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영어회화 필수 생활영어 구문

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  • 2009.04.29
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영어회화 필수 생활영어 구문


 


당신의 성공을 기원합니다.


  Break a leg!


  I wish you a success.


  I hope you will succeed.


  Good luck!



뭐라고 그랬지요?


  I beg your pardon?


  Pardon me?


  Excuse me?


  I'm sorry?  


  What was that again?


  Come again?


  What did you say?


  Could you say that again?


 


죄송합니다. 실례했습니다.


  I beg your pardon.


  Pardon me.


  Excuse me.


  I'm very sorry.


  Please forgive me.


  I do apologize.



춤을 춥시다.


  Let's take the floor.


  Let's dance.


  Let's hit the dance floor. 

 


할부로 할 수 있겠습니까?


  Can I pay for this in installments?


  Can I pay for this by installment?


  Can I pay for this on an installment plan? 



그래 너의 말이 맞다.

  You said it.

  That's it.

  You can say that again.

  Tell me about it.

  You're absolutely right!

 That's right.
 


그 말 한 번 잘했다. 동감이야.


  You can say that again.


  You're telling me.


  You said it.


  That makes two of us.


  I'll say.


  I couldn't agree with you more.


  I hear you loud and clear.  


  You took the words right out of my mouth.


  


놀리시는 겁니까? 농담이시겠지요.


  Are you pulling my leg?


  Are you putting me on?


  Are you teasing me?


  You must be kidding.


  You are joking.


  No kidding.


  No fooling.


 


진정이야.


  I mean it.


  I mean business.


  I mean what I say.


  I'm serious.


  I'm not kidding.


  


얼마입니까?


  How much is it [are they]?


  What's the price?


  How much do I owe you?


  What do I owe you?


  How much does it cost?



 
요즘 세상 살 맛 안 난다.


   I have no life these days.


   Life is dull these days.


  Time seems to go by so slowly.   


   Nothing's new.



어떻게 감사를 드려야 할지 모르겠습니다.


  I can't thank you enough.


  I don't know how to thank you.


  How can I ever thank you?


  How can I ever repay you?


 


천만에요.(감사에 대한 응답)


  You are welcome.


  Don't mention it.


  Not at all.


  My pleasure.


  Any time.


  Think nothing of it.


  No problem.


  You bet.


  


괜찮습니다.(사과에 대한 응답)


  That's all right.


  That's okay.


  Don't worry about it.


  Never mind.


  It doesn't matter.


  Think nothing of it.


  Forget it.
 


 사실상 생각해보니.


  Come to think of it.


  When I think about it.


  Thinking about it.


  Ex) Come to think of it,


      I have seen her before.

 


그것이라면 진절머리가 나요


  I'm sick and tired of it.


  I'm fed up with it.


  I've had it (up to here).


  I can't take it any more.


  I'm disgusted with it.


  I've had enough of it.


  Enough is enough.


 


잘 지내세요? 일은 잘 돼 가세요?


  How are you?


  How are you doing?


  How's it going?


  How are things going?


  How's everything with you?  


  What's new?


  What's happening?


  What's up?


  What's cooking?


  What's going on?


 


또 뵈요.(작별 인사)


  Good-bye.


  See you later[again].


  See you around.  


  I'll be seeing you.


  I'll keep in touch.


  So long.


  Catch you later.


  I'll check you later.


  Until next time!  


  Take it easy.


  Take care.


 


당신 부모님께 안부 전해 줘요.


  Say hello to your parents.


  Give my (best) regards to your parents.


  Give my (best) wishes to your parents.


  Give my love to your parents.


 


역으로 가는 길을 좀 가르쳐 주시겠습니까?


  Could you direct me to the station?


  Could you show me the way to the station?


  Could you tell me how to get to the station?


  Which way is the station?


  Could you tell me where the station is?


  How can I get to the station (from here)?


  


지금 몇 시냐?


  What time is it now?


  Could you tell me the time?


  What time do you have?


  Do you have the time?


  What time does your watch say?


 


어디 가십니까?


  Where are you going (to)?


  Where are you headed (for)?


  Where are you bound (for)?


  What is your destination?


 


Mr. Kim 좀 바꿔 주세요.


  May I speak to Mr. Kim?


  I'd like to speak to Mr. Kim.


  May I talk to Mr. Kim?


  Is Mr. Kim in?


