BigBook-Book 1 (K)
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asleep
잠이 든
Once, a lion was asleep.
catch
잡다
He saw the mouse and caught him in his giant paw.
forest

Days later, the lion was walking in the forest and he fell into a hunter’s
funny
우스운
This idea seemed funny to the lion.
giant
거대한
He saw the mouse and caught him in his giant paw.
hunter
사냥꾼
Days later, the lion was walking in the forest and he fell into a hunter’s trap.
paw
(동물의) 발
He saw the mouse and caught him in his giant paw.
roar
으르렁거리다
"Who woke me up?" roared the lion.
see
보다
He saw the mouse and caught him in his giant paw.
small
작은
Betty has a small dog.
tail
꼬리
Suddenly, a mouse ran across the lion’s tail.
think
생각하다
He did not think a mouse could ever help a lion.
trap

Days later, the lion was walking in the forest and he fell into a hunter’s trap.
wake up
깨어나다
"Who woke me up?" roared the lion.
walk
걷다
Days later, the lion was walking in the forest and he fell into a hunter’s trap.
bell

Have you heard of the Liberty bell?
crack
갈라지다
The bell cracked the first time it was rung.
declaration
선언문
The declaration of Independence said America was free from England.
express
표현하다
The men who made the bell put words on it that express ideas of freedom.
freedom
(외부적 지배, 간섭, 규제가 없는 상태의) 자유
The Liberty Bell is a symbol of freedom.
gather
모이다
People heard the bell and gathered together.
hang
걸다
It hangs in a building in the American city of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
liberty
(압정, 폭력적 지배로부터의) 자유
The liberty Bell is a symbol of freedom.
read
읽다
We are reading about a famous basketball player.
ring
울리다
The bell cracked the first time it was rung.
second
두 번째
The Liberty Bell cracked a second time, but this time, the crack was not fixed.
square
광장
The bell was rung in the square.
still
아직
The Liberty Bell still represents ideas of freedom.
time
~번
Don't forget to bring your girlfriend next time.
word

The men who made the bell put words on it that express ideas of freedom.
aboard
탑승한
Convicts were brought to Australia aboard ships.
convict
재소자
convicts were brought to Australia aboard ships.
descend
내려오다
Today, many people in Australia are descended from prisoners!
land

The land is really dry this year.
life

life was hard for the convicts.
location
장소
The English wanted Australia because of its location.
many
많은
Today, many people in Australia are descended from prisoners!
map
지도
Can you find Australia on a map?
mountain

