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autobiography
n. 자서전
In her autobiography, Anne gives a vivid description of her childhood.
timeline
n. 연대표, 시각표
There's an appendix with historic timeline.
sort
n. 유형, 종류
I read as many books as I could find about all sorts of animals.
spectacularly
ad. 극적으로
My favorite stories all involved people who were spectacularly close to animals and could communicate with them.
habitat
n. 서식지
I dreamed that one day I might be able to study animals in Africa, in their natural habitat.
long
v. 열망하다
After I graduated from high school, I longed to research animals.
research
v. 연구하다
It is important to research the market before offering a new product for sale.
encourage
v. 격려하다
My mother always encouraged me in my ambition.
ambition
n. 야망, 포부
I've always had an ambition to be a doctor.
secretary
n. 비서
She works as a bilingual secretary for a trading company.
cannot afford to
~할 여유가 없다
My family couldn’t afford to send me to university.
fare
n. 요금
First I had to pay my boat fare.
quit
v. 그만두다, 사직하다
I quit my film job and began to work as a waitress in a hotel.
earn
v. 얻다, (돈을) 벌다
Before very long I had earned enough money for a round-trip fare to Africa.
prominent
a. 저명한
After two months in Africa I met Louis Leakey, a prominent anthropologist.
anthropologist
n. 인류학자
Some anthropologists thought about culture as adaptation.
impress
v. 깊은 인상을 주다, 감명을 주다
He was impressed by how much I knew about African animals.
assistant
n. 보조자
He offered me a job as his assistant at Nairobi’s natural history museum.
formal
a. 공식적인, 정식의
He told me my lack of experience or formal qualifications didn’t matter.
behavior
n. 행동
He wanted someone who truly wanted to live among the chimps and learn about their behavior.
above all
무엇보다도
Above all, I'd like to thank my family.
patience
n. 인내심
He wanted someone with endless patience.
encounter
v. 직면하다
When I was ready to start the study, I encountered an obstacle.
authority
n. (정부)당국
The British authorities objected to a young woman living alone among wild animals in Africa.
chaperone
n. 매니저, 보호자
I would not be allowed to go by myself; I had to choose a chaperone.
accompany
v. 동반하다
I chose my mother, who was thrilled to accompany me for the first three months.
deliberately
ad. 의도적으로
I searched the forest every day, deliberately trying not to get too close to the chimpanzees too soon.
presence
n. 존재
Gradually they accepted my presence.
privilege
n. 특권
It was a great privilege to be so near them.
disprove
v. 틀렸음을 증명하다
One day I saw the chimps hunting for meat, which disproved the widely held belief that chimpanzees are vegetarian.
extract
v. 추출하다, 꺼내다
I observed two chimps making tools to extract termites from their mounds.
termite
n. 흰개미
The bug can catch ten or more termites in succession in this way.
mound
n. 흙더미
They built their homes on mounds to protect them from flooding.
exclusive
a. 독점적인, 배타적인
Until that time, creating tools was thought to be exclusive to humans.
redefine
v. 재정의하다
We must redefine tool, redefine Man, or accept chimpanzees as humans.
publish
v. 출간하다, 발표하다
In August 1963, I published my first article in the National Geographic, “My Life Among Wild Chimpanzees.”
document
v. 기록하다
The Geographic then decided to support my work and to document my life in Africa.
activist
n. 활동가
In the 1990s my career direction changed from scientist to activist.
decade
n. 10년
The research has been going on for a decade.
deforestation
n. 삼림 벌채, 삼림 파괴
I realized that deforestation was having a devastating effect on the people in East Africa.
devastating
a. 매우 파괴적인
The drought has had devastating consequences.
wildlife
n. 야생 동물
The use of pesticides is killing off wildlife.
advocate
n. 지지자
I decided to become an advocate for sustainable development.
raise
v. 모금하다
Now I spend most of my time traveling around the world—giving lectures and raising money.
endangered
a. 멸종 위기에 처한
I'm talking to people about environmental issues and the endangered chimpanzees.
coexistence
n. 공존
My journey led me to my dream of peaceful human-animal coexistence.
management
n. 관리; 경영, 운영
The success of the business was due to excellent management.
translate
v. 번역하다
His books have been translated into several foreign languages.
literary
a. 문학의
He has received almost all the major Korean literary awards.
secret
n. 비결, 비법
What is the secret of his success?
routine
n. 일과
To help answer this question, let us look at this novelist’s daily routine.
