Presentation on theme: "“Grammar to Explain” 빈도부사는 often, frequently, sometimes, always, usually, seldom, never 등과 같이 횟수를 나타내는 부사로서, be 동사와 조동사의 경우 그 뒤에 오고 일반동사의 경우 그 앞에 오는 것."— Presentation transcript:
“Grammar to Explain” 빈도부사는 often, frequently, sometimes, always, usually, seldom, never 등과 같이 횟수를 나타내는 부사로서, be 동사와 조동사의 경우 그 뒤에 오고 일반동사의 경우 그 앞에 오는 것 이 원칙이나, 예외 ( 문장 제일 앞 또는 끝 등 ) 도 있다. I often visit my grandparents. ( 나는 종종 조부모님들을 방문한다.) He walks to school sometimes. [ 예외 ] ( 그는 때때로 학교에 걸어서 간다.) She is always late for the meeting. ( 그녀는 언제나 회의에 늦는다.) They will never go there. ( 그들은 결코 거기에 가지 않을 것이다.)
Maxims Introduced by Teacher There is often a great distinction between character and reputation. Ernest Hemingway Busy readers are seldom good readers. Hasty marriage seldom proves well. from “King Henry VI” by William Shakespeare The moon is always jealous of the heat of the day, just as the sun always longs for something dark and deep. Alice Hoffman Very often persuasion is more effective than force. [ 예외 ] from Fables of Aesop
Maxims Translated by Student There is never a wrong time to do the right thing. A man without a name can never be identified. A man who doesn't exist can never be caught. A man who doesn't love can never truly be alive. from the movie “The Saint” A winner never quits, and a quitter never wins. There is always time to add a word, never to withdraw one. Baltasar Gracian, Spanish philosopher & writer Barking dogs seldom bite. Politics are usually the executive expression of human immaturity. Vera Brittain, British author Sometimes one can't see the wood for the trees.[ 예외 ]
“My Maxim” Activity 다음과 비슷한 문장들을 여러분도 지으세요. 1. Old dictators never die; they just fly the coup. 2. Old fishermen never die; they just wade away. 3. Old soldiers never die; they just fade away. 4. Old poets never die; they just go into their poems. Seniors never fade away; they just graduate.