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IELTS Vocabulary : band 7-9 phrases
(아이엘츠 보카 정리)
아이엘츠 스피킹 파트1
Examiner: Do you see your friends very often?
Louisa: Yes … we meet up most weekends … we all get on really well and have a lot in common so we’re always happy doing the same things and going to the same places.Yes … we meet up most weekends … we all get on really well and have a lot in common so we’re always happy doing the same things and going to the same places.재생 일시정지 정지
Examiner: What do you like about your close friends?
Anna: I think we enjoy each other’s company … we see eye-to-eye on most things so we rarely fall out with each other.
Examiner: Have you known each other long?
Amy: Most of them yes … although my closest friend Carrie … we struck up a relationship at college and got on like a house on fire … but yes … my other friendships go back years to when we were at school.
아이엘츠 스피킹 파트2
Describe a person you are very close to. You should say:
- who this person is
- when you met them
- where you met them
and say what it is about them you like so much.
Reiko: I’d like to talk about my boyfriend … Jose … we got to know each other at University almost 4 years ago … we were in the same department … initially we were just good friends and used to go out in a group with our other friends … when Jose went back to Spain for the holidays we would keep in touch with each other … then one year he invited me to come to Spain with him … and that’s when we fell for each other I think … so you couldn’t really say it was love at first sight as it had been over a year since we’d met … but we really hit it off and by the time we got back to university in September we were able to tell all our friends that we were in a relationship … what do I like about Jose … well he’s very kind … very funny … and very supportive … and we’re really well matched in our interests … he hasn’t popped the question yet though … we’ve talked about getting married and I think we’re both ready to settle down and have children … we’ll just have to wait and see …
아이엘츠 스피킹 파트3
Examiner: Do you think marriage is still as important as ever?
Cristine: Yes … it certainly is in my country … I think the problem for some people is a lack of commitment … all relationships have their ups and downs …. but some people prefer to break up rather than working at the relationship.
but some people prefer to break up rather than working at the relationship.
Examiner: What do you think is the ideal time to get married?
Terry: Personally … I think you should wait until you’ve found yourself first … decided if you want a career … perhaps do some travelling … you should do this before tying the knot … although if you fall head over heels in love plans like these can easily be forgotten.
Examiner: Is it important to keep in contact with our friends when we’re in a relationship?
Maria: Absolutely … it’s so easy to drift apart from your friends when you fall in love … but I think both partners should try not to lose touch with their friends … that’s the best way to have a healthy relationship with your partner.
- to break up:
to end a romantic relationship
(연인 관계가) 깨지다. 헤어지다.
- to drift apart:
to become less close to someone
- to enjoy someone’s company:
to like spending time with someone
누군가와 함께 있는 것을 즐기다
- to fall for:
to fall in love
- to fall head over heels in love:
to start to love someone a lot
누군가를 많이 사랑하기 시작하다
- to fall out with:
to have a disagreement and stop being friends
의견 충돌이 있고 친구가 되는 것을 그만두다
- to get on like a house on fire:
to like someone’s company very much indeed
누군가와 함께 있는 것을 매우 좋아하다
- to get on well with:
to understand someone and enjoy similar interests
누군가를 이해하고 비슷한 관심사를 즐기는 것
- to get to know:
to begin to know someone
누군가를 알기 시작하다
- to go back years:
to have known someone for a long time
누군가를 오랫동안 알고 지내다
- to have a lot in common:
to share similar interests
비슷한 관심사를 공유하다
- to have ups and downs:
to have good and bad times
좋은 시절과 나쁜 시절이 있다
- a healthy relationship:
a good, positive relationship
- to hit it off:
to quickly become good friends with
빨리 좋은 친구가 되다
- to be in a relationship:
to be romantically involved with someone
누군가와 연애를 하다
- to be just good friends:
to not be romantically involved
연애를 하지 않다
- to keep in touch with:
to keep in contact with
~와 계속 연락하다
- to lose touch with:
to not see or hear from someone any longer
더 이상 보거나 소식을 듣지 못하다
- love at first sight:
to fall in love immediately you meet someone
당신이 누군가를 만나는 즉시 사랑에 빠지는 것
- to pop the question:
to ask someone to marry you
다른 사람에게 청혼하다
- to see eye to eye:
to agree on a subject
어떤 문제에 대해 동의하다
- to settle down:
to give up the single life and start a family
독신 생활을 포기하고 가정을 꾸리다
- to strike up a relationship:
to begin a friendship
- to tie the knot:
to get married
- to be well matched:
to be similar to
- to work at a relationship:
to try to maintain a positive relationship with someone
누군가와 긍정적인 관계를 유지하려고 노력하다.