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[/vc_column_text][vc_separator][vc_column_text]굵은 글씨를 클릭할 때 뜨는 단어의 뜻은 해당 문맥에 맞는 뜻만을 올린 것입니다. 더 많은 단어 뜻은 사전을 참고하세요
00:02 – As you can see red lines have increased over time
00:06 while blue lines–
00:07 (phone ringing)
00:08 – Oh shit, sorry guys.
00:09 I swore I [simple_tooltip content=’turn off
: to stop a piece of equipment working temporarily by pressing a button or by moving a switch’]turned this off
00:13 – Anyway, we can expect that over time–
00:16 (phone ringing)
00:17 – Ah shit, sorry sorry sorry.
00:20 – What’s going on, who keeps calling you?
00:22 – It’s just my ex, it’s probably nothing
00:24 but let me just send a quick text to be sure.
00:27 Sorry about that.
00:28 – Well, if there are no more [simple_tooltip content=’interruption:
something that someone says or does that stops someone else when they are speaking or concentrating on something
예) He carried on, ignoring interruptions from the defence lawyer.’]interruptions
00:30 (phone ringing)
00:31 – Okay I really think this might be an emergency.
00:33 Alright let me just take this really quickly, I’m sorry.
00:37 – Hello.
00:38 ♫ Hello it’s me ♫
00:42 – Yeah I know, what’s going on?
00:43 You must have called a thousand times.
00:45 ♫ I was wondering if after all
00:47 ♫ these years you’d like to meet ♫
00:50 – What!
00:51 Seriously, I thought you were dying or something.
00:54 You called so much.
00:55 ♫ When I call you never
00:59 ♫ seem to be home ♫
01:01 – Yeah, ’cause I don’t like [simple_tooltip content=’pick up
: to lift someone or something up from a surface
예1) He picked the phone up and dialled.
예2) She rushed to pick up the baby as soon as it started to cry.’]picking up
[/simple_tooltip] the phone, okay.
01:05 Most people always just text.
01:07 ♫ There’s such a difference
01:10 ♫ between us ♫
01:13 – Yeah, I guess so, okay.
01:15 Look, if you need to [simple_tooltip content=’reach
: to succeed in talking to someone by telephone or radio
예) I will leave you a number where I can be reached in an emergency.’]reach
[/simple_tooltip] me again,
01:17 just text me or email or hell, even Facebook message.
01:20 I still haven’t downloaded the separate app for it
01:22 but I’ll see it when I log into Facebook.
01:25 Okay? Hello?
01:28 I lost the connection.
01:30 – You know that’s fine,
01:31 because I did actually work hard on this presentation.
01:33 – I just don’t understand
01:34 why she didn’t send an email at 3 am like a normal person.
01:37 – I can’t remember the last time I actually called someone.
01:39 – Right?
01:40 And definitely not an ex.
01:41 – No, they don’t talk to me.
01:43 – Yeah, that’s not a calling relationship.
01:45 – Call a doctor.
01:46 – You can call a doctor.
01:47 – Text a doctor.
01:48 – I would love to be able to text a doctor.
01:49 (phone ringing)
01:50 – [Mike] Sorry. – [Woman] Come on.
01:53 – Hello.
01:54 ♫ Hello
01:56 ♫ How are you ♫
01:58 – I’m fine, I just can’t talk right now okay.
02:00 I don’t know what time it is there,
02:02 but it’s the middle of the workday here.
02:03 ♫ I’m in California ♫
02:05 – You’re in California?
02:07 Since when, when did you get here?
02:09 I thought you were in England or something.
02:10 ♫ It’s so typical of me
02:13 ♫ to talk about myself I’m sorry ♫
02:16 – Okay, no no no, we’re talking about this now
02:19 because you’re here.
02:20 You didn’t come here just to check in on me, did you?
02:23 (dial tone)
02:26 I lost the connection again.
02:27 It’s like she’s calling from some [simple_tooltip content=’outdated:
old and no longer suitable for modern purposes, methods, or situations
예1) The office computer system is hopelessly outdated.
예2) outdated ideas about the family’]outdated
02:29 (phone ringing)
02:32 – What!
02:33 ♫ Hello can you hear me ♫
02:37 – Barely, sounds like you’re calling
02:39 from the middle of a windstorm or something.
02:41 ♫ Hello from the outside ♫
02:46 – Go inside.
02:48 Okay look I’m [simple_tooltip content=’hang up
: to stop using a telephone at the end of a conversation
예) George hung up and sat back in his chair.’]hanging up[/simple_tooltip] now, I’m gonna hang up.
02:51 Don’t be mad.
02:52 I’m hanging up because I can’t hear you okay.
02:55 I’m hanging up!
03:00 Alright, go ahead.
03:02 – Trapp, if these calls keep affecting your life,
03:04 you should just [simple_tooltip content=’cut someone out
: to not allow someone to do something or get something
예) I do not want to cut the children out of our plans.’]cut her out
03:06 – I know.
03:07 – Yeah man, you have a weird relationship with her.
03:09 – I know I,
03:12 I’m afraid she’s gonna write a song about me.
03:16 Hi, it’s Mike Trapp from CollegeHumor.
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03:21 And if you want to investigate
03:23 the spooky old McCreery House,
03:24 even though your mom warned you not to,
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- Have you ever forgotten to turn off your phone in a class or a conference and your phone rang?
- Do you prefer texting or a phone call?
- Do you set your own ringtone? or do you just use the default ringtone?
- Do you maintain a good relationship with your ex?
- What would you feel if your ex moved from overseas to the city where you live in?
- If someone calls you over and over persistently over unimportant matters, what would you do?
- Do you the singer Adelle?
- What do you think of Adelle?