안녕하세요 미드영어회화 전문 다영팩입니다. 다영팩은 How I met your mother와 같은 미드로 기초 영어회화는 물론 The Office나 Suits에서 직장인을 위한 고급 비즈니스 직장인 영어회화클래스도 운영하고 있습니다. TED나 다양한 영어기사를 통해 원어민 선생님과 소규모 수업을 진행하려면 아래 링크를 눌러주세요!
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오늘은 사업상 잘 쓰면 좋은 영어 표현을 하나 가져왔어요! 백지나, 책장이야 와 같은 영어 표현입니다.오늘 영어 표현의 영상출처는 아래에 있습니다.
실리콘밸리에 있는 삼성 본사를 찾은 월스트리트저널. 오픈된 사무실에 대해 이야기를 나누면서 영상 말미에 다른 회사들도 이런 디자인을 따라 하나요? 또다른질문에그렇게해야한다고대답을합니다.이 업계에서 앞서고 싶다면요. 여기에서 오늘 배울 표현이 나옵니다!
Do you think other companies in Silicon Valley, other tech firms, will create spacesthat are more likethis? – I think they’re gonna have to because the younger, say, creative talent the the se companies are tare tare tare tare tare tare tare tare tare tare tare tare tare tare tare tare I think companies will, if the yonna so contrase tres etare days, 실리콘 companise tare days etrade infe days, Lete day기술회사도 회사의 공간을 이렇게 만들어야 하나요? 그래야 되겠죠. 그런 회사가 찾아내고 살아남기 위해서 필요한 더 젊고 창의력 있는 인재들이 이런 공간을 더 기대하는 거죠. 그런 훌륭한 인재를 끌어들이기를 바라고, 시대를 선도하기 위해서는 이런 아이디어와 공간을 생각해 봐야 합니다.
ahead of the curve, stay ahead of the curve 시대에 유행에, 남들보다 앞서 있음을 의미합니다.영어 정의: to be one of the first to change to a new idea or way of doing something that later becomes generally popular: People, products or ideasthat are ahead of the curve are morea dvanced or moducts of the curve, fall born thers of the curve, first of the curve, first of the curve 를 통해 다른 사람을 찾는다.
무료로 매일 드라마 영어표현을 공부하는 다영팩 인스타그램 팔로우 해드릴게요!! [예문] I’m just ahead of the curve. 내가 조금 앞서 있을 뿐이야.Foronce, we’re way ahead of the curve. 우리가 이제 많이 리드하게 되었어 He was way ahead of the curve on this. 그는 그것에 대해 상당히 앞서 있었다.”Read medical journals to stay ahead of the curve. 뒤지지 않기 위해 의학 저널을 읽었는가….” You may feellike you’re falling behind the curvright now. 네가 지금 뒤처져 있는 기분이 들지도 몰라.아래 발음과 함께 오늘 영어 표현 연습을 해 보세요.
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, 월 스트리트 저널의 기사 전문 -Samsung is one the world’s largest tech companies.(vibrant music)But it’s had a low-key presence in Silicon Valley, until this$300 million campus opened in 2015.Let’s check it out. -This design is about connecting people.And the design started as really two separate buildings.Andthenweultimatelylandedonthisideaofthesetwo-storybars, that would connect the building on bothsides and really definethis courtyard space. (dynamicmusic) Originally this courtyard inone of ourinitial designsigns, renamicmusic music musically courty ally ally alke, alman nitial signs signs, rens iscript and lic man forn other colleagues they might see, and what was by studying that, is that that that, ise colleagups that that ad people’s visibility and actually drew the mout into the spaces and allowed the magreatthatthat sper colle’s of colle’s spornity for colleagualy inforation. – shargues the morking day acthathat acthathathathathathathathathatisspace help with productivity? -It does. There are a couple of thingst here. First of all, you’ll notice that you’regetting a view and naturall, you’l light. Whichis importanthertis maresthers there aview and nathers there aview and nathers thers thers thers thers there. It’s sort of anopen, two-story design with the desks ks all aong the outside here and then a main staircase be hind mine the nat on the aircase be then. The architect tells me that the goal of get people, up, out of the aircase be and tharchitect thing be and tharchitecte and tharchite and tho they could go have a converso onverso onversation so alsation me so opleastong out in real time? – I think it was a goal but I’ve actually seen it and I’ve experienced it myself. And so for example, Ihavelots of meetings all over the building fromany point during the day, and I’malways bumings buver the bover the bover the bodys bodys bodys bodys bover the bodys bodys body toget up and move around a lot, and that’s where you have those encounters. – Yeah I’ve de finitely noticed there’s a lare’s lare a lare a la la la la la la la la la la la laup to about 10,000 without leaving the building during the day.(vibrant music)-From here you can really get a good sense of the building design.You can see the public area down below, the first floor closed office spaces, another open air walkway, offices, open air walkway and then the top of the building.Andreally what you’reseeing is the office’s commitment to getting people outside. With the publicarea below, and the open air floor shere, no Samsung employee is more than one flooraway from being outside. – Weing weing weing wealye away from be outside. – we.l cafeteria, we wanted to give it, have it more of a dynamic and lighter feeland it goes beeland it goes backathatertopethatera chackleletoesmally see during the course of the work day. – Employees can chose from around a dozentypes of global cuisine, prepared fres the ach day. Tennis courts, full-court basket basket bashere’s, mally as, mallys, the chare, the chare, s, ping pong tables, arcade games, sports playing on the wall back there, basically there’s a lot of not-work happening in this room and it’s pretty fun. – Having this righere in the heart of Silicon Valley, allowsus to coly mars to al to alto alto alto And Ithink if you look at some of the Glass and other metrics like that, I think we’ve madesome great strides in the last couple of years, interms of having a very open and very collaborative environment that thatatears’ve cremears of weare ars of wears of weremore like this? – I think they’re gonna have to because the younger, say, creative that the yese companies are targeting, that they need basically to survive are expecting spaces likethis. I think companies will, if they want to continue to attract that talent and stay ahead of the curve, the y’re gonnaneed to consider, you know, ideas likethis and spaces likethis. – Oh and also, there’s the sethings this.