YBM 고등 심화 영어회화 I 신정현 - 종합
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adaptive
a. 적응할 수 있는
The animal's adaptive ability is important to its survival.
float
v. 띄우다
The companies float giant balloons into the sky to provide Internet access to distant areas.
out of hand
통제 불가능인
We should develop technology to remove it before it gets completely out of hand.
virtual
a. 가상의
I’m expecting a virtual reality headset.
be out of reach
손에 닿지 않다
It is reported that for about 2 out of every 3 people in the world, an Internet connection is out of reach.
vacuum
n. 진공청소기
Portable vacuums also came from space technology.
advancement
n. 진보
I think advancements in virtual reality technology are huge.
function
n. 기능
A VR headset might have various other functions like a wide field of view.
transport
v. 수송하다
The boat transports cars across the water.
innovative
a. 혁신적인
VR headset is innovative equipment that transports people into a three-dimensional space.
exploration
n. 탐험
These days many countries are spending huge amounts of money on space exploration.
cost an arm and a leg
비용이 막대하게 들다
Going into space will cost an arm and a leg.
challenge
n. 도전
Driverless cars might bring about a lot of new challenges related to our traffic laws.
decrease
v. 감소시키다
It is possible that driverless cars would help decrease accidents.
satellite
n. 위성
Korea only managed its first satellite launch in 2013.
wearable
a. 착용하기에 적합한
Could you tell me what this wearable health sensor can be used for?
autonomous
a. 자율의
Some of today’s cars already have speed control, autonomous braking, and self-parking.
expense
n. 비용
Order whatever you want to eat regardless of expense.
obtain
v. 얻다
He obtained his college degree in just three years.
revolutionary
a. 혁신적인
The most revolutionary application will be printing tissues and organs.
purifier
n. 정화장치
Today water purifiers are everywhere, including my house.
due to
~ 때문에
There is heavy traffic due to a car accident.
first off
우선
First off, I'll see how much it’ll cost.
significantly
ad. 의미심장하게
When two pieces collide, they can break apart into many smaller pieces, significantly increasing the amount of space junk in space.
extract
v. 추출하다
Portable vacuums were originally used for extracting rocks from the surface of the moon.
temperature
n. 체온
The weather forecast says the temperature will drop rapidly late in the afternoon.
orbit
n. 궤도
Earth’s orbit is full of not only working satellites but also broken ones.
domestic
a. 국내의
Korea intends to land on the moon using mostly domestic technology.
booklet
n. 소책자
The booklet says it collects health information and sends it to doctors.
equipment
n. 장비
We bought a lot of new equipment for our hiking trip.
stable
a. 안정된
Human cells require a stable flow of blood to survive.
forward
v. 전송하다
The information will be sent to a mobile phone and it can then be forwarded to a hospital.
on track
제대로 진행되고 있는
This sensor might help me stay on track with my health goals.
apply
v. 적용하다
3D printing technology applied in the field of medicine.
contaminated
a. 오염된
Contaminated water should be turned back into drinkable water.
currently
ad. 현재
A lot of scientists are currently working on better ways to send humans out beyond Earth’s orbit.
beyond
prep. ~ 너머에
The post office is two blocks beyond the school.
substance
n. 물질
The program involves analyzing rare substances on the moon.
bridge
v. 다리를 놓아 길을 만들다
The goal of the project is to bridge the digital gap.
install
v. 설치하다
She installed a new refrigerator in the kitchen.
opportunity
n. 기회
SNSs give us the opportunity to maintain relationships with friends and family.
significant
a. 중요한
There have been significant advancements in space exploration on the part of Korea.
organ
n. 기관
Tissue or organ failure caused by aging or diseases is a major medical problem.
alarm
n. 자명종
I recently installed an adaptive alarm app on my smartphone.
probe
n. 무인 우주 탐사선
The Korean government is planning to land a robotic probe on the surface of the moon.
guarantee
v. 보장하다
Technological developments don’t always guarantee good results.
quite
ad. 상당히
Wow, that’s quite impressive technology.
transplant
n. 이식
This will enable doctors to more easily obtain organs for transplants.
collide
v. 충돌하다
Suppose space junk collides with satellites or other space junk. Wouldn’t it be horrible?
distant
a. (거리가) 먼
My brother moved to a distant country.
competition
n. (경연) 대회
He’s the winner of the 17th International Chopin Piano Competition.
