English Chest (English Party)-Book 6 (E)
151 카드 | CompassPublishing
세트공유
blow out
to expel air from the lungs in order to extinguish a small flame
He didn’t blow out the candles.
hand in
to submit something
He handed in the assignment to his teacher.
put on
direct; produce
Did you put on your hat?
take off
to remove clothing from one's or another's body
She took off her coat.
throw away
to get rid of; to put in the trash
Don't throw away a garbage on the floor.
try out
to see how skillful one is in something
He tried out his new scooter.
comfortable
being physically relaxed and at ease
Your home is very comfortable. I feel very relaxed here.
hang up
to put down your telephone receiver after a call
I hung up my coat.
miss
to feel unhappy because of the absence of someone or something
Pablo really misses his mom.
pick up
to lift up, to collect something or someone from a certain place
Please pick up your toys!
science
a particular area of study within the field of science, such as physical science
My favorite class is science.
turn off
to stop electricity flowing; to cut the power to an electrical device or light
Could you turn off the light?
chalk
a type of limestone rock with chemical composition CaCO3
He is drawing a picture with chalk.
hopscotch
a game in which a player tosses an object on the ground
She is playing hopscotch.
ice cube
a small cube of artificial ice; used for cooling drinks
Ice cubes are made from water.
lemonade stand
레모네이드 노점
We bought some drinks at the lemonade stand.
making lemonade
레모네이드를 만들다
Picking the proper lemons is the first step in making lemonade.
poster
a large, printed notice or picture that is placed in an easily seen place to advertise something or to make the area appear more attractive
I hung two posters on the wall.
tour
a journey to multiple places in an area, usually including one or more countries
I love to go on a tour to Japan.
bath
the act of washing or cleaning the body performed by sitting or lying in a container of water
My baby sister takes a bath every day.
extremely
in a way that is much more than usual or expected
The weather was extremely hot today.
feed
to give someone or something food
I have to feed my dog.
mow
to cut a plant, usually grass, with a sharp tool or a machine containing a sharp tool
Did you mow the lawn?
petting zoo
동물과 접촉할 수 있는 동물원
Children will delight in feeding the animals at the petting zoo.
polar bear
a large white bear which is found near the North Pole
The polar bears got ice cubes with fish in the pool.
best
better than all the others
What is the best movie you have ever seen?
biggest
having the largest amount or size
The elephant is the biggest animal.
interesting
causing someone to feel excitement or want to know more about something
The story is very interesting.
look forward to
to expect; to hope for eagerly
We're really looking forward to seeing you again.
loudest music
너무 시끄러운 음악
He plays the loudest music I have ever heard.
nicest person
정말좋은 사람
Jane tries to be the nicest person.
smell
to be able to sense an odor
This pizza smells so good!
worst
the most bad
I watched the worst TV program I have ever seen. It was really boring.
adventure
an unusual experience that is possibly dangerous
They had some exciting adventures on their vacation.
breath
the air taken in and out of one's lungs
He told me to close my eyes and take deep breaths.
country
the open rural area outside of big towns and cities
They live in the country.
difficult
hard to manage, complete or do
This book is so difficult that I cannot read it.
incredible
being very good
The singer's voice was incredible.
special
being better, more important, or out of the ordinary
One day, Grandpa took me to his special place.
bored
to be uninterested in
The movie was really boring.
half
one of two equal parts that make up something
Cut the pie in half and enjoy it.
past
after a particular time
It’s a quarter past eight.
quarter
one of four equal parts into which something can be split or divided
Three months is a quarter of a year.
tired
become in need of rest or sleep; grow wear
I am tired, so I am going to take a nap.
worried
concerned
I am worried about the test.
angry
having strong feelings against something or someone as the result of something bad or seemingly unfair happening
My Mom was angry when I didn’t clean my room.
dodge ball
a game where two teams try to eliminate the other by striking them with balls
They like to play dodge ball.
go to bed
to go to sleep for the night
I went to bed late, so now I am tired.
hungry
needing or wanting to eat
Joe is very hungry. He wants a snack.
shout
to say something in a loud way
He shouted at the players to run faster.
weather
the temperature and overall atmospheric condition of a particular area at a given time
weather erodes it.
daydream
pleasant thoughts about something you would prefer to be doing or something you would like to do in the future
I often daydream about taking a long vacation.
