YBM 고등 기본 영어 김수연 Lesson 4
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pros and cons
찬반양론
She began reading about the pros and cons of the system on her social media.
support
v. 옹호하다, 지지하다
Jina found the pros more interesting and responded only to the posts which supported the system.
feed
n. 피드
Information about the cons of the system stopped appearing on her feed.
deprive
v. ~을 빼앗다, 박탈하다
Deprived of the chance to learn about the opposite view, Jina has come to mistakenly believe that most people root for the system as she does.
opposite
a. 반대의
Deprived of the chance to learn about the opposite view, Jina has come to mistakenly believe that most people root for the system as she does.
root for
응원하다
Deprived of the chance to learn about the opposite view, Jina has come to mistakenly believe that most people root for the system as she does.
end up
결국 ~하게 되다
The way that Jina ended up with such a one-sided belief is called the “filter bubble.”
belief
n. 믿음, 생각
The way that Jina ended up with such a one-sided belief is called the “filter bubble.”
intellectual
a. 지성의, 지력의
A filter bubble is intellectual isolation which can capture you in a “bubble.”
isolation
n. 고립
A filter bubble is intellectual isolation which can capture you in a “bubble.”
capture
v. ~을 붙잡다, 포로로 하다
A filter bubble is intellectual isolation which can capture you in a “bubble.”
assume
v. 가정하다, 추정하다
Websites use algorithms to assume the information a user would want to see.
browse
v. (인터넷에서 정보를) 검색하다
Websites make these assumptions based on the user’s browsing and search history.
be likely to
~할 것 같다
Websites are more likely to provide only information that agrees with the user’s past activities.
expose
v. ~을 드러내다, ~을 노출시키다
Users are less exposed to diverse and opposing views and become isolated in a filter bubble.
diverse
a. 가지가지의, 다양한
Users are less exposed to diverse and opposing views and become isolated in a filter bubble.
pull up
끄집어내다
They searched for “Korea” on each of their home computers, and pulled up very different kinds of information.
aid
v. ~을 돕다, 거들다
Aided by the search engine’s recommendations, Marie visited websites showing the emerald ocean of Jeju Island.
fascinate
v. 매혹하다, 마음을 사로잡다
She was fascinated by the beauty of Korean landscapes.
landscape
n. 풍경, 경치
She was fascinated by the beauty of Korean landscapes.
no wonder
그도 그럴 것이, 당연히
When Jean, a big fan of K-pop, searched for “Korea” online, it was no wonder he was led to a number of K-pop-related websites.
represent
v. ~을 대표하다
In Jean’s opinion, it is the global popularity of K-pop that represents the whole country.
make use of
~을 이용하다
There are positive aspects of a personalized search that makes use of algorithms.
scan
v. ~을 자세히 조사하다
You don’t have to scan all the new movies on a movie streaming site.
single out
선발하다, 선정하다
It will single out a perfect one for you that matches your favorite genres or celebrities.
genre
n. (문학ㆍ예술 따위의) 장르
It will single out a perfect one for you that matches your favorite genres or celebrities.
celebrity
n.유명 인사
It will single out a perfect one for you that matches your favorite genres or celebrities.
convenience
n. 편리함
Because of the speed and convenience, you shouldn’t stop being curious about other things.
explore
v. ~을 탐험하다
There are times when you need to get out of your comfort zone and explore new ideas.
encounter
v. ~을 접하다
Once a filter bubble is created, it becomes very difficult for users to encounter information that is inconsistent with their thoughts or tastes.
inconsistent
a. 일치되지 않는, 상반되는
Once a filter bubble is created, it becomes very difficult for users to encounter information that is inconsistent with their thoughts or tastes.
be accustomed to
~에 익숙하다
In short, users always get to see what they are accustomed to seeing.
biased
a. 한쪽으로 기운, 편견을 가진
When you stop being challenged by new things and ideas, it is only a matter of time before you become biased and uncreative.
break free
~을 떨치다
To break free from filter bubbles, we need to remain critical of the given information rather than accepting it as it is.
remain
v. 변함없이 ~이다
To break free from filter bubbles, we need to remain critical of the given information rather than accepting it as it is.
a range of
다양한
We are taking in a huge amount of information from a wide range of sources such as social media and advertising.
flood
n. 쇄도, 다량
In this flood of information, it is important to remember that all websites are created for a reason.
attract
v. 흥미를 끌다
Advertisements on social media, for example, are designed to sell products by attracting customers.
present
v. 제시하다
With the purpose of each site in mind, we should consider the information presented to us critically.
credible
a. 믿을 만한, 신뢰할 수 있는
It is we who should decide whether information is credible or unbiased on our own.
objective
a. 객관적인
This way, we can stay out of the filter bubble and be objective.
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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