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1

진 μ„ μƒλ‹˜ λͺ»μ§€ μ•Šκ²Œ 손 μ„ μƒλ‹˜λ„ 인기가 μžˆμ—ˆλ‹€.

Mr. Sohn was as popular as Mr./Ms. Chin.

2

μ‹œμž₯에 κ°€μ„œ μ‚¬λŠλ‹ˆ λΉ„μ‹Έμ§€λ§Œ λ°±ν™”μ μ—μ„œ 사야겠닀.

I'd rather buy it at a department store than in a market even though it will be more expensive.

3

κ°€κΉŒμš΄ 곳은 μš΄μ „ν•˜λŠλ‹ˆ (차라리) κ±·λŠ” 게 λ‚«λ‹€.

I would rather walk than drive if it's close.

4

ν† μš”μΌμ— 집에 μžˆλŠλ‹ˆ 일 κ°€κ² λ‹€.

I'd go to work rather than stay home on Saturday.

5

μ•“λŠλ‹ˆ μ£½λŠ”λ‹€.

I would rather die than be sick (to suffer from illness).

6

μ‹œν‚€λŠλ‹ˆ λ‚΄κ°€ ν•œλ‹€.

I would rather do it myself than have someone else do it.

7

λ―Όμˆ˜μ™€(λŠ”) 달리 μ§€μˆ˜λŠ” 혼자 있기λ₯Ό μ’‹μ•„ν•œλ‹€.

Unlike Min-su, Chi-su likes to be alone.

8

λ“£λ˜ 것과 달리 κ·Έ μ„ μƒλ‹˜μ€ 쒋은 뢄이닀.

Unlike what I used to hear, he is a good teacher.

9

μ„ μ „κ³ΌλŠ” 달리 κ·Έ 물건은 μ „ν˜€ 싸지 μ•Šμ•˜λ‹€.

Unlike what the ads said, the items were not cheap at all.

10

μ˜€λ Œμ§€λŠ” κ·€κ³Ό λ‹€λ₯΄λ‹€. μ˜€λ Œμ§€λŠ” κ·€ν•˜κ³  λ‹€λ₯΄λ‹€.

An orange is different from a mandarin.

11

AλŠ” B와 κ°™λ‹€.

A equals B (A = B).

12

μ΄νƒœλ¦¬λŠ” ν•œκ΅­κ³Ό/ν•˜κ³  μ§€ν˜•μ΄ λΉ„μŠ·ν•˜λ‹€.

Italy is geographically similar to Korea.

13

μ΄μ‚¬λ²¨λΌλŠ” λ‘œλ²¨ν† μ™€ κ²°ν˜Όν•œλ‹€.

Isabella will marry Roberto.

14

μ΄μ‚¬λ²¨λΌλŠ” λ‘œλ²¨ν† μ™€ μ•½ν˜Όν–ˆλ‹€.

Isabella is engaged to Roberto.

15

짐은 μˆ˜μž”ν•˜κ³  사귄닀.

Jim goes out with Susan.

16

λ‚¨ν•œμ΄ λΆν•œκ³Ό μ‹Έμ› λ‹€.

South Korea fought against North Korea.

17

λ‚¨ν•œκ³Ό λΆν•œμ΄ μ‹Έμ› λ‹€.

South Korea and North Korea fought.

18

μ„ μƒλ‹˜κ³Ό λ§Œλ‚¬λ‹€.(or μ„ μƒλ‹˜μ„ λ§Œλ‚¬λ‹€.)

I met with my teacher.

19

κ·Έ κ°•μ˜μ‹€ λ§μ΄μ—μš”?

Do you mean the classroom?

20

κ·Έ μ‚¬λžŒμ΄ μ™Έκ΅­μΈμ΄λž€/μ΄λΌλŠ” λ§μ΄μ—μš”?

Do you mean that he's a foreigner?

21

λŠ¦μž μ„ μž€λ‹€λŠ” λ§μ΄μ—μš”?

Do you mean that you slept late?

22

μœ λŸ½μ— κ°€ 봀단/λ΄€λ‹€λŠ” λ§μ΄μ—μš”?

Do you mean that you've been to Europe?

23

이것 λ§μ΄μ—μš”.

I mean this one.

24

μ € μ‚¬λžŒμ΄ λ°”λ‘œ μ–΄μ œ λ§Œλ‚œ κ·Έ μ‚¬λžŒμ΄λΌλŠ” λ§μ΄μ—μš”.

I'm saying that he is the very person I met yesterday.

25

μ œκ°€ μ•ˆ κ·Έλž¬λ‹€λŠ” λ§μ΄μ—μš”.

I mean that I didn't say that.

26

늦게 λ„μ°©ν•˜λŠ” λ°”λžŒμ— κ°œν•™μ‹μ— λͺ» κ°”λ‹€.

I couldn't go to the school orientation because of my arriving late.

27

아이듀이 λ– λ“œλŠ” λ°”λžŒμ— κΉΌλ‹€.

Because the children were being loud, I woke up.

28

μ–΄μ œ 밀에 큰 μ†Œλ¦¬κ°€ λ‚˜λŠ” λ°”λžŒμ— κΉΌλ‹€.

I woke up last night because there was a loud noise.

29

μ΄λŒ€λ‘œ μ“°μ„Έμš”.

Please write like this. ( or Please copy this)

30

λ‚˜λŠ” λ‚˜λŒ€λ‘œ 갈게.

I'll go on my own. (or separately)

31

μ„ μƒλ‹˜ λ§ˆμŒλŒ€λ‘œ μ •ν•˜μ„Έμš”.

Please choose as you like.

32

μš”λ¦¬μ±…μ— 쓰인 λŒ€λ‘œ κΉ€μΉ˜ λ‹΄κ·Έμ„Έμš”.

Please make kimchi as the cookbook says.

33

아이듀은 λ³΄λŠ” λŒ€λ‘œ λ”°λΌν•œλ‹€.

Children imitate what they see.

34

ν˜•μ΄ μ‹œν‚€λŠ” λŒ€λ‘œ 해라.

Do as your older brother tells you.

35

μ„œμšΈμ— κ°€λŠ” λŒ€λ‘œ νŽΈμ§€ν• κ²Œ.

I'll write to you as soon as I go to Seoul.

36

μ˜·μ„ κ°ˆμ•„μž…λŠ” λŒ€λ‘œ λ‚˜κ°€μž.

Let's go out as soon as you change.

37

팩슀λ₯Ό λ°›λŠ” λŒ€λ‘œ μ•Œλ € μ£Όμ‹­μ‹œμ˜€.

Please let me know as soon as you get the FAX

38

κ·ΈλŒ€λ‘œ λ‘μ„Έμš”.

Please leave it alone.

39

κ·ΈλŒ€λ‘œ μ˜€μ„Έμš”.

Please come as you are.

40

κ·ΈλŒ€λ‘œ μ“°μ„Έμš”.

Please use it as it is. [Or],Please keep writing in the same way you have been.

41

μΊ˜λ¦¬ν¬λ‹ˆμ•„μ—μ„œλŠ” 가끔 지진이 λ‚˜μ„œ μ‚¬λžŒλ“€μ„ λ†€λΌκ²Œ ν•˜κ³€ ν•œλ‹€.

From time to time in California, there is an earthquake and it shocks people.

42

μΉœκ΅¬κ°€ 가끔 λ“€λ₯΄κ³€ ν•œλ‹€.

My friend stops by now and then.

43

남듀 λ”°λΌμ„œ μ™Έκ΅­ ν’μŠ΅μ— 잘 νœ©μ“Έλ¦¬κ³€ ν–ˆλ‹€.

