초대, 방문

  ◎ 초대할 때 ........
A: 저의 집에 오십시오.
       How would you like to come to my house? 
       Would you like to come to my place?
       I'd like you to come to my house. 
       I'd like to invite you to my house.
       Will you come to my house? 
       Can you come to my house?
     B: 고맙습니다, 그러겠습니다.
       Thank you, I will.

       * 가고 싶지만 갈 수 없군요.
       I'd love to, but I can't.
       * 그럼요, 좋아요.
       Sure. I'd like that.
       * 그럼요, 안될 것 없죠.
       Sure. Why not?
       * 물론이죠, 가고 싶어요.
       Of course. I'd love to.
       Sure, I'd love to.
       Yes, I'd love to.
       * 네, 좋겠네요.
       Yeah, sounds great.
       * 그러죠.
       Okay.
       * 다음에 하죠.
       Maybe some other time.
       * 나중에요.
       Maybe later.
       * 나중에 꼭 갈께요.
       Can I take a rain check?
       * 다음에 갈께요.
       Perhaps another time.
       * 다음에 하죠.
       I'll pass this time.
 
내 스케쥴을 확인해 보구.
       
Let me check my schedule.
       Let me check my calendar.
      : 우리나라에서 약속시간을 기입해두는 수첩을 흔히
        diary라고 하는 데, 미국에선 일반적으로 appointment
        book이라고 합니다. 
 내 생일 잔치에 초대하고 싶습니다.
        I'd like to invite you to my birthday party.
 당신을 초대해 저녁식사를 하고 싶습니다.
       I'd like to invite you to dinner.
 제가 저녁 식사를 대접하겠습니다.
       I'll treat you to dinner.
 나중에 우리와 함께 하시겠습니까?
      Would you like[care] to join us later?
 저와 저녁 식사를 함께 하시겠어요?
      How about having dinner with me?
 나중에 저희 집으로 초대하고 싶은데요.
       I want to invite you to my home some time.     

 우리 집에 와서 이야기하지 않겠어요?
      Why don't you drop round and have a chat with us?
 오늘 밤 외출하시겠습니까?
       Do you feel like going out tonight?
 언제 만나 얘기나 합시다.
      Let me meet soon and just talk.
 점심 같이 할 시간 있니?
      Will you be free to have lunch with me?
 저녁식사를 하러 와 주셨으면 합니다.
      Would you like to come for dinner?
 5시쯤 어떨까요? 저녁식사를 하기 전에 한 잔 하십시다.
       Why don't you come around 5:00 o'clock?
       We'll have a few drinks before dinner.
 오늘 저녁에 시간이 있나요?
       Are you free this evening? 
 우리와 함께 저녁 식사하는 게 어때요?
      How about joining us for dinner?
 오늘 밤에 같이 식사하러 나가시겠습니까?
      Why don't we go out for dinner tonight?
 다음 토요일 저녁에 시간 있으세요?
      Are you free next Saturday evening?
 내일 점심식사를 함께 하시겠습니까?
       Shall we have lunch together tomorrow?
 이번 일요일 저녁에 함께 식사하지 않겠어요?
       How would you like to come to dinner this coming
       Sunday evening?
 오늘 점심 같이 하면 어때?
       Why don't we have lunch together?
       How about having lunch together?
 우리 집에 식사하러 오시지 않겠어요?
       Can you come over to my place for dinner?
       How about having dinner with my family?
       Would you come down to my place to have dinner with us?
 함께 외식하러 가지 않겠어요?
       How would you like to go out for dinner with me?
 점심 먹으로 데리고 갈까?
       Can I take you to lunch?
 토요일 5시에 뵙도록 하겠습니다.
      We'll see you at 5:00 on Saturday.
 오늘 밤에 맥주 한 잔 어때요?
       What do you say to a beer tonight?
 오늘 저녁에 한턱 낼께.
       Let me treat you to dinner this evening.
 언제 식사라도 함께 하지요.
       Maybe we should have dinner one of these days.
 할 일 없으면 언제든지 놀러 오세요.
       Come to see me whenever you have nothing to do.
 당신 부부가 저녁 식사하러 오셨으면 좋겠어요.
       I want to have you and your husband over for dinner.
 술 드시러 오시지 않겠어요?
       We'd love to have you over for some drinks.
 근처에 오시면 언제라도 들르세요.
       Please drop in whenever you're in the neighborhood.
 좋을 실 때 아무 때나 들리세요.
       Please drop in anytime you feel like it.
 언제 놀러 오세요.
       Please come to see me some time.
 어제 밤 파티 즐거웠어요?
       Did you enjoy yourself at the party last night?
 내 생일 파티에 와 주세요.
      Please come to my birthday party.
 음악회에 가는 게 어떨까요?
       What do you say to going to the concert?
  Are you free now? 지금 시간 있으세요?
      When do you have time? 언제 시간 나세요?
      Do you have time tomorrow? 내일 시간 있으세요?
      Do you have any plan for this Saturday?
       이번 토요일에 무슨 계획 있으세요?
      Please keep next Sunday open.
      다음 일요일은 비워두세요
      I have nothing on my schedule today.
      오늘은 특별한 일이 없어요.
      I’ll find the time to see you.
      당신과 만날 시간을 마련할께요.
      I’m not free until after dinner.
      저녁식사 후에나 시간이 있어요.
      I already have lunch date at one o’clock.
      전 이미 1시에 점심약속이 있어요.
      I’m busy with work. 일 때문에 바빠요.
      I have a full schedule today.
      오늘은 스케줄이 꽉 찼어요.
  What time suit you? 몇 시가 좋으세요?
      How about seven o’clock? 7시는 어떠세요?
  