fire alarm
a shout or bell to warn that fire has broken out
The fire alarm went off.
get dressed
put on clothes
Jody is getting dressed for a party tonight.
take care of
look after
I like to take care of my baby brother.
waiting for a bus
버스를 기다리는
I have been waiting for a bus for 30 minutes.
walking in the park
공원을 산책하다
She is walking in the park.
wash the dishes
process of cleaning dishes or plates
Please wash the dishes after dinner.
accident
a bad event that often happens suddenly and mistakenly
I saw a car accident last night.
downstairs
down the stairs; to a lower floor
I ran downstairs.
earthquake
a shaking of the ground
earthquakes can damage buildings and homes.
shake
to move something sharply up and down or from side to side
The earthquake shook the land.
snowboard
glide down a snow-covered slope while standing on a board
I often snowboard in winter.
upstairs
up the stairs; to a higher floor
I sleep upstairs in my bedroom.
embarrassed
ashamed; feeling bad about something that you did
I was embarrassed because I fell down the stairs.
fail
not to be successful
She failed the history test.
forget
to stop thinking about or considering someone or something
Sophia forgot her keys yesterday.
hurry
to rush or move quickly
She is going to miss her train, so she’s in a hurry.
rip
to tear or split something apart forcefully and quickly
He ripped his favorite pair of jeans with anger.
speech
a form of communication in which a person delivers a message by talking in front of an audience
The president gave an interesting speech.
spill
to cause a liquid to fall out of its container
He spilled juice all over the counter.
confused
not having a full understanding
I am confused by this question.
disappointed
unhappy because something is not what one wanted
I am disappointed with my math score.
nervous
feeling uneasy or anxious about something
I feel nervous when my teacher asks me a question.
pass
to succeed on a test or complete a class
If you don’t study hard, you won’t pass the test.
practice
to do something repeatedly in order to improve a skill
I practice soccer every day.
upset
to be angry and sad
She was upset about her test score.
blue whale
a very large sea animal that may reach a weight of 150 tons
The blue whale is the biggest animal in the world.
Channel Tunnel
영불 해협 터널
Which is longer, the Channel Tunnel or the Seikan Tunnel in Japan?
cheetah
a long-legged, swift-running wild cat
cheetahs can run very fast.
Everest
에베레스트 산
My dream is to climb Mount everest.
Nile
나일강
I want to sail down the nile.
Russia
a country located in Eastern Europe and North and West Asia whose capital is Moscow
Let’s visit russia someday.
completely
in every way and manner possible
The frogs put their orange legs under their bodies, so they are completely green.
dangerous
involving danger, harm, or death
Playing on the road is dangerous.
giraffe
a tall African animal with dark spots on its fur and an extremely long neck and legs
I want to see a giraffe in Africa.
museum
a place where objects from the field of art, science, or history are displayed and shown to the public
That museum has a great collection of art.
planet
a massive round object in space which moves around a star
I can see a planet in the sky tonight.
wolf
a wild animal related to dogs
A wolf is a member of the dog family.
acrobat
a person who does tricks in a circus
Annie is an acrobat. She is very bendy.
hammock
a large piece of cloth or strong net that one hangs between two trees or poles to sleep on
I slept in a hammock for the first time.
mosquito
a small flying insect which bites people and animals in order to consume their blood
I was bitten by a lot of mosquitoes.
orchard
a large area of land that has lots of fruit trees
He is at an almond orchard.
traditional
involved in a tradition
I wore traditional Korean clothes for the first time.
village
a very small community or town in the country
Jeff is the chief of this village.
bee
a flying insect with a yellow and black body that produces HONEY and defends itself primarily by attacking with its sharp tail
Ouch! I have been stung by a bee!
circus
a group of traveling actors and animals that perform shows often in a large tent, or the performance itself
My dad gave me tickets to the circus for my birthday.
diet
a plan of eating and drinking less than usual to reduce one's weight or improve one's health
You can only eat vegetables on this diet.
instrument
a device that is used for creating music
A musician is playing an instrument.
rainforest
a tropical forest with evergreen trees
There are many rare rainforest animals.
rodeo
an event where cowboy skills are performed
Have you ever been to a rodeo?
anniversary
a date on which an important event happened in a previous year
Today was my grandparents’ fiftieth wedding anniversary.
apron
a piece of clothing you wear when cooking to keep your clothes clean
My dad always wears an apron when he cooks on the barbecue.
basket
a container made from threads of wood, plastic or other materials that is used to carry objects by hand
I keep my toys in a basket.
gift certificate
a certificate entitling the bearer to select merchandise of a specified cash value from a store
She decided to get him a gift certificate for the pet store.
graduation
a ceremony where students receive their academic degrees
What should I buy my younger sister for graduation?
