YBM 고등 진로 영어 박준언 Lesson 4
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세트공유
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.
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 〉
고객
센터
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