당나귀 Listening-Book 1 (E)
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artist
a person who creates art as a job
I think Salvador Dali was the greatest artist in history.
backpack
a bag with straps that go over your shoulders
It is easy to carry things in a backpack.
be away
to not be home
I'm going to be away for the next week.
believe
to be confident that something is true
I believe the story is true.
bestseller
a product that is sold in the largest numbers
The bestseller list of books were on the New York Times.
borrow
to take or receive something, belonging to another, with the promise of returning it
Please ask if you want to borrow something.
call
to voice something loudly
To get their attention, you need to call them.
come out
become visible or appear
The sun will come out tomorrow at 6:15 a.m.
comment
a statement made about something
His hurtful comments made her cry and leave the room.
convenience store
a small store
There is a new convenience store at the corner.
cool
nice, awesome
Felix looks really cool in those sunglasses.
corn
a type of vegetable that grows on a stalk
"However, I would rather have a piece of corn than a peck of pearls!"
discount
a (small) sum taken off the price of something
He gave me a discount of 20%.
dish
a shallow container that you serve food in
During the evening, Don laid his armor in a horse’s water dish.
donation
an act of presenting something as a gift
Charity is defined as generous donations given to aid the poor.
draw
to create an image using pen or pencil and paper
I like to draw pictures of people.
each other
one another
Remember to hold hands with each other when you cross the street.
elementary school
four to eight years of child's education
elementary school teaches children basic subjects.
envy
to desire something that another person has
I envy you for finding such a beautiful girl.
error
a mistake
His written work is full of errors.
expensive
cost a large amount of money
These cars were expensive.
fail
not to be successful
She failed the test. Zhuge Liang promised to kill himself if he failed.
find
to get back a thing lost
I can't find my English book anywhere!
funny
causing laughter
He writes all kinds of funny stories.
go inside
to go and being on the side closer to the center
Students should stop playing and go inside to take a break.
grade
a class of year at school
Lesley started first grade today.
grocery store
a market where groceries are sold
My brother bought some bananas from the grocery store.
hang
to attach by the top
It hangs in a building in the American city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
have ~ in common
to have some same things or opinions each other
We don't have anything in common.
help out
to aid; to assist
Go help out that person with his work.
hobby
an activity that you enjoy doing in your spare time
Some people give flowers as a gift, some people grow flowers as a hobby, and some people eat them!
hurry
to rush or move quickly
We are late. hurry up!
hurry
to rush or move quickly
We are late. hurry up!
in need
needing soimething, especially because one is poor
The victims are in need of food and water.
include
to take in or consider along with
Often these songs include lots of dancers in beautiful clothes.
laugh
to show happiness with sound and a smile
Everyone laughed at the joke.
lettuce
a garden vegetable that has large thin leaves that are eaten raw, often in salads
Jill did not want to have any lettuce added to the salad she ate for lunch.
librarian
a person who is in charge of or works in a library
The librarian helped me find a book.
library
(a building or room containing) a collection of books, tapes, videos etc
She checked the book out of the library.
look at
to direct one's eyes toward
She looked at him like he was a hero.
look for
to try to find
We look for our friends’ house to play.
look forward to
to expect; to hope for eagerly
I will be looking forward to your response.
lucky
experiencing good things, results, and successes as a result of chance alone
I’m lucky to meet you here.
member
a person who belongs to a group
All of the members wear the same clothing.
middle school
level between elementary and high school
middle school students like team building activities.
minute
sixty seconds and one sixtieth of an hour
Please give me ten minutes to get ready.
order
to place a request for a product or food or drink
What did you order for dinner?
pay
money that one receives in exchange for work
Her job is hard work, but the pay is good.
pencil case
a container used to store pencils
My pencil case is blue and it has one pocket.
per hour
in one hour
The speed limit is 30 miles per hour.
picture
a painting, drawing, or photograph
These are pictures of my friends.
poor
having little money or property
He is so poor that he cannot buy anything.
prepare
to become ready for a future activity, event, or purpose
He is preparing lunch. "Find the cook who prepared the fish."
price
cost of something
By developing the assembly line, Henry discovered a way to make lots of cars at a cheaper price.
ready
being prepared to do something
You must be in a ready state when we are on a plane.
recipe
a set of directions for making a dish
I always use my aunt’s recipe to make spaghetti sauce.
release
to allow something to be printed or shared with the public
The movie will be released next month.
report
an account of something which gives the necessary facts and information
Can you hand in the report on time?
reserve
to book something at a particular time in the future
Can I reserve a table by the window?
return
to put something back to its original place
return books to the library when done reading them.
return
to put something back to its original place
return books to the library when done reading them.
revise
to look over something again in order to correct it or include new information
Please revise this paper prior to submitting it for your final grade.
shorts
short trousers for men or women.
She is washing her shorts.
smart
being wise and clever
That student is very smart.
sold out
having all tickets or accommodation sold
The movie was sold out on opening night.
striped
having stripes or bands
The referee wore a black and white striped shirt.
submit
to agree
I have yet to submit my written report.
ticket
a printed piece of paper that shows that someone has paid to enter a place or travel somewhere
Let’s buy a ticket for that movie!
tuna
a large fish of warm seas
She is having a tuna sandwich for her breakfast.
unfortunately
in an unlucky way
unfortunately, she won't be able to attend the meeting today.
unless
except under the circumstances
You can't get a job unless you've got experience.
welcome
to receive or greet with pleasure and gladness
The salesman wasn't welcomed into the house.
worry
to feel concerned or troubled about something
I don’t like to worry about big tests.
allowance
an amount of money given from parents
My mom is raising my allowance this week!
almost
very nearly
Once, wolves were almost extinct in America, but recently, the number of wolves has multiplied in Montana, Idaho, and Wyoming.
