Test Your Korean (#6) - How To Say "To Wear" In Korean

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Test Your Korean (#6) - How To Say "To Wear" In Korean - Quiz

Do you know how to say "to wear" in Korean? There are various verbs that you can use depending on the noun that is used along with the word. Test your Korean knowledge by taking this quiz brought to you by TalkToMeInKorean.com! If you want to be updated on new Korean quizzes as they are made, be sure to follow us on Twitter and Facebook! Twitter: https://twitter.com/ttmik Facebook: https://facebook.com/talktomeinkorean This quiz is brought to you by TalkToMeInKorean and MyKoreanStore.


Questions and Answers
  • 1. 

    A "shoe" is 신발 [sin-bal] in Korean. How do you say "to wear shoes" in Korean?

    • A.

      신발을 입다 [sin-ba-reul ip-da]

    • B.

      신발을 끼다 [sin-ba-reul kki-da]

    • C.

      신발을 신다 [sin-ba-reul sin-da]

    • D.

      신발을 차다 [sin-ba-reul cha-da]

    Correct Answer
    C. 신발을 신다 [sin-ba-reul sin-da]
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "신발을 신다 [sin-ba-reul sin-da]." This phrase translates to "to wear shoes" in Korean. The verb "신다 [sin-da]" specifically means "to wear" when referring to shoes. The other options, "입다 [ip-da]," "끼다 [kki-da]," and "차다 [cha-da]," do not convey the same meaning of wearing shoes.

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  • 2. 

    Among the following items, for which do you use the verb 차다 to say "to wear"?

    • A.

      시계 [si-gye] (= watch)

    • B.

      안경 [an-gyeong] (= glasses)

    • C.

      마스크 [ma-seu-keu] (= mask)

    • D.

      향수 [hyang-su] (= perfume)

    Correct Answer
    A. 시계 [si-gye] (= watch)
    Explanation
    The verb "차다" is used to say "to wear" for the item "시계" which means "watch" in Korean.

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  • 3. 

    A "glove" is 장갑 [jang-gap] in Korean. How do you say "to wear gloves" in Korean?

    • A.

      장갑을 신다 [jang-ga-beul sin-da]

    • B.

      장갑을 뿌리다 [jang-ga-beul ppu-ri-da]

    • C.

      장갑을 입다 [jang-ga-beul ip-da]

    • D.

      장갑을 끼다 [jang-ga-beul kki-da]

    Correct Answer
    D. 장갑을 끼다 [jang-ga-beul kki-da]
    Explanation
    The correct answer is 장갑을 끼다 [jang-ga-beul kki-da]. In Korean, the verb "끼다" means "to wear" or "to put on" when referring to items that fit closely to the body, such as gloves. Therefore, "장갑을 끼다" translates to "to wear gloves" in Korean. The other options, 신다 [sin-da], 뿌리다 [ppu-ri-da], and 입다 [ip-da], do not accurately convey the meaning of wearing gloves.

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  • 4. 

    A "ring" is 반지 [ban-ji] in Korean. How do you say "to wear a ring" in Korean?

    • A.

      반지를 입다 [ban-ji-reul ip-da]

    • B.

      반지를 쓰다 [ban-ji-reul sseu-da]

    • C.

      반지를 끼다 [ban-ji-reul kki-da]

    • D.

      반지를 신다 [ban-ji-reul sin-da]

    Correct Answer
    C. 반지를 끼다 [ban-ji-reul kki-da]
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "반지를 끼다 [ban-ji-reul kki-da]." This answer is correct because the verb "끼다 [kki-da]" means "to wear" or "to put on" when referring to accessories like rings. Therefore, "반지를 끼다 [ban-ji-reul kki-da]" translates to "to wear a ring" in Korean.

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  • 5. 

    Among following items, for which do you NOT use the verb 쓰다 to say "to wear"?

    • A.

      모자 [mo-ja] (= hat)

    • B.

      치마 [chi-ma] (= skirt)

    • C.

      가발 [ga-bal] (= wig)

    • D.

      헬멧 [hel-met] (= helmet)

    Correct Answer
    B. 치마 [chi-ma] (= skirt)
  • 6. 

    A "sock" is 양말 [yang-mal] in Korean. How do you say "to wear socks" in Korean?

    • A.

      양말을 신다 [yang-ma-reul sin-da]

    • B.

      양말을 차다 [yang-ma-reul cha-da]

    • C.

      양말을 쓰다 [yang-ma-reul sseu-da]

    • D.

      양말을 뿌리다 [yang-ma-reul ppu-ri-da]

    Correct Answer
    A. 양말을 신다 [yang-ma-reul sin-da]
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "양말을 신다 [yang-ma-reul sin-da]." This is because the word "신다 [sin-da]" means "to wear" in Korean. Therefore, "양말을 신다 [yang-ma-reul sin-da]" translates to "to wear socks" in English. The other options, "양말을 차다 [yang-ma-reul cha-da]," "양말을 쓰다 [yang-ma-reul sseu-da]," and "양말을 뿌리다 [yang-ma-reul ppu-ri-da]," do not convey the meaning of wearing socks.

