오랜만에 새로운 연재를 시작합니다!
이번에 처음으로 체계적으로 초보자를 위한 영어 회화 강의를 만들어봤습니다. 앞으로도 꾸준히 다양한 상황을 다루는 강의를 만들어서 올릴 예정입니다.
첫 편에서 원어민처럼 인사하는 법을 살펴보고 한국사람들이 항상 궁금해하는 ‘What’s up?’에 대한 적합한 대답을 배웁니다!
공유하거나 댓글을 달거나 라이크해주시면 많은 도움이 됩니다. 주변에 기초 영어를 공부하고 싶어하는 사람이 있으면 소개해주세요.
도움이 많이 되시길! ^^
A lot more more small talk takes place in the US.
Respond with the same greeting
(Sometimes “good morning” is shortened to “morning.”)
Good day, sir! (Old-fashioned greeting, now often used as a dismissal)
What’s up, man?
(Contrast with: “What’s up with you?” “What’s up with him?” etc.)
How’s it going? (goin’)
(Spoken quickly, this can be a greeting too)
How are you?
How are you doing today?
How’s your afternoon going?
How are things?
How ya been?
How are you guys doing today?
(I’m) Doing All right.
I’m doing fine, thanks.
Going well so far. How about you/yours?
Things are OK/great/going well/couldn’t be better
I’ve been all right. How ‘bout you?
What are you up to?
What are you up to today?
What are you up to this weekend?
What’s going on?
Just hanging out.
Just trying to get some work done.
Just heading over to the beach.
Nothing much. What about you?
(When you’re happy to see someone)
(It’s) nice to see you again!
There she is!
Oh, there he is!
Oh, look who it is!
Long time no see!
It’s been a long time. How ya been?
What a nice surprise!
What a small world!
(Wrapping up the conversation)
Well, gotta run.
I’d better get going.
I’d better hit the road.
OK, see you around!
All right. Take care.
OK. Take you you later.
Catch ya later.
Nice weather we’re having, huh?
Crazy weather we’re having, huh?
A: Good morning!
B: (Choose the appropriate answer)
A: Hey, man! How ya been? Long time no see!
B: (Choose an appropriate answer)
A: Good afternoon. What are you guys/folks up to today?
A: What’s up?
A: Hi there! How’s your day going?
초보자를 위한 기초 영어 회화 방송 2편을 올립니다!
이번에는 외국인을 처음 만났을 때 쓸 수 있는 자연스러운 잡담을 배웁니다.
댓글, 라이크, 공유는 항상 많은 도움이 됩니다. 유용한 학습 되시길!
잉글리쉬인코리언 유튜브 채널
무료 채널: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCgcJ1AA_mprxc-m9iHYdrDQ
유료 채널: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCO2F3NZ-Ic_h1BEeiJYoF6w
Hi, my name’s Michael.
Hi, I’m Michael. What’s your name?
(Avoid “I am Jaehong”)
(Don’t use “I’m Michael” on the phone or in text messages.)
My name’s Jaehong, but I go by “Jae” in America.
My name’s Jaehong, but you can call me “Jae.”
(Don’t overuse “But you can just call me ~”. Sounds like “Let’s lose the formality”)
Nice to meet you.
It’s a pleasure.
It’s an honor.
What do you do?
What do you do in Korea?
What line of work are you in?
Avoid: “Why are you in Korea?”, “What are you doing in Korea?”
(흔히 하는 실수: What do you do in here?)
I’m in college.
I’m a student.
I’m majoring in English Lit. at Yonsei University.
I work in finance/education/consulting.
I’m in the ~ industry
I’m a graduate student at ~
I’m doing my graduate work in biology at Yonsei University.
(Avoid: “I work for a company”)
Where do you go (to school)?
What college do you go to?
How long have you been doing that?
How long have you been in that field?
How long have you lived here?
How long have you lived in Korea?
So, what brought you to Korea in the first place?
So, what brought you to ~ in the first place?
What interested you in Korea in the first place?
What made you come to Korea?
Have you traveled around Korea?
Where have you gone?
(Avoid: “Where did you go?”)
Have you tried ~ ?
Have you (ever) tried kimchi?
Have you ever tried samgyupsal?
Have you (ever) been to ~
Have you ever been to Gyeongbokgung?
Have you ever heard of ~?
Have you ever heard of Pansori?
(Avoid: “Do you know ~” when referring to inanimate objects)
How’s Korea treating you?
How’s life as an English teacher treating you?
How’s life in Korea?
It’s been great so far.
Better than I expected.
A: Hi. How’s it going? My name’s Michael.
