Freshman (복수형: freshmen)
Back when I was a freshman…
Back when I was in college…
To make time
To make time for someone
I can make time for you tomorrow evening.
I always make time for my girlfriend.
I’ll always make time for you.
I always make time to study.
My schedule opened up tomorrow morning.
I kept my afternoon open for you.
I kept my afternoon free for you.
I hope you can look past it.
What brought you to Korea (in the first place)?
What is your motivation for studying English?
What got you interested in Korea in the first place?
How did you two meet in the first place?
즉석에서: on the spot. 즉석에서 해버렸어요: I winged it! 또는 I pulled it off.
I gave a lecture on the spot.
I came up with a poem on the spot.
I didn’t bring my script, so I just made up lines on the spot.
I just winged it!
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I took a leave of absence.
I took a few semesters off.
I took a semester off from school.
I took a year off.
A: Are you from Europe? You look European.
B: No, but I get that a lot.
A: You have an accent. Are you from another country?
B: I get that a lot. Actually, I’m from the US.
Playing Phone Tag
What is tag?
The kids were playing tag in the park.
We’ve been playing phone tag all day.
We’ve been playing phone tag for a week now.
A: Were you able to get in touch with John.
B: We’ve been playing phone tag all day long.
That guy is so indecisive!
He can never make up his mind.
He was criticized for being too wishy-washy.
His critics say that he flip-flopped on the issues.
Remind me to take out the trash later.
Remind me later to take out the trash.
Remind me to study later.
Remind me to call Dad later.
Remind me to give this back to you later.
Remind me that I need to pay you back for dinner.
We have a lot in common.
We have so many things in common.
We have so much in common.
We have nothing in common.