I used to follow foreign custom blindly.

44

밀이면 μ•„κΈ°κ°€ 울곀 ν–ˆλ‹€.

The baby used to cry at night.

45

μ‘Έμ—…ν•œ ν›„ 무엇을 ν•  지, μž₯λž˜μ— κ΄€ν•΄μ„œ 생각해 λ΄€μ–΄μš”?

Have you thought about what you are going to do after the graduation?

46

λ―Έκ΅­ μ •μΉ˜μ— κ΄€ν•΄ κ³΅λΆ€ν•˜κ³  μžˆμ–΄μš”.

I am studying about Korean culture.

47

ν•œκ΅­μ˜ 역사에 κ΄€ν•΄μ„œ 논문을 μ“°κ³  μžˆμ–΄μš”.

I am writing a paper on Korean history.

48

ν•œκ΅­μ˜ 문화에 κ΄€ν•œ 논문을 μ“°κ³  μžˆμ–΄μš”.

I am writing about Korean culture.

49

μΉœκ΅¬μ— κ΄€ν•œ 문제둜 μ˜λ…Όν•˜κ³  μ‹Άμ–΄.

I'd like to talk about my friend.

50

κ·Έ 담배에 κ΄€ν•œ 책을 찾아봐야지.

I'd better look for a book on cigarettes.

51

λŒ€ν†΅λ Ήμ—κ²Œ λ‚˜λΌλ₯Ό 맑긴닀.

The president is entrusted with the nation.

52

ν•™μƒμ—κ²Œ 책을 μ½ν˜”λ‹€.

made the students read books.

53

λΆ€λͺ¨λ‹˜μ΄ μž¬μ‚°μ„ λŠ˜λ¦¬μ…¨λ‹€.

My parents increased their assets.

54

λ™μƒμ—κ²Œ 심뢀름을 μ‹œμΌ°λ‹€.

sent my little brother on an errand.

55

μ œκ°€ λ³΄κΈ°μ—λŠ” 이 책은 ν•™μƒλ“€μ—κ²Œ 쒋은 것 κ°™μ•„μš”.

In my view, this book seems to be good for the students.

56

μ–΄λ¨Έλ‹ˆκ»˜μ„œ λ“£κΈ°μ—λŠ” μ§„μ”¨μ˜ 건강이 μ’‹μ•„μ‘ŒλŒ€μš”.

As my mother understands it, Mr. Chin's health has gotten better.

57

μ œκ°€ μ•ŒκΈ°μ—λŠ” λ‚΄λ…„λΆ€ν„°λŠ” λŒ€ν•™ μ‹œν—˜μ΄ 없어진닀고 ν•©λ‹ˆλ‹€.

As far as I know, there will be no college entrance exam, beginning next year.

58

μ œκ°€ μƒκ°ν•˜κΈ°μ—λŠ” λŒ€ν†΅λ Ήμ˜ κ³„νšμ„ λ”°λ₯΄λŠ” 것이 μ’‹κ² μ–΄μš”.

In my opinion, it will be good to go along withthe president's plan.

59

ν•œκ΅­μ—μ„œ μ‚¬λŠ” λ™μ•ˆ 친ꡬλ₯Ό 많이 μ‚¬κ·€μ—ˆμ–΄μš”.

I made many friends while I was living in Korea.

60

κΈ°λ‹€λ¦¬μ‹œλŠ” λ™μ•ˆ 이 μž‘μ§€λ₯Ό μ½μœΌμ‹œκ² μ–΄μš”?

Would you like to read this magazine while you wait?

61

λ‚΄κ°€ μžλŠ” λ™μ•ˆμ— 눈이 많이 λ‚΄λ Έμ–΄.

While I was sleeping, a heavy snow fell.

62

λ‚΄κ°€ 학ꡐ에 κ°„ λ™μ•ˆμ— μΉœκ΅¬κ°€ μ™”μ—ˆλ‹€.

While I was at school, a friend of mine came.

63

κ·Έ 물건은 λΉ„μ‹Ό λŒ€μ‹  νŠΌνŠΌν•΄μš”.

That item is expensive but sturdy.

64

날씨가 맑은 λŒ€μ‹  μΆ”μ›Œμš”.

The weather is beautiful, but it's cold.

65

μ „ν™”λ₯Ό κ±°λŠ” λŒ€μ‹  νŽΈμ§€λ₯Ό μ“°κΈ°λ‘œ ν–ˆλ‹€.

Instead of calling, I will write a letter.

66

νšŒμ˜μ— μ € λŒ€μ‹  μ’€ κ°€ μ£Όμ‹œκ² μ–΄μš”?

Would you mind going to the meeting in my place?

67

μ„ λ¬Όλ‘œ μ±… λŒ€μ‹  μŠ€μΉ΄ν”„λ₯Ό 샀어.

As a gift, I bought a scarf instead of a book.

68

μΉœκ΅¬μ—κ²Œ μ „ν™” λŒ€μ‹  νŽΈμ§€λ₯Ό ν–ˆμ–΄μš”.

I wrote my friend a letter rather than calling him.

69

μ„ μƒλ‹˜λ„ 롐 κ²Έ 학ꡐ에 κ°”λ‹€.

I went to school and at the same time visited my teacher.

70

μΉœκ΅¬λ„ μ‚¬κ·ˆ κ²Έ ν•œκ΅­ ν•™μƒνšŒμ— λ‚˜κ°”λ‹€.

I went to attend the Korean students' meeting and also to make friends (there).

71

점심도 먹을 κ²Έ 집에 κ°”λ‹€.

I went home and also had lunch.

72

μˆ˜μž”μ΄ ν•œκ΅­μ— κ°€λ”λ‹ˆ μ†Œμ‹μ΄ μ—†λ„€.

Since Susan went to Korea, there has been no news.

73

인λ₯˜ν•™μ„ κ³΅λΆ€ν•˜λ”λ‹ˆ μ§€κΈˆμ€ μ‚¬νšŒν•™μ„ κ³΅λΆ€ν•œλ‹€.

She was studying anthropology, and now he has changed to sociology.

74

μ•„μΉ¨ 일찍 학ꡐ에 κ°”λ”λ‹ˆ ꡐ싀이 ν…… λΉ„μ–΄ μžˆμ—ˆλ‹€.

Because I went to school early in the morning, the classroom was completely empty.

75

μ „ν™”λ₯Ό ν–ˆλ”λ‹ˆ μΉœκ΅¬λŠ” 벌써 λ‚˜κ°€κ³  μ—†μ—ˆλ‹€.

I called a friend, but he was already out.

76

λ°₯을 많이 λ¨Ήμ—ˆλ”λ‹ˆ λ°°κ°€ μ•„ν”„λ‹€.

I ate too much and have a stomachache.

77

μš°λ¦¬κ°€ 곡뢀λ₯Ό μ—΄μ‹¬νžˆ ν–ˆλ”λ‹ˆ μ‹œν—˜μ„ 잘 λ΄€μ–΄μš”.

Because we studied hard, we did well on the test.

78

λ°”λΉ μ„œ κ·ΈλŸ°μ§€ 죀은 λ¬΄μˆ μ— 관심 이 μ—†λ‹€.

Maybe because he is busy, John is not interested in the martial arts.

79

μž μ„ λͺ» μžμ„œ κ·ΈλŸ°μ§€ 머리가 μ•„ν”„λ‹€.

It could be that because I didn't sleep, I have a headache.

80

학생이 많이 λŠ˜μ—ˆλ‹€. κ·Έλž˜μ„œ κ·ΈλŸ°μ§€ κ°‘μžκΈ° ꡐ싀이 λͺ¨μžλž€λ‹€.

