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“What’s up?”에 대한 적절한 답변

방심하고 있는데 외국인 친구가 “What’s up?”이라고 물어볼 때 있지 않나요?

“"What’s up?에 대한 적절한 답변

저는 이때, 뭐라고 답해야 좋을지 고민 많이 했었습니다.

저게 뭐라고…

“What’s up?”은 한국말로 “뭔일 있어?” 또는 “별일 없지?”라는 의미입니다.

그러므로 “뭔일 있어?”라고 물어보면 그에 대한 적절한 답은 대략 다음과 같습니다.

  • Nothing
  • Not much

영어로 해보는 새해 인사

연말에 영어로 새해 인사 할 일 생기면, 어떤 표현이 좋을지 생각 고민됩니다.

아래의 예는 정말 꿀이죠.

1) A happy new year that brings you luck and fun.
2) A happy new year that makes your hopes and dream come true. Happy new year.
3) Wising you a Happy new year filled with happiness and peace. May your home be filled with joy and Happiness. Happy new year.
4) My best wishes for a New Year That full-fills your dreams and hope Happy New Year.
5) A new year is on the way that makes yesterdays a memory and Tomorrows a Dream Happy New Year.
6) As I think about our friendship and how happy it has made me, I want to wish you happiness in the year to come.
7) I would like to say how much joy you have given me, and wish for you joy and happiness in return. Happy new year !
8) Another year has passed, another year has come. I wish for you, that with every year you touch all your dreams. May God pour love and care on you. Happy New Year.
9) Don’t forget the past, learn from it. Happy New Year.
10) It is time to forget the past and celebrate a new beginning. Happy New Year
11) May the year ahead brings you good luck, fortune, success and lots of love.
12) May your days be painted in gold. May your life be filled with diamonds. May the stars shine bright on your world. Happy new year.
13) Wishing you good health, happiness, and success in the coming year and always. Happy New Year!
14) Wish you a very happy new year
15) Time is like a flowing river, no water passes beneath your feet twice, much like the river, moments never pass you by again, so cherish every moment that life gives you and have a wonderful New Year.
16) May the new year bring you greater heights of success and prosperity. Have a happy new year!
17) May each and every day of yours be renewed with lots of happiness and love. Happy New Year.
18) I wish you a very Happy New Year. Hope you have a great time ahead.
19)Many people await new years day, to make a new start to their old habits. I wish you otherwise, Happy New Year.
20) May the coming year bring more happiness to you than last year. May you have an amazing year. Happy New Year.

영어 이메일 작성시 흔히 쓰는 위로의 말, 사과 및 변명

위로의 말

  • I’m so sorry to hear that.
  • I am so sorry to hear that you have a bad cold.
  • We are saddened to learn that your department is going to be closed.
    (*sadden 슬프게 하다)
  • We were shocked to hear the news.
  • If there is anything we can do to help, please contact us.
  • We are saddened at the idea of his absence.
  • She will long be remembered for her distinguished contribution to this company.
    (*distinguished 눈에 띄는, 뚜렷한 | contribution 공헌, 기여, 기부)
  • I heard you are going through a tough time.
  • We hope you will get well soon.
  • We are devastated to hear the terrible news about the flood at your facility.
  • We hope to resume receiving orders as soon as you rebuild.
  • Our condolences are with you.
  • I am sorry that you are having a rough time.
  • We want to express our heartfelt sympathy.
  • The founder of our company, Mr. Benson, has passed away.

조의/애도 (삼가 고인의 명복을 빕니다)

  • Please accept our heartfelt condolences.
    (*condolence 조의, 애도)
  • We would like to offer our deepest condolences on his passing.
  • I’m sorry for your loss.
  • I would like to express my sincere condolences to you and your family.
  • I extend my sympathy to your family.

