Dynamic Listening & Speaking-Book 2 (E)
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세트공유
advice
a suggestion or an opinion regarding what someone should or should not do
She didn't accept advice from you.
avoid
to stay away from something
I try to avoid the rush hour if I can.
biology
the study of living things
In the biology class, students looked at leaves under a microscope.
blind date
a social date with a person one has not met
I met a nice guy at the blind date last week.
connect
to attach something to something else
Before turning on the computer, you should connect the cord to the printer.
culture
the beliefs, attitudes, and ways of life of a particular group of people or society
It is important to learn about a country’s culture.
freshman
a student in the first year (as of high school or college)
This is my first year of college; I'm a freshman.
lend
to allow someone to borrow something with the agreement that it will be returned
I lent David my camera, but he broke it.
nervous
feeling uneasy or anxious about something
I feel nervous before a test.
polite
showing respect and consideration for the needs or feelings of other people
He is always polite to his teachers.
shake hands
to join hands with another and move them up and down
They shook hands after they made the deal.
complaint
a statement of unhappiness about something or someone
The customer has a complaint about our products.
complete
to make something whole or fill in what is missing
Were you able to complete the entire survey?
debit
the amount of money that has been spent from an account
I have to debit 500 dollars from the ATM machine.
detail
a small piece of information or fact
Every little detail is helpful in an investigation.
form
an official DOCUMENT with spaces for writing or printing information
Please sign this form.
interest
the money that is paid by a person who borrows money to the lender in exchange for being able to borrow
We have to pay the bank some interest every month.
loan
(formal) the act of giving something to someone that you allow them to use, but which they must return to you after a period of time
I have to pay back my student loans.
payment
the act of giving money for something
There will be a penalty for late payment of bills.
proof
something that shows that something else exists or is true
These bones are proof that raccoons lived here.
withdraw
to take money out of an account such as a bank account
I would like to withdraw money from the ATM, but I don't know how.
application
a formal, written request for something
I need to submit my job applications this week.
budget
a certain amount of money that can be used for something, or a plan for how to use this money
I need to get a budget so I can save more of my money.
consult
to ask the advice or opinion of a person who specializes in a certain area
If the pain continues, consult your doctor.
emotional
able to express emotion easily; tending to feel emotion as a reaction to things
She gave an emotional speech about her dead mother.
emphasize
to place stress on something to show its importance
The teacher emphasized the importance of paying attention in class.
intonation
the way speech rises and falls in pitch
Stress and intonation are not easy to learn in a foreign language.
invoice
an accounting document listing goods and services sold, and the amount due to be paid
Can I get your signature on the invoice, please?
negotiate
to discuss something formally for the purpose of reaching an agreement about it
I will try to negotiate a deal with him.
permanent
lasting forever; intended to last for a very long time
I'm looking for a permanent job, not a temporary one.
temporary
continuing or lasting for a limited or short time
I'm looking for a permanent job, not a temporary one.
analyze
to carefully examine a substance to determine what it is made of
We need to analyze the details more before we make a conclusion.
antibiotic
a medicine that is used to fight certain kinds of diseases
He treated the dog with antibiotics.
blood pressure
the pressure of blood as it travels around the body
The nurse took my blood pressure and wrote it down on the chart.
congested
very crowded
At rush hour the roads are completed congested.
infection
the act or state of becoming INFECTED with a disease
The infection on his cut hand looked very serious.
lung
one of the two parts of the body that allows people to breathe by drawing in, holding, and pushing out air
You cannot live without your lungs, so stop smoking.
restrict
to control the number, speed, or amount of something
We restrict the number of students per class to 10.
stethoscope
an instrument that a doctor uses to listen to someone's heart and breathing
The doctor placed the stethoscope to my back and listened to my breathing.
subside
to become quieter or less strong
The police are hoping that the violence will soon subside.
unconscious
having lost the state of consciousness, as in asleep
This young lady was in a car accident, and she’s unconscious.
adult
a person who is legally responsible for himself or herself
You become an adult when you are 18 years old.
for example
예를 들면
We need more things to eat for example fruit, bread and cheese.
get along with
have a smooth relationship
My older brother and I really get along with each other.
middle
being close to the center of something
The young child is standing in the middle of the street
popular
being liked or supported by a large number of people
Tennis is one of the most popular sports.
present
something given to a person on a special occasion or as a way to show thanks or love
There was a big present under the Christmas tree.
recent
occurring only a short time ago
There have been many changes in recent years.
return
to come back after being away from somewhere
Your father will return home in two hours.
university
an institution of higher learning where students work toward academic degrees and where research is conducted
After high school, she’s going to university.
activity
something a person does to achieve a specific goal or to have fun
The club provides a wide variety of activities.
almost
nearly but not quite
Come inside. It’s almost time for dinner!
auditorium
a building commonly used for events such as concerts or lectures
The auditions were held in the auditorium.
equipment
the tools, supplies, or materials needed to perform a task or activity
It doesn't work! I think our equipment’s too old.
last
to continue to be useful or available to someone for a set amount of time
This movie will last about one hour.
participate
to be involved and actively included in something, usually with others
I rarely participate in afterschool activities.