B: Nice to meet you. My name is ~ (but I go by ~ )
A: How long have you been in Korea? Have you traveled around the country much?
B: I’ve been here since 2008. I’ve only been to Gyeongju and Seoul so far (but I’d like to see more).
A: Have you ever heard of the Korean Folk Village?
B: Yeah, I’ve been there a couple of times. It’s great.
조금 늦었지만 기초 영어 회화 연재 3편을 지금 올립니다! 오늘의 주제는 가족에 대해서 이야기할 때 쓸 수 있는 영어 표현들입니다. ‘우리 가족은 네 명이다’ 라는 말을 자연스러운 영어로 어떻게 옮기는지 궁금하시면 배우고 가세요. 그리고 라이크, 공유와 댓글로 응원해주시면 감사하겠습니다! 도움이 되시길!
제 무료 오디오 방송: https://itunes.apple.com/kr/podcast/ing-geulliswi-in-kolieon-englishinkorean.com/id444437634
유료 유튜브 채널: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCO2F3NZ-Ic_h1BEeiJYoF6w
Convo Talking about one’s family
There are three people in my family.
There are four of us in our family.
There are three of us in the household.
Avoid: “My family is four,” “There are four members in my family”
Do you have any brothers or sisters?
Do you have any siblings?
I’m an only child.
I come from a family of four.
A family of five
I’m the eldest son.
I’m the youngest.
I’m the baby of the family.
I have two younger brothers and an older sister.
I have a ~
I have a stepmother.
I have a stepfather.
Not necessary to state: I have a mom and a dad
I live with my ~
I live with my parents.
I moved out.
I’ve been living on my own since I was 18.
I get along with ~
I don’t get along with ~
We get along well.
I get along with all my brothers and sisters.
I don’t really get along with my older brother.
My brother always bosses me around.
My parents are ~
My parents are very strict.
What chores do you do at home?
Do the dishes
I help out a lot around the house.
My dad is the breadwinner, but he still helps out a lot around the house.
He’s the breadwinner
I come from a ~ family.
My mother was a working mom.
A dual-earner household
I come from a family of doctors.
I come from a family of ~
I’m the ~ of the family.
I’m the prankster of the family.
I’m the talker in our family.
This is my mom.
This is my dad.
A: Do you have any brothers or sisters? (siblings)
B: I’m the middle son. I have an older brother and a younger brother.
A: Do you live with your parents?
B: No, I moved out when I started college.
A: Do you get along with your brothers?
B: No, not really.
B: Well, we didn’t used to, but we’ve grown closer over the years.
I had my hair cut
Got a haircut.
We’re having the house painted.
I’ll have him give you a call.
He had his car broken into yesterday.
1. Do you have ~ ?
Do you have this in red?
Do you have this shirt in blue?
Do you have this in any other colors?
Do you have this in a small
Do you have this in a large?
Do you have anything cheaper?
2. What’s your size?
I’m a large.
I’m a medium.
I’m a 1, 2 etc.
Do you do alterations?
3. On Sale / For sale
They have books for sale on the first floor.
They have books on sale on the first floor.
When will these go on sale?
Do these ever go on sale?
When is your next sale?
Off season (not: “season off”)
Buy one get one free
Do these ever go on sale?
When does this go on sale?
I got a great deal on this.
My mom’s a real bargain hunter
I got a good deal on this.
It’s a steal at that price.
5. Look around
I’d better look around a little more.
To look around
I’m just browsing.
I’m just window shopping.
I’m going to shop around a little bit.
How late are you open tonight?
What time do you open tomorrow?
I’m not ready to make a decision.
I need my wife’s approval on this.
I need to talk to my wife before I make a decision.
6. Can I try this on?
Wear vs. try on
I’d like to try this on.
Can I wear these out of the store?
Wear hat/shirt/socks/cologne/ a grin on one’s face
Where are the dressing rooms?
7. How does it look?
How’s the fit?
How does it fit?
Does it make me look fat?
That looks great on you!
That sweater looks great on you!
That dress is so you!
8. That’s in style.
That’s in style right now. That’s all the rage right now
That’s not in style anymore.
That’s in fashion.
It’s back in fashion.
That’s a fad.
It’s just a fad.
Will that be cash or credit?
Where can I pay for these?
I’ll put it on my card.
I’ll pay in cash.
What cards do you take?
Refunds and Exchanges
I want to take back this shirt.
I’d like to get a refund for this.
I’d like to exchange this. It doesn’t fit / It’s not my style.
I got a refund and used it to buy something else.
I exchanged it for something else.
A: I like this sweater but it’s a little too small. Do you have it in a large?
B: Yeah, let me grab you one. / No, I’m sorry. What you see is what we’ve got.