상대방의 의견을 구하는 표현
      How about ~?

   
   You'd better ~.
    
  Why don't you ~? 등이 있음
 이런 식으로 해보시지 않겠어요?
       Why don't we do it this way?
 일주일간 쉬는 게 어때요?
      Why don't you take a week off?
 우리 쉬도록 할까요?
      Shall we take a break?
 잠시 커피를 마시며 쉬기로 합시다.
      Let's have a coffee break, shall we? 
 나를 제외하고 모두가 초대를 받았다.  
      Everyone except me got an invitation.
 그는 초대를 받아들이는 것에 대해 망설였다.  
      He was hesitant about accepting the invitation.
 당신은 그 파티에 초대를 받았습니까?  
      Did you get an invitation to the party?
 우리는 정찬을 위해 그의 집에 초대되었다.
      We were called to his house for dinner.
 꽤 많은 사람들이 그 식에 초대되었다.
      Quite a few people were invited to the ceremony.
 당신 부부를 이번 저녁식사에 초대하고 싶은데요.
      I'd like to invite you and your husband to dinner.
 당신이 와주셨으면 해요.
     We hope you'll be able to come.
 A : Are you free later today?
     B : Sure.
     A : Good. We're having a party this evening. Can you make it?
     B : I'd love to come. Should I bring anything?
     A : No, just bring yourself. And it's going to be an informal party.
     B : I see. What time should I be there?
     A : Just be there around six.
     B : OK. A: 오늘 늦게 시간 있니?
     B : 응
     A : 잘됐구나. 오늘 저녁에 파티를 하거든. 올 수 있겠니?
     B : 응, 가고 싶어. 뭘 좀 가져가야 하니?
     A : 아니, 몸만 오면 돼. 비공식적인 파티거든.
     B : 알았어. 몇 시까지 가면 되니?
     A : 여섯 시쯤에 와.
     B : 좋아.  
 

 ◎ 방문할 때 ..... 대접할 때 .....

