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  • [호주생활속 영어표현]#15.회사가치(들)에 의거한것인가요?

    Education

    안녕하세요 시드니에서 냠냠 김치먹는 캥거루 오지쌤입니다. 오늘은 회사에서 조직문화관련 짧은 세미나(Workplace Conflict Resoultion-회사내 갈등해소)를 하다가 위와 같은 문구(THINK)를 보고 눈에 들어오는 표현이 있어 대망의 15번째의 호주생활영어표현으로 고르게 되었습니다. 그럼 메인표현을 한번 볼까요? 메인표현은 바로 ~in line with 명사~입니다. 위에 사진을 보시면 THINK (생각하다)란 영어단어에서 첫알파벳의 1) T는 Is it true? 즉 '진실한가/진짜인가?'란 말이죠. 두번째는 2) H인데 이것은 Is it Helpful? (도움이 되나요?). 세번째는 3) I인데, Is it in line with our values? 이것은 '저희들의 가치들(회사가치(관)등을)과 긴밀하게 연결되어 있나요/가치들에 의거한것인가요?'라는 의미이고 오늘의 메인표현입니다. 네번째는 4) N인데, Is it necessary? 즉 '이것이 필요한것인가요/필수적인가요?란 의미가 되고요. 다섯번째는 5) K인데, Is it Kind? 즉 '친절한/정중한가요?'란 의미가 될수 있겠지요. 다시 3)번 '~in line with + 명사'로 돌아가보면, 이 표현은 with 뒤에나오는 명사(들)과 '긴밀한 관계가 있는' 혹은 '그것에 준하여/의거하여' 또는 '(생각이나 결과 등이)비슷하거나/같은 수준이다'라는 의미가 됩니다. 예문) It must be done in line with the national policy (국가정책에 따라서/의거해서 행하여져야한다) This project is in line with my profession (이 프로젝트는 나의 직업과 일치합니다/밀접한/긴밀하게 연결되어 있습니다) The company's results are in ilne with stok market expectations (회사의 결과(즉 영업이익 등)는 주식시장의 전망들과 비슷합니다/같은 수준입니다). 어떠신가요? '~in line with +명사'는 간단하지만 생각보다 다양하게 쓸수 있는 표현입니다. 잘숙지하셔서 유용하게 쓰시면 좋을듯합니다. 그럼 오늘도 힘찬 하루 되세요 :) A good one ahead, everyone! By Aussiessam in Sydney, Australia P.S. 그리고 제가 하는 호주 & 영어표현 Podcast링크는 아래와 같습니다. 기본적으로 한국어/영어 동시진행입니다. 영어설명 후에 한국말 설명이 있으니깐 끝까지 들어보시면 좋겠습니다. 그럼 많이 구독하고 들어주시면 감사드려요 :) *구글 플레이스토어나 아이튠즈 앱스토어에서 '팟빵'이라는 앱을 받으시고 구독후에 들으시면 더욱 편리합니다. 팟빵: http://www.podbbang.com/ch/13160 아이튠즈: https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/aussie-ssam-ojissaem-gday/id1198361701 #Australia #aussiessam #sydney #THINK #foodforthought #오지쌤 #호주 #시드니 #생각할것

    $aussiessam . 2019.04.15 09:11

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  • Yummy fruit tart with a flat white :)

    Life

    It was awesome to have this tasty fruit tart over a nice cup of flat white on a lovley Sunday like this. 이처럼 좋은 일요일에 플랫화이트(커피) 한잔과 함께 맛난 과일타르트를 먹으니 좋았어용 :) Enjoy the rest of the day, everyone. 남은 하루도 좋은하루되세용. :D By Aussiessam in Sydney, Australia #aussiessam #sydney #Australia #fruittarts #flatwhite #goodsunday #플랫화이트 #오지쌤 #호주 #시드니 #굿선데이 #과일타르트

    $aussiessam . 2019.04.10 14:02

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  • Yummy McNuggets (24 pieces) for lunch :D

    Food

    These are my yummy McNuggets for lunch, today. 저의 맛난 오늘 점심 맥너겟입니다. A 24 pack of McNuggets only costs AUD 9.95 bewteen 10:30AM and 2:00pm at this McDonald's. 맥너겟 24개가 들어있는 팩하나가 여기 맥도날드에서는 아침 10:30분부터 오후 2시까지 단지 호주달러 9.95이지요. Enjoy your lunch and have a good Friday ahead! 좋은 점심 및 금요일 되세용 :D By Aussiessam in Sydney, Australia #Australia #aussiessam #sydney #mcnuggets #lunch #오지쌤 #호주 #시드니 #맥너겟 #맥도날드 #McDonald's

    $aussiessam . 2019.04.05 13:22

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  • Happy campers again at the park :)

    Life

    While I was on the way home this evening, I could see all these happy campers at the park. 오늘 저녁에 집으로 오는 도중에, 공원에서 이 행복한 이들(반려동물과 그 주인들)을 볼수가 있었습니다. At all times, it feels great to see them enjoying their time together here. 항상 이들이 여기서 시간을 같이 보내는것을 보면 좋습니다. Enjoy the rest of the day, everyone. 남은 하루도 좋은 하루되세요. By Aussiessam in Sydney, Australia #aussiessam #Sydney #Australia #happycampers #오지쌤 #호주 #시드니 #행복한이들 #onthewayhome #집으로가는도중

    $aussiessam . 2019.04.01 17:34

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  • My lovely flat white and a walk in the park:)

    Life

    How was your weekend? 주말은 어떠하셨나요? I had a truly relaxing weekend. 전 아주 느끗한 주말을 보냈습니다. Firstly, I grabbed my lovely flat white from one of my favourite cafes near my place. 우선 집근처에 있는 제가 좋아하는 카페들중 하나에서 사랑스런 플랫화이트 한잔을 픽업했습니다. After that, I took a walk at the Sky Park within my premises for about an hour. 그 후에, 한시간정도 제가 사는곳에 있는 스카이파크에서 산책을 했지요. The weather was awesome as well. Hence, I could fully enjoy my coffee and the sun while talking a walk around here. 날씨도 또한 아주 좋았습니다. 그래서 여기서 산책하는동안에 커피랑 햇빛(태양)을 완전하게 즐길수 있었죠. You have a good one ahead, everyone! 여러분들도 좋은 하루 되세요 :) By Aussiessam in Sydney, Australia #aussiessam #Australia #sydney #skypark #flatwhite #walk #오지쌤 #호주 #시드니 #플랫화이트 #산책 #스카이파크

    $aussiessam . 2019.04.01 12:30

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  • We collaborated with Telstra.

