Reading Future-Create 3 (E)
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세트공유
post
to put something up for others to see
Stacy likes to post pictures on social media sites.
complaint
an expression of unhappiness
He made a complaint to his neighbor about the noise.
opinion
someone’s personal thoughts about something
What is your opinion about this new novel?
present
to give or introduce
I will present some interesting facts about elephants in Asia in my paper.
accurate
correct or exact; without any mistakes
Make sure that the information is accurate.
delete
to remove forever
You should delete some files on the computer to make some free space.
permission
allowing something to happen
Her parents gave her permission to visit the museum with her friend.
in order to
with the purpose of
in order to get a good grade, you should study often.
illegal
wrong according to the law
It is illegal to go through a red light while driving.
crime
action that seriously wrong according to the law
There hasn’t been much crime here for years.
complete
to finish
Be sure to complete your homework tonight.
arrest
to catch and hold because of a bad action
If you steal something, the police will arrest you.
switch
to change one for another
You must switch buses downtown.
exhibition
a showing of something
Let’s go and see the exhibition of her art.
property
land or goods that a person owns
Most older people own their own property.
several
a few
There are several ways to get to my house.
however
but
Sweets are delicious. however, they are not good for your health.
brick
a small, hard block of baked clay
There are red brick houses all along the road.
hurricane
a large storm with extremely powerful wind and rain
The hurricane hit the town with strong winds and rain.
lawyer
a person who helps people in matters relating to the law
The lawyer went to court to argue the case.
enter
to officially be in a race, competition, etc.
She will enter the race for president.
contest
competition
They had a dance contest to see who the best dancer was.
always
at all times
I’ve always wanted a nice stereo.
favorite
most liked
Red is my favorite color.
tradition
a way of thinking or behaving in a particular group for a long time
The family’s tradition was to cook a big meal together every week.
around
in the area
She put the necklace around her neck.
may
used to say something is possible; might
He may come home late today.
deer
a large animal with four thin legs and brown fur
You can see lots of deer in the field beside the forest.
charge
to ask for money in return for providing something
The restaurant does charge high prices, but the food is delicious.
per
for each
Apples are on sale today for only 99 cents per pound.
fingertip
the very end of a finger
You can just tap the power button with your fingertip.
polish
a substance rubbed on a surface to make it shiny and smooth
The room smelled strongly of furniture polish.
ruin
to make something no good anymore
If you spill that juice on the new sofa, you will ruin it.
disaster
a sudden event that causes a lot of damage
The flood was a disaster for the small town.
suitable
appropriate or correct for a situation
This movie is suitable for people of all ages.
once
as soon as
We will go outside once it stops raining.
strategy
a plan
Our strategy to win the race is to go slow but never stop.
finally
at last; after a long time
We finally arrived at the park after a ten-hour drive.
put..into action
to do
The firefighters put their plan into action and stopped the fire.
assist
to help
The man offered to assist the old woman as she crossed the street.
nutrient
something that plants or animals need to live or grow
Salt is an important nutrient for humans.
in particular
especially
He became close with his new classmates - one boy in particular.
treat
to try to make an illness better
Doctors can treat the common cold but cannot cure it.
spring
a place where water flows from the ground naturally
The spring dried up three years ago.
suffer from
to be affected badly by something, usually an illness
I am suffering from a bad cold.
surround
to be on all sides
Birds surrounded the man with the crackers.
severe
extremely bad, strong, or unpleasant
She fell asleep on the beach and got a severe sunburn.
permanent
lasting forever
Is this scar permanent, or will it go away?
reputation
the common opinion about someone or something
This car dealership has a good reputation.
incorrect
not right or true
The doctor’s diagnosis was incorrect.
slimy
covered with a slippery substance
I slipped on a slimy rock while crossing the stream.
stuff
materials, supplies, or equipment; things
I need a place to store my stuff.
none
not any of something
none of my friends came to my birthday party.
strike
to attack or hit forcefully
The army planned to strike the enemy after sunset.
twice
when you do something two times
I called you twice, but you did not answer your phone.
seem
to appear to be something or to do something
He didn’t seem interested at all.
enough
the correct amount
We have enough bread to make sandwiches.
tail
the long part of an animal’s body coming from its end
The horse moved its tail to keep the flies away.
sting
an injury caused when an insect stings you; to hurt by piercing skin with a sharp part
When you get the shot, it will sting a little.
painful
causing pain to your body
I got a painful sunburn.
weapon
a tool used to fight or protect yourself
The police never found the murder weapon.
crush
to press something very hard until it breaks
I will crush the box to make it smaller and throw it away.
tear
to break something into parts by pulling it; to rip
Don’t turn the page so fast, or you might tear it by mistake.
crab
a sea animal with a hard shell, eight legs, and two large claws
We went to a seafood restaurant and ate crab for dinner.
genius
a very smart or talented person
The person who thought of this idea was a genius.
excellent
very good
Her new movie has received excellent reviews.
supper
the evening meal
It’s almost time for supper.
museum
a building in which interesting and valuable things are collected
I like to visit the national art museum.
line up
to form a line
We will line up at the theater and wait to buy tickets.
tank
a military vehicle that moves on two metal belts and wheels
The soldiers drove the heavy tank over the field.
solar
of or relating to the sun
The Sun is the largest star in our solar system.
calculator
a small electronic device used for adding, subtracting, etc.
