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Europe
n. 유럽
I hope I can travel to Europe this summer.
share
v. 함께 쓰다, 공유하다
Make a bucket list and share it with your friends.
overcome
v. 극복하다
I will overcome my problems with my weakest subject, English.
drama
n. 드라마
It’s because I’m a big fan of Chinese dramas.
challenging
adj. 도전적인
My last goal is a little more challenging.
bucket list
n. 버킷 리스트
This is my bucket list for this year.
miss
v. 놓치다
I woke up early not to miss the train.
freely
adv. 자유롭게
I want to experience the island more freely on my bike this time.
weakness
n. 약함
I’ll put more effort into studying math to overcome my weakness.
detective
n. 탐정
One of my favorite detective stories is about Sherlock Holmes.
stage
n. 무대
People are singing on the stage.
single
adj. 단일의, 하나의
I became a big fan of this detective series last year, so I don’t want to miss a single one.
musical instrument
n. 악기
I think the guitar has the most beautiful sound of all musical instruments.
Chinese
n. 중국어
I’m planning to study one new Chinese word every day.
island
n. 섬
I went to a deserted island last weekend with my dad.
subject
n. 과목
Math is my weakest subject.
simple
adj. 간단한, 단순한
I want to live a simple life.
grade
n. 점수
I want to get a good grade in math.
band
n. (가수를 중심으로 한) 밴드
I want to see a concert of my favorite band right in front of the stage.
amazing
adj. 놀라운
The scenery is so amazing.
puppy
n. 강아지
I’ve always wanted a puppy.
adopt
v. 입양하다
I want to adopt a puppy.
lower
v. ~을 낮추다, 내리다
Another way is to lower your eyes instead of bending your neck.
pull
v. 당기다
Pull on each finger of each hand.
letter
n. 글자, 문자
It makes your eyes feel tired and dry to read small letters on a smartphone for a long time.
back
n. 척추, 등뼈
Watch your neck and back.
cause
v. ~을 야기하다
Using a smartphone too much can cause health problems.
rule
n. 규칙
Here are the top three rules for a healthier use of your smartphone.
level
n. 수준, 단계, 높이
The top of the computer monitor should be at eye level.
protect
v. 보호하다, 지키다
Here are some tips to protect your health.
increase
v. 증가하다, 증가시키다
This “text neck” pose increases the pressure on your neck and back.
spend
v. (시간을) 보내다
Seongmin spends a lot of time using his smartphone.
pose
n. 포즈, 자세
The model has to hold the pose for a moment.
text
v. 문자를 보내다
He texts his friends.
information
n. 정보
He finds information on the Internet.
reduce
v. 줄이다
They will help reduce the pain in your fingers and wrists.
blink
v. 눈을 깜박이다
Blink your eyes often.
worse
adj. 더 나쁜
Using a smartphone in the dark or in a moving car makes this problem worse.
pain
n. 아픔, 통증
They will help reduce the pain in your fingers and wrists.
pressure
n. 압력
The best way to prevent this pressure is to bring the phone up to the level of your eyes.
avoid
v. 피하다
To avoid this, give your eyes a break from time to time.
wrist
n. 손목
Texting for a long time can hurt your fingers and wrists.
should
v. ~해야 한다
I think you should cut down on snacks.
bend
v. 굽히다, 숙이다
When you read on your smartphone, you usually bend your neck.
prevent
v. 막다, 예방하다
The best tip to prevent these health problems is to use your smartphone less.
smartphone
n. 스마트폰
Seongmin cannot take his hands off his smartphone all day long.
tip
n. (실용적인, 작은) 조언
Thanks for the tip.
jump
v. 뛰다, 점프하다
Don’t jump into the swimming pool.
opportunity
n. 기회
By joining our club, you can have an opportunity to help others.
club
n. 동아리
Why don't you join our club?
bit
n. 조금
You need to know how to play an instrument a little bit to join our club.
volunteer
n. 자원봉사자
We are looking for volunteers who can introduce and sell books to people.
join
v. 가입하다
Here are two club leaders who want students to join their clubs.
note
n. 음표
At first, he did not know how to read a note.
dolphin
n. 돌고래
We painted birds flying high in the sky and dolphins jumping over blue waves.
leader
n. 대표, 회장
I am Minsu Jang, the leader of the Boram Orchestra.
community
n. 지역 사회
We also teach children how to play musical instruments as a service to our community.
participate in
~에 참여하다
Participating in club activities is a great way to enjoy your school life.
orchestra
n. 관현악단, 오케스트라
I would like to introduce our new orchestra member, Kate.
boot
n. 목이 긴 신발, 부츠
I have a friend who always wears big boots.
drone
n. 드론
She enjoys flying drones.
neighborhood
n. 동네, 이웃
As a result, the old neighborhood changed into a bright and beautiful place.
uniform
n. 유니폼
When Hana got home from the school, she took off her uniform and changed into her play clothes.
actually
adv. 사실상
Actually, I was a member of an orchestra when I was in elementary school.