    Education

    Hello, I'm Ozzy the kangaroo who eats Kimchi in Sydney. Today, after a long time, I visited McCafe and had a glass of Flat White. I saw the same phrase as above that I could enjoy the Internet fast. So we decided on the theme of the 14th episode of "The Expression of English in Australian Life." So let's see what kind of expression we have. It sounds very simple today. The key sentences for today are as follows.: We've tested up with Telstra to give you a fast wi-fi experience in our restoration. (We teamed up with Telstra (the largest telecommunications company in Australia like Korea Telecom) to give you a quick Internet experience at our store.) The key expression here is team up with people or company. The meaning is to do something with the person/company behind you. It means "cooperative/cooperative" or "working in teams." As you can see in the expression Team up, Team up is used like Up here. At times, our company needs to team up with SK Telecom for various projects. SAMSUNG won't team up with Apple at all. Do you want to team up with me? Would you like to team up with me?) What do you think? It's an easy but useful expression. So, today's a great day, and I'll come back with some other good expressions. Have a good day on the rest of Wednesday. :D That's it for today and enjoy the rest of your lovely Wednesday, everyone. By Aussiessam in Sydney, Australia P.S. And the Australia & English Podcast Link that I do is By default, it is Korean/English at the same. There's a Korean explanation after the English explanation, so I hope you listen to Thank you for subscribing a lot and listening:) *Get the app 'Podbbang' from the Google Play Store or iTunes App Store and listen to it after you subscribe. Podbread: http://www.podbbang.com/ch/13160 iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/aussie-ssam-ojissaem-gday/id1198361701 #Sydney #aussiesam #Australia #O오지 Australia #Sidney #Australian Life English Express #Oji쌤English Conversation #Teamupwith #Teamupwith #Teamupwith #Teamwork

    $aussiessam . 2019.03.27 14:20

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  • A complete collection of Fresh Stikeez!!!!

    Life

    This is a complete collection of Fresh Stikeez!!!! 이것이 Fresh Stikeez들을 전부 다 모은것입니다. You can collect those Stikeez toys when you spend more than 30 dollars at Coles Supermarket. 콜스 수퍼마켓에서 $30불이상을 쓰면, Stikeez들을 모을수 있지요. It was not easy to complete this mission to collect them all. 전부다 모우는 미션을 마치는것은 쉽지 않았습니다. Then, what's next??? :D 그러면, 다음은 무엇일까용? :) By Aussiessam in Sydney, Australia #aussiessam #stikeez #Australia #life #Sydney #오지쌤 #호주 #스티키즈 #collections #Coles #시드니

    $aussiessam . 2019.03.24 16:47

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  • A Walk in the park and happy campers :D

    Life

    This is Joynton Park near my place. 이것은 저의 집근처에 있는 조인톤파크 입니다. I pass by this park to get home everyday after work. 매일 일마치고 나서 집에 가기위해서 이 공원을 지나가지요. People living nearby and their animal companions come here often to enjoy spending time together. 근처 사는 사람들과 그들의 반려동물들은 함께 시간을 보내기 위해서 종종 여기 오지요 Enjoy the rest of your lovely Wednesday, everyone. 다들 남은 수요일도 좋은 하루 되세요 :) By Aussiessam in Sydney, Australia #happycampers #aussiessam #Australia #joyntonparkzetland #Sydney #오지쌤 #시드니 #호주 #행복한이들 #조인튼공원 #일상

    $aussiessam . 2019.03.20 20:07

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  • Another rainy but lovely Sunday! :D

    Life

    I could see that there were heaps of Bearistas at Starbucks in Westfield Eastgardens. 오늘 웨스트필드 이스트가든에 있는 스타벅스에서 많은 베어리스타들이 (곧 바리스타 인형)있는것을 볼수 있었습니다. Here, I had a cup of flat white with two blueberry bagels for my brekkie, today. 오늘 여기서 플랫화이트한잔이랑 블루베리 베이글 2개를 아침으로 먹었지요 :) As it was raining heavily this morning, there were lots of people visiting this shopping centre as well. 오늘 아침에 비가 심하게 오고 있어서, 또한 센터에 많은 사람들이 방문하였습니다. I hope your lovely Sunday has been great and enjoy the rest of the day. 즐거운 일요일이였기를 바라며, 남은 하루도 즐겁게 보내세요 By Aussiessam in Sydney, Australia #aussiessam #starbucks #Sydney #westfieldeastgardens #rainydays #bearistas #Australia #오지쌤 #호주 #시드니 #베어리스타 #커피 #blueberrybagel #블루베리베이글

    $aussiessam . 2019.03.17 15:23

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  • Yummy Big Mac time :) Bon Appetit!

    Food

    It's Big Mac time, today! 오늘은 빅맥버거 먹는 날입니당 :D It shall be tasty and stick to my ribs for sure. 맛나고 배부르게 영양도 듬뿍일것입니당 :) By the way, it's T.G.I.F (Thank God It's Friday). 그런데 오늘은 TGIF 군요 (즐거운 금요일). Enjoy your lunch and have a wonderful Friday, today. 오늘 점심 맛나게 드시고, 멋진 금요일 되세요 :D By Aussiessam in Sydney, Australia #lunch #Sydney #Australia #bigmac #aussiessam #오지쌤 #빅맥 #호주 #yummy #냠냠 #시드니 #맛나게먹자

    $aussiessam . 2019.03.15 10:02

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  • [Application of English in Australian Life]13. We also provide housing and housing loans!