사과 및 변명

  • I’m sorry this is so late.
  • I wish you a belated happy birthday!
    (*belated 늦은, 지연된)
  • Please accept my apologies for any inconvenience this may cause.
  • Sorry about any inconvenience.
  • Please accept our apologies for the late solution to the problem.
  • Please accept our apologies for the confusion.
  • I am sorry to have bothered you.
  • I am sorry to hear that.
  • I’m very sorry to hear that.
  • I apologize for not being able to confirm your order sooner.
  • I apologize for having made our position unclear.
  • Our late reply may cause some delays, but we will do our best to minimize these.
  • We will make sure our late reply won’t cause any further delay.
  • We will speed up the work since our late reply has caused a delay.
  • It would be appreciated if you would understand our situation.
  • Did our late reply cause any inconvenience? If so, we are deeply sorry.
  • I hope our late reply hasn’t caused any difficulties.
  • We have experienced a small accident in our local factory.
  • It was so difficult to make a decision that I could not email you earlier.
  • It took so much time to examine your proposal that I couldn’t answer you yesterday.
  • I have been bogged down with so much work these days.
  • I have been bogged down with a few projects these days.
  • Recently I have been swamped with the new business plans for next year.
  • I understand what you’re saying, but please speed up the work because we’re in a hurry, too.
  • I’m sorry, but if you keep delaying the deadline, we won’t be able to work together in the future.
  • I apologize for the delay.
  • I hope you understand.
  • I couldn’t send you an email sooner to let you know about the change of plans.
  • Sorry about the last-minute change.
  • I’m sorry I couldn’t tell you this in person.
  • I have no excuse
  • I have no excuse for forgetting about the meeting.
  • I have no good excuse for forgetting about your birthday.
  • I feel terrible.
  • I feel terrible about the mistake.
  • I feel horrible that you got reprimanded for my mistake.
    (*reprimand 질책하다, 견책하다)
  • Please accept my apology.
  • I’m sorry, but I can’t come in to work.
  • I’m really sorry, but I don’t think I can come in to work today.
  • I’m sorry I’ll be in late today.
  • I’m sorry I missed our appointment (today).
  • I’m sorry I cannot keep our appointment.
  • I am sorry, but I have a family matter to take care of.
  • I forwarded the email to you by mistake.
  • I forwarded the email to the wrong person by mistake.
  • I deleted your email by mistake!

영어 이메일에서 자주 쓰는 제안/거절 표현

다양한 제안 표현 (~해주시면 좋겠습니다. ~해주셔서 감사해요)

  • Let me know if you are interested.
  • Thank you for submitting a proposal to us.
  • Let me get back to you as soon as possible regarding your proposal.
  • I will review this proposal and get back to you as soon as I can.
  • We will get back to you after careful consideration.
  • We will review your suggestion.
  • We hope you will find our offer attractive.
  • I’m glad to inform you that we are willing to accept your offer.
  • We are willing to meet you and talk about your suggestion.
  • We will receive approval or disapproval by next week.
  • We look forward to a mutually rewarding relationship with you.
  • We are anxious to contact some firms in your city with a view to acting as their sales agents and distributors in Korea.
    (*with a view to ~할 목적으로)
  • We are pleased to provide a new, more competitive price list.
  • We are a customer-oriented organization.
  • We pride ourselves on the quality of the products we produce and feel confident that they will help you to expand your market.
  • We look forward to having a pleasant business relationship with you.
  • We are especially interested in buying XYZ and would like to know if you carry this item.
  • We would be pleased if you would let us have the names and addresses of some reliable importers in Busan.
  • Please call us at your convenience at 333-4444.

다양한 거절 (죄송해요~)

  • Our decision was extremely difficult as there were several high quality proposals to choose from.
  • Our technicians are unable to handle the situation.
  • Unfortunately, we found that we were running out of time to take care of that issue.
  • Although I think it was a superb idea, we decided to do it on our own.
  • We regret to inform you that your proposal does not meet our requirements at this time.
  • We regret to announce that your application was rejected this time.
  • We regrettably must turn it down.
  • We reluctantly have to say no to your offer.
  • We reluctantly decided to outsource that project.
  • We are afraid that this course of action is not possible.
  • We are afraid that our engineers cannot be sent to your factory.
  • We are not able to send our engineer to your factory tonight, but we can fix your system remotely.
  • We don’t have the model 224 in stock, but we can ship model 224-1 immediately.
  • We are not able to hire you at this time, but we will keep your name on file.
  • We will contact you if any specific needs arise in the future.
  • As your company is a reliable dealer, we will recommend it to our marketing department.
  • I’m afraid we can’t send any samples at the moment. Please look at the product details posted on our website.

영문 이메일 작성시 자주 쓰는 인사/소개/감사 표현

영문 메일 작성시 자주 쓰는 인사

  • Hope you are well.
  • It’s been a while.
  • Long time no talk!
  • It’s been a long time.
  • Good to talk to you again.
  • I haven’t seen you in years.
  • Haven’t talked with you in[for]ages.
  • How have you been?
  • What have you been doing?
  • What have you been up to?
  • How are you doing? Is everything going well with you?
  • What’s up?
  • What’s new?
  • Anything new?

