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영어회화의 결정적 표현들. 표현교정 중급 20.

태뽕이 2022. 10. 4. 23:03
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영어회화의 결정적 표현들.

표현교정 중급 20.

1. I'm sure it's just a passing thing.

2. I'm not the person you think I am.

3. I know these things.

4. I'll get to the point.

5. I won't beat around the bush.

• beat about the bush | • beat around the bush

-to talk about something for a long time without coming to the main point

-avoiding the main topic, and not speaking directly about the issue.

e.g.)

Stop beating about the bush and tell me what you want.

If you want to ask me, just ask; don’t beat around the bush.

 

 

 

6. You talk too much.

7. You deal with him.

8. You know why.

9. you know you can't be mad at her for that.

10. You know the thing about you?

11. You'll get the hang of it.

• get the hang of something

-(informal) to learn how to do or to use something; to understand something

: ~을 할[쓸] 줄 알게 되다; ~을 이해하다

e.g.)

It's not difficult once you get the hang of it.

                               일단 이해만 하면 그게 어렵지는 않다.

I can’t seem to get the hang of this game.

I never got the hang of negative numbers.

 

 

12. You don't have to bother.

13. You should have some consideration for others.

14. You can't keep doing this.

15. You need to be clear about this.

16. You can't carry on like this.

• carry on (with something) | carry something ↔ on

-to continue doing something

: ~을 계속하다

e.g.)

Carry on with your work while I'm away.

                               내가 없는 동안 공부 계속해.

After he left I just tried to carry on as normal (= do the things I usually do).

                               그가 떠난 후 난 그저 계속 평상시처럼 지내려고 애를 썼다.

Carry on the good work!

                               계속 일 잘 해!

*carry on doing something

He carried on peeling the potatoes.

                               그는 계속 감자 껍질을 벗겼다.

 

 

 

17. You can't say that.

18. You have a little to lose.

19. You mustn't do that.

20. Now you're catching on.

#Phrasal verb

• catch on

-to become popular or fashionable

: 유행하다[인기를 얻다]

e.g.)

He invented a new game, but it never really caught on.

                               그가 새 게임을 개발했지만 그것은 한번도 제대로 인기를 끌지 못했다.

 

 

• catch on (to something)

-(informal) to understand something

: (~을) 이해하다

e.g.)

@He is very quick to catch on to things.

                               그는 사태 파악이 아주 빠르다.

 

*be very quick to catch on to things.

: ~는 사태 파악이 아주 빠르다.

 

 

21. You should go.

22. Maybe you did something to deserve it.

23. All you need is patience.

24. We've already discussed this.

25. We can't do this anymore.

26. Nobody likes it when you are naughty.

27. It's strictly up to you.

28. It isn't as easy as it sounds.

29. It's a habit you really need to break.

30. It's not that big of a deal.

31. It's nothing to be ashamed of.

32. It is best to get it all out in the beginning.

• get something out

-8. To reveal something. In this usage, a noun or pronoun can be used between "get" and "out."

e.g.)

If the government doesn't get these facts out there now, more people will die.

 

 

 

33. It depends on you.

34. It doesn't work that way.

35. It's safer that way.

36. It might invite misunderstanding.

• invite

-to make something, especially something bad or unpleasant, likely to happen

: (특히 좋지 않은 일을) 불러들이다[자초하다]

e.g.)

*invite something

Such comments are just inviting trouble.

                               그러한 논평은 문제를 자초할 뿐이다.

*invite somebody/something to do something

Such harsh punishments invited prisoners to respond with defiance.

The film seems to invite comparison with ‘The Italian Job’.

The hype and fervour surrounding the event positively invited scepticism.

 

 

 

37. This has to stop.

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