1212
큰 의미를 가진다
Well, besides being the first man to step on the moon, we’re from Beaver County where Cape Canaveral is so he means an awful lot to us.
1206
짧은 한 토막
Jen: Katie, did you watch the Republican National Convention last week? Katie: I watched short snippets of it, little clips, but not the whole speech, just little parts of it.
1201
완전히 즉흥적이야
A couple of days ago, I bumped into Jackie and Andrew. They actually decided to spontaneously rent a bike and go biking around the city.
1193
아주 많은 기회
Jen: What do you think is the most exciting thing about going to school in America? Erin: I mean you have so many opportunities of different choices of what you could do.
1186
시작할 준비가 됐어
What are you ladies doing to prepare for class that starts real soon? What are you guys doing?
1177
많이 사 놓다
Jen: Pita chips, bread, toilet paper, umbrella! Did you go shopping for your daughter? Tom: Yes we did! We went and got her all stocked up for the beginning of the school year.
1176
참여하다
I think that’s what’s so great about the universities here in America -- not only do the students get involved, but parents they can take part.
1175
설치하는 것을 돕다
So, how do parents get involved? Do you see parents coming over during orientation week to help get their child settled in?
1172
바람처럼 빨리 달리다
Jen: Oh! So you do have a cat at home? Katie: Yeah! Two. She loves them but they don’t love her. They run like the wind when she is around.
1165
김치 샌드위치를 추천합니다
FT: Number 34! Kimchi sub with a diet coke? Here you go. Next in line? Jen: Hi, it’s my first time here. What should I order?