 지나던 길에 잠깐 들렸습니다.
       I was just passing, so I thought I'd look him up.
  인사하려고 잠깐 들렸습니다.
       I just dropped in to say hello. 
 제가 왔었다고 전해 주세요.
       Please tell him that I called.
 초대해 주셔서 감사합니다.
       Thank you for the invitation.
       Thank you for inviting me.
 멋진 파티예요. 오게 되어 기뻐요.
       It's a lovely party. I'm glad I came.
 멋진 저녁식사에 초대해 주셔서 감사합니다.
       Thank you very much for the wonderful dinner.
 뭐 마실 거라도 드릴까요?
      How about something to drink?
      What about something to drink?
      Would you like something to drink?
 도와드릴까요?
      Can I help you?
      Do you need any help?
      Can I give you a hand?
      Can I be of any help?
      Can I do anything for you?
      Is there anything I can do for you?
      What can I do for you?
 방해가 되지 않았으면 합니다.
      I don't want to take up too much of your time.
      I hope I'm not disturbing you.
      I hate to disturb you in any way.
 와 주셔서 감사합니다.
      Thank you for coming.
 와 주셔서 기쁩니다.
      I'm glad you could come.
 오신 것을 환영합니다.
      You're welcome to join us.
 어서 들어오십시오.
      Please come in.
      Come on in, please.
      Please come right in.
 자 어서 들어와 앉으십시오.
      Well, please come in and sit down.
 들어 오셔서 기다리겠습니까?
      Would you like to come in and wait?
 어서 오세요.
      Thank you so  much for coming.
      It's very nice to see you again.
      I'm so glad you've come.
      I'm happy you were able to come.
      Nice seeing you.
      How nice (it is) that you've come!
      Welcome to my place.
      Welcome! Nice seeing you again.
 어서 오세요. 정말 만나고 싶었습니다.
      You're most welcome.
      I've really been looking forward to seeing you.
 지금 만나실 수 있는 지 알아 보겠습니다.
      I'll check if he can see you right now.
 죄송합니다만 지금 외출 중이십니다.
      I'm sorry, but he's out right now.
 이쪽으로 오시죠.
      Why don't you come this way?
 이쪽입니다.
      This way, please.
 벌써 손님이 좀 와 계십니다.
      Several guests have already arrived.
 지금 손님이 계시는 데요. 잠깐만 기다리세요.
      He has a guest now.
      Would you mind waiting a few minute, please?
      He has  someone with him at the moment.
      Would you mind waiting for a couple of minute?
 기다려 주신다면 기뻐하실 것입니다.
      If you don't mind waiting, he'll be pleased to see you.
 지금은 안 계십니다만 오후 4시까지는 돌아 오십니다.
      She isn't in right now, but she'll be back by four this afternoon.
 메모를 남기겠습니까?
      Would you like to leave a message?
 정말 놀랐어요. 찾아 올 줄은 꿈에도 생각치 못했어요.
      This is a pleasant surprise.
      I didn't even dream that you would visit us.
 길을 쉽게 찾았습니까?
      Didn't you find the way easily?
      Didn't you have any trouble getting here?
 조그만 선물입니다.
      Here's something for you.
 거실로 가시지요.
      Why don't you come into the living room?  
 마음대로 머물러 주세요.
      I hope you'll stay with us as long as you like.
 무얼 마시겠습니까?
      What would you like to drink?
 칵테일 드시겠습니까?
      Would you like a cocktail?
 쥬스를 마시겠습니다.
      I'll have juice please.
 스낵은 어떠세요?
      Would you care for some snacks?
 편히 하세요.
      Please Make yourself at home.
      Please relax and make yourself at home.
      Sit down and take the lead out of your feet.
      Sit down and take the load off your feet.
      Make yourself comfortable.
      My house is your house.

 여기 앉으세요.
      Please be seated here.
      Sit down here, please.
      Take a seat, please.
 다리를 쭉 뻗으세요.
      Please stretch your legs.
 편안합니까?
      Are you comfortable enough? 
 저녁식사 준비가 되었습니다.
      Dinner is ready.
 뭐 도와드릴 거 없습니까?
      Can I help you with anything? Do you need any help?
 식당으로 가시지요.
      Please come into the dining room.
 코트를 받아 드릴까요?
      May I take your coat?
 코트 주세요
     Can I take your coat?
   
  Here, let me take your coat.
 
A : Hello, come on in.
     B : Hi. I"m sorry I'm late.
     A : That's OK. Can I take your coat?
     B : Oh, thank you.
     A : My pleasure. Please make yourself at home.
     B : How kind of you.
     A : 안녕하세요, 어서와요.
     B : 안녕하세요. 늦어서 미안합니다.
     A : 괜찮아요. 코트 받아드릴까요?
     B : 아, 고맙습니다.
     A : 뭘요. 편히 하세요
     B : 참 친절하시군요.
 실례지만 화장실이 어디죠?
      Excuse me, but where's  the washroom?
      May I use your bathroom?
      I'd like to wash my hands.
 마음껏 드십시오. 그리고 나서 이 접시들을 돌려 주세요.
      Help yourself and pass these dishes around.
 더 갖다 드릴 것이 없습니까?
      Is there anything else I can get you?
 음료수 갖다 드릴까요?
      Can I get you something to drink?
      Would you care for something to drink?
 맘껏 드시고 싶은 것을 드세요.
      Help yourself to anything you like.
 어서 드십시오.
      Go ahead and start eating.
 물을 더 먹을 수 있습니까?
      Could I have more water?
 음식을 좀 더 가져다 드리겠어요?
      I'll get you something to eat.
 충분히 먹었습니다.
      I've enough.
 많이 먹었습니다.
      I'm satisfied, thank you.
 아주 좋았어요.
      It was very good.

