Dynamic Listening & Speaking-Book 1 (E)
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세트공유
confuse
to make someone uncertain of something
The old lady easily gets confused.
construction
the act of building something
A new hotel is now under construction.
contain
to have an item that holds something inside of it
The box contains a gift for your mother.
experiment
a scientific test that is performed to study something and see how it reacts to different conditions
The scientists did experiments on many small animals.
frail
being easily weak or broken
He is so frail that he can't walk without a cane.
identify
to discover who a person or thing is
She was able to identify the person who stole her purse.
public
having to do with people as a general whole
A public toilet needs to be used cleanly.
reputation
the general opinion that people have about someone or something
She had a very bad reputation among her friends.
wallet
a small case that is flat and can hold money and other important information
I keep my money in my wallet.
whisper
to speak very, very quiety, usually to a person sitting next to you
In library you must whisper when you say something.
aerobics
exercises that encourage the body to use oxygen in order to strengthen the lungs and heart
She does aerobics every day.
at least
no less than
Actually, I love baseball. I used to watch it once a month at least.
healthy
being free from illness, disease, and other physical problems
His grandfather is very healthy.
in good shape
appropriate level of fitness for a person of a certain age
He's in good shape for a man of his age.
martial art
any of several forms of fighting and self-defense that are practiced as sports
I'll teach him martial arts.
peaceful
being calm and quiet
A quiet night is very peaceful.
suggest
to state a particular idea or plan to be considered by other people
He suggested a hike, and we agreed that.
tournament
a sports contest in which players or teams play multiple games until there is one winner
The world cup tournament seems to be the most difficult to win.
truth
the state of matching reality
Don’t lie to me. Tell me the truth.
wrestling
the act of engaging in close hand-to-hand combat
WWE wrestling is a very popular sports entertainment program.
appointment
an agreement to meet someone at a specific time and place for a particular reason
My dental appointment is at two o'clock tomorrow afternoon.
flu
(usually with "the") an illness that causes soreness of the body, fever and tiredness; INFLUENZA
Many people around me have got flu.
headache
a feeling of pain or discomfort in the head
My head hurts. I have a headache.
indigestion
소화불량
I have indigestion. It seems I ate lunch too fast.
medicine
a substance that is given to a person to relieve pain or cure sickness
The doctor told me to take medicine for one week.
possible
being able to be done or achieved
It's not possible to be at two places at the same time.
serious
being dangerous or having a potentially negative effect
Nani has a sore throat but it's not serious.
stomachache
a pain in the belly
The boy ate too much candy and now has a stomachache.
symptom
a sign in the body or mind that appears to suggest that one has an illness
Jack didn't show any symptoms of the disease.
apply for
to make a formal request
I will apply for the secretary position today.
commute
to travel some distance on a regular basis, usually to work and back
I commute about 25 minutes to work every day.
contact
to communicate with someone
In an emergency, you must contact me as soon as possible.
get married
to become a husband or a wife
I don' want to get married until I am at least 35.
maintain
to keep something working properly by regularly checking for and fixing any problems
It costs a lot of money to maintain this machine.
opportunity
an occasion in which one is able to do something
Don’t miss the opportunity.
private
being used by or available to only a single person or group
She went to a private school.
prize
something a person receives for winning a contest or doing something very well
He was awarded the Nobel Peace prize.
skill
the ability to do something successfully, as a result of training, experience and practice
He has amazing soccer skills.
specialize
to focus on one area of a field or profession
My major was music, and I specialized in piano.
apologize
to express regret for a fault, mistake or error
Tom apologized to Sue for being late.
appreciate
to be thankful or grateful for something or someone
I really appreciated the birthday card. I thought everyone forgot.
concentrate
to focus completely on a task
I have to concentrate more on my math class.
discuss
to address an issue in great detail
Our class will discuss World War II.
female
having to do with to the sex that can produce eggs or babies
I do like Justin Lakeford, but my favorite female artist is Brenda.
hazardous
involving danger, risk, and potential damages
Smoking cigarrettes is hazardous to your health.
outfit
a suit of clothes for a particular event or activity
She was wearing an expensive new outfit.
respect
to show regard or admiration or feel for someone or something
I respect her for her brave ideas.
responsible
being the cause of something that has occurred
Sue was responsible for feeding her pets on time.
solution
a way to solve or deal with a problem
Did you think of a solution to your problem?
tuition
the money that is paid for one's instruction in a school, often college or university
Some universities charge a great deal for tuition.
affect
to do something that causes a change in someone's situation
His opinion will not affect my decision.
compare
to look at something with the idea of how it is similar to or different from something else
If you compare the prices of the two shops, you will realize one is much cheaper.
disaster
a terrible event
Earthquakes, tsunamis and typhoons are considered natural disasters.
evaluation
a judgment regarding the value or condition of people or things made by examining their qualities closely
At most universities, at the end of each semester, students turn in evaluation forms about their professors.
evidence
materials, facts, and information used in a court of law to establish or prove something
The police found no evidence that she had stolen the money.
habit
a way in which one usually behaves, often without thinking about it
Eating a lot of candy is a bad habit.
language
the words and signs that people of a common nation or region use to communicate with each other
My second language is Spanish.
opinion
an attitude or belief about something
I strongly disagree with her opinion.
