)

ABC is DEF.

I am ABC.

You are XYZ.

Korean sentence structure:

ABC + DEF + [be]

** DEF is a noun here.

Ex)

이거 ABC예요. [i-geo ABC-ye-yo] = This is ABC.

In English, the verb “to be” is changed to “am” “are” or “is” depending on the subject of the sentence, but in Korean, you decide whether to use 이에요 [i-e-yo] or 예요 [ye-yo] depending on whether the last letter in the previous word ended in a consonant or a vowel. 이에요 and 예요 are very similar and also sound similar so it is not such a big problem if you mix up these two, but it is better to know the correct forms.

When you want to say that ABC “is” DEF in Korean, if the word for “DEF” has a final consonant in the last letter, you add 이에요 [i-e-yo], but if it doesn’t have a final consonant and ends in a vowel, you add 예요 [ye-yo]. This is just to make the pronounciation of the connected part easier, so it will come naturally if you practice with some sample sentences.

Final consonant + 이에요 [i-e-yo]

No final consonant (Only vowel) + 예요 [ye-yo]

Sample sentences

물이에요. = 물 + 이에요 [mul + i-e-yo]

(It’s) water.

가방이에요. = 가방 + 이에요 [ga-bang + i-e-yo]

(It’s) a bag.

사무실이에요. = 사무실 + 이에요 [sa-mu-sil + i-e-yo]

(It’s) an office.

학교예요. = 학교 + 예요 [hak-gyo + ye-yo]

(It’s) a school.

저예요. = 저 + 예요 [jeo + ye-yo]

(It’s) me.

As you can see from the examples above, in Korean, you don’t have to use articles like “a/an” or “the” as in English. So when you look up a noun in your Korean dictionary, you can add 이에요 or 예요 and then it means “It is ABC.” “That is DEF.” “I am XYZ.”
You can also make this a question simply by raising the tone at the end of the sentence.


물이에요. [mul-i-e-yo] = It’s water.

물이에요? [mul-i-e-yo?] = Is that water? Is this water?

학교예요. [hak-gyo-ye-yo] = It’s a school.

학교예요? [hak-yo-ye-yo] = Is it a school? Are you at school now?

뭐 [mwo] = what

뭐예요? [mwo-ye-yo?] = What is it? What’s that?

Ep 55: Who is Aussie Mandy?  
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Beginning with a touching discussion on early motherhood, holocaust survivors and scholarship recipients, Sales and Crabb then have a stab at poetry appreciation. "Look on this podcast, ye mighty, and despair". Thankfully the chat moves on to some new TV and podcast recommendations!

ShownotesMan's Search for Meaning - by Viktor E. FranklProudly Public Awards 2017 - Public Education FoundationThe Rise of Kinship Carers - (ABC 7.30; Reporter: Josie Taylor 2017 May 16)'I'm Probably the Happiest Man you Will Ever Meet': 97-year-old Holocaust survivor, Eddie Jaku - (ABC 7.30; Reporter: Lesley Robinson 2017 May 16)Ozymandias - by ShelleyThe Love Song of J. Alfred Prufrock - T.S. EliotOld Possum's Book of Practical Cats - by T.S. EliotRemembering Mark Colvin - ABC Foreign Correspondent (Available on iView until 30 May 2017) Celia Pacquola - The Looking Glass - One Night StanTom Ballard - The World Keeps Happening - One Night StanSeven Types of Ambiguity – ABC TV Drama  (Available on iView until 1 June 2017) Seven Types of Ambiguity - by Elliot PerlmanThe Green Road – by Anne EnrightThe Gathering – by Anne EnrightTale of Two Cities - By Charles Dickens The Circus: Inside the Greatest Political Show on Earth – ShowtimeTell Me Something I Don't Know - Podcast hosted by Stephen J. Dubner of Freakonomics Radio.This Guy Makes Millions Playing Video Games on YouTube - What?! – by Christopher Zoia (The Atlantic, 2014 Mar 14)
 
S04E08 - Lorteparforholdets ABC  

I dag hygger vi os, og leger en selvopfundet leg: Lorteparforholdets ABC. Ideen og inspirationen fandt vi hos en ny podcast - Voksen ABC. Du kan finde den her og læse meget mere om den, vi vil i hvert fald gerne anbefale den. Podcasten Voksen ABC - https://itunes.apple.com/dk/podcast/voksen-abc-podcast/id1202819406?l=da&mt=2 Vi har dog lavet vores eget spind på ideen, og i denne episode laver vi vores egen ABC - Lorteparforholdets ABC. Hvor vi siger det første ord, der falder os ind, når vi høre a, b, c og så videre. Det er bare lidt sjov. Vi hyggede os max, det håber vi også du gør, når du lytter til vores ABC.