    Education

    Hello, I'm Ozzy the kangaroo who eats Kimchi in Sydney. Today I took a bus to Sydney's Central Business District (CBD) for a seminar on the maintenance of my license. While waiting for a bus at the bus stop, the advertisement phrase came right into my eyes. Let's take a look at the expressions today. 1) We do houses and home loans. The key expression here is do + something. The meaning is 'do something' followed by 'doing something/doing something/doing something/doing something'. We do homes and home loans. It's a simple expression, but it doesn't come out of your mouth or in writing. It's simpler than I thought. Do + something, and then you put 'well' on the back. This cafe does coffee well. We do nudes well. He does accounting and finance. That company does marketing and TV commercials. 2) It just makes sense. Originally, make sense means 'reasonable/understandable/meaningful', where it makes sense/understands/understands the idiom. I've used a delicious adverb "just" to add the meaning of "preciselyIt just makes sense. It doesn't make sense. He doesn't make any sense. His theory perfectly makes sense. Let's do this today, and then we'll come back with other useful expressions. Then, have a good evening on the rest of Tuesday! Please enjoy the rest of your loveday night, everyone. By Aussiessam in Sydney, Australia P.S. And the Australia & English Podcast Link that I do is By default, it is Korean/English at the same. There's a Korean explanation after the English explanation, so I hope you listen to Thank you for subscribing a lot and listening:) *Get the app 'Podbbang' from the Google Play Store or iTunes App Store and listen to it after you subscribe. Podbread: http://www.podbbang.com/ch/13160 iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/aussie-ssam-ojissaem-gday/id1198361701 #realstate #Sydney #aussisim #Australia #O오지 Australia #Sidney #Australian Life English Express #Oji쌤English Conversation

    $aussiessam . 2019.03.12 20:19

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  • Another lovely weekend with awesome Jazz music!

    Music

    Today, while visiting the shopping centre near my place, this live Jazz music grabbed my attention (particularly, my ears :D). 오늘 집근처 쇼핑센터를 방문하는동안, 이 라이브 재즈음악이 저의 관심을 끌었습니다 (특히 귀가 끌렸죠) It is awesome to stop and smell the roses at times. 때때로 인생에서 이런것을 즐기기 위해서 시간내는것도 좋은듯합니다. I hope you enjoy this Jazz music, too. 여러분들도 이 재즈음악을 즐기시기 바랍니다. By Aussiessam in Sydney, Australia #Australia #jazz #eastvillageshoppingcentre #Sydney #aussiessam #오지쌤 #이스트빌리지쇼핑센터 #호주 #시드니 #재즈음악 #stopandsmelltheroses

    $aussiessam . 2019.03.09 16:12

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  • Please keep the door closed at all the time.

    Education

    Hello, I'm Ozzy the kangaroo who eats Kimchi in Sydney. Today, I brought my house's precious (?) to the Children's Centre (or American spelling) and rice cake in front of the door. I brought it to you from today's everyday English expression. It's simple, and it's useful. Oh, the second picture is the expression "Welcome" in various languages. Because Australia is also a country where multiracial immigrants can understand it. (Of course, the majority are still descendants of British immigrants) There are more languages spoken in Comunati than I thought.) Let's look at the expressions. 1) Please keep the gate closed at all times. It's a form of keep + things/people + adjectives, which means ~ things/people stay adjective. Keep the gate closed. At all times means 'always'. I always use at all times instead of always behind the sentence to make it look smoother and native English. Example) Please keep it simple. That is, keep it simple/suitable) Please Keep the door open Open is a verb, but it is also an adjective that is open. Please keep it cold Please keep him safe. Please keep the gate shut.The past/completion type is shut-shut. Again, it seems like a grammar class in middle and high school. The reason why there's a Childcare center at all times is because it's a place for kids to play, so we want to reduce the risk of outsiders getting in and out by mistake. 2) Pull to open. That's right, pull it open. Pull literally means "pull." Open means open. To open means to open. Pull to open means pull to open, or pull to open...It's a statement that started with verbs:) On the other hand, push to open. So you can push it open. e.g. Pull to close. That is, pull and close) Please push to close. So push and close) Let's do this today, and then we'll come back with other useful expressions. Then have a good day on the next Thursday! Please enjoy the rest of your lovey Thursday, everyone. By Aussiessam in Sydney, Australia P.S. And the Australia & English Podcast Link that I do is By default, it is Korean/English at the same. There's a Korean explanation after the English explanation, so I hope you listen to Thank you for subscribing a lot and listening:) *Get the app 'Podbbang' from the Google Play Store or iTunes App Store and listen to it after you subscribe. Podbread: http://www.podbbang.com/ch/13160 iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/aussie-ssam-ojissaem-gday/id1198361701 #Waranaragoodstart #Australia #Keepptedoorclosedataltim #O쌤 #Australia #Sydney #Australian #Sidney #Australian Life English Expression #Oji쌤English Conversation

    $aussiessam . 2019.03.07 12:53

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  • It is good to be with us.I got it!

    Education

    Hello, I'm Ozzy the kangaroo who eats Kimchi in Sydney. Today, as I was walking by the bus stop yesterday, I saw the phrase of an energy company (AGL) advertisement and piqued up as the 11th subject of the Australian Life English Express. It's not that difficult to say in simple expressions, but it's useful. Let's look at the expressions. 1) We're here to help. We are here to verb.This means that you are here to do the verb part in the back. He is here to help us do this project. 2) 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. That means 24 hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. In short, it's 24/7. Example) Our security guards are here to protect you 24/7. Wow, I think it's a great guy to have these security guys on it. I have to protect myself.Aah!!! 3)It pays to be with AGL (AGL)/Education) It's the main expression of today.It pays to verb. In other words, it means that the verb is helpful/benefit/pay (compensation, etc.). You can use the expression "It is helpful to verb," but if you use it on the top, the feeling is conveyed strongly at once and becomes more native English expression. It pays to send money on advertising. Do you all understand the above expressions? So today we're going to do a Wrap up, and then we're going to come back with some useful expressions. :) Have a good day on the rest of Sunday afternoon:) Enjoy the rest of your love Sunday, everyone! By Aussiessam in Sydney, Australia P.S. And the Australia & English Podcast Link that I do is By default, it is Korean/English at the same. There's a Korean explanation after the English explanation, so I hope you listen to Thank you for subscribing a lot and listening:) *Get the app 'Podbbang' from the Google Play Store or iTunes App Store and listen to it after you subscribe. Podbread: http://www.podbbang.com/ch/13160 iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/aussie-ssam-ojissaem-gday/id1198361701 #aussiesam #Australia #Sydney #Australia #Sydney #Australian Life English Expression #Oji쌤English Conversation #itpays #

    $aussiessam . 2019.03.03 14:15

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  • Avoid contact with water!

