(Aug 27, 2012)<Practice Describing Pictures>
The first one is a picture of a bulgogi restaurant, which I went to with my family yesterday evening.
When we went there, the restaurant was filled with customers.
There were no seats left./
/All the seats were taken.
So we had to take a number and wait on the street to be called.
The second picture is a red-bean sherbet which we ate after dinner [/which we had for dessert.”]
It had a very simple and clean flavor.
We had to wait on/in/ the road with a number until we were called again.
The third picture is a road and the playground of an elementary school this morning.
–(2012.8.28) <练习用英文/中文/ 描述照片>——
<사진을 영어/중국어로 설명 해보기>
첫 번째 사진은 어제 저녁 우리 가족이 함께 갔던 불고기 집이다.
우리가 도착하니, 식당에 손님이 가득차서 빈 테이블이 없었다.
그래서 번호표를 받은 후 거리에서 우리 이름을 부를 때 가지 기다렸었다.
두 번째 사진은 저녁식사후 먹었던 팥빙수 사진이다.
깔끔하고 담백한 맛이었다.
역시 번호표를 받아 대기를 했었다.
세 번째 사진은 오늘 아침 길거리와 초등학교 운동장의 모습이다.
★~The best style is the style you don’t notice. ~ Somerset Maugham ~★
—<The use of prepositions in English : some time expressions>————–
* sourse: 출처: http://lang-8.com/48539/journals/1031366 : written by tony
at breakfast/lunch/dinner time
in/during the morning/afternoon/evening/night (“during” emphasizes that the action or event lasts for a while)
at night [used primarily for habitual or repeated action]
on Tuesday = starting Tuesday, = from Tuesday to Friday)
on March 15 (UK English: on 15 March)
on someone’s birthday/anniversary
over/during the weekend
(“during” Christmas is used when Christmas is used to mean a period of several days of vacation)
in/during (the) spring/summer/fall/winter
in the past
in the future
*In the cases where no preposition is used
() last/this/next week/month/year
() this morning/afternoon/evening
() yesterday/tomorrow morning/afternoon/evening/night
() the day before yesterday
() the day after tomorrow
() the week/month/year before last
() the week/month/year after next
() [number] days/weeks/months/years ago
() [number] days/weeks/months/years from now (this means in the future)