Other parts have tall mountains.
native
토박이의
Originally, Australia was home to native tribes.
originally
원래
originally, Australia was home to native tribes.
prison
감옥
So, the English used Australia like a giant prison!
southern
남쪽의
It sits in the southern part of the earth, in the Indian and Pacific Oceans.
tribe
부족
Originally, Australia was home to native tribes.
trouble
곤란
A convict is a person in trouble with the law.
any
어떤
Patterns can be made using any number!
away
떨어져
Each number is 2 away from the next.
design
디자인
A pattern is a design.
each
각각의
each number is 2 away from the next.
forever
영원히
It could go on forever!
from
~로부터
Each number is 2 away from the next.
here
여기에
here is the number 2.
let
허용하다
Mom lets me listen to music when I study.
next
다음
Each number is 2 away from the next.
now
지금
now, let’s add another 2.
number
숫자
Let’s make a pattern using numbers!
pattern
양식, 패턴
What is a pattern?
use
사용하다
Let’s make a pattern using numbers!
what
무엇
what is a pattern?
amount
총액
They subtracted the amount of cookies sold from the total.
at
~에서
Mary, Ben, and Sam looked at the remaining cookies.
cookie
과자
Do you like cookies?
eat
먹다
Then they ate them up!
find out
알아내다
Mary, Ben, and Sam wanted to find out!
how
어떻게
how many cookies were there all together?
look
보다
Mary, Ben, and Sam looked at the remaining cookies.
minus
~을 뺀
All the cookies, minus Mary’s cookies, minus Ben’s cookies, minus Sam’s cookies equaled 26 cookies.
plus
더하기
Mary’s cookies, plus Ben’s cookies, plus Sam’s cookies added up to 272 cookies.
remain
남다
Mary, Ben, and Sam looked at the remaining cookies.
subtract
빼다
They subtracted the amount of cookies sold from the total.
there
거기에
How many cookies were there all together?
they
그들
One day, they decided to sell cookies to their friends.
total
전체
They subtracted the amount of cookies sold from the total.
also
또한
Henry was also famous for sculpting certain things.
artist
화가
Henry decided he also wanted to be an artist.
baby
아기
In 1898, a baby named Henry Moore was born in England.
born
태어난
In 1898, a baby named Henry Moore was born in England.
bronze
청동
He used a material called bronze.
clay
점토
As a boy, Henry liked to make things out of clay.
drawing
소묘
Is it drawing?
especially
특히
He especially liked to make human shapes, like mothers and children.
maybe
아마도
maybe, one day, your art will be famous too!
name
이름짓다
In 1898, a baby named Henry Moore was born in England.
out
~로
As a boy, Henry liked to make things out of clay.
painting
그림
Is it painting?
public
공공의
Today, Henry Moore’s sculptures can be seen in public places in England.
sculpture
조각품
Henry’s favorite kind of art was sculpture.
too
또한
Maybe, one day, your art will be famous too!
Africa
아프리카
Around the age of 10, Jane dreamed of living in africa with all the animals.
animal
동물
What’s your favorite animal?
around
약, ~쯤
around the age of 10, Jane dreamed of living in Africa with all the animals.
chimpanzee
침팬지
It is the chimpanzee.
dream
꿈꾸다
Around the age of 10, Jane dreamed of living in Africa with all the animals.
favorite
가장 좋아하는
What’s your favorite animal?
hug
껴안다
She learned that chimpanzees hug and tickle each other.
in
~에
In 1960, Jane was sent to study chimpanzees at Gombe Stream National Park, in Tanzania.
scientist
과학자
In 1957, Jane went to Kenya with a scientist.
study
공부하다
She is famous for studying chimpanzees.
tickle
간지럼을 태우다
She learned that chimpanzees hug and tickle each other.
tool
도구
She learned that chimpanzees make and use tools.
watch
지켜보다
She’s been watching chimpanzees in Africa for many years.
your
너의
What’s your favorite animal?
amazing
놀라운
Some beetles can also do some amazing things.
appear
~인 것 같다
This means lightning beetles appear to glow in the dark!
burn
태우다
The chemicals are extremely hot and can burn the beetle’s enemies.
dark
어둠
This means lightning beetles appear to glow in the dark!
give off
내다, 발하다
Lightning beetles have special chemicals in their stomachs that give off light!
glow
빛나다
This means lightning beetles appear to glow in the dark!
in order to
~ 하기 위해서
Lighting beetles light up in order to attract a mate.
mate
배우자
Lighting beetles light up in order to attract a mate.
notice
주목하다
What did you notice about this insect?
rear
뒤쪽의
This beetle scares its enemies by squirting chemicals into the air from its rear end
scare
겁주다
This beetle scares its enemies by squirting chemicals into the air from its rear end.
secret
비밀의
The bombardier beetle has a secret weapon!
shell
껍질
Did it have a hard shell?
size
크기
Beetles come in many interesting shapes and sizes.
squirt
내뿜다
This beetle scares its enemies by squirting chemicals into the air from its rear end.
fair
박람회
The Space Needle was made for the World’s fair in 1962.
future
미래
The building looks like it came from the future.
hotel
호텔
This building is a hotel and it is located in Dubai.
look like
닮다
The hotel was designed to look like a giant sail on a ship!
needle
바늘
It is a giant tower in the shape of a needle.
pretty
예쁜
You can also see pretty views of Seattle.
regret
후회하다
You won’t regret it!
restaurant
레스토랑
A restaurant is at the top of the tower.
sail

The hotel was designed to look like a giant sail on a ship!
sit
(어떤 곳에) 있다
The Burj Al Arab sits near the shore in the Arabian Gulf.
skyscraper
고층 건물, 마천루
One very beautiful and interesting skyscraper is the Burj Al Arab.
some
몇몇
some of the world’s tallest skyscrapers also look like art.
top
꼭대기
A restaurant is at the top of the tower.
tower
타워
It is a giant tower in the shape of a needle.
view
경관
You can also see pretty views of Seattle.
bicycle
자전거
Do you own a bicycle?
chain
사슬
A pulley is a wheel that moves by pulling a chain.
compound
복합의
But did you know your bicycle is a compound machine?
easy
쉬운
Simple machines are tools used to make work easier.
or
또는
A compound machine is made up of two or more simple machines.
pedal
페달
The pedals of your bicycle are part of a pulley system.
play
놀이
Bicycles are used for work and play.
pulley
도르래
A third simple machine is a pulley.
simple
간단한
A compound machine is made up of two or more simple machines.
system
체제
The pedals of your bicycle are part of a pulley system.
third
세 번째의
A third simple machine is a pulley.
turn
돌다
An axle holds the wheel and allows the wheel to turn.
wheel
바퀴
Another simple machine is a wheel and axle.
work

Bicycles are used for work and play.
bird

A roadrunner is a bird found in the desert.
dry
건조한
Deserts are very dry places.
harsh
가혹한
The desert can be a harsh place.
hour
1시간
A roadrunner can run up to 17 miles per hour!
lizard
도마뱀
Roadrunners eat mice, lizards, and snakes.
mouse