Spanish
n. 스페인어
I don’t know how to speak Spanish.
several
adj. 몇몇의
Did you see several students playing music at the main gate when you came to school today?
reply
v. 대답하다
The younger brother replied.
support
n. 지지
Ethan thanked his new neighbors for their kindness and support.
separate
v. 헤어지다
They separated, and they both went their own way.
noisy
a. 시끄러운
the city streets were dirty and noisy.
opinion
n. 의견
They had different opinions about what the rock said.
nervous
a. 불안한
I get really nervous when I try to speak in English.
teenager
n. 십 대
Most teenagers are under a lot of stress.
character
n. 등장 인물
The main character, the Little Prince, understands how important his friend is to him after his trip.
take away
빼앗다
Besides, will it be easy to take the cubs away from their mother?
regret
v. 후회하다
I don’t regret my choice.
correct
a. 올바른
Don’t forget to sit in the correct seat.
seagull
n. 갈매기
This story is about a seagull named Jonathan Livingston.
review
n. 감상문, 논평
He wrote a review of the books.
wide
a. 넓은
What if the river is too wide?
journey
n. 여행
Two brothers went on a journey.
cub
n. (곰, 사자, 여우 등의) 새끼
There you will find a bear and her cubs.
happiness
n. 행복
Let’s go and find happiness together.
scene
n. 장면
I liked the last scene in that drama.
title
n. 제목
What is the title of the bestseller?
throne
n. 왕위, 왕좌
He lost his throne.
foreign
a. 외국의
Next week I will with Jiho and his foreign friend.
pitch
n. 투구
There are some tips for making the perfect pitch.
home run
n. 홈런
He has hit 21 home runs already this year.
stadium
n. 경기장
Jihun’s family is at the baseball stadium.
competition
n. 대회
He was known as a marathon winner at the international sports competitions.
international
a. 국제적인
He was known as a marathon winner at the international sports competitions.
base
n. (야구의) 루, 베이스
He is now on first base.
crack
n. (찢어지는 듯한) 소리
I have a crack of thunder.
order
n. 순서
The numbers were determine by the players’ batting order.
past
n. 과거
In the past, visiting teams could not wash their uniforms after every game.
team
n. 팀
Which team do you support?
at bat
타석에 서서
Your favorite player is at bat.
fit
v. 맞다
He found out that his shoes did not fit well.
hide
v. 감추다, 숨기다
So they started wearing dark colors to hide the dirt.
either
adv. (부정문에서) ~도
I don’t want to miss the game either.
anxious
a. 불안한
Jihun looks anxious.
ticket
n. 티켓
How much is a tickets for children?
determine
v. 결정하다
The price is determined by supply and demand.
be full of
~로 가득하다
The sky was full of bright stars.
magical
a. 아주 멋진, 마법의
I felt like I was in a magical place.
imagine
v. 상상하다
I cannot imagine eating spiders.
be made of
~로 만들어지다
It is made of lamb and cooked with hot stones.
flight
n. 비행
After a four-hour flight from Seoul, Altan and I arrived at Chinggis Khaan International Airport in Ulaanbaatar.
wake up
잠에서 깨다
I just couldn’t wake up early enough.
airport
n. 공항
Altan and I arrived at Chinggis Khaan International Airport in Ulaanbaatar.
barbecue
n. 바비큐
Khorkhog is a Mongolian barbecue.
lamb
n. 양고기
Khorkhog is made of lamb and cooked with hot stones.
rise
v. (해가) 뜨다
Have you ever watched the sun rise over the ocean?
cheerful
a. 쾌활한, 유쾌한
Why are you so cheerful today?
camel
n. 낙타
I had the most fun when I rode a camel in the Gobi Desert.
view
n. 경관, 전망
From the camel’s back, the view of the desert was truly amazing.
abroad
adv. 해외에
Have you ever traveled abroad, Sujin?