  Is Mr. Kim there?


  Is Mr. Kim available?


  Would you give[get] me Mr. Kim?


 


지금 안 계신데요.


  He is not in right now.


  He is not here right now.


  He is not available now.


  He just stepped out.


 


무슨 일로 전화하셨어요?


  Regarding what, sir?


  What's this regarding?  


  May I ask what this is regarding?


  What are you calling about?


  What is it concerning?


 


접니다. 제가 ∼인데요.


  This is he[she].


  This is he[she] speaking.


  This is ∼ speaking.


  Speaking.


 


누구십니까?


  May I ask who's calling?


  Who's calling, please?


  Who is on the line, please?


  Who's this, please?


  Who's this speaking?


  Who am I speaking to, please?


 


잠깐만 기다리세요.


  Just a moment [minute, second], please.


  One moment, please.


  Hold the line, please.


  Hold a moment, please.


  Hold on, please.


  Will you hold (on)?


  Hang on, please.


  Wait a minute[second], please.


 


언제쯤 들어오실까요?


  When do you expect him back?


  What time do you expect him back?


  When will he be back?


  When will he return?


  How soon[When] is he expected back?


 


전언을 남기시겠어요?


   전하실 말씀이 있으신가요?


  May I take a[your] message?     


  Will you leave a message?


  Would you like[care] to leave a message?


  Is there any message?


  Any message for him?


 


지금 통화 중입니다.


  The line is busy.


  It's busy.


  There's still a busy signal.


  Someone's still on the phone.


  I keep getting a busy signal.


 


오시면 전화를 걸어 달라고 할까요?


  Shall I have him return your call?


  May I have him call you back?


  Would you like him to return your call?


 


전화 받으세요.


  There is a call for you.


  Telephone for you.


  You are wanted on the phone.


  Someone wants you on the phone.


  Jim, you have a call.


  Jim, telephone.


 


전화를 잘못 거셨습니다.


  You (must) have the wrong number.


  Sorry. You've got the wrong number.


  I'm afraid you've dialed the wrong number.


  You have the correct number,

  but there's no one here by that name.



내가 받을게.


  I'll answer the phone.


  I'll get it.
 


전화해 달라.


  Give me a ring.


  Give me a buzz.


  Give me a call.


  Call[Ring, Buzz] me.


  Telephone[Phone] me.


 


직업이 무엇인가요?


  What do you do (for a living)?


  What' your occupation?


  What's your job?


  What's your profession?  


  What's your line?


  What line of work are you in?


  What (kind of) business are you in?


  What kind[type] of job do you have?


 


화장실이 어디인가요?


  May I use your bathroom?


  Where's the bathroom?


  Where's the rest room?


  Where's the washroom?


  Where can I wash my hands?


  Could you tell me where the men's room is?


  Where is the ladies' room[powder room]?


  Where's the john?


  Nature calls me.


  I must go and relieve myself.


 


주문하시겠습니까?


  May I take your order?


  Are you ready to order (now)?


  Have you decided what to order?


  What would you like (to have)?


  What would you care for?


  What's your pleasure?


  What will it be?


 


이미 주문했습니다.
    이미 안내를 받고 있어요.


  I'm being waited on.


  I'm being served.


  I'm being helped.
 


 cf. 주문을 하셨나요?


  Are you being waited on?


 


내가 지불하겠다. 제가 한턱 낼게요.


  This is on me.


  This is my treat.


  I'm treating[buying].


  Let me treat you.


  I'll pick up the tab[bill, check].


  I'll take the check.


  I'll take care of the check.


  I'll get it.


  I'll pay.  


  Let me settle the bill.


  


각자 부담하자.


  Let's go Dutch.


  Let's go halves.


  Let's go half-and-half.


  Let's go fifty-fifty.


  Let's split[share] the bill.
 


 마음먹기 나름이야.


  It's all in the mind.


  It's a matter of mind over matter.
 


이건 서비스로 드리는 거예요.


  This is on the house.


  We'll throw this in.


  This is complimentary.


  This is a free gift.


  This is free of charge.


 


배가 고파요.


  I am very hungry.


  My stomach is growling.


  I'm famished.


  I'm starving.


  I could eat a horse.


 


배가 불러요.


  I'm full.


  I'm stuffed.


  I've had enough.


  I can't eat another bite.


