■ TENER 동사 (가지고 있다)


 

 단수

 복수

 1인칭

 (Yo) tengo

(Nosotros) tenemos

 2인칭

 (Tú) tienes

(Vosotros) tenéis

 3인칭

(él, ella, Ud.) tiene

(ellos, ellas, Uds.) tienen


1. ‘-을(를) 가지고 있다‘ 라는 의미로 가장 많이 쓰임



2. ‘tener que + 동사원형‘ 으로 쓰여 -해야만 한다 (영어의 have to)의 의미로도 사용

Tener que / Deber + 동사원형 (infinitivo) : ~ 해야 만 한다. (have to/must) 

* 의무의 표현 (obligación) 

- Tengo que irme. 

- Tienes que hacer ejercicio para adelgazar. 

- Todos hombres coreanos deben cumplir el servicio militar. 

- No debe tener mucho dinero para vivir felizmente. 

- Los ciudadanos deben obedecer las leyes.

- Los menores no deben fumar.

- Tú no tienes que asistir a la reunión

- Debo salir en seguida. 


▷ Tener que 관련 숙어 

* Tener que ver con algo... ~와 관련이 있다. ~와 관계를 가지고 있다. (tener relaciones con...) 

- Yo tengo que ver con Juan. Es mi hermano. 

- No tengo nada que ver con ella. 


참조) Hay que + 동사원형 (infinitivo) : ~ 해야 만 한다. (have to) 


▷ 비인칭 주어의 의무표현 

- Hay que aprender las matemáticas para entender las ciencias. 

- Hay que tener 7 o 8 años para ir al colegio. 

- Hay que comer menos la comida basura para mantenerse en forma. 



3. ‘tener + calor 더운, frío 추운' 등의 형용사와 결합하여 덥다 춥다등의 날씨에 대한 관용적인 표현을 하기도 하고, 

    ‘tener + hambre (배고픔), sed (갈증), sueño (졸음) 등의 명사와 결합하여 

     현재 본인의 상황에 대한 관용적인 표현을 하기도 함. 







■ HACER 동사 


 

 단수

 복수

 1인칭

 hago

 hacemos

 2인칭

 haces

 hacéis

 3인칭

 hace

 hacen


1) 기본적으로 ‘-하다’, ‘-를 만들다’라는 뜻으로 사용함.


2) 날씨를 표현할 때도 주어 없이 동사 hacer의 3인칭 단수 형태를 사용하는 표현과 개별 동사를 사용하는 표현이 있음

¿Qué tiempo hace hoy? 오늘 날씨가 어때요?

- Hace buen tiempo. / Hace buen día. 날씨가 좋습니다. 

Hace mal tiempo. / Hace mal día. 날씨가 좋지 않습니다. 

Hace (mucho) calor. 날씨가 (매우) 덥습니다. 

Hace (mucho) frío. 날씨가 (매우) 춥습니다. 

Hace sol. 해가 났습니다. 

Hace (mucho) viento. 바람이 (많이) 붑니다. 

Hace fresco. 날씨가 선선합니다. 

* ‘비가 오다’는 llover의 3인칭 단수형 Llueve (mucho), ‘눈이 오다’는 nevar의 

3인칭 단수형 Nieva (mucho)로 사용하고 나머지 날씨 표현은 Hacer를 사용. 


3) 시간의 경과에 대한 표현으로 사용

▷ 'hace + 기간 + que -'는 -한지 (시간)이 되다' 라는 의미를 나타냄. 

- Hace una semana que estamos aquí. 우리가 여기 온지 1주일이 되었다. 

- Hace tres años que vivo en Corea. 내가 한국에 산지 3년이 되었다. 


▷ ‘동사 + desde hace + 기간 (시점)‘ 으로도 사용함. 

- Estamos aquí desde hace una semana. 우리는 1주일 전부터 여기 있었다.

- Vivo en Corea desde hace tres años. 나는 3년 전부터 한국에 살고 있다. 


▷ -한지 얼마나 되었습니까? 라고 묻는 의문문으로도 사용. 

- ¿Cuánto tiempo hace que estáis aquí? (= ¿Desde cuándo estáis aquí?)  너희들 여기 온 지 얼마나 되었니? 



■ HACER 동사의 추가 용법


<시간표현>

1. Hace + 기간 + que 직설법현재 / 현재완료 

~한 지 ~기간 째이다.  

1) Hace 3 meses que estudio español. 

2) Hace 3 meses que he estudiado español. 


2. Desde + 시작점 + 직설법 현재 / 현재완료 

~ 시작점부터 ~을 해왔다. (하고 있다.) 

1) Desde agosto estudio español. 

2) Desde agosto he estudiado español. 