Roadrunners eat mice, lizards, and snakes.
per
각 ~당
A roadrunner can run up to 17 miles per hour!
prefer
~을 더 좋아하다
Roadrunners prefer to run instead of fly.
prey
먹이
The scorpion lives in the desert and uses its tail to sting its prey.
run
달리다
Roadrunners prefer to run instead of fly.
sick
아픈
He goes to the hospital because he is sick.
sound
~인 것 같다
It doesn’t sound like an easy place to live, does it?
step
발로 밟다
But don’t step on a scorpion!
sting
쏘다
The scorpion lives in the desert and uses its tail to sting its prey.
wind
바람
When a tumbleweed dies, winds blow it across the desert.
delicious
맛있는
"Then you can catch me again and I will be the most delicious fish!"
dinner
저녁식사
We eat a lot of food for dinner.
fable
우화
This fable tells us that a small profit is better than a large promise which may not come true.
fat
뚱뚱한
"If you put me back into the river, I will get big and fat!"
feel
느끼다
Soon, he felt a pull on his line.
fisherman
어부
One day, a fisherman sat down by a river and he began to fish.
flip
뒤집다
The fish flipped and flopped but he could not get away.
hook
낚시 바늘
On his hook was a small fish.
net
그물
"Now, you are in my net."
profit
이익
This fable tells us that a small profit is better than a large promise which may not come true.
return
돌아가다
"If I return you to the river, you will get big and fat."
rich
돈 많은
"Rich people will give you lots of money for me."
river

One day, a fisherman sat down by a river and he began to fish.
sit
앉다
One day, a fisherman sat down by a river and he began to fish.
1
사실인
classical music
고전음악
They made sounds similar to classical music.
concert
콘서트
One evening, Sally went to a music concert with her parents.
evening
저녁
They drive home in the evening.
kind
종류
"What kind of music is this?" Sally asked.
man
남성
The woman on stage is playing a ‘viol,’ and the man on stage is playing a harp.
Middle Ages
중세
It’s a style of music that was popular during the Middle Ages.
music
음악
One evening, Sally went to a music concert with her parents.
pop music
대중 음악
Sally and her friends listened to pop music.
recognize
알아보다
The musicians were playing instruments that Sally did not recognize.
similar
비슷한
They made sounds similar to classical music.
sing
노래하다
Sally was used to hearing guitars, drums, and singing.
stage
무대
The woman on stage is playing a ‘viol,’ and the man on stage is playing a harp.
style
방식
It’s a style of music that was popular during the Middle Ages.
used to
익숙한
Sally was used to hearing guitars, drums, and singing.
woman
여성
The woman on stage is playing a ‘viol,’ and the man on stage is playing a harp.
bread

This time, Hansel dropped bread on the road.
cage
우리
The witch locked Hansel in a cage and she made Gretel become her servant.
candy
사탕
They walked until they found a house made of candy.
check
살피다
One day, the witch asked Gretel to check the fire.
child
아이
A poor woodcutter had two children, Hansel and Gretel.
drop
떨어뜨리다
The next day, Hansel dropped stones along the road as they were led into the woods.
follow
따라가다
That night, the children followed the stones home.
hungry
배고픈
The children were hungry.
leave
남겨두다
One night, the woodcutter’s wife told him to leave Hansel and Gretel in the woods to die.
lost
길 잃은
Hansel and Gretel were lost.
night

One night, the woodcutter’s wife told him to leave Hansel and Gretel in the woods to die.
push
밀다
As the witch stood near the fire, Gretel pushed her in and killed her.
servant
하인
The witch locked Hansel in a cage and she made Gretel become her servant.
trick
속이다
Gretel decided to trick the witch.
wife
아내
One night, the woodcutter’s wife told him to leave Hansel and Gretel in the woods to die.
adventure
모험
They went on many adventures.
afraid
두려워하는
Captain Hook was also afraid of an alligator.
alligator
악어
Captain Hook was also afraid of an alligator.
boy
소년
Peter Pan was a boy who could fly.
clock
시계
The alligator had a clock in its stomach.
enemy

Captain Hook was Peter Pan’s enemy.
fly
날다
Peter Pan was a boy who could fly.
frighten
겁먹게 만들다
Captain Hook became frightened and Peter Pan defeated him.
lead
이끌다
He lived in Neverland and led a group of orphans called, the Lost Boys.
mother
어머니
In Neverland, Wendy acted like a mother to the children.
orphan
고아
He lived in Neverland and led a group of orphans called, the Lost Boys.
pirate
해적
He was a pirate with only one hand.
princess
공주
One time, Peter Pan saved a princess named, Tiger Lilly.
stomach