transcribe
v. 옮겨 쓰다
Kim transcribes his notes from the previous day into sentences.
previous
a. 이전의
The temperature is higher than in previous years.
imminent
a. 임박한
I have no imminent deadline to keep.
deadline
n. 마감 시간
I have a deadline coming up.
make it a rule to
~하기로 정하다
I make it a rule to work three times a day.
except for
~를 제외하고
I write all day, except for meals and sleep.
inevitable
a. 피할 수 없는
If any inevitable business makes me skip a day, for the next three days I do nothing but write.
discipline
v. 단련하다
His strongly disciplined work pattern seems to be closely associated with his view of writing.
outstanding
a. 뛰어난
Even though he is a successful writer, he does not think that he has an outstanding talent.
insist
v. 고집하다, 주장하다
They insisted that I should go to the party.
persistent
a. 끈질긴, 지속되는
He insists that he simply has been steady and persistent.
harsh
a. 냉혹한
His first novel got a harsh review that said the novelist Kim Yeonsu would probably not last long.
critic
n. 평론가
I had to thank the critic because it was the only review my novel gained at that time.
confess
v. 고백하다, 털어놓다
Kim also confesses that he had to rewrite his novel more than ten times.
acclaim
v. 격찬하다
Her first novel was widely acclaimed.
dump
v. 버리다
I had to dump about one hundred pages and start over from the beginning.
associate A with B
A와 B를 연관 짓다
The diseases are associated with exposure to harmful environments.
stamina
n. 체력, 스태미나
I don't think I have more stamina than other people.
qualify
v. 적합하다; 자격을 얻다
I used to spend more than twice the time other people would to create something that could qualify as ‘writing.’
realistic
a. 현실적인
That’s why I try to make realistic, efficient schedules for myself and act on them.
efficient
a. 효율적인
The restaurant established an efficient way to train new employees.
assert
v. 주장하다
She has asserted that everything she did was appropriate.
inspiration
n. 영감
He asserts that writing a novel is more about practice than talent or inspiration.
remark
v. 발언하다
He remarked that the award was more than he was expecting.
jealous
a. 질투하는, 시기하는
I’ve never felt jealous of people with outstanding literary talent.
envy
v. 부러워하다
I have envied people who are very good at self-management.
obvious
a. 분명한
For Kim, the importance of steady action in pursuing a dream is obvious.
revise
v. 수정하다
Enjoy the peace that comes when there seems to be nothing more you can revise.
used to
~하곤 했다
I don’t go to the movies as often as we used to.
ultimate
a. 궁극적인
My ultimate goal is to be a world-class chef who owns a restaurant.
acquire
v. 습득하다
To acquire fundamental knowledge about cooking, I have read many books about food and nutrition.
fundamental
a. 기본의
You have to know the fundamental rules of grammar to write for the school paper.
nutrition
n. 영양소
Poor nutrition can cause illness.
consult
v. 상담하다
I search for information on the Internet or I consult with my parents.
compare
v. 비교하다
She advised me to think about possible ways of becoming a chef and to compare each option’s advantages.
advantage
n. 장점
The advantage of living in the city is that there are so many things to see and do.
route
n. 길, 노선
To start with, I drew a flowchart of different routes I could follow.
culinary
a. 요리의
College would enable me to deepen my culinary knowledge.
renowned
a. 유명한
He was renowned for his skill in painting.
promote
v. 승진시키다
Because of his excellent job performance, he was promoted within the first year.
originally
ad. 원래
I discovered that there are many more ways to become a chef than I had originally thought.
benefit
n. 이득, 이익
Exercise provides many benefits for your health.
intensive
a. 집중적인
The greatest benefit of going to college is that I would be able to learn cooking skills in an intensive way.
cuisine
n. 요리법
I could study a variety of cuisines, such as Greek, French, and Italian, through specialized college programs.
launch
v. 개시하다
I could take restaurant-related courses in how to launch a catering business.
catering
n. 음식 공급
Would you like to use our catering service for your reception?
internship
n. 인턴십
Many schools even have international student exchange programs or internship programs.
deepen
v. 심화시키다
College would enable me not only to deepen my knowledge, but also to expand my experience.
expand
v. 확장하다
I'd like to expand my experience from the bottom up and learn how to manage a retail flower store.
expertise
n. 전문 지식
I'm a fairly good cook, but French cuisine is beyond my expertise.
