#. 눈네 넣어도 아프지 않아 Do you have someone you love with all your heart? In the following dialogue you will learn an expression you can use to describe someone in an endearing way. Listen carefully! Yesterday, my daughter called me Mom for the first time! > Oh, that is so sweet. You must have been touched. She's the apple of my eye. Apple of my eye : 눈에 넣어도 아프지 않을 만큼 소중한 사람 : 자신의 소중한 사람(가족, 연인 등) ende..
#. 그건 식은 죽 먹기지 Do you know what to say when something is super easy? There's probably one common expression you might not expect. In the following dialogue you will learn a popular way to describe this situation. Listen carefully! Hey! Are you done with the choreography for our show? > Yeah, I'm almost done, and I'm just working on some details. Wait, can you do a backflip? That's a piece of cak..
#. 군침이 도네요 Sometimes food looks so delicious you feel like there's a river forming in your mouth. In the following dialogue you will learn a common way to describe this feeling. Listen carefully! What are we having for dinner? > We are going to have steak. Look at this marbling! My mouth is watering. watering 침이 고이는 침이 고인다 mouth is watering
#. 배가 너무 불러 Sometimes you eat two pieces of pizza, and sometimes you eat 10. It happens to everyone in the following dialogue you will learn what to say when you have eaten way more than you should have. Listen carefully! This is the best pizza I've ever had. > I know it's amazing. Do you want some more? I'm stuffed. stuffed 잔뜩 먹은, 배가 너무 부른 = I'm full
#. 배고파 죽을 지경이야 Have you ever felt so hungry you thought you might faint? In the following dialogue you will learn an expression you can use in those moments when it feels like you haven't eaten in 100 years. Listen carefully! One slice of apple is all I had for today. > Oh, you must be starving. I'm famished. famished ˈfæmɪʃt 배가 고파 죽을 지경인 (=starving) : hungry 보다 더 배고픈 상태
#. 원샷! Sometimes it's nice to sit and drink wine slowly with friends. But sometimes you just want to drink as much as you can and party! In the following dialogue you will learn a fun expression you can use in this situation. Listen carefully! You need to chug it! Chug it! Chug it! > I can't! I'm so full. Bottom's up! chug tʃʌɡ (음료를) 단숨에 들이켜다 / 꿀꺽 마시기[삼키기], (엔진이 내는) 통통[칙칙](소리)
#. 나 정말 취했어 Everyone has had those times when they drank a little too much. In the following dialogue you will learn a common expression to describe those times when you probable didn't need to drink another shot of tequila. Listen carefully! I've got to go home. I need to get some sleep. > Where do you think you're going? We have to party all night. I'm hammered. hammered |hæmərd 고주망태가 된
#. '먹자'는 영어로? Something you're so excited about eating something, using the verb "to eat" is not enough. In the following dialogue you will learn a way to describe eating when you are excited and eager to taste a dish. Listen carefully! Can you get me something to put under the pot? > I already brought it. Oh, that looks so yummy. Dig in. dig 파다, 파 해치다 : 정말 배고플 때 고봉으로 담긴 밥을 퍼먹는 모습을 상상하면서
- Excuse me
- I'm not sure
- I'm glad to hear that.
- Oh No
- hold on
- What Happened?
- make it
- By The Way
- Don't worry
- I'm sorry to hear that.
- Tell me about it.
- I'm sorry
- pick up