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공부 준비 (수업 시작하기전 활동) >> 1. Has everybody got a book? > Is there anyone without a book? > Who hasn't got a copy of the text? > Where is your workbook, Bill? > Is there anyone who hasn't got a copy of the article? > Can anyone lend Bill a copy of the book? > Would someone give Alison a sheet of paper? >> 2. Can you see all right? > Can you see the picture? > Can you hear all right? > Can you all see/ hear? > Is the volume all right? >> 3. Have you found the page? > Is there anybody who still hasn't found the page? > Have you all found the place? > Help him find the page > Show him the place > Show him where we are >> 4. Who needs help? > Who can't manage (on his/ her own)? > Does anybody need any help? > Is anyone having trouble / difficulty? > Who is having trouble with this exercise? > Who is finding this difficult? > How are you getting on / along? > I'll help you if you get stuck. > Let me know if you run into a problem. >> 5. Have you all prepared this chapter? > Did you all finish off this exercise at home? > Have you all completed the essay, as I told you? >> 공부 준비 (수업 시작하기전 활동) 2 >> 1. Where did we stop last time? > How far did we get last time? > Where did we finish / stop reading last time? > What were we talking about last time? > Let me refresh your memory. Last time we talked about... > If I remember correctly / rightly, we were on page 20 > Last time we got to line 15 > If you can recall what I said last time about... > Let's revise some of the things we did last time > Where was I? > What was I saying before I was interrupted? > What were we talking about before Marco came in? >> 2. Are you ready? > Who has finished? > Who has done them all? > Are you all ready now? > Have you all finished? > Anybody not finished? > Have you finished, Bill? > Have you done exercise 7 (yet)? > Have you finished reading page 10? > Anybody who still hasn't finished? > Have you done everything? > How far have you got? > Which question are you on? > Where are you up to? >> 3. Who's next? > Whose turn is it next? > Who is the next one to try? > Your turn. > You next. > Now you. > You're next. > Who hasn't had a turn? > Who else is there? > Who's left? > Who hasn't been out to the board? > You have already had a turn. > You have been out once already. > Have any of you not made a list of question? >>> 수업활동 - 선택 >> 1. Who wants to come out? > Who would like to do this? > Who wants / would like to write that on the board? > Who'll write that up on the blackboard? > Who wants to be Mrs Brown? > Any volunteers to read (the part of) Sherlock Holmes? > Who would like to read the part of John? > Who'd like to be the reader? > Who wants to change the pictures? > Anybody willing to clean the board for me? > Is there anybody interested in carrying the projector? > If nobody is willing, then I'll have to choose somebody >> 2. Which English name do you want? > Which name would you like (to have)? > Do you want to be John or Mark? > Which name do you like best / prefer? >> 3. Which team do you want to be in? > Do you want to be in Bill's team? > Which group would you like to join? > Is there anybody in particular you would like to work with? >> 4. Which topic would you like to take? > Which subject do you want to work on? > Is there a particular topic you are interested in? >> 5. It's up to you > You can decide / pick / choose > I'll leave it up to you to pick your topic > It's all the same to me which group you join > It makes no difference (to me) which exercise you do > I don't mind either way >> 교실 활동 - 활동 멈추기 >> 1. stop now > Everybody stop what they/ you are doing > That's enough for now > That's fine > That will do, thank you > OK, that's enough > All right, you can stop now >> 2. You will ahve to finish in a minute > I'll have to stop you in two minutes > Your time is up now, I'm afraid >> 3. Stop that! > Stop it! > Stop doing that! > That'll do now! > That's enough of that! > No more of that! > Give it a rest! > Cut it out! > I've already asked you to stop once. I won't tell you again. >> 4. Leave it alone! > Don't touch it! > Hands off! > Leave it where it is > It's fine where it is > Stop fiddling with the light switch >> 5. I hate to interrupt your conversation, but... > If you stop chattering, you might even learn something. You never know. > Shall we try to behave like normal human beings for a change? > This is not a holiday camp/ rock festival. > I know the word 'work' may be new to you, but... >>> 수업 활동 - 그룹, 개별활동 >> 1. Everybody > Everyone, listen and repeat > All together now, please > Everyone, say 'She has gone' > All of you > The whole class, please > Not just this row > Let's read in chorus > Let's all say it together > Say it with me >> 2. Boys - Girls > Now all the boys > Just the girls > Girls only > Let's begin with the boys > The boys can begin >> 3. This row > The next group > These two rows > The back row on its/their own > These tables on their own > Just the front now >> 4. In turns > One after the other, please > In turn, starting with Bill > Take it in turns, starting here > Don't all answer together > One at a time, please >> 5. Your turn, Bill > Just you, Alison > You on your own/ by yourself, Alison > Now you, Bill > One boy at a time! The rest (of you), wait your turn > Next one, please > Now let's have someone else try it > Not you again, Bill > Don't let's leave it all to Alison >> 6. You, too, Bill > You join in, Alison > Join in with the rest of us, Bill >> 수업 활동 - 반복 연습 >> 1. Louder, please > Speak up > Say it louder > Say it a bit louder, please > Once again, but louder > Say it so that everyone can hear you > I can't hear you. Say it again, but this time louder >> 2. More clearly > Speak more clearly > Not so quickly, I can't follow > Slowly does it! > Carefully does it! >> 3. Not so loud > Softer > There's no need to shout > I'm not deaf >> 4. Again, please > Once more > Once again, please > Say it again > Say it once more > Once again, but more fluently > Let's try it again > Again, but more quickly this time > Repeat, please > Repeat after me: "It's a blue car' > Say after me: 'He has gone' > Say it after me >> 5. The whole sentence, please > Use a complete sentence > Begin with the question word > Try it again from the beginning >> 6. Let her try it on her own > Don't whisper the answer > Don't help him > I'm sure she can manage on her own > Don't keep prompting >>> 교실 관리 - 활동 멈추기 >> 1. Stop now > Everybody stop what they/ you are doing > That's enough for now > That's fine > That will do, thank you > OK, that's enough > All right, you can stop now >> 2. You will have to finish in a minute > I'll have to stop you in two minutes > Your time is up now, I'm afraid >> 3. Stop that! > Stop it! > Stop doing that! > That'll do now! > No more of that! > Give it a rest! > Cut it out! > I've ready asked you to stop once. I won't tell you again. >> 4. Leave it alone > Don't touch it! > Hands off! > Leave it where it is > It's fine where it is > Stop fidding with the light switch >> 5. I hate to interrupt your conversation, but... > If you stop chattering, you might even learn something. You never know > Shall we try to behave like normal human being for a change? > This is not