BigBook-Book 3 (K)
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brain

The Scarecrow wanted brains, the Tin Man wanted a heart, and the Cowardly Lion wanted courage.
brick
벽돌
To get to Oz, Dorothy had to follow the yellow brick road.
broom
빗자루
The Wizard promised to help, but he wanted the Wicked Witch’s broom handle.
capture
사로잡다
The Wicked Witch captured Dorothy.
click
딸깍 소리를 내다
Then, Glinda, the Witch of the North, told Dorothy to click her heels together, and Dorothy returned home with Toto.
courage
용기
The Scarecrow wanted brains, the Tin Man wanted a heart, and the Cowardly Lion wanted courage.
cowardly
겁 많은
Dorothy met the Scarecrow, the Tin Man, and the cowardly Lion.
cyclone
사이클론
A cyclone picked up their house with Dorothy and Toto in it.
greedy
탐욕스러운
The Wicked Witch of the West was very greedy.
land
착륙하다
The house landed in Munchkin region.
promise
약속하다
The Wizard promised to help, but he wanted the Wicked Witch’s broom handle.
ruby
루비
A good witch, the Witch of the North, gave Dorothy magic ruby slippers and said that the Wizard of Oz could help her go home.
wicked
사악한
The wicked Witch captured Dorothy.
witch
마녀
A good witch, the Witch of the North, gave Dorothy magic ruby slippers and said that the Wizard of Oz could help her go home.
wizard
마법사
A good witch, the Witch of the North, gave Dorothy magic ruby slippers and said that the wizard of Oz could help her go home.
arrive
도착하다
After a difficult two month journey, the Pilgrims arrived in Massachusetts Bay.
avoid
피하다
They taught the Pilgrims how to grow corn, take sap from maple trees, catch fish, and avoid poisonous plants.
bay

After a difficult two month journey, the Pilgrims arrived in Massachusetts bay.
blessing
축복
In November, 1621, after the first harvest, Constance, her family, and the rest of the Pilgrims celebrated their blessings.
celebrate
기념하다
The Wampanoag celebrated with them.
deer
사슴
They also taught the Pilgrims how to hunt deer.
free
자유로운
They wanted to be free to practice their religion.
harvest
추수
In November, 1621, after the first harvest, Constance, her family, and the rest of the Pilgrims celebrated their blessings.
journey
여행
After a difficult two month journey, the Pilgrims arrived in Massachusetts Bay.
last
계속하다
This celebration lasted for more than three days.
month
달,월
After a difficult two month journey, the Pilgrims arrived in Massachusetts Bay.
new
새로운
They wanted to find a new home.
religion
종교
They wanted to be free to practice their religion.
sap
수액
They taught the Pilgrims how to grow corn, take sap from maple trees, catch fish, and avoid poisonous plants.
supplies
물품
The winter had been very hard, and the Pilgrims did not have good food or supplies.
border
국경을 접하다
It is located on the western seaboard of the United States, and it is bordered by Mexico.
decorate
장식하다
The flag was decorated with a grizzly bear and a red star.
event
사건
The Bear flag represents an important event in the history of California.
flag
깃발
This flag shows the race is over.
fort
요새
On June 14, 1846, a small group of Californians marched to the Mexican fort.
govern
통치하다
The Mexican government treated the people of California unfairly.
grizzly bear
회색곰
The flag was decorated with a grizzly bear and a red star.
leader
지도자
The group captured the Mexican leader and made him a prisoner.
locate
(위치를) 찾아내다
It is located on the western seaboard of the United States, and it is bordered by Mexico.
march
행진하다
On June 14, 1846, a small group of Californians marched to the Mexican fort.
prisoner
포로
The group captured the Mexican leader and made him a prisoner.
replace
대체하다
It was replaced by the American flag on July 9, 1846.
represent
대표하다
The Bear flag represents an important event in the history of California.
treat
(특정한 태도로) 대하다
The Mexican government treated the people of California unfairly.
announcement
발표
They each tried to see the school bulletin board because it had several announcements about upcoming events.
attention
주의, 집중
One announcement grabbed Martin’s attention.
bulletin
게시판
They each tried to see the school bulletin board because it had several announcements about upcoming events.
chore
잡일
He earned it by doing chores.
cost
비용
The registration was $15.00, and the cost of materials was $105.00
course
강좌
The after-school program would begin in January, and it would offer several different after school courses and activities.
earn
(돈을) 벌다
He earned it by doing chores.
grab
잡다, 관심을 끌다
One announcement grabbed Martin’s attention.
lunch
점심
It was lunchtime, and Martin and his friends gathered around the lunch table.
offer
제공하다
The after-school program would begin in January, and it would offer several different after school courses and activities.
program
프로그램
It said that the school would be sponsoring a new after-school program.
registration
등록(비)
The registration was $15 00, and the cost of materials was $105.00
robotics
로봇공학
One of the courses would teach robotics, and Martin wondered if he would be able to take that course.
sponsor
후원하다
It said that the school would be sponsoring a new after-school program.
upcoming
곧 있을
They each tried to see the school bulletin board because it had several announcements about upcoming events.
above
~보다 위에
Mrs.Smith wrote cupcakes above one circle, and she wrote regular cakes above the other circle.
board

