수직 Listening-Level 1 (E)
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세트공유
envy
to feel envy towards (someone)
Wow, I envy you.
faculty
the teaching staff at a school or college
The faculty at that university is known for their spectacular research.
fresh
not stale
They look so fresh!
gymnasium
A gymnasium is a building with equipment that you can use to get exercise.
There will be a student faculty basketball game in the gymnasium this Saturday at 1 p.m.
opponent
a person that you are competing against in a game or contest
However, your classmates may prove to be a tough opponent for the faculty.
proceeds
수입, 수익금
All of the proceeds from this event will be used to remodel the gymnasium next year.
super
I'm super busy.
I'm super busy.
varsity
describes sports teams at schools or colleges which are at the most skilled level of play
The student team won the varsity championship last winter.
victor
A victor is a group or person that wins in a contest.
No matter who the victor is, the student faculty game is always fun for everyone.
announcement
public or formal words that tell something
We have an announcement for you and your families.
business hours
영업[업무] 시간
You can contact us during business hours.
charge
to make (a person) responsible for (a task etc)
Which allow them to borrow equipment free of charge?
donation
an act of presenting something as a gift
We accept donations of used medical equipment such as walkers, wheelchairs, and shower chair.
equipment storage
기자재 창고
We ask you to call due to limited space for equipment storage.
fix
to repair something
You paid the man for fixing it.
membership card
회원증
Donors are issued membership cards which allow them to borrow equipment free of charge.
non-profit organization
비영리 단체
The Closet is run by the State Health Foundation, a non-profit organization.
porch
an exterior part of a building, usually a home, that has a cover
May be I left it on the front porch by accident.
relax
to spend time resting or doing something enjoyable
I’ll go home and relax.
retirement
an act of leaving or time when one leaves the workforce and stops work
We had two big birthday parties earlier, and a retirement party just left.
sink
to move down beneath the surface of water, mud, etc.
You paid the man for fixing our sink.
take a bath
to get into a tub and wash
I’ll go home and take a bath.
working condition
작동 되는 상태
We check that they are clean and in working condition.
be recognized
인정받다
It’s a good opportunity for your hard work and great ideas to be recognized.
business proposal
사업 제안
The directors want you to present your business proposal at the meeting next week.
celebrate
to mark by giving a party etc in honour of a happy or important event
We’ve invited all of our family and friends over to celebrate.
checkup
A check-up is a medical examination by your doctor or dentist to make sure that there is nothing wrong with your health.
You'd better get a medical checkup.
confident
having a great deal of trust (especially in oneself)
Don’t be too confident.
diagnosis
of identifying a disease or reaching a conclusion
Don’t be too confident of your own diagnosis.
directors
(회사의) 임원[중역/이사]
I won’t disappoint the directors.
disappoint
not to satisfy
I hope I won’t disappoint them.
emergency
an unexpected and dangerous situation
I really don’t like going to the doctor if it’s not an emergency.
entertain
to amuse
We're going to be entertaining a lot of people this afternoon.
feed
to give someone or something food
I fed them this morning.
final touch
마무리 작업
I’m putting the final touches on the business proposal we talked about.
opportunity
an occasion in which one is able to do something
It’s a good opportunity.
patio
a flat hard area outside, and usually behind, a house where people can sit
Should I prepare the table out on the patio?
potential
possible; capable of becoming real in the future
They think your proposal has great potential.
presentation
the manner in which written work etc is presented or set out
I’ve never made a presentation for such an important group of people.
promotion
the act of raising a person to a higher position
Your father got a promotion.
put ~ in touch
~와 접촉(연결)해주다
I'll put you in touch right away.
recommend
to say someone or something has good qualities and perform well at something
Can you recommend one for me?
take care of ~
~을 처리하다, ~을 돌보다
I already took care of it.
award
a prize etc awarded
The Prizes are awarded to those special people who benefit mankind the most.
benefit
an advantage or profit gained from something
You’ll probably agree it’s important to recognize people for benefitting mankind.
chemistry
the study of and reaction to substances
They’re awarded in three categories: chemistry, medicine, and literature.
collection
a group
These will complete my collection.
container
an object such as a box or can that can hold something
What kind of containers do you have?
durable
longlasting
They're durable.
flower stamp
꽃무늬 우표
I have a question about your flower stamp series.
handle
to take care of something
The Nobel Foundation, which handles all of the Prizes, was started in 1900.
mankind
Mankind is all of the world's people.
It’s important to recognize people for helping mankind.
net pocket
그물 주머니
We have net pockets for $4 each and plastic boxes for $6 each.
physics
the scientific study of forces and matter and the ways they affect each other
They’re awarded in three categories: physics, peace, and economic sciences.
recipient
someone who receives something
The recipients of these prizes have included Mother Teresa and Barack Obama.
recognize
to see, hear etc (a person, thing etc) and know who or what that person, thing etc is
I don’t remember those, but I do recognize this old, torn up couch.
released
출고되다
I heard the rose stamps were just released.
sold out
to dispose of entirely by selling
They were sold out.
tidy up
tidy up
They're easy to tidy up.
will and testament
유언
The Nobel Foundation was based on the last will and testament of Alfred Nobel.
campaign manager
선거 사무장
He is serving as her campaign manager.
campaign speech
선거 연설
Jane has been writing a campaign speech for some time, and it’s nearly completed.
discuss
to talk about
They want to find an answer by discussing their ideas.
ease tension
긴장을 완화하다
They try to ease the tension.
fitting
appropriate
The choices of instrument were so fitting.
futuristic
very modern
The colors of the futuristic cityscapes were so lifelike.
get in trouble
곤란에 처하다
I almost got in trouble in Rome.
opinion
a thought or belief about something or someone
Jane shows it to David so she can get his opinion.
passion
a powerful, positive feeling about something
His character had so much passion.
pickpocket
a person who steals money or wallets
I got pickpocketed on my first day there.
pull over
to direct a moving vehicle to the side of a road and stop
Let’s pull over the next chance we get. I need to use the restroom.
speeding
속도위반
I rented a scooter to get around the city, and I got pulled over for speeding.
student council president
학생회장
Jane is a student running for student council president.
sweeping
an act of cleaning with a brush
The sweeping melodies were so fitting.
vivid
easy to see or imagine
The colors of the futuristic cityscapes were so vivid.
well written
잘 쓰여진
David thinks it’s well written.
adapted for
~에 적합한
Certain insects are adapted for hiding.
appearance
the act of coming into view or coming into a place
Avoid being eaten by changing their appearances to look like something in their environment.
crowd
a large group of people
They make their way through the crowd, most of who are cheering for the home team.
defend
protect
They’ve developed various ways of defending themselves.
disappear
to stop being VISIBLE
The small bodies of some ants enable them to quickly disappear.
fate
a force or power believed to determine in advance everything that happens
Avoid this fate.
grow in popularity
인기가 상승하다
Almond milk is growing in popularity here and abroad.
interestingly
in a way that attracts your attention and makes you want to know more
Second and most interestingly, it was her.
match
a contest or game
It’s Sunday afternoon, and Joe is taking his girlfriend to see a volleyball match.
outweigh
To outweigh something means to exceed it in value, amount, or importance.