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  • 7. 

    "Glasses" is 안경 [an-gyeong] in Korean. What is the best way to say "to wear glasses" in Korean?

    • A.

      안경을 차다 [an-gyeong-eul cha-da]

    • B.

      안경을 쓰다 [an-gyeong-eul sseu-da]

    • C.

      안경을 입다 [an-gyeong-eul ip-da]

    • D.

      안경을 걸다 [an-gyeong-eul geol-da]

    Correct Answer
    B. 안경을 쓰다 [an-gyeong-eul sseu-da]
    Explanation
    The best way to say "to wear glasses" in Korean is "안경을 쓰다 [an-gyeong-eul sseu-da]."

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  • 8. 

    Among the following items, for which do you NOT use the verb 하다 [ha-da] to say "to wear"?

    • A.

      목도리 [mok-do-ri] (= muffler)

    • B.

      목걸이 [mok-geo-ri] (= necklace)

    • C.

      머리띠 [meo-ri-ttei] (= headband)

    • D.

      신발 [sin-bal] (= shoes)

    Correct Answer
    D. 신발 [sin-bal] (= shoes)
    Explanation
    The verb 하다 [ha-da] means "to do" or "to perform" in Korean. However, when it comes to expressing "to wear" in Korean, the verb 하다 [ha-da] is not used with the item 신발 [sin-bal] which means "shoes". Instead, the verb 신다 [sin-da] is used to specifically express "to wear shoes" in Korean. Therefore, among the given items, 신발 [sin-bal] is the correct answer as it does not use the verb 하다 [ha-da] to say "to wear".

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  • 9. 

    Among the following items, for which do you use the verb 쓰다 [sseu-da] to say "to wear"?

    • A.

      양말 [yang-mal] (= socks)

    • B.

      반지 [ban-ji] (= ring)

    • C.

      마스크 [ma-seu-keu] (= mask)

    • D.

      신발 [sin-bal] (= shoes)

    Correct Answer
    C. 마스크 [ma-seu-keu] (= mask)
    Explanation
    The verb 쓰다 [sseu-da] is used to say "to wear" for the item 마스크 [ma-seu-keu] which means mask.

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  • 10. 

    "Perfume" is 향수 [hyang-su] in Korean.How do you say "to wear perfume" in Korean?

    • A.

      향수를 입다 [hyang-su-reul ip-da]

    • B.

      향수를 차다 [hyang-su-reul cha-da]

    • C.

      향수를 뿌리다 [hyang-su-reul ppu-ri-da]

    • D.

      향수를 신다 [hyang-su-reul sin-da]

    Correct Answer
    C. 향수를 뿌리다 [hyang-su-reul ppu-ri-da]
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "향수를 뿌리다 [hyang-su-reul ppu-ri-da]." This is because the verb "뿌리다 [ppu-ri-da]" means "to spray" or "to sprinkle," which accurately represents the action of applying perfume. The other options, "입다 [ip-da]" meaning "to wear," "차다 [cha-da]" meaning "to brew" or "to steep," and "신다 [sin-da]" meaning "to wear" (for shoes), do not accurately convey the action of applying perfume.

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  • 11. 

    "Belt" is 벨트 [bel-teu] in Korean.What is the best way to say "to wear a belt" in Korean?

    • A.

      벨트를 차다 [bel-teu-reul cha-da]

    • B.

      벨트를 신다 [bel-teu-reul sin-da]

    • C.

      벨트를 걸다 [bel-teu-reul geol-da]

    • D.

      벨트를 입다 [bel-teu-reul ip-da]

    Correct Answer
    A. 벨트를 차다 [bel-teu-reul cha-da]
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "벨트를 차다 [bel-teu-reul cha-da]." This is because the verb "차다" means "to wear" in Korean. Therefore, "벨트를 차다" translates to "to wear a belt" in English. The other options, "벨트를 신다" (to put on), "벨트를 걸다" (to hang), and "벨트를 입다" (to put on clothing), do not accurately convey the action of wearing a belt.

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  • 12. 

    An "earring" is 귀걸이 [gwi-geo-ri] in Korean. How do you say "to wear earrings" in Korean?

    • A.

      귀걸이를 입다 [gwi-geo-ri-reul ip-da]

    • B.

      귀걸이를 하다 [gwi-geo-ri-reul ha-da]

    • C.

      귀걸이를 뿌리다 [gwi-geo-ri-reul ppu-ri-da]

    • D.

      귀걸이를 차다 [gwi-geo-ri-reul cha-da]

    Correct Answer
    B. 귀걸이를 하다 [gwi-geo-ri-reul ha-da]
    Explanation
    The correct answer is "귀걸이를 하다 [gwi-geo-ri-reul ha-da]." This is because the verb "하다 [ha-da]" means "to do" or "to wear" in Korean. Therefore, "귀걸이를 하다 [gwi-geo-ri-reul ha-da]" translates to "to wear earrings" in Korean.

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