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English Conversation Dictionary


 

Hello. How do you do?

It's a pleasure
to meet you.

How are you?

Fine, thanks.

I am pleased
to make your acquaintance.

What a pleasant surprise
running into you!

Long time no see.

How have you been?

Hi, Mr. Brown.
Long time no see.

Hi, Miss Kim.
Haven't seen you
for ages.

How's your business?

So-so.

Hello. Dick.
How are you getting along?

Fine. Jane.
We don't see you
much around here anymore.

I saw
Dick
for the first time
in a long while today.

Really?
How has he been getting along?

How long has it been?

I don't know.

It's been ages
since we've met.

It's been ages
since we've played a game.

Hi. Jane.
Good to see you again.

Same here. Dick.
How are you?

It's been good
to see you, Dick.

We'll have to get together
again soon.

Sure. anytime.
 


It's marvelous
to see you!

It's been ages.

Swell to see you.

Dick,
You're a sight
for sore eyes.

It's been too long.

Far too long.

It was a pleasure
meeting you, Dick.

The pleasure was mine.

I hope to see you again
sometime.

Great talking to you, Jane.

Hope to see you again.

Same here. Bye.

Thanks for invitig me
to your party.

It was great.

You're welcome.

Glad you came
and don't stay away
so long.

I'm glad
you enrolled
in school again.

I'll see you around.

As he ran out
the front door,
he yelled back,
"Catch you later!"

Oh no,
I'm late
for my appointment.

Catch you later.

I'll catch up
with you
later anyway.

I passed
the time of day
with him.

I wouldn't tell you
the time of day.

I bumped
into Mr. Kim
in a hotel lobby.

He didn't even give me
the time of day.

Well,
look who's here!
Tom Brown!

How are you, Tom?
Just fine, Bob.

Good to see you again.

Look who's here! Mr. Kim,

what a nice surprise!
Mr. Brown! I haven't seen you
for ages,

but you haven't changed a bit.
Neither have you.



 

Jane!
Fancy meeting you here!

Dick!
I didn't know
you vere coming also!

Dick,
fancy meeting you here!

Hi, Jane.
What brings you
to this pub?

Dick!
Fancy meeting you here!

I thought
you were abswent
from class today
because you were sick.

Look who's here!

Dick,
what are you doing here?

Jane,
what a small world!

Mr. Brown,
I am glad
to see you here!

So am I.
Small world, isn't it?

Hi, Jane! Gee,
you look worried.

Just the person
I wanted to see!

The computer's down
and I can't figure out why.

Morning, Jane.
How are you?

Dick!
Just the person
I wanted to see.

I've got
an important question
to ask you.

Well, speak of the devil.
Look who's here.

We were just talking
about you, Dick.

He does annoy me,
coming around here
all the time.
Oh, talk of the devil!

That's probably him
at the door now.

We were just talking
about Dick
when he came in the door.

Speak of the devil
and he appears.

Hi, Dick!
How is the world treating you?

Not too bad.

How are things with you?

Hi, Dick!
Have you been keeping
out of trouble?

Oh, yeah.

How about yourself?

Hi, Dick!
How are you keeping?

Oh, not so bad.




 
Hey, Dick!
Where have you been keeping
yourself?

Oh, I've been around.

How about yourself?

Hi, Dick!
Have you been keeping busy?

Oh, hi.
No, actually
I've been
on vacation.

I'm not sure
whether I'm doing
this right.

Don't worry.

You're doing just fine.

Everyone
in my family
is doing well,

thank you.

Good. Now then,
what can I do
for you?

Do you know
whatever happened to Jane?

I haven't heard
from her in years.

I hope
she is doing okay.

I bet
she is.

We don't need to worry.

How's your typing
coming along?

You doing Okay?

Yeah,
I've only got
four more pages to finish.

How's everything with you?
Just so-so.

She liked
the movie,
but I thought
it was so-so.

How're you doing?

Hanging in there.

How was your day
today?

Everyday is one of those days.

How are you doing?

Oh, fair to middling.

How about yourself?

Hi, Jane.
What have you been doing
since I last saw you?

No more
than I have to.

How are you doing?
One day at a time.

 




How was your weekend?

Not so hot.

How are you feeling?

Not so hot;
I'm really tired.

Dick, sorry
to have kept you waiting
so long.

No problem.