3. Desde hace + 기간 + 직설법 현재 / 현재완료 

~ 기간 전부터 ~을 해왔다. 

1) Desde hace 3 meses estudio español. 

2) Desde hace 3 meses he estudiado español. 


4. Durante + 기간 + 현재완료 

~ 기간 동안 ~을 해왔다. 

1) Durante 3 meses, he estudiado español. 


※ 주의! Atención!! 

▷ Desde + 시작점 

: ‘시작점’에는 구체적인 년도, 월, 일, 요일 혹은 어제, 그제, 어젯밤 등등의 구체적인 시점을 언급. 

* 정관사 (el/la) + 시점의 명사 (el año pasado, el mes pasado, la semana pasada) 

* ayer, anteayer, anoche...


 Desde hace + 기간 

: ‘기간’ 에는 

* 부정관사 (un/una) + 명사 (un año, un mes...)

* 숫자 + 명사 (dos semanas, tres días...), 

* mucho + 명사 (mucho tiempo, muchos meses...) / poco + 명사 (poco tiempo, pocos días...) 


Ejemplos) 

1. ¿ Cuánto tiempo hace que vives aquí?    Hace veinte años que vivo aquí. 

2. ¿ Desde cuándo vives aquí?             -  Desde 1992 vivo aquí. 

                                                         -  Desde hace 20 años vivo aquí






Ven conmigo (Come on over) - Cristina Aguilar


Ven conmigo, ven conmigo baby Ven conmigo, ven conmigo baby Oh yeah

Ven conmigo, ven conmigo baby (Yeah, yeah, yeah, yeah) Ven conmigo, ven conmigo baby

함께가자, 함께가자 베이비


Es hoy la ocasión. Tengo listo en corazón, vienes tú, oh

오늘이 기회야, 난 마음의 준비가 되어있어. 니가 올 것에 대한

Ya la fiesta comenzó. Bailaremos sin control, oh, oh

이미 축제가 시작되었어. 우리 통제(정신)없이 춤을 추자.


Amor llegó la noche de los dos

우리둘의 밤에 사랑이 찾아왔어

Razon de amar y de celebración

축제의 밤이 되겠지

Juntos, tú y yo. Hasta que ilumine el sol, escuchame

너와 나 함게. 반짝이는 해가 뜰 때까지, 내 말 들어봐.


Solamente tú, acercate a verme. Solamente tú, porque me enloqueces

오직 너 뿐이야, 나를 보러 이리 가까이와. 오직 너 뿐이야, 니가 나를 미치게 하니까

Solamente tú, no me hagas esperar. Contigo quiero estar, ser tuya nada más

오직 너 뿐이야, 기다리게 하지마. 너와 함께 있고 싶어. 너의 것이 되고 싶어.

Solamente tú


Ven conmigo, ven conmigo baby (Ooh) Ven conmigo, ven conmigo baby


Mi gran ilusión es quedarme junto a ti. Solo tú, solo tú

나의 큰 바램은 너와 함께 있는 거야. 오직 너만

Tienes mi corazón. Desde el dia en que te ví, oh, oh

니가 내 마음을 가져가 버렸어. 내가 너를 본 그날부터

Estoy, amor, temblando de emocion. Pasion, calor, no me sentí nunca mejor

마음이 흔들리는 걸 느꼈어. 열정, 뜨거운 것. 그 어떤때 보다 내가 이렇게 열정적인 적은 없었어.

Ven hoy, por favor. El destino ya nos unió, eschuchame

오늘 이리와, 제발. 운명이 우리를 하나로 묶었어, 내 말 들어봐.

Solamente tú, acercate a verme. Solamente tú, porque me enloqueces. (이하 반복)

Solamente tú, no me hagas esperar. Contigo quiero estar, ser tuya nada más. Solamente tú


Ven conmigo, ven conmigo baby Ven conmigo, ven conmigo baby

Ven conmigo, ven conmigo baby Ven conmigo, ven conmigo baby


Uh Ven conmigo, ven conmigo baby Ven conmigo, ven conmigo baby

No me hagas esperar. Contigo quiero estar. Siempre te voy a amar, ah, ah


Solamente tú, amor Solamente tú, oh tu amor me enloquece

Solamente tú, oh no me hagas esperar Contigo quiero estar, soy tuya nada más

Solamente tú Solamente tú, oh yeah Solamente tú, amor oh

Solamente tú

No me hagas esperar. Contigo quiero estar. Soy tuya nada más

Solamente tú




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■ SER : '~이다'란 뜻

soy    eres    es    somos    sois    son


ESTAR : 상태가 '~하다', '~가 ~에 있다'

estoy    estás    está    estamos    estáis    están


■ SER 와 ESTAR 용법


  José es un chico tranquilo. 
  - 호세는 성격이 차분하다.

