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camping
n. 캠핑, 야영
I like camping.
introduce
v. 소개하다
Let’s make a name tent and introduce ourselves.
pleased
adj. 기쁜, 만족해하는
Pleased to meet you, Ms. Brown.
baker
n. 제빵사
I am not a great baker.
trip
n. 여행
I like taking trips.
turn
n. 차례, 순번
Now it’s your turn.
animation movie
n. 만화 영화
I like animation movies and comic books.
classmate
n. 반 친구
This is my classmate, Eric.
neighbor
n. 이웃
This is my neighbor, Pei.
active
a. 활발한, 적극적인
I am active.
nickname
n. 별명
My nickname is Future Park Jisung.
welcome
v. 환영하다
Welcome to Boram Middle School!
work
n. 작품
Here is my work.
fantastic
adj. 환상적인
My cheesecake is fantastic.
member
n. 구성원, 회원
We’d like to introduce our group members.
meal
n. 식사
He doesn’t forget Kitty’s meal time.
mention
v. 언급하다
Don’t mention it.
peel
v. 껍질을 벗기다
Can you peel the potatoes?
waste
v. 낭비하다
He does not waste time.
text message
n. 문자 메시지
She often sends nice text messages and photos to me.
plant
n. 식물
Can you water the plants?
feed
v. 먹이를 주다
Can you feed the dog, please?
post
v. 게시하다
He posts photos and video clips on it.
praise
n.칭찬 v. 칭찬하다
Minho’s family members often write notes of praise on the board.
garbage
n. 쓰레기
He takes out the garbage and washes the dishes.
spirit
n. 정신, 영혼
He has a young spirit.
cozy
adj. 아늑한
Our house is always pretty and cozy.
express
v. 표현하다
How often do you express love to your family?
shelf
n. 선반
She makes things like a shelf, a small chair, and even Kitty’s house.
wonderful
adj. 아주 멋진
Thank you for the wonderful song.
order
n. 주문
Do not order too much food at a restaurant.
main
a. 주된
We have four-course meals: vegetable starter, main dish, cheese, and dessert.
refrigerator
n. 냉장고
There are three eggs and an apple in my refrigerator.
serve
v. 제공하다
It serves various foods from Malaysia, China, Thailand, and India.
various
a. 다양한
We have various foods for lunch.
healthy
a. 건강에 좋은
You should eat healthy food.
cafeteria
n. 교내식당
There is a cafeteria at our school, and we buy lunch there.
plate
n. 접시
When you eat, finish your plate.
coastline
n. 해안선
Our country has a very long coastline.
dessert
n. 디저트, 후식
We have four-course meals: vegetable starter, main dish, cheese, and dessert.
machine
n. 기계
This is a Green Healthy Machine.
seafood
n. 해산물
There are various seafood dishes on our menu.
barn
n. 헛간
She went inside the barn alone and closed the door.
speech
n. 연설
I didn’t do well in the speech contest.
hurt
v. 아프다
I hurt my foot.
closely
adv. 자세히
He looked closely at the footprints on the ground.
lose
v. 잃어버리다
I lost the watch somewhere.
happen
v. 발생하다
I don’t know what happened.
footprint
n. 발자국
Leave a footprint on the snow.
trouble
n. 문제
I had some trouble with my best friend yesterday.
wise
a. 현명한
Fox was wise.
hear
v. 듣다
I heard a weak sound — ticktock, ticktock, ticktock.
silent
a. 조용한
The barn was very silent.
maybe
adv. 아마도
Maybe I’ll be there in five minutes.
disappointed
a. 실망한
But they couldn’t find the watch. Joe was disappointed.
weak
a. 약한
That chair is weak. Don’t sit on it.
surprised
a. 놀란
Joe was surprised and asked happily.
insect
n. 곤충
Insects have six legs.
relaxed
a. 편안한
The other meerkats look relaxed.
wag
v. (꼬리를) 흔들다
The fox is wagging its tail.
rest
v. 쉬다
I want to rest at home.
enemy
n. 적
One meerkat is watching out for enemies.
wave
n. 파도
In the sea, the waves are too strong.
lean
v. 기대다
Some sea otters are leaning on each other.
greet
v. 환영하다
Elephants are greeting each other with their noses.
meanwhile
adv. 그동안에
One meerkat is watching out for enemies. Meanwhile, the other meerkats are resting or looking for food.
straight
adv. 똑바로
One meerkat is standing straight up.