regularly
at the usual time each day, week, or month
Janis regularly goes to the healthclub every Monday, Wednesday, and Friday.
ruin
to damage or completely destroy something
After the fire, the house was ruined.
bill
a list of goods or services received, and the price owed for them
You can pay your bills at the bank or even at some convenient stores.
cash
money in its physical form, such as metal coins or paper bills
My dad never uses credit cards, he always pays in cash.
charge
to request a certain amount of money for a service
The restaurant charged 20 dollars for dinner.
consider
to think about someone or something in a certain way
My doctor considers regular exercise to be the best way to stay in good health.
disapproval
a negative opinion about someone or something
In this case, diners may tip 10% to show their disapproval.
extra
more than what is normal or expected
Having a part time job will give you extra money.
necessary
being needed or required
It is not necessary to go to school on Sunday.
normal
having standard mental or physical ability or health
In general, it is normal for people to tip 15% of the cost of the meal.
reservation
an agreement to keep something
We made a reservation at our favorite restaurant tonight.
rude
not polite; showing little regard for other people's feelings
Most passengers are polite, but some are rude.
additional
extra; a greater amount than is usual
I paid additional charge my baggage was over weight.
bracelet
a chain or band worn around the wrist
The young girl likes to wear her mother's bracelet.
decent
being fairly good, acceptable
That dress is 50dollers. That’s a decent price.
material
the physical substance, such as wood or metal, that something is made of
This handbag is hand-made, using the best material.
purchase
the act of buying something
The woman's trying to exchange her purchase.
save
to keep money so that you will have it later
I should have enough saved to buy them by March.
section
a specific area or region within a larger place
You don't have to smoke in non-smoking section.
title
the name given to a creative work, such as a book, to identify or describe it
What's the title of the song?
wrap
to cover or ENCLOSE something with a thin material such as paper or cloth
I have to wrap the present.
awful
very bad
Ugh! This soup tastes awful.
baggage
luggage
The couple are waiting for their baggage in the airport.
boarding pass
탑승권
Flight 683 to Berlin is now boarding at gate 7. Have your boarding pass ready.
concourse
a large area in an airport or railway station, or in front of a public building, where people can walk
That’s on the lower concourse, so we have to go down the elevator.
delay
to make something happen at a later time than was planned
I will delay my meeting with Doris until tomorrow.
depart
to leave
The plane departed on time this morning.
guarantee
a written promise that a thing will work as expected, or will be repaired without cost if it does not
My new stove has a money-back guarantee if I'm not satisfied.
imagine
to form ideas or images in your head that are not real
I can't imagine life without the money.
land
to come down to the surface or the ground
Ladies and gentlemen, the plane is going to land in 30 minutes.
passenger
a person riding in but not driving a vehicle
The passenger is taking the wrong bus.
along
in a line down the length of something
They are walking along the beach.
book
to reserve something so that you can have or use it at a future time
I want to book two seats for the movie.
crowded
full of people
The theater was so crowded that he couldn't get a seat.
feed
to give someone or something food
Zookeeper told me to feed and water the horses.
flight
a journey in an AIRPLANE or other flying vehicle
My flight to China is in three hours.
lush
being healthy and full of life with regards to plants, trees, and regions
The tree is lush with green leaves.
magnificent
splendid, brilliant
The king wore a magnificent crown on his head.
sightseeing
the visiting of interesting places, especially by people on holiday
He did a lot of sightseeing when we were in London.
terrific
excellent, wonderful
Chan-ho Park is a terrific baseball player.
weather
the temperature and overall atmospheric condition of a particular area at a given time
I love very warm and sunny weather.
accident
a bad event that often happens suddenly and mistakenly
The car was damaged in the accident.
blizzard
a powerful storm with large amounts of snow and strong winds
The snow blizzard came very suddenly.
breeze
a soft movement of air
The breeze made the leaves shake on the trees.
degree
a unit used for measuring ANGLES or temperatures
The temperature fell 10 degrees last night.
expect
to believe that something is probably going to happen
On Friday, we can expect light winds and mild-to-cool temperatures.
humid
having wet and heavy air due to water in the atmosphere
During the summer it is very humid and hot.
mild
(of weather) being neither too cold nor too not
Britain has a mild climate, it's never hot nor cold.
overcast
being covered by clouds, usually referring to the sky
In a short time, the sky was overcast with dark clouds.
temperature
a measure of hotness or coldness
The water temperature was so low; I thought I was going to freeze!
thermometer
an instrument for measuring temperature
According to the thermometer, the temperature is only 3 degrees outside.
beginner
one who is just starting to learn something
It is common for beginners to make many mistakes at first.
definitely
in a manner that is clear and easily understood
This is definitely the place where I lost my wallet.
fiction
a book or story including ideas , people and events that are not real
Do you like science fiction, Mary?
hobby
an activity a person does for pleasure or relaxation when not at work
My hobby is collecting baseball cards.
horror
scary; very shocking
The horror movie was scary.
join
to PARTICIPATE in an activity with others
She wants to join our club.
less
a smaller amount
My mom gave me less juice than my brother.
photography
the skill or job of taking photographs using a camera
Her hobby is photography.
rarely
in an infrequent manner
I rarely eat a large breakfast during the week.
recommend
to say someone or something has good qualities and perform well at something
She recommended a good dictionary to me.
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