considering
prep. ~을 고려하면
Considering my wish to study abroad, would I need to study at a domestic college first?
domestic
a. 국내의
They were surprised that the product was domestic and not imported.
prove
v. 판명되다
Tests proved that the water was unsafe to drink.
theory
n. 이론
I learn directly through field experience rather than by concentrating on theory.
financial
a. 금전상의, 재정적인
The couple got into financial difficulty and needed a loan from the bank.
demanding
a. 부담이 큰
According to my research so far, cooking in a restaurant is much more demanding.
mentally
ad. 정신적으로
Cooking in a restaurant is much more challenging, both mentally and physically than it appears.
physically
ad. 신체적으로
Working in a restaurant is much harder, both mentally and physically than you expect
suit
v. 적합하다
The color yellow suits her.
investment
n. 투자
Finding out early would be much better than realizing it several years later, after a big investment in time and money for college.
up close
바로 가까이에서
I would be able to see up close how a restaurant is run.
concentrate on
~에 집중하다
Concentrate on your problem.
turn out
~로 판명되다
It turns out that I’m not suited for restaurant work.
full-time
ad. 상근으로서
If I start working full-time, will I have time to develop my foreign language skills?
run
v. 경영하다
Those are the skills and knowledge I will need to run a world-class restaurant.
world-class
a. 세계 일류의
He took his place among world-class soccer players.
postscript
n. 후기
I added a postscript to my letter that said, "P.S., I miss you."
option
n. 선택권
I learned how to choose a career path among several options.
submit
v. 제출하다
He submitted his assignment to a teacher.
preparation
n. 준비
Taking the Career Preparation class this semester, I’ve been able to do a lot of thinking about where I want my career to begin.
semester
n. 학기
My brother will take an art class next semester.
scrutinize
v. 면밀히 조사하다
A profiler is a person who scrutinizes evidence at crime scenes.
evidence
n. 증거
Scientists have not yet found evidence of life on Mars.
criminal
n. 범죄자
The police checked the records of the criminal.
enforcement
n. 집행
According to my test results, my qualities make me well suited for a career in law enforcement.
bachelor
n. 학사 학위 소지자
My first requirement will be a bachelor’s degree in psychology.
degree
n. 학위
At least a Bachelor’s degree is required for an entry-level job.
sociology
n. 사회학
Sociology is the study of society or of the way society is organized.
forensic
a. 범죄 과학 수사의
She's taking a class in forensic science in college.
hypothesis
n. 가설
I will need to be able to form a hypothesis and make valid arguments based on logic and reasoning.
valid
a. 타당한
You must have a valid reason to reschedule your test.
argument
n. 논쟁
Mr. and Mrs. Kim had an argument about money.
logic
n. 논리
The detective used logic to figure out who stole the diamonds.
reasoning
n. 추리, 추론
The detective has great powers of reasoning.
judgment
n. 판단
I should not allow personal feelings to interfere with my judgment.
competent
a. 능숙한
I should be persistent and perform competent research.
spot
v. 찾아내다
I should also be able to spot lies in interviews and testimony.
testimony
n. 증언
I suspected his testimony because he had lied before.
skepticism
n. 회의, 의심
I should have a healthy skepticism about people in general.
daunt
v. 기죽게 하다
She talked nothing daunted in front of people.
supportive
a. 지원하는
Having supportive teammates helped him get back his confidence.
vague
a. 모호한
The meaning of this paragraph is rather vague.
interfere with
~을 방해하다
Noise from next door interfered with her sleep last night.
time frame
n. 기간
They were not able to finish the project within the established time frame.
surround
v. 둘러싸다
The wall surrounds my house.
regularly
ad. 규칙적으로
The dentist reminded her to floss regularly.
in advance
미리, 먼저
Let me know a week in advance when you want to leave.
requirement
n. 필수 사항
What is the requirement for the job?
seek
v. 구하다
He is seeking his fortune in other country.
assume
v. 가정하다
Having prepared this action plan, I feel as if I were already a profiler, assuming everything goes as planned!
major in
~을 전공하다
I plna to go to university and major in psychology.
meanwhile
ad. 한편
Meanwhile, I’ll start now with my plan for this week—one step at a time.
institution
n. 기관
An SOP is a written statement in which you explain your motivation to apply to a program, a college, or a position in an institution.
admission
n. 입학
A well-written SOP is an opportunity to impress a college admissions committee.