 
 

 훌륭한 저녁식사였습니다.
      This was a wonderful dinner.
 매우 맛있는 식사였습니다.
      This was a delicious meal.
 디저트는 거실에서 먹을까요?
      Shall we eat dessert in the family room?
 디저트는 무얼 드시겠습니까?
      What would you like for dessert?
 담배 피워도 됩니까?
      May I smoke?
 미안합니다만 삼가해 주십시오.
      Sorry, but we'd rather you didn't.
 재떨이 여기 있습니다.
      Here's an ashtray. 
 시간 내 주셔서 감사합니다.
      Thank you for your time.
 얘기 즐거웠습니다.
      I enjoyed talking with you.
 와주셔서 감사합니다.
      I'm glad you came.

 ◎ 초대에 승낙할 때 ........

 A: 오늘 오후에 제게 시간을 좀 내주시겠습니까?
       Could you spare me some time this afternoon?
     B: 기꺼이.
       I'd be happy to. 
       I'd be glad to. 
       With pleasure.
 초대에 기꺼이 응하겠습니다.
       I appreciate the invitation.
 기꺼이 가겠습니다.
       I'd very happy to (come).
       I'll be glad to (come).
       I'll be happy to (come).
       I'd like to (come).
       I'd love to.
 저희 둘 다 기꺼이 가겠습니다.
       We'd be very glad to come. 
 굉장하군요. 기꺼이 가겠어요.
      That's great. We'd be pleased to come.  
 대단히 기쁜 마음으로 초대를 받아들이겠습니다.
       
I accept your invitation with great pleasure.
 좋아요. 갈께요.
       O.K. I'm coming.
 꼭 가겠습니다.
       I'm sure I can come.
 물론이죠. 기꺼이 찾아 뵙겠습니다.
       Sure. I'll glad to come.
 무슨 일이죠?
       What's the occasion?
 집들이를 할 겁니다.
       I'm having a housewarming party.
 몇 명이나 옵니까?
       How many people are you expecting?
 거기에 누가 올 건가요?
      Who else is invited there?
      Are you going to ask anyone else?
      Who's going to be there?
 격식을 갖춘 모임입니까?
      Is it formal?
 몸만 오세요.(아무것도 안가져와도 됩니다.)
      Just bring yourself.
 정장 차림을 해야 하나요?
      Do I have to dress up?
 정장을 해야 합니다.
      You should dress up.
 평상복 차림으로 오세요.
      Come as you are.
      Just come over in your casuals.
 물론 가야지요. 시간하고 장소만 말씀하세요.
       Of course, I'll come. Just tell me the time and place.
 몇 시에 가면 됩니까?
       What time should I be there?
       What time should I come?
 그럼 그때 만나지요.
       See you then.
 한 시간 일찍 당신 집에 갈께요.
       I'll be at your house an hour early.
 초대해 주셔서 감사합니다.
      Thank you for having me.
      That's very kind of you.
      It's very nice of you to invite me.
      How nice of you to think of me! 
      Thank you very much for inviting me.
      Thank you for the invitation.
   
      Thank you for inviting me.
  당신의 초대에 감사드립니다.
       I appreciate your inviting.
  친절한 초대 고마워요.
       Thank you for your kind invitation.
  초대해 주신데 대해 다시 한번 감사드립니다.
       Thank you again for honoring me with an invitation.
  오늘 밤 저희들을 초대해 주시다니 정말 친절하시군요.
       It's so kind of you to invite us tonight.
  오늘 밤 저희들과 함께 해 주셔서 정말 기뻐요.
       It's real pleasure to have you with us tonight.
  오실 수 있으셔서 정말 기뻐요.
       I'm glad you were able to come.
  결혼 40주년을 축하하는 예배 및 기념파티에
      초대해 주셔서 감사합니다.
       I sincerely appreciate your inviting me to the church service
       and reception celebrating your 40th wedding anniversary.
  저녁식사에 초대해 주셔서 감사합니다. 정말 즐거웠습니다.
      Thank you for having me over this evening.
      I really enjoyed myself.
  좋아요.
      Great!
      That sound nice.
      That would be great.
      That sounds super.
      That sounds quite interesting.
  Where shall we meet? 어디에서 만날까요?
      How about Russian bar?  러시안 바가 어떠세요?
  Suit yourself. 좋으실 대로 하세요.
      Any time will be fine. 아무 때나 좋아요.
      Let’s make it at six. 6시에 만나죠.
      Don’t stand me up. 바람 맞히지 마세요.
      I’ll be expecting you. 기다리고 있을게요.
      Any place will do. 어디든 좋아요.
      You pick the place. 당신이 장소를 정하세요.
      I’ll meet you halfway. 중간에서 만나죠.
      I’ll come your way. 제가 그 쪽으로 가죠.
      Please come my way? 이쪽으로 오실래요?
      I’ll come and get you. 제가 당신을 데리러 갈게요.  

