#. 지긋지긋해 Has something ever made you so angry or tired that you felt ill? In the following dialogue you will learn a great expression to use in this situation. Listen carefully! A: Didn't we make a deal to do chores together? B: Can't you just do it by yourself? I'm so tired these days. A: I'm sick of it! Be sick of "~에 넌더리 나다, ~ 에 신물이 나다"
#. 참을 만큼 참았어 Do you know what to say when you're done with something and want to make sure others know? In the following dialogue, you will learn a powerful statement you can use in exactly this situation. Listen carefully! A: Can you please stop yelling at me? B: What? Are you talking back to me? A: I've had enough. Have had enough "진절머리가 나다 / 지긋지긋하다" I've had enough of your whining. @ be / hav..
#. 나 안 해 Have you ever been frustrated with someone because you disagree on everything? In the following dialogue you will learn a phrase you can use to express that you're not dealing with them anymore. Listen carefully! A: Why am I here if you're just going to do whatever you want? B: What are you talking about? I never did that. A: I'm out of here. out of는 "어떤 상태를 벗어나서"라는 뜻 out of here 여기서 벗어..
#. 더 이상 못 견디겠어요 Sometimes you have to put your foot down and get out of a frustrating situation. In the following dialogue you will learn a phrase you can use to indicate you can't keep experiencing what is happening. Listen carefully! A: How many times do I have to tell you? You need to get it approved before you hand it in. B: I'm sorry that I caused you so much trouble. A: I can't stand it an..
#. 나도 알건 다 알아 Sometimes people might underestimate your maturity, or think that they can trick you. In the following dialogue you will learn an expression you can use when people think you don't understand what's really going on. Listen carefully! A: Why are you whispering to each other? B: You don't want to know. No kids allowed. A: I wasn't born yesterday. @ underestimate ˌʌndərˈestɪmeɪt to un..
#. 자업자득이야 If you told your friend something was dangerous, and they still did it, would you feel bad for them if they got hurt? In the following dialogue you will learn what to say when someone you know sees the consequences for their bad decisions. Listen carefully! A: Didn't I tell you to always respect the law? Look at you! You might go to jail now. B: I didn't know it was that big of a deal...
#. 적당히 해 Have you ever seen someone do something wrong, rude, or annoying? Do you know any ways to tell them to stop? In the following dialogue, you will learn a way to let people know they should stop doing whatever is bothering you. Listen carefully! @ be supposed to do … 하기로 되어 있다; … 할 의무가 있다 We were supposed to meet at seven. @ What am I supposed to do? 내가 어떻게 해야 합니까? What am I supposed to d..
#. 난 질렸어 How do you express yourself when you are tired, frustrated, or simply done? In the following dialogue, you will learn an expression you can use when you just can't take any more. Listen carefully! @ frustrated ˈfrʌstreɪtɪd 1. 좌절감을 느끼는, 불만스러워하는 2. 좌절당한, 충족되지 못한 He stamped his foot in frustrated rage. @ other than …외에 I don’t know any French people other than you. We’re going away in June..
- hold on
- Oh No
- By The Way
- I'm glad to hear that.
- make it
- I'm sorry
- pick up
- Excuse me
- Tell me about it.
- What Happened?
- I'm not sure
- I'm sorry to hear that.
- Don't worry