I was a little early
for our appointment.

Sorry to keep you waiting.

I'll be right
with you.

Probably
in about five minutes.

That's all right.

Take your time.

I'm in no hurry.

I was cooling
my heels
waiting for you
for two hours.

I'm very sorry
to have kept you waiting
so long.

Hi, Mrs. Brown!
What a nice surprise!

Come on in.

Excuse the messy room,
and excuse my appearance, too.

That's all right.

I shouldn't have barged
in like this.

I'm Paul Perkins.

I'm the new recruit here.

Hi, Paul.
Welcome abroad!

George Brown here.

I'm looking forward
to working with you.

I think
I need
your cooperation
until I get well settled
with my job.

I think
I need
your cooperation
until I get better acquainted
with my job.

See you later
and do a good job.

I had
my eye
on you.

You do
a good job.

You did
a good job
of painting the fence.

It seems like
you've done
your homework well,
students. Good job!

 




Oh, no!
I left
the car light on
last night!

Good Job!
Now the battery's dead.

You guys surely beat
the living crab
out of them!

Way to go, Man!

They deserved it.

I won
the first prize
in the talent contest.

That's the way to go.

Our team took
first place
in the race.

Well, good for you!

You really practiced hard
for the race.

He passed
his driver's test
on the first try.

Good for him.

I did
a lousy job
on it.

We really did
a poor job
in last month's sales campaign.

Hey, don't sweat it!

We'll do
a lot better
next month.

Dick finished
half of the work
before two o'clock.

Way to go. Dick!

Keep up
the good work!

I gotta
call it a day now.

So keep up
the good work,
everyone.

Ok, Dick.
go home safe
and sleep tight.

I have to board
the plane
now,
Good-bye.

Bye.
Have
a nice flight home,
and say hello
to your wife and children
for me, please.

Good bye, Mr, Wilson.

Please give
my best
to Mr. Jones.

Bye, Mr. Brown.

Give
my regards
to your boss,
Please.

Thank you
for everything.
Bye everyone.

Remember
us
to your wife and children.

Tell'em
we miss'em
very much.

My father said
to tell you hello.

Thank you.

Remember
me
to him, too.

Bye, see you again!

Say
hello
to your wife and children.

I will.
Remember
me
to yours.





It's a real pleasure
to have you with us
tonight.

Dick, come on in.

Welcom to our house.

Thank you
for having me.

I'd like to have you over
for lunch someday
when you're free.

I'd like to have you over
for coffee and dessert
this weekend, Ok?

This Saturday would be perfect.

You're on.

May I invite
you
to dinner on Saturday?

What's the occation?

Just to get together.

We're having
a party tonight.
Can you come?

Thank you
for asking,
but I have to go
to the airport
to meet my friend
from New York.

How come you're here?

I've never invited
you
over!

I invited
myself.

It upsets me
that he has
the nerve
to invite himself
when it is obvious
that we're having company
and he was not invited.

Dick! Jane!
Come on in!
We're glad
you could join us
for dinner.

Thank you.
It's good
to be here.

Let me bring
something.

I'd like to chip in, too.

Just bring
yourself.

I'll have
sandwiches
and whatever else we need.

May I bring
my wife along?

Just bring yourself.







Could you excuse
us, please?

We have
a train to catch.

Of course.
It was great
to see you again.

She excused
herself
and was gone
for several minutes.

Can I be excused
from swimming today?

I have
a cold.

Excuse me.

You look familar.

Haven't we met
somewhere before?

Well, I look like anybody else.

How do you do?
Nice meeting you.

Good to see you.

And you look kind of familar
to me.

While you were out,
a Charlie Brown called for you.

That name doesn't ring a bell.

Wait a second, yeah,

it sounds familiar.

Are you Jane,
by any chance?

By any chance,
are you free
this afternoon?

Yes.

If by any chance
you wake up early,
give me
a call.

We'll see
how it goes.

Aren't you Professor Brown?

Yes, I am.
Do I know you?

Do I know you?

Well, you may not remember me,
but I do remember
meeting you
at Susan Miller's wedding.

Don't I know you?
I remember
seeing you
in New york.

Excuse me,
but don't I know you
from somewhere?

Yes, I believe
we belong
to the same fitness club.

 




Dick, this is my friend Jane.

I believe
we've met.

Nice
to see you again, Jane.