 ◎ 초대에 거절할 때 ........

 A: 오늘 저녁 함께 하실 수 있으세요?
       Will you be able to have dinner with us?
       Would you like to come over for dinner tonight?
    B: 미안하지만, 그럴 수 없습니다.
       Sorry, I can't make it.
       I'm afraid I can't (come).
       Unfortunately I can't (come).
       I'm sorry I can't.       
      저는 선약이 있어요.
       I'd love to. But I have other plans.
       I have a previous engagement.
 초대해 줘서 고마워, 하지만 그 날 선약이 있어.
       Thank you for asking, but I'm afraid I have a previous
       appointment that day.
 정말 거절하기 싫은 데, ...해야 돼. 다음 기회로 하자.
        I hate to turn you down, but I must .... .
        Maybe some other time..
 그러고 싶은 데 너무 바빠
        I wish I could, but I'm busy.
 다른 때는 언제든지 좋아, 하지만 이미 계획이 있어.
        I would love to any other time, but I've already made plans.
 다음 기회에 하면 안될까?
        Could you give me a rain check on that?

 가고는 싶지만 갈 수가 없네요.
       I'd love to, but I won't be able to go.
       I'd really love to, but I can't, I'm afraid.
 참석하고 싶지만 안되겠어요.
       I wish I could join you, but I can't.
 죄송합니다만 다른 약속이 있어서요.
       I'm sorry, but I have another engagement.
 가고 싶지만 오늘 밤에는 다른 계획이 있어요.
       I'd like to, but I have other plans tonight.
 죄송합니다만, 지금 당장은 바쁜데요.
       I'm sorry  I,m busy right now.
 금요일에는 다른 예정이 있습니다.
       I've already made plans for Friday.
 그 날은 갈 수 없을 것 같군요.
       I'm afraid  I can't come that day.
 미안하지만 그 말은 안되겠어요.
       Sorry, but I won't be able to make it that day.
 고맙지만, 지금은 너무 바빠요.
       Thank you, but I'm really too busy at the moment.
 다음 기회에 부탁합니다.
       I'll take a rain check.
 다음에 하면 어떨까요?
       How about some other time?
 다음 기회에 하죠.
       Perhaps next time.
 다음에 다시 권유해 주었으면 합니다.
       I hope you'll ask me again some other time.
 공교롭게도 그 때는 바빠서요.
       Unfortunately I'll be busy then.
 다른 날이 좋을 것 같군요.
       Another time, perhaps.
       Perhaps we can make it another time.
       Could we make it another time.
       May I take a rain check?
 A: 내일 저희와 식사를 같이 하시는 게 어떻습니까?
        How about joining us for a meal tomorrow?
     B: 죄송하지만 그럴 수 없을 것 같군요.
        I'm sorry, but I don't think I can.
        I'm afraid I can't. 
        I'm sorry, but I can't.

 ◎ 돌아 갈 때 ........

 이제 가 봐야겠습니다.
      I think I should be going now.
      I'm afraid I must be going now.
      I'm afraid I must say good-bye now.
      I've got to be on the way.
      I've got to take off now.
      I have to leave now.
      I think I'd better be going now.
      I must be running along.
 정말 집에 가 봐야 됩니다.
      I really have to get home.
 돌아갈 시간이네요.
      It's time to go.
      It's time we were off.
      I think it's about time to leave.
      It's time for me to be running along.
      If you'll excuse me, I really should be off now.
 자, 이제 작별을 고해야 겠군요.
      Well, I guess this is good-bye.
      I guess it's about time to say good-bye.
      Well, I guess I have to hit the road.
      I guess I have to go now.
      I guess I'd better be on my way.

