생활영어2009.03.10 14:33

Making an appointment.



# 1
 
  - : Do you have any special plans for this Saturday?
 
  = : No.  I don't.  Why?

  - : Well, I have two tickets  to a classical music concert this Saturday.  
       Will you go there with me? 

  = : Of course, I will.  I love classical music. When shall we meet? 

  - : The concert begins at  7 : 00, but I  want to have dinner first. 
       How about 5 o'clock?   

  = : Sounds great to me.  So where shall we meet? 

  - : Well, how about having dinner at my place?  
       You know, my apartment is close to the concert hall.  

  = : Sounds perfect.  Thank you for inviting me.  

  - : The pleasure is all mine.  I'm glad you can come.  I'll see you then.

  = : Yeah, this Saturday at your house.




 # 2

  - : Hi, Nancy.  Guess what?

  = : What? 

  - : I went to a Mozart concert last Saturday. 

  = : Did you?  You are lucky.  I love Mozart.  He is my favorite composer.
                                                                                      com·pos·er 〔kmpuz〕  n.  
                                                                                         작곡가; (소설·시 등의) 작자, 작가 
  - : I often listen to Mozart when I feel depressed.





 Conversation

  - : Hi, Nancy.  It's me, Peter. 

  = : Hi, Peter.  What's up? 

  - : Say, are you doing anything Sunday evening?

  = : No, nothing in particular.  Why?

  - : Well, there will be a party for those who are interested in modern music.

  = : Sounds great.  Sure, why not?  Where do you want to meet?

  - : Why don't you pick me up at my house at seven?

  = : Okay.  See you then. 




Pronounciation Clinic

want to의 연음 발음 wanna
going to의 연음이 gonna처럼 want to의 연음은 wanna가 됩니다. 이는 t가 n에 자음동화 되면서 '원 투'가
'워너'로 변화된 것입니다. 

long : want to (원 투) -> short : wanna (워너)

 


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