Do you ever feel like the negative effects of milk outweigh the positive?
predator
attacker; hunter
It’s so bitter that predators avoid eating them.
private seat
전용석
The stadium is very crowded, but Joe bought expensive tickets for private seats.
reserve
To reserve something means to keep it for a certain person or time.
When they find their row, they see a large man and his wife sitting in the seats that they reserved.
amazing
very surprising
Do a quick Internet search now to see what these amazing creatures look like.
appreciate
to understand something; to be aware of
I’m sure it’s something they will really appreciate.
bush baby
갈라고 원숭이
Do you know what a bush baby is?
explorer
a person who discovers new places
It’s similar to a monkey, and it got its name a long time ago when British explorers in Africa heard cries that sounded like children.
hind
related to the rear or posterior part
Bush babies have long, skinny hands and fingers, and their hind legs are specialized for jumping.
in opposite directions
반대 방향으로
They also have the ability to move their ears in opposite directions simultaneously.
keen
eager or enthusiastic
Bush babies can find food in the dark because they have such keen eyesight.
lizard
a scaly reptile
The bush baby sleeps through the day, and at night it feeds off insects and other small creatures, like lizards and mice.
location
a place
I can rent a bike from here and return it to any location on the island, right?
on short notice
충분한 예고 없이, 갑자기
I really appreciate you coming on such short notice.
pinpoint
to determine the exact nature or cause of
Their ears allow them to pinpoint the exact location of their prey.
prey
an animal that is hunted as food by another animal
They also have the ability to move their ears in opposite directions simultaneously, allowing them to pinpoint the exact location of their prey.
shorten
to make short or shorter
I want to shorten them two centimeters.
simultaneously
done at exactly the same time
They move their ears in opposite directions simultaneously.
specialized
focusing on one particular thing or set of things
Their hind legs are specialized for jumping.
accommodate
to fit the wishes or needs of someone
Please take the time to make a reservation, as we cannot accommodate unscheduled tours.
addition
the process of uniting numbers into one sum
He aims to advertise the latest addition to the museum.
artifact
an object that is made by a person, such as a tool or a decoration, especially one that is of historical interest
Here, you will find a unique collection of artifacts.
chef
a person who cooks good food as a job
Yes, chef. Yesterday I ordered 30 boxes of tomatoes.
complaint
a statement of unhappiness about something or someone
He aims to file a formal complaint against the museum.
confirm
to show or state the truth of something that was previously believed or suspected
You need to confirm hotel reservations.
founding
To establish or set up
The artifacts are related to the founding, defense, and development of America.
fund
money for a particular purpose
Now it is funded by the American Historical Society.
injure
To injure someone means to damage a part of their body.
What if you get injured or have your wallet stolen while traveling?
insurance
the promise of a sum of money in event of loss eg by fire or other disaster, given in compensation by a company etc in return for regular
Did you buy travel insurance?
just in case
만일에 대비해서
I guess I have to be prepared, just in case.
last but not least
마지막이긴 하지만 앞에 말씀 드린 것과 마찬가지로 중요하게도
And last but not least, please be quiet.
pack
to press together
I’ve finished packing my luggage.
prior to ~
~에 앞서, 전에
If, for whatever reason, you need to cancel your reservation, please do so at least twenty-four hours prior to the scheduled visit.
regarding
(formal) relating to or concerning something
He aims to provide information regarding museum tours.
reserve
To reserve something means to keep it for a certain person or time.
I’ve reserved hotel rooms.
respectful
showing respect, consideration or politeness
Please be respectful on the premises.
What if ~?
~하면 어떻게 될까?
What if you have your wallet stolen while traveling?
appreciation
the recognition and enjoyment of the good qualities of someone or something
Our team is holding a special event next week for Fan appreciation Day.
attention
special care or treatment
Could I please have your attention?
chairperson
a person in charge of a corporation
I’m Susan Rogers, chairperson of the River Run Planning Committee.
eligible
having the right to do
You can find a list of eligible fans in the manager’s office.
hold an event
행사를 개최하다(열다)
As some of you may know, our team is holding a special event next week.
locker room
a room containing lockers to keep personal belongings
Drop the postcard in the box in the locker room, and we will deliver it for you.
participate
to take part in an activity or event with others
Anyone over the age of 14 can participate in the Run.
plenty of
a large amount of something
We have plenty of time.
popularity
widespread acceptance
But due to the popularity of the Run, people who are interested need to register early.
postcard
a small card with a picture to write a message on the other
Once you’ve chosen your fan, write down their name and a short note to show your appreciation on an FC APEC III postcard.
recognize
to see, hear etc (a person, thing etc) and know who or what that person, thing etc is
If you haven’t chosen a fan to recognize, please do so before Friday.
registration
the process of entering names on an official list
registration is open until Friday, October 5th.
showtime
상영 시간
I couldn’t get tickets for an earlier showtime.
a run of bad luck
불운의 연속
Wow, you had a run of bad luck.
benefit
an advantage or profit gained from something
But I guess he can get the same benefit by spending more time playing with his friends.
community center
a building or other place in which members of a community may gather for social, educational, or cultural activities
It’s the list of children’s classes at the community center.
enroll
To enroll in something is to put one's name on a list as a member of a group.
I’m thinking of enrolling Jimmy in a musical class.
express oneself
자신을 표현하다
I mean Jimmy can learn to express himself to other people by acting, singing, and dancing.
flock
to gather together
Hey, check out that flock of birds!
hassle
a situation that is difficult and involves problems, effort, or arguments with people.
That's a hassle.
head
head
I’d better head downstairs and rest.
overboard
When something is overboard, it is over the side of a boat and in the water.
