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How to I say: Please repeat or Please read this in Korean?

I have a beginner student (does not know an ounce of English). He's a kid and I teach him with pictures. I want him to repeat what I'm saying after I say it so how do I say the phrases politely (emphasis on politely)?

- Say again/ Please repeat
- Please read this

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Sorry..typo: HOW DO I SAY :)

For learning: Korean
Base language: English
Category: Language

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    다시 한번 말해주세요 = please say it one more time / please repeat
    (but I think "please repeat after me" will be different and I don't know how to say it)

    말해주세요 = please say it (you can use it like: "/insert a word here/ 말해주세요" = "please say /a word/"

    읽어 보세요 = please read / please try to read

    Please repeat
    따라 읽으세요. 따라 읽어봐요

    Please read this
    (이것을) 읽어보세요.

    - Say again/ Please repeat

    You can say like this:
    DaSi(again) Han Burn(once) MalHaeJuSeYo(say-politely).
    = 다시 한 번 말해주세요
    or you can change the last word like this
    "Mal-Hae-Bwa" when you say to kids)

    (when you speak Korean, the sound should be like a staccato because we don't have accent in usal :)

    - Please read this
    You can say :
    "I-Guh-Sul(this) Il-Guh(read) JuSeYo(please do)".
    (이것을 읽어 주세요.)

    also, you can say to kids, because first thing is too polite to speak to kids usaually.
    then this is more usual.
    "Il-Guh-Bwa"
    (읽어봐)


    We have totally different sound system with English, you have to pronounce mono intonation if possible.

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