YBM 고등 실용 영어 박준언 Lesson 3
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세트공유
visit
v. 방문하다
We are not sure which places we should visit.
exchange
n. 교환
Ana, an exchange student from Brazil, has been living with my family for six months.
return
v. 돌아가다
Next month, she will return to her country.
different
a. 각각 다른
Before she leaves, we would like to travel with her to different parts of Korea.
part
n. 부분
The entire book is good, but the best part is the ending.
experience
v. 경험하다
Andong might be the best place for foreigners to experience Korean culture.
authentic
a. 진짜의
She can experience authentic Korean culture.
culture
n. 문화
I would like to see and feel Korea’s traditional culture.
unforgettable
a. 잊을 수 없는
She can have unforgettable memories of her stay with us.
suggestion
n. 제안
Do you have any suggestions?
laid-back
a. 한적한, 평온한
Damyang is a laid-back region well known for its bamboo.
region
n. 지역
A cultural symbol for the Andong region is the Andong Mask Dance Festival.
ideal
a. 이상적인
These features provide ideal conditions for bamboo to grow.
resilient
a. 탄력이 있는
The bamboo in Damyang is particularly strong and resilient.
suitable
a. 적당한
Her experience makes her more suitable for the job.
handicraft
n. 수공예품
The bamboo in Damyang is suitable material for handicrafts.
weave
v. 엮다, 짜다
Woven bamboo cases are the most popular.
artisan
n. 장인
The artisans use the technique to weave bamboo.
aspect
n. 측면
Eating healthy foods is just one aspect of a healthy lifestyle.
intangible
a. 무형의
The technique is an important aspect of Korea’s intangible cultural heritage.
heritage
n. 유산
Bulguksa Temple was designated as UNESCO World Heritage Sites in 1995.
stroll
v. 거닐다
People go Juknokwon to stroll among the bamboo.
picturesque
a. 그림 같은
People go there to enjoy the picturesque scenery.
well known for
~로 잘 알려진
The restaurant is well known for its desserts.
fair
n. 박람회
Various rice cakes are on display at the traditional food fair.
competition
n. 대회
They had a competition to see who could sell the most cookies.
admission
n. 입장
Participation fees and admission fees may be charged.
fee
n. 요금
We returned the library book late and had to pay a late fee.
participation
n. 참가
The show had a lot of audience participation.
charge
v. 요금을 청구하다
They charged me $500 to fix the engine.
hammock
n. 해먹
I was able to lie in one of the hammocks that were placed here and there throughout the forest.
unwind
v. 쉬다, 긴장을 풀다
Lying still, I could unwind as I listened to the leaves crackle in the wind.
crackle
v. 바스락 소리를 내다
The leaves crackled under our feet.
be subject to
~의 대상이다
Detailed information on the programs is subject to change.
wit
n. 재치
The Hahoe Mask Dance Drama employs sharp wit.
criticize
v. 비판하다
The common people indirectly criticize the yangban, Korea’s traditional ruling class.
audience
n. 청중, 관객
This puts the audience close to the actors as a way to encourage interaction and audience participation.
pit
n. 구덩이
The audience might be seated or simply stand around a circular sand pit.
cuisine
n. 요리
If you go to Andong, you and your friend should also try the local cuisine!
fake
a. 가짜의
I learned that Heotjesabap means “dishes for a fake jesa.”
ancestral
a. 조상의
Jesa is a family’s ancestral rite in Korea.
rite
n. 의식
It remains a rite of passage for the majority of freshmen.
insufficient
a. 불충분한
It is said that during the Joseon Dynasty there was insufficient food to feed everyone.
ceremonial
a. 의식의
They prepared ceremonial foods for a fake jesa and enjoyed eating the dishes themselves.
be full of
~로 가득차다
It was a delight for me to watch the mask dance because it is full of energy and emotion.
profound
a. 깊은, 엄청난
I recommend that you take your friend to a place where she can experience Korea’s rich and profound ceramic culture.
ceramic
n. 도자기
In Icheon, there is a Korean ceramic theme park called Icheon Cerapia.
recognize
v. 인정하다
Icheon is recognized even outside Korea as the center of Korean ceramics.
clay
n. 점토
Rich in high-quality clay and firewood, Icheon has an environment that is naturally ideal for pottery and ceramics.
firewood
n. 장작
They chopped enough firewood to last the winter.
pottery
n. 도자기
We participated in events to make traditional Korean paper, fans, or potteries.
official
a. 공식적인
Here is what I found about Cerapia from its official website.
display
v. 전시하다
Cerapia displays everything having to do with ceramics in a ceramics exhibit hall.
exhibit
n. 전시
This collection is one of the most popular exhibits at our museums and art galleries.
bowl
n. 그릇
You can create your own crafts and make a bowl with clay.
figure
n. 모양
You can draw figures on baked ceramic and design fashion accessories with ceramic chips.
have to do with
~와 관계가 있다
She claims that he had to do with the accident.
학생
가장 빠르게 암기하도록 도와주는 암기학습 〉
제대로 외웠나 바로 확인하는 리콜학습 〉
철자까지 외우려면 스펠학습 〉
재미있게 복습하려면 매칭 게임 〉
주관식으로도 재미있는 복습, 크래시 게임 〉
선생님
수업 중 이 단어장을 보고 듣고 질문하는 슬라이드 〉
수업시간이 들썩 들썩 퀴즈배틀 〉
클릭만으로 종이낭비 없이 시험지 인쇄 (로그인) 〉
필요한 세트를 직접 만드는 단어장 만들기 (로그인) 〉
선생님들이 만드신 30만개 단어장 검색하기 〉
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