She drew two large and overlapping circles on the board.
circle

She drew two large and overlapping circles on the board.
compare
비교하다
It is used to compare and contrast information.
contrast
대조하다
It is used to compare and contrast information.
cupcake
컵케이크
"What do cupcakes and regular cakes have in common?"
dessert
후식
Mrs. Smith wrote the words cake, dessert, and frosting in the middle section of the Venn diagram.
frosting
설탕 입힘
"They have frosting."
in common
공통으로, 공동으로
"What do cupcakes and regular cakes have in common?"
individual
개인의
Mrs. Smith wrote the words small, round, and individual in the circle.
information
정보
It is used to compare and contrast information.
overlap
겹치다
She drew two large and overlapping circles on the board.
rectangle
직사각형
A student answered, "A regular cake is bigger, and it is shaped like a rectangle."
special
특별한
"What is special or different about cupcakes?"
astronomy
천문학
She studied mathematics, history, geography, and astronomy.
become
~되다
Elizabeth became Queen Elizabeth I on November 17, 1558.
formal
정규적인
Elizabeth had a formal education.
history
역사
She studied mathematics, history, geography, and astronomy.
hunt
사냥하다
She played several musical instruments, and she learned to dance, ride horses, and hunt.
last
마지막
She was the last of the Tudor rulers.
marry
~와 결혼하다
When Elizabeth was three years old, her mother was beheaded because the king wanted to marry someone who would give him a son.
mathematics
수학
She studied mathematics, history, geography, and astronomy.
popular
인기 있는
She was a very good and popular ruler.
queen
여왕
Elizabeth is sometimes called "The Virgin queen."
reign
통치 기간
Her long reign helped to stabilize England, and England became very powerful.
ruler
지배자
He thought a son would be a better ruler.
several
몇몇의
She played several musical instruments, and she learned to dance, ride horses, and hunt.
stabilize
안정되다
Her long reign helped to stabilize England, and England became very powerful.
central
중앙의
It helps children in South America and central America, and it helps children in the Caribbean.
compassion
연민,동정심
compassion International is a group of people.
connect
연결되다
Each sponsor connects with a child and sends money to help support the child.
focus
집중하다
The new ministry focuses on the special needs of the children and young people in the United States.
found
설립하다
The group was founded by Rev.Everret Swanson in 1952.
local
지역의
It worked with local churches in poor urban neighborhoods.
ministry
부, 부처
In 2003, Compassion International began a new ministry.
organization
단체
The new organization is called YouthPartnersNET.
partnership
협력
It builds partnerships between local churches and businesses
poverty
가난
Compassion International calls for individuals to sponsor children in areas of poverty.
spiritual
정신적인
YouthPartnersNET reaches out to children and young people who live in spiritual and physical poverty.
today
현재
today, it has more than 18,000 sponsors.
urban
도시의
It worked with local churches in poor urban neighborhoods.
visit
방문하다
Sponsors are invited to visit the children whom they support.
alien
외계인
Some people believe the Chupacabra is the result of a lab experiment, and some people believe that aliens from another planet left it behind.
blood

It just eats the blood.
experiment
실험
Some people believe the Chupacabra is the result of a lab experiment, and some people believe that aliens from another planet left it behind.
flesh
살,고기
The Chupacabra does not eat the flesh of its prey.
jaw

