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November 11, 2013

Inha University

Filed under: student presentations — richardlstansfield @ 2:40 am

Vocabulary items for our glossary

1. marital : connected with marriage
2. dunk : to put something into liquid for a short time
3. compatibility : capacity to exist or work with something else
4. pub : a bar
5. boast : to speak too proudly or show too much satisfaction about something or someone connected with you

All definitions are from http://dictionary.cambridge.org/dictionary/learner-english

Our presentation is about Inha University

Do you know why Inha University’s name is Inha?

“Inha” means Incheon and Hawaii

There are many structures in Inha University. They are Jungseok Library, Ingyungho (Pond), Bi

Ryoung tower, U-nam Ho, and Gung Hab tree.

Jungseok is Inha University’s Library. It has 1.5million books.

Also, it is clean enough to shoot TV programs.

Jeong-seock Library

Ingyung ho is the most popular place in Inha University.

This place has a traditional culture.

When it is somebody’s birthday, his or her friends dunk him/her in Ingyungho

And we can see ducks in there.

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Gung Hab tree is used to predict marital compatibility.

When a man and a woman who love each other sit on the spilt branch, the marital compatibility

is right if the place is full. [1]

Gung-hap Tree

Biryong tower is Inha University’s symbol. So the name of Inha University’s festival is ‘Biryong Je’.

U-nam ho is an airplane. It was donated In 1974

It’s the first ever trons-pacific civil aviation aircraft. [2]

Hightech center is the most recent building in Inha University.

Many Engineering professors and lab assistants are researching in there.

And it is the tallest building in Inha University. [3]

In back gate of Inha University, there are many restaurants, many pubs, and many stores.

Restaurants of back gate are popular because of their cheap prices.

During Inha’s festival period, we can enjoy many fun programs and drinking.

Especially a dunking device is most popular.

In Inha University, there are many clubs.

Among them is the Judo clup, which boasts a history and tradition.

There are many famous people who graduated from or are attending Inha University

For example Jeon Hyo-seong of Secret, Si-won of Super Junior, Kim Gu-ra, etc. [4]

[1] http://blog.naver.com/jpkh819?Redirect=Log&logNo=110168157431\
[2] http://www.cyworld.com/hyuk_kun/3319771
[3] http://www.jumphackers.com/v2/C_BoardMain/C_BoardView/1143/M_1_15/?CCheck=1&page=8
[4]
http://www.jisiklog.com/bestqa/%EC%9D%B8%ED%95%98%EB%8C%80+%EC%97%B0%EC%98%88%EC%9D%B8
http://gall.dcinside.com/board/view/?id=29&no=27896&page=
http://kin.naver.com/qna/detail.nhn?d1id=11&dirId=110408&docId=60441037&qb=7J247ZWY64yAIOyXsOyYiOyduA==&enc=utf8&section=kin&rank=1&search_sort=0&spq=1&pid=RFENAU5Y7uhssZJpMZwsssssssh-266774&sid=Unmbx3JvLDYAAETQF0c

Discussion Questions

1. Where is the most impressive restaurant in Inha’s back gate?
2. What do you think of dunking people in In gyung-ho when it is their birthday? Why?
3. What is your favorite place among the structures that we introduced? Why?

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Class #57, Group #7, Members’ Names: 김휘민, 박희환, 이강산, 남주성

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2 Comments »

  1. Hi, i am inha student. can i use your picture of jeong seok library to my presentation for a small conference?
    i want to show the beauty of my campus to other people.

    Comment by MJ — April 3, 2015 @ 6:04 am | Reply

    • Yes.

      Comment by richardlstansfield — April 3, 2015 @ 1:10 pm | Reply


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