composer
n. 작곡가
Chopin was a great composer and pianist.
comment
v. 의견을 말하다
Readers can rate and comment on each episode, which helps webtoon writers improve the stories.
nationalist
n. 애국주의자
The man learns Chopin was an enthusiastic nationalist.
beholder
n. 구경꾼
Well, I think beauty is in the eye of the beholder.
eventually
ad. 결국
I’ve worked toward my goal of becoming a movie director, a goal I eventually accomplished.
undoubtedly
ad. 의심할 여지없이
This will undoubtedly be a movie worth watching.
tragedy
n. 비극
King Lear is one of Shakespeare's most well-known tragedies.
ironic
a. 모순적인
I love ironic tragedies like Romeo and Juliet more than educational stories.
vandalism
n. 만행
I think graffiti has more to do with vandalism than self-expression.
enthusiasm
n. 열정
Pleasant music adds enthusiasm to our day or eases our mind.
inspire
v. 고무하다
Art makes our life happy, shapes our mood in a positive way, and inspires us.
crime
n. 범죄
Thrillers tend to involve relatively more crime than other genres.
criticize
v. 비판하다
It criticizes the society of the time by punishing the corrupt officials.
translate
v. 번역하다
I’m talking about Korean webtoons that have been translated into English.
poetic
a. 시적인
I often have a sudden poetic inspiration.
official
n. 관료
The city officials met to discuss the new highway.
convergence
n. 융합
I’ve been to several convergence art shows, such as ones for da Vinci, van Gogh, Hermann Hesse, and Monet.
offensive
a. 무례한
As long as graffiti is in the right place and not offensive, it is fine.
entertainment
n. 오락(물)
My favorite types of entertainment are movies and games.
broadcast
n. 방송
My favorite type of entertainment is Internet broadcasting.
glamorize
v. 매혹적으로 만들다
The novels don’t promote or glamorize violence.
aspect
n. 양상
I’ll focus on the positive aspects in my presentation.
educational
a. 교육적인
They are going on an educational trip to Seoul.
beat
v. 이기다
Chunhyangjeon contains the message of good beating bad.
invade
v. 침략하다
It was written when the country was invaded by Russia.
graffiti
n. 낙서, 그래피티
Graffiti is writing or pictures that has been drawn or painted, usually on walls.
passionate
a. 열정적인
He was also a passionate nationalist.
unrelated
a. 관련 없는
Many of you may think art is something special that is unrelated to you.
feature
v. 특징으로 삼다
The best feature of that house is the large kitchen.
frugality
n. 검소
I think the Joseon portrait emphasizes frugality and simplicity in terms of the technique used for drawing the lines.
loyalty
n. 충성
It’s an expression of his loyalty to his homeland, Poland.
vocalization
n. 발성
Opera singers value natural vocalization, so usually there are no microphones in operas.
literature
n. 문학
The characters and their relationships in literature allow us to see ourselves as other people see us.
accomplish
v. 이루다
He wanted to play this difficult piece, and his piano teacher helped him accomplish this goal.
interact
v. 상호작용하다
It’s interesting that a host and viewers can interact in real time like that.
decorative
a. 장식적인
The Western portrait has some decorative elements such as a background.
violent
a. 폭력적인
The public was warned that a prisoner known to be violent had escaped.
extraordinary
a. 비범한
We marveled at the extraordinary paintings in the museum.
shading
n. 명암법
Deep colors as well as light and shading effects are used a lot.
willpower
n. 의지력
Movies can influence your mood, thinking, and willpower.
barrier
n. 장애물
In Romeo and Juliet, the barrier is a conflict between the two families.
sentimental
a. 감성적인
As you know, I have a preference for thrillers over sentimental novels.
mixture
n. 혼합
The Monet exhibition was a mixture of art forms including traditional paintings, classical music, and digital art.
sculpture
n. 조각품
A small sculpture on the table can create a sense of joy.
evident
a. 명백한
Her success was evident to all.
posture
n. 자세
Her poor posture makes her seem like she is tired.
portrait
n. 초상화
I think the face is portrayed in relatively greater detail in the Joseon portrait.
corrupt
a. 부패한
The judge sent those corrupt men to prison.
shape
v. 형성하다
Each one of these experiences helped shape you as an individual.
perception
n. 지각, 이해
In the past, staying with one company was important, but people’s perceptions of job-hopping are changing.