amusement park
a place where people can go to enjoy games, rides, and other activities
We went to an amusement park last Saturday.
arrive
to come to a place where you want to stay
The train will arrive at 12:30.
belonging
personal possession
Dr. Cuss and Mr. Bunting, the vicar, were both in the parlor examining the invisible man’s belongings.
bridge
a structure built over water or land that allows people to cross over
The Golden Gate bridge is a famous place in San Francisco.
call
a contact or exchange made on the telephone
The referee made too many foul calls.
career
a way of making a living; a job
That will be a good career move.
contest
an event where people attempt to do things better than others in order to win
These students are preparing a robot for a contest in the USA.
cooperation
act of working with someone toward a common goal
The goal of kindergarten is to teach children cooperation.
course
a series of classes about a particular subject in a school
The after-school program would begin in January, and it would offer several different after school courses and activities.
customer
a person who purchases goods or sevices
I am not satisfied with the customer service.
done
past participle of "do"
What have I done to deserve such terrible treatment?
driver's license
document permitting somebody to drive
She got her driver's license when she was 20 years old.
due
expected according to timetable, promise etc
The bus is due to arrive in three minutes.
enroll
to take or put someone into a group or organization
I have to enroll in two languages classes this semester in order to graduate on time.
exam
a test to determine a person's health or knowledge in a certain subject
She really wants to pass the exam.
exciting
casing great interest or excitement
She waited and waited for something exciting to happen.
fall asleep
to go to sleep
I couldn't fall asleep so I watched a movie.
fault
a mistake
He was in an accident, but it wasn’t his fault.
follow
to conform to rules, regulations, directions, ect., exactly
People have to follow the rules in sports.
get married
to become a husband or a wife
My sister got married last week.
get together
to meet with someone to organize something
We had a small get together at my house over the weekend.
gift
something that is given to a person in order to express good feelings
A card is the greatest gift.
have to
to be obligated to do something
We have to meet later.
in a minute
a short time later
I'll do it in a minute.
increase
to (cause to) grow in size, number etc
The number of children in this school has increased greatly in recent years.
insane
being mentally ill
He looks insane. "Are you insane?" cried the Police Inspector.
join
to become part of a team or group
Please join my family for dinner this Saturday.
laundry
items of made of cloth that have been or must be washed
Did you hang the laundry out to dry?
middle school
level between elementary and high school
middle school students like team building activities.
miss out
to lose an opportunity to do something
She missed out her time to study for her exam.
mow the lawn
cut down an area of grass
Sam mowed the lawn with his brother.
no matter what
regardless of
I will make sure get the job no matter what.
on time
at or before a given time
He needs to leave now or he will never get there on time.
pick up
to meet; to give a ride to someone
He went to pick up his son from school.
pick up
to collect or gather
I will go and pick up some take-away.
possession
something you own
Everyone must bring all their possessions with them.
practice
to do something repeatedly in order to improve a skill
I practice soccer every day.
promise
a declaration that one will or will not do something
The Wizard promised to help, but he wanted the Wicked Witch’s broom handle.
protect
to guard something
All of Achilles’ body was protected, except for the place where his mother held him, which was by his heel.
quit
to stop
Babe quit high school to play basketball.
red light
a signal that instructs vehicles to stop
The red light flashed when I was about to cross the street at a crosswalk.
refrigerator
a machine which keeps food cold and so prevents it from going bad
There is some ice in the refrigerator.
regret
to feel sorry about something
You won’t regret it!
rule
a general standard that guides one's actions
rules are there to make society more fair and safe.
schedule
a plan of things to do and their times
Let me tell you about my daily schedule.
score
the points scored in a sporting event
The score of the game was 2-2.
September
the ninth month of the year, the month following August
He hasn't played for Korea since last september.
serious
causing worry; dangerous
The doctor is worried I might have a serious disease.
shin
the front part of a person's leg between the knee and foot
When you play soccer, be sure to wear guards to protect your shins.
shopper
customer or purchaser
The mall is always busy with crowds of shoppers.
sightseeing
visiting the buildings, places of interest of an area
The tourists are walking around the streets, shopping and sightseeing.
singing
the art or activity of making musical sounds with one's voice
Do you do much singing nowadays?
sleepy
feeling tired and wanting to sleep
She is sleepy. She takes a nap.
soccer game
a game played on a teams of 11 players
I watched a soccer game. It was between Korea and Japan.
sore
hurting
His arms and legs were sore.
sound
to make a sound
Her voice sounds lovely.
stolen
past participle of steal
Claudio thought Don Pedro had stolen Hero from him and was mad that she had been taken away.
teach
to give knowledge, information, or lessons in a school setting
Kayla’s mom teaches her how to grow a garden.
throat
the part of the neck that is below the chin
I need some water. My throat is very dry.
totally
in a complete manner
You look like a totally new person in that suit.
tournament
a competition
She won many tournaments.
traffic
the vehicles or number of vehicles in a particular area or on a particular road
Rush hour traffic is always bad.
unattended
without the owner present; not being watched or cared for
Never leave young children unattended.
voice
the sound that a person or animal makes with their mouth and throat
Megan has a very beautiful singing voice.
wait for
left or prepared for you to collect
I've been waiting for John for two hours.
wake up
to stop sleeping
What time are you going to wake up tomorrow?
warm-hearted
having sympathy or kindness
My grandfather is a very warm-hearted man.
weak
not strong
I'm weak but my father is strong.
wedding
a marriage ceremony
Zeus gave the couple a box as a wedding present.
weekend
the end of the week, usually between Friday evening and Monday morning
How was your weekend?
wish
to want
He wished to stay in Neverland and never grow old.