Mongolian
a. 몽골의 n. 몽골 사람
Her house is a ger, a traditional Mongolian house.
language
n. 언어
What is the main language used in Australia?
guest
n. 손님
I was moved when Altan said Mongolians serve khorkhog to special guest.
capital
n. 수도
His grandmother invited me to Ulaanbaatar, the capital of Mongolia.
station
n. 역, 정거장
We’ll meet at Gyeongbokgung Station at 10:00.
animated
a. 동영상의
Is it possible to make an animated photo album out of them?
beatbox
v. 비트박스를 하다
I can beatbox.
dictionary
n. 사전
Let’s look them up in the dictionary.
sense
v. 감지하다
When I sense dangerous situations, I slow down or stop.
bedroom
n. 침실
Let’s go into the bedroom first.
seat
n. 좌석
There are no empty seats now.
translate
v. 번역하다
I can read any language and translate it.
lucky
a. 행운의
We are so lucky to get seats in this restaurant.
amusement
n. 즐거움, 오락
Kids love to go to the moon because the greatest amusement park is there.
burn
v. 불타다
Hyde smelled something burning in the room.
cloudy
a. 흐린
It will be cloudy tomorrow.
theater
n. 극장
I feel like I’m in a movie theater.
cross
v. 건너다
I see a cat crossing the street.
window
n. 창문
Look, those smart windows are getting darker.
replace
v. 대체하다
AI will replace people’s jobs.
strange
a. 이상한
It’s nothing strange.
possible
a. 가능한
Is it possible for you to live without your smartphone?
select
v. 선택하다
It selects vegetables and meats from the refrigerator.
else
ad. 그 밖의
What else can you do?
perfect
a. 완벽한
That sounds perfect for our project.
closet
n. 옷장
Look, there’s a smart closet.
predict
v. 예측하다
I can predict danger based on knowledge and experience.
table manners
n. 식사 예절
A: Do you know anything about table manners? B: Yes. You should not talk while you are eating.
architecture
n. 건축(학)
That man was Jeong Segwon, known as the King of Architecture in Gyeongseong.
alive
a. 살아 있는
The Joseon people tried to keep the Joseon language alive.
Japanese
n. 일본의, 일본 사람
We Joseon people should keep Jongno and not let the Japanese set foot here.
body
n. 몸, 신체
They will learn that taegwondo is a sport that trains both the spirit and the body.
design
v. 설계하다
Hanoks are designed to be in harmony with nature.
fall off
쇠퇴하다, 줄다
His business fell off, and he lost his property.
land
n. 토지
He bought the land between Gyeongbokgung and Changdeokgung.
independence
n. 독립
Soon, the independence movement rose up.
store
v. 보관하다
People in the old times used Onggi for storing rice for a long time.
businessman
n. 사업가
Jeong Segwon was a businessman who founded Geonyangsa in 1920.
pottery
n. 도예
She’s into making pottery.
office
n. 사무소
He built the office building for the Joseon Language Society.
property
n. 재산, 소유물
His business fell off, and he lost his property.
explain
v. 설명하다
Can you explain what a jeopseon is?
police
n. 경찰
He was caught by the police and suffered a lot.
suffer
v. 고통받다
Jeong Segwon wanted to protect the hanok and help the suffering people.
hero
n. 영웅
Superman is known as a hero.
handle
n. 손잡이
We have designed a modern onggi with flowers painted on it, and it even has handles!
press
v. 압박하다
Japanese officials pressed the Joseon people to use the Japanese language.
disturb
v. 방해하다
I don’t want the audience to my disturb opera with noise.
appear
v. 나타나다
After some time, a no-clapping-between-movements rule appeared.
umbrella
n. 우산
Don’t forget to take an umbrella with you.
perform
v. 공연을 하다
Some actors are performing on the stage.
nobleman
n. 귀족
Concerts were held in a bright hall inside a nobleman’s house.
performance
n. 공연
It is bad manners to eat during the performance.
clap
v. 손뼉을 치다
Don’t clap until the whole piece is over.
audience
n. 청중
Mozart himself would be surprised by today’s quiet audiences.
pause
n. 멈춤
In classical music, one piece of music may have several pauses.
familiar
a. 익숙한
This is a familiar scene at concerts today.
social
a. 사교상의
Concerts in Mozart’s time were mostly social events.
piece
n. 작품
It is not easy to make a good piece of music.
century
n. 세기
Take a look at one of Mozart’s concerts in the 18th century.
noble
a. 귀족의, 고귀한
My friend is from a noble family.
blame
v. 비난하다
Wagner blamed the audience for making noise.
classical
a. 고전의
Imagine yourself at a classical music concert.
concerto
n. 협주곡
The orchestra starts to play one of Mozart’s piano concertos.
serious
a. 심각한, 진지한
Everybody looks serious.
whistle
v. 휘파람을 불다
They whistle and clap at any time.
학생
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