committee
n. 위원회
Members of the neighborhood formed a committee to raise funds for a basketball court.
convince
v. 설득하다
A well-written SOP is an opportunity to convince a college admissions committee to accept your application.
process
n. 과정
Creating your SOP can be a daunting process, but here are some tips for writing a good one.
brainstorm
v. (아이디어를 얻기 위해) 자유 토론을 하다
You need to brainstorm first to collect ideas.
apply to
~에 지원하다
SOP is a written statement in which you explain your motivation to apply to a program, a college, or a position in an institution.
sibling
n. 형제자매
Think about yourself as a person, as a family member or friend—for example, a good listener, the youngest sibling, a math peer tutor, etc.
tutor
n. 개인 교사; v. 개인 교수하다, 개별 지도하다
The tutor comes twice per week to help my son with math.
competition
n. 대회
The diving competition will be held tomorrow.
volunteer
n. 자원봉사자
She works as a volunteer for the Red Cross.
tournament
n. 토너먼트
Tommy won the tennis tournament after winning five matches.
marinate
v. 곰곰이 생각하다
Set your list aside for a day or two and allow your thoughts to marinate.
brilliant
a. 멋진
If you think of something brilliant to add, pull out your list and add the new idea.
group
v. 분류하다
As you go through this process, try to group your achievements into two to four categories or topics.
outline
n. 개요
She wrote an outline of the report before she wrote the first draft.
pull out
꺼내다
I like to pull out some money from my savings account.
semifinal
n. 준결승
Our soccer team made it to the semifinals.
communicative
a. 의사소통의
These achievements show my communicative skills, which are required in the field of sports marketing.
material
n. 자료
I can write about the pleasure of organizing materials and making presentations.
statistical
a. 통계의
Marketers need to be good at numbers to analyze statistical materials.
hook
n. 관심을 끄는 것
The opening paragraph should have a hook that grabs the admissions committee’s attention.
memorable
a. 기억할 만한
It is important that you explain your motivations and goals in a memorable way.
applicant
n. 지원자
It is important that you explain your motivations and goals in a way that will distinguish you from other applicants.
paragraph
n. 단락
Our teacher told us to write three paragraphs about an interesting experience.
grab
v. (관심을) 끌다
Korean TV dramas grab the attention of people all over the world.
love affair
n. 열광, 애정
He has a love affair with fast sports cars.
librarian
n. 사서
The librarian helped us find good books about Abraham Lincoln.
arrange
v. 정리하다
She arranged the bottles according to size.
pass away
사망하다
When I was eleven, my grandmother passed away and left me something that changed my life.
convey
v. 전달하다
This opening conveys Eunji’s motivation for studying library science in a way that is both clear and interesting.
lifelong
a. 일생의
This opening shows her lifelong passion, not just for books but for taking care of books.
reveal
v. 드러내다, 보이다
If you had a meaningful experience that reveals your enthusiasm for your chosen field, briefly explain what you learned from it.
genuine
a. 진실한
It was clear that her love for him was genuine.
enthusiasm
n. 열정
She showed so much enthusiasm about the job.
demonstrate
v. 보여 주다
Describe any experience or achievement that demonstrates your creativity.
reliability
n. 신뢰도
His reliability makes him a good employee.
faculty
n. 교수진
A new teacher is joining the faculty.
notice
v. 알아채다
I noticed how this simple habit kept me more attentive to everyday life.
attentive
a. 주의를 기울이는
The children were attentive while the story was read to them.
refer to
~을 참조하다
Please refer to the attached file for details.
pile up
쌓이다, 많아지다
As more and more drawing notebooks piled up in my room, I noticed how this simple habit kept me more attentive to everyday life.
target
v. 겨냥하다
That is why I created the Drawing Book Club in my second year of high school, targeting students who were keen on creating art like me.
bi-monthly
a. 격월의; 월 2회의
Our bi-monthly gatherings to discuss each member’s daily artwork brought great excitement.
exhibition
n. 전시회
The museum has put the masterpiece on exhibition.
cooperate
v. 협동하다
My club activities allowed me to achieve something wonderful through sharing and cooperating.
overcome
v. 극복하다
An SOP can be an opportunity to show your ability to overcome problems.
objective
a. 객관적인
When you talk about your problems, be as honest and objective as possible.
defend
v. 방어하다
Instead of trying to defend yourself, describe the circumstances that led to the problems.
circumstance
n. 상황, 환경
We shouldn't judge her, because her circumstances are so different from ours.