world
the earth and everything on it
The world is a very huge place.
writer
a person who writes, especially for a living
Dickens was a famous English writer
wrong
not morally or socially correct
Other people believed that slavery was wrong and tried to stop it.
absent
not present; missing
He was absent from school for the first time all year.
academic
educational; scholarly
I received an academic scholarship for my good grades.
accessory
an item of clothing or jewelry that complements clothing
My mother likes to wear lots of accessories when she goes to work.
aisle
a long narrow space between rows of seats
You should always keep the aisles of an airplane clear.
artist
a person who creates art as a job
I think Salvador Dali was the greatest artist in history.
as far as
for as great distance as
"as far as we can tell, she was in there for at least a year."
assignment
a task or job that is given to someone to do
The assignment is due on Monday. If you hand it in late, it will be docked two points per day.
be away
to not be home
I'm going to be away for the next week.
better
in a better or more excellent manner or more advantageously or attractively or to a greater degree etc
I felt better after I had a good nights sleep.
blood pressure
pressure exerted by blood
The nurse took my blood pressure and wrote it down on the chart.
brush teeth
using a toothbrush to clean one's teeth
I brush my teeth three times a day.
call
to voice something loudly
To get their attention, you need to call them.
catch up on
to do work that you should have finished already
I'm working more today to catch up on things.
change
to switch from one thing to another
Alonso wanted to become a knight, so he got a suit of armor and changed his name to Don Quixote.
clean up
to make an area clean
I like to clean up my house.
confident
believing ones ability or talent
He is confident that he could do her job.
damage
to make less effective or less usable etc; to spoil
The storm didn't do much damage to our town.
delicious
taste very good
"Then you can catch me again and I will be the most delicious fish!"
downstairs
down the stairs; to a lower floor
Go downstairs to get to a lower floor. She asked her father, "May I get up and go downstairs?"
economics
the study of trade, industry and money
I have to study for an economics exam tomorrow.
enough
as much as necessary
However, when it gets close enough, it can catch a tasty fish and eat it!
enthusiastic
excited and interested
The expressions of the people who had looked enthusiastic.
especially
particularly
He especially liked to make human shapes, like mothers and children.
even though
in spite of the fact
even though we tried hard, we didn't finish.
exam
a test to determine a person's health or knowledge in a certain subject
She really wants to pass the exam.
exhibition
a public display
The book exhibition is going to hold at the end of this month.
facility
a building, place or machine that is made for a specific purpose
Where is the nearest sports facility?
fail
to be unsuccessful in passing a class or exam
I didn't want to fail the test, so I studied hard.
fashion
a popular way of dressing during a certain time
fashions in music and art are always changing.
final
last
A final way to slow climate change is to put less garbage into landfills.
fixed
fastened; immovable
He has very fixed ideas. He doesn’t change them often.
for a long time
a prolonged period of time
We haven't seen each other for a long time.
form
shape or configuration
One of the main forms of electricity is lightning.
fresh
new or like new; not old or spoiled
These apples are fresh; I got them this morning.
get to
arrive
Airplanes make it easy for people to get to where they need to go quickly.
go on a trip
take a short journey
They want to go on a trip with their children
grade
a mark in a school course of study
A good grade will boost the confidence of the student.
gym
a place for exercise
Classes were offered to those living in Hull House and the house also had an art gallery, gym, bathhouse, and library.
have trouble ~ing
to make someone feel anxious or worried
Nowadays I have trouble sleeping well at night.
height
how tall a thing or person is
That tree is two meters in height.
improve
to (cause to) become better, of higher quality etc
His work has greatly improved.
in a hurry
having no time to wait
The students were in a hurry to get to class.
in front of
directly before or ahead of
The woman is napping in front of the fan.
language
human speech
I speak English language really well.
lecture
a talk about a subject given to a group or class
Sometimes it is hard to stay awake during long lectures.
location
a place
The English wanted Australia because of its location.
lose weight
to make one's body weight decrease
He said his wife needs to lose weight.
make friends with
an acquaintance; being in a close relationship
Recently, he looks like he is making friends with Tom.
map
a piece of paper that shows a part of the earth
Can you find Australia on a map?
measure
to judge in comparison with
The doctor have to measure the little boy’s height.
meat
the flesh of animals used as food
A kebab is a type of meat dish.
miss
to fail to hit or obtain a desired result
I try to toss the ball into the basket, but I miss.
museum
a building where artwork and artifacts are kept
This museum is in Washington D.C.
patient
a person receiving or waiting for medical care
How many patients are in the hospital?
pear
a type of fruit
My favorite fruit is the pear.
plan
to consider and organize the parts of something before it happens or exists
A meeting has been planned for early next year.
plan
an agreed upon method for doing something
The plan was to trick the Trojans into believing the wooden horse was a gift.
popular
liked or enjoyed by many people
She is very popular with children.
prevent
to keep from occurring
At first, Jane wanted to be a doctor, but poor health prevented her from finishing her studies.
protective
defending from harm or danger
The fire fighter wore a protective suit.
qualified
having the proper training and skills
Until you get your basic maintenance certification, I'm afraid you're not qualified for this position.
refrigerator
a machine which keeps food cold and so prevents it from going bad
There is some ice in the refrigerator.
score
the points scored in a sporting event
The score of the game was 2-2.
section
a part or piece that something is divided into
You can find cucumbers in the vegetables section of a supermarket.
similar
almost the same as something else
They made sounds similar to classical music.
sound
to make or give an impression especially when heard
It doesn’t sound like an easy place to live, does it?
staff
a group of people who work for a company or business
We had a new member join our staff at the museum today.
stop by
to visit; to come over for a short time
stop by my house anytime to visit.
strawberry
a type of small, juicy, red fruit
I like to eat strawberry with vanilla ice cream.
subway station
a terminal where subways load and unload passengers
The subway stations are full of art.
suddenly
without a warning
But suddenly, Larry arrived!
summertime
a period of summer
summertime is the warmest season of the year.
take off
to remove clothing from one's or another's body
She took off her coat.
think about
to consider; to give thought to
The students will think about their essay topics.
traffic
the vehicles or number of vehicles in a particular area
There is a stream of traffic on the highway.
turn
the time when it is one's chance or duty to do something
He is patiently waiting for his turn.
twin
one of a pair of children born at the same time to the same mother
She and her twin look the same.
whether
(used to introduce two choices or possibilities)
I'm going on my vacation whether you want to come or not.
