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숫자로 반올림, 버림을 표현을 어떻게 해야할까요? 

 

 

- We round the numbers to the nearest hundred. 100이하는 반올림하다.

- We round off to whole number. 소숫점 이하는 반올림하다.

- We round off to the nearest tenth. 소숫점 둘째자리에서 반올림하다.

 

- We round off to the nearest hundredth. 소숫점 셋째자리에서 반올림하다.

 

Round up[down] 반올림[내림]하다

 

three point one four 3.14

point o two 0.02

 

 ☞ Dialogue

[대화 주제]

 

A: Hey, I went to this newly-opened Italian restaurant downtown, and their pizza was amazing. You should go try it!
B: Oh yeah? Who did you go with?
A: By myself..? Why?
B: How can you do that? I can never eat alone at restaurants.
A: Hmm. That’s because you don’t know the joy of solo dining yet.
B: I understand you sometimes need your own time, but I still prefer eating with others. You can’t eat alone at certain types of restaurants.
A: Why not? I’ve solo-dined at every possible place from convenience stores to barbeque restaurants.
B: That’s admirable. What about bars for social gatherings?
A: I’m actually going to an izakaya tonight. It’s the highest level according to the lone diner guide.
B: Wow, you deserve the title of “solo dining expert”.


[복습 / 표현 및 단어정리]

 

newly-opened 새로 오픈한

- Have you been to the newly-opened mall?

 

- You should go watch it!

- You should go buy it!

 

 

- Who did you talk to?

- Who do you live with? 

 

 

- I can never talk to stranger.

- I can never ride a roller coaster. 

 

 

the joy of solo dining 혼밥의 기쁨

dining alone (eating alone) 혼자 식사하기

 

prefere A to B B보다 A가 좋다

- I prefer dogs to cats.

- I prefer staying home to traveling around.

 

 

certain types of 특정한 타입의

- I am allergic to certain types of nuts.

 

admirable 감탄스러운, 존경스러운

- The way she manages her company is admirable.

- It is admirable that he did such a great work by himself.

 

social gatherings 친목 모임

- get together 서로 모이다

 

according to ~ 에 따르면

- According to weather forecast, it will snow heavily tonight.

 

lone diner guide 혼밥 가이드

 

deserve ~ 할만하다, 그럴 자격이 있다 (긍정, 부정 둘다)

- You deserve it.

- I don't deserve you.

 

expert (특정한 주제에 대해 지식이 많은) 전문가

professional (직업에 관련된) 전문가

 

 

 

 

 

 

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두 번째 인사 표현은 영어 메일로 한번 이용했네요~ 앞으로 자주 사용할 날이 왔음 좋겠네요!

 

 

Happy New year~!

I hope all your wishes come true.

I hope you have a great time ahead.

 

 

 ☞ 청취자 Q&A

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카페에서 일할 때 자연스럽게 쓰는 표현이 무엇이 있을까요? 

 

 

- What can I get for you?

- May I take your order?

- Are you ready to order? 

 

- We have too many orders before yours.

- It will take about 10 minutes.

- Would that be alright?

 

 

- Do you have any point card?

 

- The pager will ring when it's ready.

- Here's your order.

- Enjoy your meal. or Enjoy your drink.

 

- May I have menu please?

- I'd like a cheese pizza and a coke please.

- For here or to go?

 

 ☞ Dialogue

[대화 주제]

 

A: Hey, you look totally exhausted. You’ve got dark circles, too! Did you work late last night?
B: Are you kidding? Not just last night. I’ve been working late every single day for 2 months.
A: Bummer! Do you have any free time?
B: Not at all. I don’t even have time to see my family.
A: Sorry to hear that. There are many people who are in the same boat.
B: To be positive, though, I’m lucky to have work to do. It’s really depressing to see college graduates these days.
A: I agree. I heard Koreans work the second-longest hours among OECD countries. But ironically, the employment rate is really low. What non-sense!
B: That means only a small minority are raking in money.
A: Are there people who still expect a trickle-down effect?
B: After being fooled for decades? No way!


[복습 / 표현 및 단어정리]

 

work late 야근하다

overwork 과로하다

be late for work 지각하다

- I was late for work I guess I will work late today.

- Why are you late for work? You didn't overwork.

 

 

Are you kidding? (no kidding) 농담마

 

every single day 여기서 single은 뒤에 명사를 강조

- every single episode

- She works out every single day.