expertise
n. 전문지식
Maximizing your life experiences will equip you with the skills, tools, and expertise to guide you on your career path.
adjust
v. 적응하다
The companies equipped with advanced technology and fresh ideas will become more competitive by adjusting easily to the changes.
aptitude
n. 적성
I suggest you take an aptitude test to learn more about yourself.
bury
v. 보이지 않게 묻다
This will make you embrace challenges and look for the lesson buried in difficulties.
conservative
a. 수수한
I suppose something that looks professional and conservative will do.
embrace
v. 받아들이다
The active attitude embraces challenges.
goods
n. 상품
The final goal is to produce goods without waste.
between jobs
실직 중인
If you jump between jobs, people will question your loyalty.
address
v. 다루다
You can address your abilities and skills clearly.
financial
a. 재정의
It’s a financial advisor that provides portfolio management online.
take over
~을 대체하다
What worries me is computers taking over jobs that are thought to require a lot of knowledge.
reliable
a. 신뢰가 가는
This test is quite reliable, and it will help me a lot in choosing my career.
touch up
~을 손보다
I had better touch up my resume after school.
proficient
a. 능숙한
I’m proficient at using computers.
adopt
v. 채택하다
The answer is to adopt an entrepreneurial mindset.
confident
a. 확신하는
You can tell them you are confident that you can do the job.
organizational
a. 조직의
They’re looking for research assistants who have outstanding organizational skills and are competent in word processing.
application
n. 지원서
Thank you for your internship application.
annual
a. 매년의
Thank you for inviting me as a guest speaker at the annual High School Career Fair.
relatively
ad. 상대적으로
There are still jobs that are relatively safe from automation, such as politician, religious leader, and therapist.
dominate
v. 지배하다
I once worked on a school debate team where one voice dominated the team and other students’ ideas were ignored.
mindset
n. 사고방식
The entrepreneurial mindset is maintained by that unending passion for new learning.
strive
v. 분투하다
You need to be convincing about how you are striving to overcome your shortcomings.
entrepreneurial
a. 기업가의
Here are three tips to improve your entrepreneurial mindset.
expose
v. 경험하게 하다
Expose yourself to various life experiences.
mutual
a. 상호간의
Mutual understanding and cooperation is important in this industry.
tailor
v. 맞추다
It’s essential that you do some research on the company and tailor your resume according to their specific needs.
qualification
n. 자격 요건
I’d like to find out the specific qualifications they are looking for.
augmentation
n. 증가
How about memory augmentation surgeons?
determination
n. 투지
I want to express my determination for the job.
competitive
a. 경쟁력 있는
In a competitive business setting, the variety of challenges helps me to keep my skills fresh.
hands-on
a. 직접 해 보는
There’s no doubt you’ll get real hands-on experience in the professional field you’re interested in.
resourceful
a. 기략이 풍부한
It sounds like a perfect job for creative and resourceful people with an interest in both materials science and the environment.
age
v. 나이가 들다
Korea is aging at the fastest rate among advanced economies.
dedicated to
~에 전념하는
I began my training and became dedicated to my goal.
merchandising
n. 판매
I’m determined to study fashion merchandising in college.
analysis
n. 분석
A young woman started a sports analysis company combining her technological knowledge with her passion for sports.
adapt to
~에 적응하다
They generally help people from diverse cultural backgrounds adapt to life in Korea.
account for
(부분·비율을) 차지하다
I heard foreign residents now account for nearly three percent of the population.
foresee
v. 예견하다
I can foresee multicultural counselor becoming a promising job.
set aside
확보하다
I tried to be a good listener, setting aside time to understand every member’s ideas.
shortcoming
n. 단점
When I describe my strengths focusing on the vision of the company, should I also write down my shortcomings, too?
accomplishment
n. 성취
You can do this by highlighting your most impressive accomplishments in a logical format.
rewarding
a. 보람 있는
What has been your most rewarding accomplishment?
potential
n. 잠재력
I have my heart set on having a job which I can make full use of my potential.
assess
v. 평가하다
They assess situations quickly and move fast to respond to immediate problems with practical solutions.
stand out
두드러지다
What do you think I should do to make my resume stand out among many applications?
bias
n. 편견
Your willingness to question your own possible biases is an important step toward understanding the roots of stereotypes.
meaningless
a. 의미 없는
It means physical beauty is meaningless and is not as important as a person’s character.
