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66일 습관의 법칙/Project No. 3: EF 온라인 영어 72

76일차. ♣ Unit 5. Awkward situations - LESSON 4. WRITING A LETTER OF APOLOGY - [Comparing with 'as ... as']

76일차. ♣ Unit 5. Awkward situations - LESSON 4. WRITING A LETTER OF APOLOGY - [Comparing with 'as ... as'] ※ Comparisons with 'as ... as' *Use as + adjective + as to say two things are or are not equal in some way. He wasn't as embarrassed as I was. *Comparisons with 'as … as' can also be modified with adverbs or adverbial phrases. The situation was not nearly as awkward as I had feared. Her comm..

75일차. ♣ Unit 5. Awkward situations - LESSON 4. WRITING A LETTER OF APOLOGY - [Apologizing and responding to apologies]

75일차. ♣ Unit 5. Awkward situations - LESSON 4. WRITING A LETTER OF APOLOGY - [Apologizing and responding to apologies] [NANCY] We didn't plan on being so rude! [BOB] And I can promise you that Emma is nowhere near as crazy as we are; [BOB] I was, uh, way out of line, and I apologize sincerely. • out of order 1-of a machine, etc.) not working correctly : (기계 등이) 고장난 e.g.) The phone is out of orde..

74일차. ♣ Unit 5. Awkward situations - LESSON 3. MANAGING AN AWKWARD SITUATION - [Managing awkward situations]

74일차. ♣ Unit 5. Awkward situations - LESSON 3. MANAGING AN AWKWARD SITUATION - [Managing awkward situations] ※ You and a colleague are trying to manage an awkward situation. Listen, then record the correct reply. A. Yes, that's right. You shouldn't have. A. Not good enough. Apologize right now! C. Don't apologize to me. Apologize to her.

73일차. ♣ Unit 5. Awkward situations - LESSON 3. MANAGING AN AWKWARD SITUATION - [Responding to awkward situations]

73일차. ♣ Unit 5. Awkward situations - LESSON 3. MANAGING AN AWKWARD SITUATION - [Responding to awkward situations] ※ Responding to awkward situations *When you are in an awkward situation, you can respond in a number of ways. For example, you can try to explain yourself (explain yourself). I was only trying to help. I didn't mean to upset them. *They might deny (deny) that they did or said someth..

72일차. ♣ Unit 5. Awkward situations - LESSON 3. MANAGING AN AWKWARD SITUATION - [Criticizing and responding to criticism]

72일차. ♣ Unit 5. Awkward situations - LESSON 3. MANAGING AN AWKWARD SITUATION - [Criticizing and responding to criticism] [BOB] The door's a bit tough, so you might have to give it a hard pull. [NANCY] I don't want my daughter making the same mistake I did, getting married young and then missing out on all those opportunities. ※ Criticizing and responding to criticism *Criticism can either be dir..

71일차. ♣ Unit 5. Awkward situations - LESSON 3. MANAGING AN AWKWARD SITUATION - [Expressions for life events]

71일차. ♣ Unit 5. Awkward situations - LESSON 3. MANAGING AN AWKWARD SITUATION - [Expressions for life events] [EMMA] Mum, you've given him three helpings already. • helping -helping (of something) an amount of food given to somebody at a meal SYNONYM serving : (식사 때 한 사람 몫으로 덜어 주는 음식의) 양[그릇] a small/generous helping 조금/듬뿍 담은 양 We all had a second helping of pie. 우리는 모두 파이를 두 그릇[번]씩 먹었다. [BOB] We'..

70일차. ♣ Unit 5. Awkward situations - LESSON 2. DEALING WITH AWKWARD QUESTIONS - [Explaining what you think is inappropriate]

70일차. ♣ Unit 5. Awkward situations - LESSON 2. DEALING WITH AWKWARD QUESTIONS - [Explaining what you think is inappropriate] ※ You're making small talk with someone you have just met. You don't want to talk about money but are happy to talk about family. Listen and record the correct response. When you see a blank, give information about yourself. C. No problem. Ordinarily, people don't ask thin..

69일차. ♣ Unit 5. Awkward situations - LESSON 2. DEALING WITH AWKWARD QUESTIONS - [Dealing with sensitive topics]

69일차. ♣ Unit 5. Awkward situations - LESSON 2. DEALING WITH AWKWARD QUESTIONS - [Dealing with sensitive topics] ※ Dealing with sensitive topics *Some topics are sensitive, and what's appropriate can differ depending on the individual and the culture. It is always best to ask the person about the topic if you are in doubt. Would you mind if I asked you about your salary? Do you feel comfortable t..

68일차. ♣ Unit 5. Awkward situations - LESSON 2. DEALING WITH AWKWARD QUESTIONS - [Shortened sentences]

68일차. ♣ Unit 5. Awkward situations - LESSON 2. DEALING WITH AWKWARD QUESTIONS - [Shortened sentences] ※ Shortened sentences /ˈʃɔːrtn/ *In informal conversation, native speakers often shorten their sentences. This can be done by leaving out non-essential words, or by joining words together. In these examples, notice the words that have been omitted, and the words that have been joined together. A..

67일차. ♣ Unit 5. Awkward situations - LESSON 2. DEALING WITH AWKWARD QUESTIONS - [Making small talk]

67일차. ♣ Unit 5. Awkward situations - LESSON 2. DEALING WITH AWKWARD QUESTIONS - [Making small talk] [BOB] Hmmm. Don't make them like that anymore, do they? [BOB] Couldn't help noticing your bumper sticker [LEO] Yeah. It came with the car. • bumper sticker -a sign with a message on it that people stick on the back of their car : (차의) 범퍼 스티커(표어나 후보자 이름 따위를 인쇄해 넣음) e.g.) Their bumper sticker says ‘..

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