- We are trying our best every single episode.

 

bummer 안됐구만, 쯧쯧, 아쉽구만

- That's a bummer.

- What a bummer.

 

not at all 전혀~

- Did you have fun at the year end party?

- No, not at all only two poeple showed up.

 

sorry to hear that 그것 참 안됐구만

- I broke up with my boyfriend.

- Sorry to hear that.

 

be in the same boat 마찬가지다, 같은 처지다

- We are all in the same boat for the time being.

 

It's depressing to do ~ 하자니 우울하다

- It's depressing to work late alone.

 

the second longest 두 번째로 긴

 

OECD (Organization for Economic Cooperation Deverlopment) 경제 협력 개발기구

 

What non-sense 말도 안돼

- That doesn't make sense!

- No way!

 

small minority 극소수의 사람들

 

rake in money 돈을 긁어 모으다

- He is raking in money after starting his own business.

- Is there any good idea to rake in money?

 

trickle down effert 낙수효과

<-> fountain effect 분수효과

 

be fooled 속다, 당하다

- April fool 만우절 장난

- People were fooled by president.

 

for decades 수십년동안

- I've been living in this town for decades.

- I believe my blood type is A for decades.

 

 

 

 

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지폐를 동전으로 바꾸는 표현을 알려주세요.

 

*** 동전 종류

- penny 1센트, nickel 5센트, dim10센트, quater 25센트

 

*** 지폐 종류

- 1달러, 5달러, 10달러, 20달러, 50달러, 100달러

 

 

- Could I have this in (수량 / 원하는 화폐 단위)

- Could I have this in one ten?

- Could I have this in five tens?

- Could I have this in one twenty three tens?

- Could I have the change in one twenty and the rest tens? 

 

 

haggle 흥정하다

 

- Could you give me a discount?

- That's a bit more than I expect.

- Could you come down a little more?

- I will take it for ten dollers.

 

 

 ☞ Dialogue

[대화 주제]

 

A: I heard you went to Sok-cho last weekend. So, did you catch any pokemon?
B: What pokemon? Is that still a fad?
A: Hey, I will be so excited to catch even one pokemon since I've never seen one before.
B: It’s called Augmented Reality. It has a huge potential to develop.
A: Augmented Reality? What’s that? Is it like Virtual Reality?
B: Virtual Reality shows a digitally-created world like in online games, whereas Augmented Reality shows a supplemented environment over the real world through smartphones or other glasses such as Google’s.
A: Ah.. Are you talking about something similar to the people in some sci-fi movies who wear glasses to see other people’s private information or location? Sounds awesome!
B: Not necessarily. You should be concerned that the streets could be full of junk ads once everyone wears those glasses.
A: Yeah.. Like most websites are covered with ads these days.
B: Augmented Reality in our everyday lives will happen in the not-too-distant future.

 


[복습 / 표현 및 단어정리]

 

fad (일시적) 유행

- trend (긴) 유행

- That's fad words.

- Miniskirts were the fad a few years ago.

 

I will be so excited to ~하면 정말 신날거야

- I will be so excited to go on a vacation abroad.

- You will be so excited to play the baseball with me.

 

Augmented Reality 증강현실

- Virtual Reality 가상현실

 

have a potential to ~할 잠재력이 있다. 

- He has a potential to be a great singer.

- You have a huge potential to lead the project.

 

supplemented 보완된, 보충된

- dietary supplement 보충제

 

talk about something similar to(with) ~와 비슷한 것을 말하다.

- Are you talking about something similar to pizza?

- I am talking about something similar to pencil.

 

sci-fi movie (science fiction) SF영화

- It looks like a scene from a sci-fi movie.

- I like watching a sci-fi movie.

 

not necessarily 꼭 그렇지만은 않아

- Learned men are not necessarily wise.

- The rich are not necessarily happy.

 

once 일단 ~하면

- Some teenagers believe that they will be free once they become adults.

- Once you take the cource, you will master swiming.

 

be covered with ~로 뒤덮여 있다.

- Mount Everest is always covered with snow.

- His shoes were covered with dust.

 

in the not-too-distant future 멀지 않은 미래에

- in the not-so-distant future (in the near future)

- Driverless cars will become a reality in the not-too-distant future.