Mother's Day
어머니의 날
Here’s some pie, Mom. Happy Mother’s Day!
classmate
a fellow student; a person in one's same class
All of his classmates are going to the party.
coffee
a hot drink made from water and ground coffee beans
I like to drink coffee in the morning.
knife
an object made of a sharp piece of metal attached to a handle that is used for eating, cutting or as a weapon
A knife is used to cut the things.
lizard
a type of REPTILE that has scales and a long body and tail
David often goes to the pet store and looks at the lizards.
perfume
a liquid with a pleasing smell that women wear on their skin in small amounts
She bought a bottle of perfume.
robe
a long, loose fitting piece of clothing designed to wrap around the body that is worn before or after sleeping, bathing, or swimming
I wear a bath robe after I take a shower.
babysit
to look after a child while its parents are out
She often babysits her aunt’s son.
earn
to receive an income for work that you do
I need to earn money to travel around the world.
fluently
in an able and easy manner
What can I do to speak French fluently?
sell
to exchange a thing or service for money
I want to sell my bike and buy a new one.
travel
to go from one place to another place
I dream of travelling round the world.
volunteer
to offer to do something that is not required without being paid
You can volunteer to help old people in many different ways.
Australia
a country and the smallest continent, located between the Indian Ocean and the Pacific
There are many kangaroos in australia.
exercise
to perform physical activities in order to make yourself healthier
You should exercise more.
famous
known by a lot of people; easy to recognize
I like sport, so I can read about famous soccer players.
first aid
treatment given to the sick or injured when doctors are unavailable
Where can I learn first aid?
improve
to make something better
I need to improve my English.
wash
to clean someone or something with soap and water
We can wash cars to earn money.
accident
a bad event that often happens suddenly and mistakenly
There a many accidents in this area, so be careful.
cross
to go from one side of something to the other side
You should look before you cross the street.
drop
to allow something to fall, especially while carrying it
He shouldn’t have dropped his trash.
hit
to make contact with a person or object, quickly and with a lot of force, often using a hand
Joe shouldn’t have hit Jane.
signal
a movement, action or occurrence that indicate that something exists or will happen
Our teacher gave us the signal to begin the test.
stay up
not to go to bed
My dad stays up late every night.
stretch
to pull until tight
You should have stretched before you exercised.
too much
more than enough
He is tired because he ran too much.
alone
without others
Tigers live alone in the forests.
back up
백업하다
You should have backed up your files regularly.
floor
the low surface of a room that people stand or walk on
Please mop the floor, it's very dirty.
homework
school work that teachers give pupils to do at home
I'll do my homework after dinner.
restaurant
a place where a prepared meal can be purchased and eaten
The girls are eating in a restaurant.
spill
to cause a liquid to fall out of its container
If you spill that juice you have to clean it up.
a pair of
two identical or similar things
I need a new pair of shoes.
clog
(usually plural) a heavy shoe with a thick bottom
I have never worn clogs.
glacier
a very large body or mass of ice that moves slowly downward from a mountain valley or other raised location
I want to visit Antarctica to see a glacier.
platypus
small densely furred aquatic monotreme of Australia and Tasmania having a broad bill and tail and webbed feet
Australia is the home of the platypus.
seal
a large sea MAMMAL that eats fish and lives near the water
The seal is doing a trick with the ball.
windmill
a machine that catches wind to pump water
windmills use the wind to provide power.
Antarctica
a continent around the South Pole covered by ice sheets
I want to visit antarctica to see seals.
balcony
a raised platform that is connected to the side of a building and surrounded by a low wall or railing
The President stood on the balcony waving to the crowd below.
gymnastics
a sport dealing with the movement of the body
Jeff does gymnastics after school.
moon
the white object that circles the Earth and can be seen in the night sky; an object similar to the moon that circles another PLANET
Look at the beautiful full moon.
popular
being liked or supported by a large number of people
Tennis is one of the most popular sports.
professional
relating to a job that requires special skill or education
He is a professional golfer.
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