It resembles a wolf with a long jaw, and it has short front legs.
lab
실험실
Some people believe the Chupacabra is the result of a lab experiment, and some people believe that aliens from another planet left it behind.
livestock
가축
It has hunted chickens and livestock, but it has not carried off its victims.
mascot
마스코트
Some people in Puerto Rico made the Chupacabra as their town mascot.
merchandise
상품
They sell Chupacabra merchandise in their markets.
mysterious
불가사의한
The Chupacabra is a mysterious creature.
percent
퍼센트
A vampire bat eats 40 to 60 percent of its body weight in blood.
result
결과
Some people believe the Chupacabra is the result of a lab experiment, and some people believe that aliens from another planet left it behind.
spot
발견하다
It lives in the Americas and was spotted in Texas, but it was seen far away in Russia, too.
vampire bat
흡혈박쥐
The only other mammal that survives on blood is the vampire bat.
victim
피해자
It has hunted chickens and livestock, but it has not carried off its victims.
coastal
해안의
Tsunamis move with a lot of power and can destroy large coastal areas.
earthquake
지진
earthquakes and tsunamis are natural phenomena.
foot
(길이 단위) 피트
It created a 30 foot tsunami.
natural
자연의
Earthquakes and tsunamis are natural phenomena.
occur
발생하다
When an earthquake occurs under the ocean, the sudden shift moves the water.
phenomenon
현상
Earthquakes and tsunamis are natural phenomena.
plate

Each piece of the puzzle is called a tectonic plate.
puzzle
퍼즐
It is like a puzzle.
Richter scale
리히터 척도
The shaking can be measured by a Richter scale.
rise
오르다
As the fast moving water moves closer to the shore, the wave rises higher.
shaking
흔들림
The shift results in a shaking.
shift
(위치, 방향의) 변화, 이동
When one tectonic plate slips under another tectonic plate, it causes a shift in the earth’s surface.
shore
해안
As the fast moving water moves closer to the shore, the wave rises higher.
slip
살짝 움직이다, 미끄러지다
When one tectonic plate slips under another tectonic plate, it causes a shift in the earth’s surface.
tsunami
쓰나미
Earthquakes and tsunamis are natural phenomena.
ancestor
조상
Even though it is hard to live in this region, my ancestors lived here a long time ago, and we have kept our heritage.
Arctic
북극의
I live in the arctic polar region with my family.
bog
습지
The tundra is a desert that is dotted with bogs and ponds.
climate
기후
Arctic foxes, hares, and polar bears live in this frigid climate.
cone
원뿔
Our houses are cone-shaped tents.
correct
맞는
But that’s not correct!
frigid
몹시 추운
Arctic foxes, hares, and polar bears live in this frigid climate.
heritage
유산
Even though it is hard to live in this region, my ancestors lived here a long time ago, and we have kept our heritage.
insect
곤충
Some people think that there aren’t many animals and insects living in this frozen tundra desert.
plain
평원
My dad said the word "tundra" means "treeless plain".
pond
연못
The tundra is a desert that is dotted with bogs and ponds.
region
지역
I live in the Arctic polar region with my family.
severe
극심한
Often, there are severe winter storms, and food is hard to find.
tent
텐트
Our houses are cone-shaped tents.
tundra
툰드라
The Arctic polar region is called the tundra.
bean

Iron can be found in meats, tuna and salmon, eggs, beans, and several other foods.
box
상자
Have you ever looked at a box of cereal?
broccoli
브로콜리
Calcium can be found in dairy products like milk, vegetables like broccoli, and fish like salmon and sardines.
calcium
칼슘
calcium is one essential mineral.
cereal
시리얼
Have you ever looked at a box of cereal?
essential
필수적인
Calcium is one essential mineral.
iron
철분
iron is another important mineral.
lung