  José está tranquilo. (no está enfadado.)

  - 호세는 화를 누그러뜨렸다. (진정되었다.)

  Roberto es joven.
  - 로베르또는 젊다.

  Roberto está joven. (parace joben.) 

  - 로베르또는 젊어 보인다.

  Inés es muy guapa.

  - 이네스는 예쁘다.

  Inés está muy guapa. (recientemente.) 
  - 이네스는 요즘 들어 예뻐 보인다.

  Esta casa es nueva.

  - 이 집은 새 집이다.

  Esta casa está nueva. (recién comprado.) 

  - 이 집은 새로 계약한 집이다.

  Manuel es muy decidido.
  - 마누엘은 결단력이 있다.

  Manuel está decidido. (hace decisión.)

  - 마누엘은 마음을 굳게 먹었다.

  José es un loco.
  - 호세는 미친 녀석이다.

  José está loco. (en algo.) 

  - 호세는 (어딘가에) 열광하고 있다.

  María es probre.
  - 마리아는 불쌍하다.

  María está muy pobre. (tiene poco dinero.) 

  - 마리아는 매우 가난하다.

  Pedro es muy malo.
  - 페드로는 못된 녀석이다.

  Pedro está muy mal. (enferma.) 

  - 페드로는 건강이 나쁘다.

  David es muy vivo. (carácter es activo.)

  - 다비드는 매우 활동적이다.

  David está vivo.

  - 다비드는 지금 살아있다.

  Adolfo es rico.
  - 아돌포는 부자다.

  La comida está rica. (tiene bien sabor/flavor.) 

  - 그 요리는 맛이 좋다.

  Carina es muy buena. (simpático)

  - 까리나는 좋은 사람이다.

  Carina está muy buena. (parace bien) 
  - 까리나는 요즘 들어 좋아 보인다.

  Luis es abrieto. (de mente abierta.)

  - 루이스는 개방적인 사람이다.

  La puerta está abierta.

  - 그 문은 열려있다.

  El profesor es muy aburrido.

  - 그 선생님은 매우 지루한 사람이다.

  El profesor está muy aburrido. 

  (desea hace algo diferente) 

  - 그 선생님은 지금 지루하다.

  Hernan es orgulloso. (altivo, arrogante)

  - 에르난은 거만한 사람이다.

  Hernan está orgulloso. 

  - 에르난은 자신 만만하다.

  Guillermo es listo. (intelligente)

  - 기예르모는 영리하다.

  Guillermo está listo.

  - 기예르모는 준비된 사람이다.

  Torres es maduro. (entrado en años)

  - 또레스는 중년이다.

  Torres está maduro.
  - 또레스는 원숙한 느낌이다.



■ 국적을 묻는 표현과 국가 관련 단어


1. 국적을 묻는 표현 (어느나라 사람입니까? 어디 출신입니까?)

¿ De dónde es usted ?  - ¿ De dónde eres (tú) ?

¿ Cuál es su (tu) nacionalidad ?


2. 저는 _______ 출신입니다. (저는 _______ 사람입니다.)

Soy de Corea del Sur. = Soy coreano/a

Soy de Japón. = Soy japonés/a

Soy de Francia. = Soy francés/a

Soy de Inglaterra. = Soy inglés/a

Soy de China. = Soy chino/a

Soy de Alemania. = Soy alemnán/a (독일)

Soy de España. = Soy español/a

Soy de Italia. = Soy italiano/a

Soy de Grecia. = Soy griego/a

Soy de Suiza. = Soy suizo/a

Soy de Holanda. = Soy holandés/a (네덜란드)

Soy de Poonia. = Soy polaco/a (폴란드)

Soy de México. = Soy mexicano/a

Soy de Guatemala. = Soy guatemalteco/a

Soy de Colombia. = Soy colombiano/a

Soy de Ecuador. = Soy ecuatoriano/a

Soy de Chile. = Soy chileno/a

Soy de Perú. = Soy peruano/a

Soy de Paraguay. = Soy paraguayo/a

Soy de Argentina. = Soy argentino/a

Soy de Brasil. = Soy brasileño/a



■ 직업을 묻는 표현과 직업 관련 단어


1. 직업을 묻는 표현 (직업이 무엇입니까?)

¿ Qué es su (tu) trabajo ?

¿ Cual es su (tu) trabajo ?

¿ Qué es su (tu) ocupación ?

¿ Cual es su (tu) ocupación ?

¿ Qué es su (tu) empleo ?

¿ Cual es su (tu) empleo ?

¿ A qué se dedica ? / ¿ A qué te dedicas ?