highlight
v. 강조하다
You should highlight how you dealt with the situation and what you have learned from the experience.
keen on
~을 좋아하는
She's quite keen on learning how to play the electric guitar.
instead of
~ 대신에
We have to face reality instead of avoiding it.
spin
v. 제시하다
If you can spin this story well enough for the committee, they will see you as a mature person with the ability to overcome hardship.
empathize
v. 공감하다
If you empathize with someone, you understand his or her situation.
mature
a. 성숙한, 어른스러운
She's only fourteen, but she has a mature appearance.
substantial
a. 상당한
Once you have a substantial draft, get feedback from whoever can make useful suggestions,
draft
n. (아직 완성본이 아닌) 원고, 초안
Put your draft away for a while, and come back to it.
perspective
n. 관점
They can give you additional points and new perspectives to include.
proofread
v. 교정을 보다
You need to proofread your SOP time and again.
edit
v. 수정하다
You need to edit your SOP until you and your reviewers think you have done your best.
content
n. 내용
The contents of this letter are secret.
polish
v. 다듬다
You will have some emotional distance from your writing, and it will be easier to see if it is polished enough.
verbal
a. 구두의
Remember your SOP is a verbal picture of you as a person.
represent
v. 보여 주다
He asked me to represent our class at the meeting.
support
v. 지지하다
She always supports his dream of being a Notre Dame football player.
steel
n. 강철
After high school, Rudy takes a job at a local steel mill.
mill
n. 공장
Pete, his lifelong friend, works at the mill.
aspiration
n. 열망
Rudy’s aspiration is never taken seriously.
nevertheless
ad. 그럼에도 불구하고
Nevertheless, it is clear that she is talented in soccer.
reluctant
a. 꺼리는, 마지못한
He is reluctant to give up his dream.
surplus
n. 여분, 잉여량
I saw it in this surplus store.
put on
~을 입다
He puts on the Notre Dame jacket, excited.
coach
n. 코치
He's an excellent coach who knows how to get results.
walk-on
n. 후보 선수
Do you know Ara is the only coach in Notre Dame history who encourages walk-on players?
tolerable
a. 견딜 만한
Having dreams is what makes life tolerable.
take ~ seriously
~을 진지하게 대하다
You’re the only one who ever took me seriously.
explosion
n. 폭발
Pete is killed in an explosion at the mill.
funeral
n. 장례식
Rudy decides at his funeral not to lose any more time in pursuing his dream.
grade
n. 성적, 학점
My grades have never been very good, even though I tried.
whole
a. 전체의, 모든
My whole life, people have been telling me what I could do and couldn’t do.
deal
n. 거래
Here’s the deal.... Holy Cross Junior College is nearby.
chance
n. 확률, 가능성
I am waiting for a chance to introduce myself.
GPA
n. (grade point average) 성적 평가점
Applicants need at least a 3.5 GPA.
get into
~에 들어가다; ~을 (시작)하게 되다
Maybe with a high GPA, you might have a chance of getting into Notre Dame.
enroll
v. 등록하다
Rudy enrolls at Holy Cross Junior College and works hard.
transfer
v. 편입하다
I hoped to get grades good enough to qualify to transfer to Notre Dame.
rejection
n. 거절
Most people find rejection hard to deal with.
admit
v. 입학을 허가하다
After two years and three rejections, he finally gets admitted to Notre Dame.
immediately
ad. 즉시
He immediately tries out for the football team.
effort
n. 노력
One coach notices that Rudy makes more effort than any of his teammates.
rush
v. 달려들다
She rushed to the coach and gave him a hug.
hug
n. 껴안기, 포옹
She greeted the visitors with hugs and kisses.
try out for
~에 지원하다, ~을 위한 적격 시험을 보다
I tried out for the swim team when I was a kid.
throw ~ off
에서 떠나게 하다
I’ll throw you off this team so fast you won’t know what hit you.
let ~ down
~을 실망시키다
We count on you so don't let us down.
exhibit
v. 보여 주다
I will exhibit some findings from the experiment at the upcoming conference.
immense
a. 거대한
The whole area used to be an immense desert.
drive
n. 동기
Rudy, now a walk-on player, exhibits immense drive in training, as if he were taking part in real games.
virtually
ad. 사실상, 거의
However, his chances of playing in a real game are virtually zero.
permission
n. 허가, 허락
They did not have permission to build on the land.