The number of students has increased. Maybe that's why there aren't enough classrooms.

81

λΉ„ν–‰κΈ°κ°€ λΉ λ₯΄κΈ°λŠ” ν•˜μ§€λ§Œ λΉ„μ‹Έλ‹€.

It is true that airplanes are fast, but they are expensive.

82

λ°μ΄λΉ„λ“œκ°€ μš”λ¦¬λ₯Ό λ§›μžˆκ²Œ ν•˜κΈ°λŠ” ν•˜μ§€λ§Œ μ‹œκ°„μ΄ μ—†μ–΄μ„œ 잘 ν•˜μ§€ μ•ŠλŠ”λ‹€.

It is true that David is a good cook, but he doesn't cook because he doesn't have time.

83

전톡 λ¬΄μˆ μ΄κΈ°λŠ” ν•˜μ§€λ§Œ 잘 λͺ°λΌμš”.

It is a traditional martial art, but I don't know it well.

84

쒋은 μ„ λ¬Όμ΄κΈ°λŠ” ν•˜μ§€λ§Œ μ €λŠ” λͺ» λ°›κ² μ–΄μš”.

Although it is a nice gift, I cannot accept it.

85

μΌμ’…μ˜ 슀포츠둜 ν•˜λŠ” 거지 뭐.

They are doing it as a kind of sport, nothing more.

86

였늘 μ•ˆ μ˜€λ €λ‚˜ 보지 뭐.

I guess he's not coming today, you know.

87

ν•™κ΅μ—λ‚˜ κ°€μ§€μš” 뭐.

I'll just go to school, nowhere else.

88

μ œκ°€ μ–΄λ”” κ°€λ‚˜μš” 뭐.

I don't go anywhere, you know.

89

λ¬΄μˆ μ€ 건강에 μ’‹κ±°λ“ .

You know, martial arts are good for your health.

90

내일은 νœ΄μΌμ΄κ±°λ“ .

Tomorrow is a holiday, you know.

91

꼬마 동생 정엽이가 μˆ™μ œλ₯Ό μ°’μ—ˆκ±°λ“ μš”.

My baby sister Jung-yup ripped my homework, you know.

92

κ·Έ 뢄은 였페라λ₯Ό μ’‹μ•„ν•œλ‹€μ§€μš”?

Don't they say that he likes opera?

93

λ„ˆλŠ” 벌써 ν‘œλ₯Ό 샀닀지?

Didn't I hear you bought the ticket already?

94

κ·Έ 뢄이 λŒ€ν†΅λ Ήμ— 당선됐닀지?

Didn't I hear that he was elected president?

95

내일이 독립 κΈ°λ…μΌμ΄λΌμ§€μš”?

Don't they say it's Independence Day tomorrow?

96

은주가 였페라 νŒ¬μ΄λΌμ§€μš”?

Don't I hear Eun-ju is an opera fan?

97

κ·Έ 책이 μΈκΈ°μ˜€λ‹€μ§€μš”?

Didn't I hear that the book was popular?

98

같이 κ°€μžκ³  ν•  κ±Έ κ·Έλž¬λ‹€.

I should have asked her/him to go with me.

99

점심을 미리 먹을 κ±Έ κ·Έλž¬λ‹€.

I should have eaten lunch earlier.

100

떑ꡭ을 끓일 κ±Έ κ·Έλž¬λ‹€.

I should have cooked (boiled) the rice-cake soup.

101

μ§€κΈˆ ν›„νšŒν•΄ 봀자 μ†Œμš©μ—†μ–΄.

There is no point in being remorseful now.

102

λ›°μ–΄ 봀자 λ²„μŠ€λ₯Ό μž‘κΈ°λŠ” νž˜λ“€κ±Έ.

It'll be hard to catch the bus even if you run.

103

λˆ„κ΅¬μ—κ²Œ μ˜λ…Όν•΄ λ³΄μ•˜μž λ‹€λ₯Έ 쒋은 μˆ˜κ°€ 없을 것 κ°™λ‹€.

Even if you discuss it with someone, there won't be any good solution.

104

μ‚¬λžŒμ΄ ν‚€κ°€ 컀 봀자 7 ν”ΌνŠΈλ„ μ•ˆ 될 κ±°λ‹€.

Even if a man is tall, he is probably less than seven feet.

105

κ°€λ‚˜ λ§ˆλ‚˜ μš°λ¦¬λŠ” λŠ¦μ–΄μ„œ κ·Έ μ˜ν™”λŠ” λͺ» 봐.

There is no use going; we can't see the movie because we're late.

106

κ·Έ 약은 λ¨ΉμœΌλ‚˜ λ§ˆλ‚˜μ˜€λ‹€.

The medicine was no use. It didn't help.

107

κ²½μ£Όμ—κ²Œ λ§ν•΄λ³΄λ‚˜ λ§ˆλ‚˜ μ•ˆ κ°„λ‹€κ³  ν•  κ±°μ•Ό.

There is no point asking Kyungju; she'll say she won't go.

108

μ‹œν—˜μ΄ λ„ˆλ¬΄ μ–΄λ €μ›Œ 울 μ§€κ²½μ΄μ—ˆλ‹€.

The exam was so difficult that I almost cried.

109

ν”Όκ³€ν•΄μ„œ μ“°λŸ¬μ§ˆ 지경이닀.

I am so tired that I'm about to collapse.

110

λͺ©μ΄ λ§λΌμ„œ 죽을 μ§€κ²½μ΄μ—ˆλ‹€.

I almost died of thirst.

111

λ§Œμ² μ΄λŠ” 쀑ꡭ에 μ‚¬λŠ” μ‘°μ„ μ‘±μ΄λžλ‹ˆλ‹€.

[They say] ManchΕ­l is a Korean who lives in China.

112

κ·Έ 뢄은 μš΄λ™μ„ μˆ˜λžλ‹ˆλ‹€.

[They say that] he is an athlete.

113

μ „ν™”λ₯Ό λ°›μœΌλžλ‹ˆλ‹€.

[They tell you] to answer the phone.

114

μ „ν™”λ₯Ό λ°›μ•„ λ‹¬λžλ‹ˆλ‹€.

[They ask you] to answer the phone (for someone).

115

내일 λ°”μ˜λƒ‘λ‹ˆλ‹€.

[They ask] whether you are busy tomorrow.

116

내일 백화점에 같이 κ°€μž‘λ‹ˆλ‹€.

[They invite you] to go to the department store with them tomorrow.

117

μžλ‹€ λ³΄λ‹ˆ κΈ°μ°¨κ°€ λ‰΄μš•μ— λ„μ°©ν–ˆλ‹€.

[I woke up and became aware that] while I slept, the train had arrived in New York City.

118

μΉœκ΅¬μ™€ μ–˜κΈ°ν•˜λ©΄μ„œ κ±·λ‹€ λ³΄λ‹ˆ 벌써 학ꡐ에 μ™”λ‹€.

[I realized that] we'd already arrived at the school as we walked while talking.

119

값이 λΉ„μ‹Έλ‹€ λ³΄λ‹ˆ 아무도 μ‚¬κ°€λŠ” μ‚¬λžŒμ΄ μ—†λ‹€.

As the price was so high, nobody was buying it.

120

날씨가 λ‚˜μ˜λ‹€ λ³΄λ‹ˆ λͺ¨μž„에 μ‚¬λžŒμ΄ 아무도 μ•ˆ λ‚˜μ™”λ‹€.

Nobody came to the meeting since the weather has been bad.