Hello. Haven't we met
before?

Yes, I believe
we met
at Jane's party
several months ago.

Excuse me.
haven't I seen you
somewhere before?

I don't believe so.

Haven't you met
each other yet?

We have been taling
for about an hour,
but we haven't met
yet,
have we?

No, My name is Jane.

By the way,
how should I address him
when I introduce him?

Just call
him Mr. Kim.

I have always wondered
how to address food servers
in restaurants.

Do you call them
sir or Miss or waiter?

Politely ask
for the server's name,
and use it.

As soon as my daughter became a teenager,
she decided to stop
calling me mother.

She insisted
on addressing me
by my first name
because I was her friend.

I don't believe
I've had the pleasure
of meeting you.

I don't believe
I've had the pleasure.

I'm Dick wilson.

How do you do, Mr, Wilson?

I'm Mary Smith.

Nice to meet you,
Mr, Brown.

I've heard
a lot about you, sir.

Only good things, I hope.

I wanted to meet you
ever since I heard about you.

How did you hear
about me?

By word of mouth.

So I thought
I'd try you
tonight.

I'm sorry.
I didn't mean
to hurt you.
Please forgive
me.

 








English Conversation Dictionary 2


Could you excuse me, please?

We have
a train
to catch.

Of course.

It was great
to see you again.

She excused
herself
and was gone
for several minutes.

Can I be excused
from swimming today?

I have a cold.



Excuse me.

You look familiar.

haven't we met
somewhere before?

Well, I look like anybody else.



How do you do?

Nice meeting you.

Good to see you.

And you look kind of familiar
to me.

While you were out,
a Charlie Brown called
for you.

That name doesn't ring
a bell.

Wait a second, yeah,

it sound familiar.

Are you Jane,
by any chance?

By any chance,
are you free this afternoon?

Yes.

If by any chance
you wake up early,
give me
a call.

We'll see
how it goes.

Aren't you Professor Brown?

Yes, I am.

Do I know you?

Do I know you?

Well, You may not remember
me,
but I do remember
meeting you
at Susan Miller's wedding.

Don't I know you?

I remember
seeing you
in New York.

Excuse me,
but  don't I know
you
from somewhere?

Yes, I believe
we belong
to the same fitness club.



Dick, this is my friend Jane.

I believe
we've met.

Nice to see you
again,
Jane.

Hello.
Haven't we met
before?

Yes, I believe
we met
at Jane's party
several months ago.

Excuse me.

Haven't I seen
you
somewhere before?

I don't believe so.

Haven't you met
each other yet?

We have been talking
for about an hour,
but we haven't met yet,
have we?

No, My name is Jane.

By the way,
how should I address
him
when I introduce him?

Just call him Mr. Kim.

I have always wondered
how to address food servers
in restaurants.

Do you call
them
"sir" or "Miss" or "Waiter"?

Politely ask
for the server's name,
and use it.

As soon as my daughter became a teenager,
she decided to stop
calling me "mother".

she insisted on
addressing me
by my first name
because I was her "friend".

I don't believe
I've had
the pleasure of meeting you.

I don't believe
I've had the pleasure.

I'm Dick Wilson.

How do you do,
Mr. Wilson?

I'm Mary Smith.

Nice to meet you,
Mr. Brown.

I've heard
a lot about you, sir.

Only good things, I hope.

I wanted to meet
you
ever since I heard about you.

How did you hear
about me?

By word of mouth.

So I thought
I'd try you
tonight.

I'm sorry.

I didn't mean to hurt you.

Please forgive me.



 

I'm sorry
that I missed
your birthday.

I just completely forgot.

I'm sorry
about that.

Please accept
my apology.

Don't be sorry.

I think
it was my fault.

I'm sorry
about what I did.

I really regret it.

It's about ten miles,
sorry, kilometers
from here.

Sorry
we're a bit late.

we got lost.

You'll be sorry,
when I tell
your dad
about this.

One day,
you'll be sorry
that you didn't study harder
at school.

I beg your pardon,
but did you drop
this handkerchief?

Why, yes.

Thank you so much.

Beg your pardon,
but could you tell me
how to get to Fifth Avenue?

Please feel free
to use this room.
And please
make yourself at home.

I'm glad
you dropped in.

Have a seat
and make yourself at home.

Can I get
you something?