discrimination
n. 차별
Discrimination based on physical appearance or “lookism” is still so prevalent in our society.
heal
v. 치료하다
Like physical illness, mental illness can be healed or at least managed.
regulation
n. 규제
There are regulations surrounding installation and protective measures are already in place.
frustration
n. 좌절
I heard getting attacked online even leads to social anxiety, sadness, and frustration.
countless
a. 무수한
Movie productions will make fewer movies, which leads to job losses for actors, sound directors, and countless other occupations.
stereotypical
a. 전형적인
Learn as much as you can about the groups that you think about in stereotypical ways.
regulate
v. 규정하다
Gender stereotypes regulate people’s behavior in potentially harmful ways.
illegal
a. 불법적인
There are many illegal websites providing free music and movies.
security
n. 안전
Companies need to spend more on building better security systems.
stigma
n. 오명
There is a significant stigma surrounding mental illness.
hesitate
주저하다
That’s why mentally ill people tend to hesitate to get treatment.
shortage
n. 부족
They fill labor shortages, support Korean workers, and accept jobs that many Koreans don’t want.
indiscriminately
ad. 무차별적으로
she wanted to punish the users for indiscriminately spreading false rumors on many Internet boards.
migrant worker
이주노동자
I used to be wide open to the idea of migrant workers, but now I’m a bit against it.
strengthen
v. 강화하다
Companies need to strengthen employee education.
self-esteem
n. 자부심
We have to not only raise awareness of the issue but also raise people’s sense of self-esteem.
intellectual property
지적 재산
Though some people think it is not physically taking anything from anyone, it is stealing intellectual property.
attractive
a. 매력적인
Attractive people tend to be treated better.
stimulate
v. 자극하다
In the end, foreign workers stimulate the Korean economy.
post
v. 게시하다
Limit what you post to social networking sites.
annoy
v. 귀찮게 하다
Those unwanted calls are really annoying.
share
v. 공유하다
Make sure to be careful with what you share on social networking sites.
cyberbullying
n. 사이버 폭력
Cyberbullying is bad, but I don’t think it’s that serious.
invasion
n. 침략
It’s an invasion of privacy.
sharply
ad. 급격하게
These days, the number of CCTV cameras is sharply increasing.
plastic surgery
성형 수술
I strongly believe that it is one of the reasons behind the growth of the plastic surgery industry.
colleague
n. 동료
Won’t you worry about negative attention from colleagues?
leak
v. 새다
I’m concerned about the possibility that my profile, photos, chat and other personal information could be leaked.
legally
ad. 합법적으로
Are you positive about having downloaded all of them legally?
gender equality
양성 평등
I thought we had nearly achieved gender equality, but I guess we still have a long way to go.
boundary
n. 경계
It’s worth pushing boundaries and making new opportunities.
footage
n. 화면
Footage cannot be used against people if a crime has not been committed.
misinformation
n. 오보
Having close relationships with them helps get rid of any misinformation you may have.
identity thief
신원 도용
If you post too much information about yourself, an identity thief can gather information about your life.
pioneer
n. 개척자
If I choose a non-traditional career, I would enjoy the satisfaction that comes from being a pioneer.
stereotype
n. 고정관념
Feminine stereotypes characterize women as more caring, sensitive, and emotional than men.
risk
n. 위험
Is there anything I could do to reduce the privacy risks?
gender
n. 성
We need to see everyone as an individual and realize that gender does not define who people are.
hand over
이양하다, 인도하다
Don’t forget to check that it’s a trusted site with good security measures before handing over any personal information.
decisive
a. 결단력이 있는
Masculine stereotypes define men as tough, strong, and decisive.
ethical
v. 윤리적인
Shouldn’t employees and companies be more ethical when it comes to dealing with personal information?
unconscious
a. 무의식의
First, know your own conscious or unconscious stereotypes.
unstable
a. 불안정한
The person thinks mental patients could be unstable or dangerous.
disapproval
n. 불찬성
He feels there’s unspoken disapproval from his company.
paternity leave
남편의 육아 휴가
My uncle hesitates to take paternity leave.
permission
n. 허락
I took out my stress on my older brother by wearing his shoes without permission.
article
n. 기사
I’m reading articles about the financial crisis in Europe.
intention
n. 의도
It’s a way of telling strangers we have no intention of hurting them.
go along with
~에 동의하다
I intend to go along with my original plans.