Just be careful not to fall overboard.
sea sickness
뱃멀미
I think it's sea sickness.
seagull
usually gray and white bird that lives near the ocean
Look at that flock of seagulls!
appreciate
to understand something; to be aware of
I'd really appreciate it.
attraction
the act of attracting or condition of being attracted
The tickets include all of our attractions but not the rides.
chemical
a substance created through a chemical process
Well, because the farmers use different chemicals to make the carrots grow larger than they would naturally.
concept
an abstract idea; a general notion
That’s a great concept.
consider
to think about (carefully)
Actually, the chemicals are considered safe for humans to eat, but still, I'd like us to try to eat naturally-grown produce whenever possible.
high school student
고등학생
You know your role is a high school student.
include
to add something to a group or total
There are attraction tickets, which don't include the rides.
light
the brightness given by the sun, moon, lamps etc.
You can just carry the light stuff.
movie poster
영화 포스터
I know. By the way, what’s the idea for the movie poster?
organically
유기 재배로, 유기적으로
The carrots are big because they are not organically grown.
photography
the art of taking photographs
Since you’re the best professional in photography, I’m sure the poster will look good.
produce section
농산물 코너
Let’s go to the produce section.
professional soccer player
프로 축구선수
Pursuing her dream as a professional soccer player wasn't easy.
set up
to establish
Why don’t you change your clothes while I set up the cameras?
studio
a place for painting, broadcasting, etc..
It’s been a year since I saw you last in your studio.
stuff
material, substance or an object
You can just carry that stuff.
animal shelter
동물 보호소
I’d love to, I volunteer at the animal shelter every Saturday.
blush
to get red checks, usually from shyness or embarrassment
Don't make me blush, Ted.
compete
to try to beat others in a contest, fight etc
It’d be really fun to compete against you.
delay
to make something happen at a later time than was planned
I see the 2 o’clock flight to Dallas is delayed.
emergency
an unexpected and dangerous situation
It’s kind of an emergency.
flight
a journey in a plane
We’ll update the flight information soon, but the plane should take off within two hours.
policy
an officially accepted set of rules or ideas abouthow something should be done
It's our company policy.
preliminary round
예선
I passed the preliminary round yesterday.
purchase
something that is acquired by paying money for it
I’m sorry, but you have to purchase something before you can use the restroom.
root for
to support a team or organization
I’m rooting for you.
application
a formal, written request for something
Get on the website and submit your application today.
arrange a trip
여행을 계획하다
I’m glad that you arranged my trip on such short notice.
celebrity
a famous or well-known person
celebrities and professional dancers will join our judges’ panel.
compete
to try to beat others in a contest, fight etc
We’re looking for the most talented young dancers to compete for a spot on our team.
confirm
to show or state the truth of something that was previously believed or suspected
I’m calling to confirm your trip to New York next week.
confirmation
something that confirms or proves
Here’s my confirmation number.
contestant
a person involved in a competition or game
We are holding tryouts to find out contestants.
downtown
(American) the part (of a city) containing the main centres for business and shopping
But I noticed the hotel is not downtown.
hold
to use hands or arms to carry or keep something
To find our contestants, we are holding tryouts.
in person
done by going to a place
You might even get a chance to meet them in person.
panel
a flat or curved part, usually rectangular, that serves as a wall, surface, etc.
Professional dancers will join our judges’ panel.
ride
to travel on
Then we also have passes for our rides.
show off
to bring attention to oneself
If you think you have what it takes to dance with the best, come down and show off your talent.
sign up
to join an organization or make an agreement to do something etc by writing one's name.
I signed up online last night.
spot
to identify or notice
We need the best and most talented dancers to compete for a spot on our team.
submit
to offer (a plan, suggestion, proposal, entry etc)
Get on the B-Boy Superstar website and submit it today.
talented
having the ability to do something better than most people can
We’re looking for the best and most talented young dancers.
tour guide
a person who leads a group of people around a place and gives them information about the place
Would you find a tour guide for me?
tryout
a trial or test to see the qualifications of an applicant
We are holding tryouts in four cities around the country.
walking distance
걸어서 갈 수 있는 거리
It’s within walking distance.
bother
to make the effort to do something
It just seems like something is bothering him lately.
depressed
experiencing general sadness and hopelessness
He’s been really depressed lately.
garage
the part of a house where people put their cars
No, it’s not. It’s in my garage, safe and clean.
gas price
연료비
It’s cheaper to take the subway because of the rising gas prices.
get off
to get down from; to come out of
We have to get off now.
go through
to use a way of going somewhere
Well, Joey has been going through a hard time.
grade
a class of year at school
He’s been less active in class, and his grades are starting to drop again.
lately
of late; recently; not long since
Something is bothering him lately.
regularly
in a regular way
I work out regularly.
take a nap
have a short sleep
Make sure you don't take naps during the day, either.
traffic
the vehicles or number of vehicles in a particular area
Then do you have any special reason for taking the subway, like getting exercise or avoiding traffic?
work out
to perform physical exercises
I work out almost every day.
worn down
지친, 닳은
You look worn down.
all year-around
일 년 내내
He raises funds all year-around.
bring
to carry something to another person or place
She calls her mother and asks her to bring her ID to the movie theater.
by mistake
due to an error
She needs to show her ID, but unfortunately she left it at home by mistake.
consist of
to be composed
The movement consists of several different organizations.
discrimination
unfair treatment because of race, sex, age, religion, etc.
The movement works without any discrimination of any kind.
fishing pole
a rod of wood or steel or fiberglass that is used in fishing to extend the fishing line
You can also rent a fishing pole if you’re interested.
found
to create something
The organization was founded to protect human life and health.
human rights
인권
The movement protects human rights.
humanitarian
relating to humanity or people
My name is Wendy, and I work with The International Red Cross, which is an international humanitarian organization.
