August 14, 2007

Lesson 20


미래 (Future):

Subj + Will + 동사 + 나머지

I will go straight home after work.
I will drink at the Rock N' Roll bar tonight.
I will go to church this weekend.

Subj + Am Going To + 동사 + 나머지

I am going straight home after work.
I am going to drink at the Rock N' Roll bar tonight.
I am going to church this weekend.

Subj + Plan(s) to + Verb + (나머지)(with 누구랑, 장소, etc)

I plan to go on a picnic with my church group.
We plan to go to Singapore for vacation.
I plan to eat at 한빛 for lunch today.

Dialogue 1:

A: Hey ____________, what will you do on your day off?
B: I will watch a movie.
A: Which movie will you see?
B: I plan to see the 광주 documentary.

Exercise 1:

Please make a weekend plan dialogue using “Will” future format.

Dialogue 2:

A: How are you today?
B: I'm under the weather today.
A: I'm sorry to hear that, what will you do after work?
B: I'm going to drink.
A: Where at?
B: At 둘둘 치킨.

Exercise 2:

Please make a after work dialogue using “Am Going To” future format.

Dialogue 3:

A: Are you ready for the test?
B: I don't know yet.
A: What are you going to do tonight?
B: I plan to practice for the test.
A: Good luck.
B: Thank you.

Exercise 3:

Please make a after work dialogue using “Plan To” future format.

Dialogue 4:

A: Thank you for calling Eunha Hair, this is ________ speaking, how may I help you?
B: I would like to set up an appointment.
A: For what time?
B: 10:00am please.
A: OK, may I have your name and number please?
B: My name is _______________, and my number is 010-9475-4940
A: Your name is __________, and your number is 010-9475-4940, is that correct?
B: Yes.

Exercise 4:

Please make a dialogue setting up an appointment

Dialogue 5:

A: How was the service?
B: I'm very pleased.
A: I'm glad to hear that, your total comes to _______________.
B: Here you go.

Cash 이면:
A: Here's your change.
B: Thank you.
A: Please come again.

Charge 이면:

A: Please sign here.
B: OK.
A: Here's your receipt.
B: Thank you.
A: Please come again.

August 12, 2007

Lesson 15E:

Subject 1: Basic Designer Dialogue, Part 1

A: Hi, my name is Angela, I’ll be your stylist today.
B: Nice to meet you.
A: How would you like your hair done today?
B: I would like a trim. I would like the front a little bit long and short everywhere else.
A: How much would you like cut off?
B: About 2 cm in the front and 3cm all around.
A: No problem, I’ll take care of you today.
B: Thank you.

Subject 2: Basic Designer Dialogue, Part 2

A: What do you do for a living?
B: I work for BP.
A: Is that right? How’s your stay in Korea so far?
B: That’s great, the people are treating us great.
A: I’m glad to hear that. I hope you enjoy your stay here.
B: Thank you.
A: So, how long will you be in Korea?
B: My contract is for a year.
A: Enjoy your stay.
B: Thank you.

Subject 3: Basic Designer Dialogue, Part 3

A: Do you know a good place to eat around here?
B: What’s your flavor?
A: I don’t know, what do you recommend?
B: There’s Burger King, KFC if you want Western food, or do you want Korean or Asian food?
A: What do you recommend for Asian food?
B: There’s Oriental Spoon right next door, if you go downstairs.
A: Which menu item do you recommend?
B: I recommend the Fried Rice dishes there.
A: How’s the food?
B: Well, it’s an Asian fusion food, so it’s not authentic, but it’s OK.
A: Thank you, I’ll keep that in mind.

Subject 4: Basic Designer Dialogue, Part 4

A: We’re all done. Here’s a mirror so you can check the back.
B: Thank you.
A: How is it?
B: I’m very pleased, great job!
A: Thank you.
B: For your next visit, please set an appointment so you don’t have to wait.
A: Hey, that’s a great idea.
B: My name is 현주, please ask for me.
A: Sure will.
B: Have a great day..

Subject 5: Basic Conversation 1

A: Long time no see. How have you been?
B: I've been good, how have you been?
A: Just busy, busy, busy, I practically live here.
B: I’m sorry to hear that. How was your weekend?
A: I had to work, it was crazy.
B: When’s your day off?
A: Sundays and Mondays..
B: How was your day off?
A: It was great, I got to spend time with my family.
B: I’m glad to hear that.

Subject 5: Directions 1

A: Can you tell me where I can get some great Korean food?
B: I recommend 참참참, just walk towards the Coffee Bean in the alley behind the Dunkin' Donuts and it'll be on your right in the basement.
A: Thank you.

Subject 5: Directions 2

A: Can you tell where Burger King is?
B: Walk out the door and walk towards the subway for about 80 meters and it will be on your left hand side.
A: Thank you.

Exercise 1:

Weekend plan Dialogue 만들으세요.

Exercise 2:

미용실에서 맛있는 식당 위치 가르치세요.

August 10, 2007

Lesson 14E

Subject 1: Greeting at Counter

A: Welcome to Eunha Hair, my name is ____________, how may I help you?
B: I would like a perm.
A: Do you have a reservation?
B: No, I'm afraid not.
A: It will be about a 35 minute wait, will that be OK?
B: Sure.
A: Come this way please. Please have a seat.
B: Thank you.
A: Would you like anything to drink?
B: What do you have?
A: Here's our menu.
B: May I have the iced tea please.
A: I'll get that for you right away.
B: Thank you.

