Kor | Ger Ausdrücke – October final Week 2017

Yesterday one of the articles I read deals with Youtube viewership. Check it out, it is quite short and easy for intermediates

“TV로 유튜브 보는 시청자 늘고 있어”

 

 

  1. We/ They agreed / decided(collectively), that it is/was better to
    1. 좋겠다고 의견을 같이했다
      1. 우리 모두는 게임을 일주일 연기하는 게 좋겠다고 의견을 같이했다.
      2. We all agreed that we’d better postpone the game for a week.
    2. Wir haben vereinbart, …zu ; Wir einigten uns darauf… zu / dass ; wir waren uns einig, … zu
      1. Für Baumwolle haben wir uns darauf geeinigt, im Jahre 2006 alle Formen von Exportsubventionen abzuschaffen.
      2. On cotton, we agreed to eliminate all forms of export subsidies in 2006.
  2. Postpone
    1. 까지 / 으로 연기하다 , 미루다
      1. 우리 회의를 내일로 여기해도 될까요 ?
      2. Could we postpone our meeting till tomorrow ?
    2. Verschieben auf,vertagen
      1. Wenn wir das auf die nächste Tagung verschieben.
      2. Postpone it until next session of Congress.
  3. Could you please ~?
    1. ~해 줄 수 있어요?
      1. 내 말 좀 들어 줄래요?
      2. Could you please listen to me?
    2. Könnten Sie bitte
      1. Könnten Sie bitte Schritte ergreifen, um dies zu verhindern?
      2. Could you please take action to prevent this happening?
  4. after a visit to ~
    1. ~에 갔다 와서
      1. 동물원에 갔다 와서, 우리 아이들은 계속 동물 얘기만 했어.
      2. After a visit to the zoo, my children couldn’t stop talking about animals.
    2. Nach einem Besuch bei / in
      1. Nach einem Besuch der Stadt oder der ländlichen Umgebung finden Sie im Hotel Ruhe und Frieden. Im Keller gibt es eine gut ausgestattete Küche, wo Sie sich Mahlzeiten zubereiten und diese genießen können.
      2. After a visit to the town or countryside, you’ll have a lot of freedom in the house; in the cellars you will find a well equipped kitchen, where you can prepare and enjoy your meal.
  5. You’re lucky to ~
    1. ~하다니 넌 운이 좋아.
      1. 그렇게 의리 있는 친구들이 있다니 넌 운이 좋은 거야.
      2. You’re lucky to have such loyal friends
    2. Sei froh, dass
    3. Ihr habt Glück, dass
    4. Du bist ein Glückspilz, …
      1. Ihr habt Glück, dass ihr es überhaupt bekommt.
      2. You’re lucky to get it at all.
  6. To attend
    1. 참석하다
      1. 시장(市長) 외에도 많은 분이 참석했다.
      2. Besides the mayor, many other people were present.
    2. Besuchen
    3. Teilnehmen
      1. Wir können nicht einmal sicher sein, dass Tom die Sitzung besuchen wird.
      2. We can’t even be certain Tom will attend the meeting.
  7. If it is for you / For you, … / For your sake
    1. 위해서라면
      1. 당신을 위해서라면 어떤 일이라도 할게요. 자세히 보기
      2. I’m quite willing to do anything for you.
      3. 당신을 위해서라면 죽을 수도 있습니다. 자세히 보기
      4. I’d die for you.
    2. Für dich
    3. Dir zuliebe
      1. Dir zuliebe komm ich halt mit.
      2. For you, I will go.
  8. What is the phone number ?
    1. 전화번호가 몇번이죠?
      1. 피터 사무실 전화번호가 몇 번이죠?
      2. What’s the number for the Peter office?
    2. Wie lautet Ihre Telefonnummer ?
      1. Da gab man mir Ihre Telefonnummer.
      2. They gave me your phone number.
  9. brush[clean] one’s teeth
    1. 이를 닦다
      1. 나는 하루에 세 번 이를 닦는다
      2. I brush my teeth three times a day.
    2. Sich die Zähne putzen
      1. Nach dem Frühstück putze ich mir die Zähne.
      2. I brush my teeth after breakfast.
  10. Try not to
    1. ~지 말아 보다
    2. ~ 지 않으려고 노력한다.
    3. ~ 지 않으려고 해요
      1. 소문에는 신경 쓰지 않으려고 해요.
      2. I try not to pay attention to rumors.
    4. Versuchen Sie nicht zu
      1. Ich versuche keinen Zucker zu essen.
      2. I try not to eat sugar.
  11. take a long time
    1. 오래 걸리다
      1. 그것에 대해 말하자면 시간이 오래 걸린다.
      2. It will take a long time as far as that goes.
    2. lange dauern
      1. Was lange dauern würde und viel weniger peinlich wäre.
      2. Which would take a long time and be a lot less embarrassing.
