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J-J said in March 19th, 2012 at 4:17 am

항상 감사합니다. All thumbs up!!
읽기만 하면 안되고 입으로 자꾸 말하는 연습을 해야겠죠?? 그게 쉽지만은 않네요ㅎㅎ
그나저나 댄 선생님은 잘 계시는지..

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장윤창 said in March 19th, 2012 at 10:17 am

이거 마침 어제 어디선가 보고 궁금했던 참이었어요 ~ 감사해요~~

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aroma_annie said in March 19th, 2012 at 12:05 pm

너무 유용한 표현 감사합니다. popcast 다운받아서 출퇴근하면서 듣고 있는데 들으면서 킥킥대고 있는 저를 보니 기분이 좋아집니다. 영어도 배우고 엔돌핀도 늘어나는 멋진 EnglishinKorean!!! 널리 소개할께요^^ 영원히 계속되길…..

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이지민 said in March 19th, 2012 at 1:43 pm

정말 많은 도움이 됐습니다. 늘 좋은 가르침, 감사합니다 ^_^

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rachel said in March 19th, 2012 at 11:11 pm

와우!! 헷갈렷던 것중하나인데 쏙쏙 이해되는 설명! 넘 감사해요:) 역시 한국어에도 능통하시니 이런 자세한 설명이 가능하시군요 한국어를 모르는 원어민쌤은 이렇게 자세하게 설명해주진 않더라구요 ㅋ

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Hannah said in March 20th, 2012 at 1:36 am

저는 even if 와 even though 를 번갈아 가며 썼는데 이러한 차이가 있는줄 몰랐네요.
덕택에 앞으로는 정확한 영어를 쓸수 있게 되었어요. 감사합니다.

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Imusya said in March 20th, 2012 at 1:40 am

역시 마이클!!! 속 시원하게 정리해 주셔셔 감사합니다. 오늘도 하나 배우고 뿌듯하게 잠듭니다. !!

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SangChol Yi said in March 20th, 2012 at 10:55 am

Awsome!! It’s really great to find this website.
Could you give some advice to improve my speaking English? I’m using English all day at work but I don’t feel comfortable when I find myself not eager to put my opinion ahead ot other people at a meeting. Actually most of the attendees are native speakers and I don’t want to look clumsy. Yeah, I’m Korean I admit that I cannot speak like an American even though I want to speak English fluently.

Thank you in advance.

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Mooney said in March 21st, 2012 at 4:52 am

I’m 44 and live in America. I’ve been here since 2010.
I’ve been studying English in the ESL class. While I’m driving to the class ,I listen to your pop-cast(?).
Even though I concentrate on listening ,sometimes I missed something. So after getting home I enter your web.- EIK- and study it again. I appreciate you being a my English teacher.

몇 가지 궁금했던 것 적어 볼게요..
시간이 되신다면 이곳에 올려주시면 감사드리겠습니다.

{-존은 내 아버지 뻘이다.
-내 큰 아들과 작은 아들은 7살 터울이다 ( 차이가 난다)
-우리 한국사람은 일본인과 중국인들 잘 구별하는 편인데 미국인들은 대부분의 아시아인들을 잘 구별하지 -못한다. }
아, 그리고 꼭 하고 싶었던 말이 있는데.. Michael씨는 한국어 발음뿐만아니라 음색이나 뉘앙스가 아주 친근감이 있어서 좋아요. 듣고 있으면 영어를 공부한다는 생각보다 친한 사람과 수다를 떠는 느낌!

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Victor said in March 21st, 2012 at 9:02 am

유용한 표현 감사합니다.

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Michael said in March 25th, 2012 at 4:32 pm

No problem. Thanks for stopping by!

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Michael said in March 25th, 2012 at 4:39 pm

Hello, and thanks for stopping by the site!

Here are the answers to your questions.
-존은 내 아버지 뻘이다.
John is about the same age as my father.

-내 큰 아들과 작은 아들은 7살 터울이다 ( 차이가 난다)
My sons are seven years apart.
There’s a seven-year age difference between my eldest son and my youngest.

-우리 한국사람은 일본인과 중국인들 잘 구별하는 편인데 미국인들은 대부분의 아시아인들을 잘 구별하지 -못한다.
Koreans can tell the difference between other Asians but most Americans don’t seem to be able to.

Hope that helps.

-M

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Michael said in March 25th, 2012 at 4:40 pm

I answered this question on the other page where you posted it.
Check that page for the answer.

-M

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Michael said in March 25th, 2012 at 4:40 pm

Thanks!

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Michael said in March 25th, 2012 at 4:41 pm

Yeah, it seems like most Koreans aren’t familiar with the difference. That’s why I wrote this post.
I’m glad it was helpful!

-M

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Michael said in March 25th, 2012 at 4:42 pm

I’m happy to be of help!

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Miky said in April 2nd, 2012 at 11:21 am

even 이 들어가 있는 문장, 항상 혼란스러웠는데 이번에 확실히 알고 갑니다~ 감사해요!

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Michael said in April 14th, 2012 at 3:18 am

Great! I’m so glad to be of help.

-M

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SSeo said in April 26th, 2012 at 2:11 pm

이렇게 쉽게 머리에 쏙쏙 들어오게 설명해주시다니!!!

그리고 샤이니 쌤..좀 짱인것같아요 ㅎㅎㅎ 부러워요!!

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Jaehyub said in May 10th, 2012 at 4:06 pm

Hello=) first, I’d like to thanks for your very helpful podcast.
When I listened to this podcast, I guessed the word ‘issy’ that you said on the podcast is correct.
I looked up the word in dictionary but I couldn’t find.
If it’s not too much trouble, pls answer my question
Have a nice day=)

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Mina Yun said in May 14th, 2012 at 10:45 am

I didn’t know the difference between even if and even though. Thank you for this post.
In addition, I’ve been wondering how to use “even” in sentences.
Whenever I use it, even though my teacher’s been correcting me, I don’t understand it yet.

When I see that expression in a book, mostly “even” was put before a verb
but in your examples, “even” was put the right first of the sentences.
Could you explain it more for me?

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Michael said in May 21st, 2012 at 1:19 am

Hi!
I think you must be talking about the word “iffy.”
Thanks for stopping by the site.

-M

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Shin said in July 5th, 2012 at 4:30 pm

I have been practiced to reading. So even though I’m good to reading, I can’t speaking and writing.
How can I be good to speaking or writing, too?

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