Basic Reading 1200 Key Words-Book 2 (E)
96 카드 | CompassPublishing
세트공유
April
the fourth month of the year, the month following March
april is the fourth month of the year.
Canada
a country in North America, the second largest country in the world
Tom is going to canada to study English next year.
January
the first month of the year, the month following December
january is the first month of the year.
melt
to become a liquid by applying heat
The ice will melt in the heat.
roof
the surface that forms the top or cover of a building, vehicle, or other structure
roof is the top of a building.
vase
A vase is an attractive container where people keep fl owers.
I broke the flower vase by mistake.
government
the group of people that rules over an area
The highest person in the government is the president.
human
a person; a human being
Mandela fought for human rights.
law
a system of rules
The police make sure people follow the laws.
president
the leading member of a club, association etc
The highest person in the government is the president.
prison
a place where criminals are kept locked up
The thief was sent to prison for three years.
treat
to try to cure (a person or disease, injury etc
Some people treat their pets like children.
ancient
belonging to the distant past, especially thousands of years ago
The museum has a lot of ancient artifacts.
common
belonging to or shared by two or more persons or a group
Pumpkins are one of the common foods eaten all over the world.
fit
to be appropriate for something
This big shirt does not fit.
pumpkin
a large, edible, orange-yellow fruit that grows from a vine
pumpkins are one of the common foods eaten all over the world.
quite
very
Early pumpkins were quite small.
researcher
a person who investigates a subject
The researchers realized that the monster never existed.
certain
(not before a noun) feeling sure of something; being without doubt
I am certain that zebras have stripes.
clue
a fact or object that helps solve a mystery or crime
The detective found some clues on the sidewalk.
consume
to use up
The hotel was quickly consumed by fire.
flame
the state or condition of blazing combustion
Cindy burnt her finger on the flame of the match.
obvious
easy to understand or see
It was obvious that he was very ill.
smoke
a cloud of tiny particles usually caused by the burning of fuel
The car was old, and a lot of smoke came out of it.
amazing
very surprising
It is amazing how fast my baby brother grew in one year.
heart
the muscle that pumps blood through a body
During the race, my heart began to beat faster.
ink
the liquid found in pens that allows you to write
A long time ago, people put ink on the tips of feathers to write.
octopus
octopus
An octopus has eight legs.
puzzle
a game or toy that requires problem-solving
According to some scientists, octopuses are smart enough to solve puzzles!
solve
present third person singular of solve
At school, we learn how to solve math problems.
alive
not dead
My grandparents are still alive even though they are over 90.
architect
someone who designs buildings
My dad is a(n) architect. He designed our house.
ceiling
the top of a room
He stared at the dark ceiling as he fell asleep.
design
a picture, drawing, or pattern
The students wanted to design a house for their project.
fascinating
very interesting
The view of Rome is absolutely fascinating.
include
to add something to a group or total
There are seven people in my family, including me.
bottle
a glass or plastic storage container, with a narrow neck and no handle, used for holding liquid
I bought five bottles of cola.
fishing
fishing
My family likes to go fishing every Sunday.
genie
a magical spirit, originally in Arab traditional stories, who does or provides whatever the person who controls it asks
The genie used magic to send him home.
island
an area of land surrounded by water
Thousands of cats are living on Japan’s Cat island.
magic
the power to do impossible things
The magician used magic to pull a rabbit out of his hat.
storm
very bad weather
A heavy storm hit the country and destroyed many houses.
caterpillar
larva of a butterfly, moth etc
A caterpillar with change into a butterfly.
handsome
(of men) attractive
Cinderella thought Prince Charming was handsome.
mirror
mirror
The baby laughed when he saw himself in the mirror.
moth
an insect with large wings that usually flies around at night
moths like to fly near lights.
tease
To tease someone means to laugh at or make fun of them.
Jake teased Charlie because he was the new student.
trust
to believe that someone is honest and will do what is righ
Can I trust you to keep my secret?
cider
사과주
He got them from cider mills.
filled
past tense of fill
He traveled a lot and always carried a bag filled with apple seeds.
generous
unselfish
It was very generous of you to give the man twenty dollars.
mill
A mill is a building where fl our is made.
The roof of the old mill was covered with snow.
rag
A rag is a small towel.
