I. Preposition Review, Part 2: On, For
When to use “on” – Use for date and day.
I will go to Pusan on Thursday.
I went to Pusan on the 11th
A: When's your day off?
B: It's on Monday and Tuesday.
When to use “for” – Use for “Leave” verb, benefit (mind and body), favor, time (기간)
1. I will leave for Pusan tomorrow.
2. Go to the store for me.
3. Wash the dishes for your mother.
4. I will be gone for 2 weeks.
5. I will go to Singapore for vacation.
A: Will you do me a favor?
A: Will you go to the store for me?
B: What do you want?
A: A Coke please.
A: How long will you be gone?
B: I will be in England for about 2 years.
Subj + have to 동사 + (해야되는곳).
I have to finish my homework.
I have to meet my sister.
I have to go home early.
I want to eat but it is too busy now.
I want to go out with my friends but I have to work tomorrow.
진주 wants to eat but it’s so busy right now.
~지만 - …but…
Subj (주어) + want to + 동사 (verb) + 하고싶은곳 + but Subj + have to + 동사 + 해야한곳.
1. I want to eat 삼겹살 but I have to lose weight.
2. Charlie wants to go to 제주도 but she has to work this weekend.
3. 유리 wants to go out tomorrow but he has to work.
A: When's your birthday?
B: It's in September.
A: What day?
B: On the 5th.
A: What do you want to do?
B: I want to drink but I have to cut back.
Ask your partner when their birthday, anniversary, or their day off is.
A: What will you buy your boyfriend for your 100 day anniversary?
B: I don't know, I want to buy him a watch but I think he would rather* have a romantic dinner.
A: Let me know how it goes.
B: Sure will.
*Would Rather – 수업에 설명
포맷 = Subj + would rather + 동사 + _____________________.
A: Do you want to go to 둘둘 치킨?
B: No, I would rather go to 불닭.
A: Do you want to eat at 김천?
B: I would rather eat at 참참참.
A: Do you want to help this customer?
B: I would rather pull teeth.
Make a similar dialogue.
A: What will you do after work?
B: I'm going straight home, how about you?
A: I want to drink but everybody has to work tomorrow.
B: Well, I hate to drink alone too, so let's go.
Make a ~하고싶지만 dialogue.