3D
having a three-dimensional form or appearance
It is a fun 3d animation movie about lovely monsters.
ad
a public notice or advertisement
I saw a funny ad on TV last night.
almost
nearly but not quite
Come inside. It’s almost time for dinner!
already
before a certain time
Did you eat five pieces of candy already?
amazing
causing great surpise or wonder
He showed an amazing performance.
answer
to speak or act in response
I don't know how to answer the difficult math question.
attention
notice, interest, or awareness
One announcement grabbed Martin’s attention.
be interested in
to give your attention to something
I am interested in learning Spanish.
beat
a regular stroke or its sound
I like the beat of that song.
believe
to be confident that something is true
I believe the story is true.
boring
uninterested in
Jason hates staying inside because it is so boring.
come back
go back to somewhere or something earlier
I’ll wait here until you come back.
curly hair
wavy hair, not straight
Her dark curly hair was thick and short.
dancer
a person who is dancing, or whose job is to dance
The dancer moves freely on stage.
desk
a table, usually for writing on
You should do your work at a desk.
director
the person who tells the actors and other people working on a movie what to do
The film director came on a video screen and told her to sit down.
drop
to let something fall
Agnes dropped the ball into the ocean.
due
expected according to timetable, promise etc
The bus is due to arrive in three minutes.
eyeglasses
lens worn to assist defective eyesight
Do you need a pair of eyeglasses?
fantastic
wonderful
She told me some fantastic story about her father being a Grand Duke!
figure skate
an ice skate worn for figure skating
I learned how to figure skate and I enjoyed the time learning.
final test
a term-end examination
Just that very morning the principal of the Academy had said Wanda was ready for her final test.
find out
to discover; to learn
Her parents are angry with her because they found out that she wasn't going to her classes.
floor
a particular level in a building
We took the elevator to the tenth floor.
forever
being of a long duration, with no end in time
They wanted to be together forever, so they got married.
free time
spare time
His free time does not coincide with mine.
front
the forward part of something
The boy stands at the front of the classroom.
give up
to stop doing something permanently
If you give up, that means you stop trying to do something.
go hiking
go on an extended work for exercise
I'd like to go hiking if I have the time.
invitation
a polite written or spoken offer for someone to attend an event
I received an invitation to join my co-workers for dinner.
job
work that a person does for money
She needs money, so she wants to get a job.
laundry
clothes that need to be washed or have just been washed
We couldn’t always do laundry because that cost money!
librarian
a person who is in charge of or works in a library
The librarian helped me find a book.
literature
books or other writing
Chopin enjoyed reading literature about his home country Poland.
living room
a room used for relaxing or getting together with family or friends
We watch TV in the living room.
look at
to direct one's eyes toward
She looked at him like he was a hero.
look for
to try to find
We look for our friends’ house to play.
lose
to be unable to find something or someone
Did you lose your wallet last weekend?
midnight
the middle of the night, specifically 12 o'clock at night
It is very dark at midnight.
midterm
the middle period of a term, as of an ELECTED official's time in power or a school year
midterm tests are very important.
miss
not taking a chance
I missed seeing the movie when it was out.
movie theater
a theater where movies are shown to the public
People are at a movie theater.
neither
also not or equally not
He doesn’t want it, and neither does she. "neither can I," Nancy agreed.
order
to place a request for a product or food or drink
What did you order for dinner?
perform
to do something, especially something difficult or that requires special skills
Is that actress still performing in the play?
phone
a telephone
I called you on the phone today, but you weren't home.
pick up
to meet; to give a ride to someone
He went to pick up his son from school.
pleasure
a feeling of happiness or enjoyment
It was a great pleasure to meet the president.
pool
a large container or hole that is filled with water and used for people to swim in
We can swim in the pool.
poster
a large notice or advertisement printed on a large paper
Jenny has a poster of clowns on her wall.
practice
to do something repeatedly in order to improve a skill
I practice soccer every day.
prepare
to get or make something ready
I have to prepare a report about my presentation.
president
the leader of a republic
There will be an election in South Korea to elect a new president.
professor
a university teacher who is the head of a department
He is a English professor at University of Leeds.
rather
more willingly; preferably
I'd rather stay home and do my homework.
report
an account of something which gives the necessary facts and information
Can you hand in the report on time?
research
the careful study of sources to discover information about a subject
The research showed us that our theory was correct.
reservation
an agreement to keep something
We made a reservation at our favorite restaurant tonight.
rhythm
a pattern of sound and beats in music
People can dance to the rhythm of the music.
science
the study of the natural world
He studied physical science in college and received an A.
scuba diving
the sport of swimming under the water
Have you ever tried scuba diving?
second
next after the first
The Liberty Bell cracked a second time, but this time, the crack was not fixed.
service
the process of serving customers in a hotel, shop etc.
