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저작시기 1997.01 |등록일 2011.02.14 한글파일한글 (hwp) | 9페이지 | 가격 1,500원

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실제 영어권에서 쓰이는 슬랭과 숙어 모음집입니다. 특히 잘 배우지 않았던 슬랭에 대해 알 수 있습니다.

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We`re in a library, so let`s zip it. = keep quiet
After the shock subsided, Elly was still in a tizzy. = confused
My old neighbourhood was armpit, but my new one is much nicer. = unpleasant place
Our weekend getaway looked like it was going pear-shaped, but the weather improved and we had fun. = going wrong
Penny gave me a spiel about a vaccum cleaner, and I gave in. = sales pitch
Mary may seem like a headcase, but she`s quite sound. = mentally unstable
If you`re ever in a jam, just give me a call and I`ll help you out. = trouble
You should always hit the anchors at a stop sign. = brakes
I thought she`d have a hissy fit when I told her the news, but she was very calm. =tantrum
I had a fab time at the concert tonight. = fantastic
The children`s hand were grubby, so they washed them before dinner. = dirty
She badgered me until I told her my secret. = bothered
Could you keep tabs on Martin? = check up on
Maggie`s gifts are never tacky. = In bad taste
Do you know how to hot-wire a car? = start it without a key
The weather looks a bit dicey how, but it should improve tomorrow. = unpredictable
Now that I have a better job, my once piddly salary has doubled. = small
That was one wicked football match! = fantastic
Emma and I gabbled all night. = talked
Walt says he`s no great shakes at billiards, but he beat me five times in a row! = Not very good
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