You can’t use a calculator for this exam.
leader
someone who is in control of a group
She is the leader of our club.
eastern
referring to the east part of a place or region
The sun rose in the eastern sky.
state
a region of a country
He doesn’t see his uncle often because he lives in another state.
nickname
a friendly or fun name for someone or something
I got a new nickname at school.
playful
happy and full of energy
She’s an old dog, but she’s still very playful.
religion
the belief in a god or in a group of gods
Many people turn to religion for comfort in times of crisis.
relationship
the way two or more people or groups feel about each other
I have a friendly relationship with my classmates.
worse
more bad
My cold is getting worse.
incredible
very unusual or surprising
We had an incredible time on our vacation!
mythology
the stories of a particular group or culture
Zeus is the king of the gods in Greek mythology.
goddess
a female god
Do you know the Greek goddess of love and beauty?
swallow
to take something into your stomach through your mouth and throat
You should chew your food well before you swallow it.
pregnant
having a baby or babies developing inside the body
His wife was pregnant with their first child.
helmet
a hard hat to protect your head
Put on the helmet for safety.
belong to
to be the property of someone
Does this book belong to you?
vote
to make an official choice
The workers will vote for the new rules.
service
work done for a customer
They give good service at that restaurant.
transportation
a way to move people from one place to another
The only transportation they have is a bicycle.
type
kind; style
I am not sure what type of dress I want to wear.
benefit
a good thing; an advantage
One benefit of exercise is sleeping better.
boss
a person who is in charge of workers
His boss will let him take tomorrow off.
honest
being good and truthful
He was honest when he said he broke the window.
law
a system of rules in a country or area
The law says we cannot bring our dog into the park.
tax
money paid to the government
The tax money will go to building new schools.
deal with
to do business with
His father doesn’t deal with used cars anymore.
account
an agreement with a bank to keep your money there
I put all my money in an account at the bank.
lend
to give someone money that they must return
I will lend you some money now, but please pay me back tomorrow.
rate
the amount of money you charge someone, usually a percentage
That bank will give you the lowest rate when you borrow money.
pay back
to return money
He cannot pay back the money soon.
role
the actions required or expected of a person or group
The actor talked about how hard it was to play the role of a killer.
economy
the system in which a country produces and uses goods and money
The nation has a strong economy with many good businesses.
staff
a group of people that work at a company
I love to stay at this hotel because of the friendly staff who work there.
profit
money made after bills are paid
The first year the store was open, it did not make a profit.
make sure
to check to see that something is true
You should make sure you have your keys and your phone.
fair
according to the rules
The high price is fair since the painting is by a famous artist.
buyer
a person who buys something
They have a buyer for their house, so they will move next month.
product
something that is made for sale
This new cleaning product does not work well.
employee
a person who works for pay
The company gives each employee a good salary.
owner
a person who paid for something and now has it
Mr. Smith is the new owner of this shoe store.
adjust
to move or change something
We will adjust the meeting time so you can make it.
pair of
two matching items or objects
I saw a pair of shoes that I will buy next week.
go up
a rise in prices and fall in the value of money
The temperature outside will go up by noon.
inflation
increase
The inflation last year made food prices much higher.
consumer
a person who buys goods and services
The consumer usually pays tax as part of the price of something.
demand
the number of people who want a product or service
There is a lot of demand for rental cars on holiday weekends.
scared
afraid; frightened
We were scared of the loud thunder during the storm.
shortage
not enough of a product or service for the people who want it
There is a shortage of bananas because of bad weather.
run out
to be used up
She was afraid the store would run out of juice, so she bought three bottles.
narrow
not wide; having a short distance between two sides
Only one car could fit on the narrow road.
beam
a thin line of light
He pointed the beam of his flashlight in my face.
subject
the person or thing that is being talked about or studied
A flower was the subject of the painting.
view
to look at
We can view the full moon tonight.
display
to put something in a place for others to look at
The art cafe will display Jan’s paintings.
in addition
as something extra; also
I bought my mom flowers. in addition, I will make her breakfast.
risky
full of danger
It is risky to run with scissors in your hand.
priceless
having a value that is too high to be decided on
He hid his priceless comic books from his sister.
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