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?
1164
이것 아니면 저것을 할 수 있다
Jen: So you guys just use the iPad for the register? Cupcake Cashier: Uh-huh, yup! It has all of our cupcakes here.
1163
그냥 내 가방에 넣을게요
Jen: I don’t need a bag, I will just stick it in my purse. Cashier: Are you sure? Jen: Uh huh.
1161
귀찮은 일이야
Jen: George, it seems like you have a big list of ‘Back to School’ items for your kids. George: This is my first year doing it. My wife usually does it so yes…it is a hassle for me.
1158
큰 인상을 남기다
Jen: Hi Josh, how are you? Josh: Great, thanks! Jen: Good. What did you do today? Josh: We went to the Holocaust Museum.
1124
환영합니다!
Pete: Hi! Are you Anna? Anna: Yes! Hi there! Are you Pete?
1123
~인 것처럼 보인다
We also like the metro system here. It seems to be very quick and efficient.