Today, two young boys were given an award for their service to the community.
stressful
causing emotional stress
I like to quit this stressful job.
suddenly
without a warning
But suddenly, Larry arrived!
third
being next after the second in order
A third simple machine is a pulley.
turn
the time when it is one's chance or duty to do something
He is patiently waiting for his turn.
wake up
to stop sleeping
What time are you going to wake up tomorrow?
while
during the time that
He watches television while he eats.
active
(busily) involved
She is an active supporter of women's rights.
alarm clock
a clock with a loud noise in order to wake one up
The student didn't hear his alarm clock, so he slept too much.
allowance
a set amount of money given on a regular basis
Sue asked her parents for more allowance.
annoy
to bother or slightly anger someone
Hecate was annoyed that the three other witches had not included her in the meeting.
badminton
a sports game involving a racquet and shuttlecock
She has a new badminton racket.
be good at
to do something well
My brother is good at using computers.
bored
to be uninterested in
Amy was so bored during the movie that she slept.
broken
no longer working as it should
The refrigerator seems to be broken - it's not cold inside.
calorie
a measure of energy used by humans and animals
My diet allows me only 1,200 calories per day.
carry
to bring something from one place to another
For something to have a smell, a very tiny piece of it is carried into the air and into someone’s nose!
case
a particular situation or event that is an example of something
Detectives were finding this case difficult to solve.
cellphone
short wave digital telecommunication
Today, just about everyone has a cellphone.
check out
to borrow something like a book for a set amount of time
I need to check out a book.
chew
to bite and work in the mouth
Some fruits have a tough skin, which can be harder to chew and to digest.
compared to
discover similarities or differences
The strawberries look fresh compared to the watermelon.
delicious
taste very good
"Then you can catch me again and I will be the most delicious fish!"
doctor
a person who gives medical treatment
At first, Jane wanted to be a doctor, but poor health prevented her from finishing her studies.
earn
to get money for work that you have done
He earned it by doing chores.
English
the main language of England and the rest of Britain, North America
I studied english for four years.
envy
to desire something that another person has
I envy you for finding such a beautiful girl.
erupt
to burst out suddenly and violently
The volcano erupted with an incredible force.
eruption
a sudden explosion
Others believe that dinosaurs couldn’t survive the earth’s changing climate, and other scientists believe many volcanic eruptions killed the dinosaurs.
evidence
something that shows an idea to be true
Do you have enough evidence of his guilt to arrest him?
expensive
costing lots of money or more than expected
That car is $90,000! That’s really expensive!
fall asleep
to go to sleep
I couldn't fall asleep so I watched a movie.
feel
to experience something physical or emotional, to have an opinion
He felt very hot after walking for half the morning.
fight
to try to hurt someone with weapons or physical force
Stop fight or I will call the police.
firm
having strong support for someone or something
It was Mandela's firm belief that the struggle for freedom was not only for the oppressed but also for the oppressors.
forget
to not remember something
How absent minded of you to forget the tent.
fried eggs
cooked egg that is fried on a pan
Children love to eat fried eggs!
get along with
have a smooth relationship
My older brother and I really get along with each other.
give a call
to call ~
Give me a call when you get into town.
good
of high quality
I had a good sleep last night.
hard
not easy
It is hard to carry the heavy box.
hate
to strongly dislike
My mother hates to exercise.
insomnia
a condition in which a person is not able to sleep for many nights
Doctor, I can't sleep. I have insomnia.
instead
in place of something
However, they are usually named after flowers, animals, and other objects instead of people.
insurance company
a company that pays the expenses if you have an accident
He works at an insurance company.
keyboard
a set of keys that are pressed on a computer input information or data
You need to be familiar with the keyboard in order to type quickly.
magma
hot material from inside the earth
Thermophiles live in pools of water that are heated by hot magma.
mention
to refer to something briefly
He mentioned that he had a friend named Ernest.
money
something used as a way to pay for goods and services
He is rich. He has a lot of money!
neighbor
a person who lives near another person
My neighbor is a very kind person.
nightmare
a dream that is very frightening or upsetting
He rushed to her room, when she had nightmares.
noise
a sound, particularly one that is loud, displeasing or frightening
They were making too much noise at the cafe.
office
a room that often contains a desk and chair where business is done
He is working in his office.
on a diet
to be eating less in order to lose weight or get healthy
Look at me! I’m far too fat, and I’m going on a diet.
part time job
employment that carries fewer hours than a full-time job
I needed money, so I got a part time job.
per day
하루에
Human blood travels about 19,000 kilometers per day.
phone
a telephone
I called you on the phone today, but you weren't home.
pick up
to meet; to give a ride to someone
I need to pick up my sister at the airport.
pick up
to lift up, to collect something or someone from a certain place
I pick up the phone.
plan
to consider and organize the parts of something before it happens or exists
We must plan how to create the bridge.
prepare
to make or get ready
The teacher wants us to prepare a summary for the article.
prepare
to make or get ready
The teacher wants us to prepare a summary for the article.
pretty
very
Creating an application is pretty cool!
problem
a difficulty; a matter about which it is difficult to decide what to do
There is a problem with his car. It won’t start.
quiet
making little or no sound; not talking much or at all
Please be quiet in the library.
quite
fairly; rather; to a certain extent
Traveling underground is quite common!
racket
a device used for hitting a ball in sports like tennis
Oh, my tennis racket has a broken string!
recommendation
something you recommend or suggest
After they finished their project, Olivia wrote a report with a recommendation for the cafeteria.
redo
to perform a specific task again; reconstruct
The professor advised her to redo the design of the master suite.
rice
a type of grain
A curry is a meal made of meats, vegetables, rice, and curry.
seriously
to a large or extreme degree
Her mother was seriously worried about her grades.
skip
to not do or deal with something that would typically occur next
I know that I shouldn't but I often skip breakfast.
