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Animals

1.  What’s your favourite animal?



to cheer someone up: 응원하다
to crave something:
~을 원하다, 갈구하다



2. Is it common to have pets in your country?



to raise/keep a pet: 애완동물을 기르다



3. What kinds of animal make typical pets?



to be good company: 좋은 동반자가 되다
to be affectionate:
애정을 쏟다
to be low-maintenance:
기르는데 많은 노력이 들지 않다 (관리하기가 수월하다)



4. Do you have a pet?



to be busy doing…:~하느라 바쁘다
to be too busy to do…:
~하기에 너무 바쁘다



5. Did you have a pet as a child?



to be fluffy: 털이 복슬복슬하다



6. What wild animals are there in your country?



a wild boar: 야생 멧돼지                                                                           
a vole:
들쥐
a lynx:
스라소니
a badger:
오소리
a shrew:
뾰족뒤 쥐



7. What is the attitude of people towards animals in your country?



In terms of…:~의 측면에                                                                                                                           
vermin:
해를 입히는 야생동물
a stray animal:
길잃은 외로운 동물                                                                                        
a pigeon:
비둘기
I reckon…:
나는 ~라고 생각한다                                                                                                      
to be accustomed to:
~에 익숙하다



8. What do people use animals for in your country?







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Animals


1. What’s your favourite animal?

OK… I’d have to say that dogs are my favourite animal ‘cos they’re extremely friendly. Unlike cats, they just crave affection, and they’re really good at cheering you up.


2. Is it common to have pets in your country?

Erm… it’s not that common, no, although I think it’s getting more and more popular. People don’t really have the space or the time to raise pets these days.


3. What kinds of animal make typical pets?

Right… I guess dogs and cats are the most obvious choices for people nowadays. Dogs are good company and really affectionate, and cats are low-maintenance, I mean it doesn’t take much effort to raise them.


4. Do you have a pet?

Er, actually, I don’t have a pet at the moment. I’m pretty busy studying for the IELTS exam, so I don’t think I have time. Maybe in the future… I’d quite like a dog.


5. Did you have a pet as a child?

Yeah, I did. I used to have a hamster whose name was Rocky. He was small, reddish-brown, and fluffy. Erm… He escaped from his cage one day and we never saw him again!


6. What wild animals are there in your country?

I’m not really sure, but I’ve heard that there’re some wild boars, bears and lynxes… There might even be tigers! … And I suppose there are less interesting animals like rats, mice, deer, foxes – things like that.


7.What is the attitude of people towards animals in your country?

OK… In terms of pets, I reckon people used to be more afraid of animals like dogs and cats, especially stray ones, but nowadays people are more accustomed to those sorts of animal. I guess we don’t like vermin like rats and pigeons.



8. What do people use animals for in your country?

Well… I suppose people use animals for pets, like dogs and cats… And… We use some animals for food, especially cows and pigs. I heard Korean pork is pretty famous for being delicious.






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