영문메일 작성시 상대방이 안부를 물었을 때 첫 인사

  • I’ve been okay.
  • Never been better.
  • I have been busy with work.
  • I was out of town for a month.
  • I was on a business trip last month.
  • It was good to talk with you the other day.
  • Hope everything is good.
  • It is my honor to be of help to you.
  • It is my honor to serve you.
  • I am so happy to serve our customers with our products.
  • I am so happy[glad] to do this project with you.
  • I feel so lucky to have this opportunity.
  • I look forward to mutually beneficial growth.
  • I would like to establish a good partnership with you.
  • I hope this finds you well.
  • I believe you are enjoying the sunshine in Miami.
  • It was nice to see you at the conference.

감사하다는 표현도 다양하다

  • Thank you for everything.
  • Thank you for your help.
  • Thank you for your time.
  • Thank you for your sympathy.
  • Thank you for your email.
  • I appreciate your flexibility.
  • I appreciate your prompt reply.

소개하기/존재감 남기기

  • Let me introduce myself briefly to start.
  • GNH was established in 1978.
  • Let me start off by introducing our company.
  • Let me explain what we do first.
  • Let me start off by introducing our new business.
  • First of all, let me tell you briefly about what we do.
  • I am JP Choi and I am responsible for making contracts.
  • First of all, let me tell you about our colleague, Kim Daehan briefly.
  • I am sure there is no need to introduce myself.
  • I hope you remember me.
  • Why don’t I introduce myself to break the ice?
  • My name is Minjeong Kim (who is) in charge of the General Affairs Department.
  • This is Kevin Lee responsible for overseas sales.
  • I am Misun Lee, responsible for overseas contact.
  • I am David Shin, working in the Financial Department.
  • We are the emerging player in the IT industry of Korea.
  • I am Jerry Hobbs of CPA Testing Center informing you of the test result.
  • I will be replacing Mr. Kim starting next week.

영문 이메일 작성시 유용한 패턴

Opening email phrases (opening part of a business letter)

  • I am writing to confirm …
  • I am writing to apologize for …
  • I am writing to enquire about …
  • I am writing to you in response to your advertisement for…
  • I received your address from + and would like …
  • I recently wrote to you about …
  • In reply to your letter of 8 May, …
  • With reference to your letter of 8 June, I …
  • With reference to your advertisement in …
  • With reference to your phone call today, …
  • After having seen your advertisement in … , I would like …
  • After having received your address from … , I …
  • Thank you for your letter of 8 May.
  • Thank you for your letter regarding …
  • Thank you for your letter/e-mail about …
  • To Whom It May Concern:

Thank you phrases (useful for writing a business thank you letter)

  • Thank you.
  • Thank you very much.
  • Thank you in advance
  • Thank you for your help!
  • Thank you for your letter!
  • Thanks for your assistance!
  • Thank you for your patience.
  • Thanks for the prompt response.
  • Thank you for your kind comments!
  • Thank you very much for your answers!
  • Thank you for your time and consideration.
  • Thank you very much for your warm words!
  • Thank you for allowing us the privilege of serving you!
  • Thank you for the e-mail. We appreciate your feedback, and will get back to you as soon as possible.
  • Suggestions are welcome, thank you.
  • My apologies to you for bothering you, and thank you for your kind help.

Closing email phrases (business letter closing phrases)

  • I look forward to your reply.
  • I look forward to seeing you.
  • I look forward to hearing from you.
  • I look forward to hearing from you soon.
  • I look forward to meeting you next Tuesday.
  • I look forward to seeing you next Thursday.
  • We look forward to welcoming you as our customer.
  • I look forward to an opportunity to speak with you personally.
  • I look forward to a successful working relationship in the future.
  • I hope to get answers from you.
  • Good luck and I look forward to your response!
  • If you require any further information, feel free to contact me.
  • If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to contact us.
  • Should you need any further information, please do not hesitate to contact me.
  • I would appreciate your immediate attention to this matter.
  • Your prompt reply is very much appreciated.
  • Please contact us again if we can help in any way.
  • Please contact us again if there are any problems.
  • Please contact us again if you have any questions.