2. 직업 관련 단어

의사            (el) médico / (la) médica

엔지니어      (el) ingeniero / (la) ingeniera

선생님         (el) profesor / (la) profesora

학생            (el) estudiante / (la) estudiante = (el) alumno / (la) alumna

건축가         (el) arquitecto / (la) arquitecta

비서            (el) secretário / (la) secretária

박사, 의사    (el) doctor / (la) doctora

간호사         (el) enfermero / (la) enfermera

화가            (el) pintor / (la) pintora

미용사         (el) peluquero / (la) peluquera

회사원         (el) empleado / (la) empleada

가수            (el) cantante / (la) cantante

배우            (el) actor / (la) actriz

감독, 부서장 (el) director / (la) directora

사장, 장 등   (el) jefe / (la) jefa

변호사         (el) abogado / (la) abogada

판사            (el) juez / (la) juez

기자            (el) periodista / (la) periodista

택시기사      (el) taxista / (la) taxista

운전기사      (el) chofer / (la) chofer

  




Eres tú by Mocedades

Coma una promesa eres tú, eres tú / 내게 믿음을 주는 사람
Como una mañana de verano / 어느 여름날 아침처럼
Como una sonrisa eres tú, eres tú / 내게 미소를 주는 사람
Asi, asi eres tú / 바로 그럼 사람이 너야.
Toda mi esperanza eres tú, eres tú, / 나의 모든 희망 그건 바로 너
Como lluvia fresca en mis manos / 내 손에 고인 신선한 빗물 같은..
Como fuerte brisa eres tú, eres tú, / 강한 미풍과도 같은..
Asi, asi eres tú / 그런 사람이 바로... 너야.

Eres tú / 당신은..
como el agua de mi fuente, / 내 맘속에서 솟아나는 샘물과도 같고..
Eres tú / 당신은..
el fuego de mi hogar / 나의 집 (가정)에 불과 같고 ← 그 만큼 중요한 존재다.
Eres tú / 당신은..
como el fuego de mi hoguera, / 내 벽난로의 불꽃과 같고
Eres tú / 당신은..
el fuego de mi paz / 평화로운 내 맘에 불을 지폈어요.

Como un poema eres tú, eres tú, / 한편의 시와 같은 사람
Como una guitarra en la noche / 밤하늘에 들리는 기타소리..
Como el horizonte eres tú, eres tú, / 내 맘의 지평선과 같은
Asi, asi eres tú / 그런 사람이 바로... 너야..

Eres tú / 당신은..
como el agua de mi fuente, / 내 맘속에서 솟아나는 샘물과도 같고..
Eres tú / 당신은..
el fuego de mi hogar / 나의 집 (가정)에 불과 같고
Eres tú / 당신은..
como el fuego de mi hoguera, / 내 벽난로의 불꽃과 같고
Eres tú / 당신은..
el fuego de mi paz / 평화로운 내 맘에 불을 지폈어요.








■ Script

The Purpose of our study was really to answer the question: what are the health benefits and harms of organic versus conventional foods? There are many reasons why someone might choose to buy organic foods or not , and if, if they are making that decision based principally on a belief about the health benefits, I would say that there is not a robust evidence base to suggest that that would be the case. But that doesn't mean that they might not choose to buy organic foods for other reasons, like concerns about the environment, pesticide use in general, the way that animals are cared for. We found 30% lower risk of contamination with pesticides in organic produce compared to conventional fruits and vegetables; however, the levels of pesticide residues in those foods were well below the national safety limits. We found no differences in bacterial contamination between organic and conventional foods. However, we did find that the bacteria contaminating chicken and pork were 33% less likely to be resistant to multiple antibiotics. Certainly, I do buy organic produce, and I do so on the basis of some of my other concerns, but certainly, now after this study, really, you know, I don't do it because of any, sort of personal health concerns.


■ Vocabulary

conventional ⓐ 
- Someone who is conventional has behavior or opinions that are ordinary and normal.
- A conventional method or product is one that is usually used or that has been in use for a long time

robust ⓐ 
- Someone or something that is robust is very strong or healthy.
- Robust views or opinions are strongly held and forcefully expressed.

pesticide ⓝ
Pesticide are chemicals which farmers put on their crops to kill harmful insects.


produce ⓝ

Produce is food or other things that are grown in large quantities to be sold.


residue ⓝ

A residue of something is a small amount that remains after most of it has gone.


contamination ⓝ

the act of contaminating, the state of being contaminated


resistant to ⓐ

Someone who is resistant to something is opposed to it and wants to prevent it.


antibiotic ⓝ

Antibiotics are medical drugs used to kill bacteria and treat infections.