121

μΌμ–΄λ‚˜μ§€λ„ λͺ» ν•  μ •λ„λ‘œ ν”Όκ³€ν•˜λ‹€.

I am so tired (to the point) that I can't get up.

122

μˆ¨μ„ 쉬지도 λͺ» ν•  μ •λ„λ‘œ 많이 λ¨Ήμ—ˆλ‹€.

I ate so much (to the extent) that I can't breathe.

123

κ±Έμ–΄λ‹€λ‹ˆκΈ°κ°€ νž˜λ“€ μ •λ„λ‘œ λΉ„κ°€ 많이 μ™”λ‹€.

It rained so much that it was difficult to walk around.

124

무슨 μ†Œλ¦°μ§€ λͺ°λΌμ„œ 어리λ‘₯μ ˆν–ˆμ—ˆμ–΄μš”.

Without knowing what it meant, I was confused (but not anymore).

125

이λͺ¨ 이름을 μžŠμ—ˆμ—ˆλ‹€. 그런데 μ§€κΈˆμ€ 생각이 λ‚œλ‹€.

I had forgotten my aunt's name. But now I remember.

126

λ‚΄κ°€ ν•œκ΅­μ— κ°€κΈ° 전에 손 κ΅μˆ˜λ‹˜μ„ ν•œλ²ˆ λ§Œλ‚¬μ—ˆλ‹€.

Before I went to Korea, I had met Professor Sohn once.

127

그날은 날씨가 무척 μΆ”μ› μ—ˆλ‹€.

It had been so cold that day.

128

ν•˜λ£¨κΌ¬κ°€ λ‰΄μš•μ— κ°”μ—ˆλ‹€.

Haruko has been to New York.

129

μ΄ˆλ“± 학생듀도 λŒ€ν•™μƒκ³Ό λ§ˆμ°¬κ°€μ§€λ‘œ 컴퓨터가 μ—†μœΌλ©΄ μ•ˆ λœλ‹€.

Like college students, students in elementary school can't do without computers.

130

κ°€λ‚˜ μ•ˆ κ°€λ‚˜ λ§ˆμ°¬κ°€μ§€μ§€λ§Œ κ°€κ² λ‹€.

Whether I go or not is all the same to me, but I'll go.

131

λ²„μŠ€λ‚˜ 값이 λ§ˆμ°¬κ°€μ§€λ©΄ 기차둜 κ°€μž.

If the fare is the same as the bus, let's take the train.

132

ꡬ μ„ μƒλ‹˜, 덕택에 ν•œκ΅­μ–΄λ₯Ό 많이 λ°°μ› μ–΄μš”.

Thanks to you, Mr. Koo, I learned a great deal of Korean.

133

ν₯λΆ€ 덕뢄에 μ œλΉ„κ°€ λͺ©μˆ¨μ„ κ΅¬ν–ˆλ‹€.

Thanks to HΕ­ngbu's help, the swallow survived.

134

μ•„λ²„μ§€κ»˜μ„œ μ—΄μ‹¬νžˆ μΌν•˜μ‹  덕뢄에 μ €λŠ” λŒ€ν•™μ„ 어렡지 μ•Šκ²Œ λ‹€λ…”μ–΄μš”.

Thanks to my father's hard work, I went to college without hardship.

135

ν•œκ΅­ 친ꡬλ₯Ό 사귄 덕택에 μœ μ›¬μ€ ν•œκ΅­λ§μ„ 잘 λ°°μ› λ‹€.

Thanks to having a Korean friend, Yu-wen learned Korean well.

136

그곳에 μΉœκ΅¬κ°€ μžˆλŠ” 덕뢄에 여행을 νŽΈν•˜κ²Œ ν–ˆλ‹€.

Thanks to my friend who was there, I had a comfortable trip.

137

μ „μž μ œν’ˆμ΄ λ‹€μ–‘ν•˜κ²Œ μ „μ‹œλλ‹€.

Electrical items were displayed variously.

138

κ·Έ 아이가 κ·€μ—½κ²Œ μ›ƒλŠ”λ‹€.

He has a cute smile. (Literally: He smiles cutely.)

139

κ³΅μ£ΌλŠ” μŠ¬ν”„κ²Œ μšΈμ—ˆλ‹€.

The princess wept sadly.

140

κ·Έ 친ꡬλ₯Ό μ•Œκ²Œ λ˜μ—ˆλ‹€.

I got to know him.

141

λ‚˜λŠ” 뢀산에 κ°€κ²Œ λ˜μ—ˆλ‹€.

(It turned out that) I went to Pusan.

142

아이듀을 μœ„ν•΄μ„œ κ·Έ 건물을 μ„Έμš°κ²Œ λ˜μ—ˆλ‹€.

(It turned out that) the building will be built for children.

143

κ·Έλ…€λŠ” μ‚¬λžŒλ“€μ„ λ†€λΌκ²Œ ν•œλ‹€.

She surprises people.

144

ν•™μƒλ“€μ—κ²Œ μ˜μ–΄λ‘œ λŒ€λ‹΅ν•˜κ²Œ ν•œλ‹€.

I make students respond in Korean.

145

κΈ°λ‹€λ¦¬κ²Œ ν•΄μ„œ μ£„μ†‘ν•΄μš”.

I am sorry that I made you wait.

146

이긴 μ‚¬λžŒμ΄ ν•œ ν„± λ‚΄κ²Œ λ§ˆλ ¨μ΄μ•Ό.

The winner is supposed to treat.

147

돈이 있으면 μ“°κ²Œ λ§ˆλ ¨μ΄λ‹€.

It's only natural to spend money if one has some.

148

그게 μ•„λ‹ˆμ—μš”.

I don't mean that.

149

ν•  게 λ§Žμ•„μš”.

I've a great deal to do.

150

κ±·λŠ” 게 λ‚«λ‹€.

It's better to walk.

151

이것쯀은 μ•Œμ•„λ‘λŠ” 게 μ’‹μ•„.

It's good to know at least this.

152

μ°¬ κ±° λ§ˆμ‹€ 게 μ—†μ–΄μš”.

There isn't anything cold to drink.

153

μ˜€ν›„ 2μ‹œλ‹ˆκΉŒ νŽΈμ§€κ°€ μ™”κ² λ‹€.

Since it's 2:00 P.M., the mail must have arrived. (guess)

154

λ‚˜λŠ” 내일 미ꡭ으둜 λ– λ‚˜κ² λ‹€.

I will leave for the United States tomorrow. (intention)

155

λΉ„κ°€ 많이 μ™”μœΌλ©΄ μ’‹κ² λ‹€.

I wish it would rain a lot.

156

μ–΄λŒ‘ν„°κ°€ λ”°λΌμ™”μœΌλ©΄ μ’‹μ•˜κ² λ‹€.

It would've been nice if an adapter had come with it.

157

λ‚΄ μ°¨κ°€ κ³ μž₯이 μ•ˆ λ‚¬μ—ˆμœΌλ©΄ μ’‹μ•˜κ² λŠ”λ°.

It would've been nice if my car hadn't broken down.

158

λ‚΄ ν”„λ¦°ν„°κ°€ κ³ μž₯이 μ•ˆ λ‚˜λ©΄ μ’‹κ² λ‹€.

I wish my printer wouldn't break down.

159

λΉ„μ‹Έκ²Œ μ‚° μ…ˆμ΄λ‹€.

(It's almost as though) we paid too much.

160

이 μ•„νŒŒνŠΈλŠ” 값에 λΉ„ν•΄ 넓은 μ…ˆμ΄λ‹€.

(I'd say) this apartment is large, considering the price.