    Education

    Hello, I'm Ozzy the kangaroo who eats Kimchi in Sydney. Today is on the notice board from Pond in the Centennial Park in Sydney, where I visited recently. It's a very simple phrase, so it'll be over in no time:) Let's take a look at the expressions! 1) If you look at the picture above, it says "CAUTION."It literally means be careful. 2) Blue-Green Algae may be present in the pond. Blue-Green Algae is a kind of bird that grows inside a pond, and it has toxins, which can cause skin problems, flu infections, vomiting, diarrhea, breathing problems, and so on, which can be fatal to children and their pets. Especially, if you play in the summer and watch it, you should avoid it. Blue-Green Algae May be present~ means to appear here. Which means that there could be a southern bird fluke. May means "may" (not necessarily show up). In the pond means 'in the pond'. Crocodes may be present in the water here. 3) Contact with water should be avoided/i.e., water should be avoided. Contact with~ means contact with water. Avoid means 'avoid/void' in the verb, which can be interpreted as '피해.' Comments about money should be avoided. 4) Please note (note/attention) Note means 'main/caution' in verbs. Please note our new office address. 5) To Protect the Environment, dogs must be on a row with 10 metres of the pond. To protect the environment. It's called negative verb To + circular verb. On leash means a dog's back is hanging from a string. Within 10 metres of the pond. Weithin is right there.It means 'within'. You should not smoke with 4 metres from entry or exit. Now, do you understand the above expressions? Well, let's stop today, and I'll come back with some useful expressions next time. :) Enjoy the rest of the day, everyone. By Aussiessam in Sydney, Australia P.S. And the Australia & English Podcast Link that I do is By default, it is Korean/English at the same. There's a Korean explanation after the English explanation, so I hope you listen to Thank you for subscribing a lot and listening:) *Get the app 'Podbbang' from the Google Play Store or iTunes App Store and listen to it after you subscribe. Podbread: http://www.podbbang.com/ch/13160 iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/aussie-ssam-ojissaem-gday/id1198361701 #centennial parksysydney #aussiesam #caution #Australia #Sydney #O오지 #Australia #Sydney #Australia #Bluegreengalgage #Australia #Bluegreen algae #Australian English expression English Conversation with Ozzy

    $aussiessam . 2019.03.01 00:18

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  • [9.Don't leave values in your car!

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    Hello, I'm Ozzy the kangaroo who eats Kimchi in Sydney. We went to Central Business District (CBD) in downtown Sydney to have a look at people after a long time. As expected, the CBD area in downtown Sydney was very difficult to park. "Where is a will, there is a way?" I managed to park it. And I started that day with the third picture, World Square. Let's find out the English words and expressions of today's life in Australia. As I mentioned above, I picked up the sentences when I found a difficult position in the parking lot. (1) STOP themft - (first picture) literally means 'stop the theft'. A stop can be interpreted as a verb to stop/stop/block/block, etc. And 'theft' means theft. You can use stop lights to make a lot of examples. For example, stop making. Stop the car. Let's stop serious crimes in the city. (2) Don't leave valuables in your car. Leave means "leave away" with verbs, but here it means "remain." Valuables means valuable items such as small jewelry. It's a word from the adjective value. Don't leave your pets in your car. Don't leave your personal belongings unattended in the library. (3)Please pay at autopay machines before processing to your vehicle. Pay at Autopay machines. Here, Autopay + machines. So it's an automatic payment machine. For example, please pay at the counter. Please pay at the front gate. Before serving to your vehicle. It is often used after beforth in verb +ing, meaning 'before the verb is done'. Proceed means '(continue) to move forward/progress'. There's a 'to' in the back, and the 'proceed to' means 'going forward/earlier'. Also possible is before processing to your Vehicle or before you provided to your Vehicle. Your vehicle -- it's called your vehicle, and it's more widely used here than car. For example, please supplied to the help desk for questions. Please supplied to the counter for any payment-counting. I was going to make it simple today, but when I wrote it, it became longer than I thought. Let's do some useful things in the next post and come back. Have fun on the rest of Wednesday. Enjoy the rest of the day, everyone. By Aussiessam in Sydney, Australia P.S. And the Australia & English Podcast Link that I do is By default, it is Korean/English at the same. There's a Korean explanation after the English explanation, so I hope you listen to Thank you for subscribing a lot and listening:) *Get the app 'Podbbang' from the Google Play Store or iTunes App Store and listen to it after you subscribe. Podbread: http://www.podbbang.com/ch/13160 iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/aussie-ssam-ojissaem-gday/id1198361701 #Theft #Australia #Carpark #worldquaresydney #aussiesam #Sydney #Sydney #Ozio life English representation #Oji #Oji #English Conversation #Down #World Square Garden

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  • Use hand sanitizer provided for entry and exit.