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 Estoy (muy) mal I'm (very) bad 

 Así Así

 Más o menos

 So so 

 Gracias

 Muchas Gracias

 Thank you 

 Thank you very much

 De nada! 
 No hay de qué!
 You´re welcome
 Por favor Please 
 Lo siento
 Perdón
 Sorry
 Pardon 
 Con permiso
 Disculpe
 Excuse me 

 Claro!

 ¡Por supuesto!

 ¡Cómo no!

 Of couse
 Sure

 


■ 언어 설정 (Win7)


[제어판] → [국가 및 언어] → [키보드 및 언어] → [키보드 변경] → [추가] → [스페인어 (스페인, 국제정렬)]


- 키보드 전환 : Shift + Alt



■ 자판

* source : http://www.nti.my/layout-rackmux-t15-n.html#.ntitabs-espanol


- á é í ó ú : 작은따옴표(') + a e i o u

- ñ : 세미콜론(;)

- Ñ : Shift + 세미콜론(;)

- ? : Shift + -

- ¿ : Shift + =

- ! : Shift + 1

- ¡ : =



■ 언어 설정/변환 없이 스페인어 입력 방법


[Alt] + 숫자4자리


á  0225     é  0233      í  0237     ó  0243     ú  0250      ñ  0241     ¿  0191

Á  0193     É  0201     Í  0205     Ó  0211     Ú  0218     Ñ  0209     ¡  0161


* 스페인어 입력(웹) : http://spanish.typeit.org/




  



■ 스페인어 학습 참조 사이트


  - 알파벳부터 차근히 공부하기 ; http://www.studyspanish.com/pronunciation/alphabet.htm

  - 기본인사말부터 들으면서 보면서 연습할 수 있는 사이트 ; http://www.123teachme.com/learn_spanish/hello_in_spanish

  - 재미난 그림과 게임 등 activity로 배우는 스페인어 ; http://onlinefreespanish.com/

  - 기초부터 한 단원씩 공부하는 기초 스페인어 사이트

        http://www.frenchspanishonline.com/beginnerspanish/freespanish.html

  - 프린트 할 수있는 레슨자료들http://www.homeeducationresources.com/FREEspanish.htm

  - 문법공부, 기초어휘부터 공부할 수 있는 사이트(오디오도 있어서 리스닝도 가능

      ; http://www.completespanishguide.com/lessons-online/

  - 스페인어 뉴스 리스닝 ; http://www.newsinslowspanish.com/?gclid=CIGoz_Kbsa8CFQZNpgodRTNNEQ

  - 영국 BBC 에서 올려주는 어학사이트 ; http://www.bbc.co.uk/languages/spanish/

  - 그 중에서 beginner 를 위한 비디오 공부사이트 Ma vida loca ; http://www.bbc.co.uk/languages/spanish/mividaloca/

  - 비디오를 보면서 공부할 수 있는 사이트 ; http://spanish-lessons.webspanish.com/

  - 주제별 단어리스트

      http://www.spanishvocabulary.ca/

      http://spanish.about.com/od/wordlists/Word_Lists.htm



■ 번역사이트스페인어를 영어로


  - http://translation2.paralink.com/

  - http://www.freetranslation.com/

  - http://www.spanishdict.com/translation



■ KBS Worldnet (스페인어 사이트http://world.kbs.co.kr/spanish/ 

 


■ 사전참조 사이트


  - 네이버 스페인어 사전 ; http://spdic.naver.com/

  - 옥스포드 사전사이트 ; http://www.wordreference.com/English_Spanish_Dictionary.asp

  - Word reference 사전사이트 ; http://www.wordreference.com/

  - Spanish dictionary ; http://www.spanishdictionary.net/




■  Useful Expressions for business writing 

■  Business E-mail
       - Sample Follow-up Letters
       - Strategies for Writing Successful Business Letters

■  Sample Business Template: Coffee Shop Business Plan

■  Memorandum
       - Sample Memorandum

■  Executive Summary
       - Executive Summary Prep
      - Sample Executive Summary

■  Cover letter, Application letter
      - Sample Application letter (1)
      - Sample Application letter (2)
      - Sample Cover letter for HR
      - Sample Cover letter for Consultant 

■  Resume 
      - Sample Resume 

■  References  



■  Ways & Tips to improve business writing

  Ways & Tips to improve speaking 




Dear recruiting manager:

I learned of ABC Teleco. MBA Hiring Position from your career website, and I am eager to bring my consulting experience to ABC Teleco., which is a global leading company. I believe that my proven abilities to lead consulting projects, solve challenging problems, and develop innovative yet practical solutions can benefit your dynamic organization.