EP 46: Can I interest you in a glass of champagne?  
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It is one week until Christmas and the year is nearly over. Grab a glass of champagne and some snacks and join Crabb and Sales a they discuss the best of 2016. (Hang on! How long is this episode!?)

SHOWNOTESWhen I Get a Minute – ABC iViewThe Book of Mormon – the MusicalHamilton – the MusicalWeiner – the DocumentarySpotlight – Featuring Mark Ruffalo, Michael Keaton, Rachel McAdamsRevenant - Featuring Leonardo DiCaprio The Force Awakens - Star Wars: Episode VII Veep – 2016 Season 4The Americans - Featuring Keri Russell and Matthew RhysBloodline - Featuring: Kyle Chandler and Ben MendelsohnCatastrophe - Fearturing: Sharon Horgan, Katering Show – ABC iViewYou Can’t Ask That – ABC iViewSlate Podcasts Bowraville Podcast – via the AustralianPhoebe’s Fall – via the Age‘A horrific thing': the death of the Manrique-Lutz family -  by Ava Benny-Morrison  (SMH Good Weekend - Dec 17 2016)My Dad Wrote a Porno – PodcastThe Dollop - Podcast [Special mention: Fed Ex Fight 705 episode & The Rube episode] Revisionist History - Podcast  [Special mention: The Big Man Can’t Shoot episode]The Cook's Companion - by Stephanie Alexander The Cook’s Table - by Stephanie AlexanderCommunity - by Hetty McKinnonNeighbourhood - by Hetty McKinnoonHow to make Guillaume Brahimi's Raspberry and Pistachio Trifle (via SMH Good Food - Dec 9 2016)Jamie Oliver's Christmas cake - with lots of fruit and lots of booze‘Asian-style cured trout with rice paper crackers’ : Gourmet Traveller (Australia) - December / Christmas edition 2016 (Note: recipe is currently available in the hardcopy only) The Cook and the Baker - by Cherie Bevan, Tass TauroaCommonwealth - by Ann PatchettThe Girls - by Emma ClineOlivia Newton-John and John Farnham together again - Interviewed by Leigh Sales (via ABC 7.30) - Twitter photo: “You look like the members of a cult, but quite a nice one with good, wholesome food”Spaghetti Tree - RestaurantThe Dry - by Jane HarperOur Souls at Night – by Kent HarufMy Name Is Lucy Barton - by Elizabeth StroutThe Swans of Fifth Avenue - by Melanie BenjaminFlesh Wounds - by Richard Glover Everywhere I Look - by Helen GarnerA Room of One's Own - by Virginia WoolfOld Possum's Book of Practical Cats - by T.S. Eliot Macavity: The Mystery Cat - by T.S. EliotMacavity in Cats: the Musical - by Andrew Lloyd Weber (via YouTube)Man's Search for Meaning - by Viktor E. FranklThe Official History of ASIO (3 Volumes)
-  Spy Catchers - 1949-1963
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Kulturens roll i valdebatten: Från bronsbyster till gerillastickare 10/9-2010  

Idag utgår Kino till förmån för ett program i Kulturradions tema om "Kulturens roll i valdebatten". Programmet heter Från bronsbyster till gerillastickare (sänds 10/9-2010) Vilket samhälle vill konstnärerna ha, vilket försöker de fånga och vilket kan de mista? Finns Mills och Marx i samtidskonsten? Kulturredaktionens Lisa Bergström undersöker de politiska rötterna i samtidens fiktiva dröm- och mardrömsvärldar. Till sin hjälp tar hon konstnärerna Anna Odell och Mattias van Arkel som får i uppdrag att bygga en utopi, ackompanjerade av altsaxofonisten Maria Arnqvist, sedan får idéhistorikern Stefan Jonsson utvärdera utopibygget. Men vi möter också konstnären Anna Stina Erlandsson, filosofen Fanny Strömbäck, den aktive politikern Åke Bjurhamn, medieprofessorn Bo Reimer med flera. Idag utgår Kino till förmån för ett program i Kulturradions tema om "Kulturens roll i valdebatten". Programmet heter Från bronsbyster till gerillastickare (sänds 10/9-2010) Vilket samhälle vill konstnärerna ha, vilket försöker de fånga och vilket kan de mista? Finns Mills och Marx i samtidskonsten? Kulturredaktionens Lisa Bergström undersöker de politiska rötterna i samtidens fiktiva dröm- och mardrömsvärldar. Till sin hjälp tar hon konstnärerna Anna Odell och Mattias van Arkel som får i uppdrag att bygga en utopi, ackompanjerade av altsaxofonisten Maria Arnqvist, sedan får idéhistorikern Stefan Jonsson utvärdera utopibygget. Men vi möter också konstnären Anna Stina Erlandsson, filosofen Fanny Strömbäck, den aktive politikern Åke Bjurhamn, medieprofessorn Bo Reimer med flera.

