YBM 고등 영어 회화 - 2학기
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세트공유
pollution
n. 오염, 공해
Scientists have found 1.6 million people in China die every year because of air pollution.
government
n. 정부
The government is trying to reduce air pollution by adopting green policies.
policy
n. 정책
Many cities of the world are introducing policies to be environmentally friendly.
consumption
n. 소비[량]
Each individual needs to make sure to cut down their electricity consumption.
disappear
v. (눈앞에서) 사라지다
Tuvalu is also in danger of disappearing.
particle
n. (아주 작은) 입자
Particulate matter is extremely small particles floating in the air.
blood stream
n. 혈류
They easily go deep into the body and enter the blood stream.
stroke
n. 뇌졸증
They can lead to heart attacks, strokes, cancers, and even death.
vehicle
n. 차량, 탈것
The major cause is the burning of fossil fuels by power plants, factories, and vehicles.
chemical
a. 화학의
It’s easy to forget about the energy, water, chemicals, and effort used to produce everyday food items.
processed food
n. 가공 식품
My family didn’t eat any processed foods for one week.
electricity
n. 전기, 전력
For me, it’s how I have started to save electricity.
remind
v. 다시 한번 알려주다
Let’s go pick up our “Go Green” stickers to remind us to use less and save more.
reduce
v. 줄이다, 축소하다
We should eat less processed food to reduce our water footprint.
appealing
adj. 흥미로운, 매력적인
Make a “Go Green” sticker with an appealing title.
generous
adj. 후한, 너그러운
I try to be polite to people and be generous to those less fortunate.
admire
v. 존경하다, 칭찬하다
I’d like to tell you about Mother Teresa who was admired and respected by so many people.
devote
v. ~에 바치다, 쏟다
She devoted her whole life to caring for the sick, poor, and those dying.
sympathy
n. 동정, 연민
Many of her former students and teachers saw that she had great sympathy for those suffering from Hansen’s disease.
honor
v. 영예를 주다
In 1979, she was honored with the Nobel Peace Prize.
election
n. 선거
Did you think Thomas would win the student body president election?
thoughtful
adj. 사려 깊은, 신중한
I think it’s because he’s kind and thoughtful.
humanity
n. 인간성, 인류애
I like what he said in his speech about volunteering for Habitat for Humanity.
beneficial
adj. 유익한, 도움이 되는
He said the working conditions and building the houses were very difficult, but the experience was beneficial.
attitude
n. 태도
That shows he has a positive attitude.
honesty
n. 정직(성), 솔직함
I’m certain that we can develop honesty by trying hard not to tell lies.
figure
v. 생각하다
I figured you had some problem.
sit in traffic
교통 체증에 발이 묶이다
Actually, there was an accident, and I had to sit in traffic, going nowhere.
manner
n. 예의범절, 태도
Politeness or having good manners is all about showing respect for others.
apologize
v. 사과하다
Explain that it’s an important call and apologize.
bump into
~와 우연히 마주치다
You’re supposed to say “excuse me” when you accidentally bump into someone.
impolite
adj. 무례한, 버릇없는
It was great, but there were some impolite people.
disturb
v. 방해하다, 혼란시키다
It really disturbed me.
pity
n. 유감, 애석한 일
It’s a pity that they were allowed to come in late.
ignore
v. 무시하다
I tried to ignore them, but it wasn’t easy.
ruin
v. 망치다
If that had happened to me, it would've ruined my night completely.
trash
n. 쓰레기
We should not throw trash on the ground.
considerate
adj. 사려 깊은, 배려하는
Be considerate of others.
fit
adj. (몸이) 건강한
Your dad looks really fit.
benefit
n. 이점, 이익
What are the benefits of eating healthy food?
maintain
v. 유지하다, 지키다
The benefits are you feel better, don’t get sick easily, and maintain your weight.
ingredient
n. 재료. 성분
Its three main ingredients are sugar, fat, and salt.
nutrition
n. 영양
It’s important to know that junk food is high in calories and low in nutrition.
stomach
n. 위, 복부
Your stomach says you’re hungry.
survival
n. 생존
If you don’t eat enough food, your body will keep your fat for survival.
weight
n. 무게, 체중
You should exercise to burn fat when you want to lose weight.
geography
n. 지리, 지리학
It’ll help me learn geography in a fun and interesting way.
bend
v. 구부리다
When you bend forward and down to use your smartphone, you can put a lot of stress on your neck.
gradual
adj. 점진적인
The symptoms are cloudy vision and sleep trouble, and they could lead to a gradual loss of vision.
delete
v. 삭제하다
So I deleted most of the apps.
boredom
n. 지루함, 따분함
Is it boredom, loneliness, or anxiety?
reluctant
adj. 꺼리는, 마지못한
Are you reluctant to be without your smartphone even for a short time?
artificial
adj. 인공의, 인조의
Why don’t you watch some movies that are concerned with artificial intelligence?
logical
adj. 타당한
They might be faster at doing logical things and working with numbers.
eliminate
v. ~을 제거하다
Self driving cars will eliminate drunk driving, aggresive driving, slow reactions, and various other human errors.
alert
v. 알리다, 경보를 발하다
An AI doctor could tell you your symptoms and alert you to get to an emergency room when you’re very sick.
replace
v. 대신하다, 대체하다
Athletes, teachers, and counselors are some areas in which humans will never be replaced by robots or machines.
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