 시간이  다 됐네요.
      Time is up.
 벌써 가시렵니까?
      Already?
      (Are you going back) So soon?
      Must you be really going?
      Can you stay a little longer?
      Do you have to leave so early?
 늦어서 가 봐야겠어요.
      Oh, I'm late. I should be going.
 차 한잔 더 드시고 가세요.
      Please stay for tea.
 저녁 식사나 하고  가세요.
      Can you stay for dinner?
 시간이 너무 늦었어요.
      I'm afraid it's getting rather late.
 이렇게 늦었는지 몰랐어요.
      I didn't realize how late it was.
 너무 오래 있었어요.
      I stayed too long without meaning to.
 안타깝게도 그만 가 봐야겠네요.
      I'm afraid I must be going.
 나 때문에 서둘러 가실 필요없어요.
      Please don't hurry away on my account.
 이만 돌아가 봐야겠어요.
      I've come to say goodbye.
 미안하지만 더 있을 수 없습니다.
     I'm sorry I can't stay any longer.
     I wish I could stay longer.
 가야겠어요, 그렇지 않으면 버스를 놓치거든요.
     I've got to go, or miss my bus.
 그렇다면 붙들지 않겠어요.
     Well, in that case, I won't try to hold you back.
     Then I won't detain you any longer.
 더 있고 싶지만 할 일이 남아 있어요.
      I'd like to (stay longer),
      but I have something to do yet today. 
 아주 즐거웠습니다.
      I had a very good time.
 정말 즐겁게 이야기했어요.
      I really enjoyed a pleasant talk with you.
 오늘 저녁 정말 즐거웠습니다.
      I really had a pleasant evening.
 정말 오늘 밤은 즐거웠습니다.
      I really enjoyed myself tonight.
 오늘 밤은 정말 재미있었습니다.
      I had lots of fun tonight.

 정말 즐거웠습니다. 감사합니다.
      I've really a good time. Thank you very much, indeed.
      I've really enjoyed myself. Thank you very much.
      Thank you very much. I've really enjoyed this evening with you.
      I really had a wonderful time tonight. Thank you very much.
      Thank you very much for such a wonderful evening.
 언제 가야 되죠?
      What time will you be leaving?
 가셔야 된다니 아쉽네요.
      It's too bad you have to go.
 맛있는 식사와 멋진 밤이었습니다.
      Thank you for the nice dinner and a lovely evening.
      I enjoyed dinner very much.
      Thank you for an excellent evening.
 또 와주세요.
      I hope you will visit us again.
 다시 들러 주세요.
      come again soon.
 꼭 다시 와 주세요.
      I do hope you'll come back again.
      I hope you'll come and see us again.
 그럼 자주 놀러 오세요.
      But you really must come and see me more often.
 언제라도 다시 오세요.
      Please come back any time you please.
 와 주셔서 즐거웠습니다.
      I really enjoyed having you.
      It was a pleasure having you.
      It was our pleasure. 
 또 일간 모입시다.
      Let's get together again soon.
 다음에는 꼭 저희 집에 와주세요.
      Next time you must come and visit me.
 다음에 언제 만날 수 있을까요?
      When will I see you next?
 주말 잘 보내요.
      Have a nice weekend!
 건강하세요.
      Take care.
 제 대신 안부 전해 주세요.
      Please say hello for me.
 안녕히 계세요. 여러 가지로 고마웠습니다.
      Good-bye, and thanks for everything.
 배웅해 주셔서 고마워요.
      It's nice of you to see me off. 
 호의에 감사합니다.
      Thank you very much for your hospitality.
 정말 서둘러 가 봐야겠습니다.
      I really have to rush.
 아쉽지만 그만 가봐야겠어요.
      I'm afraid I have to leave/go.
 7시까지 집에 도착해야 합니다.
      We must be home by seven.
 택시를 불러 드릴까요?
      Shall I call a taxi?
      Shall I phone for a taxi?
 저는 이만 일어나야겠어요.
      Well, I guess I'd better be going.
 마음껏 즐겼습니다.
      I enjoyed myself very much.
 당신을 알게 되었던 것 기쁘게 생각합니다.
      I'm glad to have met you.
 그 사람한테 작별인사 전해주세요.
      Please say good bye to him.
      Please say farewell to him for me.
     Please, my regards to him.
      Please, give my regards to him.

 이젠 작별하고 집에 돌아갈 시간이네요.
      It's time to say goodbye and go home.
 작별인사
      Good bye ! = See you later ! = Take care !
      = See you soon ! = Talk to you later !
      = Take it easy !
 '훌륭한 파티였다'는 말의 표현
      I enjoyed every minute fo it(the party).
     Thank you very much for a wonderful party.
      I really had a pleasant evening(party).
      I had lots of fun tonight.   
 파티의 종류
      welcome party(환영회), fare-well party(환송회),
      barbecue party(바베큐 파티)
      cocktail party(칵테일 파티), garden party(가든 파티)등