RISING TO THE OCCASION
a. Thank you for everything.
b. You're welcome.
a. It was very kind of you.
b. Please don't mention it.
a. How can I ever thank you?
b. That's okay. Don't worry about it.
a. Yes, but...
b. It's my pleasure.
a. Would you like to have some apple pie?
b. No, thank you. I'd better not.
a. Why not?
b. I'm on a diet.
a. Thank you very much for helping me.
b. It was my pleasure. You would do the
same for me, wouldn't you?
a. Of course I would.
a. Thanks a million, Mr. Choi, for what you
have done for me.
b. The pleasure is all mine.
a. You've been a great help.
b. I'm glad to have been able to help you.
a. Thank you for your hospitality.
b. I appreciate your visit.
a. How can I ever repay you?
b. Oh, come on, I just enjoyed your company
a. I had a wonderful time being with you.
b. I certainly enjoyed it, too.
a. I'm glad.
b. It couldn't have been better.
a. I had a very nice time and I thank you
b. I was glad to have your company.
a. I really enjoyed talking with you and
everything was delicious.
b. How kind of you to say so.
a. It couldn't have been better.
a. John, how can I ever thank you enough?
b. It's nothing. What are friends for?
a. I'm glad to have a friend like you.
a. Please forgive me for being late.
b. No problem.
a. I'm sorry to have kept you waiting
b. Don't worry. You're forgiven.
a. I do apologize what I've done.
b. Don't blame yourself.
a. Then, who can I blame?
b. Just take it as a mistake.
a. I'm very sorry to hear about your father's
b. Thank you for your condolences.
a. Is anything I can do for you?
b. Not at this time, but I'll let you know.
a. Oh, I'm sorry. I didn't recognize your
b. I know I sound different on the phone.
a. I hope I didn't offend you.
b. Not at all.
a. Excuse me. I had the wrong idea.
b. I'm sure your intentions were good.
a. I thought so.
b. Then what are you worrying about?
a. I don't want to get in your way.
b. Don't worry about it.
a. I know I'm the one who goofed it up.
b. Yeah, just a little.
a. It was my fault.
b. Oh no, it was my fault.
a. Don't blame yourself for something I did.
b. It wasn't your fault at all.
a. Please forgive me for my rude remarks.
b. I owe you an apology for my smart
a. It just slipped out of my mouth.
b. Same here. I was very careless when I
a. Please forgive me for breaking my
b. Okay. But what happened yesterday?
a. My mother was very ill so we had to
take her to the hospital.
b. So how is she now?
B2:정말 더할 나위 없이 좋았습니다.
B1:위로의 말씀 고마워요.
A2:제가 망쳐 놓았다는 거 알아요.
B1:저도 잘난 척한 것을 사과 드립니다.
A2:그건 입에서 그냥 나온 대로 한 말이었어요.
|SECTION 6 WORDS OF ADVICE Dialogue 91 ~ 108 (0)||2009.01.15|
|SECTION 5 WORDS OF PRAISE AND ENCOURAGEMENT Dialogue 61 ~ 90 (0)||2009.01.15|
|SECTION 4 RISING TO THE OCCASION Dialogue 43 ~ 60 (0)||2009.01.15|
|SECTION 3 SAYING YOUR FAREWELLS Dialogue 28 ~ 42 (0)||2009.01.15|
|SECTION 2 FIRST GREETINGS Dialogue 16~27 (0)||2009.01.15|
|SECTION 1 Dialogue 1~15 (0)||2009.01.15|
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