get along with
~와 사이좋게 지내다
I’ve been thinking about how to get along with my little sister better.
improve
v. 향상시키다
Sounds like you’re already a step closer to your future dream of being a math teacher by continually looking for ways to improve your abilities.
frontier
n. 국경 (지역); 변경
In the early frontier period, people had no way of knowing who their friends or enemies were.
make up one's mind
결심하다
My parents have already made up their minds about my future.
perspective
n. 관점
If you try to explain your plans more fully and specifically when you talk to your parents, they can see things from your perspective and they might change their minds.
step on
밟다
That explains why the woman who stepped on my shoe on the bus the other day smiled at me.
analyst
n. 분석가
I intend to be a financial analyst in the future.
conflict
n. 갈등
Strong emotions can sometimes cause conflict, even between good friends.
persistent
a. 고집하는
If you are persistent, eventually your parents will support you.
volunteer
a. 자원의
I’ll do volunteer work at a children’s hospital.
motivation
n. 의욕
If you repeatedly try but fail, you will lose your motivation to try at all.
affair
n. (공적인) 일
I’m thinking of working in foreign affairs.
anxiety
n. 불안감
Actually I used to get performance anxiety.
appropriate
a. 적절한
Getting angry and taking it out on your parents is not appropriate.
likely
ad. 아마도
Daily updates will likely post links to websites.
considerate
a. 사려 깊은
I’d like to stress that friendship begins by being considerate.
establish
v. 확립하다
It goes without saying that doing this is important for establishing a healthy relationship with your friends.
embarrassed
a. 당황스러운
Koreans also smile when they feel sorry or embarrassed about something.
a bit
약간
I had a bit of an argument with Jina.
courage
n. 용기
I didn’t have the courage to express my thoughts because I was afraid I might lose my friends.
concept
n. 개념
I didn’t have enough time to fully understand the basic concepts in each chapter.
all the time
항상
You shouldn’t get carried away worrying about what your friends are doing all the time.
settle
v. (논쟁 등을) 해결하다
Did you settle your differences with your parents about your future goals?
when it comes to
~에 관한 한
You have to realize that time is valuable, especially when it comes to other people’s time.
excuse
n. 변명
You always seem to have excuses for not showing up on time.
brush up on
~을 복습하다
Even though the exam is over, I will still brush up on my math skills a little bit each day.
lecture
n. 강의
Dr. Javis, a famous organizational behaviorist, gave a wonderful lecture at the North Hall at Westwood High School.
issue
n. 쟁점, 문제
I’m afraid there are many issues I need to consider before I make my final decision.
bygone
n. 과거지사
I should let bygones be bygones.
have access to
~에 접속할 수 있다
Since we are social media friends, I have access to information on her website that is useful for my research paper.
value
v. 소중히 여기다
I believe good friends should value one another’s time.
keep in mind
명심하다
It’s important to keep in mind that Americans are used to smiling a lot to show friendliness.
natural
a. 타고난
It looked like you have a lot of natural talent.
peer
n. 또래
I once was under a great deal of peer pressure when I was in high school.
get over
~을 극복하다
I practiced on the school stage by myself every day for a couple of months trying to get over performance anxiety.
intend
v. 의도하다
I’ve always dreamt of being a musical actor and I intend to attend acting school.
see eye to eye
의견을 같이 하다
We had a huge argument a week ago because we don’t see eye to eye on my future career plans.
gardening
n. 원예
I’ll be joining a club about gardening.
adolescence
n. 청소년기
I’m afraid she’s reached adolescence.
trend
n. 경향, 추세
To better understand the trends, I get updates from a social networking site and read them every day.
immigrant
n. 이민자
Immigrants from many different cultural backgrounds came to settle in America.
tip
n. 조언, 정보
We will be talking about tips for building connections with others.
objective
n. 목표, 목적
One of my club objectives is to gather useful information on farming.
decision
n. 결정, 판단
I should be able to make my own decisions.
maintain
v. 유지하다
I think this would be really good because it would help you maintain both physical and mental health.
not much of
대단한 ~이 아닌
I’m not much of an exercise person.
artificial
a. 인공적인
I tried an artificial rock wall for beginners.
composition
n. 작문
You mean the composition assignment about your hobby?
pursue
v. 추구하다
Could you share with us the story of how he pursued his interest in drawing throughout his life, Ms. Ford?
