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  1. 2014.04.15 [I Can Speak 2] Lesson 9. Do you ever use dental floss?
  2. 2014.03.20 [SLE Start] Lesson 9. Not My Type
2014.04.15 09:15

Do you ever use dental floss?


▶ Dialogue

 Annie

 Good morning, Roy!

 Roy

 Ahhh... good morning.

 Annie

 Are you OK? What't wrong?

 Roy

 My teeth are sore. I have toothache.

 Annie

 Oh, no. I've had that pain before. Can you chew?

 Roy

 No. I can't chew anything.

 Annie

 How often do you brush your teeth?

 Roy

 Three times a day.

 Annie

 Do you ever use dental floss after you brush your teeth?

 Roy

 No, I never use it.

 Annie

 You should use dental floss.It keeps your teeth really healthy.

 Roy

 Where do you buy that?

 Annie

 You can buy it in any convenience store. But first you'd better go see a dentist.

 Roy

 I will. Thanks.



▶ Language Focus


Yes/No Questions with Frequency Adverbs

 Do you sometimes / often / usually / regularly go jogging?

 Yes, I sometimes / often / usually / regularly go jogging.

 No, I rarely / never go jogging.

 Does he sometimes / often / usually / regularly go hiking?

 Yes, he sometimes / often / usually / regularly goes hiking.

 No, he rarely / never goes hiking.

 Do you ever exercise?

 Yes, I do. I sometimes / regularly exercise.

 No, I don't. I rarely / never exercise. 

 Wh-Questions with Frequency Adverbs

 Where do you usually go swimming?

 I usually go swimming in the sports center.

 What does he usually have for breakfast?

 He usually has Korean food for breakfast.

 Who does she usually have lunch with?

 She usually has lunch with Jenny.

 When do you usually work out?

 I usually work out on the weekends.

 How do they usually get to work?

 They usually get to work by bus.

 How often do you get a medical checkup?

 I get a medical checkup once a year.



▶ Talk

< Example 1 >

A : Do you like soda?

If Yes...

B : Yes, I do. I sometimes/regularly drink soda.

A : Exactly how often do you drink soda?

B : Probably three times a week.

A : That isn't very good for your health.

If No...

B : No, I don't I never/rarely drink soda.

A : That's good!


< Example 2 >

A : Do you usually go jogging in the morning?

B : No, I never go jogging in the morning.

A : When do you usually go jogging then?

B : I usually go jogging in the evening.

A : Oh, I see.


< Example 3 >

A : Do you ever smoke?

If Yes...

B : Yes, I sometimes smoke.

A : How often do you smoke?

B : I smoke twice a week. What about you?

... (continue)

If No...

B : No, I never smoke. What about you?

... (continue)


< Example 4 >

A : Does Victoria ever skip meal?

If Yes...

B : Yes, she does.

A : How often does she skip a meal?

B : She skips a meal twice a week.

... (continue)

If No...

B : No, she never skips a meal.

... (continue)



▶ Vocabulary

bad teeth : 충치 (cavity)

paper cut : (종이에) 베이다

blood donation : 헌혈

plastic surgery : 성형 수술

purple : 멍 (bruise)

careless : 덤벙대는, 부주의한 ↔ careful

wrestle : 몸싸움을 벌이다

wreck : 난파선, 사고 자동차(비행기 등) 잔해, 만신창이, 파괴하다

breeze : 산들바람

flood : 홍수

dairy : 낙녹장

dairy product : 유제품

nutty : 고소한

meditate : 명상하다


university hospital : 대학병원 

general hospital : 종합병원

health center : 보건소


pirated download : 불법 다운로드


body aches : 몸살

sore : 염증

ache : pain

chew : 씹다

dental floss : 치실


* cold symptoms

cough : 기침

runny nose : 콧물

sneeze : 재채기 

stuffy nose : 코막힘

sore throat : 인후염, 인두염



< adverb of frequency > : 일반동사 앞, be동사/조동사 뒤

(%는 어떻게 나온걸까... 그냥 참고하자..)

 100%

 always, all the time, constantly, continually

 95%

 nearly always

 85%

 usually, generally, normally

 75%

 frequently

 60%

 often, regularly, a lot

 50%

 sometimes

 40%

 occasionally, periodically, intermittently, sporadically, from time to time, now and then

 30%

 rarely

 20%

 seldom

 10%

 hardly ever, not much, infrequently

 0%

 never

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▶ Expression

I have purple / bruise on my body.


A : (sneeze)

B : (God) Bless you!

A : Thank you!