Yes. I'd like
a glass of tap water.

Loosen up!
Make yourself comfortable.

It's difficult
to feel at home
in a foreign country
where you don't speak
the language.

It's been two months
since he was transferred
from Chicago to New York.

I guess
he doesn't feel
comfortable yet.

Dick! Glad to see you.

What can I do
for you?

I came by to see
if you could introduce
me to someone
at your company.

Here is the suit
you ordered, sir.
What else can I do
for you?

That'll be all
for today,
thank you.
 

How about a drink
before dinner?

Thanks
but I have to pass.

Why? It won't spoil
your dinner.

All right if you insist.

I'll pick up the tab.
No. This is on me.

I owe you a dinner.

All right
if you insist.

Sing a song, Mr. Brown.

I'm sorry
but I can't carry a tune.

Oh, come on,

go ahead
and sing something.

All right
if you insist.

Jane, where did you get
that dress?

I couldn't resist.

I'm taking it right off
before I ruin it.

I cannot resist
making jokes
about your baldness.

30 percent off!
30 percent!
How can you resist?

You are being imposed upon,
and it will continue
until you take a firm stand.

It's really freezing outside.

Let me give you
a ride.

No, you're not even going
in the same direction.

It's too much of an imposition (부담)
to ask you.

No, I insist.

Thank you
for the ride.

Seems like you're going
miles out of your way.

I'm sorry
for this imposition.

I must be running now.

Already?
Stay for dinner, please.

Well, if it's not too much bother,
I will.

No, it's not.

Would you like
something to eat?

A sandwich perhaps?

No. thanks.

I've just eaten.

But I'd like a cup of coffee,
if it's not too much trouble.

It's no trouble at all.

I'll buy
you sugar-free orange juice.

I don't want
to put you to the bother.

 

I don't want
to impose on you.

Please don't consider
it an imposition.

I didn't mean
to interrupt your dinner.

I hope
I'm not imposing
on you.

No, you're not.

Thank you
for your generosity,
but I don't want
to be an imposition
upon you.

I hate to intrude,
but the restaurant is full.

Could I join you?

Sure. Have a seat.

I'll be glad
to drive you out to Kimpo Airport
when you go to LA.

Oh, Dick.
I couldn't ask you
to do that.

I don't mind.

After all,
what are friends for?

Why don't you stay longer
for a cup of coffee?

Well, I don't want
to take up too much of your time.



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I hope
you'll excuse me,
but I have
a meeting to attend.

Oh, don't let me keep you.

I can call
on you
some more convenient time.

I'm afraid
I called at a bad time.
That's all right.

As a matter of fact
I'm eating.

Oh, I'm sorry
to take you away
from your dinner.

Hold it.

You are interrupting
my dinner.

Oh, I'm sorry.

I'll call back later.

It won't be necessary.

Shall I put
these cards
in alphabetical order?

No, don't bother.

It's really not necessary.

Would you like
me to wake him up?

Don't bother, Mrs. Brown.

It's nothing urgent.

I'll call back
tomorrow morning.

Don't bother
to meet me
at the airport.

Don't bother
trying to explain.



Thank you very much
for going to that trouble.


 


I can give
you a ride
home.

I appreciate
your offer,
but you don't have to go
to that trouble.

You shouldn't have gone
to all that trouble.

You're welcome.

Don't lock
the door.

It isn't worth the trouble.

 

It's nice of you
to invite me to your house.

How nice of you
to be with us!

That's very kind of you.

I thought
you did a great job
on that speech!

Thanks, Dick.

It's very good of you
to say so.

All the best, Jane.

I'm really going to miss you.

It's good of you
to say so.

I'll miss you, too.

Could you tell me
where I can buy
Korean porcelain? (도자기)

You can buy
them
at shops in Insa-dong.

Thank you
for the tip, Ma'am.

You're welcome.

Here, Dick.

This is the extra Korean-League ticket
I said I would give you.

Great, Jim.
I can't thank
you enough!

I'll help
if you like.

I really can't thank
you enough
for your offer.

I can't think of
my past year
without you.

Thank you
for everything.

It's been wonderful
knowing you.

I hope
we'll meet
again.

I'd appreciate it
if you'd keep an eye
on my car
while I'm in the store.

Please look for me,
if you need any help.

Thanks.
I really appreciate
your concern.