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    Hello, I'm Ozzyot, a kangaroo who eats Kimchi in Sydney, Australia. Today, I'm going to talk about the expressions I got from the Jungle Buddies, which I just went out with friends and children. In Australia, as you can see in the picture above, many parents take their children and come and play at these amusement centers, which Some parents call them Kids' Cafe. I visit many places on the weekend because the weather is bad and I don't have a birthday party at home. It's a good place for kids to play and party. Let's see what the expressions of today are. (As the second picture shows the expressions.) For the health and hygiene of all customers and employees. Here you can start with 'For' when you start the sentence. For our success in this business, we need to hire good people. Health means health, and Hygiene talks about hygiene. Consumers are Customer's plural form (that's why s comes in the back), Staff is employee, both plural and singular are Staff. And normally, there's no "a/an" in front of Staff, but it's possible when it comes to other nouns, like a staff member. (2) Please use the hand sanitizer supplied during entry and exit of Jungle Buddies. If you want to use something here, you can say "Please use something." Usually, when you put a release in front of a sentence, it becomes a polite and unpleasant sentence. Hand Sanitiser is a hand sanitizer. Of course, it doesn't matter if both s and z are alternately used, but each English-speaking country usually follows its own spelling rules. Example) Realize (US) vs Realize (Australia/British) Organize (US) vs Organize (Australia/British) Provided up front entry and exit of Jungle Buddies means 'provided/provided'. The hand sanitizer in front of you is a hand sanitizer. What is it? It's a hand sanitizer. As in Hand Sanitiser (what/what is provided), that/what is usually omitted and used as Hand Sanitiser provided. Upon entry and exit of place--'Position and exit,' which usually means 'upon approach' and 'on' instead of 'upon'. You need to check-in right away on your arrival. Please take your trash upon exit of this place. (3) Keeping hands clean is one of the most important things we can do to stop the spread of gases and stay healthy.' It's a long sentence, but it's actually a very useful sentence. At first, keeping your hands clean is the same noun that made the verb noun. So this is what came as a subject. It can be used like Keeping the Kitchen Clean. One of the most important things we can do to stop. This is the 'One of the most important things (what) we can do to + verb' sentence. You can use the verb to change the meaning by adding the verb you want to use. Between things and we that is omitted. One of the most important things we can do to save money. One of the most important things we can do to stop sexual abuse. I was going to finish writing in Tea Break today, but I got a lot of expressions and explanations all week. :P Let's do some useful things in the next post and come back. Have a good day for the rest of the day. Enjoy the rest of the day, everyone. Kind regards, Aussiessam in Sydney, Australia P.S. My Australia & English Podcast Link is shown below. By default, it is Korean/English at the same. There's a Korean explanation after the English explanation, so I hope you listen to Thank you for subscribing a lot and listening:) *Get the app 'Podbbang' from the Google Play Store or iTunes App Store and listen to it after you subscribe. Podbread: http://www.podbbang.com/ch/13160 iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/aussie-ssam-ojissaem-gday/id1198361701 #aussiessam #juglebuddies #Australia #whashyands #Sydney #Australian Life English Expression #Australian #Sydney #English Conversation #Junglberdies Kieska #Horny #

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  • How much do you love your vehicle?

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    Hello, I'm Ozzy the kangaroo who eats Kimchi in Sydney. I'm going to add oil to my aime a few days ago. There's a funny expression on the gas station. I'm going to share it with you during the last part of "tea break." We're lucky to have the company offer the car/oil card for free, so we'll fill it in at the Caltex gas station below. Are you proud? ~:P? And normally in Australia/U.K., gas stations are often referred to as petrol stations or service stations. There's usually a gas pump and a small (?) shop next to it. But in American English, it is called a gas station. It would be nice to know the difference between U.S. v Australia/Britain. :) Let's look at the main expressions of today. If you look at the image of the gas station above, there are the following expressions:: How much do you love your car?So you're asking a question that could be provocative? And it says E10/Vortex 95/Vortex 98. This is the grade of oil (based on unleaded oil) (used in Caltech). The lowest E10 is the cheapest, and the Vortex 98 is the most expensive. Good, Better, Best. You ask how much you love your vehicle, and then you grade the oil and you put in a statement that matches each other. (2) Head over heels -"Fullly in love" - So it's a powerful edium. In addition, it literally means "head over heels" or "aircrafted." He's excited enough to get over a somersault. It's usually written on the back like 'Head over heels in love with people.' Jenny is head over heels in love with Jack. So if you're really in love with your car, you're encouraging me to refuel the most expensive Vortex 98. It's a marketing strategy. Heo Heo-heo (3) Bit of a crush. In front of you, a crush means an antipathy. This is from Have a crush or a bit of a crush on a person. You can use a case on instead of a crush. Jack has had a crush on his English tutor for years. For years. Now, if you're in love with the head over heels, you're pressuring me to use Vortex 95. And by the way, if I put in something too expensive, I see the company's eye, so I put in Vortex 95. ᄒᄒ) (4) Close friends - literally 'close friends'. But I want you to use E10. It's still good. For a friend, I think it means that he should write a quality that is as good. Do you usually do that? Now, if you sort it out again, the intensity of the meaning is like head over heels. So, if you love someone, the head over heels is the right thing to say I think we're dealing with enough funnary expressions today. Next time, I'll come back with some useful expressions. Enjoy the rest of the day:) A good one head, everyone! By Aussiessam in Sydney, Australia P.S. My Australia & English Podcast Link is shown below. By default, it is Korean/English at the same. There's a Korean explanation after the English explanation, so I hope you listen to Thank you for subscribing a lot and listening:) *Get the app 'Podbbang' from the Google Play Store or iTunes App Store and listen to it after you subscribe. Podbread: http://www.podbbang.com/ch/13160 iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/aussie-ssam-ojissaem-gday/id1198361701 #Caltexasustralia #Sydney #Howmuchdoyouloveourcar #Aussiessam #Australia #Original life English expression #Australia #Sydney #English conversation #Petrol oil #

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  • 30% sale in Australia Store-wide application/smoking risk 2x increase