I am a second-year MBA student at the School of Business. As a marketing summer intern, I successfully developed a digital media marketing strategy at. Before beginning my graduate studies, I worked at Korea as an IT consultant in the Global Technology Services Division, where I excelled in a team-based environment and was promoted one and a half years ahead of schedule. I led projects to analyze the IT environment for clients in the insurance, pharmaceutical, and technology industries. While working on a project for a major insurance company, I helped to execute one of the largest deals in the history of the Korean IT industry and assisted the client in reducing its annual IT budget by more than 20 percent.

As my enclosed resume indicates, my background and achievements are an ideal fit for the requirements of B2B consulting position, including:

•       Analytical and Problem-Solving Skills: A bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering, combined with six years of professional experience, has prepared me to devise innovative solutions to complex problems. As a consultant, I quantitatively assessed a broad range of data to help clients streamline operations and optimize resource use.
•       Project Management Skills: I led culturally diverse groups of individuals to collaborate with cross-functional teams and meet deadlines for global IT projects. In this leadership role, I acquired management skills while helping project staff to achieve shared goals.
•       Passion for Innovation: My educational and professional accomplishments reflect my innovator’s instincts. For example, I drew upon my marketing expertise and past consulting projects to develop a new product launch strategy at Kanu Aesthetics. My management team chose to implement my proposal at the end of my summer internship final presentation.

I would appreciate the opportunity to demonstrate my capabilities at ABC Teleco. with you and provide you with additional information on my background. Thank you for your time and consideration.

Sincerely,

Andrew Cha
  



FirstName LastName
xxx-dong, Gangnam-gu, Seoul, Korea
010-1234-5678 Email: name@gmail.com
 
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Education:             University of Minnesota Twin Cities                                        Minneapolis, MN
                               Masters in Early Modern European History                                                 May 2009

                               Baylor University                                                                                     Waco, TX
                              Bachelor in International Business                                                                  May 2005

 
Work Experience:

           Communication Specialist, Yoon and Yang LLC         (December, 2010- January, Currently)
              · Conduct discussions on world events and different areas of business
              · Guide business meetings with variety of topics with guided feedback for English fluency and
                vocabulary use
              · Revise Merger and Accusation business contracts
              · Conference calls and manage foreign businesses and foreign clients

           Program Developer, Seoul Digital University                    (January, 2010- December, 2010)
              · Helped develop curriculum for professors in presentation and teaching skills class with students
              · Simulated classes in mock business meetings by critiquing and coaching teachers

          Human Resources Assistant, Woo Sung Chemical, South Korea  (June, 2009 –August, 2010)
              · Conducted interviews for hiring of future employees and also the recruitment and development
                process of global employees
              · Attend and assist on business trips by translating and interpreting
              · Write e mails and contracts for foreign companies

           In House Instructor, SK Telecom, South Korea                          (June, 2009 – March, 2010)
              · Emphasis on MBA interview skills and English fluency with mangers preparing for their MBA and
                TOFEL exams
              · Developing business writing skills, such as E Mails, professional documents and MBA application
                essays

           Private English Instructor, KCL LLC, Seoul Korea                     (June. 2009 – March 2010)
              · Instructing and Managing English classes. Focusing on basic conversational dialogues to
                intermediate managers
              · Develop curriculum for business speaking, presentation and negotiating skills

          Sales Representative, Ho Fan Inc, St. Paul, MN                           (January. 2006 – June 2009)
              · Increased the revenue of distribution by double by using innovative new techniques of advertising
                to clients around the St. Paul downtown area
              · Handled the hiring and job training of office employees and the shipping center


Activities:
              · Avid golfer and runner
              · Treasurer of the Korean Student Association at Baylor University
              · Member of National Young Leaders of America


 

< Ways & Tips to improve Speaking >

 

  • Speak confidently
  • Participate in discussions
  • Practice stating your opinions
  • Summarize
  • Speak as much English as possible (take every opportunity)
  • Build vocab. (keep a notebook): REVIEW IT
  • SPEAK, SPEAK, and SPEAK: even you make mistakes keep going
  • Speak w/ friends (native or non)
  • Speak by thinking out loud
  • THINK IN ENGLISH → practice common phrases you are comfortable with → complete sentences
  • Read out-loud
  • Start at your level
  • Pick topics that interest you
  • Ask for feed back 


February 23, 2012 (THR)

- Paul Km's writing class

 

< Ways & Tips to improve business writing >

 

  • KISS
  • Don't think so much

- plan before writing

- 1st draft(type without thinking)

- don't worry about mistakes in your first draft

  • Write less

- fewer words

- take out words that don't give meaning

  • Be direct & avoid jargons

- use STRONG VERBS

- plain language (nothing fancy)

  • Begin with one idea:

- what are you trying to say

- write it on a memo where you can see it (keeps you focused)