I'm so sick of 사람/사물 : ~가 질린다 (hate보다 강한 표현)


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2014.03.20 09:08

Not My Type


▶ Language Point

< to flirt with someone >

A guy at the bar was flirting with me all night.


< to come on too strong / to be too forward >

He was really coming on too strong. I had to tell him to get lost.


< to turn someone down / to be turned down > : refuse, reject

He asked me out on a date, but I turned him down.


< to be someone's type >

To be honest, he's just not my type.


< to go out with someone / to date someone > : dating

I've been going out with my girlfriend for over a year.


< love at first sight >

It was love at first sight.


< to go on a blind date / to set someone up >

It's not usual to meet a nice guy on a blind date.


< to hit it off with someone > : to get along very easily / quickly (have many things in common)

But, I really hit it off with John from the moment we met.


< to fall for someone > : fall in love

I was really starting to fall for my boyfriend...


< to two-time someone / to cheat on someone >

Until I found out he'd been two-timing me!


< to stand someone up / to be stood up >

We were supposed to be having out second date last night, but he stood me up.


< to dump someone / to break up >

I've never been dumped by anyone that quickly.



▶ Warming up


Describe your ideal type.

Is there anyone famous who you think is  your ideal type?

If you could go on a date with that person, where would you go and why?


< Example Answer >

My ideal type of woman is one who has dark long straight hair. Also, she should have ....



▶ Dialogue


 Rachel

 What happened on your date last night?

 Susan

 Nothing. I was stood up.

 Rachel

 Really? You're joking, right?

 Susan

 No, I've never felt so embarrassed.

 Rachel

 But, I thought you said that the two of you hit it off from the moment you met.

 Susan

 We did. And, I mean, he was really flirting with me. I can't understand it.

 Rachel

 Oh, really? Like how?

 Susan

 Oh, you know. Giving me lots of compliments, touching my arm, that kind of thing.

 Rachel

 In my experience, if  a guy's too forward he's probably just out for a good time.

 Susan

 Yeah, I guess your right. He probably just wanted a bit of fun for the evening.

 Rachel

 Hey, forget about him. I know a nice guy who's just your type. How about I set you two up on a blind date?

 Susan

 Really? But what if I'm not his type? I'm not sure I could stand being turned down again right now.

 Rachel

 Don't worry! Just go out and have fun together and see what happens.

 Susan

 Okay, I'll think about it. Anyhow, how are things going with your boyfriend? You've been dating for a couple of years, right?

 Rachel

 Don't ask! I found out that the creep was cheating on me with on of my friends, so I dumped him a couple of weeks ago.

 Susan

 I can't believe it. You guys seemed so happy together.

 Rachel

 Yeah, I really fell for him in a big way, it's just a shame that I couldn't see what sort of gut he really was.

 Susan

 Well, it looks like we're both in a similar situation! Why don't we just forget about men and have a girl's night out? It'll be just like old times.



▶ Discussion


1. Do you think that age difference is important when dating? Would you date someone much older or younger than you? Why or why not?


2. Do you think your parents would have the problem if you married someone much older or younger than you? Would it make a difference if that person were rich?


3. Do you like to flirt? If so, what do you usually do? Where? With whom? Why?


4. Do you think that flirting is just for fun, or is it something more serious? Explain your opinion.


5. Do you ever set your friends up on blind dates? If so, have you had much success? Do you think that blind dates are a good way to meet someone special? Why or why not?


< Example Answer >

Age difference is not important, but if the difference is too big, then the relationship is not good.


If the age difference is within 5 years, then it's OK.


I think about and judge his appearance.


When I'm older, I will prefer younger girls.


I think blind dates, when introduced through a friend, are a good way to meet someone special. The friend knows their good points and can make a good match.



▶ Vocabulary


flirt with : ~에게 추파를 던지다

light flirting


get lost : go away

going out : dating

stand someone up : ~를 바람맞히다

cheat on : 바람 피우다 (two-time)

hit it off (with somebody) : (~와) 죽이 맞다

embarrass : 당황하게 만들다, 곤란하게 만들다

compliment : 칭찬, 찬사

too forward : too strong flirting


just out for a good time :: sex

a bit of fun for the evening :: sex


stand : tolerate, endure

creep : 괴짜, 별난 사람 :: weirdo, strange man 


sort : kind, type


girl's night out : only girl and play

guy's night out : only guy and play


old times : past


bond of sympathy : 공감대



▶ Expression


We hit it off : We clicked


My girlfriend cheated on me! = My girlfriend two-timed me!


I dumped her. = I broke up with her.


A bond of sympathy developed between members of the group.

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