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    Hello, I'm Ozzy the kangaroo who eats Kimchi in Sydney. Today we're going to take a look at the English words I found in front of a store in my neighborhood called Supa Centa (see first picture) and the expressions on my friend's cigarette pack that smokes like the last straw. :) Originally, it should be Super Centre, but it seems to have become Supa Centre. Let's take a look at the first English phrase. (Refer to the second photo) (1) Members Exclusive in small letters. In large letters, 30% OFF. Storewide. -Members Exclusive means Membership and Exclusive means Exclusive/Private It's limited to members. That's why the study's exclusive. It can be used to mean. I think it's a useful expression. -30% OFF literally means 30% discount. 30% off from the price. from now on You can use off to subtract 30% from. -Storewide means 'applicable to all stores or all items'. The application here is ~Wide before the Nation. If you put it on, it means "national." (it." (D) (See picture 3 below) And it's a very small print in the middle. This is what we're seeing on sale. Excluded from the sale, discount applies to items sold at only regular prices. I want to emphasize that it is like Korea or Australia that write it in big letters. And at the bottom, the Free to Join...Feel free to sign up. Where do you want me to join? Membership (members) I mean sign up. And, in a way, it's on sale, so you can come anytime... Heo He Second, as an appendix, I saw the following phrase in the cigarette case of a friend I met after a long time at Supa Senta (see picture 4). Smoking doubles your risk of stroke. Smoking means smoking. Also, she smokes cigarettes everyday. It is also called Smoke Cigarettes. -double means 'double/double' as a verb. Familiarize yourself with the fact that you can use double as well. Leave it alone. And here in double(s) we have s as the subject is the third person, singular, and present type. (Everyone will learn grammar and be familiar with it~) Eating too much burgers can double your risk of obesity. Double the hum.) Your risk of stroke is literally your stroke risk. As a pattern of your risk of something, You can use various kinds of things by putting in some places such as cities/cancer/haer loss/heart protocols. Now, I think we've dealt with enough expressions today, so I'm going to come back with useful expressions that are useful in the next time. Have a good day on the rest of Sunday~ :) Enjoy the rest of your love Sunday, everyone! By Aussiessam in Sydney, Australia P.S. My Australia & English Podcast Link is shown below. By default, it is Korean/English at the same. There's a Korean explanation after the English explanation, so I hope you listen to Thank you for subscribing a lot and listening:) *Get the app 'Podbbang' from the Google Play Store or iTunes App Store and listen to it after you subscribe. Podbread: http://www.podbbang.com/ch/13160 iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/aussie-ssam-ojissaem-gday/id1198361701 #Australia #Sydney #aussiesessam #supacentamorepark #Ojisanal English Express #Australian #Sydney #English Conversation #Supersentamour Park #brainse

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  • [English Expressions in Australia]#5. Snap Seal (Tack/Skick, Easy Bong In)

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    Hello, I'm a kangaroo who eats Kimchi in Sydney today. Today I'm going to take a look at the expressions from one of the things I bought at Coles, one of the big supermarkets in Australia where I do most of the Grocery shopping. The 4th and 5th pictures above are supermarkets that form Woolworths and Bactrian walls. And in Australia, Woolworths is called Woolies, so be aware of that. I have more Coles because I'm close to Coles:D So I bought some groceries at Coles a while ago, and I bought the items below to store fruits and nuts, or to use them for various purposes, if necessary. It's none other than 'Snap Seal' (product name). Many Koreans call it Sandwich Bag, which is easy to open and close, or Zipper Bag, which is basically Resalable Bag. Let's take a look at the words and expressions in the box. (1) Words and expressions from the front of the box (see above) (Photo 1) -Snap Seal -This is a commodity name. Snap Seal means 'clicking/tapping/tapping easily sealed'. -Snap means to snap/break/break with verbs, and to make such sounds and move quickly. -Snap means clapping as a noun and eating cold porridge as it's a snap. -Seal means that the verb is sealed/closed. It's a seal. It's a secret. -So 'Snap Seal' can mean 'bag' that is easily sealed while making a noise. -Resalable Bags, as described above, means Bags that can be opened and closed again. Seals in freshness means 'keep fresh'. Seal something in/or something in the verb, which means that the quality of something is sealed and maintained. It sales in freshness. Fry the meat quickly in hot oil to keep the flavor or juices from escaping. See picture number two below. -Freezer safety means it's safe to put in the freezer. -Microwave safety means it's safe to put in a microwave. -BPA free (not in the box but in the bag as shown below) stands for bisphenol A (non-phenol A- synthetic water support), which means there is no bisphenol A. (2) words and expressions from the back of the box (see the third lower picture and square section): Attention (cautions, things to keep watching and doing) To avoid the risk of suffocation, keep bag away from children and pets. where danger of suffocation refers to the 'risk of suffocation' and is the noun of the verb Suffocate. Avoid is a verb that means to avoid something. Originally, the danger or a danger of ~This is how the grammar works, but the product manual or package often omits (a/an/the) lettering due to its limited or characteristic. Keep something from. You can actually suffocate if a very young or pet is accidentally turned upside down. So if you have babies or pet animals at home, you should be familiar with what you do from them. Caution (i.e., if you are careful, the product involved can be ruined or hurt by it) Not suitable for use in conventional ovens. ' 적합한 은' means '/ / 위 '.' In Conventional opens. Do not apply too much pressure to the bag moving open as this may lead to the bag learning/splitting- Do not apply too much rapid pressure (pressing pressure) when opening (while opening) the bag, as it may cause burst or split. Apply too much rapid pressure to the bag. It's called apply sunscreen. :) During opening as this may lead to the bag training/splitting. The turning opening becomes the opening. And then as comes from here because like because. And it means that Bag may lead to something that gets burnt or cracked. So it's interpreted as, "It may explode or cause a split during the opening." First of all, I think I've learned enough expressions and words today:) Then I hope you enjoy the rest of the Saturday while promising to end with some fun (?) and useful (?) expressions in the next posting. :) Enjoy the rest of the day, today! By Aussiessam in Sydney, Australia P.S. My Australia & English Podcast Link is shown below. By default, English/Korean is the simultaneous progression. At first, there's an explanation of Korean in English. So please listen to it. Thank you for subscribing a lot and listening:) *Get the app 'Podbbang' from the Google Play Store or iTunes App Store and listen to it after you subscribe. Podbread: http://www.podbbang.com/ch/13160 iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/au/podcast/aussie-ssam-ojissaem-gday/id1198361701 #snapseal #aussiesessam #Australia #Sydney #Snap씰 life English #Austral life representation #Austral #Sydney #English Convers

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  • [Application of English in Australian life]#4.Please beware of the birds (new care!!)