ID
Identification
She needs to show her id, but unfortunately she left it at home.
insurance fee
보험료
It’s $20 per hour, and that includes the insurance fee.
involved in
~에 관련된(연루된)
There are 97 million people involved in the movement.
legally
in a way that is allowed by or related to laws
It consists of several different organizations that are legally separate from each other.
make a donation
기부하다
This month we’re raising funds for humanitarian aid, so if you would like to be a part of the movement, please visit our website today and make a donation.
minimum
the lowest number or amount that is possible or allowed
She finds out that the minimum age is nineteen.
objective
not influenced by personal feelings or opinions in thinking about the facts
The movement consists of several different organizations that are united by the objectives.
operate
to work
The movement operates all over the world.
organization
a business that is formed for a particular purpose
Red Crescent Movement is an international organization with about ninety-seven million volunteers, members, and staff all over the world.
principle
point; concept
Several different organizations are united by the basic common principles.
put an end
종식시키다, 끝내다
It was founded to create quality control for the treatment of all human beings, and to put an end to human suffering.
raise funds
기금을 모으다
The movement raises funds every day.
room number
객실 번호
What’s your room number?
separate from
~로부터 분리된(독립된)
It consists of several different organizations that are legally separate from each other but are united by, the basic common principles.
snorkeling
an activity in which people swim under the surface of the water to view sealife
I heard that snorkeling is wonderful here.
snorkeling set
스노클링 장비
Do you have snorkeling sets as well?
statute
A statute is a law that is official and has been written down.
They are united by the symbols, statutes, and governing organizations.
suggest
to bring to mind or imply
They suggest that she call her mother, ask her to find the ID, and bring it to the movie theater.
unfortunately
regrettably
unfortunately, she left her ID at home by mistake.
volunteer
a person who offers to do something; a person who works without pay
Wendy works with an international humanitarian organization with about ninety-seven million volunteers, members, and staff all over the world.
water sports activities
수상 스포츠 활동
I’d like to try some of your water sports activities.
accommodate
to fit the wishes or needs of someone
We can accommodate 50 students that day.
check ~ out
(도서관 등에서) 대출받다
I’m afraid I’ve lost the DVD that I checked out.
completion
the act of finishing something
Upon completion, all of our employees will be going on all-expenses paid trip to Jeju Island.
confident
having a great deal of trust (especially in oneself)
Of course this will be a big project for our small team, but I’m confident we’re up to the task.
current price
시가, 현재 가격
The current price of that DVD is $15.
extra cloth
여분의 옷
All of you should bring extra clothes and comfortable shoes.
field trip
a group excursion for the purpose of observation
Hi, I’m a teacher from Gladstone Middle School, and I’m planning to take my students to your farm on a field trip.
fine
very good
You’ll have to pay overdue fines, too.
full-day program
하루 코스(계획)
A full-day program would be good.
half-day program
한나절 코스(계획)
We offer two programs for teens, a half-day and a full-day program.
irregular
being unusual, unexpected, or not normal
This project will require all of us to work overtime and irregular hours, but I promise you it will be worth it.
market price
시장 가격
You can pay us market price for the DVD.
overdue
(of bills, work etc) not yet paid, done, delivered etc, although the date for doing this has passed
Well, don’t forget you’ll have to pay overdue fines, too.
publishing company
출판사
We have been chosen to write a collection of reading comprehension books for the biggest publishing company in Korea.
reasonable
referring to a logical and right thing to do
That’s reasonable.
replace
to be used instead of something
You can replace it.
reservation
an agreement to keep something, such as a restaurant table, or hotel room, for use at a particular time in the future
Can I make a reservation now?
administration office
행정실
Cast your ballot in the administration office.
allergic
having a condition that makes a one become ill or develop skin or breathing problems from food or certain substances
His roommate is allergic.
arrange
to put them in the right place
I tried to arrange for my friend to take care of them.
assemble
to gather together in one place for a common purpose
We have assembled here today to discuss the matter.
award committee
수상 위원회
After all, our award committee will reveal the final results.
be tallied
집계되다
After all the votes are tallied, they will reveal the final results.
cast a ballot
투표하다
You may pick up and cast your ballot.
cast a vote
한 표를 던지다
Please cast your vote for this year’s winner of Jude’s Javelin by the end of the week.
consist of
to be composed
It consists of four buildings with 100 dining rooms and a huge performance hall.
devote
to give a lot of one's time or resources to someone or something
This is a student who has devoted his or her time, energy, and effort to our community.
employ
to be someone's boss; to have someone working for you or your company
The restaurant employs about 1,000 people, including 200 cooks in the kitchens.
fame
widespread reputation
His fame will be remembered for years to come.
initiative
an effort to start doing something to solve a problem
Jude’s Javelin is given to the student who has shown the greatest initiative in our school.
international airport
국제 공항
It’s only 20 minutes from the international airport.
issue
a matter
What's the issue?
nominee
people who are recommended for an award
He aims to recommend a nominee for the award.
prestigious
having high value or regard
We have to discuss Jude’s Academy’s most prestigious award.
principal
the original amount of a debt on which interest is calculated
However, although I’m principal of the school, it’s not up to me to select the winner of the award.
recruit
a person newly enlisted in the armed forces and not yet fully trained.
He aims to recruit people for the award committee.
reveal
to make something known to others
He will reveal the final results.
slight
small
But I have a slight problem.
surprisingly
unusually or unexpectedly
More surprisingly, it consists of four buildings with 100 dining rooms and a huge performance hall.
traditional show
전통적인 공연
In the performance hall, traditional shows are held every weekend.
usher
bring into being
The recipient of Jude’s Javelin is ushered into our Hall of Fame.
vote
to offi cially choose between two or more things
He aims to report the results of the voting process.
accommodating
호의적, 협조적, 편의를 봐주려는
European people are friendly and accommodating.
announce
to make it known
I'm proud to announce that our new gymnasium should be completed by the end of the week.
auditorium
An auditorium is a large building used for public events.
We’re going to have the contest in the auditorium.
awesome
If something or someone is awesome, they are impressive or frightening.
That’s awesome.
backpack
a pack or knapsack, often of canvas or nylon, to be carried on one's back
I did some backpacking and some sightseeing.
be scheduled for
~로 예정되어 있다
I'm proud to announce that the unveiling of our new school is scheduled for March 9th.
complete
whole; with nothing missing
The new building should be completed by the end of the week, and the unveiling is scheduled for March 9th.
conference room
회의실
We’re going to have the contest in the auditorium, not a conference room.
debate contest
토론 대회
Ms. Roberts, is the preparation for the debate contest going well?
fellow
a graduate student employed to do research as well as to teach
Good morning, fellow students.
gymnasium
A gymnasium is a building with equipment that you can use to get exercise.
Our new gymnasium should be completed by the end of the week.
judge
to hear and try (cases) in a court of law
We need six judges.
keep in touch
in communication (with)
Do you still keep in touch with him?
name
to give a name to
As the gymnasium has yet to be named, we’re looking to you, the students, to name it.
reunification
재통일
It’s the reunification of Korea.
sign up
to join an organization or make an agreement to do something etc by writing one's name.
