The sentences in this post can be used at home in everyday situations. Practice them every day with family members!
안녕히 주무세요? Good morning. (lit. "have you slept well?"). Use when the other person is older and respected.
잘 잤어? Sort of good morning, when the other person is younger.
아침 먹었어? Have you eaten breakfast?
네, 아침 먹었어요./아니요, 아침 안 먹었어요. Yes, I ate breakfast./No, I haven't eaten breakfast.
잘 다녀올게요/잘 다녀오겠습니다. Sort of "See you later." Used when a person is leaving home and coming back later (e.g., going to school).
응, 잘 다녀와. The answer to the previous statement. Used by older adults talking to younger people (반말).
우편물 왔어? Is there mail? (used by older adults talking to younger people (반말)
방 청소해/방 정리해. Clean up your room/tidy up your room.
잘 먹겠습니다. I will eat well/bon appetit (used before eating, especially when invited or when the food is cooked by somebody else)
잘 먹었습니다. I ate well (same context as the previous sentence).
많이 먹어! Eat a lot! (told by somebody older when giving or offering food to somebody younger)
엄마, 배고파요. Mom, I'm hungry.
배 불러요. I am full.