a holiday camp/ rock festival > I know the word 'work' maybe new to you, but... >> 교실 관리 - 그룹 활동, 시범 >> 1. Work in twos > Work together with your friend > Find a partner > Work in pairs > Work in threes / fours / fives > Work in groups of two / three / four > I want you to form groups. Three pupils in each group > I'll divide the class into grass > Get into groups of three > Form two groups of six > Here are some tasks/ exercises for you to work on in groups/ pairs/ threes > I want you to do some playreading in groups >> 2. You'll have to join this group > There are two many in this group > Bill and Alison, you can join group 3 > There should only be three people in each group >> 3. Work on your own > Everybody work individually > Work by yourselves > Try to work independently > No cheating > Don't disturb your neighbor > There's no need to discuss it with your neighbor >> 4. Do it like this > Watch me first > Watch me doing it > Copy me > Listen to me saying it > Do this > Do it this way > Like this, not like that > Try to do it exactly the same way as I'm doing it >> 교실 관리 - 주목, 소란 통제 >> 1. Look this way > Look at me > Look over there > Pay attention now > Could I have your attention, please > Don't look out of the window > Eyes to the front, please > Face the front > Look up for a moment > I'm sorry to interrupt you, but could you look this way for a moment > Don't sit there daydreaming >> 2. Be quiet! > Everyone listen > Stop talking now > Stop chattering there > Ssshhh! > What's all this row/ noise? > Don't make such a noise > Listen to what I'm saying > Silence, please > Don't talk > Silence, please > Could I have a bit of quiet, please > Shut up, all of you! > Put a sock in it, will you > Don't hang/ slam the lids of your desks > Could you sort it out after the lesson > Get on with your work quietly > Not another word, please >> 3. Sit still > Stand still > Don't move > Nobody move > Settle down, all of you > Everybody stay where they are > Stay where you are > Don't keep turning around > Turn this way > Turn around and face me > Stop fidgeting/ messing about/ playing the fool > Behave yourself > Take your feet off the desk > Sit up (straight) > Don't be such a nuisance > Be a good boy / girl for once > Sit down > Stay in your seat >> 움직임 - 손들기 등 여러가지 동작 >> 1. Hands up! > Put your hand(s) up > Put your hand(s) up if you know the answer > Put your left/ right hand up > Keep it up > All those who got it right, put your hands up > Up with your hand(s), if you know the answer > Those of you who know the answer, put your hand(s) up > I'm sorry, I thought you had your hand up > I keep seeing the same hands all the time >> 2. Hands down! > Hands down again > Put your hands down >> 3. Turn round > Turn right round > About face/ turn! > Turn and face the board > Face the other way >> 4. Look left > Look to the left/ right > Look straight ahead > Look straight in front of you > Close your eyes > Eyes closed! > No peeping > Face the front >> 5. Hold up your pens > Hold your books up > Put them down again > Put them back again >> 6. Jump up and down > Hop on one leg > Wave your hands > Wave your hands about in the air > Touch your head/ toes > Point to your ears > Keep perfectly still > Don't move > Stay where you are >> 5. Come on now! > Get moving/ cracking/ weaving! > Buck up > Let's see some action then > Look lively > Don't hang about, get on with it > We haven't got all day > Sotp dilly-dallying*** SURVIVAL, CLASSROOM ENGLISH **** >> ♣ 첫인사 > Good morning, everyone. (안녕하세요) > How are you, ★★?(★★, 기분이 좋니?) >> ♣ 출결 점검 > Now, let me call the roll. (자, 출석을 부르겠어요) > 학생 : Present or Here라고 대답 > Who is absent today? (누가 결석을 했나요?) >> ♣ 지각했을 때 > Why are you late? (왜 늦었니?) >> ♣ 수업시작 > Now, Let's start our lesson. (자, 공부시작합시다.) > Is everybody ready? (준비 됐나요?) >> ♣ 꺼내기/넣기 > Take out your ★★. (★★를 꺼내세요) > Put your ★★ in the desk. (책상 속에 ★★을 넣으세요) > ※ ★★ : book, eraser, ruler, sketchbook, scissors >> ♣ 시작할 곳을 찾을 때 > Look at page 11. (11쪽을 보세요) > Open your books to page 13 (책을 펴서 13쪽을 보세요) >> ♣ 학습지를 나눌 때 > Pass these (to the) back (뒤로 넘기세요) > Take one and pass them on. (1장 가지고 뒤고 넘기세요) >> ♣ 복습하기 > Let's reviews the last lesson. (지난 시간에 배운 것을 복습해 봅시다) > What did we do in the last class? (지난 번에 무엇을 배웠나요?) >> ♣ 주의 집중시키기 > Look at me (the chalkboard, the TV) (★★을 보세요) > Look here(여기를 보세요) > Stop talking now (자 이제 이야기 그만하고) > Be quiet, please.(조용히 하세요) >> ♣ 손뼉치기 > Clap your hands ★★ times (★★번 손뼉을 치세요) >> ♣ 학생을 칭찬해 줄 때 > Good / Very good / Well done / Excellent / Super(job)! (참 잘했습니다) >> ♣ 박수쳐 주기 > Let's give ★★ a big hand (★★에게 박수를 쳐 줍시다) >> ♣ 활동놀이 하기 > Let's sing a song, "★★". ("★★"노래를 부릅시다) > Let's play a game. (게임을 합시다) > Let's do a role-play. (역할극을 합시다) > Let's do a quiz. (퀴즈를 합시다) > Work in pairs(threes/fours). (짝지끼리 합시다) >> ♣ 학습활동을 격려할 때 > I'm sorry, that's wrong. Try it again. (다시 해 보렴) >> ♣ 듣기지도 > Listen to the tape carefully. (테이프를 잘 들어 보세요) >> ♣ 말하기지도 > Listen and repeat. (듣고 따라하세요) > Repeat after me. (나를 따라 하세요) > (Speak) more loudly. (좀 더 크게 말하세요) > Say it in English (그것을 영어로 말해 보세요) >> ♣ 쓰기지도 > Please write it in your notebook. (그것을 공책에 쓰세요) >> ♣ 칠판을 사용하게 할 때 > Come to the board. (칠판쪽으로 나오세요) > Draw a circle (your face) on the board. (칠판에 원(얼굴)을 그리세요) >> ♣ 발표자 찾기 > Any volunteers? (누구 해 볼 사람 없어요?) > Who knows the answer? (누가 답을 맞혀 볼까요?) >> ♣ 순서를 알고자 할 때 > Who's next?(다음차례는 누구예요?) > It's my turn(Su-jin's turn). (내/수진 차례입니다) >> ♣ 숙제를 낼 때 > This is your homework. (이것이 숙제입니다) >> ♣ 휴식시간 알리기 > Let's have a ten minute break(10분간 휴식입니다) >> ♣ 수업을 끝낼 때 > Time is up. (시간이 다 되었어요) > So much for today. (오늘 수고 많았어요.) > Good-bye, class. (여러분, 안녕.) >> 행동, 동작 표현 - 일어서기, 앉기, 움직임 >> 1. Come in- Go out > Come inside > Go outside > Stay outside (for a moment) > Go out and we will call you (back) in >> 2. Stand up - Sit down > Stand by your desk(s) > Sit in your seat(s) > Stay in your seat(s)/ place(s) > Take your seats >> 3. Come out to the front of the class > Come out (here) and face the class > Come here > I'd like to speak to you for a moment, Bill > Could I have a word with you about your test, Alison > Face the class/ the board/ me > Look at the class > Back to the class > Turn your back to the class > Stand with your back to the class >> 4. Go and stand by the window > Go and sit at the back of the class > Come and sit at the front > Go and sit next to Bill > Take your seat and go and sit behind Alison > You will have to go and sit next to someone else >> 5. Now go and sit down again > Go back to your seat(s) please > Thank you, you can sit down again > Back to your place >> 6. Come and fetch your book > Pick your book up off the floor > Pick it up now > Take this to Bill > Give this book to Alison >> 게임, 노래지도 - 게임점수 주기, 노래부르기 >> 1. One point for this team > Two points for the girls > A point to the girls > The one who answers first will get a point > The first one to answer gets a point > The first one to write the word on the board scores a point > The first team with/to score ten points wins > You lose a point if you answer wrong >> 2. Add up your points > How many points have you got/did you get altogether? > What was your final score? > Let's count up the points together. >> 3. This team has won > The winner! The winning team! It's a draw/tie > Three cheers