Kulturens ABC mashup!  

Vi har bjudit in de fantastiska människorna Cecilia Suhaid Gustafsson och Cajsa Stina Forssberg från podden Kulturens ABC. Vi snackar dejting, Tinder, att vara tjock, Cajsas bipolaritet och mycket mer. Och vi gör det (till Cissis lycka) samtidigt som vi dricker vin. Lyckan är gjord!

EP 45: MISO HORNY  

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Sincerely apologetic about the audio quality from the last episode, Crabb and Sales lock themselves away in a silent office to talk of recent adventures at Parliament House and how great it was to see Helen Garner featured in the New Yorker.  Although it is nice and quiet, there is plenty of clanging going on. JD Vance’s book is discussed, plus what politicians say they will be reading over summer.

SHOWNOTESInside the Commons - BBCJames McGrath Al desko with Annabel Crabb Series 1 Ep 2Royal Menus - Jake Smith’s private collection of historic royal menu cardsLabor in the Kitchen (Note: this is not held in single Australian library, but for anyone super keen, there is one 2nd hand copy for sale in Bendigo!)Deutschland 83 - German-language spy drama (Sundance)Helen Garner's Savage Self-Scrutiny - By James Wood - The New Yorker (12 Dec, 2016)The Spare Room - by Helen GarnerCarpool Karaoke (via YouTube)Crowded House on reuniting after 20 years - Interviewed by Leigh Sales (via ABC 7.30)Timberlake on Trolls, embracing failure and coming to terms with his career - Interviewed by Leigh Sales (via ABC 7.30)Hillbilly Elegy: A Memoir of a Family and Culture in Crisis - by J. D. VanceRevisionist History - a podcast from Malcolm GladwellReading lists corral politicians’ interests, values, ambitions - Troy Bramston - The Australian (6 Dec 2016) (Note: pay wall restricted access)The Cook’s Table - by Stephanie Alexander100 Tweets That Made British People Piss Themselves in 2016 - BuzzFeedReflections on True Friendship - by Andrew O’Hagan - NYT (23 Nov, 2016)Please Like Me - featuring Josh Thomas (via ABC)
#2: The End of the GOP?  

Are we watching the end of the Republican Party as we know it? Our ABC News team examines that question. We hear from GOP lawmakers who are proudly positioning themselves on both sides of the Trump debate. Plus, we speak with a graduate of Trump University – what’s it like on the inside? Finally, never a day off… we hear what life is like on the campaign trail from our reporter embedded with the Hillary Clinton campaign. --- Follow Us: Jonathan Karl, ABC News Chief White House Correspondent (@jonkarl) Rick Klein, ABC News Political Director (@rickklein) Matthew Dowd, ABC News Chief Political Analyst (@matthewjdowd) ABC News Politics (http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/) Twitter: @ABCPolitics ABC News (http://abcnews.go.com/) Twitter: @ABC

Episode 22: Live from San Diego, ABC president Mike Mazzulli & UFC Vice President Jeff Novitzky join the show for candid discussions at the 2015 ABC convention  

Episode 22 - This week, the show is live from the 2015 Association of Boxing Commissions' annual convention in San Diego. First, we talk to the newly-elected president of the ABC Mike Mazzulli and have a candid discussion about the future of combat sports, his agenda as ABC president, and more. Next, UFC Vice President of Athlete and Health Performance Jeff Novitzky joins us to talk about the biggest challenges of his job, the UFC's new anti-doping policy, and much more. Finally, Big John answers your questions and we do our weekly poll: "Do you feel that changes need to be made to the Unified Rules of MMA?" Yes or No. Be sure to submit your answers to our poll questions on our website. You can find the show at www.LetsGetItOnPodcast.com or at facebook.com/letsgetitonpodcast and on Twitter at @PodcastMMA - plus, you can find Big John McCarthy at @JohnMcCarthyMMA and Sean Wheelock at @SeanWheelock

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Ep 57: Love a Spoiler  
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Spoiler alert! Crabb and Sales watch the first episode of the new season of The Americans and tell you all about it. The conclusion: "it has to end in catastrophic doom!!" The chat then turns into a Richard-Fidler-love-fest. Sales reveals that a few years ago she was lucky enough to conduct a rare interview with him about his life. (Brenda has proof on a USB stick).