161

맀일 학ꡐ에 κ°€λŠ” μ…ˆμ΄λ‹€.

It's almost as though I go to school every day.

162

λ‚˜λŠ” μ˜€μ „ 쀑에 λŒμ•„ 올 μ…ˆμ΄μ—ˆλ‹€.

I was planning on coming back before noon.

163

λ„ˆ μ•žμœΌλ‘œ μ–΄λ–»κ²Œ ν•  μ…ˆμ΄μ•Ό?

What are you planning to do from now on?

164

λ‚˜λ₯Ό 바보 λ§Œλ“€ μ…ˆμ΄λƒ?

Are you going to make a fool of me?

165

길을 κ°€λ‹€κ°€ 친ꡬλ₯Ό λ§Œλ‚¬μ–΄μš”.

On my way, I met a friend.

166

이 길둜 λ˜‘λ°”λ‘œ κ°€λ‹€κ°€ μ™Όμͺ½μœΌλ‘œ κ°€μ„Έμš”.

Go straight this way, and then go left.

167

껐닀가 λ‹€μ‹œ 켜보면 μ–΄λ–¨κΉŒμš”?

How about turning it off and then turning it on?

168

μ˜·μ„ μž…μ—ˆλ‹€κ°€ λ‹€λ₯Έ 옷으둜 κ°ˆμ•„ μž…μ—ˆμ–΄μš”.

I wore one set of clothes and then changed into another set.

169

였늘 날씨가 μΆ₯κ³  말고.

It surely is cold today.

170

미ꡭ에 λ„μ°©ν•˜λ©΄ νŽΈμ§€λ₯Ό μ“°κ³  λ§κ³ μš”.

Of course I'll write to you when I get to the United States.

171

μΉ΄λ₯Όλ‘œμŠ€κ΅°μ€ μ‚¬λžŒμ΄ λΆ€μ§€λŸ°ν•˜κ³  말고.

Carlos surely is a diligent fellow.

172

이틀 내에 고쳐 λ“œλ¦¬λ„λ‘ ν•˜κ² μŠ΅λ‹ˆλ‹€.

I'll try to repair it within two days.

173

이틀 내에 λˆ„κ°€ 고쳐 λ“œλ¦¬λ„λ‘ ν•˜μ§€μš”.

I'll have someone repair it in two days.

174

μ „κΈ°λ₯Ό μ•„κ»΄ 쓰도둝 ν•˜κ² μŠ΅λ‹ˆλ‹€.

I'll try to save electricity.

175

μ‚¬λžŒλ“€μ—κ²Œ μ „κΈ°λ₯Ό μ•„κ»΄ 쓰도둝 ν•˜κ² μŠ΅λ‹ˆλ‹€.

I'll make people thrifty with electricity.

176

μ΅œμ‹  μ œν’ˆλ“€μ„ μ „μ‹œν•˜λ„λ‘ ν–ˆμŠ΅λ‹ˆλ‹€.

I tried to display the latest products.

177

사원이 μ œν’ˆλ“€μ„ μ „μ‹œν•˜λ„λ‘ ν–ˆμŠ΅λ‹ˆλ‹€.

I had an employee display the items.

178

μ„€λͺ…μ„œλ₯Ό λ‹€ 읽도둝 ν•˜κ² μŠ΅λ‹ˆλ‹€.

I'll try to read all the instructions.

179

학생듀이 μ„€λͺ…μ„œλ₯Ό 읽도둝 ν•˜κ² μŠ΅λ‹ˆλ‹€.

I'll try to have the students read the instructions.

180

μ‚¬μ–‘ν• κΉŒ ν•˜λ‹€κ°€ ν•΄ 보기둜 ν–ˆλ‹€.

I was going to decline but decided to try.

181

ν•œκ΅­ μŒμ‹μ„ μ‹œν‚¬κΉŒ ν•˜λ‹€κ°€ 쀑ꡭ μŒμ‹μ„ μ‹œμΌ°λ‹€.

I was going to order Korean food but then ordered Chinese.

182

λΉ„ν–‰κΈ°λ₯Ό νƒˆκΉŒ ν•˜λ‹€κ°€ κΈ°μ°¨ νŽΈμ„ μ΄μš©ν•˜κΈ°λ‘œ ν–ˆλ‹€.

I was considering the airplane but decided to take the train.

183

머리가 μ•„νŒŒμ„œ μ§‘μ—μ„œ μ‰΄κΉŒ ν•˜λ‹€κ°€ λ„μ„œκ΄€μ— μ™”λ‹€.

I was going to rest at home because of my headache but came to the library.

184

μ§€κΈˆ λ­ν•˜λ‹ˆ?

What are you doing?

185

λ²ˆμ—­ν•˜λ˜ μ°Έμ•Ό.

I am (in the middle of) translating.

186

μ–΄λ”” κ°€μš”?

Where are you going?

187

κ³Όμž₯λ‹˜κ»˜ μ„œλ₯˜λ₯Ό μ „ν•΄ λ“œλ¦¬λŸ¬ κ°€λ˜ μ°Έμ΄μ—μš”.

I was just on my way to deliver the paper to the manager.

188

λ°°κ³ ν”„λ˜ 참에 잘 됐닀. 먹으러 κ°€μž.

Great! I am (in the middle of being) hungry. Let's go eat.

189

κ³Όμž₯λ‹˜κ»˜ μ„œλ₯˜λ₯Ό μ „ν•΄ λ“œλ¦¬λŸ¬ κ°€λ˜ 참에 κ³Όμž₯λ‹˜μ„ λ³΅λ„μ—μ„œ λ§Œλ‚¬λ‹€.

On my way to deliver the paper to the manager, I ran into her in the hallway.

190

λ²„μŠ€λ₯Ό νƒ€λ €λ˜ 참에 κ·Έλ₯Ό λ§Œλ‚¬λ‹€.

As I was just about to get on the bus, I met him.

191

μ•ˆ κ·Έλž˜λ„ μ „ν™”ν•˜λ €λ˜ μ°Έμ΄μ—ˆμ–΄.

I was just about to call you anyway.

192

λ¬Όκ°€κ°€ 였λ₯Έ 데닀가 ν™˜μœ¨λ„ μ˜¬λžλ‹€.

The prices have gone up, and the exchange rate has also gone up.

193

책도 많이 μ½λŠ” 데닀가 μš΄λ™λ„ μ—΄μ‹¬νžˆ ν•œλ‹€.

Not only does she read many books, but she exercises diligently.

194

μž¬μ£Όλ„ λ§Žμ€ 데닀가 성격도 μ’‹λ‹€.

Not only is he talented, but he has a good personality.

195

λ„€, 그러기λ₯Ό λ°”λžλ‹ˆλ‹€.

Yes, I wish it would be so.

196

사업이 잘 되기λ₯Ό λ°”λž˜μš”.

I pray your business will do well.

197

κ·Έ μΉœκ΅¬μ™€ 잘 지내기λ₯Ό λ°”λž˜.

I hope you get along well with your friend.

198

μ„ λ¬Όλ‘œ 사 μ€€ 책을 재미있게 읽기λ₯Ό λ°”λžλ‹ˆλ‹€.

I hope you will enjoy the book given to you as a gift.

199

가격을 높일 μˆ˜λ°–μ— μ—†λ‹€.

There is no way but to raise the price.

200

ν•  게 λ„ˆλ¬΄ λ§Žμ•„μ„œ 밀을 μƒˆμšΈ μˆ˜λ°–μ— μ—†κ² μ–΄μš”.

There is so much to do, I have no choice but to stay up all night.