About 120 students have signed up for the contest.
sociology professor
사회학 교수
Do you want to talk to my sociology professor from college?
student council
committee of students in a high school or university that oversee student affairs
If you think you have a good name, please write it down and put it in the green box next to the student council office.
unveiling
제막식, 첫공개
The unveiling is scheduled for March 9th.
vote on
~에 대해 투표하다
At the end of next week, the student council and I will vote on the name of the new gymnasium.
available
can get it
Sure, but we only have the smaller fields available that day.
belongings
something owned by someone
Could you please put all of your belongings in that tray?
come with
to accompany or to be included
Does it come with a bathroom?
fascinating
very interesting
It was fascinating.
laptop
a small, portable computer that can be folded in two and can be used on and placed on its user's lap
What about my laptop?
last minute
최후의 순간, 막판
I had to cancel at the last minute.
last time
지난번
I had to stay longer than usual last time.
lecture
a formal talk given to students or other audiences
Robin, how was Dr. Clark’s special lecture about robotics last Thursday?
reserve
To reserve something means to keep it for a certain person or time.
I'd like to reserve a room for September 2nd.
spare key
여분의 열쇠
I have a spare key in my back pocket.
training facility
훈련시설
Please reserve a training facility for September 2nd.
tray
A tray is a flat plate used to hold food.
Please put all of your belongings in the x-ray tray.
volunteer
a person who offers to do something; a person who works without pay
Some of the volunteers didn’t show up, so I had to do their work, too.
weight room
체력단련실, 역기실
Where is a weight room?
basically
at the simplest point
Well, even though they are basically made from potatoes and corn, they’re also greasy and covered in salt.
coach
a person who teaches sports
We have too many players on our team, coach.
competent
having the necessary skills to do something well
Jessica knows Brian is a competent worker and has been doing his job very well.
consider
to think about (carefully)
I’m considering changing my career.
decent
proper
That sounds like a decent idea.
get rid of
to remove; to eliminate
We really need to get rid of some players.
go on a diet
다이어트를 하다
I’m considering going on a diet.
greasy
기름투성이의, 기름진
Don't eat too much fast food because it’s so greasy.
heart attack
a sudden failure of the heart to function correctly, sometimes causing death
Unhealthy eating habits can eventually lead to a heart attack.
improve
to (cause to) become better, of higher quality etc
Our minor league team needs some players, so we can send a few players to them to improve.
junk food
food such as potato chips, sweets and doughnuts, which is mass-produced and is of low nutritional value.
Yeah, I also eat too much junk food.
lead to
~로 이어지다, ~을 일으키다
Eating too much fast food can eventually lead to a heart attack.
long-term effect
장기적인 효과(결과)
You know, I guess I never really considered the long-term effects.
lose weight
take off wieght
Are you willing to lose weight?
marketing department
마케팅 부서
Jessica and Brian are working in the marketing department of a company.
negative effect
부정적 효과
Now, Brian’s behavior has negative effects on the productivity of the whole department.
not A but B
A가 아니라 B
So your goal for your diet is not to lose weight, but to change your eating habits.
pay attention to
keep in mind; take notice of; attend to
Jessica wants to tell him that during work hours he has to pay attention to his job.
roster
a list of people's names
We just have to take them off our roster for the season.
run blog
블로그를 운영하다
She has noticed that Brian has been spending more and more time running his own blog.
situation
all of the things that affect someone or something at aparticular time
In this situation, what would Jessica most likely say to Brian?
take care of
to look after
He’s a popular blogger and takes care of his blog after work.
team member
팀원
Jessica is the manager, and Brian is her team member.
advertise
to tell people about something on TV, radio, etc.
In yesterday’s class, we talked about the origin of advertising.
advertising medium
광고 매체
Today we’re going to look at the features of advertising mediums.
announcement
public or formal words that tell something
I’d like to begin with an important announcement.
appreciate
to understand something; to be aware of
I really appreciate it.
charge
to make (a person) responsible for (a task etc)
We charge $20 to fix each sole.
complaint
a statement of unhappiness about something or someone
She will not be at Bob and Bob’s Eatery, because we’ve received several complaints about Bob and Bob’s selection.
conference
a meeting for discussion
Thank you for joining our group’s monthly conference.
consumer
a person who buys or uses a thing
It can deliver targeted messages directly to consumers.
destroy
to damage something so that it cannot be repaired
Those garages are completely destroyed, due to a sudden explosion.
due to
because of (something)
Due to weather conditions, we’ve changed the date to November 3rd.
eatery
식당
Lunch will be at High Street Market, not at Bob and Bob’s eatery.
flexibility
capable of being bent or modified
They’re still popular because of flexibility.
lace
an ornate piece of fabric with patterns of holes
You should tie your laces, because you might step on it.
loose
not being firmly fixed, attached, or held in place
The rubber on the soles is coming loose, and the laces are destroyed.
make it easy to V
~하는 것을 쉽게 하다
City Hall will be much less crowded, making it easier to organize everyone.
nearly
almost
The laces are nearly destroyed.
organize
to put things in order or in a structured way
It wasn't easy to organize supplements for everyone.
poster
a large placard put in public places
posters come in all sizes.
replacement
one that replaces another
The replacement lace is charged $5 each.
roadside
the area of land that is on the side of the road
You can see them on the side of buildings, on roadsides, or in front of movie theaters.
rubber
a strong, bendable material made from the juice of a tree
The rubber on the soles is coming loose.
shopping behavior
소비행태
The report is based on their shopping behavior.
sole
only; single
Well, the rubber on the soles is coming loose.
absolutely
definitely, for certain
absolutely!
balance
the ability to control one's weight and position in order to stand or move well
Squirrels use their tails to keep balance and monkeys can hold on to trees with theirs.
checkup
A check-up is a medical examination by your doctor or dentist to make sure that there is nothing wrong with your health.
I went to see the doctor for a checkup.
communication
the sharing of information, news, etc.
Computers are generally used as communication tools.
convenient
easy and comfortable to do or get to
It is also convenient to travel around the city from there.
fatigued
to be tired
You look fatigued.
function
the purpose for which a thing is used
Last class, we studied the functions of insects’ wings.
means of protection
보호 수단
Tails can also serve as a means of protection.
out of the ordinary
특이한
I actually haven’t gotten the results yet, but the doctor didn’t see anything out of the ordinary.
requirement
something that is a necessity
I really hope we can find a room that meets all of our requirements.
routine
a regular, fixed way of doing things
It was just a routine checkup.
video clip
영상, 비디오
Now, let’s study them in more detail by watching a video clip.
view
all that is within vision
Let’s try to find a room with a nice view, too.
wireless internet
무선 인터넷
You can find wireless internet at any cafe.
angle
the direction from which you look at something
Lastly, try to keep your knees at a right angle.
awesome
If something or someone is awesome, they are impressive or frightening.