ShownotesCauliflower, Pear and Blue Cheese Soup - Coles magazine (via Taste.com.au)A Picture of Aunty Jack - in case you can't remember! - (via ABC)The Americans Season 5 - starring Keri Russell and Matthew RhysKeri Russell Discusses ‘The Americans,’ Her Pregnancy and Life at 40 - by Kathryn Shattuck (NYT, 2016 Mar 18)Dropped Names: Famous Men and Women As I Knew Them - by Frank LangellaCosta Ronin - (the actor who plays Oleg Burov in the Americans)The Americans Podcast - by Slate Magazine/Panoply
  - with Costa Ronin
  - Music from the AmericansMy Best Friends Wedding - directed by PJ HoganMy Best Friend’s Wedding director explains flawed original ending - by Ruth Kinane (Entertainment Weekly; 2017 Mar 31)Conversations - with Richard Fidler
  - The Grief Which Haunted President Lincoln - Interview with George Saunders
  - Alone With You - Moments of Personal Connection
  - The Strange Reality of Life with Severe OCD - Interview with Lily BaileyLincoln in the Bardo - by George SaundersBecause We Are Bad - by Lily BaileyPhotographic proof of the 2012 Richard Fidler interview by Leigh Sales - (Found in Brenda's top drawer - unfortunately no longer available for purchase or online)
#3: GOP Ready to Support Donald Trump?  

Will the Republican Party come together to support Donald Trump? Jonathan Karl has intel from party-insiders. Is Marco Rubio’s political career over? One of the most powerful men in the GOP tells us why that may be the case. And was Bernie Sanders' surprising win in Michigan a fluke? Our friends at FiveThirtyEight join us to explain how they got it wrong. --- Follow: Jonathan Karl, ABC News Chief White House Correspondent (@jonkarl) Rick Klein, ABC News Political Director (@rickklein) Matthew Dowd, ABC News Chief Political Analyst (@matthewjdowd) ABC News Politics (http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/) Twitter: @ABCPolitics ABC News (http://abcnews.go.com/) Twitter: @ABC

#1: The Truth Behind Carson's Fruit Salad  

We take the show on the road this week! Jon catches up with Donald Trump after Thursday night's fiery debate in Houston, Ben Carson tells our own Josh Haskell what he meant by "fruit salad," and former Republican presidential nominee Bob Dole makes his own endorsement -- right here on the show! --- Follow Us: Jonathan Karl, ABC News Chief White House Correspondent (@jonkarl) Rick Klein, ABC News Political Director (@rickklein) Matthew Dowd, ABC News Chief Political Analyst (@matthewjdowd) ABC News Politics (http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/) Twitter: @ABCPolitics ABC News (http://abcnews.go.com/) Twitter: @ABC

Pilot: February 19, 2016  

Jonathan Karl interviews Republican presidential candidate Marco Rubio, ABC News legal analyst Dan Abrams stops by to discuss the potential legal battle between GOP candidates Donald Trump and Ted Cruz. --- FOLLOW: Jonathan Karl, ABC News Chief White House Correspondent Twitter: @jonkarl Rick Klein, ABC News Political Director Twitter: @rickklein Matt Dowd, Chief Political Analyst Twitter: @matthewjdowd ABC News Politics (http://abcnews.go.com/Politics/) Twitter: @ABCPolitics ABC News (http://abcnews.go.com/) Twitter: @ABC

Ep 25: Happy birthday to us  
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Crabb and Sales celebrate the one year anniversary of the Chat 10 Looks 3 podcast with booze, reviews and Julie Andrews. Brendan is replaced by a three year old. And finally, they take the time to thank their terrific and long-suffering fans and supporters. You guys are all crazy. We love you all.

ShownotesThe Great British Class Calculator via BBC News MagazineWatching the English: The Hidden Rules of English Behaviour by Kate FoxWho are your real friends? by Monique Schafter via ABC 7.30Spool of Blue Thread by Anne TylerAccidental Tourist by Anne TylerBreathing Lessons by Anne TylerWhen I Grow Up by Tim MinchinTOFOP (Thirty Odd Foot of Podcast) featuring Wil AndersonGruen via ABC iViewThe Beautiful Lie via ABC iViewAnna Karenina by Leo TolstoyThese Things Happen by Greg FleetThe Boyer Lectures by Michael FulliloveThe Luck of Politics: True Tales of Disaster and Outrageous Fortune by Andrew LeighWomen's Weekly Best-Ever CollectionGourmet TravellerJulie Andrews interview by Alec Baldwin via Here's The Thing


