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expert
n. 전문가
Many experts agree that a healthy diet is important for people of all ages to maintain their health.
maintain
v. 유지하다
She has found it difficult to maintain a healthy weight.
vital
a. 필수적인
Healthy eating is vital for teenagers.
heighten
v. 고조시키다
The plan will heighten tensions between the two groups.
mental
a. 정신적인
The players are rich in mental power and talent.
physical
a. 육체적인
No physical contact with other players is allowed in the game.
adulthood
n. 성인기
The foods they eat can have an impact on their health long after they reach adulthood.
intake
n. 섭취량
A healthy diet consists of an intake of different types of foods throughout the day to be sure you get all the nutrients you need.
nutrient
n. 영양소
The nutrition facts label on a package gives you information about what kinds of nutrients are in the food.
consist of
~로 구성되다
Breakfast consisted of cereal, fruit, and orange juice.
figure out
이해하다, 알아내다
You can figure out all the nutrients in food by reading the nutrition facts labels.
identify
v. 확인하다, 알아보다
Understanding the label is important for you to identify healthy and unhealthy ingredients and to make wise food choices.
ingredient
n. 재료, 성분
The ingredients for pancakes are flour, sugar, milk, and eggs.
entire
a. 전체의
You must read the entire label.
sodium
n. 나트륨
If you focus on only one part, such as calories, you may not be getting the full story, such as how much fat or sodium is in the product.
serving
n. 1회 제공량
Start with the serving information in the green section.
saturated
a. 포화의
The saturated fats and trans fats are found mostly in fried foods and animal fats.
carbohydrate
n. 탄수화물
He's trying to lose weight by cutting down on carbohydrates.
dietary
a. 음식의, 식이 요법의
Vegetables are rich in dietary fiber, which can help you digest foods well.
iron
n. 철분
She doesn't have enough iron in her blood.
potassium
n. 칼륨
It has more of vitamin D, calcium, and potassium than the vanilla ice cream.
make the most of
~을 최대한 활용하다, 즐기다
Here are some tips for making the most of the information on the nutrition facts label.
quantity
n. 양
The number of calories and quantities of nutrients listed on the label are for one serving only.
vessel
n. 혈관
Eating too much of these may increase your risk of heart and blood vessel-related diseases.
related
a. 관련된
I want to do something related to animals in the future.
mineral
n. 미네랄
Fiber, vitamin D, and minerals help your body become healthier.
dose
n. 1회 복용량
The label shows that one serving contains six percent of a person’s recommended daily dose of iron.
separately
ad. 각각, 따로
The saturated fats and trans fats are listed separately below.
advisedly
ad. 심사숙고하여
These fats are considered unhealthy, and you should eat them advisedly.
nut
n. 견과류
Healthy fats are found in nuts, seeds, fatty fish, and elsewhere.
elsewhere
ad. 다른 곳에서
The angry customer said he would take his business elsewhere.
suppose
v. 가정하다
Suppose you will interview someone as a reporter.
treat
v. 대접하다
Suppose you are about to treat yourself on a hot summer day.
frozen
a. 얼린, 냉동의
If you have a choice of either vanilla ice cream or frozen yogurt, which are you going to choose based on the labels?
protein
n. 단백질
Trans fat, total sugars, and protein do not have a % DV.
baseline
n. 기준치
Trans fat has no baseline value.
certain
a. 확실한, 확신하는
I'm certain that I can do the job despite my lack of experience.
consume
v. 섭취하다
It is not certain how much sugar a person should consume in a day.
claim
v. 주장하다
Protein is listed only if the food claims to be “high in protein.”
be about to
막 ~을 하려고 하다
We are about to join our friends for dinner.
especially
ad. 특히
The nutrition facts labels show you that the frozen yogurt has much lower fat, especially saturated fat, and sodium than the vanilla ice cream.
contain
v. 함유하다
The frozen yogurt contains more vitamin D, calcium, and potassium.
standpoint
n. 관점
From a health standpoint, the frozen yogurt would be the better choice.
compare
v. 비교하다
Reading nutrition labels is a simple way for you to eat right by helping you compare different food items.
item
n. 품목
It’s a competition for handmade upcycled items.
habit
n. 습관
These eating habits will keep you fit for life.
grow
v. 성장하다
She grew intellectually and emotionally in her first year at college.
literacy
n. 글을 읽고 쓸 수 있는 능력
Literacy is a primary goal of the educational system.
billboard
n. 옥외 광고판
The term “media” refers to all the different ways in which people communicate, such as newspapers, billboards, and advertisements.
prudently
ad. 신중히
In this media-rich environment, it is important for us to consume media prudently.
distorted
a. 왜곡된
We need to be able to distinguish between reality and fantasy, and true and distorted information.
passively
ad. 수동적으로
We should not passively accept whatever is readily available to us.
available
a. 이용할 수 있는
Tickets are available from the box office.
coin
v. (단어를) 만들다
The term "black hole" was coined in 1969 by the American scientist John Wheeler.
analyze
v. 분석하다
The data is collected and then analyzed on computer.
refer to
~을 의미하다
Therefore, a new term, “media literacy,” has been coined to refer to the ability to analyze media messages of all kinds.
intention
n. 의도
The main purpose of media literacy is to understand how a media message is created and to discover its hidden intentions.
agency
n. 대행사
Ads are usually made by agencies.
target
v. 목표로 하다
The advertisement was designed to target a mass audience.