for the winner. Hip-hip-hurray! > It was a close finish > Team A /Bill is the winner >> 4. Let's sing > Do you want to sing now? > How about a song? > First, I'll explain the words to you. > Let's listen to the tune first. > You already know this tune. > It's the same tune as "Up and Down' > Say the words after me. > Do you know the words by heart yet? > Join in the singing, Bill. > Once again, all together. > Sing along with the children on the tape. > I'll accompany you on my guitar. > If you don't know the words, just hum. >>> 게임, 노래지도 - 준비활동 >> 1. Let's play a game > Now we'll play a guessing game > What about a game of "Simon Says"? > Do you feel like a game now? > Let's play a spelling / miming/ guessing/ counting game > This is a game with colours / numbers / letters > For this game we ahve to blindfold somebody > Let's have a quiz. > The idea of this game is (for you) to score as many points as possible. > What you have to do is to guess... >> 2. Get into two teams > Form two teams > Get into five teams of four or five > These tow rows are one team > All these boys and girls are in the other team > Bill and Alison, you can pick your own teams > I shall be the referee > You can keep the score, Bill >> 3. Now it's your turn to come out, Alison > You guessed right, so now you come out and ask > Now you can be the question asker > All right, one more > That's the last tiem, I'm afraid >> 4. Are you ready? > Heads or tails? > On your marks. Get set. Go! >> 5. Guess what this is > Guess what I am drawing > Can anyone guess what this is / what I'm holding? > I'll give you three guesses to find out what is in the basket > You have three guesses to find out what is under my desk > Ask the other children: 'Is it a book?' >>> 칠판에서의 활동, 쓰기 (2) >> 1. Everyone look at the blackboard, please. > Everybody look at the board. > Let's look at the sentence on the board. > Look at the pattern on the board. >> 2. Are the sentence on the board right? > Are there any mistakes in the sentences on the board? > Can you see anything wrong with the sentence? > Anything wrong with sentence? > Rub out the wrong word. > Wipe out/ off the last letter. > Is there anything to correct in sentence 3? >> 3. Read out the sentences on the blackboard. > Bill, read the first sentences. > Let's all read the sentences from the board. > We'll read them again, but this time all together. > Look ath the model / pattern on the board and ask questions. >> 4. Copy this down from the blackboard. > I'll write up the correct answers on the board. > I want you to copy the questions down in your notebooks. > Copy this straight down into your notebooks. > Make a note of the last two sentences. > Try to note/jot down the new words as we go along. >> 5. Whose turn is it to clean the board? > Who is the monitor? > Clean the board, please, Bill. > We can wipe this last exercise off now. > Use the duster / sponge. > Wet the sponge under the tap. > You can wipe this line off. > You can leave that exercise up. ' >> 칠판에서의 활동, 쓰기 >> 1. Come out to the blackboard, please. > Go to the board. > Go up to the blackboard. > Come and stand by the blackboard. >> 2. You have already been out to the board. > Who hasn't been out to the blackboard yet? > Whose turn is it to write the sentence up? >> 3. Come and write the word on the board. > Come out and write that sentence on the board. > Write that on the board. > Write it here/there. > Write it next to/ above/ below that word. > Take a piece of chalk and write the sentence out. > Here's a piece of chalk. Write it up on the board. > Try and keep your writing straight/ level. >> 4. Come out and draw a cat on the blackboard. >> 5. Move out of the way so that everyone can see. > Step aside so that the class can see what you have written. > Move to one side so that we can all see. > Push the board up a bit. > You'll have to lower the board slightly. >> 6. Go and fetch some chalk from the office. > I've run out of chalk. > Go and see if there's any next door. > Go and ask Mr Smith for some (pieces of) chalk. > Would you go and look for some chalk for me, please? > Does anyone know where the chalk is kept? > Do you know if there's any coloured chalk? ' >> 쓰기 활동, 공책 쓰기 >> 1. Copy this down in your notebooks > Take this down in your exercise books. > Put/ take/ get / write / copy that down. > Make a note of this somewhere / in your books. > Don't forget to write that down. > Write it in the margin. > Write it in the empty space at the top. > Underline the new words. > Jot this down somewhere so that you don't forget it. >> 2. Write it in block letters. > Print it. > Write in in block capitals. > Write it in big letters. >> 3. Write it neatly > Write it out legibly at home. > Make sure I can read your handwriting. > Rewrite it neatly. > Your handwriting is illegible, Bill. > Write this exercise out neatly in your notebooks. >> 4. Do the exercise in pencil. > Do the exercise in writing. > Try it in ink. > Rewrite it in ink. > Use a pen / pencil. > Has anybody got an extra pencil? > Have you got a spare pen/ pencil with / on you? > Come out and sharpen your pencil. > Has anybody got a pencil sharpener on him/ her? > Could you lend Bill a pen or a pencil? >> 5. We'll do the exercise orally. > Let's try it aloud before you write it down. >>> 문제풀기, 답 알아맞추기 >> 1. Try exercise 6 >> I want you to do exercise 7 A. > Try the next exercise as well. > Answer the first four questions. > Answer every other questions. > Let's go on to exercise number 2. > Do the whole of / part of / some of the exercise. > If you get stuck, skip the question. > If you get stuck on one. leave it out and come back to it later. >> 2. Let's go through this exercise. > Let's go over the exercise together. > Let's go through the sentences on the board. > Let's check the answers. > Now we'll see how well you got on/ went on/ did > Let's run through the answers quickly. > I think you are more or less ready, so let's see how you got on. > I'll return your tests now. > I'll give you your tests back and we can go through them together. >> 3. Check your answers on page 123. > Mark you own. > Change papers with someone/ your neighbour / partner. > The right answers are on page 123. > Give yourself one point for every correct answer. > One point for every one right. > Take off a pint for every one (you got) wrong. > Count up your points. > How many did you get right/ wrong? > Did anybody get them all right? > What was your score? / How many points did you score? > Anybody with one mistake? Two mistakes? > I didn't count it as a mistake if you put 'big'. > I didn't take any points off if you forgot to... >>> 학습내용 이해, 지도시 사용할 수 있는 말 >> 1. Do you understand everything? > Is there anything you don't understand? > Do you know the meaning of all the words? > Are there any words you don't know the Finnish/ French/ ...for? > Are there any phrases you don't know the meaning of? > Can I help you with any words or phrases? > Are there any strange words or expressions? > Is everything clear? > Are there any questions on this text? > Has anybody got anything to ask (about this text)? > Is there anything eles you would like to ask about? > Are there any points you're not sure of? > Are there any words you are unfamiliar