#. 19.1231 go by 흐르다, 지나가다 @@ One of the good things was ~ 좋은 일들 중 하나는 ~ 였죠 One of the good things was we started working together! One of the good things was we all learned from our mistake. One of the good things was spending quality time with each other. @@ Do you think things will be a lot ~? 훨씬 ~ 해질 거라고 생각해요 Do you think things will be a lot different next year? Do you think things will be ..
#. 19.1230 @@ ~ have brought in something to ... ~ 가 ... 하려고 뭔가를 가지고 왔네요 Harry has brought in something to show the class. Kevin has brought in something to decorate our office with. Dad has brought in something to feed our dog. @@ ~ won't start until ... ~는 ... 해야 시작할 거예요 We won't start until everyone is quiet. The play won't start until everyone turns off the phone. The meeting won't start
#. 19.1229 @@ Then I'll go back and ~ 그러면 돌아가서 ~ 할게요 Then I'll go back and choose what we want. Then I'll go back and buy something to eat. Then I'll go back and study for a few more hours. @@ I/We will wait for ~ 저/저희는 ~를 기다리겠습니다 We will wait for your order. I will wait for your call. We will wait for you to come back.
#. 19.1228 starve stɑːrv 굶주리다, 굶어 죽다, 굶기다, 굶겨 죽이다 store stɔː(r) 저장[보관]하다 (크고 작은) 가게[상점] graduate school 대학원 resume rɪ|zuːm 재개하다[되다], 다시 시작하다[되다] / 자기 좌석/자리/위치로 (다시) 돌아가다 / 이력서 @@ in case of ~ ~의 경우(를 대비해) He has stored tons of food in case of a war or natural disasters. She wants to apply for graduate school in case of a failure to find a job. In case of losing my job, I always keep my resume up..
#. 19.1227 counseling káunsəliŋ 카운슬링, 상담, 조언 attendant əˈtendənt (공공장소에서 사람들의 편의를 돌보는) 종업원[안내원] (→flight attendant) , 수행원, 간병인 @@ both A and B A 와 B 둘다 But I've got both study and work to do. I like to both fly and travel around the world, so I became a flight attendant. We like to both go hiking and take some photos. @@ put in one's best effort 최선을 다하다 I'm just asking for you to put in your bes..
#. 19.1226 garage ɡə|rɑːʒ 차고, 주차장 , (지붕만 있고 벽이 없는) carport That's not the point 그것이 요점이 아닙니다. @@ feel like ~ ~같은 기분이 들다, ~를 하고 싶다 I feel like I need to exercise. I feel like I should start on the homework right now. I feel like eating a big steak for dinner. @@ What's the matter ~ ? 뭐가 문제야? What's the matter then? If Emily is not mad at you, what's the matter then? If the cost isn't the point, w..
#. 19.1225 as long as ~ 하는 한 @@ They've / We've all been to ~ before. 그들은/우리는 모두 전에 ~ 에 가 봤어 They've all been to our house before. They've all been to the Olympics before. We've all been to Seattle before. @@ I'm afraid I'll do something ~ 내가 뭔가 ~ 한일을 할까 봐 걱정이야. I'm afraid I'll do something wrong. I'm afraid I'll do something that embarrasses you. I'm afraid I'll do something foolish.
#. 19.1224 married couple (결혼생활을 하고 있는) 부부 @@ What made you decide to ~ ? 뭐 때문에 ~ 하기로 마음먹게 됐어? What made you decide to marry me? What made you decide to quit your job? What made you decide to start writing books? @@ I thought you're the kind of person who ~ 나는 네가 ~ 하는 그런 사람이라고 생각했어 I thought you're the kind of person who would always stay by my side. I thought you're the kind of person who prefe..
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