STR #224 10/13/15 S8e04 "What Lies Beneath" Recap  

It’s People’s Choice Awards [PCA] Nomination time!! Starting today and lasting until October 22 [11:59 PM, ET] please nominate Stana, Castle, Nathan for a PCA2016: Stana: http://vote.peopleschoice.com/#!/home/all/80/2 Castle: http://vote.peopleschoice.com/#1/home/all/35/24 Nathan: http://vote.peopleschoice.com/#1/home/all/79/2 Plus, on a side note, if you live in the United States, please suporrt the Alternative Travel Project's bid to win the #LA2050 funds to make LA the "best place it can be" with YOUR vote on October 20th. [thank YOU in advance]. Something is really starting to heat up on the “LOCKSAT” storyline [off-camera] with Beckett and Vikram on #Castle, what do you think the tiny scraps of info mean that we learned from last night’s episode? “ What Lies Beneath”, written by Barry O’Brien and directed by Larry Shaw.   There’s a lot going on in this episode which means there's a lot to talk about on tonight’s STR Round Table. Here are Elena’s questions for tonight so you can be ready to give YOUR thoughts on all that is going on: http://stanatalkradio.com/str-round-table/2015-str-round-table-archive/str-224-101315-s8e04-what-lies-beneath-recap/   Photo credit/copyright:  “Castle” – Disney/ABC/ABC Studios “PCA” – One Three Digital, LCC   Audio credit/copyright: "Castle" Promo, "The Nose" - Disney/ABC/ABC Studios "SisterCities" via YouTube - ET Canada Audio credit/copyright: "Castle" Promo, "The Nose" - Disney/ABC/ABC Studios "SisterCities" via YouTube - ET Canada      

01.03.2015 Den første abc-en  

En abc-bok er ikke bare en abc-bok, den kan også gi oss et tidsbilde: hvordan mente man barna best skulle lære å lese, hva slags tekster burde barn lese, hva betød det å eie en bok, slike spørsmål. Så spørs det hva slags svar vi får, når vi nå skal bla i den første norske abc-en. Den kom i 1777, og er tatt godt vare på. For i Trondheim finner du landets eldste vitenskapelige bibliotek, Gunnerusbiblioteket. Og de har den gamle abc-boken i sine gjemmer. Det er førstebibliotekar, Ellen Alm som forteller om boken, sammen med språkprofessor Jan Ragnar Hagland fra NTNU. Men dette er ikke den eldste abc-en som er gitt ut i Norge. Den aller første kom i 1767, og var på samisk. Den ble brukt av prester som skulle undervise samiske barn i Finnmark. Programleder er Ann Jones.

01.03.2015 Den første abc-en  

En abc-bok er ikke bare en abc-bok, den kan også gi oss et tidsbilde: hvordan mente man barna best skulle lære å lese, hva slags tekster burde barn lese, hva betød det å eie en bok, slike spørsmål. Så spørs det hva slags svar vi får, når vi nå skal bla i den første norske abc-en. Den kom i 1777, og er tatt godt vare på. For i Trondheim finner du landets eldste vitenskapelige bibliotek, Gunnerusbiblioteket. Og de har den gamle abc-boken i sine gjemmer. Det er førstebibliotekar, Ellen Alm som forteller om boken, sammen med språkprofessor Jan Ragnar Hagland fra NTNU. Men dette er ikke den eldste abc-en som er gitt ut i Norge. Den aller første kom i 1767, og var på samisk. Den ble brukt av prester som skulle undervise samiske barn i Finnmark. Programleder er Ann Jones.

Litteraturveckan i P1: Sveriges Radios Romanpris till Caterina Pascual Söderbaum  

Vinnaren av Sveriges Radios Romanpris tillkännages – direkt från Kulturens Hus i Luleå. Priset tilldelas Caterina Pascual Söderbaum. Gäster: Mikael Niemi och Jessica Schiefauer. Litteraturveckan i P1 direkt från Kulturens Hus i Luleå. Sveriges Radios Romanpris tilldelas Caterina Pascual Söderbaum postumt för romanen "Den skeva platsen".  Författarna Mikael Niemi och Jessica Schiefauer är på plats för att prata om vinnarboken medan musikern och poeten Mattias Alkberg står för programmets livemusik. Programledare är Marie Lundström. Producent: Ulph Nyström Litteraturveckan i P1

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Melodikrysset - direkt med publik från Kulturens hus i Luleå  

Varmt välkomna ska ni vara till årets sjätte Melodikryss som den här veckan sänds direkt inför publik från Kulturens hus i Luleå ...

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