- : What time is it?
= : It's half past nine. Why?
- : I'd better go now.
= : Already? It's still early.
- : I really have to go now. I promised to be home by ten. Thank you for inviting me.
= : It's my pleasure.
- : I had a very pleasant evening. It was a wonderful dinner.
= : I hope to see you again soon.
- : I'd like to invite you later.
= : I'll look forward to it. Thank you for coming tonight.
- : Thank you for having me. Good night.
= : Take care.
- : It's been good talking with you, but I'm afraid I can't stay any longer.
= : You mean you are leaving now? But it's only 8 o'clock.
- : I wish I could stay longer but I don't think I have time.
= : I see.
- : The dinner was good. I really can't thank you enough for your hospitality.
= : Oh, the pleasure is all mine. Good-bye.
- : Bye. Take care.
- : Well, it's already 11 o'clock. I'm afraid I have to go now.
= : Thank you for joining us tonight. We had a great time.
- : Thank you for having me over. It was a wonderful dinner.
= : I hope we'll get together again soon.
- : I hope so, too.
= : Here's your coat.
- : Thank you.
going to의 축약형 발음 gonna
going to는 한 덩어리처럼 자주 쓰여 그 일 부분이 음성학적인 변화를 일으켜 새로운 관용적 약화 발음을 일으킵니다.
이는 일상 회화에서 자주 스는 표현으로서 오히려 천천히 하나씩 발음하는 것이 부자연스럽게 느껴질 수도 있는 발음임.
long : goint to (고우잉 투) -> short : gonna (고나/거너)