That's awesome.
browse
look around casually and randomly, without seeking anything in particular
I’m browsing welp.com for a restaurant to take my girlfriend to.
buffet
a restaurant where people serve themselves
How about that new Indian buffet on Main Street?
damage
to harm something physically
The biggest problems are damage to the eyes and stress on the neck and back.
directly
in a straight line
To lessen the stress on your neck, you need to sit directly in front of your monitor.
hang out with
~와 시간을 보내다
He wants to hang out with some new friends.
hang up
to put down your telephone receiver after a call
He got so angry he hung up the phone.
improper posture
부적절한 자세
improper posture is the main cause.
incredibly
in a way that is diffi cult to believe
Indian food's low in calories and incredibly healthy.
insulted
모욕당한, 무시당한
Oh, you mean he was insulted?
monitor
to keep track of; to watch in order to notice changes
Office workers reported troubles caused by long hours spent in front of the monitor.
nutritious
containing things the body needs; healthful
Well, Indian food is both delicious and nutritious.
offend
To offend someone means to make them angry or upset.
I don't want to risk offending him again.
offensive
suffering of the body or the mind
I made a mistake and said something very offensive to him on the phone last night.
overeat
과식하다
I’ve wanted to, but I tend to overeat at buffets.
pressure
to try to make others do something
It is to reduce the pressure on your back.
respond
to answer
You should try sending him a message and see if he responds later.
risk
(a person, thing,etc,which causes or could cause) danger or possible loss or injury
I don't want to risk losing it.
upset
disturbed or distressed
Well, I think I upset one of my Korean friends.
appreciate
to understand something; to be aware of
We will greatly appreciate your help.
be willing to V
기꺼이 ~하다
Some of the residents love to play games, so we need volunteers who are willing to play chess or checkers with them.
chat
to talk in a friendly and informal way with someone
They have chatted on the Internet and exchanged emails for the past four years.
contribution
assistance; support
The members of the community will appreciate your contribution.
e-pal
이메일 친구
I met a friend at a famous e-pal website.
facility
the physical area
Lastly, we need students to join the senior citizens’ drawing class at the facility.
imagination
ability to think creatively
It really helps to develop my imagination.
introduced A to B
A를 B에게 소개하다
Mike showed Joe around his hometown and introduced him to all of his friends.
literary work
문학 작품
Do you think reading literary works will help improve my imagination?
perform
to carry out a certain activity
We’re also looking for students who can play a musical instrument to perform for the residents.
permission
the act of allowing the doing of something
Joe would like to ask permission for Mike to visit from the school’s principal.
popular
being liked or supported by a large number of people
They met through a popular e-pal website.
principal
the original amount of a debt on which interest is calculated
Mike wants to visit the school’s principal, Mr. Lee.
resident
a person who lives somewhere permanently or for a long time
Firstly, we need volunteers who can serve food to the residents.
return the favor
은혜를 갚다, 보답하다
Joe wanted to return the favor and invited Mike to Korea for this summer vacation.
semester
either of two terms of about 18 weeks each that make up a school year
But as the semester has gone on, I’ve been enjoying all of the short stories and novels.
senior citizen
old person
We’re looking for a couple of art students to join the senior citizens’ drawing class.
student council
committee of students in a high school or university that oversee student affairs
If any of this sound interesting to you, please visit the student council office before the end of school this Friday.
vice president
the person next in rank to the president of a company or country
This is the vice president of your student council, Tom Robbins.
volunteer
a person who offers to do something; a person who works without pay
As many of you may already know, we’re going to the retirement home at the end of the week, and we’re looking for volunteers.
aggressively
with great power, marked by aggression
They used their weapons aggressively.
climate
the type of weather that a place or region has
It survives in colder climates and is found in northern oceans.
editor
person in charge of publishing a periodical, a newscast, or a book series
Could you meet our editors before you start writing?
feature
to have as an important part
Its most unique feature is a tusk that protrudes out of the top of its head.
grocery store
a place where people go to buy a variety of fresh or pre-packaged foods
Ann, how’s your job at the grocery store?
horn
A horn is a device that makes a loud noise.
It looks like a unicorn’s horn.
in the wild
야생에서
The animals find mates in the wild.
mate
to pair a male and a female in order to produce a baby
They mostly use the horns to find mates.
on one's own
혼자서
I usually have to do so many different things on my own.
part-time
part of the time
The Labor Department recommended that employers increase the part-time pay rate.
pay rate
급료, 단위시간당 임금
The employers asked for the increase of the part-time pay rate.
protrude
to stick out
A tusk protrudes out of the top of its head.
publishing plan
출판 기획
Do you remember the publishing plan I told you about?
rarely
seldom; not often
Narwhals rarely use these aggressively.
survive
to remain alive
It survives in colder climates and is found in northern oceans.
travel book
여행 서적
It was for another travel book, right?
tusk
A tusk is a long, curved, pointed tooth of an elephant, boar, or walrus.
It has a tusk that protrudes out of the top of its head and looks like a unicorn’s horn.
unique
special or different from everyone else
The narwhal is a very unique, medium-sized whale.
up to
(특정한 수ㆍ정도 등) ~까지
It usually grows to between four and five and a half meters, and it can live for up to fifty years.
bakery
a place where baked foods, such as bread or cakes, are prepared or sold
My wife and I are going to the bakery tomorrow.
be on good terms with
~와 잘 지내다
We seem to be on good terms with them.
couch
a sofa
I must've fallen asleep on the couch.
disturbance
something disurbed, unrest
It's a disturbance to others.
donation
an act of presenting something as a gift
The furniture donation went really well this month.
free entry
무료 입장
As a volunteer, you will get free entry to the event and a free T-shirt.
furniture
the things used in a house such as tables and chairs
We want to give a big thank you for the furniture you gave us.
go well
잘 되어가다
The event went well this month, and we want to give a big thank you to everyone who helped out.
grand opening
개장, 개관, 개점
Next month we want to have a grand opening party.
hire
(especially American) to employ (a workman,etc)
We’ve hired a live band to play at the event.
local band
지역 악단[밴드]
I know a good local band.
preparation
the act or process of becoming or causing someone to become ready for a future activity, event, or purpose
Mark, how are the preparations going for your party?
recently
not long in the past
As you know, we have recently remodeled the lounge.
remodel
to change the structure or shape of something
We have recently remodeled the student lounge.
send out an invitation
초대장을 보내다
Have you sent out invitations?
stop by
to stop at a place for a short time
If you would like to volunteer, you can stop by the office today and let us know.
support
help
Thanks again for all of your support.
volunteer
a person who offers to do something; a person who works without pay
Since this is the student lounge, we would like to ask some of you to work at the event as volunteers.
washer
세탁기
You know you’re not supposed to run the washer or dryer after 11 p.m. in our apartment building.
wedding anniversary party
결혼 기념일 파티
How are the things going for your parents’ 50th wedding anniversary party?
awesome
If something or someone is awesome, they are impressive or frightening.