Iron helps to carry oxygen from your lungs to the rest of your body.
mineral
미네랄
They are listed because minerals are an important part of your diet.
oxygen
산소
Iron helps to carry oxygen from your lungs to the rest of your body.
plant
식물
plants take in minerals through their roots.
root
뿌리
Plants take in minerals through their roots.
salmon
연어
Calcium can be found in dairy products like milk, vegetables like broccoli, and fish like salmon and sardines.
sardine
정어리
Calcium can be found in dairy products like milk, vegetables like broccoli, and fish like salmon and sardines.
solid
고체의
A mineral is a solid element.
agree
동의하다
When the father decided that the fencing master was the most skillful, the other brothers agreed.
barber
이발사
One son became a barber.
blacksmith
대장장이
One son became a blacksmith.
bury
묻다
When they got older, they died, and the three brothers were buried in the same grave.
clever
영리한
The brothers were very clever.
grave
무덤
When they got older, they died, and the three brothers were buried in the same grave.
hare
토끼
The barber shaved a running hare.
learn
배우다
The man told each of his sons to learn a trade.
leave
남기다
He wanted to leave them something when he died, but all he had was his house.
poor
가난한
The poor man needs money.
skillful
숙련된
The son who was most skillful would get the house, so each son became very skillful
son
아들
One son became a barber.
sword
칼, 검
And the fencing master waved his sword so quickly over his head that he stayed dry when it rained.
trade
직업, 일
The man told each of his sons to learn a trade.
wealthy
부유한
They became wealthy because they had learned their trades so well, and they lived together in the same house because they loved each other so much.
blend
혼합
The young musician explained that fusion music is a blend of different explained that fusion music is a blend of different
blues
블루스
They also listened to country, blues, and gospel music.
clarinet
클라리넷
The jazz musicians had used instruments like the piano, drums, saxophone, clarinet, and trumpet.
drum
드럼
The jazz musicians had used instruments like the piano, drums, saxophone, clarinet, and trumpet.
explain
설명하다
The young musician explained that fusion music is a blend of different musical sounds and styles.
fusion
융합, 결합
This semester students are learning about fusion music.
gospel
복음 성가
They also listened to country, blues, and gospel music.
guitar
기타
They added electric pianos and electric guitars that had been used for rock music.
instrument
악기, 기구
They also began to use different instruments to play jazz.
interview
인터뷰하다
The store invited the students to meet and interview some local musicians.
musician
음악가
The store invited the students to meet and interview some local musicians.
saxophone
색소폰
The jazz musicians had used instruments like the piano, drums, saxophone, clarinet, and trumpet.
semester
학기
This semester students are learning about fusion music.
style
방식
They listened to different styles of music.
trumpet
트럼펫
The jazz musicians had used instruments like the piano, drums, saxophone, clarinet, and trumpet.
ancient
고대의
The people of ancient Greece had a rich culture.
archery
활쏘기
He was the god of archery, music, and poetry.
chariot
마차
He rode a great chariot.
cure
치료하다
He also had the ability to cause or cure illness.
flood
홍수
If Poseidon became angry, he ordered huge sea monsters to cause floods or he made violent waves to harm people.
harm
해치다
If Poseidon became angry, he ordered huge sea monsters to cause floods or he made violent waves to harm people.
heaven
천국
He also ruled the heavens and men.
honor
존경하다
If people honored Zeus, they would get rewards.
law

Zeus created laws to control the earth and its elements.
reward
보상
If people honored Zeus, they would get rewards.
rule
지배하다
He also ruled the heavens and men.
symbol
상징
His symbol and greatest weapon was a thunderbolt.
weapon
무기
His symbol and greatest weapon was a thunderbolt.
worship
숭배하다
The people worshiped many gods.
bare
발가벗은
So, Hercules killed the lion with his bare hands, and he took the lion’s skin for his cloak!
cloak
망토
So, Hercules killed the lion with his bare hands, and he took the lion’s skin for his cloak!
complete
끝마치다
When Hercules grew up, he completed twelve great feats.
crib
유아용 침대
When Hercules was a baby, Hera put two snakes in his crib, but Hercules was not afraid.
defeat
물리치다
It was too hard for Hercules to defeat the Hydra by himself.
destroy
파괴하다
Another time, Hercules destroyed the Lernaean Hydra.
feat
위업
One feat was to kill the Nemean lion.
half
절반의
He was half god and half human.
jealous
질투하는
She was jealous and angry, and she tried to harm Hercules.
monster
괴물
The hydra was a monster with many heads.
nephew
조카
So he asked his nephew Iolaus for help and the Hydra was defeated.
ordinary
평범한
The Nemean lion was not an ordinary lion.
poisonous
독이 있는
Each head had sharp teeth and poisonous breath.
sharp
날카로운
Each head had sharp teeth and poisonous breath.
spear

It was a giant creature, and spears and arrows could not hurt it.
carnivore
육식동물
carnivores were meat eaters.
climate
기후
Others believe that dinosaurs couldn’t survive the earth’s changing climate, and other scientists believe many volcanic eruptions killed the dinosaurs.
creature
동물, 생물
Dinosaurs were a special kind of creature that lived on the earth about 230 million years ago.
disappear
사라지다
Most dinosaurs disappeared about 65 million years ago, but scientists are not sure why.
eruption
폭발
Others believe that dinosaurs couldn’t survive the earth’s changing climate, and other scientists believe many volcanic eruptions killed the dinosaurs.
grind
갈다
Herbivores needed flat, wide teeth to grind plants.
herbivore
초식동물
herbivores were plant eaters.
hind
뒤의
They had strong hind legs and smaller forelegs.
intestine
창자
Herbivores had larger intestines than carnivores.
omnivore
잡식동물
Omnivores ate both plants and meat.
quantity
수량
The reason why herbivores had larger intestines was that they ate larger quantities of food.
rip
찢다
Carnivores needed sharp teeth to rip and tear flesh.
shape
모양
They came in many shapes and sizes.
story