with? > Would you like anything explained/ explaining? >> 2. We'll look at some difficult points in this text. > Let's have a look at some of the difficult points. > Let's start with a look at the difficulties in this text. > There are one or two difficult points we should look at. > I'd like to point out some difficult construction. > Let's look at the passage in more detail. > Perhaps we should have a detailed look at this again. > This is a good opportunity to revise the past tense. > Perhaps we can do some quick revision. >> 3. Look at line 4 for a moment > If you look at line 4, you will notice that the adjective... > In line 4 you can see the word 'best'. > Look at the first / last line of the first paragraph. > Look at the end of the very first line. > Second paragraph, first line, the word 'fast'. > A little further down, about two lines from the bottom... > I'd like to draw your attention to the word 'drag' in line 26. > It's worth noticing how the word 'sicken' is used in line 5. > This means (more or less) the same as 'she left' > The meaning of this sentence is something like 'he didn't understand'. >>> 읽기 지도시 사용할 수 있는 말 >> 1. Read the passage silently. > Read the text to yourselves. > Study the chapter on your own. > Prepare the next three paragraphs. > Have a look at the next section. > Check the new vocabulary from the list at the back. > If there are any words you don't know, please ask. > Familiarize yourselves with the text. > Read what it says at the top of the page first. >> 2. Let's read > Let's read the text aloud > I'll read it to you first. > First of all, I'll read it to you. > You start (reading), Bill. > Start reading from line 6. > Read the sentence aloud. > Now we'll read it again. Bill, you can be Mr Brown. > Alison, you read the part of Mrs Brown this time. > Let's read the conversation again, with you Bill reading the part of Mr Brown. > Let's try it again, but this time with Alison as Mrs Brown. >> 3. Read the first ten lines > Read as far as / down to the end of the chapter. > Three lines each (starting with Bill) > Three sentences for each of you. > Read one sentence each. > Let's take turns / it in turns to read/ reading. > One after the other, please. > Another sentence, please. > Finish the sentence (off). > Read to the end of line 5. > Don't stop in the middle of the sentence. > Stop there, please. > That's enough, thank you. > That will do (fine), thank you. >> 4. Go on reading, Bill > Read the next bit/ section/ paragraph, will you, Bill. > Next, please. > Next one, please. > You go on, Bill. > Someone else, please. > Alison, go on from where Bill left off. >>> 쪽(페이지)- 해당내용의 위치알기 >> 1. Have you found the place? > Do you know where we are? > Have you all found the place? > Is there anybody who (still) hasn't found the place? > Show Bill the place. > Help Alison find the place. > 2. It's at the bottom of the page > The picture at the top of the page/ at the very top. > The line in the middle of the page > It's somewhere near the top/ bottom (of the page) > It's towards the bottom/ end. > It's about halfway down. > It's in the very middle of the page. > About three-quarters of the way down. > The top/ bottom/ middle line. > It's ten lines from the top/ bottom. > Ten lines down/ up. > (The) tenth line from the top/ bottom. > (The) tenth line down/ up. > (The) third row down/ up. >> 3. It's on the left. > It's on the right. > The left-hand side/ the right-hand side. > It's in the top left-hand corner. > It's in the bottom right-hand corner. > It's in the left-hand margin. > Look at the right-hand column. > (The) third column (from the left/right) > The centre/ middle column. > The shared area on the right. > Look at the coloured box understand. > 4. Paragraph three, line two. > (The) third paragraph, (the) second line/ sentence. > (The) last line of the first paragraph. > (The) last line in the second paragraph. > The paragraph beginning/ starting/ ending 'he said...' > (The) last but on line/ word in paragraph two. > (The) second/ third to last word in line 5. > Line five, (the) seventh word. > (The) third line, (the) fourth word (along). > About the middle of line 12. > 5. A few lines further on. > Five lines further down/ up. > Not the next line, but the one after that. > Not the previous line, but the one before that. > (The) next but one sentence, (the) third word >>> 하던 일을 멈추게 할 때, 책 또는 유인물을 거둘 때 >> 1. Stop working now > Would you stop writing, please. > Pens/ pencils down. > Put your pens / pencils down. > I'm afraid I'll have to stop you down. > Time is up. Stop writing. > I think you're had long enough on this. > I'm afraid it's time to stop. > Would you finish off the sentence you are on. > 2. Close your books. > All books closed, please. > Turn your books over. > Put your books face down. > Put your books away now. > I don't want to see any books open/ on your desks. > Shut your books. > 3. Collect the books in > Collect the reader in and put them away. > Pass the sheets to the front (of each row). > Don't forget to put/write your names on them. > Could the first person in each row collect the books, please. > 4. Hand in your papers as you leave. > Leave your essays/ sheets/ tests on the desk as you go out. > Have you all handed in your tests? > Is there anyone who hasn't returned their test? >> 책 나누어줄 때 사용하는 말 >> 1. Give out the books, please > Pass out the exercises. > Pass these (to the) back. > Take one and pass them on. > Get the books out of the cupboard and give them out. > Take the books off the shelf / out of the bookcase. > Fetch the dictionaries from the teacher's room/ staff room. > 2. Has everybody got a book? > Have you all got a copy of the exercise? > Is there anybody without (a book)? > Is there anybody who hasn't got a copy? > Can everybody see ( a copy of ) the text /passage? > Where's your book, Alison? > 3. Don't forget it next time. > Remember it (for) next time. > Make sure you bring it on Friday. > Be-sure to remember it next Monday. > Don't anybody forget their book next time. > 4. One book between two. > One between two. > One book to every three pupils. > Three pupils to each book. > There's one dictionary / set of pictures for each group. > 5. You will have to share with Bill. > Could you share (with Alison), please. > There are only enough for ten pupils. > Share with Bill this time. > I'm afraid I haven't got enough (copies) to go round. >> 숙제 내줄 때 쓸 수 있는 말 >> 1. This is your homework > This chapter / lesson / page/ exercise is your homework. > This is your homework for tonight / today / next time. > For your homework would you do exercise 10 on page 23. > Prepare the last two chapters for Monday. > Prepare as far as / down to / up to page 175. > Your homework for tonight is to prepare chapter 17. > I'm not going to set (you) any homework this time. >> 2. Finish this off at home > Finish off the exercise at home. > Do the rest of the exercise as your homework for tonight. > You will have to / must read the last paragraph at home. > Complete this exercise at home. > Finish the question you're (working) on at the moment, and do the rest at home. >> 3. There will be a test on this next Wednesday > I shall give you a test on these lessons / chapters sometime next week. > Learn