He often wore rags and slept in the forest.
whatever
anything that
For your birthday, I will get you whatever you want.
actually
in fact or really
actually, even a big room is too tiny!
explore
to travel around an area in order to learn about it
I'm looking to rent a bike to explore the island.
free
able to do what you want to do
Kids need to have free time to play outside every day.
jar
a glass container with a lid that is used for storing food
My father asked me to open the jar for him.
remain
to stay in a place
I pulled many weeds out of the yard, but a few remained.
week
a time of seven days in a row
The class is only three weeks long.
avoid
to stay away from something
Everyone wants to avoid failure.
chore
a small job that is done regularly
I do chores at home.
closet
(American) a cupboard:
There are clothes in the closet.
scrub
scrub
Give the sink a scrub. It’s quite dirty!
toilet
(a room containing) a receptacle for the body's waste matter, usually with a supply of water for washing this away; a lavatory
I use a toilet when I go to the bathroom.
wink
to close and open eyes in quick movements
The girl winked at her sister before leaving.
dive
to jump into water
I like to dive into the water in the summer.
penguin
a bird that can't fly and lives in the Antarctic
The penguins in the zoo like cold weather.
sharp
having a thin edge that is able to cut things
Don’t put your hand close to the sharp edge of the tool.
sky
the space around the Earth which can be seen by standing outside and look upwards
Most birds fly, but penguins don’t fly in the sky.
squid
squid
The penguins eat shrimp, squid, and small fish.
wing
a part of an airplane that lifts and holds it in the sky
Birds use their wings to fly in the sky.
delicious
extremely good tasting
My mom made these cookies. They were really delicious.
frozen
solid because of cold
The frozen juice bars quickly began to melt in the hot weather.
invention
a device that is created for the first time
The telephone is a wonderful invention.
refreshing
giving a new or fresh feeling again
I like to go jogging every morning. It is refreshing.
soda
a sweet drink that has a certain flavor and consists of a sweetener and water with bubbles in it
He poured a generous amount of soda into my glass.
treat
to try to cure (a person or disease, injury etc
Do you want a treat after dinner?
corn
a type of vegetable that grows on a stalk
A girl is eating corn and bread.
crop
plants grown by farmers
Wheat is a crop that is made into bread.
potato
a type of plant with round underground stems (called tubers) which are used as a vegetable.
I like to eat potato chips.
reply
to give an answer or say back to someone
The teacher replies to the student’s question.
suggest
to bring to mind or imply
"Then let’s go in the house," suggested Joe.
wise
to use experience and intelligence to make good choices
My grandfather is very wise. He knows many things.
blood
the red liquid that flows through the bodies of people and animals
There was blood after Tom cut himself accidently.
bone
a hard part of the body
A large bone can be a good treat for a dog.
guy
an informal way to call a man
I was surprised to see that the nurse was a guy.
needle
a small, thin instrument used for sewing
The nurse put a needle in Hank’s arm.
nurse
a person who looks after sick or injured people in hospital
The nurse went to the sink to scrub his hands.
operation
when a doctor replaces or removes something in the body
The operation on my arm was a success.
attract
to cause to like or be interested in something
The magnet attracted the metal.
autumn
the season between summer and winter
Then bees can visit the garden in spring, summer, and autumn.
bloom
to produce a flower
Flowers bloom in spring.
harmful
causing hurt or damage
Soda can be harmful to your teeth.
poison
a substance that is harmful or can kill
The dog ate poison and died.
purple
purple
Bees like yellow, blue, and purple flowers.
학생
이 단어장으로
즐겁게 학습해
보세요!
가장 빠르게 암기하도록 도와주는 암기학습 〉
제대로 외웠나 바로 확인하는 리콜학습 〉
철자까지 외우려면 스펠학습 〉
재미있게 복습하려면 매칭 게임 〉
주관식으로도 재미있는 복습, 크래시 게임 〉
선생님
이 단어장을
수업에 이용해
보세요!
수업 중 이 단어장을 보고 듣고 질문하는 슬라이드 〉
수업시간이 들썩 들썩 퀴즈배틀 〉
클릭만으로 종이낭비 없이 시험지 인쇄 〉
필요한 세트를 직접 만드는 단어장 만들기 (로그인) 〉
선생님들이 만드신 30만개 단어장 검색하기 〉
서울특별시 강남구 테헤란로 69길 5, 12층 (삼성동, 유기타워)     러너스마인드 대표 김준수
사업자등록번호 372-86-00840     대표전화 070-4042-1075     ⓒ Class card