A: How do I look? / How does this look on me?
B: It’s so you! / It’s not really your style. / It’s not your color. / I think it’s a little tight.
A: I got this shirt for my birthday, but it’s not really my style.
B: Why don’t you get a refund? / Why don’t you exchange it for something you like?
Movies and TV 학습 자료
제 무료 영어 학습 팟캐스트 링크입니다! https://itunes.apple.com/kr/podcast/ing-geulliswi-in-kolieon-englishinkorean.com/id444437634
Prequels and sequels
I hope it lives up to our expectations.
Dialogue 1 (5:56)
What’s your favorite movie?
Do you have a favorite movie?
What’s your least favorite movie?
My all-time favorite is ~
No, I don’t really have a favorite.
I’d probably say ~ is my (least) favorite.
All-time favorite: 역사상 최고, 모든 – 통들어서
Dialogue 2 (10:32)
A: What TV shows do you usually watch?
What shows do you follow?
Do you keep up with any American TV shows?
I’m a big fan of ~.
I watch ~ religiously.
I always make sure to catch the new episodes of ~
Religiously: 아주 규칙적으로, 정기적으로
Keep up with / follow
I used to watch that show, but I haven’t kept up with it recently.
I haven’t been following it.
Catch up with
Get caught up on
Dialogue 3 (13:39)
A: Did you catch Game of Thrones last night?
B: No, I missed it. What happened?
A: Well, There were lots of surprises/twists. I wouldn’t want to spoil it for you.
Catch a show: 보다
Dialogue 4 (15:02)
A: What are you up to?
B: I’m just watching TV at home.
A: Oh, yeah? What are you watching?
B: I’m binge watching Game of Thrones. Trying to get caught up before the new season starts.
Binge watch: 몰아서 보다
Dialogue 5 (18:23)
A: Do you watch any American TV shows?
B: Not really. Why don’t you recommend one for me?
A: Well, what kind of shows do you like?
B: I usually like detective shows and scary stuff.
A: Have you heard of The Walking Dead?
B: No. What’s it about?
A: It’s a zombie show. It’s a lot of fun. You should definitely check it out.
Q&A 1 (21:02)
Q: How was the movie?
How did you like the movie?
It was fun / it was funny
(Don’t use “funny” to describe serious movies)
It was interesting.
It was entertaining.
It was great.
It was a lot of fun!
It was far-fetched. It wasn’t realistic.
It was really corny.
Genre Pronunciation: 젼러
Q&A 2 (23:11)
What was the movie about?
What’s it about?
What’s the subject matter?
It’s about ~
It’s political drama.
Subject matter: 소재
Have you seen any good TV shows recently?
Who’s your favorite actor/actress/celebrity?
That guy’s on TV.
He’s on TV.
I saw him on TV.
(Not “coming out on TV”)
What movies are out?
When’s it coming out?
It was released
관련된 어휘 (28:57)
Water cooler talk
Q: How was the movie?
Q: Do you follow any American TV shows?
Q: Did you catch Big Bang Theory last night?
6 thoughts on “기초 영어 회화 과정 (New)”
동영상 강의 너무 감사하게 잘 보고 있습니다.
5편 왜 안보일까요 ? @@
할 수만 있다면 마이클 선생님 혼자서 진행하는 것이 더 많이 도움이 되고 더 많은 것을 배울 것 같습니다.
한국어를 충분히 표현하니까 굳이 한국인 진행자와 하지 않아도 될 것이고, 그 것이 쓸데 없이 시간 낭비하고 성가시네요.
무료로 제공해 주시는 동영상은 공짜로 감사히 시청하거나 안보거나 하면 만드시는 분도 구독하는 분도 아무런 문제가 없습니다. 모든 EIK 동영상은 선생님의 신념으로 제작되고 진행됩니다. 도움이 되는 댓글을 남겨 주시든지… 본인의 부정적인 편견은 모든 구독자 여러분들이 공유하는 사이트의 방문자들의 인상을 찌푸리게 하고 굳이
이런 글조차 읽어야 되는게 시간 낭비이고 참 성가시네요. 할 수 있으시면 자제해 주세요.
5편 보고 싶어도 못보네요 ㅠㅠㅠ
유튜브에서 삭제한거 같은데 혹시 동영상 따로 올려주실 수 없나요?
5편은 동영상이 재생되지 않아요ㅠㅠ 5편 주제도 재밌고 꼭 보고 싶은데..
너무나 다양한 표현을 해주셨네요..
같은 인사말이라도 여기서는 표현 하는 방법들이 넘 많아서
무슨 말인가 했었는데…