201

λˆμ„ μ ˆμ•½ν•  μˆ˜λ°–μ— μ—†μ—ˆλ‹€.

I had to be frugal with money.

202

μ‹«μ§€λ§Œ μΉ˜κ³Όμ— κ°€λŠ” μˆ˜λ°–μ— μ—†λ‹€.

I hate it, but there's no way but to go to a dentist.

203

문제λ₯Ό μ΄ν•΄μ‹œμΌ°λ‹€.

I made him understand the problem.

204

동생을 μ‹œμΌœμ„œ λ„μ„œκ΄€μ—μ„œ 책을 빌렀 μ™”λ‹€.

I borrowed books by sending my younger brother to the library.

205

λ™μƒμ—κ²Œ 심뢀름을 μ‹œμΌ°λ‹€.

I sent him on an errand.

206

κ΅μ‹€μ—μ„œ 말 μ‹œν‚€μ§€ 마.

Don't make me talk in the classroom.

207

λ‚˜λŠ” 냉컀피λ₯Ό μ‹œμΌ°λ‹€.

I ordered an iced coffee.

208

ν”Όμž μΌμΈλΆ„ν•˜κ³  μŠ€νŒŒκ²Œν‹° 이인뢄을 μ‹œν‚€μž.

Let's order pizza for one and spaghetti for two.

209

ν•œκ΅­μ „μŸμ„ 톡해 μ‚¬λžŒλ“€μ€ ν‰ν™”μ˜ μ†Œμ€‘ν•¨μ„ μ•Œκ²Œ λ˜μ—ˆλ‹€.

People learned the value of peace through the Korean War.

210

κΈ°μˆ™μ‚¬ μƒν™œμ„ 톡해 친ꡬλ₯Ό 많이 λ§Œλ‚˜κ²Œ λ˜μ—ˆλ‹€.

I made many friends through living in the dormitory.

211

뢀산을 톡해 μˆ˜μΆœμž…ν’ˆλ“€μ΄ λ“€μ–΄μ˜€κ³  λ‚˜κ°„λ‹€.

Imports and exports are coming in and going out through Pusan.

212

친ꡬλ₯Ό 톡해 κ·Έ μ‚¬λžŒμ„ μ†Œκ°œλ°›μ•˜λ‹€.

He was introduced to me by my friend.

213

λ³΄κ³ μ„œ μž‘μ„±μ„ ν•˜λ €λ©΄ 인터넷을 톡해 자료λ₯Ό μ°Ύμ•„μ•Ό ν•œλ‹€.

To make a report, we have to find the material through a computer.

214

이긴 μ‚¬λžŒμ΄ ν•œν„± λ‚΄κΈ° λ§ˆλ ¨μ΄λ‹€.

The winner is expected to treat (others).

215

κΈˆμš”μΌμ—λŠ” ꡐ톡이 λ³΅μž‘ν•˜κ²Œ λ§ˆλ ¨μ΄λ‹€.

It's expected that the traffic will be congested on Fridays.

216

학생은 μ‹œκ°„μ΄ μ—†κΈ° λ§ˆλ ¨μ΄μ•Ό.

Students are expected to be busy.

217

κΈ°μ°¨ν‘œλŠ” λΉ„ν–‰κΈ°ν‘œμ— λΉ„ν•΄ 값이 μ‹Ό νŽΈμ΄λ‹€.

Train tickets are somewhat cheaper than airplane tickets.

218

일본에 λΉ„ν•΄ 미ꡭ은 λ¬Όκ°€κ°€ μ‹Έμš”.

Compared with those in Japan, the prices are cheaper in the United States.

219

이 μ»΄ν“¨ν„°λŠ” 가격에 λΉ„ν•΄ μ„±λŠ₯이 쒋은 νŽΈμž…λ‹ˆλ‹€.

Considering the price, this computer performs relatively well.

220

ν—¨λ¦¬λŠ” λ‚˜μ΄μ— λΉ„ν•΄ μ–΄λ € 보여.

Henry looks young for his age.

221

λ„ˆλ„ μ•Œλ‹€μ‹œν”Ό 내일이 λ§ˆμ΄μ•Όμ˜ 생일이야.

As you know, tomorrow is Maya's birthday.

222

μ„ μƒλ‹˜κ»˜μ„œλ„ μ•„μ‹œλ‹€μ‹œν”Ό μš”μ¦˜ 거리가 λ³΅μž‘ν•΄μš”.

As you (HON.) know, the streets are crowded these days.

223

λ„ˆλ„ λ³΄λ‹€μ‹œν”Ό μ—¬κΈ°λŠ” μ˜μžκ°€ 없지 μ•Šλ‹ˆ.

As you can see, there are no chairs here.

224

λ„ˆλ„ λ“€μ—ˆλ‹€μ‹œν”Ό 에릭이 내일 μ˜¨λŒ€.

As you heard, (they say) Eric is coming tomorrow.

225

였늘 λ°”λΉ μ„œ κ΅Άλ‹€μ‹œν”Ό ν–ˆμ–΄.

I was so busy today I almost starved.

226

λŠ¦μ„κΉŒλ΄ ν•™κ΅κΉŒμ§€ λ›°λ‹€μ‹œν”Ό ν•΄μ„œ κ°”μ–΄.

Afraid that I might be late, I almost ran all the way to school.

227

성함이 μ–΄λ–»κ²Œ λ˜μ„Έμš”?

What is your name? (HON.)

228

였늘 ν™˜μœ¨μ€ μ–΄λ–»κ²Œ λ˜μ§€μš”?

What is today's exchange rate?

229

이 μ»΄ν“¨ν„°λŠ” 가격이 μ–΄λ–»κ²Œ λ˜μ§€μš”? (or μ–Όλ§ˆλ‚˜ ν•˜μ§€μš”? μ–΄λ–»κ²Œ ν•˜μ§€μš”?)

How much is this computer?

230

였늘 λ―Έκ΅­ν–‰ λΉ„ν–‰κΈ° μŠ€μΌ€μ€„μ΄ μ–΄λ–»κ²Œ λ˜λ‚˜μš”?

What's today's airplane schedule to America like?

231

μ•„λ²„λ‹˜μ€ μ—°μ„Έκ°€ μ–΄λ–»κ²Œ λ˜μ„Έμš”?

How old is your father?

232

μΉœκ΅¬λŠ” μˆ μ„ λ§ˆμ‹œκΈ°λ§Œ ν•˜λ©΄ μ‘Έμ•„μš”.

Whenever he drinks, my friend falls asleep.

233

λ‚˜λŠ” μ°¨λ₯Ό νƒ€κΈ°λ§Œ ν•˜λ©΄ 잠이 μ™€μš”.

Whenever I am in a car, I get sleepy.

234

λˆμ„ 벌기만 ν•˜λ©΄ 컴퓨터λ₯Ό ν•˜λ‚˜ μ‚΄ κ±°μ•Ό.

Only if I make money will I buy a computer.

235

μ»΄ν“¨ν„°μ˜ μš©λŸ‰μ„ 늘리기만 ν•˜λ©΄ ν•œκΈ€ μ†Œν”„νŠΈμ›¨μ–΄λ₯Ό μ“Έ 수 μžˆλ‹€.

Only if I add more memory to the computer can I use the Korean software.

236

이 λ…Έλž˜λŠ” 귀에 읡닀.

This song sounds familiar.

237

κ·Έ μ‚¬λžŒμ˜ 얼꡴이 λˆˆμ— 읡닀.

His face looks familiar.

238

μ € λ‚¨μžλŠ” 낯이 읡은 μ‚¬λžŒμ΄λ‹€.