We want to see all of you there for this awesome event!
exclusive
If something is exclusive, it is expensive and only for rich people.
We have an exclusive pre-release copy, and you're free to try it!
extra
more than what is required
If you are looking for the special edition of the game, with loads of extras, buy it!
for free
without charge
This Sunday, August 27th, we would love for you to come down and play the latest games for free.
forecast
an idea about what the weather will be like in the future
The weather forecast is calling for rain.
historic site
유적지
Annie, did you hear the news about the historic site tour to Gyeongju?
including
having something extra in addition to the main product
We want you to play the latest games for free, including the newest edition of the Courts series.
latest
most current
We would love for you to come down and play the latest games for free.
loads of
수많은
Purchase a special edition of the game, with loads of extras!
look forward to ~ing
~을 기대하다
We're looking forward to seeing all of you there.
pre-order
선주문하다
You can also pre-order a special edition of the game, with loads of extras.
pre-release
사전 공개, 시사회
You're free to try our pre-release copy!
rehearsal
a practice, a run-through
But rehearsals for the school musical start from next Saturday.
reschedule
to agree to a new and later date for something to happen
I think we need to reschedule.
role
the function of a person or thing in a particular situation
I know, but I play an important role in the musical.
sponsor
supporter (often through money)
As you may know, every month we sponsor a free gaming day for our club members.
the newest edition
최신판
Play the latest games for free, including the newest edition of the Courts and Castles series, Conquest!
totally
completely
I totally understand.
weather forecast
a prediction about the weather
The weather forecast said we’re going to have heavy rain this Saturday.
absolutely
definitely, for certain
absolutely!
call in sick
전화로 병결을 알리다
Anyway, one of my coworkers called in sick, so I had to cover her shift.
cancel
to decide or announce that (something already arranged etc) will not be done
I did, but I had to cancel at the last minute.
claim
to state something as being true, especially when there is some doubt
Do you have your baggage claim number?
complaint
a statement of unhappiness about something or someone
Please fill out this damage complaint form.
cover
to form a layer over something
I had to cover my coworker's shift, because she called in sick.
damage
to harm something physically
My luggage was damaged.
delivery
(an act of) handing over (letters, parcels etc)
How much does delivery cost?
discount coupon
할인권
I have a family discount coupon.
doze off
잠이 들다, 졸다
I started dozing off at the end, though.
fill out
to write information on a form
Okay, I just need you to fill out this form.
fix
to repair something
Would you be willing to wait until we can have your baggage fixed?
flight attendant
a person who works in an airplane who brings food and drink to passengers
She is a flight attendant.
instead of
as a substitute or alternative to
instead of having your baggage repaired, I can offer you a thirty percent discount on your next ticket.
luggage
suitcases and bags
I lost my luggage.
make it
to establish, prove
Yeah, but I couldn’t make it today.
shift
to change position, direction, or tendency
She called in sick, so I had to cover her shift.
that's a shame
안 됐구나
that’s a shame.
transit
the carrying of people, goods, or materials from one place to another
And you believe the baggage was damaged during transit?
unlimited
without limits or bounds
It includes unlimited rides in the theme park.
according to
as stated or reported by
Well, according to an article I read, reading in the dark can tire out your eyes.
article
a story in a newspaper or magazine
I was just reading an article on the Olympics.
blood donor
헌혈자
And the advertisement says blood donors get a T-shirt as a gift.
expand
to get bigger
Your pupils expand when there’s less light.
finals
결승전
I can't wait until the NCAA finals tonight!
homemade
not bought in a store; made at home
I’ll bring my homemade salsa and chips.
lie around
되는대로 아무렇게나 놓여 있다
I have some extra T-shirts lying around.
pupil
a person who is being taught
Because your pupils need to expand when it's dark.
slogan
a short phrase used to advertise something
Yeah. The slogan of the campaign is "Give blood, save lives!"
tire out
지치게 하다
The article said that the reading in the dark can tire out your eyes.
announcement
public or formal words that tell something
We have an important announcement.
anonymous
without a name
As part of our Valentine’s Day tradition, lots of students send anonymous gift to anyone in the school.
armpit
hollow under arm
My shirt has a hole in the armpit.
care
close attention
This is a great way to show that special someone that you truly care.
deliver
(an act of) handing over (letters, parcels etc
We will deliver the gift to whomever you wish.
drop off
to deliver or deposit at a specific place
I dropped off some clothes last week.
encourage
suggest; recommend
The artists we sponsor play an important role in encouraging creativity and culture in our community.
entrance fee
입장료
The entrance fee for the fair is 20 dollars.
exhibition
a public display
The event includes a fashion show and an exhibition of artwork.
fix
to repair something
The coats will be $5 apiece, and I can fix the hole in that shirt for $3.
handle
to take care of something
I can handle that.
hole
an opening in something
I'd like to have dry-cleaned and a shirt that has a hole.
local artist
지역 예술가
Its purpose has been to sponsor local artists in our area.
note
pay attention to
Write a short note, and we will deliver it to whomever you wish.
performance
how well a person does at something
The event includes an exhibition of artwork and a folk dance performance.
personal
pertaining to a particular person
Many students send personal gift to anyone in the school.
purchase
something that is acquired by paying money for it
Simply purchase a gift, and we will deliver the gift to whomever you wish.
several
more than two but not many
We have several gifts to choose from in the lobby, such as chocolates and roses.
tradition
a custom that has been handed down
As part of our Valentine’s Day tradition, many students send gift to anyone.
upcoming event
다가오는[곧 있을] 행사
What can you say regarding an upcoming special event?