smell
to be able to sense an ODOR
These lemons smell so good.
snack
a small amount of food that is less than a meal
In some countries such as Thailand, people eat cockroaches as a snack.
spend
to pass (time)
I spent a week in Spain this summer.
subtraction
the process of finding the difference between numbers
He created an iphone app that allow kids to practice addition and subtraction.
suddenly
without a warning
But suddenly, Larry arrived!
summer vacation
school holiday in summer
The teacher told the students to write a diary during their summer vacation.
tough
being difficult to complete or work with
Last night's homework assignment was very tough.
university
(the buildings or colleges of) a centre of advanced education and research, that has the power to grant degrees
He'll have four years at university after he leaves school.
unlucky
having bad luck or bad fortune
Becky had convinced him that she had been unlucky.
urgent
expressing a need for action
I have come with an urgent and important message from your wife.
used to
did habitually
Julie used to be my best friend, but she betrayed me so we are not friends anymore.
vegetable
any plant with parts used as food
Candy, vegetables, and even butter have been used to make works of art.
wait for
left or prepared for you to collect
I've been waiting for John for two hours.
walk
to move on foot with someone or something
He walks on this road to get home.
wind
a natural movement of air outside
They can withstand bad weather and heavy winds.
ability
the power and skill to do something
Midas asked Silenus for the ability to turn anything he touched into gold.
academic
educational; scholarly
I received an academic scholarship for my good grades.
afraid
feeling fear
Captain Hook was also afraid of an alligator.
after a while
later in a short time
after a while, she learned that Chen wasn’t mining.
angry
feeling or showing anger
My parents were angry at my grades.
article
a piece of writing
He had to find an article for a school project.
bottom
the lowest level, part or point of an object
The hiker walked home from the bottom of the valley.
cash
money in its physical form, such as metal coins or paper bills
Did you bring enough cash to pay for parking?
chance
possibility
A good thing about living in an extended family is there’s less chance to feel lonely.
charge
to ask for payment from a customer
However, the store can then charge interest on the item.
church
a building for CHRISTIAN worship
The church was full of people singing hymns.
circle
a round shape
We arranged the chairs in a circle.
complicated
difficult, not easy
The test was very complicated, and I don't think I did very well.
convenience store
a small store
There is a new convenience store at the corner.
definite
being said or done in a way that is clear and easily understood
I will definitely join you for dinner tonight.
depend on
to be conditioned or determined by
We may go to the beach tomorrow depending on the weather.
discount
a (small) sum taken off the price of something
He gave me a discount of 20%.
discount
a (small) sum taken off the price of something
He gave me a discount of 20%.
draw
to create an image using pen or pencil and paper
The technician at the blood bank will draw your blood.
elect
to select someone for an office or position by voting for them
Mr. Gregsbury did not keep the promises he made when he was elected to parliament.
extra
more than what is required
The government can also collect taxes by charging extra money when you buy goods at a store.
fat
having too much flesh or fat on the body
My friend has gotten fat over the summer.
final
the very last
The final chapter of the book was touching.
friendly
kind and willing to make friends
She is very friendly to everybody.
get used to
to become comefortable; to grow accustomed
She needs to get used to living with a lower budget from now on.
grab
to take hold of suddenly or with force
When I realized I was late, I grabbed my jacket and ran out the door.
healthier
in good health
Organic foods are not only healthier, but they’re also better for the environment!
holiday
a period away from work or school, for rest
holidays are always exciting!
housewarming party
a party that one gives when you move into a new house
She gave me a call that the housewarming party will be held this Saturday.
in the afternoon
time between the middle of the day and the evening
She asked me if I can go shopping in the afternoon.
in the evening
part of the day between the afternoon and the night
Do you want to go for a movie in the evening?
in the morning
the part of each day when the sun rises
What time do you wake up in the morning?
instruction
the written or spoken information about how to do or use something
Read the instructions carefully.
invite
to ask someone to come to a place or event
Mrs. Jones invited us into her home.
line
a long continuous mark on any surface
The people stood in a line to get on the bus.
lose weight
to make one's body weight decrease
He said his wife needs to lose weight.
mashed potatoes
potatoes that have been boiled and crushed
She has some mashed potatoes on her plate.
midterm
the middle period of a term, as of an ELECTED official's time in power or a school year
midterm tests are very important.
offer
to give someone the opportunity to accept (something)
The after-school program would begin in January, and it would offer several different after school courses and activities.
onion
an onion is a round vegetable with a brown skin that grows underground
Some people hate the smell of onions.
organic
food grown without synthetic chemical additives
I always buy organic food if I can.
patch
a piece of material used to cover a hole or strengthen an area on an item
I need a patch made of heavy cloth to repair a hole in my tent.
position
the particular way in which someone or something is sitting or standing
In what position should I put the sofa?
pour
to send a liquid falling from a container
Next, the hot mixture is poured into molds shaped like crayons.
process
a set of actions that produce a particular result
The process of lawsuits can take several years.
product
things that people use
Some large companies make many products that we use every day.
pure
being morally good
Tell her that my love is pure.
refund
a sum of money that you get back if you paid too much or are returning a purchased item
Their problems included insufficient supply, refund problems, and issues with sale-product quality.
represent
to be a sign or symbol of something
The color red represents danger.
result
the product of things that happened before
The result was positive.
scold
to speak to someone in an angry or harsh way
Her mother scolded her for getting dirty.
secret
something kept hidden
Don't tell anyone. It's our secret.
serious
causing worry; dangerous
The doctor is worried I might have a serious disease.
show
to display
Each painting showed an image from Russian life.
shower
brief fall of rain
The shower was over and a rainbow appeared from the sky.
side dish
food that goes with the main course of a meal
Korean meals have many side dishes.
