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[English with Yoo] Head in


안녕하세요 English with Yoo! 의 Jennifer Yoo입니다. English with Yoo! 는 일상생활에서 자주 쓰이는 다양한 표현들을 익히는 시간입니다.
I’ll give you a daily introduction to some meaningful and useful everyday English words and phrases! So let’s get started today!
오늘의 영어 표현은: Head in // we’re actually about to head in

노스캐롤라이나주 샬롯 지역에서 민주당 전당대회가 열렸는데요. A couple of my friends were there. 제 친구 중 한 명이 민주당 전당대회에 갔다고 합니다. 제가 그 친구와 함께 대화한 것을 먼저 들어보실까요?

My friend’s name is Gene Kim. He is a Korean-American who grew up in Southern California, where I’m originally from. Most of his life he was not politically engaged, but over time, he went to college at UC Berkley, came out to Washington DC to learn more about how everything worked, and over the course of the last five year, he became more politically active. He is now the Executive Director of CAPAC (Congressional Asian Pacific American Caucus). He shared with me a little bit of his experience there at the DNC.
오늘의 영어 표현은 head in이죠? Listen carefully!

Head in // We’re actually about to head in
Jen: Gene! How are you?
Gene: I’m doing well. Very exciting week!
Jen: I know right? So you’re in Charlotte, What is it like being there and have you ever been to a Democratic convention before?
Gene: This is my first ever political convention and I think it’s one of my most amazing experiences I’ve ever had.
Jen: Tonight is going to be exciting, even more exciting right?
Gene: It is! We’re actually about to head in shortly to grab ourselves a seat, so I’m very excited and looking forward to the evening!
Jen: Well, have fun. Take a lot of picture and can’t wait to hear more from you when you come back!
Gene: Sounds great! Looking forward to it! Take care!
Jen: Have a good time! Bye!

제가 진에게 너는 민주당 전당대회에 가본적 있니?라고 물어봤습니다. ‘처음이야! 내 인생에서 가장 놀라운 경험 중의 하난것 같아! 라고 대답하더라고요.

제가 “민주당 전당대회가 마지막 날이레서 정말 신날 것같아’라고도 했더니 ’It is! 맞아! We’re actually about to head in우리는 지금 막 들어가려고 해I’m very excited and looking forward to the evening!’라고 하더라고요.

오늘의 영어 표현은: Head in // we’re actually about to head in이죠?
Head in 는 ‘~들어가다’ 라는 뜻입니다.

그래서 ‘we’re actually about to head in’ 이라고하면 ‘우리는 지금 막 들어가려고 해’라는 뜻이죠?

Gene (진)는… head in // We’re actually about to head in shortly to grab ourselves a seat, so I’m very excited and looking forward to the evening!라고 했습니다 head in / We’re actually about to head in.

그럼 대화를 다시 들어보겠습니다. Try to pick out the phrase we are learning today ‘head in’, listen carefully.

Head in // We’re actually about to head in
Jen: Gene! How are you?
Gene: I’m doing well. Very exciting week!
Jen: I know right? So you’re in Charlotte, What is it like being there and have you ever been to a Democratic convention before?
Gene: This is my first ever political convention and I think it’s one of my most amazing experiences I’ve ever had.
Jen: Tonight is going to be exciting, even more exciting right?
Gene: It is! We’re actually about to head in shortly to grab ourselves a seat, so I’m very excited and looking forward to the evening!
Jen: Well, have fun. Take a lot of picture and can’t wait to hear more from you when you come back!
Gene: Sounds great! Looking forward to it! Take care!
Jen: Have a good time! Bye!

Now it’s your turn: I’ll say some examples in Korean and you try saying it in English!
제가 한국말로 예문을 얘기할게요. 영어로 표현해 보세요.

난 지금 들어갈거야, 너는 나중에 들어와도 돼..
맞습니다~ I’m going to head in now. You can come in later.
너무 늦었어 빨리 들어가!
그렇죠~ It’s late, you should hurry and head in!

Head in ~들어가다 // we’re actually about to head in ‘우리는 지금 막 들어가려고 한다’

Give it a try and remember don’t give up!

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