The alligator had a clock in its stomach.
wish
원하다, 바라다
He wished to stay in Neverland and never grow old.
arm

Worms live in dirt and they do not have arms or legs.
dead
죽은
First, a worm pulls dead plants and animals into the dirt.
dirt
흙, 먼지
Worms live in dirt and they do not have arms or legs.
earth
흙, 지구
A worm pulls the nutrients into the earth as it moves.
find
찾다
He finds his lunch in the bag.
happy
행복한
We should be happy they help the earth!
help
돕다
Did you know worms help keep the earth healthy?
leg
다리
Worms live in dirt and they do not have arms or legs.
mineral
무기질
minerals are also important for dirt.
nutrient
영양소
Dead plants and animals have lots of nutrients.
pull
당기다
First, a worm pulls dead plants and animals into the dirt.
slide
미끄러지다
A worm moves by sliding its body through the dirt.
soak
흠뻑 적시다
This helps the dirt soak up the minerals.
worm
지렁이, 벌레
Did you know worms help keep the earth healthy?
another
또 하나의
There is another interesting thing about smell.
because
~때문에
This is because smell and taste are connected.
carry
나르다
For something to have a smell, a very tiny piece of it is carried into the air and into someone’s nose!
chemical
화학물질
The chemicals in the bread mix with the chemicals in your nose.
food
음식
If you lose the ability to smell, you also lose your ability to taste food!
in charge
~을 맡은
The nose is the part of the body in charge of smelling things.
interesting
흥미로운
There is another interesting thing about smell.
mix
섞이다
The chemicals in the bread mix with the chemicals in your nose.
nose

Do you wonder how your nose works?
old
낡은
The chemicals tell your brain that you smell bread and not an old shoe!
sense
감각
Smell is one of the five senses.
shoe
신발
The chemicals tell your brain that you smell bread and not an old shoe!
taste
맛보다
If you lose the ability to smell, you also lose your ability to taste food!
thousand

There are thousands of them!
wonder
궁금하다
Do you wonder how your nose works?
blow
불다
The packed snow keeps cold air from blowing into the house!
boat
보트
Other people live on boats.
climb
올라가다
These people climb a ladder to get inside their house!
cool
시원한
This is because mud helps keep the inside of a house cool.
have
가지다
People who live in deserts sometimes have homes made of mud.
hot
더운
Deserts can be very hot.
house

There are different types of houses all over the world.
ice
얼음
An igloo is a type of house built from ice and snow!
ladder
사다리
These people climb a ladder to get inside their house!
make
만들다
Some houses are made of mud and others are made of snow.
mud
진흙
Some houses are made of mud and others are made of snow.
ocean
바다
Other people live on the ocean.
pack
다지다
The packed snow keeps cold air from blowing into the house!
pole
장대
Stilts are long poles.
snow

Some houses are made of mud and others are made of snow.
ask
묻다
"What are you doing?" Billy asked.
birdhouse
새집
Billy’s father was making wooden birdhouses and his mother was putting the birdhouses into a big box.
call
~라고 부르다
"The birdhouses your father is building are called goods."
distribute
배분하다
But we are not the ones who will distribute them to others.
garden
정원
The plants in the garden are short.
morning
아침
One morning, Billy woke up and found his parents working busily.
parents
부모
One morning, Billy woke up and found his parents working busily.
provide
제공하다
"providing a service is how he makes money."
put in
~에 넣다, 설치하다
This means he is going to take the birdhouses around town and put them in people’s gardens.
sell
팔다
A good is something a person makes to sell to others.
service
서비스
"Providing a service is how he makes money."
take
가지고 가다
"This means he is going to take the birdhouses around town and put them in people’s gardens."
town
작은 도시
"This means he is going to take the birdhouses around town and put them in people’s gardens."
wooden
나무로 된
Billy’s father was making wooden birdhouses and his mother was putting the birdhouses into a big box.
work
일하다
One morning, Billy woke up and found his parents working busily.
along
~따라
Ships transport goods along the river.
begin
시작하다
It begins in Minnesota and flows to the Gulf of Mexico.
canoe
카누
They floated up and down the river in canoes.
depend
의지하다
Native Americans depended on the river for many things.
explore
탐험하다
This allowed the Native Americans to explore new places.
flow
흐르다
It begins in Minnesota and flows to the Gulf of Mexico.
mile
마일
The river is more than two thousand miles long!
more
더 많은
The river is more than two thousand miles long!
nearby
인근의
This made nearby fields wet.
sport
스포츠
Many people also use the river for water sports.
swim
수영하다
Today, people can float, paddle, and swim in the Mississippi River.
transport
수송하다
Ships transport goods along the river.
waterway
수로
The Mississippi River is an important waterway.
wet
젖은
This made nearby fields wet.
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