sign
a symbol, object, or pattern that conveys a meaning
On a sheet of paper, Megan wrote an equal sign.
sociable
friendly, engaging actively with people
The Ghana Network of Volunteer Service is looking for volunteers who are open-minded, sociable, and committed.
special
different from what is normal or usual
"What is special or different about cupcakes?"
spend time
to use one's time doing something
He has spend his time studying for his final exam.
sprain
wrench the ligaments of an ankle or other joints
Jim got a chance to play in the last 30 seconds of the championship game when a starting player sprained his ankle.
square
a shape that has four straight sides that are all the same length, like a box
The floor was tiled in squares of grey and white marble.
subscribe
to pay money in order to receive copies of magazine or newapaper
Write your email to subscribe his magazine.
sunburn
a problem when a person gets too much sun and his/her skin turns red and the skin hurts when touched
I got a sunburn from swimming in the pool too long yesterday.
take a breath
to pull air into your lungs through your nose or mouth
You should take a breath before you go bungee jumping.
traveler's check
a special document that you can use instead of money to buy things when you travel
People sometimes take traveler's checks with them on vacation.
triangle
a figure with three sides and three angles
I folded the square piece of paper in half, and now it’s a triangle.
vacation
time off of work used for relaxation or travel
What are you doing for summer vacation?
value
to place a high importance on someone or something's importance
Our club values honesty in its members.
warm-hearted
having sympathy or kindness
My grandfather is a very warm-hearted man.
weather forecast
a prediction about the weather
The weather forecast calls for sunshine and blue skies on Saturday.
weather forecast
a prediction about the weather
The weather forecast calls for sunshine and blue skies on Saturday.
weekend
the period from Friday evening through Sunday evening
I'm going camping with my friends this weekend.
yoga
a system of stretching exercises for mental andphysical health
Art therapy can be combined with yoga to increase a person’s sense of well-being.
accent
a way of saying words that changes based on place or social class
The accent is on the second syllable.
air conditioner
a system that keeps air cool and dry
How did you survive the summer without an air conditioner?
amazing
surprising in a pleasing way
The firework show was amazing.
appear
to be in sight; to arrive at a place
The guest star is going to appear in a couple of minutes.
appreciate
to understand how important something is
Because he had been poor in an earlier life, Kim really appreciated his riches now.
assignment
a piece of homework
The assignment is due on Monday. If you hand it in late, you will be docked two points per day.
Australia
a country and the smallest continent, located between the Indian Ocean and the Pacific
australia is home to kangaroos and koalas.
basketball
a sport played on a court with an orange ball
Tiger Woods plays golf, Lebron James plays basketball, and Usain Bolt sprints.
be proud of
to have admiration or pride in someone or something
You should be proud of all of your accomplishments.
beg
to ask for something that is wanted in a serious, emotional manner
The girl begged the man to help her.
blackboard
a large dark board used by teachers to write on with chalk
Mr. Phillips made her stand at the blackboard all afternoon.
book report
a written report describing a book that one has read
A child seemed to be very prepared to write a book report.
boring
uninterested in
Jason hates staying inside because it is so boring.
both
used to show that two objects, people, or places are being referred to, instead of only one
both my father and mother like to swim.
bother
to disturb a person when they are busy or want to be alone
Please don't bother with the boxes right now.
cafeteria
the place in a school where students eat
"Me too," Jenny said. "Let’s go eat!" She led Amanda to the cafeteria.
chat
to talk in a friendly and relaxed manner
You can chat with friends on the phone or internet.
come back
go back to somewhere or something earlier
I’ll wait here until you come back.
competition
a contest to win a prize
Arthur went to London to help Kay prepare for the competition between knights.
concept
an idea or theory
Einstein’s theories are full of concepts most people find hard to understand.
enter
to become a competitor in a contest
How many people entered the competition?
experience
to live through a situation
Serving in the military was a very important experience for me.
explain
to make (something) clear or easy to understand
The young musician explained that fusion music is a blend of different musical sounds and styles.
fax
a piece of equipment used to copy documents by sending information electronically along a telephone line
I don't know how to use a fax machine.
generate
to produce
We may have to close that branch because it does not generate enough sales.
give back
되돌려주다
Can you give me back my notes by tomorrow?
hair
a substance made up of many pieces, each as thin as a thread, that grows on the skin of a human or animal; especially on a human head
The dog's hair was all over the couch.
information
facts told or knowledge gained or given
The princess got an information about the two doors.
July
the seventh month of the year, the month following June
She was born on july 28, 1970.
kind of
a little
Mangosteen is a kind of fruit that is sweet and juicy.
kite
a kite is an object, usually used as a toy, which is flown in the air
A kite can be a lot of fun to play with on a windy day.
laptop
a portable microcomputer small enough to rest on a person's lap
The laptop is smaller than the desktop computer.
look
to see something using the eyes
Mary, Ben, and Sam looked at the remaining cookies.
lose
to be unable to find something or someone
Did you lose your wallet last weekend?
mask
a covering that hides all or part of the face
I made a lion mask for the play.
modest
not wanting to talk about the achievements or abilities of oneself
The famous scientist was a modest person with a quiet personality.
move
to change to a different position or place
Her shadow moves when she moves.
nervous
rather afraid
She was nervous about travelling by air.
noise
a sound, particularly one that is loud, displeasing or frightening
They were making too much noise at the cafe.
obvious
easy to see or understand
The answer to the question is obvious.
personal
of, belonging, or related to a certain person
It's a personal problem.
plant
a living thing that grows in the ground, usually has leaves or flowers
plants take in minerals through their roots.
post
to display in public view
I got the job by answering an add that was posted on their wedsite.
pot
a large, round, and deep container
Fondue is a melted cheese and it is heated in a big pot.
prefer
to like better
Roadrunners prefer to run instead of fly.
prize
something won in a competition
The prize for winning the game was a new computer.
relationship
a connection
The relationship between the consumer and the provider is very important.
report
an account of something which gives the necessary facts and information
Can you hand in the report on time?
row
a series of people or things in a straight line
In this chart, the rows show us the average income and the vertical columns indicate the decade.
schedule
to plan for a certain date
The party was scheduled to be on an island.
science
the study of the natural world
He studied physical science in college and received an A.
seat
a place where a person can sit
There were not enough seats available, so some people stood.
seed
a small object produced by a plant, from which another plant can grow
Even the largest trees begin as tiny seeds.
