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May 7, 2012

Korean rice liquor and picnics

Filed under: student presentations — richardlstansfield @ 3:14 am

Glossary
Korean rice liquor:makgeolli: rice wine
traditional : methods are ones that have existed for a long time without changing
turbid : muddy or opaque, as a liquid clouded with a suspension of particles
panfried food : Food is what people and animals eat.

Our presentation is about Korean rice liquor and picnics
First of all, we will talk about Korean rice liquor

Korean rice liquor is one of korea’s traditional liquors
this is made from rice and malt.
this liquor is a white, turbid color and low-alcohol content.
Picnics places are nearby In- gyeong lake, nearby airplane grass, nearby Jeong – suk.

people drink korean rice liquor with snacks and panfried food.(2,3)

Good things about them are that people take a rest, be happy, and make friends.
A bad thing about it is that people leave trash.
when you drink a lot of korean rice liquor, you can get drunk.
These days, korean rice liquor have many flavors(1): plain, strawberry, blueberry, corn, and peach.

Reference
1) http://sansamgadeuk.blog.me/154800021
2) http://helloedu.co.kr/32
3)http://blog.naver.com/comgag?Redirect=Log&logNo=50094517987

discussions

Have you ever drunk korean rice liquor or a picnic?
Do you like Korean rice liquor ?
wher do you want it (korean rice liquor and picnics)?

*Class # 121,
group4 : 이우근, 이정호, 이성이, 유한빛

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Teacher’s Note:

This vocabulary will be on Written Test #2:

pan-fried food: (adjective) food that’s fried in a pan in a small amount of oil or fat

traditional: (adjective) using methods are ones that have existed for a long time without changing

turbid: (adjective) muddy or opaque, as a liquid clouded with a suspension of particles

This discussion question will be on the Final Speaking Test:

Have you ever drunk Korean rice liquor or gone on a picnic?

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