dress
v. (특정한 유형의) 옷을 입다
Rudy asked for permission to dress for just one game in his senior year.
senior
a. (고등학교·칼리지의) 마지막 학년〔졸업반〕의
Next year, my senior year, I’d love to be able to give him this gift.
sideline
n. (운동 경기장의) 사이드라인
He doesn’t believe I’m on the team because he can’t see me at the sidelines during the games.
appreciate
v. 고마워하다
I’d really appreciate it if you’d let me dress—one game next season.
compete
v. 겨루다, 참가하다
You know every year we’re competing for the national championship.
impossible
a. 불가능한
It’s for everybody who told me that being a Notre Dame football player would be impossible.
deserve
v. ~할 가치가 있다
She deserves to have a vacation after all her efforts.
take part in
~에 참가하다
I take part in many social activities.
ask for
~을 요청하다
What do you do if your kids ask for help with their homework?
resign
v. 사임하다
Coach Ara resigns from his job at Notre Dame.
disappointed
a. 실망한
Don't be disappointed about such a thing.
exert
v. 힘껏 노력하다
Rudy still exerts himself to the utmost in practice, hoping to be selected.
utmost
n. 최대 한도
This new system represents the utmost in modern technology.
shortlist
n. 후보자 명단
He is not on the shortlist for the team’s next-to-last game.
furious
a. 격분한
He is so furious that he decides to quit the team.
gaze
v. 응시하다
Rudy is standing in the stands of the stadium, gazing out over the field.
sigh
n. 한숨
She breathed a sigh of relief that she passed the test.
tragedy
n. 비극
There are greater tragedies in the world.
pass by
지나가다
Fortune is passing by and stops to talk to him.
run out
뛰쳐나가다
I wanted to run out of that tunnel for my dad to prove to everyone that I was somebody.
crap
n. 헛소리
You are so full of crap.
hardly
ad. 거의 ~않다
You’ve got hardly a speck of athletic ability.
speck
n. 먼지
She wrote a novel without a speck of humor.
except
prep. ~를 제외하고
You don’t have to prove nothing to nobody except yourself.
recall
v. 기억하다
Rudy recalled that Fortune has never seen a game even though he is a groundskeeper.
attitude
n. 불량한〔반항적인〕 태도
I got filled up with a lot of attitude, so I quit.
regret
v. 후회하다
Still not a week goes by, I don’t regret it.
guarantee
v. 보장하다
I guarantee a week won’t go by in your life, you won’t regret walking out.
be full of
~로 가득 차다
The small park is full of homeless people.
hang in
버티다
You hung in with the best college football team in the land for two years!
go through
~을 겪다
After what you’ve gone through, if you haven’t done that by now, it’s never going to happen.
ride the bench
교체 선수를 하다(경기를 하기보다는 교체 선수로 활동하며 대부분의 시간을 벤치에 앉아 보내는 일)
I rode the bench for two years.
go by
지나가다
The morning seemed to go by very quickly.
get the best of
~를 이기다
You will regret walking out letting them get the best of you.
chant
n. 구호
A “Rudy!” chant begins among his teammates.
crowd
n. 군중
Crowds lined the street to watch the parade.
announcer
n. 아나운서
I work part-time as an announcer for a local radio station.
defensively
ad. 방어적으로
The team goes against coach Devine’s wish to play defensively.
sack
v. 태클하다
Rudy sacks the Georgia Tech quarterback.
finale
n. 피날레
To the crowd’s cheers, he is carried off the field on his teammates’ shoulders—the finale of his dream.
make out
~을 알아듣다
I can’t quite make out just what it is at the moment.
give in to
~에 굴복하다
Coach Devine gives in to the chanting and lets Rudy play on the final kickoff.
학생
가장 빠르게 암기하도록 도와주는 암기학습 〉
제대로 외웠나 바로 확인하는 리콜학습 〉
철자까지 외우려면 스펠학습 〉
재미있게 복습하려면 매칭 게임 〉
주관식으로도 재미있는 복습, 크래시 게임 〉
선생님
수업 중 이 단어장을 보고 듣고 질문하는 슬라이드 〉
수업시간이 들썩 들썩 퀴즈배틀 (로그인) 〉
클릭만으로 종이낭비 없이 시험지 인쇄 (로그인) 〉
필요한 세트를 직접 만드는 단어장 만들기 (로그인) 〉
선생님들이 만드신 30만개 단어장 검색하기 〉
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