have a tendency to
~하는 경향이 있다
I’m concerned that you have a tendency to see only the dark side.
foundation
n. 기초
I’d like to say that the teenage years are important because you can lay the foundation for healthy habits and lifestyles during this time.
in the middle of
~의 중간에
Teenagers commonly find something interesting in the middle of their education and growth.
ideally
ad. 이상적으로
Ideally, most teens need about eight hours of sleep each night to get recharged and refreshed.
essential
a. 필수적인
It’s essential to open up to someone you trust.
lack
n. 부족
From their perspective, enjoying hobbies could take up too much study time, lead to a lack of sleep, and result in poor preparation for school.
overweight
a. 과체중의
I’m concerned that I’m getting a bit overweight.
enthusiastic
a. 열광적인
Since then, I’ve become an enthusiastic rock climber.
manage
v. 관리하다
It might be a good idea for you to rely less on medicines and to actively manage your stress, instead.
deform
v. 변형시키다
I’m concerned that it might deform your spine.
excel in
~에서 뛰어나다
They excel in terms of academic performance more often than those who don’t.
temporary
a. 일시적인
You should know that medicine offers only temporary relief.
admission
n. 입학
Since entering high school, I’ve become more concerned about college admission.
consideration
n. 사려
Thank you for your consideration.
make it a rule to
~을 원칙으로 하다
I make it a rule to play for just 30 minutes a day.
long face
n. 시무룩한 얼굴
Why the long face, Bora?
immune system
면역 체계
Sunlight stimulates the skin to produce vitamin D and also strengthens your immune system.
motivate
v. 동기부여하다
What motivated you to start doing that?
make up for
보충하다
Many people try to make up for lost sleep by sleeping more on weekends.
skip
v. 거르다
I’m going to skip lunch today.
formation
n. 형성
I’ve climbed artificial rock walls, but I will climb natural rock formations for the first time this weekend.
recruit
v. (회원 등을) 모집하다
I heard that our band will recruit another keyboard player next month.
elevate
v. 높이다
Sunlight influences your brain to increase concentration and elevate mood.
capture
v. 정확히 포착하다
After that, I got excited about capturing people’s facial expressions by taking photos.
addicted
a. 중독된
Teenagers who have become addicted to computer games are more likely to be depressed and have increased nervousness levels.
well-rounded
a. 균형이 잡힌
I think hobbies can be beneficial and should be considered part of a well-rounded education.
doodle
v. 낙서하다
Little Walt Disney loved to doodle everywhere and anywhere.
stage
n. 무대
Performing on stage interests me.
spine
n. 등뼈
I’m anxious that it might deform your spine.
routine
n. 일상
You wouldn’t feel that way once you get into the routine of playing during the weekend.
bother
v. 귀찮게 하다
I’m worried that something is bothering you and it gives you headaches.
ruin
v. 망치다
I’ve ruined my English exam.
passion
n. 열정
Listen to what gets you excited and keep pursuing your passion.
prompt
v. 자극하다, 격려하다
What prompted you to make Toby's house?
rely on
의존하다
People in China rely on ginger root, which has been used for a long time.
facial
a. 얼굴의
I found it interesting that people have various facial expressions.
disturb
v. 방해하다
Am I disturbing you, Mom?
relieve
v. 경감하다, 덜다
Jogging helped me sleep well and relieved my headaches.
attract
v. 주의를 끌다
I went to a rock concert a few years ago and was attracted by the band’s performance.
physical
a. 육체의
She emphasizes the close relationship between physical and mental wellness.
put together
조립하다
Putting together DIY products is fun and saves money, so it’s better than buying complete ones.
climate
n. 기후
It’s important that we all work together to solve the climate crisis.
consumption
n. 소비
As you know, it is required for us to reduce daily energy consumption.
output
n. 산출
One research study predicts that rising sea levels will reduce our world’s economic output by 9 percent by the year 2100.
advocate
v. 옹호하다
That’s why a lot of environmentalists, especially animal rights activists, also advocate upcycling.
benefit
n. 이득
Usually upcycling refers to turning waste material or an unwanted product into new products of better quality mostly for the benefit of the environment.
deplete
v. 고갈시키다
Renewable energy sources are constant and permanently available while fossil fuels will be depleted eventually.
carbon dioxide
n. 이산화탄소
In Bangkok, Thailand, humans created at least 40 tons less carbon dioxide pollution during one Earth Hour.
