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Get a move on


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!

Hi everyone, this is Jennifer Yoo with ENGLISH WITH YOO! 안녕하세요 English with Yoo!의 Jennifer Yoo입니다.

오늘의 영어 표현은Get a move on입니다.

What does it mean to get a move on? Let’s find out, but first we will listen to today’s conversation. 그럼 오늘의 대화를 들어보면서 ‘Get a move on’이 무슨 뜻인지 알아 보겠습니다. 잘 들어보세요.

GET A MOVE ON

Mike: Hey are you almost ready? Everyone is waiting outside for you!

Jen: Not quite yet.

Mike: Hurry! Get a move on!

Jen: Mike, give me five more minutes please?

Mike: No. If you don’t come right now, we will have to leave without you.

Jen: All right I’m coming now.

Mike가 저에게 “Hey are you almost ready? Everyone is waiting outside for you! 야, 준비 다 됐니? 다들 밖에서 너만 기다리고 있잖아. 빨리 좀 해!”라며 짜증을 냅니다. 그러자 제가 “Not quite yet. 아직 안 됐어.” 라고 했죠. 이어 Mike가 “Hurry! Get a move on! 야 빨리해!” 라고 하자 제가 “Mike, give me five more minutes please? 딱 5분만 더 줄 수 있니?”라고 했습니다. 하지만 Mike가 화가 많이 났나 봐요. “No. If you don’t come right now, we will have to leave without you.”라고 하더라고요. 할수 없이 제가 “All right I’m coming now. 알았어. 지금 빨리 내려갈게.” 라고 대답했습니다. Keep today’s phrase ‘get a move on’ in mind and let’s hear the conversation again. 그럼 다시 한번 대화를 들어볼까요?

GET A MOVE ON

Mike: Hey are you almost ready? Everyone is waiting outside for you!

Jen: Not quite yet.

Mike: Hurry! Get a move on!

Jen: Mike, give me five more minutes please?

Mike: No. If you don’t come right now, we will have to leave without you.

Jen: All right I’m coming now.

오늘 영어표현은 get a move on입니다. When someone tells you to ‘get a move on’ he or she is telling you to hurry or do something faster. ‘Get a move on’은 ‘빨리해, 서둘러’ 라는 뜻인데요. 때로는 남에게 빨리하라고 명령할 때 쓰이기도 합니다. Here are some examples. Frank, get a move on! We’re going to be late because of you!라고 하면 Frank, 서둘러! 너 때문에 늦게 생겼잖아! 라는 뜻이 됩니다. 또 다른 예를 들어볼까요? I have another appointment so I really got to get a move on. I will give you a call later. 라고 하면 나 다른 약속이 있어서 빨리 봐야 . 내가 나중에 연락할게. 라는 뜻이 됩니다. Now you know what ‘get a move on’ means right? Now let’s listen to the conversation for the last time.

GET A MOVE ON

Mike: Hey are you almost ready? Everyone is waiting outside for you!

Jen: Not quite yet.

Mike: Hurry! Get a move on!

Jen: Mike, give me five more minutes please?

Mike: No. If you don’t come right now, we will have to leave without you.

Jen: All right I’m coming now.

Now let’s review. When someone tells you ‘get a move on’ it means that they want you to hurry or do something faster. 그럼 다음 시간에 다시 뵙겠습니다. 지금까지 ENGLISH WITH YOO에 Jennifer Yoo입니다. Bye Bye!

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