  • Always try to answer the 5w’s

- it’s the basic information everyone is looking for

  • Practice plain writing

- state the purpose early 

- headings (major points)

- use short sentences & paragraphs

- write to express not impress

  • Practice the Active Voice
  • Avoid difficult & un-needed words

- simple phrases

- “Just say it”

  • Learn & Practice persuasion

- tell your benefits not the features 

  (you want them to do something for you)

  • Read your letter out loud

- take out anything that:

   . you don’t understand

   . sounds awkward

- make it personal (human to human)

  • Write once, check twice

- proof read once, check again later

  • Pay attention to details

- names

- dates

- gender

- title

  • Be professional, not formal

   


February 23, 2012 (THR)

- Paul Km's writing class

< References >

  • Business/Educational contacts
  • No friends/family
  • They can explain your character & work performance
  • Always ask for permission
  • Give them a copy of your resume & explain the job you're applying for
  • (3-5) people
  • Include: name, title, organization, address, phone #, e-mail
  • Bring to interviews


February 21, 2012 (TUE)

- Paul Kim's writing class



< Resume >

 

General Guidelines:

  • focus on the employer's need.
  • tell what you have to offer the employer
  • include only relevant skills, achievements & education
  • 1 page (if you write 2 pages, fill it up)
  • avoid personal pronouns "I, me, my"
  • resumes should be different (alter each on th the job you're applying for)
  • when describing skills & accomplishments use action verbs

    e.g. Resume Action Verbs: http://www.bc.edu/offices/careers/skills/resumes/verbs.html

 

 

Worst cover letter in the world

- www.blurtit.com/videos/?517248923 

 

February 21, 2012 (TUE)

- Paul Kim's writing class

  

 

Janice Richardson

Recruiting Manager, Rollins Consulting Firm

2100 18th Street NW, Suite 100

Minneapolis, MN 55306

 

Dear Ms. Richardson:

 

With understanding of the role quality of hire plays for organizations today, and previous recruiting, staffing and human resources experience, I submit my resume for consideration for the position of experienced recruiter. In addition to my resume, I provide below a brief overview of my ability to match your specific needs based on the position competencies.

 

• Manage recruitment process from consultant through senior manager levels

In my previous role in corporate human resources, I garnered significant experience in all aspects of the recruiting life cycle, from definition of applicant to alumni management (creating ties with alumni to ensure brand in the marketplace and enable re-employment strategies). In addition to recruiting and development responsibilities, I worked closely with a team to manage the firm internship program from inception to offer.

 

• Assist in closing candidates

In addition to my recruiting experience, my closing capabilities are well-developed from my experience in client contract negotiation. In my current role, I have negotiated contracts from $15,000 to $105,000 with over 300 different clients and an average closing rate of 89%.

 

• Plan and participate in events

I organized and managed a number of large, successful events at my current consulting firm, ranging from a global Partner Offsite retreat to Senior Consultant School. In my previous work with Brown Elementary School, I organized the annual Northern Virginia Book Fair, raising $10,000 for their scholarship fund (an increase of 150% over the previous year).

 

My professional services firm experience and my educational background encapsulates a number of the position competencies. I have a history of strong staff management, working closely with my current team on individual development plans, and understand my role to assist and promote staff member success. I actively seek upward and peer feedback and recognize its importance in organization success.

 

Most importantly, I am eager to stay in the professional services firm environment. I would welcome the privilege of speaking with you further and look forward to hearing from you.

 

Respectfully submitted,

 

Warren R. Anderson




February 23, 2012 (THR)

- Paul Km's writing class



Name 

pualkim@xxx.com ~ 111 S. Tehanro ~ Seoul, Korea 50014 ~ 010-1234-5678

 

February 16, 2012

 

Mr. Dick Hall

Hanger Prosthetics & Orthotics

1079 10th Avenue SE

Minneapolis, MN 55414

 

Dear Mr. Dick Hall:

 

In this letter of application I wish to apply for the Prosthetic/Orthotic Technician position announced on the Hanger web page. The enclosed resume; shows I will be graduating this spring from University of Minnesota with a BS in Liberal Art Science and will be attending Century College-White Bear Lake, MN for certification and advancement into the industry. My experience interning at Hanger, graduation from University of Minnesota, and handling company inventory make me a promising candidate for your company's future.

 

The internship I had the past two summers in Minneapolis, MN was a great learning experience, in helped me realize working with patient is a fulfilling career. I also learned to take pride in the work we did, when fabricating a patients prosthetic or orthotic device it has to look professional and be function able. My experience at Hanger has taught me that the patient is the number one priority, delivering anything less than a quality product is inexcusable and it reflects negatively on the company as a whole. Over the last two summers I've had the opportunity to learn and work on a wide range  of orthotic and prosthetic devices, this experience has helped develop the skills needed in the industry. Hanger's dedication to delivering a quality product to their patients every time is why they're the industry leader, and I know I can help Hanger continue to grow as the industry leader in prosthetic and orthotic patient care.

