중3 영어 YBM 송미정 1학기
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세트공유
accept
v. 받다
John accepted the invitaion to the birthday party.
accident
n. 사고
He was in a car accident in his early twenties and hurt his legs.
admire
v. 존경하다
Maybe that’s why so many people admire him.
athlete
n. 운동선수
That’s why we were not able to send athletes to the Barcelona Olympics four years ago.
author
n. 작가
How was he able to become a best-selling author?
ceremony
n. 의식, 기념식
The band and the volunteers stopped their preparations for the closing ceremony.
especially
adv. 특별히
Then he became especially interested in skiing.
far
adv. 멀리
You knew that you were too far behind to win a medal.
give up
포기하다
There was no way I could give up.
injury
n. 부상
The injury got worse during the race, but I couldn’t give up.
invent
v. 발명하다
How was Thomas Edison able to invent so many things?
knock
v. 두드리다
He knocked on every door to tell people to leave the building.
lie
n. 거짓말
The boy told a lie to his mom not to disappoint her.
marathon
n. 마라톤
Finally I won a marathon in Germany.
proud
adj. 자랑스러운
I’m proud of myself and proud to be from Afghanistan.
public
n. 대중
He practiced speaking with people in public.
realize
v. 깨닫다
I first studied the character and realized that I was too healthy looking to play the character.
remove
v. 없애다
They removed the tape at the finish line and started to prepare for the closing ceremony for the 1996 Atlanta Summer Olympics in the United States.
respect
v. 존경하다
That’s why he’s so respected.
shout
v. 소리치다
Someone shouted, “Look! There comes another runner!”
suddenly
adv. 갑자기
Suddenly, the band started playing celebration music, and the volunteers cheered.
toward
prep. ~을 향해서
Still, he kept going toward the finish line.
a couple of
두서너 개의, 몇 개의, 몇 사람의
They’re nice, but didn’t you just buy new sneakers a couple of months ago?
afraid
adj. 걱정하는, 불안한
I’m afraid I might hurt his feelings.
agree
v. 동의하다
Who do you agree with, Jinho or Mina?
ask somebody out
~에게 데이트를 신청하다
A boy in my class asked me out.
disagree
v. 동의하지 않다
I disagree.
end up
결국 ~하게 되다
You may end up hurting him even more.
guy
n. (비격식) 녀석, 남자
Listen, you’re a great guy.
hate
v. 매우 싫어하다
My mom only makes food that I hate.
if
conj. ~인지 아닌지
Maybe you should just ask her if there is something wrong.
in style
유행하는, 유행되는
Yeah, but they’re no longer in style.
latest
adj. 최신의
Daeho, wearing the latest fashion doesn’t make you cooler or more popular.
mistake
n. 실수
I’ve been making mistakes every day.
misunderstand
v. 오해하다
If you don’t tell him soon, he will misunderstand your feelings.
protein
n. 단백질
These foods, having lots of protein and calcium, can help you grow taller.
prove
v. 증명하다, 입증하다
You don’t need new sneakers to prove it.
recently
adv. 최근에
Recently, Minkyeong was asked out by a boy in her class.
snap
v. 찰칵하는 소리를 내며 움직이는 것
I’d like to know if you can snap your fingers.
sneakers
n. 운동화
Seongjin, look at my new sneakers.
still
adv. 아직도
I still want to be friends with her.
strict
adj. 엄격한
Our P.E. teacher is too strict.
teenager
n. 청소년
Here are some things that three teenagers worry about.
vocabulary
n. 어휘
He advised me to use an English vocabulary app.
worry
n. 걱정 v. 걱정하다
When you have things you worry about, what do you do?
benefit
n. 이득 v. 이득을 보다
As you can see, sunshine has many benefits, but how can you enjoy its benefits safely?
blanket
n. 이불, 담요
Hanging a blanket in the sun is a nature-friendly way to keep the blanket clean.
bone
n. 뼈
As you all know, it is calcium that builds strong bones and teeth.