the vocabulary because I shall be giving you are a test on it in the next lesson. > You can expect a test on this in the near future. > Please revise lessons 9 and 10. There will be a test on them sometimes. >> 4. Don't forget about your homework! > Remember your homework. > Please pick up a copy of the exercise as you leave. > Remember to take a sheet as you leave. > Collect a copy of your homework from my desk. >> '공부(일) 끝낼 때 사용하는 말 >> 1. It's ten to ten. We'll have to stop now >> It's almost time to stop. > I'm afraid it's time to finish now. > I make it almost time. We'll have to stop here. > I make it just gone five past. We'll have to finish there. > There's the buzzer/bell. It's time to stop. > All right! That's all for today, thank you. > Right. You can put your things away and go. > That will do for today. You can go now. >> 2. It isn't time to finish yet >> The buzzer/bell hasn't gone yet. > There are still two minutes to go. > We still have a couple of minutes left. > I only make it a quarter to. There's another five minutes yet. > This lesson isn't supposed to/ due to finish until five past. > Your watch must be fast. >> 3. We have five minutes over >> We seem to have finished a few minutes early. > My watch must be slow. I make it only a quarter to. > We have an extra five minutes. > It seems we have two or three minutes in hand/ to spare. > There isn't any point (in) starting a new exercise. > There's no point (in) beginning anything else this time. > Sit quietly until the bell goes. > Carry on with the exercise for the rest of the lesson. >> 4. Wait a minute >> Hang on a moment. > Just hold on a minute. > Stay where you are for a moment. > Just a moment, please. > One more things before you go > Don't go rushing off. I have something to tell/ say to you. > Back to your places! >> 5. We'll finish this next time >> I don't think we've got time to finish this now. > We'll do / read/ look at the rest of this chapter on Thursday. > We'll finish off this exercise in the next lesson. > We've run out of time, but we'll go on with this exercise next time. > We'll continue (with) this chapter next Monday. > We'll continue working on this chapter next time. >> 축하, 감탄, 기원 >> 1. Happy birthday! > Many happy returns (of the day), Bill > Bill has his / a birthday today > Alison is eleven today. Let's sing 'Happy Birthday' > 2. Merry Christmas! > I hope you all have a good Christmas. > Happy New Year! > All the best for the New Year > Happy Easter > 3. God bless! > Bless you! / God bless you! > I hope you're not catching / getting a cold > It sounds as though you're getting the flu. > 4. Good luck! > Best of luck > I hope you win / get through / pass > 5. Hard luck! > Hard lines! > Never mind! > Better luck next time! > 6. Well done! > Congratulations. > 7. Oops-a-daisy! > Oops! > 8. Remember me to your brother > Give my regards /best wishes to your sister > Say hello to your sister for me >>> 실례,사과할 때 >> 1. Sorry > I'm very/terribly/awfully sorry (about that) > Sorry about that > Sorry, that was my fault > I am sorry > 2.Excuse me for a moment > I'll be back in a moment. > Carry on with that exercise while I'm away. > Would you excuse me for a while/ moment. > I've just got to go next door for a moment. > 3.Excuse me > Mind out of the way > Mind out! > Could I get past, please. > Get out of my/the way > You're in the/my way. > You're blocking the gangway. > Bill can't get past for your case. > 4. I'm afraid I'm not feeling very well today > I'm afraid I can't speak any louder. > I seem to be losing my voice. > I have a sore throat. > I have (a bit of) a headache. > I'm feeling a bit under the weather. > Do you mind if I sit down? > If you don't mind, I'll sit. > 5.I've made a mistake on the board. > I'm sorry, I didn't notice it > I must have overlooked it. > I must be getting absent-minded in my old age. >> '말을 잘 알아 듣지 못했을 때 >> 1. Sorry? I missed that. 2. What did you say? 3. What? Pardon? > 4. I didn't quite catch what you said. > 5. Sorry, I can't hear you. 6. I beg your pardon. > 7. Excuse me. What was that? >> 1. 뭐라고 하셨지요? 못 알아 들었어요. 2. 뭐라고 하셨지요? 3.뭐라고 하셨죠? > 4. 말씀하신 것을 못 알아 들었습니다. > 5. 죄송합니다만 잘 안 들려요. 6. 다시 한 번 말씀해 주세요. > 7. 그게 무슨 이야기였죠? >>> 수업시작전에 하는 말 (2) >> 1. It's time to start now > Let's start out (English) lesson now (shall we?) > Is everybody ready to start? > I hope you are all ready for your English lesson. > I think we can start now. > Now we can get down to (some) work. > Let's get cracking. >> 2. I'm waiting to start > I'm waiting for you to be quiet. > We won't start until everyone is quiet. > Stop talking now so that we can start. > Settle down now so we can start. >> 3. Put your things away > Close your desks. > Close the lid of your desk. > Put that book away. > This is an English lesson, not a knitting lesson. >> 4. Let's listen to this morning's reading > The 'At the Start of the Day' reading is about to begin. > Before we start, the headmaster has some announcement to make. >> 5. I'll just mark the register > Could you pass me the register, please? > I haven't filled in the register. > Take the register to room 26. >> 하던 일 멈추게 할 때 >> 1. It's time to ten. We'll have to stop now. > It's always time to stop. > I'm afraid it's time to finish now. > I make it almost time. We'll have to stop here. > There's the buzzer/bell, so we must stop working now. > That's the buzzer/bell. It's time to stop. > All right! That's all for today, thank you. > Right. You can put your things away and go. > That will do for today. You can go now. > 2. It isn't time to finish yet. > The buzzer / bell hasn't gone yet. > There are still two minutes to go. > We still have a couple of minutes left. > I only make it a quarter to. There's another five minutes yet. > This lesson isn't supposed to/due to finish until five past. > Your watch must be fast. > 3. We have five minutes over. > We seem to have finished a few minutes early. > My watch must be slow. I make it only a quarter to. > We have an extra time five minutes. > It seems we have two or three minutes in hand / to spare. > There isn't any point (in) starting a new exercise. > There's no point (in) beginning anything else this time. > Sit quietly until the bell goes. > Carry on with the exercise for the rest of the lesson. > 4. Wait a minute. > Hang on a moment. > Just hold on a minute. > Stay where you are for a moment. > Just a moment, please. > One more thing before you go. > Don't go rushing off. I have something to tell/say to you. > Back to your places! > 5. We'll finish this next time. > I don't think we've got time to finish this now. > We'll do / read/ look at the rest of this chapter on Thursday. > We'll finish off this exercise in the next lesson. > We've run out of time, but we'll go on with this exercise next time. > We'll continue (with) this chapter next Monday. > We'll continue working on this chapter next time. >> '헤어질 때 인사 >> 1. Good bye > Goodbye, boys and girls. > Bye-bye, children. > G'bye,everyone. > Cheerio, Bill. > Bye now, Alison. > 2. See you again on Tuesday. > I'll see you (all) again next Wednesday. > See you tomorrow afternoon again. > I'll be seeing some of you again after the break. > I'll see you all again after Christmas / next year/ in 1982. > 3. Have