 


빨리 해! 서둘러라!


  Hurry up.


  Make haste.


  Make it snappy.


  Do it quickly.   


  Step on it.


  Step on the gas.  


  Get the lead out (of your pants)!


  Have you got lead in your pants?


  Get a move on.


  On the double.


  We haven't got all day.


  We have no time to lose.


 


서두를 것 없어. 천천히 해.


  Take your time.


  Take it easy.


  There is no rush.


  Don't jump the gun.  


  What's the (big) rush?


  What's the[your] hurry?


  Where's the fire?

 


그것은 매우 잘 팔리는 상품입니다.


  It's a very hot item.


  It's a very popular product.


  It sells like crazy.


  It sells like hot cakes.


  It goes like hot cakes.


 * hot: 뜨거운, 최신의, 인기절정의, 화제의


 * 최신 뉴스= hot news


 * 최신 영화= hot movie


 * 최신 앨범= hot album


 * 최신 히트곡= hot music



진정하세요! 흥분을 가라앉혀!


  Calm down.


  Stay calm.  


  Take it easy.


  Hold your horses.  


  Cool it.


  Simmer down.


  Settle down.


  Don't be so excited.


  Easy does it.


  Keep your shirt on.


 


몇 시에 출근합니까?


  What time does he punch in?


  What time is he supposed to be in?


  What time will he be in?


  What time does he report for work?


  What time do you start your day?


 


퇴근하셨는데요.


  He left for the day.


  He is gone for the day.


  He has punched out.


 


오늘은 이만 끝냅시다.


  Let's call it a day.


  Let's call it quits.


  Let's knock off for the day.


  Let's wrap it up.


  Let's finish up.


 


내 말 알겠니?


  Do you understand?


  (You) Got it?


  Did you get it?


  Get[Got] the picture?


  Do you follow me?


  Am I getting across?


  Do you know what I'm saying?


  See what I mean?


  Are you with me?


 


무슨 말씀인지 전혀 모르겠습니다.


  I don't understand.


  I can't make it out at all.


  I can't figure it out.


  I don't get it.


  I don't follow you.


  I don't get the point.


  I don't get the picture.


  You are talking over my head.


  You('ve) lost me.


  It's beyond me.


  It's all Greek to me.


  I can't make head or tail of it.
 



꼬치꼬치 캐묻지 마세요


   Don't be so inquisitive.


   Don't be so noisy.


   Don't be so prying.


   Don't be so intrusive.



별로 혈색이 좋아 보이지 않는다.


   You don't look so hot.


   You don't look very good.


   You look pale. 
 



나는 곤경에 빠져 있다.


  I'm in trouble.


  I'm in a fix.


  I'm in a dilemma.


  I'm in a jam.


  I'm in hot water.


  I'm in a pickle.  


  I have my back to the wall.


  I'm in a (double) bind.


 


누워서 떡먹기죠.


  It's a piece of cake.


  It's a cinch.


  It's a snap.


  It's a breeze.


  It's very easy.


  It's as easy as ABC.




요즘 얼굴 보기 힘드네요.


  It's hard to catch you these days.


  I seldom see you these days.


  I haven't seen much of you lately.


  Where have you been hiding yourself?

 


 정말입니다.


  You can take my word for it.


  Believe me. I'm speaking the truth.


  You can bet your bottom dollar on it.


  You can bet your last dollar on it.
 


인사하세요, 제 아내에요.


  Let me introduce my wife to you.


  Allow me to present my wife to you.


  I'd like you to meet my wife.


  I want you to meet my wife.
 
 


  이만 가 봐야 될 것 같아요.


  I must be going[leaving] now.


  I have to leave now.


  I must be on my way.


  I must be off now.


  I must say good-bye now.


  It's time to say good-bye.


  I'm afraid I must be going now.


몹시 울었습니다.


   I cried my eyes out.


   I balled my eyes out.


   I cried like a baby. 



그는 어쩔 수 없다


   He is impossible.


   He is beyond all hope.


   He is hopeless. 



줄을 서세요(종대로).


   Stand in line, please.


   Stand one behind another.


  * 횡대로 서세요.=Stand by side.


  * 새치기하지 마세요.=Don't cut(butt) in line.


  * 당신은 내 뒤잖아요.=You after me.


  * 줄 뒤쪽으로 가세요.=Go to the back of the lin


 


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