I have friends who came from Korea to study in San Francisco. They often talk about the hard life as a foreign student, the biggest obstacle being the language barrier. I want to share examples of the language used commonly in American daily life.
Real Talk in Real Life.
I thought the cloudy days in early June were a false impression. After a day like today, summer is definitely here. At least it will be on the 21st, officially.
Daddy just came home from work. He had to go straight to a phone meeting as soon as he got here. Earlier, he called to ask if I was hungry because he was going to order something to bring home for dinner. I was just in the middle of making something myself. So Daddy got a single order.
With more free time these days, I've been trying to make a habit of cooking. I don't know much about food, except for the fact that I like to eat it. I baked my dinner today, and I don't know how many times I looked at the clock for 5:20 (the end of the 20 minutes cook time).
-possible words from a hungry teen
violin 양은 현재 미국 샌프란시스코에 거주하는 미국 대학생으로, 그곳으로 유학간 한국학생들에게 도움을 많이 주고 있습니다.
앞으로 일상적인 영어를 소개하는 내용의 글을 쓸 것입니다.
오늘 나온 내용 중에는
- 저녁을 시켜먹다 ; order something to bring home for dinner
- 직장에서 퇴근해서 집에 오다 : come home from work