 


Listen, kids.

We're having company
for dinner.

I would appreciate it
if you helped out.

I'll put on
the table-cloth.

A miniature picture of us
fifty years ago!

Thank you.
The pleasure's all mine.

Jane, I've had
a great time.

Thanks for having me
over for dinner.

The pleasure was mine.

Drive safely now.
 
I certainly appreciate
your helping me out.

My pleasure.

Give me a call
whenever you need help
again.

I really don't know
how to thank
for all the help.

Oh, think nothing of it.

Thanks
for delivering that message for me.

Think nothing of it.

It was no trouble at all.

Thanks
for the ride home.

Don't mention it.

Forget it,
It's over.

Thank you very much
for the ride.

Anytime.

Thank you
for inviting me to dinner.

Thank YOU
for coming.


Thank you
for your kind advice.

Not at all.
I was glad
I could be of help.








Don't fool around
with that knife.
: It's ok.
I'm being careful.

Don't fool around
with the TV.
: I'm trying to adjust
the picture.

Are you practicing
the guitar?
: No, I'm just fooling around.

He's always fooling around
to make people laugh.

Sorry, did I step
on you foot?

Oops! Sorry!
I didn't mean
to step on your toes.
: Think nothing of it.
I shouldn't have stuck
my feet out so far.

My grandson is 19 months old,
not yet steady on his feet,
and he almost fell over.

I always take a spill (엎지르기)
when I go skiing.

If you stand,
you'll fall
on your face
or fall right
on your rear end.

I tripped
over a garvage can
and fell down.

So I broke my leg.

She tripped and fell down
a whole flight of stairs.

Keep your lawn and porch (현관)
clear of objects
a child might stumble over.

If your mother and I were
in canoe,
and the canoe tripped over
and we were both drowning,
and you could save
only one of us,
which one would you save?

It's everybody's opinion
that the test was unfair.

Let me take
a look at the test.

I picked up
these photographs
this morning.

Take a look.
: I don't mind if I do.

They look fascinating.

Only one man tried t
o help us,
the rest just looked
on in silence.

Hundreds of people
were looking on
as the police and fire fighters rescued
the passengers
in the wrecked train.

Look me straight
in the eye.

I held my head up
and looked him straight
in the eye.

I began
getting evening calls
from men
asking for a girl
by the name.

They usually hung up
if my husband answered,
and he finally began
to look askance at me. (곁눈으로)

When actresses walk
around town,
a lot of people do
double-takes. (다시 보기)

When I just gave
all three of them
a very cool glance, (힐끗 보기)
they started giggling
like morons.  (바보)

They probably thought
I was too young
to give anybody the once-over. (훑어보기)


English Conversation Dictionary 2


Could you excuse me, please?

We have
a train
to catch.

Of course.

It was great
to see you again.

She excused
herself
and was gone
for several minutes.

Can I be excused
from swimming today?

I have a cold.



Excuse me.

You look familiar.

haven't we met
somewhere before?

Well, I look like anybody else.



How do you do?

Nice meeting you.

Good to see you.

And you look kind of familiar
to me.

While you were out,
a Charlie Brown called
for you.

That name doesn't ring
a bell.

Wait a second, yeah,

it sound familiar.

Are you Jane,
by any chance?

By any chance,
are you free this afternoon?

Yes.

If by any chance
you wake up early,
give me
a call.

We'll see
how it goes.

Aren't you Professor Brown?

Yes, I am.

Do I know you?

Do I know you?

Well, You may not remember
me,
but I do remember
meeting you
at Susan Miller's wedding.

Don't I know you?

I remember
seeing you
in New York.

Excuse me,
but  don't I know
you
from somewhere?

Yes, I believe
we belong
to the same fitness club.



Dick, this is my friend Jane.

I believe
we've met.

Nice to see you
again,
Jane.

Hello.
Haven't we met
before?

Yes, I believe
we met
at Jane's party
several months ago.

Excuse me.

Haven't I seen
you
somewhere before?

I don't believe so.

Haven't you met
each other yet?

We have been talking
for about an hour,
but we haven't met yet,
have we?

No, My name is Jane.

By the way,
how should I address
him
when I introduce him?

Just call him Mr. Kim.

I have always wondered
how to address food servers
in restaurants.

Do you call
them
"sir" or "Miss" or "Waiter"?

