이번에 여행가는데 12개월 된 아기있어서 호텔에 베드가드를 요청해야 하는데

뭐라고 할까?


그냥 We need a bed guard 라고 보냈는데

좀 찾아보니... a bed guard(단수) 가 아니라 bed guards(복수)로 써야했구만?


아래 예제문장은 구글에서 찾은건데 대~충 해석하면

토들러(영아)를 위한 베드가드가 호텔에서 제공이 되느냐?

아니면 애기용침대(Cot:보통 간이침대를 말함)는 어떻게 요청하느냐?

Jet 2(여아 2명)이 있으다는 것을 알릴만한 옵션을 찾을 수 없다.(이 문장은 맞는지 불확실함)

그리고 저층을 원한다.


Does the hotel provide bed guards for young toddlers?
Or how do you request a cot ?
I can't see an option to make a request with Jet 2 ?
I also wanted to request one of the lower floors,



뭐 호텔 사정에 따라 없을 수도 있다고 하니 어쩔 수 없지만

예약할 때 먼저 얘기해놓는게 좋으니...


아기 침대는 유료인 경우가 많지만 베드가드는 대부분 무료임.

우리는 같이자니까 별도로 애기침대를 추가할 필요 없이

베드가드만 요청 함.


까먹지 말고 체크인 할 때 한 번 더 저렇게 물어봐야 겠구만.

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When I enter the house which is too quiet like a ghost house.
after I turn Turn on lights the lights, it becomes a real home away from home.

My roommate is extremely busy,
so we don't have nearly enough time to talk each other.

I pay plenty of money for living to live in Vancouver.
If I had have a job, it would just be quite expensive, but now it's too expensive for me.
It makes me a homebody ^^;

I live in a den. It doesn't have enough space to open the door.

my alarm is pretty good when it goes off in the morning.
not too loud, not too soft.
but I'm getting tired because the alarm plays the same song again and again.

The house chores Housechore are is too hard for me.
I cook every meal but it taste terrible. no one want to eat, except me.
I'm not at home with cooking.

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First impressions of Canada


I looked down Vancouver on a plain. It was much more beautiful than pictures.

I got to Vancouver airport. 

when entry into Canada. a officer some question to me

and then I had to go to the Immigration office.

I was waiting much longer than I expected.

I had waited for an hour.

I couldn't understand that what the problem was.

I went my home-stay-house

my room was bigger than other rooms.


first impression

There is much more sea mews. I couldn't expected.

compare with my country. there is just doves.

I've never seen sea mews in a city, before.

It was so strange.


second impression

It is the most quiet than other cities that I lived,

but most buildings are lower than Seoul


third impression

The weather is much cloudier than it turned out to be.


fourth impression

There is much more Korean than I expected in Vancouver.

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travel

2008.02.06 16:29
You can't believe it. It is very cold here. Everything is frozen.

Yesterday, our vessel had to crack the ice to go forward. I saw a lot of Poral Bears.
When we were staying on an island, they attacted us. Then I ran away as quickly as possible.
Suddenly, I fell down in the water. I don't know exactly what happened to me.
Fortunatle, some penguins rescued me, and took me to a safe place. so I servived.
I appriciated these penguins. Today, I prepared some fish, and threw them out.
I will go back next year. to have an another exciting experience. I wiil send you again.
Bye~~ ^^;


--> Jennifer said
Penguins And Poler bears? ^^
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we were staying on an island
(내가 썼던 것은 we stay an island)
took me to a safe place
(took me a safe place : to가 없으면 안되는 중요한 문장 !!!)
threw them out
(fell out : 떨어지는 게 아니라 그들을 향해 던져주는게 맞음 ^^)
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It is easier to learn skiing or snowbording in Vancouver than in Seoul.

원래 내가 만든 문장은
(Vancouver is easier than Seoul to learn skiing or snowbording)
뭔가 조건들이 붙으면 It으로 대체하고 제일 뒤로 빠지는 것 같음....(확실하지 않아 ^^)

Canada's dental fees are more expensive than Korea.