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    Hello, I'm Ozzy the kangaroo who eats Kimchi in Sydney. And I'm writing in the middle of the night. These are the phrases I'm going to talk to you about on the table at Cafe in the Art Gallery of NSW, where I just visited to see a masterpiece of medieval France called The Lady and the Unicorn. Sydney is located in NSW (New South Wales). I don't come often to see art and stuff, but I like fantasy like unicorn, so I have good weather and have time to visit. The following words came to my eyes at the cafe's table in the art museum, which I thought was hard to look back and heard because I was missing coffee (third photo opnidang). The words "Please beware of the birds and do not feed them" and a picture of a bird lying down full. I've eaten a lot and I'm about to get stuffed. (1) Please watch out for the birds Here, Beware is the key word. Usually, it is used with a preposition of ~, such as ~ware of~, which means ~ be careful. It's a phrase that we use a lot to warn listeners to be careful about something. It's a phrase that can be used a lot as below.: -Beware of the dog blind dog (dog) -Beware of glass -Beware of the Birds Saddle- -Beware of under-cooked food when staying in hot countries. (2)Do not feed them (here are birds) Feed means 'feed/live people' or 'feed animals'. Jack has a large family to feed. Please do not forget to feed the cat. When I went to the museum, I drank coffee at a cafe. The expression above was a day that was not bad at all. Then I promise you to come up with some fun and useful expressions about Australia next time, and have a good day for the rest of Friday:) A good Friday ahead, everyone! By Aussiessam in Sydney, Australia P.S. My Australia & English Podcast Link is shown below. By default, English/Korean is the simultaneous progression. At first, there's an explanation of Korean in English. So please listen to it. Thank you for subscribing a lot and listening to it:) Especially after you receive the app "Podbbang," it's more convenient to listen to. Podbread: http://www.podbbang.com/ch/13160 #aussiessam #sydney #bewaresofthebirds #Australia #artalleryoffnsw #O쌤 Life English Express #Australia #Sydney #English Conversation

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  • [All Waste.Bin it & we'll sort it

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    Hello, I'm Ozzyot, a Sydney kangaroo who eats Kimchi. (For reading while handing over the picture):) I thought the summer was over, but I was careless. Sydney was too hot to stay home. So I went to the Sydney Olympic Park Aquatic Centre to drive. So a lot of people who had been avoiding the heat as expected were playing in the water. As you can see in the picture above, there are waterslide and other things that are good for families, especially children, to play. Children are crazy and crazy. Of course, there are places where adults can enjoy swimming quietly. Today, I was in a much more noisy center because I was doing Another thing I noticed while eating lunch was Bin. In the second article, there's a story about Bin. This is Bin again, huh? As shown in the second picture above, it and we'll sort it. As you can see here, the good expressions are as follows:: All kinds of garbage. (2) Bin it- As I mentioned before, 'Put it in the trash can'. (3) We'll sort it. It means that the verb "Sort" is classified and divided. I receive many/lots of/a lot of emails every day. So I want you to know that the verb "Sort" is the key. (4)And finally, Bin described it as inserting another kind of garbage in four circles. -Plastic is Plastic. -Carbon boxes or paper are Cartons/papers -Bottles/cans for bottles and cans Food scraps and leftovers are food scraps. Especially, the last food leftover is called food scraps, so be careful. Then, I promise you to come up with some fun and useful expressions about Australia next time, and have a good time for the rest of the day:) Enjoy the rest of the day, everyone. By Aussiessam in Sydney, Australia P.S. My Australia & English Podcast Link is shown below. By default, English/Korean is the simultaneous progression. At first, there's an explanation of Korean in English. So please listen to it. Thank you for subscribing a lot and listening to it:) Especially after you receive the app "Podbbang," it's more convenient to listen to. Podbread: http://www.podbbang.com/ch/13160 #bin #aussiesessam #Sydney #Australia #Oustralia #Twimmingpool #English Expressions #Englishexpressions

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  • [Bag it and bin it!]

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    Hello, I'm Ozzy the kangaroo who eats Kimchi in Sydney. Today, among the street signs you can see while walking, let's look at one of the dog or pet pop signs that you need to watch carefully. It's none other than Bag it. Bin it. This sign was taken while I was hanging around in the park near my house. :D There are so many Chinese these days that it's written in Chinese, huh? Bag it means wrap your pet's song in a plastic bag or something. Bag is a verb called wrapping plastic bags or something like that. Bin it means "buck away" and not just "throw away" but put it in a trash can. BIN MOVISA means "to throw away There are also fines and other writings. (1) Don't risk getting an on-the-spot fine of up to $300. Don't risk a maximum of $300 on-site. -Risk takes risks with verbs. -on-the-spot means on the spot/on-site/immediately. -Fine means a fine. I'm not saying fine in I'am fine and thank you:) -up to the amount. -up to the maximum. (2) Dog waste can spread effective diases and parases and polare our waterways. Dog waste (i.e., feces, etc.) can spread/spread infectious diseases and parasites and pollute waterways. Spread means spreading something. -Infectious means infectious/infectious, and the Disase is a disease that combines into an infectious disease, Infective Disase. -Pollute means polluting/dirty with verbs. -Waterway means waterways. One small sign, like the one above, can have many different words and expressions. If you live in a foreign country (especially in English), if you look carefully, you can learn many things. I'll come back with some good expressions next time. :) Enjoy the rest of the day, everyone! By Aussiessam in Sydney, Australia P.S. My Australia & English Podcast Link is shown below. Thank you for subscribing a lot and listening to it:) Especially after receiving the app 'Podbbang', it's more convenient to listen to. Podbread: http://www.podbbang.com/ch/13160 #bagitbinit #pets #aussisim #Australia #sydney #petpoo #Original Life English #English Expression #Australia #Sydney

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  • [ English expression in Australian life냠냠 Bananas (Vanana)