both A and B
A와 B 둘 다
A walk in the sun, for just a few minutes every day, is good for both your mind and your body.
brain
n. 뇌
It is a good breakfast that helps the brain work properly.
clearly
adv. 또렷하게
When you eat a good breakfast, you can focus more clearly on your work and remember things better.
direct
adj. (열기나 빛이) 직접 닿는
Get direct sunlight for 10 to 20 minutes every day.
effect
n. 효과
Serotonin also has a calming effect, helping you focus better on what you are doing.
fortunately
adv. 다행스럽게도
Fortunately, getting direct sunlight on your skin for 10 to 20 minutes a day is enough to benefit from it.
go up
올라가다
When your serotonin level goes up, you feel happier and stronger.
hormone
n. 호르몬
This is because of serotonin, the body’s happy hormone.
journal
n. 일지, 일기
I think it’s important to write a journal after reading.
make a world of difference
큰 차이를 만들다
Enjoy the sun safely and see how a little sunshine can make a world of difference in your health and your mood.
mood
n. 기분, 감정
Mountain biking helps you stay healthy and can change your mood.
moreover
adv. 게다가
Moreover, serotonin helps you get a good night’s sleep because it helps the brain produce a sleep hormone.
outdoors
adv. 야외에서
Most people are too busy at school or at work to spend much time outdoors.
peak
adj. 절정의, 최고조의
However, avoid the sun during peak summer hours, between 11 and 3, and use sunscreen to protect your face and neck.
produce
v. 만들어 내다
The more sun you get, the more “happy hormone” the brain produces.
properly
adv. 제대로
However, for the body to use calcium properly, it needs vitamin D.
regularly
adv. 규칙적으로
It’s important to exercise regularly.
role
n. 역할
However, the sun plays an important role in your health.
skin
n. 피부
Interestingly, the skin creates vitamin D when sunlight shines on it.
sunlight
n. 햇살
The more sunlight you get, the happier and stronger you feel.
sunscreen
n. 자외선 차단제
I should have put on some sunscreen.
sunshine
n. 햇볕
Sunshine does not just make you feel and sleep better.
vitamin
n. 비타민
When the sun shines on your skin, your skin produces vitamin D.
wet
adj. 젖은
Oh, your blanket is wet from the rain!
although
conj. 비록 ~이지만
Although I was full, I ate the dessert.
apply
v. 바르다
I forgot to tell you to apply some bug spray.
cover
v. 가리다
Get under the table and cover your head with your arms.
deep
adj. 깊은
First you should check how deep the water is.
earthquake
n. 지진
By following these tips, you can be safe from the earthquake.
explode
v. 폭발하다
If you use a big pan, it sends the heat back to the burner, and the gas can explode!
flooding
n. 홍수
Flooding can cause big problems.
garlic
n. 마늘
Garlic can also keep bugs away.
gloves
n. 장갑
You have to wear gloves on the ice.
hang out
어울리다
Sujin always hangs out with Bora.
mosquito
n. 모기
It is a nature-friendly way to keep mosquitoes away.
occasion
n. 경우, 때
Although camping trips can create sweet memories for many people, they can also be occasions when bad things happen.
oxygen
n. 산소
The fire will use up the oxygen in the tent as it burns.
pack
v. 꾸리다
Second, pack water and food when you leave the house.
pan
n. 납작한 냄비, 팬
Can we cook more in a bigger pan?
path
n. 도로
Use the bike path.
rub
v. 문지르다
We can rub orange peels on our skin instead of applying bug spray.
safety
n. 안전
You need to keep several things in mind for your safety.
sink
n. 싱크대
The sink is overflowing.
spill
v. 흘리다
If the bus stops suddenly, I may spill my tea.
stove
n. 버너, 가스레인지
You should check the stove.
strike
v. (세게) 치다, (벼락이) …에 떨어지다
Avoid places too close to big trees that might be struck by lightning.
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