The man has a familiar face.

239

일이 손에 μ΅μ—ˆλ‹€.

I'm used to the job.

240

μƒ€μ›Œλ₯Ό ν•˜λŠ” λ‘₯ λ§ˆλŠ” λ‘₯ [ν•˜κ³ ] λ›°μ–΄ λ‚˜κ°”λ‹€.

I hurriedly took a shower and ran out.

241

아침을 λ¨ΉλŠ” λ‘₯ λ§ˆλŠ” λ‘₯ (ν•˜κ³ ) 학ꡐ에 μ™”λ‹€.

I hardly ate breakfast and then came to school.

242

μž μ„ μžλŠ” λ‘₯ λ§ˆλŠ” λ‘₯ (ν•˜κ³ ) 일어났닀.

I had barely slept when I woke up.

243

약속이 μžˆμ–΄μ„œ 인사λ₯Ό ν•˜λŠ” λ‘₯ λ§ˆλŠ” λ‘₯ν•˜κ³  아저씨 집을 λ‚˜μ™”λ‹€.

Because I had an appointment, I left my uncle's house in a hurry, barely saying good-bye.

244

졜근 λ‚˜μ˜¨ μž‘μ§€μ— λ”°λ₯΄λ©΄ λ§Žμ€ 미ꡭ인듀이 μ€ν‡΄ν•œ 후에 λ©•μ‹œμ½”λ‘œ κ°„λ‹€.

According to the latest magazine, many Americans move to Mexico after their retirement.

245

κ·Έ 연ꡬ에 λ”°λ₯΄λ©΄ ν•œκ΅­ μ‚¬λžŒμ€ 였래 μ‚¬λŠ” μ‚¬λžŒλ“€ μ€‘μ˜ ν•˜λ‚˜λΌκ³  ν•˜κ² λ‹€.

On the basis of the research, we can say that Koreans are among those who live long.

246

100원이면 μΆ©λΆ„ν•΄μš”.

100 won is enough.

247

큰 λ„μ‹œλŠ” μ–΄λŠ λ‚˜λΌλ‚˜ λ³΅μž‘ν•΄μš”.

A big city in any country is crowded.

248

동생이 곡뢀λ₯Ό μ—΄μ‹¬νžˆ ν•΄μš”.

My younger brother is studying very hard.

249

아침에 곡뢀가 잘 λΌμš”.

Studies go well in the morning (automatically)./I can study well in the morning.

250

μ œμ£Όλ„μ— μƒˆ 곡항을 κ±΄μ„€ν–ˆμ–΄μš”.

We built a new airport on Cheju Island.

251

κ·Έ νšŒμ‚¬μ˜ λ„μ›€μœΌλ‘œ μƒˆ νšŒκ΄€μ΄ κ±΄μ„€λΌμš”.

The conference hall is being built with company assistance.

252

암에 λŒ€ν•˜μ—¬/암을 μ—°κ΅¬ν•΄μš”.

I am doing research on cancer.

253

AIDSκ°€ 많이 μ—°κ΅¬λ˜κ³  μžˆμ–΄μš”.

A lot of research is being done on AIDS.

254

λ―Έκ΅­κ³Ό μ§€λ¦¬μ μœΌλ‘œ 가깝닀 ν•˜λ”λΌλ„ λ©•μ‹œμ½”λŠ” 경제적으둜 차이가 많이 λ‚œλ‹€.

Although Mexico is close to the United States, they are quite different economically.

255

같은 미ꡭ에 μ‚΄κ³  μžˆλ‹€ ν•˜λ”λΌλ„ 멀리 λ–¨μ–΄μ Έ μ‚΄λ©΄ 자주 λ§Œλ‚  μˆ˜κ°€ μ—†μ§€μš”.

Even if we both live in the United States, if we're far apart, we can't see each other often.

256

ν•œκ΅­μœΌλ‘œ κ°„λ‹€ ν•˜λ”λΌλ„ λ„ˆλ₯Ό μžŠμ§€ μ•Šμ„κ²Œ.

Even if you go to Korea, I'll not forget you.

257

비타민을 λ¨ΉλŠ”λ‹€ ν•˜λ”λΌλ„ μ‹μ‚¬λŠ” 잘 ν•΄μ•Ό λΌμš”.

Even if you take vitamins, you should eat well.

258

우리끼리

among us, "by ourselves"

259

친ꡬ끼리[만]

[only] with friends

260

μƒˆλ“€λΌλ¦¬

among the birds by themselves

261

같은 μΈμ’…λ“€λΌλ¦¬λ§Œ λͺ¨μ—¬ μ‚°λ‹€λ©΄ λ‹€λ₯Έ λ¬Έν™”λ₯Ό 배울 수 μ—†μ–΄μš”.

If we live only among the same race, we can't learn about other cultures.

262

ν”Œλ‘œλ¦¬λ‹€μ— κ°€λ©΄ 노인듀끼리 μ‚¬λŠ” 동넀가 μžˆλ‹€.

If you go to Florida, there is a town where older people live by themselves.

263

νŒŒν‹°μ— κ°€μ„œ μ•„λŠ” 친ꡬ끼리만 놀면 μž¬λ―Έμ—†μ–΄.

It's no fun to be only with your friends at a party.

264

톡일에 λŒ€ν•œ λ‚¨ν•œκ³Ό λΆν•œμ˜ μ˜κ²¬μ€ μ²œμ§€μ°¨μ΄μ—μš”.

The opinions of the South and North Koreans on unification are a world apart.

265

저희 ν• λ¨Έλ‹ˆκ»˜μ„œλŠ” μ—¬μžμ™€ λ‚¨μžλŠ” μ²œμ§€μ°¨μ΄λΌκ³  μƒκ°ν•˜μ„Έμš”.

My grandmother thinks the difference between men and women is huge.

266

μ‹ μ„ΈλŒ€μ™€ μ–΄λ₯Έλ“€μ˜ 생각은 μ²œμ§€μ°¨μ΄μž…λ‹ˆλ‹€.

The new generation and the older generation think quite differently.

267

일석이쑰 (δΈ€ηŸ³δΊŒι³₯)

one stone two birds

268

만μž₯일치 (滿場一致)

unanimously

269

μ‹­μ€‘νŒ”κ΅¬ (十中八九)

eight or nine out of ten, "most likely"

270

λ°±λ°œλ°±μ€‘ (η™Ύη™Όη™ΎδΈ­)

a hundred hits to a hundred shots

271

κΈˆμ‹œμ΄ˆλ¬Έ (δ»Šζ™‚εˆθž)

hearing it for the first time

272

곡주가 울 λ•Œλ©΄ 왕은 농담을 ν–ˆλ‹€.

When the princess cried, the king teased her.

273

μ§„λ‹¬λž˜κ½ƒμ΄ ν•„ λ•Œλ©΄ κ³ ν–₯을 μƒκ°ν•œλ‹€.

Whenever azaleas bloom, I think of my hometown.

274

내년에 λ‹€μ‹œ λ§Œλ‚  λ•Œλ©΄ λ„ˆλŠ” λŒ€ν•™μƒμ΄ λ˜μ–΄ μžˆκ² μ§€?

By the time I see you again, you will be a college student, won't you?

275

ν•™μƒλ“€μ—κ²Œ ν•œκ΅­μ–΄λ‘œλ§Œ λ§ν•˜κ²Œ ν•΄μš”.

I make the students speak only in Korean.

276

μ—λ””μŠ¨μ€ μ „κΉƒλΆˆμ„ 발λͺ…ν•΄ μ‚¬λžŒλ“€μ„ λ†€λΌκ²Œ ν–ˆμ–΄μš”.