Politely ask
for the server's name,
and use it.

As soon as my daughter became a teenager,
she decided to stop
calling me "mother".

she insisted on
addressing me
by my first name
because I was her "friend".

I don't believe
I've had
the pleasure of meeting you.

I don't believe
I've had the pleasure.

I'm Dick Wilson.

How do you do,
Mr. Wilson?

I'm Mary Smith.

Nice to meet you,
Mr. Brown.

I've heard
a lot about you, sir.

Only good things, I hope.

I wanted to meet
you
ever since I heard about you.

How did you hear
about me?

By word of mouth.

So I thought
I'd try you
tonight.

I'm sorry.

I didn't mean to hurt you.

Please forgive me.



 

I'm sorry
that I missed
your birthday.

I just completely forgot.

I'm sorry
about that.

Please accept
my apology.

Don't be sorry.

I think
it was my fault.

I'm sorry
about what I did.

I really regret it.

It's about ten miles,
sorry, kilometers
from here.

Sorry
we're a bit late.

we got lost.

You'll be sorry,
when I tell
your dad
about this.

One day,
you'll be sorry
that you didn't study harder
at school.

I beg your pardon,
but did you drop
this handkerchief?

Why, yes.

Thank you so much.

Beg your pardon,
but could you tell me
how to get to Fifth Avenue?

Please feel free
to use this room.
And please
make yourself at home.

I'm glad
you dropped in.

Have a seat
and make yourself at home.

Can I get
you something?

Yes. I'd like
a glass of tap water.

Loosen up!
Make yourself comfortable.

It's difficult
to feel at home
in a foreign country
where you don't speak
the language.

It's been two months
since he was transferred
from Chicago to New York.

I guess
he doesn't feel
comfortable yet.

Dick! Glad to see you.

What can I do
for you?

I came by to see
if you could introduce
me to someone
at your company.

Here is the suit
you ordered, sir.
What else can I do
for you?

That'll be all
for today,
thank you.
 

How about a drink
before dinner?

Thanks
but I have to pass.

Why? It won't spoil
your dinner.

All right if you insist.

I'll pick up the tab.
No. This is on me.

I owe you a dinner.

All right
if you insist.

Sing a song, Mr. Brown.

I'm sorry
but I can't carry a tune.

Oh, come on,

go ahead
and sing something.

All right
if you insist.

Jane, where did you get
that dress?

I couldn't resist.

I'm taking it right off
before I ruin it.

I cannot resist
making jokes
about your baldness.

30 percent off!
30 percent!
How can you resist?

You are being imposed upon,
and it will continue
until you take a firm stand.

It's really freezing outside.

Let me give you
a ride.

No, you're not even going
in the same direction.

It's too much of an imposition (부담)
to ask you.

No, I insist.

Thank you
for the ride.

Seems like you're going
miles out of your way.

I'm sorry
for this imposition.

I must be running now.

Already?
Stay for dinner, please.

Well, if it's not too much bother,
I will.

No, it's not.

Would you like
something to eat?

A sandwich perhaps?

No. thanks.

I've just eaten.

But I'd like a cup of coffee,
if it's not too much trouble.

It's no trouble at all.

I'll buy
you sugar-free orange juice.

I don't want
to put you to the bother.

 

I don't want
to impose on you.

Please don't consider
it an imposition.

I didn't mean
to interrupt your dinner.

I hope
I'm not imposing
on you.

No, you're not.

Thank you
for your generosity,
but I don't want
to be an imposition
upon you.

I hate to intrude,
but the restaurant is full.

Could I join you?

Sure. Have a seat.

I'll be glad
to drive you out to Kimpo Airport
when you go to LA.

Oh, Dick.
I couldn't ask you
to do that.

I don't mind.

After all,
what are friends for?

Why don't you stay longer
for a cup of coffee?

Well, I don't want
to take up too much of your time.



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I hope
you'll excuse me,
but I have
a meeting to attend.

Oh, don't let me keep you.

I can call
on you
some more convenient time.

I'm afraid
I called at a bad time.
That's all right.

As a matter of fact
I'm eating.

Oh, I'm sorry
to take you away
from your dinner.

Hold it.

You are interrupting
my dinner.

Oh, I'm sorry.

I'll call back later.

It won't be necessary.

Shall I put
these cards
in alphabetical order?