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    G'day all, Hello, I'm Ozzy from Sydney. I recently signed up to post life/food/location etc. in Australia, but now I am raising my English study for the first time. I am going to post many articles related to Australia and English. First of all, I thought of expression related to banana and fruit, so I started to write like this. I just opened the refrigerator and I stopped by the woolworths near my house and did some Grocery shopping. I especially like bananas. Now, the summer is almost over here in Sydney, but the weather is still hot and humid, so if you buy fruits like bananas, they'll soon ripen and get damp. So I buy bananas and leave them in a fruit basket for a few days, and sometimes they get damp and throw them away.So last Saturday I bought the last green-skinned banana that I could eat in a fruit basket for a little while. If you look at the picture below and see the picture that says, "Left Eat later," it's not a yellow banana, it's a green banana. The green one is not ripe yet, so you can put it in a fruit basket and eat it after it is cooked more yellow. In English, it means 'Ripen in a Fruit Bowl,' or 'cooking in a basket/basket.' On the other hand, Eat Now on the right is a banana that you can enjoy right now. So if you buy it, you eat it as soon as you can, and you don't throw it away because it's damp in the weather. In English, 'Ripe & Ready to enjoy' means 'Ripe & Ready to eat'. If you come to Australia to study/immigrate or to a working holiday, you can see more expressions that help you study English than you think. I'm going to post it on PUBLYTO whenever there's one like this. If you live in Australia or other English-speaking countries now, look around a little and you will find these things easily. I was a kimchi-eating kangaroo who loves bananas. Have a good day for the rest of the day. By Aussiessam in Sydney, Australia #banas #ripe #Australia #Sydney #Aussisam #Australia #Original #Sydney #Australia #Effective #Effective #Easy쌤

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  • Trivial pursuit- the world of Dinosaurs :)

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    This is an awesome trivial pursuit game that everyone can enjoy together. 누구나 같이 즐길수 있는 트리비얼(간단한) 퀴즈맞추기 게임입니다. In particular, it contains 600 questions about Dinosaurs. 특히 공룡들에대한 600가지의 질문들이 포함되어 있지요. Do you think you know about Dinosaurs? 공룡들에 대해서 알고 있다고 생각하시나요? This is your chance to prove that you are an expert with this fiendishly tricky trivial pursuit game. 극도로 헷갈리는 트리비얼 퀴츠게임의 전문가라는것을 증명할 기회지요 :) A good one ahead! 좋은 하루 되세요 By Aussiessam in Sydney, Australia #aussiessam #Sydney #australia #trivialpursuit #dinosaurs #오지쌤 #시드니 #호주 #트리비얼퀴즈 #공룡

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  • A lovely day at Martin Place!

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    A lovely day at Martin Place in Sydney, Australia! 호주시드니 시티내의 마틴플레이스에서의 좋은하루입니다! People -workers and visitors alike- can have lunch, coffees an etc sitting on one of those chairs here. 방문자들이나 직장인들이 점심이나 커피등등을 여기의 의자에 앉아서 즐길수가 있지요. The last photo up there was taken by myself from the office in the city looking down on the ground at Martin Place. 마지막 사진은 제가 시내사무실에서 마틴플레이스 내려다보면서 찍은 사진입니다. Enjoy the rest of your lovely Sunday. 남은 일요일도 좋은시간되세요 :) By Aussiessam in Sydney, Australia #aussiessam #martinplacesydney #lovelyday #Australia #Sydney #호주 #시드니 #오지쌤 #마틴플레이스 #광장 #square

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  • Lovely mates at Bunnings Warehouse :)

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    Wow! Look at those lovely fellows here at Bunnings Warehouse (Hardware shop). They look real, indeed :) 우아! 여기 버닝스웨어하우스(하드웨어샵)에 있는 귀여운 녀석들을 보세요. 정말 진짜처럼 보여요!!!! Wanna get them all? 전부 가지고 싶으세요??? By Aussiessam in Sydney, Australia #bunningswarehouse #aussiessam #wombat #Sydney #Australia #koala #kangaroo #오지쌤 #호주 #시드니 #코알라 #캥거루 #움벳 #버닝스웨어하우스

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  • A lovely day with a BBQ at Centennial Park!!

    Life

    My family and I had a BBQ at Centennial Park last month. 저랑 가족들이 저번달에 센테니얼공원에서 바베큐를 했습니다. It was hot, but quite pleasant there. 더웠지만 기분은 아주 좋았습니다. As you can see in the photos, there were many other people enjoying this lovely day at the park, too. 사진들에서 볼수 있듯이, 또한 많은 다른사람들도 이좋은날을 즐기면서 공원에 있었지요. By Aussiessam in Sydney, Australia #bbq #sydney #australia #aussiessam #centennialpark #오지쌤 #시드니 #호주 #센테니얼파트 #바베큐

    $aussiessam . 2019.02.12 13:30

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  • The New Aussie $50 banknote and a coffee :)

    Economics

    This is the new Aussie $50 banknote, which was released into general circulation on 18 October 2018. 이것이 2018년 10월 18일에 발행되서 시중에 풀린 새로운 호주 50불 지폐입니다. The gentleman on one side of the banknote is David Unaipon, an inventor and Australia's first published Aboriginal Author. 한쪽에 나온 신사는 발명가이자 에보리진 원주민 출신으로는 처음으로 출판을 한 작가이기도한 David Unaipon입니다. The lady on the other side is Edith Cowan, who is best remembered as the first female member of an Australian Parliament. 다른쪽에 나오는 여성분은 호주국회에서 최초의 여성멤버로 잘 알려진 Edith Cowan입니다. And I enjoyed my lovely flat white while taking photos of the new Aussie $50 banknote. 그리고 새로나온 호주50불지폐사진을 찍으면서 flat white도 냠냠 즐겼습니다. A good Monday ahead, everyone! 다들 좋은 월요일 되세요. By Aussiessam in Sydney, Australia #coffee #aussiessam #Australia #aussiebanknotes #newaussie50dollarbanknote #새로운호주50달러지폐 #오지쌤 #호주 #시드니 #flatwhite #플랫화이트

    $aussiessam . 2019.02.11 08:43

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  • Cute little ballerinas! :D

    Life

    Look at those little ballerinas!!! Aren't they adorable? 귀여운 리틀발레리나들을 보세용. 사랑스럽지 않나용? In addition, you can see a lady playing the cello at the backyard. :) 또한 뒷마당에서 챌로를 연주하는 아가씨도 볼수 있어용 :D By Aussiessam in Sydney, Australia #littleballerinas #Sydney #Australia #ballet #aussiessam #ballerinas #cellolady #오지쌤 #호주 #시드니 #챌로연주자

    $aussiessam . 2019.02.09 15:44

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