Some dinosaurs were as tall as a five story building.
survive
살아남다
Others believe that dinosaurs couldn’t survive the earth’s changing climate, and other scientists believe many volcanic eruptions killed the dinosaurs.
article
기사
He had to find an article for a school project.
atmosphere
대기
This will make a radiation storm in the atmosphere, and the energy from it would create a giant storm cloud over the entire world.
blackout
정전
"It is going to cause a global blackout."
communication
통신
"Communication systems will stop working."
electricity
전기
"The sky will be dark, and there won’t be any electricity."
entire
전체의
This will make a radiation storm in the atmosphere, and the energy from it would create a giant storm cloud over the entire world.
explosion
폭발
Joe read that a large solar explosion was going to cause a huge wave of magnetic energy.
global
세계적인
"It is going to cause a global blackout."
grin
활짝 웃다
Joe grinned.
huge
거대한
Joe read that a large solar explosion was going to cause a huge wave of magnetic energy.
magnetic
자성의
Joe read that a large solar explosion was going to cause a huge wave of magnetic energy.
predict
예측하다
He said, "Joe, scientists can predict some solar explosions, but they understand how we are protected from them, too."
project
과제
He had to find an article for a school project.
radiation
방사선, 복사
This will make a radiation storm in the atmosphere, and the energy from it would create a giant storm cloud over the entire world.
solar
태양의
Joe read that a large solar explosion was going to cause a huge wave of magnetic energy.
absorb
흡수하다
It rained so much that the rainwater could not be absorbed into the ground.
basin
유역
The Carson River is a drainage basin that collects water from the area around it.
century
세기
In January 1997, Nevada had "the flood of the century."
collect
모으다
The Carson River is a drainage basin that collects water from the area around it.
damage
손상
The flood caused more than $10 million in damages.
declare
선언하다
The governor of Nevada declared a state of emergency.
drainage
배수
The Carson River is a drainage basin that collects water from the area around it.
emergency
비상
The governor of Nevada declared a state of emergency.
evacuate
대피시키다
More than 125,000 homes had to be evacuated in Nevada and California.
expect
예상하다
No one expected so much rain!
governor
지사
The governor of Nevada declared a state of emergency.
normally
보통
normally, the river moves about 411 gallons of water per second, but with so much rain, the river began to move 205,700 gallons per second.
overflow
넘치다
The Carson River overflowed.
swell
부풀다
With all of that rain, the Carson River swelled up higher and higher.
colonial
식민지의
Slavery was important to the economy of colonial America.
cotton

They picked crops like tobacco and cotton.
crop
작물
They picked crops like tobacco and cotton.
economy
경제
Slavery was important to the economy of colonial America.
field
들판
Slaves were good field workers, and many people believed that the practice of slavery was good for the American economy.
goods
상품
Black slaves were traded for European goods and taken to the Americas.
hardware
철물
They were traded for goods like cloth, hardware, weapons, and rum.
master
주인
They cooked, cleaned, and cared for the children of their masters.
owner
소유주
Slaves had to work for their owners.
practice
실행
Slaves were good field workers, and many people believed that the practice of slavery was good for the American economy.
rum

They were traded for goods like cloth, hardware, weapons, and rum.
separate
분리하다
Sometimes, slave mothers, fathers, and children were sold and separated from each other.
slave
노예
The African slave trade began in the 15th century.
tobacco
담배
They picked crops like tobacco and cotton.
wrong
잘못된
Other people believed that slavery was wrong and tried to stop it.
accept
받아들이다
Tobacco was valuable like gold and silver, and the "tobacco notes" were accepted there for most of the 18th century.
coin
동전
People began to use coins in Greece and Rome around 600 B.C.
common
공동의, 공통의
Federal money was common to all of the states.
currency
통화
Later, Virginia and Maryland used real tobacco leaves for their legal currency.
dollar
달러
American paper money is called dollars or bank notes.
federal
연방정부의
In 1862, the U.S.Department of the Treasury printed the first federal money.
gold

The value of the paper notes was based on the value of gold and silver.
historically
역사적으로
They have pictures of powerful and historically important people on them.
legal
법적인
Later, Virginia and Maryland used real tobacco leaves for their legal currency.
money

He is rich. He has a lot of money!
official
공식적인
In 1690, the first official bank notes were printed in the New World.
print
인쇄하다
In 1690, the first official bank notes were printed in the New World.
silver

The value of the paper notes was based on the value of gold and silver.
value
가치
The value of the paper notes was based on the value of gold and silver.
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