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It's An Idiom 교재 이미지

관용표현(idiom, fixed expression,phrasal verb )이란 두 개 이상의 단어로 이루어져 있으면서 그 단어들의 의미만으로는 전체의 의미를 알 수 없는, 특수한 의미를 나타내는 어구를 나타내는 것으로써 영어를 배우고자 하는 사람들이 반드시 알아야 할 관용표현만을 엄선하여 민트영어가 야심차게 자체 개발한 교재이다. 특히 스토리식 예문을 함께 실어서 실생활에서 이러한 관용표현이 어떻게 쓰이는 지를 알기 쉽게 풀어 놓았다.

보다 자세한 내용은 영어로 된 아래의 문장을 읽어 보도록 하자 *^^*
참고로 아래의 내용 정도는 영어사전 찾아보며 스스로 해석 가능한 사람들에게 추천하는 교재이다. (민트영어 레벨 테스트 3 이상 추천)

  • What is an Idiom?

    An Idiom is a group of words that has a meaning different from the meaning of its individual parts. In the example below, you probably know each word, but you still may not understand the meaning of the expression. This is called idiomatic expression.
    Jade took off after class before the principal showed up.
    Take/took off means leave (by car, on foot, by plane) and show up means appear.

  • What is a fixed expression?

    All of a sudden, neither here nor there, and before you know it are fixed expressions. It’s a phrase that can’t be expressed any other way. They are a collection of words with individual meaning that really have nothing to do with one another.

  • What is a phrasal verb?

    A phrasal verb is a verb combined by a particle such as in, at, on, for etc. The combination usually creates a meaning different from the original verb. Ran into, ask around, and eat out are phrasal verbs.

  • 영어스피킹이 쬐끔 돼서 외국인만 보면 입이 근질근질 하는 민트영어 레벨 3이상의 학생들에게 추천
  • To the Student

    In almost any conversation you hear, articles you read, and movies you watch, idioms are part of the English language.
    These are expressions fill Every day English.
    Learning words alone is not enough.
    In English, when words are used together with other words, the meaning become different.
    In order for you to enjoy learning everyday idiomatic expressions, we put them in short stories. Remember, when you learn and study vocabulary, it is not enough to know the meaning of individual words. Words put together creating a different meaning become a unit.
    In this book, you will find idioms, fixed expressions, and phrasal verbs.


The steps to learning the idioms in MINT05 are as follows:
민트영어에서 이 책을 배우는 과정은 다음과 같다.

Preparing for class (예습)
  • Read the story silently and quickly to get the main idea.오늘 배울 스토리의 요지를 이해하기 위해 조용하고 빠르게 읽어라.
  • Study the idioms.교재를 통해 오늘 배울 이디엄들을 공부하라.
  • Listen to the story through the mp3 so you can get used to the story.오늘 배울 내용이 익숙하게 들릴 때까지 mp3 파일을 듣고 또 들어라.
In class (본 수업)
  • Make sentences using the idioms.전화영어 또는 화상영어 수업시간에 오늘 예습한 이디엄을 이용하여 문장을 만들고,
  • Tell the story using the idioms.스토리를 만들어라.
  • Talk about the story and about yourself using the idioms
  • memorize a correction.문법적으로 틀린 문장을 교정 받아서 받아쓰기 하고, 교정 받은 문장을 외워서 이디엄을 완벽하게 내 것으로 만든다.
  • Take part in events for DICTATION or BRAINWASH in MINT05.민트영어의 얼굴철판딕테이션이나 브레인워시 이벤트에 참여하면 그야말로 금상첨화!
  • To the Teacher (민트선생님들에게)

    It’s an Idiom is written so that students can be exposed to high frequency idioms, two-word verbs, and fixed expressions in the context of memorable stories in the beginning level, intermediate level, and advanced level.

    It is suggested that the approach you take must integrate all the four skills of listening, reading, speaking and writing. Activities you should create must be sequenced so that the input precedes the output. You may ask your student to read it first quickly and listening to the mp3 file as a homework or you can opt to have it done in class. It is through this repeated LISTENING that students guess about the new expressions and develop a feel for their use. Students can then READ the story - this will reinforce further any hypotheses they have formed while listening. After the listening and reading input, they are ready to produce the idioms in speaking (example, sentence construction and completing the sentence) and even writing (for example, students take a dictation or students write about themselves).

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