September
the ninth month of the year, the month following August
He hasn't played for Korea since last september.
show
to reveal or allow something to be seen
I showed Billy my new watch.
speech contest
competition for speakers to improve their speaking abilities
None of us won in the speech contest.
stressed
worried and tired over something; mentally tired
Whenever I have a big exam to pass, I always feel extremely tired and stressed.
summer vacation
school holiday in summer
The teacher told the students to write a diary during their summer vacation.
take a look at
turning one's attention to
Why don't I go take a look at the car?
update
make (something) more modern
I will update the operating system once the new version is released.
view
the things that you are able to see from a specific place
The view of the ocean is beautiful from your apartment.
weather
the temperature and other outside conditions
Climate change is a change in the earth’s weather over a long period of time.
worried
worried, troubled, or anxious
Students who had not prepared for the test were worried.
allow
to permit something to happen
The magic waters of the river allowed a person to live forever.
arrive
to reach, or be delivered to the point at the end of a journey
The plane will arrive at eight-thirty.
at a time
at the same time
You should take the steps one at a time.
borrow
to take with the promise to return the same
Interest is a fee paid by a borrower of money to the lender of money and the interest is charged at a set rate.
business card
a small card printed with sb's name
I gave your maid my business card.
cavity
a hole in a tooth
I hope I do not have a cavity on my tooth.
cell phone
a mobile telephone that works by a system of radio signals
I do not have a cell phone.
check out
to borrow something like a book for a set amount of time
I need to check out a book.
chicken
its flesh used as food
The chicken is very tasty.
company
a business
Some companies also make products from recycled material.
compared to
discover similarities or differences
The strawberries look fresh compared to the watermelon.
concentrate
to think closely and with great attention
I have to concentrate more on my future plans.
contract
an official legal agreement between different people, groups, companies, or organizations
You must sign a contract before you move into an apartment.
convenience store
a small store
There is a new convenience store at the corner.
cooperation
act of working with someone toward a common goal
The goal of kindergarten is to teach children cooperation.
dentist
a person whose job is to take care of people's teeth
Going to the dentist every six months will keep your teeth healthy.
dress up
to put on special clothes in order to look nice or look like something one is not
Everyone dressed up for the big celebration.
drop
to let something fall
Agnes dropped the ball into the ocean.
especially
particularly
He especially liked to make human shapes, like mothers and children.
exchange
to give up something for something else
Before money was created, people exchanged goods.
excited
cause strong feelings of enthusiasm and eagerness in
She was excited to go on vacation.
faucet
the part of a sink from which water flows
Imagine holding a cup under the faucet of your kitchen sink.
grab
to take hold of suddenly or with force
When I realized I was late, I grabbed my jacket and ran out the door.
graduation
the act of GRADUATING from a school or university
graduation usually occurs after four years of study at university.
haircut
the cutting of someone's hair
Mr. Noggs and Morleena saw Mr. Lillyvick getting a(n) haircut at the shop.
height
how tall a thing or person is
That tree is two meters in height.
keep on
to keep doing something; to not stop
He decided to keep on walking.
language
the words and signs that people of a common nation or region use to communicate with each other
Learning many languages can be beneficial in life.
move
to change to a different position or place
Her shadow moves when she moves.
movie
a thin material that is used in some cameras to take pictures
I like to watch romantic comedy movie on TV.
mow the lawn
cut down an area of grass
Sam mowed the lawn with his brother.
P.E.
physical education
pair
two similar things
The princess was wearing a pair of lovely red shoes.
pass
to go by someone or something without stopping
The tours pass through the national gallery.
photo
a photograph
Mary has a photo album of her wedding.
professional
engaged in one of the learned professions
Doctors, lawyers and engineers are all professional careers.
reason
something which makes something happen
He gave no reason for why he was leaving home.
refund
to return money that a person who may have paid too much for something or is returning a purchased item
My new radio is defective. I hope the shop will refund my money.
refund
a sum of money that you get back if you paid too much or are returning a purchased item
Their problems included insufficient supply, refund problems, and issues with sale-product quality.
remodeled
changed to look better
The whole building was remodeled recently.
right now
at the present time
You must clean your room right now!
scared
frightened
I'm scared of spiders.
serious
causing worry; dangerous
The doctor is worried I might have a serious disease.
shoelaces
a lace for fastening shoes
She has to tie her shoelaces.
shoot
to record on film
They will try to shoot the entire movie in three months.
sneakers
a type of light comfortable shoe that is suitable for playing sports
Their son was so active that he wore out his sneakers every month.
supposed to
intended to; meant to; expected to
You were supposed to meet me in two hours but you are late.
trading
the act of buying, selling, or exchanging goods between another
The merchant had made a profit from trading.
traffic jam
a situation when all traffic is very slow
I got stuck in the traffic jam while I was driving home.
treatment
the application of medicines or surgery
How do students continue their education and how do sick people get health treatment?
trim
to cut and make shorter
He’s trimmed his beard.
turn
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