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“Grammar to Explain” 부정의 부사어 (never, no not, etc.) 를 사용하지 않고서도 부정의 의미를 나타내는 구문들 : 그는 거짓말을 할 사람이 아니다 [ 결코 거짓말쟁이가 아니다 ] : He is above telling a lie. / He.

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Presentation on theme: "“Grammar to Explain” 부정의 부사어 (never, no not, etc.) 를 사용하지 않고서도 부정의 의미를 나타내는 구문들 : 그는 거짓말을 할 사람이 아니다 [ 결코 거짓말쟁이가 아니다 ] : He is above telling a lie. / He."— Presentation transcript:

1 “Grammar to Explain” 부정의 부사어 (never, no not, etc.) 를 사용하지 않고서도 부정의 의미를 나타내는 구문들 : 그는 거짓말을 할 사람이 아니다 [ 결코 거짓말쟁이가 아니다 ] : He is above telling a lie. / He is the last man to tell a lie [that will tell a lie]. He is far from (being) a liar. = He never tells a lie. [He is no liar]. fail to ∼ : ∼하지 못하다 [ 않다 ] : John often fails to keep his word. ( 존은 종종 약속을 안 지킨다.) free from ∼ : ∼가 없는 a day free from wind. ( 바람이 안 부는 날 ) / free from care ( 걱정이 없는 ) without [instead of] ∼ ing : ∼하지 않고 Bill went away without saying a word. ( 빌은 말 한 마디 없이 가버렸다.) 준부정 ( 거의 ∼않다 ) 구문들 : 빈도부사 활용 : seldom, rarely, hardly, scarcely ① Susan seldom goes out. ( 수잔은 외출하는 일은 극히 드물다 ) ② I can hardly understand it. ( 좀처럼 이해가 안되네.) I can't hardly understand it. (X) little / few : There is little hope. ( 희망이 거의 없다.) There is a little hope 는 긍정적 표현. 희망이 좀 남아있다. ② Few people visit the place where he was born. 그의 출생지를 찾아보는 사람들은 거의 없다.

2 Maxims Introduced by Teacher Caesar's wife must be above suspicion. Julius Caesar Albert was far from being a child prodigy. from Philip Cane's “Albert Einstein” The ego is willing but the machine cannot go on. It's the last thing a man will admit, that his mind ages. Will Durant ( ) American writer Do you have eyes but fail to see, and ears but fail to hear? from Mark ( 마가복음 ) 8 : 17 Misfortunes seldom come alone.

3 Maxims Translated by Student Far from being a fishing snob, Hoover described fishing as a lesson in democracy, “All men are equal before fish.” from New York Times Magazine The government has no business in business, and I would be the last person in the world to ever try to involve the government in a business of mine. from “Catch-22” by Joseph Heller If we fail to learn from the lesson of Viet Nam, we will have salvaged nothing from our debacle. from Time I seldom think of politics more than 18 hours a day. Lyndon B. Johnson, the 36th President of USA

4 “My Maxim” Activity 여러분이 존경하는 인물은 여러분처럼 평범 한 사람입니다 [ 이었습니다 ]. 존경하는 위인 으로 문장을 적당히 고쳐보세요. 1. John D. Rockefeller was far from being born with a gold spoon in his mouth. Edison was far from a genius.


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