Correspondence exchange

  • I am writing to … Inquire/ ask/ request/ offer/ introduce/ thank/ apologize/ congratulate
  • I am writing in reply to
  • Further to/… with reference to our … conversation
  • This is to inform/ let know/ advice
  • As you know from our previous correspondence…
  • Do not hesitate to contact me.
  • Please, notify that a reply is required by… without fail.
  • We would be grateful if you could…
  • We look forward to your (early) reply
  • Your prompt reply will be appreciated.
  • I am much obliged to you for…
  • I deeply appreciate your …
  • I was pleased to…
  • It is very kind of you to…
  • Many thanks for…
  • Many thanks in advance.
  • Please, accept my sincere/ deep appreciation for your help.
  • We are grateful for your co-operation.
  • I will be in touch as soon as …
  • I will keep you informed.
  • The information will be handled in confidence.
  • Pay special attention to the fact that…
  • We refer to our telephone conversation of…
  • We should be most happy to provide you with any further information you may require….
  • We will certainly contact you if…
  • I am writing to ask you for a favour…
  • In accordance with law I request…
  • by separate mail…
  • We would share with you the estimates of…


  • I am afraid that…
  • I am sorry that I missed the opportunity of contacting you earlier/ calling you…
  • I am very sorry to have caused you so much trouble…
  • I must apologize that…
  • I regret to inform you that…
  • Please, accept my apologies for…
  • Please, forgive me for troubling you taking so much time / taking so long to answer your letter the delay in…
  • The reason for the present delay is…
  • Unfortunately …
  • We are sorry for the inconvenience that we may have caused you.
  • To my regret I must inform you that…

Closing the letter

  • Cordially,
  • Cordially Yours,
  • I remain,
  • Looking forward to continue co-operation, I remain…
  • Respectfully,
  • Sincerely,
  • Sincerely Yours,
  • Truly Yours,
  • Very Truly Yours,
  • Yours,


  • I am very disappointed about this fact.
  • I have to ask you to accept the responsibility for these damages/ actions…

Arranging an appointment

  • To accept an invitation
  • To ask for an appointment
  • To be present (at/in)
  • To decline an invitation
  • To fix the exact dates of call/ meeting/ work
  • I am unable to accept your invitation.
  • I could come/ call at any…
  • I should be pleased to know what dates would be convenient to you.

Proposals and promises

  • As promised
  • As we requested
  • Does the idea appeal to you?
  • I hope you will not mind
  • If the above idea is attractive to you…
  • If you find circumstances acceptable …
  • In case our proposal would be acceptable…
  • It is more possible for us to…
  • On the following conditions
  • We shall do our best to…


  • As a result of…
  • As you may know…
  • At the present time…
  • Despite the fact that…
  • Draw your attention to…
  • In view of the above said…
  • It is to be noted…
  • On the ground that…
  • Take into account…
  • Take into consideration…
  • Briefly, the main points that have been made are…
  • I have some sympathy with your position, but…
  • Excuse me, but I think it is relevant to add that…
  • I am afraid there seems to have been a slight misunderstanding…

흔히 잘 쓰이는 영어회화 패턴 50가지

흔히 잘 쓰이는 영어회화 패턴 50가지입니다.

직접 발음하여 녹음한 것을 반복해서 듣고 따라하면 나중에 실전에 유용하게 사용할 수 있습니다.

1. I think…
I think you’re right.
I think we’re lost.
I think this is it.
I think this is yours.
I think this is enough.
I think that is better.
I think it’s two hours long.

2. I mean…
I mean I love you.
I mean I hate you.
I mean I’ll do it for you.
I mean I don’t want any.
I mean I don’t know how.
I mean we should help.
I mean to clean up first.

3. I like…
I like you.
I like this.
I like to swim.
I like my job.
I like reading.
I like the movies.
I like your shoes.

4. Do you…
Do you live here?
Do you like this?
Do you have a car?
Do you have enough?
Do you want more?
Do you want to go out?
Do you come here often?

5. Are you…?
Are you okay?
Are you done?
Are you alone?
Are you happy?
Are you leaving?
Are you working today?
Are you going shopping?

6. Can I…?
Can I drive?
Can I help you?
Can I see that?
Can I call you?
Can I keep this?
Can I go with you?
Can I have some more?

7. Could you…?
Could you help me?
Could you turn off the TV?
Could you pass the salt?
Could you hold this a minute?
Could you check this for me?
Could you give me some more?
Could you take out the trash?

Let’s go.
Let’s eat.
Let’s go to bed.
Let’s grab a beer.
Let’s go for a drive.
Let’s take a break.
Let’s finish this later.