 

in the distant past 아득한 과거에

- Beepers are in the distant past

 

 

 

 

 

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 ☞ 청취자 Q&A

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아이팟의 음성명령 Siri를 쓸 수 있는 영어표현을 알려주세요.

 

- Set an alarm for 1P.M.

- Set the timer for 5 minutes.

- Set an alarm for 7A.M. tomorrow.

- Wake me up tomorrow at 7A.M.

*** 전치사 주의: 7시 알람을 맞춰줘라고 할 때for, 7시에 깨워줘라고 할 때는 at

 

- Take a selfie.

- What's the fifteen percent of 80 dollars?

- Convert 10 inches to centimeters.

- Convert 20 miles to kilometers.

- Call 119.

 

selfie 셀카

 

 ☞ Dialogue

[대화 주제]

A: I am so hooked on the song “Stairway to Heaven”
B: Isn’t that a classic from back in the day by Led Zeppelin?
A: Ooooh~ You even know the songs that were released in 1971. You really have a great taste in music.
B: Actually I don’t know Led Zeppelin, but I know the song is well-known.
A: Back in the 70’s the group was going on a tour in Asia and almost had the chance to perform in Korea!
B: Really? Wow! That could have been a blast! How come it got cancelled, though?
A: Back in those days, the Korean government even had their hands on people’s hair. Led Zepplin couldn’t perform in Korea due to the group members’ long hair.
B: That’s messed up. I guess we have it pretty easy.
A: Hmm… You think so? True, now the government doesn’t care about our hair but without us knowing, they can easily get access to our cell phone.
B: That’s right! I totally forgot they are related. I guess, it runs in the family.


 


[복습 / 표현 및 단어정리]

be hooked on ~에 빠져있다, 중독되어 있다

- I'm hooked on web comics.

- I'm hooked on online game.

 

classic 최고의, 고전적인, 명작 (책, 영화, 음악 등)

- The novel may become a mordern classic.

- The radio station plays mainly classic pop.

 

back in the day 예전에, 과거에

- Back in the day, I had no worries.

- Everything was great back in the day.

 

be released in 언제 발표되다, 공개되다, 개봉하다

- That movie was released in 1998.

- His first novel will be released next year.

 

have a taste in ~에 흥미가 있다, 조예가 깊다

- taste 맛, 취향, 기호

- He has a great taste in fashion

- You have a bad taste in men.

 

well-known 잘 알려진

- It is well known that time is gold.

- Soybeans are well known as very nutritious food.

 

could have been ~를 할 뻔하다

- It could have been worse than you think.

- My grade could have been much better.

 

blast 폭발, 아주 신나는 일

- The party was a blast.

- I had a blast.

 

how come (why) 왜, 어째서

- How come he got promoted?

- How come there are so many people in the city hall?

 

though 비록 ~지만, 그러나

- I love singing. I am not a good singer, though.

- They are maiired. They don't love each other, though.

 

back in those days 그 당시에는, 그 시기에는

- Back in those days, everything was cheaper.

- Back in those days, He was a heavy smoker and drinker.

 

have one's hands on ~을 단속하다, 참견하다

- My mom has her hands on my eating habits.

- My father has his hands on his daughter's wedding.

 

due to (because of) ~ 때문에

- due to 조금 더 formal 한 느낌, because of 조금 더 casual 한 느낌

- The flight is delayed due to bad weather.

- He left his job due to his boss.

 

That's messed up! 완전 엉망이야, 정말 말도 안돼!

- I'am so messed up. 나 지금 멘붕이야.

- I don't want to mess up this time.

 

have it easy 편안하게 지내다

- Hey, you look nice. I guess you have it easy these days.

- Most students don't have it easy in Korea.

 

care about ~을 신경쓰다

- She cares so much about her daughter.

- He doesn't care about what others think.

 

without us knowing 우리가 모른채로

- without me know it 혹은 without my knowing 이 문법적으로 맞으나 구어체에서는 위처럼 자주 씀

- He recorded my words without me knowing.

- Without her neighbor knowing, she left town.

 

get(have) access to ~에 접근하다

- She easily got access to secure documets.

- I am trying to get access to that site.

 

be related 연관되어 있다

- These two incidents are closely related.

- The salary is related to the ability.

 

runs in the family 집안 내력이다, 유전이다

- Cancer tends to run in the family.

- Character doesn't run in the family.

 

 

 

 

 

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