  12. Allows (you) to
    1. 도록 허용합니다
    2. 있게 해 준다
      1. 그룹에 추가하도록 허용합니다.
      2. This allows you to add to group.
    3. ermöglicht das
    4. Es erlaubt dir, … zu
      1. Es erlaubt dir, dich sehr tief zu konzentrieren.
      2. It allows you to focus very deeply.
  13. Treat (smth or smb)
    1. 대우하다
      1. 그들은 학생들을 다르게 대우하는 것은 불공평하다고 말한다.
      2. They say it is not fair to treat students differently.
    2. Behandeln
      1. Bilko zeigte mir, wie man Leute behandeln muss.
      2. Well, thanks to this character, I discovered you can’t treat people that way.
  14. Wanted to know if /what / when. ..
    1. 는지 알기를 원했다
      1. 그 학생들은 굶는 것이 어떤 것인지 알기를 원했다.
      2. The students wanted to know what starving was like.
    2. Wollten wissen ~
      1. Tom wollte wissen, warum das drei Stunden dauern würde
      2. Tom wanted to know why it would take three hours.
  15. Viewer
    1. 시청자
      1. ABS방송을 시청하는 12-34세 사이의 시청자 수는 몇명인가?
      2. How many viewers ages 12-34 watch ABS?
    2. Zuschauer
      1. Die automatische Förderung wird an die Zahl der Zuschauer gekoppelt.
      2. Automatic aid is linked to the number of viewers.
  16. Watch
    1. 시청하다
      1. 사람들은 텔레비전 프로그램을 시청하고 있다.
      2. They’re watching a program on television.
    2. Sehen
    3. Aufpassen, zuschauen
      1. Sehen oder hören Sie sich Präsentationen an – live oder aufgezeichnet.
      2. Watch or listen to live and recorded presentations.
  17. CEO
    1. 최고경영자
      1. 그녀는 최고경영자가 되고 권세를 얻었다.
      2. She gained face when she became the CEO.
    2. der Geschäftsführer
      1. Den neuen Geschäftsführer von Radio France.
      2. The new CEO of Radio France.
  18. Appeared to be
    1. 으로 나타났다
  19. Users
    1. 이용자들
      1. 이것은 정말 업무 이용자들이 고대하던 일입니다.
      2. And this, obviously, is what business users really want.
    2. Der Benutzer
      1. Benutzer, die über die entsprechenden Berechtigungen verfügen, können Ereignisse für einen Kalender erstellen.
      2. Users with proper permissions can create events for calendars.
  20. hundred million
      1. 그 회사는 연간 30억 달러의 운동화를 판매한다.
        1. That company sells three billion dollars of sneakers a year.
    1. hundert Millionen
      1. Tom ist etwa hundert Millionen Dollar wert.
        1. Tom’s worth about a hundred million dollars.
  21. Last year
    1. 지난해보다
      1. 지난해보다 400억 달러가 증가했습니다.
      2. That’s a 40-billion-dollar pickup on last year.
    2. Letztes Jahr
    3. Im vergangenen Jahr
      1. Letztes Jahr soll er mit einer Älteren gegangen sein.
      2. Last year he dated an older woman.
  22. Make an effort; work hard
    1. 공을 들이다 / 노력을 하다
      1. 이 책상을 만드는 데 많은 공을 들였다
      2. I have put a lot of work into making this table.
    2. Sich bemühen
      1. Auch die politisch Verantwortlichen im Kosovo müssen sich bemühen, die Dinge umzusetzen.
      2. The political leaders in Kosovo must make an effort to get things done.
  23. show; present
    1. 선보이다
      1. 그 회사는 첫번째 워크맨을 시장에 선보였다.
      2. The company put the first Walkman on the market.
    2. Etwas anbieten ;  präsentieren
      1. Sie möchten gern ein neues Produkt präsentieren?
      2. Would you like to present a new product ??
  24. What should I do to
    1. 려면 어떻게 해야 되죠?
    2. 기 위해서 무엇을 해야 할까?
      1. 이 문제를 해결하려면 어떻게 해야 되죠?
      2. What should I do to solve this problem?
    3. Was muss ich tun… um zu
      1. Was muss ich tun, um Verbrennungen zu vermeiden?
      2. What should I do to prevent burns?
  25. To have a point
    1. 일가견을 가지고 있다, 일리 있다; 장점이 있다.
      1. 네 말에 일리는 있지만 충분한 설득력이 있는 건 아니야
      2. You do have a point, but it’s not very convincing.
    2. Könnte Recht haben
      1. Damit könntest du Recht haben, Doc.
      2. You might have a point there, Doc.