YBM 고등 진로 영어 박준언 Lesson 5
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세트공유
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.
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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