a nice weekend. > Have a good holiday/ Christmas/ Easter. > Enjoy your holiday. > Don't work too hard. > I hope you all have a nice vacation. > 4. Tomorrow we'll meet you in room 14. > I'll see you in room 7 after the break. > Wait outside the language laboratory for me. > There's been a change of room for next week. > We'll be meeting in room 19 instead. > Which period do we have English on Friday? > The 4th period has been cancelled next Tuesday so there won't be an English lesson. > 5. I won't be here next week > Miss Jones will take/ be taking you instead. > Go and join class 6B for your English lesson. > I'll leave him/her some work to give you. > This was my last lesson with you. >> 여러 가지 인사 >> 1. Good morning > Good afternoon, everybody / boys and girls / children > Good morning, Bill > Hello, everyone. > Hello there, Alison >> 2. How are you? > How are you today, Bill? > How are you getting on? > How's life? > How's the things with you, Alison? > How're you feeling today, Bill? > Are you feeling better today, Alison? > I hope you've recovered from your cold, Bill. >> 3. I hope you are all feeling well. >> I hope you are all feeling fit today. > I hope you have all had a nice / good weekend / holiday. > How about you, Bill? What did you do during ----. >> 4. Let me introduce myself >> My name is Mr/Mrs/Miss Smith and I'm your new English teacher. > I'll be teaching you English this year. > I'm a teacher trainee and I'll be teaching you today, tomorrow and on Wednesday. > I've got five lessons with you. >> 모국어 - 영어 >> 1. What's the Korean for 'car'? >> What's the Korean word for 'car'? > What's this sentence in Korean? > How would you translate this word/phrase into Korean? > How do you say this /'on the wall'/ in Korean? > What is the English equivalent of the Korean word '학교'? > How would you say that in English? >> 2. Please translate >> Translate this/ that (last sentence) into English. > Could you put that into Korean for us. > Translate from Korean into English. > Don't translate word for word. > Think about the meaning of the whold sentence. >> 3. In English, please. >> Say it in English, please. > Use English. > Try it in English. > Now the same thing in English. > This is supposed to be an English lesson, so let's speak English. >> 4. It's almost the same in English. >> The English word is almost the same. > The English for this is very similar. >> 여러 가지 질문 (2) - 취미나 관심사, 의견, 선택 >> Interests and hobbies >> What are you interested in? Have you got any hobbies? > What do you do in your spare time? > Do you play ice-hocky/ baseball/ football/ basketball/ volleyball? > Do you do a lot of reading? Do you watch a lot of TV? > Do you go to the cinema a lot? What do you do at weekends? > How do you spend your evenings? Are you in any clubs? > Are you a member of any clubs? What do you usually do on Fridays? > Have you ever been to Sweden? > Where did you spend your summer holidays? > What did you get for Christmas? What do you hope to become? > Have you any plans for the summer/ the future? >> Opinion >> What did you think of it? Was it to your liking? > How did you like it? Did you enjoy it? > How did you find it? Did you find it boring? > Did you think it was worth going? Which parts did you like most? > What was your impression of it? > Was there anything you didn't like about the story? > What was your opinion of the film? >> Preference >> Which did you like better? > Did you prefer this to the last chapter? > Did you like this more/ better than last time? > If you had to choose, which would you take? > Which did you enjoy most of all? > Which of the tree did you prefer most? > Would you rather go to Britain (of stay at home)? > Would you rather read than listen to music? ''여러 가지 질문 (1) Miscellaneous Sample Questions >> DATE >> What is the date today? What day is it today? What day is it? > What month is it? What year is it? What's the date next Thursday? > What was the date last Wednesday? What day is the 15th? > Is the 19th a Friday or a Saturday? What month follows/ comes after June? > What is the day before Tuesday called? >> TIME >> What time is it? What time do you make it? Have you got the right time? > Do you have a watch? >> WEATHER >> What is the weather like? Is it cold or hot? What is the forecast for next week? > What temperature is it? Is it below freezing? How many degrees below is it? > Do you think it will snow/thaw? What season is it? > Is it raining/snowing/sleeting/hailing/thundering? >> IDENTITY >> Who are you? What is your name? How do you spell it? What is your English name? > Where do you live? What is your address? Which part of land are you from? > Where are you from? Where do you come from? Whereabouts is that? > Whereabouts in Tokyo do you live? How old are you? Have you any brothers or sisters? > What are their names? Which school do you go to? Whose class are you in? > Who is your class teacher? Who is your English teacher? >> 학교 복도근처에서 할 수 있는 말 >>> 1. Take off your things >> Take your coat(s) off > Off with your coats/ things now > Put your boots over there / by the desk > Leave your boots in the corridor > Leave your gym-shoes outside (in the corridor) >> 2. Hang up your things >> Hang up your coat on your peg > Hang your coat on your hook >> 3. Hurry up! >> Come on (now). > Let's get started. > Let's go in. > Get a move on! > Step on it! > Hurry up so that I can start the lesson. >> 4. Come in and sit down >> Come in and close the door. > Don't slam/bang the door like that. > Close it like this instead. >> 학생의 이해를 바로잡기 >> Is the meaning clear to you? > Is it clear? > Do you understand my question? > Now I think you understand it. > Now, I think, my explanation is quite clear to you, isn't it? > Can you hear my voice now? > Can you hear from the back? > Do you understand what I mean? > Am I speaking too cast? Shall I speak a little more slowly? Is this word new to you? >> Situation 17 - 다시 한번 말해보세요 >> I beg your pardon, Miss Kim. > I didn't quite understand you. > I couldn't understand you. > I didn't catch what you said. > Will you please say it again? > Please say it again. > Will you please pronounce the word again? > Will you please read it a little more slowly? > Will you repeat the question No. 1? > I'm sorry but I can't hear you. > I'm sorry I missed your question. > Will you please say it again? > Would you mind speaking a little more slowly? I can't follow you. > I'm afraid I can't quite understand it. > Will you explain it again? > I don't understand the meaning of this sentence very well. Will you explain it in easier words? > Please translate that sentence again. > Please write it out for us on the blackboard. > Would you mind spellig out that word on the blackboard? > (또는 would you mind giving the spelling of the word on the blackboard?) >>> Situation 15 - tape recorder의 사용 >> **Teacher: > Let's use the tape recorder today. Sangho and Minho, will you go to the teachers' room and bring the tape recorder? Let's hear Mr. Robinson read to us. (학생 2명이 녹음기를 가지고 온다.) >> **Teacher: > Thank you. Please put it here on the desk. > Do you know how to operate the tape recorder? Where is the socket outlet? Put the plug in, Shangho. Put the tape on the left side. Now, turn the switch on. (또는 Push the