Expression 1: It’s up to you!
What are we gonna do today?
Whatever. It’s up to you!
When do you wanna start tomorrow?
Anytime. It’s up to you.
Wanna grab a bite to eat after work?
Cool. What do you wanna eat?
Anything. It’s up to you!
Can I go on the field trip this year?
Ask your father. It’s up to him!
The train is pulling into the station.
Can you tell the difference between Koreans and Chinese people?
Can you tell the difference between OB and Cass?
Can you tell the difference between movies shot on film and those shot digitally?
I can’t really tell the difference between expensive coffee and the cheap stuff.
I think I’m going to have a mental breakdown.
He suffered a mental breakdown.
He is suffering from a mental breakdown.
It looks like she’s having a mental breakdown.
He’s one of my best friends.
Jeonju is one of my favorite cities.
It’s one of my favorite places.
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Morning person (또는 early riser, early bird)
Night person (또는 night owl, evening person)
I’ve always been a morning person.
I’m really not a morning person.
I don’t do mornings.
I have trouble waking up in the morning.
I have trouble getting to sleep at night.
I have company. (I’m with someone)
I have a company. (I’m the CEO)
How many in your party?
How many people are in your party?
I like dogs. (I like to raise dogs as pets)
I like dog. (I like to eat dog meat)
For an American, his Korean is great.
For an American, he sure doesn’t know much about football.
For a Korean, she sure speaks Chinese well.
For a Korean, her English is incredible.
I’m an introvert.
I’d call myself an introvert.
I’m very introverted.
I’m not very good at meeting new people.
I’m very outgoing.
I’m an extrovert.
I have a very outgoing personality.
I’m very sociable.