No, don't bother.

It's really not necessary.

Would you like
me to wake him up?

Don't bother, Mrs. Brown.

It's nothing urgent.

I'll call back
tomorrow morning.

Don't bother
to meet me
at the airport.

Don't bother
trying to explain.



Thank you very much
for going to that trouble.


 


I can give
you a ride
home.

I appreciate
your offer,
but you don't have to go
to that trouble.

You shouldn't have gone
to all that trouble.

You're welcome.

Don't lock
the door.

It isn't worth the trouble.

 

It's nice of you
to invite me to your house.

How nice of you
to be with us!

That's very kind of you.

I thought
you did a great job
on that speech!

Thanks, Dick.

It's very good of you
to say so.

All the best, Jane.

I'm really going to miss you.

It's good of you
to say so.

I'll miss you, too.

Could you tell me
where I can buy
Korean porcelain? (도자기)

You can buy
them
at shops in Insa-dong.

Thank you
for the tip, Ma'am.

You're welcome.

Here, Dick.

This is the extra Korean-League ticket
I said I would give you.

Great, Jim.
I can't thank
you enough!

I'll help
if you like.

I really can't thank
you enough
for your offer.

I can't think of
my past year
without you.

Thank you
for everything.

It's been wonderful
knowing you.

I hope
we'll meet
again.

I'd appreciate it
if you'd keep an eye
on my car
while I'm in the store.

Please look for me,
if you need any help.

Thanks.
I really appreciate
your concern.

 


Listen, kids.

We're having company
for dinner.

I would appreciate it
if you helped out.

I'll put on
the table-cloth.

A miniature picture of us
fifty years ago!

Thank you.
The pleasure's all mine.

Jane, I've had
a great time.

Thanks for having me
over for dinner.

The pleasure was mine.

Drive safely now.
 
I certainly appreciate
your helping me out.

My pleasure.

Give me a call
whenever you need help
again.

I really don't know
how to thank
for all the help.

Oh, think nothing of it.

Thanks
for delivering that message for me.

Think nothing of it.

It was no trouble at all.

Thanks
for the ride home.

Don't mention it.

Forget it,
It's over.

Thank you very much
for the ride.

Anytime.

Thank you
for inviting me to dinner.

Thank YOU
for coming.


Thank you
for your kind advice.

Not at all.
I was glad
I could be of help.






Don't fool around
with that knife.
: It's ok.
I'm being careful.

Don't fool around
with the TV.
: I'm trying to adjust
the picture.

Are you practicing
the guitar?
: No, I'm just fooling around.

He's always fooling around
to make people laugh.

Sorry, did I step
on you foot?

Oops! Sorry!
I didn't mean
to step on your toes.
: Think nothing of it.
I shouldn't have stuck
my feet out so far.

My grandson is 19 months old,
not yet steady on his feet,
and he almost fell over.

I always take a spill (엎지르기)
when I go skiing.

If you stand,
you'll fall
on your face
or fall right
on your rear end.

I tripped
over a garvage can
and fell down.

So I broke my leg.

She tripped and fell down
a whole flight of stairs.

Keep your lawn and porch (현관)
clear of objects
a child might stumble over.

If your mother and I were
in canoe,
and the canoe tripped over
and we were both drowning,
and you could save
only one of us,
which one would you save?

It's everybody's opinion
that the test was unfair.

Let me take
a look at the test.

I picked up
these photographs
this morning.

Take a look.
: I don't mind if I do.

They look fascinating.

Only one man tried t
o help us,
the rest just looked
on in silence.

Hundreds of people
were looking on
as the police and fire fighters rescued
the passengers
in the wrecked train.

Look me straight
in the eye.

I held my head up
and looked him straight
in the eye.

I began
getting evening calls
from men
asking for a girl
by the name.

They usually hung up
if my husband answered,
and he finally began
to look askance at me. (곁눈으로)

When actresses walk
around town,
a lot of people do
double-takes. (다시 보기)

When I just gave
all three of them
a very cool glance, (힐끗 보기)
they started giggling
like morons.  (바보)

They probably thought
I was too young
to give anybody the once-over. (훑어보기)




Hello. How do you do?
:It's a pleasure to meet you.

How are you?
:Fine, thanks.
I am pleased
to make your acquaintance.

What a pleasant surprise
running into you!
:Long time no see.
How have you been?