The sky train operating system is better than the seoul metro system.
(just exersice)

Vancouver's winter weather is cloudier than Seoul. (not more cloudy)

It is harder to buy some computer accessories in Vancouver than in Korea.

It is more common in Vancouver to share the room.

The data transfer speed is slower than in Seoul.

It is easier to meet people from other countries in Vancouver than in Seoul.
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My first activity in Vancouver

2 weeks ago, Jane told us that playing bowling on wednesday. I hadn't played bowling for ages.
after morning class I went to our class room. there were some students waiting for Jane. few minute later, We started to the Lanes.
when I arrived the Lanes, I was very surprised because balls are small and pins are just 5. I had never played. and Lights were like a club. so dark and some stage lighting.
I was mesmerizing my self. 'Just for fun. don't panic'
in the end I had a good time.
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past tense
  I (1)went to bed, (2)brushed my teeth and (3)went to bed
past perfect
  I (3)went to bed after I (1)had brushed my teeth and (2)had a bath
  - (2) had + p.p, (3) past

It was early morning. I was driving all night to get to Sheila before she could leave for South America.

I got to the hotel at 6 a.m. I checked that Sheila hadn't returned from the nightclub and I went up to her room.

As I was going upstairs, I heard someone else going to the desk.
I wondered if someone had followed me to the hotel. I waited to see who it was, but after a few words with the clerk, they just left again.

When I was sure they had gone, I slipped into Sheila's room. As she wasn't there, I had plenty of time to prepare

When Sheila came in, I was waiting for her.

She didn't look surprised when she saw me. Someone had told her to expect me.

She gave me a drink. I drank it. I felt a pain in my stomach and fell on the floor.


'Now you'll never tell anyone that I killed Floosie Moore,' she said. But it wasn't important; she had confessed and I had hidden microphones all over the room.

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ex) Fill in the blanks
 I will never forget the worst summer vacation of my life. My parents (1:decide) to go to florida with the six children in our family because they (2:go/never) there before. We all (3:wake up) early the morning we were supposed to leave. My mother (4:pack) all the bags and (5:make) a picnic lunch for for all of us. We (6:pile) into the station wagon amid luggage, beach balls, and coolers. It (7:be) a sweltering day. Unfortunately, the air-conditioning in our car (8:break) the day before and my father (9:have/not) time to fix it before we (10:leave).
 I remember that it was hot, hot, hot. The heat never let up as long as we were on the road. By the time we (11:arrive) at our destination, we (12:lose) our patience and our enthusiasm for the trip. And our bad luck continued. The city (13:issue) a beach warning because a shark (14:attack) a girl two days before we arrived. My mother wouldn't let any of us go in the water. To top it off, we had to leave Florida early because of a hurricane watch. When I (15:think) about that trip today, I can finally laugh. Needless to say, I (16:go/never) back to Florida since that vacation!
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    1.decided, 2. had never been 3. woke up, 4.packed, 5.made, 6.piled, 7.was,8.had broken, 9.hadn't had, 10.left, 11.arrived, 12.had lost, 13.had issued, 14.had attacked, 15.think 16.have never been

1. Do you read advice columns?

2. Why do people write to a newspaper columnist about their problems?

3. Do you think people follow the advice they get?
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Who are you?

2008.01.28 16:50
1. Are you the kind of person who keeps things that bother you bottled up inside, or do you get things off your chest? Explain, and give some examples.

2. What are two activites or sports that scare you? Why don't you have the guts to do those thins?

3. What is something that you would't be caught dead doing? Who is someone that you wouldn't want to be caught dead with? nae a place where you wouldn't be caught dead. Give your reasons.

4. Have you ever bitten off more than you could chew? Describe what happened

5. Do you generally do thing on time, or do you put things off? Explain by giving some examples.

6. What are some things that people do that put you off?

7. Have you ever hit it off with anyone immediately Explain the circumstances.

8. What is life bound to be like in the 21st century?

9. What is one kind of food that you can never pass up?

10. What are two ways students can take the initiative to speak to native speakers of English?

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