visitor
a person who visits, socially or professionally
Hello, museum visitors!
appear
to come into view
But it certainly appears to be working for you and your family.
certainly
definitely; without doubt
It certainly appears to be working for you.
complicated
difficult
The directions can be a bit complicated if you don’t know your way around town.
convenient
easy and comfortable to do or get to
Jogging is relatively safe and convenient.
direction
the point or region itself
Well, it’s not far from here, but the directions are complicated.
display
to place in a position to be seen
Set up some tables for displaying items.
familiar
well-known
Are you familiar with the city at all?
garage sale
sale of household goods held in the garage
Hey, Brian, how did your garage sale go last weekend?
give it a try
시도하다, 한번 해보다
You should give it a try.
impressed
feeling admiration or respect
I’m very impressed.
lose weight
take off wieght
Greg, you look like you’ve lost weight.
price tag
a label attached to an item with the cost of that item written on it
Put price tags on them.
put an advertisement
광고를 내다
You have to sort out the things to sell and then put an advertisement in the local newspaper.
recently
not long in the past
Well, I’ve actually been running a lot recently.
relatively
in a relative manner
Running is easy, relatively safe, and convenient.
unwanted stuff
원하지 않는 물건들
And I feel good because I got rid of some unwanted stuff and made some money.
work out
to perform physical exercises
So, you’ve been working out lately?
yard
the ground just outside of a person's house
You also need to clear your yard.
academically
학문적으로
The other isn’t that great academically, but it's only an hour away from his hometown.
accept
to take it
After waiting for a few months, he gets accepted to two schools.
according to
as stated or reported by
according to statistics reported by Job Fair magazine, the average salary of people aged 20-30 earn lower salaries than before.
apply
(with for) to ask for (something) formally
Andrew has applied to several universities.
as soon as possible
as quickly as you can
He has to choose as soon as possible.
autograph
An autograph is the written name of a famous person.
I hope we can get his autograph.
average
ordinary or usual
Do you know the average salary of people aged 20-30 who have a master’s degree?
bear
a large, heavy animals that has thick fur and sharp claws and eats a variety of plants and other animals
The market can’t bear to pay the same salaries it once could.
declining
falling; worsening
She didn’t mention the declining condition of the overall economy.
deserve
to be worthy of something as a result of one's actions
Many people receive salaries far lower than what they deserve.
employee
a person employed for wages, a salary etc
employees are overqualified for the positions they’re applying to.
expect
to think of as likely to happen or come
I never expected that so many fans would pay so much to be here.
facility
the physical area
One is an excellent school with great facilities.
guidance counselor
지도 교사
Andrew’s guidance counselor, Mrs. Towns, walks toward him.
hesitate
To hesitate is to wait for a short time before doing something.
Andrew, if you hesitate too long, you may lose your chance.
hometown
the city or town where you were born or grew up
But the school is very far from his hometown.
master's degree
석사학위
The average salary of people aged 20-30 who have a master’s degree or higher is between twenty and forty thousand dollars lower than before.
overall
considering the whole, not the parts
First, the overall economy is not doing well.
overqualified
필요 이상의 자격을 갖춘
Nowadays, there are many overqualified people who are working with salaries far lower than what they deserve.
pool
to contribute money, knowledge, or other resources as a group for a common purpose
That company has a large pool of potential employees to choose from.
position
a job; a post
She is overqualified for the position she is applying to.
potential
possible; capable of becoming real in the future
Companies now have a much larger pool of potential employees to choose from.
present
a gift
Yeah, you have quite a lot of information to present.
report
a statement or description of what has been said, seen, done etc
Job Fair magazine reported that the people who have a master’s degree earn lesser than it was only ten years ago.
run a business
사업을 하다
She didn’t mention the increase of the average cost to run a business.
senior year
최고 학년
It’s Andrew’s senior year of high school.
stiff
When something is stiff, it is hard to move.
Second, there are far more people earning graduate degrees than ever before, so competition for jobs is stiffer than ever.
struggling economy
침체된 경제
With a struggling economy, people are often overqualified for the positions they’re applying to.
take a photo
사진을 찍다
take a photo with him.
ticket
a printed piece of paper that shows that someone has paid to enter a place or travel somewhere
We were so lucky to get tickets to this concert.
urge A to V
A에게 ~하도록 권유하다, 충고하다
His guidance counselor urges him to choose as soon as possible.
addition
the process of uniting numbers into one sum
Please visit our website for new exhibitions and additions.
attend
to go to, especially as a student or audience member
To attend our special events, you need to purchase a membership.
captain
person who leads a ship or airplane
Tony is the captain of the swim team.
churros
추로스
How about churros?
curator
큐레이터, 전시 책임자
Can you see the curator at the front desk?
donate
to give (money, clothes, food, time, etc.) for free in order to help others
If you would like more information or would like to donate money to the Franklin Arts Center, feel free to call our toll-free number any time.
exhibition
a public display
Please visit our website at www.artscenter.franklin.edu on the first of each month for new exhibitions.
faculty
the teaching staff at a school or college
Membership is free to students and faculty.
feel dizzy
현기증을 느끼다
He comes to her office saying that he is feeling dizzy and a little bit sick.
fever
(an illness causing) high body temperature and quick heart-beat
Matilda finds he has a fever.
let somebody down
~을 실망시키다
He does not want to let his teammates down.
national holiday
국경일
Our exhibition hall is open daily from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. It’s closed on Sundays, Mondays, and on national holidays.
purchase
something that is acquired by paying money for it
Please purchase a membership from the curator at the front desk.
put A on one's card
A를 카드로 계산하다
Please put all this on my card.
take one's temperature
체온을 재다
He felt dizzy after taking his temperature.
catchy
눈길을 사로잡는
The catchy tunes combine elements of dance, electronic, hip-hop, electro pop, and even R&B music.
combine
to mix or join things together
It combines elements of dance, electronic, hip-hop, electro pop, and even R&B music.
display model
전시 물품, 진열품
Is there any discount for the display model?
expire
To expire is to no longer be effective because its use has come to an end.
You could have gotten a ten percent discount, but it has expired.
honestly
in a way that is truthful
But honestly, the class seemed a bit noisy to me.
impress
to arouse interest or approval
I was impressed by how active it was.
motivate
to give someone a reason to do something; to cause someone to have interest in doing something
I think the games motivated everyone to learn.
opinion
a thought or belief about something or someone
What was your opinion of Mr. Brown’s open class today?
originally
at first; at the beginning
It’s originally $150.