Lesson II: Korean for Korean Law
I. Daily Words
A. to Sue someone (verb): 고소하다.
B. to be Sued: 고소 당하다.
C. Lawsuit (noun): 소송, 고소
D. Contract Law: 계약법
E. Criminal Law: 형법, 형사법
F. Civil Law: 민법, 민사법
G. Corporate Law: 회사 법
H. Tax Law: 세법
I. Intellectual Property: 지적 소유권 (재산권)
J. Constitutional Law: 헌법
II. Daily Sentences
A. I am being sued for breach of contract.
나는 계약위반으로 고소 당했다.
B. I was sued for violation of the company’s trademark.
나는 회사의 상표 위반 혐의로 고소 당했었다.
C. I will be sued for hitting his car.
나는 그의 차를 부셔서 고소 당할 것이다.
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