9. I feel…
I feel sad.
I feel cold.
I feel tired.
I feel thirsty.
I feel sick.
I feel hungry.
I feel good.

10. I need to…
I need to get a job.
I need to get new shoes.
I need to go shopping.
I need to buy some milk.
I need to study tonight.
I need to use the restroom.
I need to call my parents.

11. Can I have…?
Can I have this?
Can I have a pet?
Can I have a cookie?
Can I have some time off?
Can I have some more time?
Can I have another beer?
Can I have another chance?

12. I’m sure…
I’m sure she’ll come.
I’m sure she’ll call soon.
I’m sure she’ll be surprised.
I’m sure he’ll like it.
I’m sure this is enough.
I’m sure excited about it.
I’m sure glad you came.

13. I’m sorry…
I’m sorry I’m late.
I’m sorry I broke it.
I’m sorry I lost the keys.
I’m sorry I forgot to call.
I’m sorry you couldn’t come.
I’m sorry you didn’t get any.
I’m sorry It’s not the color you wanted.

14. I have to…
I have to study.
I have to go to work.
I have to go home now.
I have to write a paper.
I have to do my makeup.
I have to brush my teeth.
I have to call my mom.

15. How about…?
How about you?
How about him?
How about later?
How about one more?
How about a bigger one?
How about Chinese food?
How about watching a movie?

16. Do you want to…?
Do you want to drive?
Do you want to go home now?
Do you want to go to the mall?
Do you want to watch a movie?
Do you want to have a beer?
Do you want to have a cup of coffee?
Do you want to have dinner with me?

17. Do you think…?
Do you think she’s nice?
Do you think this is right?
Do you think this’ll work?
Do you think this tastes okay?
Do you think I should do this?
Do you think we’re too early?
Do you think we have enough?

18. How do you…?
How do you feel?
How do you do that?
How do you make it?
How do you know him?
How do you like this?
How do you like my new dress?
How do you want your eggs?

19. I don’t want to…
I don’t want to drive.
I don’t want to get up.
I don’t want to go to bed.
I don’t want to go to school.
I don’t want to work today.
I don’t want to talk to him.
I don’t want to be seen like this.

20. Would you like to…?
Would you like to do this?
Would you like to keep it?
Would you like to have one?
Would you like to take a break?
Would you like to try again?
Would you like to go home?
Would you like to go to the mall?

21. Have you…?
Have you found it yet?
Have you seen my keys?
Have you seen this movie?
Have you been here before?
Have you been waiting long?
Have you ever done this before?
Have you ever met her before?

22. I’m going to…
I’m going to work?
I’m going to buy it.
I’m going to leave now.
I’m going to finish this.
I’m going to call him.
I’m going to go upstairs.
I’m going to bake a cake.

23. Don’t forget to…
Don’t forget to study.
Don’t forget to call me.
Don’t forget to write me.
Don’t forget to bring the beer.
Don’t forget to invite your brother.
Don’t forget to take out the garabage.
Don’t forget to thank your sister for me.

24. Are you going to…?
Are you going to study?
Are you going to buy it?
Are you going to leave soon?
Are you going to call her?
Are you going to watch the game?
Are you going to see him again?
Are you going to be home tonight?

25. Where do you…?
Where do you live?
Where do you work?
Where do you put this?
Where do you want to go?
Where do you go to school?
Where do you buy your shoes?
Where do you come from?

26. Thank you for…
Thank you for coming.
Thank you for calling.
Thank you for all your help.
Thank you for cleaning up.
Thank you for reminding me.
Thank you for making dinner.
Thank you for driving me home.

27. Who likes…?
Who likes this?
Who likes her?
Who likes spaghetti?
Who likes this movie?
Who likes to swim?
Who likes to work?
Who likes to get up early?

28. used to…
I used to eat out.
I used to like him.
I used to like working.
I used to hate math.
I used to drink a lot.
I used to drink coffee.
I used to travel a lot.

29. Who’s going to…?
Who’s going to drive?
Who’s going to fix this?
Who’s going to the store?
Who’s going to tell him?
Who’s going to buy the ticket?
Who’s going to watch the baby?
Who’s going to wash the dishes?

30. It looks like…
It looks like I’m wrong.
It looks like you’re right.
It looks like we might win.
It looks like Jack’s coming.
It looks like it might rain.
It looks like I’m going to be late.
It looks like we’re ready to leave.