electricity
n. 전기
Now people across the world participate in the event and turn off their lights or electricity for one hour.
occur
v. (일이) 발생하다
Climate scientists predict that heavy snows and rains will occur more frequently in coming years.
ecosystem
n. 생태계
Some people don’t care about the plants and animals living there and destruction of ecosystem.
abnormally
ad. 비정상적으로
We had abnormally large amounts of snow last winter.
opponent
n. 상대
To be a good debater, you should know your opponent’s weak points.
overall
a. 종합적인
Most renewable energy stations have a low overall cost of operations.
erode
v. 부식하다
The salt water will also erode soil, destroy food crops, and kill useful plants and animals in coastal areas.
oxygen
n. 산소
Trees are very important because they provide us with oxygen so we can breathe.
absorb
v. 흡수하다
Oceans absorb carbon dioxide in the atmosphere and keep the Earth’s carbon cycle in balance.
extreme
a. 극도의
In the movie, a series of extreme weather events cause global cooling and this leads to a new ice age.
reference
n. 참고
I’m going to the library to search for some reference materials for the science class presentation on climate change.
carbon
n. 탄소
The carbon footprint can be expressed as a unit of weight(kg) or the number of trees to be planted.
melt
v. 녹이다
Global warming is melting our planet’s glaciers and causing the sea levels to rise.
habitat
n. 서식지
Many species are becoming endangered due to habitat loss.
at risk
위험에 처한
Not only does climate change put people’s health at risk, it also seriously impacts travel plans.
be responsible for
~에 대한 책임이 있다
Have you heard about meat production being responsible for 18 percent of global greenhouse gas emissions?
range
n. 범위
Mosquitoes can survive longer and expand their range.
thoughtlessly
ad. 생각 없이
I’m very much disturbed by the way people thoughtlessly throw out so much plastic.
add up
더하다
If you commute 30 kilometers by car 5 days a week, the emissions for a year can add up to 1.3 tons of carbon dioxide in the atmosphere.
vulnerable
a. 연약한
I knew Arctic animals were vulnerable but I didn’t know the animals on mountaintops were in danger.
leather
n. 가죽
I can’t stand the thought of killing animals for leather or fur.
destroy
v. 파괴하다
Humans have destroyed about 17 percent of the Amazon Rainforest in the last 50 years.
refugee
n. 난민
The people of the Maldives will become the world’s first climate change refugees, driven to leave their homes and their countries.
contaminate
v. 오염시키다
Dispose of old medicines in the trash, not in toilets because they will contaminate the water supply.
extinct
a. 멸종 위기의
More than one-third of all species are expected to be extinct in about 40 years.
biodiversity
n. 생물의 다양성
I learned that losing even one species can change the ecosystem and reduce biodiversity because every animal plays a role in the ecosystem.
promote
v. 진전시키다
Earth Hour is a yearly event, which started with people turning off the lights to promote an awareness of climate change and the impact of humans on the environment.
obligation
n. 책임, 의무
We have an obligation to end unnecessary wastefulness.
protect
v. 보호하다
We really need to protect farm animals from unhealthy conditions.
renewable
a. 재생 가능한
The debate is going to be about whether we are for or against the development of renewable energy sources.
occurrence
n. 사건
Renewable energy sources are also very vulnerable to weather and other climate occurrences.
conservation
n. 보존
I’m doing a survey on consumer conservation ethics for my research paper.
disposable
a. 일회용의
You can also buy rechargeable batteries instead of disposable batteries.
insulation
n. 절연
The insulation offered by green roofs helps avoid heat loss in the winter and lower the temperatures in the summer.
unplug
v. 플러그를 뽑다
You can conserve energy by unplugging your cell phones right after they are charged.
acidic
a. 산성의
I’ll talk about the oceans becoming more acidic.
deforestation
n. 삼림벌채
Have you heard about the deforestation in the Amazon Rainforest?
glacier
n. 빙하
Are you aware of the fact that Arctic glaciers disappear so fast that more and more animals depending on them can’t find a place to stay?
emit
v. 방출하다
Cars emit lots of greenhouse gases.
submerge
v. 물 속에 잠기다
Mumbai will be submerged and the global economy will be significantly weakened.
abundant
a. 충분한
I can point out that renewable energy sources are unable to produce an abundant supply of power in a short time.