physics
the scientific study of forces and matter and the ways they affect each other
Chemistry and physics are my favorite subjects.
practice
to do something repeatedly in order to improve a skill
If we practice hard, we will improve.
semester
one of two main parts of an academic year at many schools and colleges
The fall semester begins in September.
chopped
cut into small bits
We added chopped garlic to the recipe.
flour
a powder that is produced from grain and is used for making food
Did you buy flour at the store?
ingredient
one of the food items used when making a meal or drink
Before you start cooking, make sure you have all the ingredients.
medium
having a middle size, condition, or amount
I needed a medium size shirt, but I couldn't find any
prefer
to like someone or something more than other things or people
I prefer a brand new car to a used one.
recipe
a list of items needed and a procedure to follow in order to cook a particular dish
My mother gave me her secret recipe for spaghetti sauce.
seafood
edible sea creatures such as crab and lobster
seafood is best when it is fresh.
spicy
hot and strongly flavored in taste
Korean food can be a bit too spicy for some people.
typical
having the usual or normal features of a group
He looked like a typical tourist with his camera and baseball cap.
at least
no less than
The doctor told me to take the pills at least twice a day.
consider
to think about someone or something in a certain way
I always consider Jane a great friend.
employee
a person who works for someone else
I'm a new employee of the City Bank.
fall asleep
to go to sleep
I couldn't fall asleep so I watched a movie.
hardly
only just or almost not true or possible
He is so fat that he can hardly walk.
instead
as a replacement; because another thing is not possible or not preferable
instead of doing my homework, I played outside.
look forward to
to expect; to hope for eagerly
We're really looking forward to seeing you again.
result
the product of things that happened before
Does anyone know the result of last night football match?
spend
to use money in order to buy something
Matt is going to spend $59 on those shoes.
wealthy
having a great quantity of money or property
He is very wealthy and owns a private jet.
confirm
to state or show whether or not something is true
I just called to confirm our meeting today.
downtown
the central area or commercial center of a town or city
She lives in an apartment in downtown Seoul.
far
at or to a great distance
Tom's house is far from the main city.
genetic
relating to GENES or the scientific study of how a living thing's appearance, growth, and development are determined and transferred between generations
Scientists think the answer might be genetic. In other words, men are just born that way.
intersection
a place where two things cross
The accident occurred at a busy intersection.
opposite
across from or on the other side of something
This building is just on the opposite of City Hall. You can find it easily.
survey
a question or a group of questions asked to many people in order to gather information about a particular topic
The survey tells us people’s favorite hobbies.
theater
a building or area with a stage on which something is performed such as a play
There was a movie theater near here his house.
analyze
to carefully examine a substance to determine what it is made of
We need to analyze the details more before we make a conclusion.
efficient
capable of producing the wanted result without wasting resources such as time, money or energy
Nowadays, people are looking for cars that are efficient and reliable.
empty
having nothing inside
When I arrived, the classroom was empty. The professor must have canceled class.
insert
to put something into a certain place or spot
They had to insert an flyer in every newspaper by hand.
machine
a device or piece of equipment that does work using moving parts and uses electricity or other forms of power
machines have taken over many difficult and dangerous jobs.
snail
a small creature with a soft body that lives in a SHELL and moves very slowly
The snail has a hard shell.
sweep
to clean a surface with a brush
The children are sweeping the snow away from the house.
transfer
to get off a plane, bus, or train, and travel on another one
You should transfer from bus to subway.
transportation
an act, system, or business of moving people or goods from one place to another
If you don't have a car you can always use public transportation.
turnstile
(한 사람씩 드나들게 되어 있는) 회전식 문
Many people passed through the turnstile.
advantage
something that puts a person in a more successful position than others
Public transportation has good advantages for the environment.
check-in
입실 수속을 하다
If you get the bags I'll check-in at the front desk.
complimentary
flattering; kindly worded
Guests to the hotel enjoy complimentary coffee and tea in the lobby.
included
포함된
His name is not included in the list.
luxury
A luxury is an expensive thing that you do not need.
We will never have enough money to be able to live in luxury.
refrigerator
a large piece of kitchen EQUIPMENT which uses electricity to keep food or drinks cool and at a low temperature
There isn't any ice in the refrigerator.
rollaway
접침대
I'll send two rollaways up to the room.
unlimited
being free from limits, restrictions or rules
If you pay $20 you can have unlimited food at the new buffet.
verify
to prove that something is right or true
You should verify that statement by looking it up in the book.
apologize
to express regret for a fault, mistake or error
You must apologize to people when you hurt them.
common
not unusual
Even a common cold is getting harder to cure.
confirm
to state or show whether or not something is true
I’m calling to confirm my reservation for tonight.
convenient
suited to a person's comfort or ease of use
The delivery service in Korea, is very convenient and fast.
crime
an act that is not legal
If you commit a crime, you will be punished.
criminal
a person who commits a crime
The criminal was caught selling fake diamonds.
graduation
the act of GRADUATING from a school or university
It was my first job after graduation.
reuse
to use something again
We can reuse these plastic cups on our picnic tomorrow.
utilize
to use something for a given purpose
We can utilize the sun as an energy source.
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