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6-C) Can I have...? (English Karaoke) (Korean) UNIT 6 lesson C
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Learn how to ask for things politely using this construction.

Can I have some water?
Can I have some Pepsi?
I'm so thirsty
I can drink anything
Can I have some pizza?
Can I have some chestnuts
I'm so hungry, I can eat anything

Can I, can I, can I, can I, can I, can I have some pear juice?
Oh, please
Can I, can I, can I, can I, can I, can I have some Jajangmyung?
Oh, yeah

You can have some pear juice
You can have some Jajangmyung
Here you are
It's all free for you

Can I have some Gatorade?
Can I have some Yujacha?
I'm so thirty
I can drink anything
Can I have some Sundae?
Can I have some Peppero?
I'm so hungry
I can eat anything

Can I, can I, can I, can I, can I, can I have some kimchi gookmul?
Oh, please
Can I, can I, can I, can I, can I, can I have some Boshintang?
Oh, yeah

You can have some kimchi gookmul
You can have some Boshintang
Here you are. It's all free for you

CAN I HAVE...?

We use this construction to ask politely for something.
If you want a pen you can say:
- I want a pen huh
- Give me a pen huh
But that's not nice. It is nicer and polite to say:
- Can I have a pen, please? pleased



We use the construction CAN I...? (without "have") to ask for permission:
- Can I open the window, please?
- Can I go to the toilet?

 

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