as a whole
전체적으로
There is significant evidence that multiculturalism improves the intellectual level of the society as a whole.
admire
v. 찬양하다
I’ve always admired French food culture.
impractical
a. 비실용적인
It is the belief that utilitarian results should be our focus, and not impractical ideas.
ethnic
a. 민족의
I wonder how people from different ethnic backgrounds end up living in Korea.
direct
a. 직접적인
Since Americans value privacy, you shouldn’t ask direct questions about their age, religion, income, or political beliefs.
diversity
n. 다양성
It is also said that a large amount of ethnic diversity can negatively affect social trust.
folklore
n. 민속, 전통 문화
Peking opera and changgeuk are based on traditional music, history, and folklore.
involve
v. 포함하다
What does the ceremony involve?
colonialism
n. 식민주의
However, works of art stolen during war and periods of colonialism are rarely returned.
elaborate
a. 정교한
Chinese Peking opera is famous for the performers’ elaborate costumes and makeup.
ideal
a. 이상적인
Yunnori is ideal for groups of people as well.
multicultural
a. 다문화적인
There are several advantages to a multicultural society.
former
a. 이전의
A lot of people from former British colonies came and settled in the UK.
notice
v. 알아차리다
Have you noticed that our town has become more multicultural recently?
interrupt
v. 방해하다
May I interrupt you for a second?
acknowledge
v. 인정하다
Their contribution to the nation’s development should be acknowledged and respected.
assimilate
v. 받아들이다
It is our responsibility to assimilate foreigners into our society.
briefly
ad. 간단히
Is it all right if I tell you briefly about the wedding culture of Vietnam?
comparable
a. 비교되는
Yunnori is comparable to chess in some ways, but it is much simpler than chess.
bride
n. 신부
Traditionally the groom will make a trip to the bride’s house with a gift of betel nuts the day before the wedding and ask for the bride’s hand in marriage.
diplomat
n. 외교관
But also, there are people staying in Korea as foreign diplomats.
limited
a. 제한된
The way I see it, foreign workers and their families have limited opportunities to learn Korean.
export
v. 수출하다
Since these works of art were exported illegally, they can be seen as stolen property.
considerable
a. 상당한
The very idea of the United Kingdom involves a considerable degree of multiculturalism.
crunchy
a. 아삭아삭한
Yugwa is very tasty and crunchy on the outside.
emphasize
v. 강조하다
From what I remember, most palaces are designed to emphasize reputation and greatness.
avoid
v. 피하다
Whenever I ask him about his personal life, he avoids giving me straight answers.
broaden
v. 넓히다
Exchanging experiences with people from different cultures can broaden the minds of the citizens of multicultural societies.
exceptional
a. 예외적인
The guides at the palace give you a tour of the whole place and the traditional music performance is exceptional.
favor
v. 편애하다
Changdeokgung Palace was highly favored by many Joseon kings.
evidence
n. 증거
There is significant evidence that multiculturalism improves the intellectual level of the society as a whole.
colonial
a. 식민지의
Multiculturalism in the UK today also has a lot to do with the colonial history of the British Empire.
odd number
홀수
There are usually 5, 7, or 9 of these boxes because odd numbers are thought to bring good luck.
adjust to
~에 적응하다
It must have been difficult for early immigrants to have adjusted to the new culture.
advantage
n. 이점
What kinds of advantages does multiculturalism bring to a workplace?
be exposed to
~에 노출되다
Simply being exposed to people from different cultures can broaden the minds of the citizens of multicultural societies.
exhibit
v. 전시하다
Some think that it’s better for cultural treasures to be exhibited in countries like the United States or France instead of their countries of origin.
memorable
a. 기억에 남는
What was the most memorable thing you saw in Beijing during your last trip?
overhear
v. 엿듣다
I couldn’t help overhearing your conversation and it seems to be on a topic that interests me very much.
coexist
v. 공존하다
They insist that different cultures cannot coexist.
immigrate
v. 이주하다
Some people immigrate for family reasons, such as getting married.
appreciation
n. 감사
The groom prepares a box full of goods called ham and visits the bride’s house to show his appreciation before the wedding day.
democracy
n. 민주주의
Their beliefs laid the foundation for democracy and our appreciation for individual freedoms.
groom
n. 신랑
The groom prepares a box full of goods called ham.
invaluable
a. 귀중한
This ring from my grandmother is invaluable to me.
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) 〉
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