Hi, Mr. Brown.
Long time no see.
:Hi, Miss Kim.
Haven`t seen you
for ages.

How's your business?
:So-so.

Hello, Dick. How are you
getting along?
:Fine, Jane.
We don't see you
much around here anymore.

I saw Dick
for the first time
in a long while today.
:Really? How has he been
getting along?

How long has it been?
:I don`t know.

It`s been ages
since we`ve met.

It`s been ages
since we`ve played a game.

Hi, Jane.
Good to see you again.
:Same here, Dick.

How are you?
:It`s been good to see you. Dick.

We`ll have to get together
again soon.
:sure, anytime.

It's marvelous to see you!

It's been ages.

Swell to see you.

Dick, You're a sight
for sore eyes.

It's been too long.

Far too long.

It was a pleasure
meeting you, Dick.

The pleasure was mine.

I hope to see you
again sometime.

Great talking to you, Jane.

Hope to see you again.
:Same here. Bye.

Thanks for inviting me
to your party.
It was great.
:You're welcome.
Glad you came
and don't stay away (떨어져있다)
so long.

I'm glad you enrolled in school again.

I'll see you around.

As he ran out
the front door,
he yelled back,
"Catch you later!"

Oh no, I'm late
for my appointment.
Catch you later.

I'll catch up with you
later any way.

I passed
the time of day
with him.

I wouldn't tell you
the time of day.

I bumped
into Mr. kim
in a hotel lobby.

He didn't even give me
the time of day.

Well, look who's here!
Tom brown!
How are you, Tom?
:Just fine, Bob.
Good to see you again.

Look who's here! Mr. Kim,
what a nice surprise!
:Mr. Brown!
I haven't seen you
for ages,
but you haven't changed a bit.
:Neither have you.

Jane! Fancy meeting you here!
:Dick!
I didn't know
you were coming also!

Dick, fancy meeting you here!
:Hi, Jane.
What brings you
to this pub?

Dick!
Fancy meeting you here!

I thought
you were absent
from class today
because you were sick.

Look who's here!
:dick, what are you doing here?

Jane, what a small world!

Mr. Brown, I am glad
to see you here!
:So am I.
Small world, isn't it?

Hi, Jane! Gee,
you look worried.
:Just the person
I wanted to see!

The computer's down
and I can't figure out why.

Morning, Jane.
How are you?
:Dick!
Just the person
I wanted to see.

I've got
an important question
to ask you.

Well, speak of the devil.
Look who's here.
: We were just talking
about you, Dick.

He does annoy me,
coming around here
all the time.

Oh, talk of the devil!

That's probably him
at the door now.

We were just talking
about Dick,
when he came
in the door.

Speak of the devil
and he appears.

Hi, Dick!
How is the world
treating you?
:Not too bad.
How are things
with you?

Hi, Dick!
Have you been keeping
out of trouble?
:Oh, yeah,
How about yourself?

Hi, Dick!
How are you keeping?
:Oh, not so bad.

Hey, Dick!
Where have you been
keeping yourself?
:Oh, I've been around.
How about yourself?

Hi, Dick!
Have you been keeping busy?
:Oh, Hi, No,
actually I've been
on vacation.

I'm not sure
whether I'm doing
this right.
:Don't worry.
You're doing
just fine.

Everyone
in my family
is doing well,
thank you.
:Good. Now then,
what can I do for you?

Do you know
whatever happend to Jane?
:I haven't heard from her
in years.

I hope she is doing okay.
:I bet she is.

We don't need to worry.

How's your typing
coming along?
You doing okay?
:Yeah, I've only got
four more pages
to finish.

How's everything
with you?
:Just so-so.

She liked
the movie,
but I thought
it was so-so.

How're you doing?
:Hanging in there.

How was your day
today?
:Everyday is one of those days.

 

*[학습방법]:
1.끊어읽기: 의미어구에 따라 끊어쓰고 의미어구 번호표시를 한 뒤  읽기
2.끊어듣기: 끊어읽기한 내용을 보면서 교재를 듣고 2번씩 따라 말하기
3.끊어쓰기: 끊어읽기한 내용 옆에 /표시하고 바꿔서 쓰기
4.끊어말하기: 끊어읽기한 내용을 듣고 따라한 뒤 2번씩 바꿔서 말하기


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