Edison surprised people by inventing the light bulb.

277

μ˜μ‚¬λ“€μ€ 당뇨병 ν™˜μžμ—κ²Œ 사탕을 λͺ» 먹게 ν•œλ‹€.

Doctors make diabetic patients stop eating candy.

278

μ‚¬μœ—κ°

prospective son-in-law

279

며느릿감

prospective daughter-in-law

280

μ‹ λž‘κ°

prospective bridegroom

281

λŒ€ν†΅λ Ήκ°

(suitable for) a future president

282

λ‹€λ₯Έ λ‚¨μžμ—κ²Œ 관심을 λ³΄μ΄κΈ°λŠ”μ»€λ…• μ˜¨λ‹¬μ—κ²Œ μ‹œμ§‘κ°„λ‹€κ³  ν–ˆμ–΄μš”.

Far from showing interest in other men, she said she would marry only Ondal.

283

μ•„λ²„λ‹˜μ€ λ…Έν•˜μ‹œκΈ°λŠ”μ»€λ…• μΉ­μ°¬ν•΄ μ£Όμ…¨λ‹€.

Far from being angry, my father praised me.

284

λλ§ˆμΉ˜κΈ°λŠ”μ»€λ…• μ‹œμž‘λ„ μ•ˆ ν–ˆλ‹€.

Far from finishing it, I haven't even started.

285

만 원은 컀녕 μ‹­ 원도 μ—†μ–΄μš”.

I have not even 10 won, let alone 10,000 won.

286

μ™Έκ΅­μ–΄λŠ” 컀녕 μ˜μ–΄λ„ 잘 λͺ»ν•΄μš”.

I don't speak even English well, let alone a foreign language.

287

μ‹ ν™”κ°€ κ·Έλ ‡κ²Œ μž¬λ―ΈμžˆλŠ” 쀄 λͺ°λžμ–΄μš”.

I didn't expect mythology would be so interesting.

288

밀에 λΉ„κ°€ μ΄λ ‡κ²Œ 많이 온 쀄 λͺ°λžμ–΄μš”.

I didn't know it rained so much last night.

289

였늘 λΉ„κ°€ 올 쀄 λͺ°λžμ–΄μš”.

I didn't know it would rain today.

290

μ‹œν—˜μ΄ μ‰¬μšΈ 쀄 μ•Œμ•˜μ–΄μš”. [그런데 μ–΄λ €μ› μ–΄μš”.]

I expected the exam would be easy. [But it was difficult.]

291

μ•ˆκ²½μ„ μ“΄ 채 λͺ©μš•νƒ•μ— λ“€μ–΄κ°”λ‹€.

I got into the bathtub with my glasses on.

292

μ°¨ 속에 앉은 μ±„λ‘œ 3μ‹œκ°„μ„ λ³΄λƒˆλ‹€.

I spent three hours (while) sitting in the car.

293

μ‹ λ°œμ„ 신은 μ±„λ‘œ 방에 듀어가지 마.

Don't enter the room with shoes on.

294

우리 ν• λ¨Έλ‹ˆλŠ” μ‹ λž‘ 얼꡴도 λͺ¨λ₯Έ 채 κ²°ν˜Όν–ˆλŒ€μš”.

My grandmother said she got married to the bridegroom without having seen him beforehand.

295

λ‚˜λˆ„μ–΄μ Έ μžˆλ‹€

something was divided and is still divided

296

μ„Έμ›Œμ Έ μžˆλ‹€

something was established and is still established

297

λ–¨μ–΄μ Έ μžˆλ‹€

something was separated and is still separated

298

λ„˜μ–΄μ Έ μžˆλ‹€

something fell down and is in the down position

299

μ—Žμ–΄μ Έ μžˆλ‹€

something fell and is flat on its face

300

λΆ€μ„œμ Έ μžˆλ‹€

something is broken

301

λΉ μ Έ μžˆλ‹€

something came off and is still off

302

λ‹€λ“€ ν•œλ°˜λ„λ₯Ό κ°€λ³΄κ³ μž ν•œλ‹€.

Everyone tries to visit the Korean Peninsula.

303

μ˜€λŠ˜μ€ μ—¬λŸ¬λΆ„μ˜ μ˜κ²¬μ„ λ“£κ³ μž ν•©λ‹ˆλ‹€.

I would like to hear your opinions today.

304

κ·Έ κ΅­νšŒμ˜μ›μ€ 법을 κ³ μ³μ„œ ν‰λ“±ν•œ μ‚¬νšŒλ₯Ό λ§Œλ“€κ³ μž ν–ˆμŠ΅λ‹ˆλ‹€.

The congressman tried to change the law and make a fair society.

305

λ‚΄μΌλΆ€ν„°λŠ” 저녁 λ¨ΉκΈ° 전에 κΌ­ μš΄λ™μ„ ν•˜κ³ μž ν•œλ‹€.

I plan to exercise before dinner, starting tomorrow for sure.

306

ν•œκ΅­ μ „μŸμ€ "윑 이였"라고 λΆˆλ¦¬κΈ°λ„ ν•œλ‹€.

The Korean War is also known as (the war of) "June twenty-fifth."

307

여름에 보톡 λ₯μ§€λ§Œ 가끔 μΆ₯기도 ν•˜λ‹€.

It is usually warm, but sometimes it is cold in the summer.

308

κ·Έ λ°˜λ„λŠ” 무역에 μ€‘μš”ν•œ μœ„μΉ˜μ΄κΈ°λ„ ν•˜λ‹€.

The peninsula is also an important location for commercial transportation.

309

그뢄은 책읽기λ₯Ό μ’‹μ•„ν•΄μ„œ μ†Œμ„€μ±…μ„ λΉ„λ‘―ν•˜μ—¬ λ§Œν™”μ±…κΉŒμ§€ λ‹€ μ½μ–΄μš”.

Because she/he loves to read, she/he reads all kinds of books from novels to comics.

310

λŒ€μ „κ³Ό λΆ€μ—¬λ₯Ό λΉ„λ‘―ν•˜μ—¬ 좩청남도λ₯Ό λ‹€ λ‘˜λŸ¬λ΄€λ‹€.

We toured all of the South Ch'ungch'ŏng Province, including Taejŏn and Puyŏ.

311

λΆν•œμ—λŠ” κΈˆκ°•μ‚°μ„ λΉ„λ‘―ν•˜μ—¬ μ•„λ¦„λ‹€μš΄ 산듀이 많이 μžˆλ‹€.

There are many beautiful mountains in North Korea, including the KΕ­mgang Mountains.

312

적ꡰ에 μ˜ν•΄ μ „μŸμ΄ μ‹œμž‘λ˜μ—ˆλ‹€.

The war was started by the enemy.

313

선거에 μ˜ν•΄ μƒˆ λŒ€ν†΅λ Ήμ΄ λ½‘ν˜”λ‹€.

The president was elected by voting.

314

두 λ‚˜λΌλ‘œ λ‚˜λ‰˜μ–΄ μžˆλ‹€λŠ” 것은 비극이 아닐 수 μ—†λ‹€.

Having a country divided cannot be anything but a tragedy.

315

κ·Έ λ•Œ κ·Έ 물건을 μ•ˆ μ‚° 것은 잘λͺ»μ΄ 아닐 수 μ—†μ–΄μš”.

Not buying the item at the time was such a mistake.

316

νƒœκΆŒλ„λŠ” ν•œκ΅­μ˜ λŒ€ν‘œμ  무술이 아닐 수 없지.

Tae kwon do can't be anything but a representative Korean martial art.