button.) Turn up the volume a little louder. It's too loud. Turn down the volume to make it softer. > Now, listen carefully and see how much you can understand. (1번 들려주고서) > Did you understand? Let's put it on again. (다시 듣는다.) > This time, did you get it? >> **Pupil: > I could catch most of it, but I couldn't get some parts. > **Teacher: > Then I will ask some questions, so please answer. > (학생이 읽는 것을 녹음할 때) > **Teacher: > Let's ask Dongsu to read, and we'll record it. (또는 Who will come here and read? We'll record it.) > Dongsu, come up here. Speak into the microphone. Come a little closer to the microphone. > Don't put your mouth too close to it. Don't shout. Speak in your natural voice. Are you ready? Please begin. > Now I'll rewind it. So, let's listen to Dongsu's English. > How was the intonation? Was the stress correct? > Did he pause at the right places in these sentences? > Don't you think his reading was a little too fast? > The words are not clear. When you record, you must pronounce the words more clearly. > Now, listen to Mr. Robinson's English on the tape again. After each sentence will the class repeat it? > Could you follow him? Let's try it again. > Could you follow it better? > Let's try without the tape and practice the sentences this time. > Class, read from No.1 to 10. > Now, Sumi, will you please read from No.1 again? > (학생에게 읽기를 시키고 잘못된 부분을 고쳐 준다.) > I think you did very well. > Let's all listen once more very carefully, and then close our lesson for today. > Please rewind the tape and put it back in the box. Take out the plug. Who will take this back to the teachers' room? > Chulsu and Junho. Will you take it back this time? >> 'Situation15 - 전학온 학생 소개하기 >> (새로 전학 온 학생을 소개한다.) >> **Teacher: > We have a new pupil this term. I'd like to introduce him. This is Lee Duyoung. He's from Taejon. He'll be with us this year. I hope you'll be good friends and be kind to him. > **Duyoung: How do you do? > **Class: How do you do? > **Pupil: May we ask Lee Duyoung some questions? > **Teacher: Yes, That's a good idea. > **Pupil: When did you come to Seoul? > **Duyoung: A week ago. > **Pupil: Is your father a banker? > **Duyoung: Yes. He works at Cheil Bank. > **Pupil: Is it the first time you've been to Seoul? > **Duyoung: No. I came here once on our school excursion. > **Pupil: Do you like Seoul? > **Duyoung: Yes, I like Seoul very much. > **Pupil: Where are you living now? > **Duyoung: I'm living in an apartment in Panpo. > **Pupil: How many brothers and sisters do you have? > **Duyoung: I have two brothers, but no sister. > **Pupil: Did they all come up to Seoul? > **Duyoung: > No. My brother, in senior high school, is still in Taejon. He is now in the third year, so he will come up to Seoul after he finishes senior high school. > **Pupil: What subject do you like best? > **Duyoung: I like English and mathematics best. > **Pupil: What sports do you like best? > **Duyoung: I like basketball, baseball, and table tennis. > **Pupil: > Did you have a good basketball team at your school? Were you a member of your team? What position did you play on the team? > **Duyoung: I played guard. > **Teacher: That was wonderful. >> (번역을 시킨다. >> Teacher: Kim Dongmin! Read the first sentence and translate it into Korean. > Dongmin: I don't know the word 'insect'. > (또는 I don't know the meaning of the word 'insect'.) > Teacher: Didn't you look up the word in the dictionary? > Take out your dictionary and look it up. > What does your dictionary say? > Can someone tell the meaning of the word? > Lee Youngsu! > Youngsu: It's 'konchung' in Korean. > Teacher: That's it. Dongmin, now you continue, please. > (동민 학생이 번역을 한다.) > Teacher: Thank you. Do you all understand it? Are there any questions? > (번역을 하는 부분에서는 질문도 답도 한국말로 하는 것이 좋다고 생각한다.) > Teacher: What's the antonym of 'cold'? Antonym means '반의어'. > Pupil: It's 'hot'. > Teacher: That's right. What's the synonym of 'tiny'? > Pupil: It's 'little'. > Teacher: Very good. Now, let's continue. Park Minho! You try the next sentence. (과거 문장을 현재형으로 바꾸게 한다.) Now, let's read the sentence in the present tense. Han Sunyoung! You try the first sentence. > Next time please study from the second paragraph on page 42. > Now, I'm going to give you homework. For homework, please copy the first paragraph on page 41 in your notebooks. Please write i on every other line. > That's all for today. Then, good-bye till tomorrow. Don't run in the hallway. Other classes are still studying. >>> Situation 13 - 철자와 발음 >> Teacher: How do you spell 'lunch', Eunmi? > Eunmi: l-u-n-c-h, lunch. > Teacher: That's right. Dongmin, Can you spell the word 'clothes'? > Dongmin: I'm sorry. I can't. > Teacher: How do you pronounce the word 'b-u-s-y', Miran? > Miran: [biji]. > Teacher: Say [bizi]. Put the stress on the first syllable and say [bizi] > (칠판에 busy를 쓰고서 stress의 위치를 표시한다. 다음에 breakfast를 쓴다.) > Junho: breakfast. > Teacher: That's it. You must put the stress on the first syllable and say breakfast. > Shangho: May I ask you a question, Miss Kim? > Teacher: Certainly, Sangho. > Shangho: Doctor라는 말은 닥터와 덕터중 어느 발음이 정확한 것입니다. > Teacher: Both are correct. American people say 닥터 and British people say 덕터. But let's say 닥터 in our class. > ''''Situation 12 - Reading 연습 >> (Reading 연습을 시킨다.) >> **Teacher: > Can anyone read this lesson? > Will you please read from the first line on page eighty, Chulsu? > (그밖에, Let's read from the fifth line from the bottom on page eighty. > Read from line2 to 8 on page eighty. Now, read three lines from the top of the page.) >> ** Chulsu: I'm very sorry, Miss Kim. I left my book at home. > **Teacher: Oh, that's too bad. You must be more careful full next time. > Will you ask Dongsu to share it with you? >> ** Chulsu: Yes, Miss Kim. >> **Teacher: Now, let's read the new lesson. Read one sentence each. Dongsu, you read first. > (동수학생은 one sentence를 읽는다.) That'll do. You read [red] it very nicely. > Miran, you read the next sentence. > (Miran은 one station만으로 끝내지말고 계속하여 읽는다.) Stop there, please. > Read one sentence only. Well, let's read it once more. > Sungmin, read the lesson from the beginning to the end. Thank you. > Who would you like to try? Raise your hand, please. (손을 들도록 시킨다.) > **Teacher: > Now I am going to read the next part. Please listen carefully. First I'll read rather slowly... I'll read once more. This time with natural speed. 보통 빠르기로 읽어주세요. Now, read after me, class. >>> 'Situation 11 - 날짜, 요일에 관한 질문 >> Teacher: What day of the week is it today, class? > Class: It's Monday. > Teacher: That's right. What day of the month is it today? > Park Minho! > Park: It's May the fifteenth. (또는 It's May 15.) > Teacher: Good. How many days are there in a week, Junho? > Junho: There are seven. > Teacher: What are they? > Class: Sunday, Monday... (학생이 와글와글 빠르게 말하기 시작한다.) > Teacher: Let's pronounce the words slowly and clearly. Let's start > from Sunday again. Say them after me, class. Sunday, Monday, > Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday. > (학생들은 뒤 따라서 한 목소리로 읽는다.