victory
n. 승리
We won a victory in the relay.
stomach
n. 배, 복부
Mother sea otters are holding their babies on their stomachs.
scary
a. 무서운
A scary cobra is coming.
wild
a. 야생의
We should protect wild animals.
desert
n. 사막
Meerkats live in a dangerous wild desert.
leave
v. 떠나다, 그대로 두다
I turn off the light when I leave the room.
electricity
n. 전기
We use too much electricity and water.
throw away
v. 버리다
Don’t throw the plastic bottle away.
recycle
v. 재활용하다
Recycle plastic bottles, please.
air conditioner
n. 에어컨
Why don’t we turn on the air conditioner?
responsible
a. 책임이 있는
We are all responsible.
list
n. 목록, 명단
Make a shopping list.
trash bin
n. 쓰레기통
Look at the trash bin!
unplug
v. 플러그를 뽑다
I unplug the TV when I am not watching it.
shower
n. 샤워
I take a short shower.
stairs
n. 계단
Why don’t we take the stairs?
shampoo
n. 샴푸
Don’t use too much shampoo.
interested
adj. 관심 있어 하는
What are you interested in?
exciting
adj. 신나는
Visiting new places is so exciting!
secret
n. 비밀
What’s the secret?
solve
v. 해결하다, 풀다
Solving math problems is fun.
cool
adj. 멋진
You look cool today.
fantasy novel
n. 공상 소설
I’m interested in reading fantasy novels.
blind
adj. 눈이 먼
I helped the blind man.
robotics engineer
n. 로봇 공학자
I hope to be a robotics engineer like him.
magazine
n. 잡지
I’m reading a magazine.
songwriter
n. 작곡가
Why do you want to be a songwriter?
magic trick
n. 마술 묘기
I’m interested in magic tricks.
rescue
n. 구조 v. 구조하다
Robots are rescuing people from a fire.
experience
n. 경험
From this experience, I became interested in dog training.
create
v. 창조하다
He created a car for blind drivers.
greedy
adj. 욕심 많은
She isn’t greedy anymore.
enough
adj. 충분한
There is always enough food for her.
calm
adj. 침착한
Now Bongja keeps calm in front of food.
experiment
n. 실험
Let’s do an interesting experiment.
ocean
n. 해양
Why doesn’t the ocean freeze?
freeze
v. 얼다
Why doesn’t the ocean freeze?
crush
v. 찌그러뜨리다
I’m going to crush the red can.
density
n. 밀도
Because of the air, the density of the ship decreases.
information
a. 정보
I’m looking for some information for my science homework.
booth
n. 부스, 전시장
There are so many interesting booths.
reach
v. 닿다
I can’t reach it.
float
v. 뜨다
Both will float because they are very light.
flat
a. 평범한
Now, the red one is flat and the blue one isn’t.
empty
a. 빈
A ship has a large empty space in the bottom.
hole
a. 구멍
A bear finds ice in a hole.
decrease
v. 줄다, 감소하다
Because of the air, the density of the ship decreases.
price
n. 가격
The price is too high.
upset
a. 속상한
Why are you so upset?
fair
n. 박람회
Sumin’s school is holding a science fair.
dynasty
n. 왕조
Do you know the name of the 4th king of the Joseon Dynasty?
shoot
v. 쏘다
We shot each other with water guns.
arrow
n. 화살
The royal family shot arrows and rode horses.
rank
n. 계급
Officials stood behind pumgyeseoks according to their rank.
secondary
a. 이차적인
King Taejong of the Joseon Dynasty built Donhwamun in 1405 as a secondary palace.
official
n. 공무원, 관리
Yeonguijeong was one of the high-ranking officials in Joseon Dynasty.
traditional
a. 전통의
Hanbok is a Korean traditional clothing.
hall
n. 홀
Injeongjeon is the main hall of the palace.
vacation
n. 방학
Do you have any plans for this winter vacation?
mean
v. 의미하다
Long thread means long life.
lantern
n. 등, 랜턴
Cheongsachorong is a traditional Korean lantern.
gather
v. 모이다
Kings and officials gathered here for important national events.
throne
n. 왕좌
King Jeongjo sat on his throne at the age 25.
royal
a. 국왕의
The royal family enjoyed outdoor activities in Huwon.
instrument
n. 기구
Janggu is a traditional Korean musical instrument.
poem
n. 시
The royal family wrote poems and held parties in Huwon.
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