Subject 2: Shampoo Girl/Shampoo Boy

A: Thank you for waiting. Please follow me.
B: Oh, thank you.
A: I'm sorry for the wait, it's a little crazy today.
B: Oh, that's OK, don't worry about it.
A: Thank you for your understanding.
B: Oh, it's nothing.
A: Please have a seat here. Lean back and slide down a little bit.
B: Like this?
A: Just a tad bit more.
B: Here?
A: Yes, how's the water?
B: It's a little cold.
A: Is this better?
B: A bit hot.
A: How about now?
B: Perfect.

Subject 3: The Stylist and the client.

A: Hello, my name is 시은, I'll be your stylist today, how you doing?
B: I'm doing good. Is this your first time?
A: Oh no, my second. (웃어야되). How would you like your hair done?
B: I would like a perm.
A: What kind of perm? Jessica Simpson, Bernadette Peters or the Jennifer Aniston look?
B: The Jennifer Aniston look please.
A: What do you do for a living?
B: I work for a pharmaceutical company.
A: Oh, is that right? How's your job?
B: It's a little stressful. Do you enjoy your work?
A: Yes, I do. It's a great way to meet new people.

Subject 4: Basic Conversation

A: Is there a good restaurant around here?
B: What are you in the mood for?
A: Japanese.
B: Walk towards the subway, turn left at the second alley and make an immediate left and it's on your left.
A: How's the food?
B: It's decent.

Subject 5: Basic Conversation 2

A: Long time no see. How you been?
B: I've been good, how are the kids?
A: They're doing great. What have you been doing?
B: I've been practicing for my designer test.
A: How is it going?
B: I don't know. There doesn't seem enough time in the day to practice.
A: Don't give up. Just practice, practice, practice, OK.
B: Got ya.

Exercise 1:

Weekend plan Dialogue 만들으세요.

Exercise 2:

미용실에서 맛있는 식당 위치 가르치세요.

Lesson 19

Dialogue 1:

A: Hey, it's noon, want to grab some lunch?
B: I don't know, what will you have for lunch?
A: I was planning to eat at 한빛. What did you have in mind?
B: I wanted to eat at Oriental Spoon.
A: Let's meet halfway, how about 김밥천국.
B: OK.

Exercise 1:

Negotiate for a place to eat.

Dialogue 2:

A: What will you do after work today?
B: I had a blind date but I had to cancel it.
A: Why did you cancel your blind date?
B: I had to cancel because I have to get ready for my test next month.
A: I'm sorry to hear that.
B: It's OK, a no-man having girl introduced me so I'm not tripping.

~니까 – S + V + N, Because S + V + N
I'm hungry because I didn't eat breakfast.
It's slow today because it's raining.

Exercise 2:

Make a 왜 무엇을 안했다 Dialogue

Dialogue 3:

A: What brings you to Korea?
B: I'm a teacher.
A: Is that right? Where do you teach?
B: I teach in 노원동.
A: Wow that's so far. How is it?
B: It's fun.
A: I'm glad to hear that. Where do you normally* hang out?
B: I go to 이태원 once a month otherwise I hang out in my neighborhood.

*Normally – 버통으로 생각하세요.

질문이면, 주어/동사 사이있어야되 문장도 주어/동사 사이
What do you normally eat for lunch? I normally eat lunch at 1:15.
What time do you normally get off work? I normally get off work at 8.

Exercise 3:

Normally Dialogue 만들으세요.

August 2, 2007

Lesson 18

Dialogue 1:

A: What will you do this weekend?
B: I plan to watch a movie with my family.
A: Sounds great, which movie are you going to see?
B: We will probably watch the Simpsons movie.*
A: Let me know how it is.**
B: Sure will.

Maybe (가능성 50% 미만), 문장 앞에서 말해야되
Probably 는 주어/동사 사이에 말해야외

1.Maybe we will watch the Simpsons movie.
2.We will probably see the Simpsons movie.

Maybe 때문에 Watch 로 말 해야되, 확실안이니까.
Probably 는 거의 확실 이니까 see 로 하죠.

Exercise 1:

Plan to – 포맷으로 Partner 랑 같이 Short Dialogue 만들어주세요.

Dialogue 2:

A: What will you do after work?
B: I have drinking plans with my secret boyfriend.
A: Great, where will you meet?
B: We're going to meet at 투다리.
A: Have a great time.
B: Thank you.

Exercise 2:

지난주 약속 포맷으로 Short Dialogue 만들어주세요.

Dialogue 3:

A: Clara, is it OK if I come in late tomorrow?
B: What time will you come in?
A: Around 10:30.
B: Why will you be late tomorrow?
A: I have a doctor's appointment tomorrow.
B: OK, if you will be later than that, please call the shop.
A: OK.

Exercise 2:

약속 포맷으로 Appointment 로 Short Dialogue 만들어주세요.

Dialogue 3:

A: I'm sorry I can't drink with you guys after work.
B: That sucks, why not?
A: I have a meeting with the manager tonight.
B: I'm sorry to hear that.
A: Can I get a rain check?*
B: OK, next time.

*Rain Check - ____________________________

Exercise 3:

Meeting 로 Short Dialogue 만들어주세요.