억양에 주의해야 할 부분 > 을 설명한다.) > That's right. The voice must go up like this... Sunday, Monday... > And when you come to the last word, it goes down like this... and Saturday. (칠판에 Wednesday라고 쓰고) > How do you pronounce this word? > Class: Wednesday. ( [w]의 발음이 나쁘다.) > Teacher: Round your lips a little more closely and say [w]. > (입모양을 흉내내게 한다.) [w]... Wednesday. > Class: Wednesday. > Teacher: That's much better. Next is the word Thursday. > Stick out your tongue like this and say [θ]...Thursday. > Class: Thursday. > Teacher: That's right. >> Situation 10 날씨에 대한 인사 >> (날씨에 대한 인사로 시작한다.) >> Teacher: It's very fine today, isn't it? > (또는 It's a fine day, isn't it?) > It's very warm. Let's open the windows. > (또는 It's very cold today, isn't it?) > How is the weather today? > (이것은 학생에게 날씨에 대해서 말을 할 수 있도록 하는 질문이 > 다. 따라서 학생이 It's fine today. It's rainy. It's cloudy. > It's warm. 등으로 대답할 수 있도록 지도한다.) > Pupil: May I open the window? > Teacher: Certainly. It's rather warm today. > Well, who is absent today? > Class: All present. > Teacher: No absentees? That's fine. Now, let's begin our lesson. >> (교실에서의 여러 가지 명령과 지시) >> Teacher: Sangho, Will you go to the teacher's room and get some chalk? > Sangho: Yes, Miss Kim. (또는 certainly.) > Teacher: Where is an eraser? > Miyoung: Here it is, Miss Kim. > Teacher: Thank you, Miyoung. Will you open the windows? > We need some fresh air. The sun is too bright. > Please draw the curtain. > (또는 위에서 아래로 내리는 블라인드 경우에는 > Please pull down the shade.) > Teacher: The room is getting rather dark. Turn on the lights, please. > Sit up straight. Don't lean back. Don't lean over your desk. > Put down your books and look this way. > Classroom Englsish - 출석 점검 >>> Let me call the roll. 출석을 부르겠습니다. > Who's absent today? 오늘 누가 결석했지요? > Is anybody absent? 결석한 사람 있나요? > Why is he absent? 왜 결석을 하였지요? > He is ill. 아파서요? > He has a cold. 감기에 걸렸어요. > He has a headache. 두통이 있어서요. > That's too bad. 참 안 됐군요. > I'm sorry. I'm late. 늦어서 죄송합니다. > Please say "Here or present." "네"라고 대답해 주세요. > Classroom English - 수업 시작 >>>> It's time to start now. 자, 시작할 시간입니다. > Now, let's begin today's lesson. 오늘 수업을 시작합니다. > Can I have your attention, please? 주목해 주세요. > Where did we stop last time? 지난 시간에 어디까지 했나요? > Do you remember what we learned? 무엇을 배웠는지 기억하나요? > What pages are we on? 어디 할 차례지요? > I got it. Thank you. 알았어요, 고마워요. > We are studying unit 11 today. 오늘은 11과를 공부합니다. > Open your books to page 25. 책 25쪽을 펴세요. > Everyone, turn to page 10. 모두 10페이지를 펴세요. > Let's review the last lesson. 지난 시간에 배운 걸 복습합시다. > Take out books, please. 책을 꺼내세요. > Clean the board, please. 칠판을 지우세요. >>> Classroom English - 요일, 날짜, 날씨 묻기 >> 요일 묻기 > What day is today? 오늘은 무슨 요일입니까? > What day of the week is it? > It's Monday (Tuesday / Wednesday /Thursday /Friday/Saturday/Sunday). > 월요일(화요일/수요일/목요일/금요일/토요일/일요일)입니다. > 날짜 묻기 > What's the date today? 오늘은 몇 일입니까? > It's April first(June twelfth). 4월 1일(6월 12일)입니다. > Today is November second. 오늘은 11월 2일입니다. > I don't know the exact date. 정확한 날짜를 모르겠습니다. >> 날씨 묻기 > How is the weather today? 날씨가 어때요? > It's (very/quite) cold (hot/ sunny/ fine/ cloudy/ windy/ foggy/ warm/chilly/ > raining/ snowing) (today) > (아주) 추워요 (더워요/ 화창해요/흐려요/바람이 불어요/안개가 끼었어요/따뜻해요/ > 쌀쌀해요/비가 와요/눈이 와요). > What the weather like? 날씨가 어때요? > It looks like rain (snow). 비가(눈이) 올 것 같아요. > Classroom English - 수업중 알아야할 표현(1) >> 우리 제 1과를 공부하기로 해요. Let's begin lesson one. > 먼저 제가 1과를 한국말로 설명하겠습니다. > I will explain lesson on in Korean. > 누가 먼저 시작할까요? Who will be first? > 창호가 먼저 하렴! Chang Ho, will you go first? > 준비된 테이프를 들어봅시다. Let's listen to the tape. > 참 잘했어요! You did a good job. > 잘 들어봐요. Please listen quietly to the tape. > 준비됐어요? Are you ready to start? > Classroom English - 수업중 알아야할 표현(2) >> 자, 제 1과를 참 잘했어요. Well, you did a good job with lesson one. > 이번에는 2과를 공부해요. Now, let's begin lesson two. > 이 과의 대화를 한국어로 해석해 주겠어요. > Let me tell you about this dialog in Korean. > 잘 들어 보세요. Listen carefully to the tape. > 누가 먼저 할까요? Now, who will go first? > 이번에는 천천히 읽어줄게요. This time I will read very slowly. > 집중해서 들어 보세요. Please concentrate. >> 수업중 알아야할 표현(3) >> 수학 수업 Math class > 구구단을 공부합시다. Now, let's learn the multiplication tables. > 구구단을 전부 외우는 사람은 누구입니까? > Who has memorized all of the times tables? > 구구단을 5단까지만 외우는 사람은 누구입니까? > Who had momorized the time tables up to five? > 우리가 배울 영어 대화를 설명하겠어요. > I will explain the lesson for today. > 잘 듣고 따라해 보세요. Please listen carefully and repeat after me. > 테이프를 먼저 들어봅시다. We will listen to the tape first. > 질문 있어요? Do you have any questions? >> Classroom English -수업 진행 (2) >> Can I have your attention? 주목해 주세요. > Please practice it over and over. 그것을 반복연습하세요. > Go back to your seat. 자리로 돌아가세요. > Sit up straight, please. 똑바로 앉아요. > Do you understand what I mean? 내가 말하는 것을 이해하겠어요? > Can you explain it? 그것을 설명해 보겠어요? > Put away your books. 책을 치우세요. > Stop talking and look at me. 조용히 하고 나를 보세요. > Don't look out of the window. 창 밖을 내다보지 마세요. > Let's listen to Tony and Annie's dialog. 토니와 애니대화를 들어봅시다. > Learn this dialog by heart. 이 대화를 외우세요. > Any volunteers? 해 볼 사람? > Circle (Check) the right one. 옳은 것에 동그라미(표시)하세요. > I'll point one by one. 내가 한 사람씩 지명하겠어요. > I want to collect your notebooks. 내가 노트를 걷겠어요. > Whose turn it it next? 다음은 누구차례이지요? > Who's left? 누가 남았지요? > Who hasn't had a turn yet? 아직 한 번도 안한 사람은 누구지요? > Will you read this page five times? 이 쪽을 다섯번 읽으세요. >>> Classroom English -수업 진행 (1) >> 수업 진행 > Read after me. 저를 따라 읽으세요. > Look at me. /Face the front. 저를 보세요/ 앞을 보세요. > Say it again. 다시 말씀해 주세요. > Please raise your hands. 손을 들어 보세요. > I can't hear you. 안 들리네요. > Speak up(louder) please. Say it louder. 좀더 크게 말해 주세요. > Come (here) to the front. 앞으로 나오세요. > Let's have a look at the flash cards. 플래스 카드를 봅시다. > Next page, please. 다음 페이지입니다. > Turn (over) the page. 페이지를 넘기세요. > Can you explain it? 설명해 보겠어요? > Any questions (on this page)? (이 페이지에서) 질문 있어요? > Let me ask you a question (some questions).질문 하나(몇 가지)하겠어요. > Who do you see in the picture? 그림에 누가 나오지요? > What is Min-ho doing? 민호가 무엇을 하고 있나요? > Can you tell me about the picture? 그림에 대해 말해볼 수 있나요? > Is there anybody without a book? 책 없는 사람 있어요? > I will hand out these copies. 이 인쇄물을 나누어 주겠어요. > Do as I say. 내가 말하는 대로 하세요. > Do it like this. 이렇게 하세요. >> Classroom English -수업 종료 > 수업종료 >> What expressions did we learn? 어떤 표현들을 배웠지요? > That's all for today. 오늘은 이것으로 마치겠습니다. > Time's up. 시간이 다 되었어요. > It's time to stop now. 이제 마칠 시간이에요. > I'll see you on Friday. 금요일에 만나요. > Keep them in your mind. 배운 것을 잘 기억하세요. > Don't forget them. 잊지마세요. > Had the bell rung? 종이 울렸어요? > Our class is up. 수업이 끝났습니다. > We'll have to stop here. 이만 끝내겠습니다. > We have no class tomorrow. 내일은 수업이 없어요. >> Classroom English -오디오,비디오 활용시 >> Let's listen to the tape now. 자, 테이프를 들어봅시다. > Look at the picture and listen to the tape. 그림을 보면서 들어봅시다. > Listen carefully. /Is the sound clear? 잘 들어보세요./ 잘 들리나요? > I'll turn the volume up(down)? 소리를 크게(작게) 하겠어요. > Just listen. /Listen and answer. 듣기만 하세요./듣고 답하세요. > (Now) Listen and repeat. 듣고 따라하세요. > Listen carefully and repeat. 잘 듣고 따라 해 보세요. > Repeat after the tape. 녹음 내용을 듣고 따라해보세요. > Let's listen to the dialog. 대화를 들어봅시다. > Let's watch the video (tape). 비디오를 봅시다. > Let's watch the vide

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영어샘 2004-09-15 09:03 
우와 정말 좋은 정보네요 저두 아이들 수업할때나 저희 공부방 원어민 수업할때 이용하면 딱이겠네요.. 님 이거 올리실때 많이 애 쓰셨겠네요..ㅋㅋ 님의 노고에 여러 사람이 웃게 되었네요.. 감싸..
민이 맘 2004-09-14 09:54 
와 좋은 자료 고맙습니다. 교실에서 쓸 일은 없겠지만 간단한 회화에 많이 도움되겠어요.

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