영화로 영어 공부하기 – The intern(인턴) 쉐도잉 02

영화로 영어 공부하기 – The intern(인턴) 쉐도잉 01

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https://youtu.be/GRggL9c2r4k


영화로 영어 공부하기 – The intern(인턴) 쉐도잉 02

They’re great. I love ’em to pieces.

But to be honest, I think I probably relied on them way more than I should.

Don’t get me wrong, I’m not an unhappy person. Quite the contrary.

I just know there’s a hole in my life, and I need to fill it. Soon.

 

Which brings me to today, when I was leaving the market and caught your flyer out of the corner of my eye.

  • flyer 는 전단지라는 뜻입니다.

Ben: Hmm. “Seniors, be an intern.”

  • 시니어여 인턴이되라 개인적으로 좋아하는 문구입니다.

Petty: B en, I thought that was you. Hi.

 

Ben: Hey.

Petty: What’d you find?

 

Ben: I think an Internet place is looking for senior interns. Am I reading this right?

 

Petty: Let me see.

“Applicants must be over 65 years of age, have organizational skills, a genuine interest in e-commerce,” whatever that is, “and a roll-up-your-sleeves attitude.”

  • a roll-up-your-sleeves attitude 소매를 걷어 올린다는 뜻으로 적극적으로 임하다는 뜻입니다.

 

Ben: AboutTheFit.com, isn’t that the Outfit that Was…

 

Petty: Yeah, yeah, yeah. They bought one of those old factories in Red Hook.

My daughter says they sell clothes on the Internet. How that works, I have no idea.

 

Ben: Well, you have to upload the application.

That could be challenging. Listen to this, “Cover letters are so old-fashioned.

Show us who you are with a cover-letter video.

We look forward to meeting you.” Well, I guess that’s meeting me.

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