arrangement
n. 배치
In media literacy, “text” includes pictures, graphics, sounds, and the arrangement or sequence of these elements.
sequence
n. 배열, 순서
The lessons are presented in a logical sequence.
element
n. 요소
Selfishness is an element of human nature.
interpret
v. 해석하다
Two people interpreting the same text can produce different subtexts.
reveal
v. 밝히다, 폭로하다
Thinking about the hidden message can reveal the values and biases of the creator.
bias
n. 편견
Students should be evaluated without bias.
editorial
n. 사설
Now you are going to read a newspaper editorial.
column
n. 칼럼
I write a weekly column for ‘The Times’.
present
a. 현재의
Their present stadium in Oceanside is too far from the city.
complain
v. 불평하다
Everyone complains it is too cold in the winter and too hot in the summer.
local
a. 현지의
All payments are made in local currency.
bring in
~을 들여오다
This project will bring in lots of visitors.
persuade
v. 설득하다
The editor wrote the editorial to persuade people to support building a new stadium.
attract
v. 끌어모으다
What techniques are used to attract the readers’ attention?
state
v. 진술하다
The price of the tickets is stated on the back.
bold
a. 선명한, 굵은
The bold words stand out from the others.
economic
a. 경제의
Business people will be happy about the possible economic benefits for their businesses.
majority
n. 대다수
Do the majority of the town’s citizens want a new stadium?
swift
a. 재빠른
My letter received a swift reply.
sugary
a. 설탕이 든
Teens who choose milk instead of sugary drinks tend to be leaner.
lean
a. 군살이 없는
The actor is lean, tall, and muscular.
muscle
n. 근육
The protein helps build muscle.
tend to
~하는 경향이 있다
People tend to need less sleep as they get older.
public
a. 공공의
The city hall and the library are public buildings.
find out about
~에 대해 알아내다
Let’s find out about their different experiences of participating in the event.
participate in
~에 참여하다
Many local businesses are participating in the campaign.
earn
v. 벌다
Some people are interested in earning large amounts of money.
means
n. 수단
A job provides us with the means to buy what we want or need.
self-realization
n. 자아실현
Having a job is necessary for self-realization.
satisfaction
n. 만족
You experience joy and satisfaction through having a job that fits you.
demand
v. 요구하다
You need to find a job that demands your abilities.
vague
a. 모호한
I hear the term “career” a lot, but it is vague to me.
simply put
간단히 말해서
Simply put, we need a job to earn money for a living.
progression
n. 진행
A career is the total progression of your professional life.
aptitude
n. 적성
You might also want to consider taking a career personality and aptitude test.
relevant
a. 관련 있는, 적절한
Try to find out which major is relevant for you
period
n. 기간
Deciding on the right career may require a long period of time.
come up with
(해답 등을) 찾아내다, 생각해내다
After coming up with a career, what should I do next?
therapist
n. 치료사
Miso visited a booth where she could learn about working as an art therapist.
journal
n. 일기
During the trip, I kept a detailed journal of each day's events.
entry
n. 항목
After returning from the fair, Miso wrote a journal entry to record her thoughts and experiences.
firsthand
ad. 직접적인
I was so excited that I could get some firsthand experience as an art therapist at the job and career fair.
struggle
v. 고투하다
I listened to her struggling to express herself.
encouragement
n. 격려
I was pleased that I could give her encouragement.
sympathize with
~와 공감하다
An art therapist’s job involves sympathizing with other people's emotions.
pay attention to
~에 주의를 기울이다
I was able to pay attention to my partner since I had to depend on voice alone.
indicate
v. 나타내다
Please indicate your preference on the booking form.
emphasize
v. 강조하다
She emphasized that it is important to gain experience with people.
expertise
n. 전문지식
She recommended me to build expertise about art.
pursue
v. 추구하다
Don't be afraid to pursue your goals.
continue to
계속해서 ~하다
I am going to continue to develop my interest in people and art.
auditorium
n. 강당
Siyoon went to an auditorium where he heard a lecture about careers and the future.
handout
n. 유인물
On the last page of your handout you will find a list of the books.
glimpse
n. 언뜻 봄
You can get a glimpse of the future by participating in this event.
technological
a. 기술적인
We live in an era of rapid technological change.
revolution
n. 혁신
Technological revolutions will lead rapid changes in career demand.
opportunity
n. 기회
If you have the right skills, there will always be more opportunities for you.
approach
n. 접근법
You need to try new approaches to get things done.
collaboration
n. 협업
The departments are working in collaboration with each other to develop new solutions.
pass around
~을 나눠주다
He passed around a handout that summarized the main points of the presentation.
run out of
다 쓰다, 없어지다
Will society run out of jobs?
lifelong
a. 평생의
When everything changes quickly, many people will work as freelancers instead of having lifelong jobs.
replicate
v. 모사하다
Computers will never be able to replicate rivalries in athletics.
rivalry
n. 경쟁
The two players have developed a friendly rivalry.
athletics
n. 운동 경기
Many teenagers are participating in high school athletics.
caretaker
n. 보살펴 주는 사람
She was the primary caretaker of her children.
empathetic
a. 이해심 있는
Parents should teach children to be responsible and empathetic.
prepare for
~에 대해 준비하다
How can we prepare for new jobs when new technologies are developed and introduced so quickly?
in spite of
~에도 불구하고
Are there any jobs that only humans will be able to do in spite of technological developments?
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