31. Why don’t you…?
Why don’t you like me?
Why don’t you take a break?
Why don’t you take the bus?
Why don’t you leave me alone?
Why don’t you ask for directions.
Why don’t you ask your mother?
Why don’t you find someone else?

32. I’m trying to…
I’m trying to work.
I’m trying to study.
I’m trying to find my keys.
I’m trying to make a cake.
I’m trying to finish this.
I’m trying to finish it on time.
I’m trying to remember her name.

33. I told you to…
I told you to go away.
I told you to be careful.
I told you to leave me alone.
I told you to stop smoking.
I told you to stop calling me.
I told you to help your mom.
I told you to ask someone else.

34. You don’t have to…
You don’t have to leave.
You don’t have to stay.
You don’t have to eat it.
You don’t have to do anything.
You don’t have to say anything.
You don’t have to bring anything.
You don’t have to come with me.

35. It’s time to…
It’s time to leave.
It’s time to go home.
It’s time to go to school.
It’s time to have lunch.
It’s time to say goodbye.
It’s time to take a break.
It’s time to brush your teeth.

36. What if…?
What if I’m late?
What if I lose it?
What if I can’t do it?
What if it snows?
What if no one comes?
What if he says ‘No’?
What if he’s not there?

37. When do you plan to…?
When do you plan to leave?
When do you plan to study?
When do you plan to go home?
When do you plan to graduate?
When do you plan to finish this?
When do you plan to have some fun?
When do you plan to take a vacation?

38. I just wanted to…
I just wanted to be alone.
I just wanted to go home.
I just wanted to get my coat.
I just wanted to see you again.
I just wanted to know the truth.
I just wanted to hear you say it.
I just wanted to find my cell phone.

39. I’m thinking…
I’m thinking about moving.
I’m thinking we’re finished.
I’m thinking of going to bed.
I’m thinking of riding the bus.
I’m thinking I’ll skip the class.
I’m thinking about getting a job.
I’m thinking you should go first.

40. Do you want me to…?
Do you want me to drive?
Do you want me to fix that?
Do you want me to call you?
Do you want me to meet you?
Do you want me to help you?
Do you want me to get some more?
Do you want me to wash the dishes?

41. I should have…
I should have worn a coat.
I should have come sooner.
I should have reminded him.
I should have told the truth.
I should have called you.
I should have studied hard.
I should have listened to her.

42. Is there anyone who…?
Is there anyone who can cook?
Is there anyone who can fix it?
Is there anyone who can help me?
Is there anyone who can speaks English?
Is there anyone who knows Peter?
Is there anyone who knows how to do this?
Is there anyone who knows about computers?

43. Have you ever…
Have you ever seen a whale?
Have you ever played pool?
Have you ever eaten sushi?
Have you ever been to a zoo?
Have you ever cooked before?
Have you ever driven a car before?
Have you ever traveled overseas?

44. I was wondering if…
I was wondering if you’d call.
I was wondering if you’d like it.
I was wondering if you’d help me.
I was wondering if you’d go out with me.
I was wondering if you’d remember.
I was wondering if he’d be here.
I was wondering if I could take a break.

45. Is it possible that…?
Is it possible that he’s married?
Is it possible that I got fired?
Is it possible that it was canceled?
Is it possible that the battery’s dead?
Is it possible that we’d get caught?
Is it possible that they’ve forgotten?
Is it possible that we’ve the wrong address?

46. Is it okay if…?
Is it okay if I’m late?
Is it okay if I go first?
Is it okay if I go home early?
Is it okay if I make a call first?
Is it okay if I have one more?
Is it okay if we leave now?
Is it okay if we do this later?

47. Would you mind if…?
Would you mind if we leave?
Would you mind if we didn’t go?
Would you mind if we go tomorrow?
Would you mind if I drive?
Would you mind if I left early?
Would you mind if I’m a little late?
Would you mind if I listened to some music?

48. How come…?
How come it’s so hard?
How come I always get sick?
How come I have to do it?
How come I failed the exam?
How come we have to go?
How come you’re always late?
How come you never listen to me?

49. What makes you…?
What makes you laugh?
What makes you happy?
What makes you crying?
What makes you live here?
What makes you feel that way?
What makes you think that?
What makes you so sure?

50. I can’t believe…
I can’t believe it.
I can’t believe it’s free.
I can’t believe he’s alive.
I can’t believe he got married.
I can’t believe we’re here.
I can’t believe they did that.
I can’t believe she said that.