 

Completing my Liberal Art Science degree from University of Minnesota has taught me important aspect about working with other people effectively. My course work in Business writing taught me good communication skills will help everyone become more efficient in the work they do. I've learned by communicating effectively and clearly will lead to a more efficient work environment, the time and effort taken to complete each job is reduced from not having to go back and explain yourself. I've also learned that being organized helps co-workers waste less time fumbling around trying to find missing work and more time on productive work.

 

My experience at Hanger, Multie Tech, and Corporate Express all dealt with working on company inventory. At Hanger new products, supplies, and return orders came in every day, which needed to be document, reorder, delivered to the practitioner, and put away in inventory, which was an important aspect to business. At Multie Tech the machine needed to be organized and reinstalled with new devices. This was one of the most important aspects to the job, if one wrong device was ever installed it would result in thousands of dollars wasted and leave production behind schedule. My experience at Corporate Express dealt with multiple stages of inventory, unloading, storing, and then reloaded for an outgoing shipment. This has provided me with the experience to manage and organize company inventory which could help Hanger become more efficient and productive.

 

I respectfully request an interview to meet with you and discuss the technician position available. I will be available beginning March to come in and interview with you and will be available to start work at the first of the year. Hanger's continuous advancement in the industry and my experience working as a team player will help Hanger become more efficient with its every day operations.

 

Sincerely,

 

Paul Kim


February 16, 2012 (THR)

- Paul Kim's writing class 




Andrew Baer

3675 N. 59th Place

Phoenix, AZ 85018

 

February 2, 2009

 

Ms. Kristen Briney

1234 Finance Lane

Phoenix, AZ 85018

 

Dear Ms. Briney:

 

I would like to be considered for your finance intern position advertised in The State Press. My Finance degree courses work at Arizona State University and my sales experience suggest I would be well suited for this position.

 

My current course work that is relevant to this internship is training me the proper theories and techniques used for business decisions in working capital management, capital budgeting, financial control, and long-term financing. I have been trained in Computer Science and Microcomputer applications. My overall confidence in Microsoft environments is only rivaled by my proficiency in Microsoft applications. I have excellent skills working with Internet Explorer, Word, Excel, Visio, Access and PowerPoint. I have also attended DECA business conferences in Portland, Oregon and Seattle, Washington where I placed in the top percentile in the region.

 

Previous employment demonstrates my firm understanding of sales and what goes into the marketing of products. At the Sunglass Hut, I used personal selling, taught in my sales training, to achieve predetermined sales goals. I also operated a computer based system to fulfill orders and track inventory. At the Dollar Tree, I used point of purchase marketing to increases sales. In addition to sales and advertising, I feel I can use my computer skills to thrive in the business environment.

 

My attached resume provides an overview of my education and experience. I think I would be the perfect fit for the intern position available at your company.  I would greatly appreciate if you could write me at the above address, email or call me at (503) 510-9121 to discuss the details of this position.

 

Sincerely,

 

Andrew Baer

 

Enclosure: Resume



February 16, 2012 (THR)

- Paul Kim's writing class

 



 

 

< Cover Letter / Application Letter >

 

Purposes:

  • CL : accompanies your resume - for a specific job opening
  • AL : may be submitted w/ a resume - for a potential opening (regardless)

 

Format: same as a business letter

  • Heading: Senders information, Date, Recipients info.
  • Greeting: To hiring Department Recruiter, To whom this may concern

 

Focus: 

  • CL : tells your qualifications for a specific job
  • AL : your interest and potential to contribute to the company regardless of opening or not

 

Closing:

  • CL : request an interview
  • AL : your plan to follow up by a phone call or visit (specific time and date)

 

3 goals:

  • your ultimate goal is to attract the screener's interest
  • convince the person that you are a well qualified candidate
  • meet with the person

 

Always:

  • type the letter
  • address the letter
  • send the original
  • sign it
  • don't repeat your resume ★
  • no errors

 

Never:

  • only one page
  • don't include unnecessary information
  • don't lie

 

Body: 3-4 paragraphs

1. Why you are writing (how you found about the company or designed position)

2. Why they should hire you 

   - Sell yourself to them (strengths & attributes)

   - Education and work experience and how it will help

3. (Optional)

   - Gaps in your resume

   - Any information that is not said in the resume or if you want to give more details

4. Ask for a meeting and tell them you will contact them specific time and date

   - thank them



February 16, 2012 (THR)

- Paul Kim's writing class


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