YBM 고등 진로 영어 박준언 Lesson 6
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세트공유
institution
n. 기관
An SOP is a written statement in which you explain your motivation to apply to a program, a college, or a position in an institution.
admission
n. 입학
A well-written SOP is an opportunity to impress a college admissions committee.
committee
n. 위원회
Members of the neighborhood formed a committee to raise funds for a basketball court.
convince
v. 설득하다
A well-written SOP is an opportunity to convince a college admissions committee to accept your application.
process
n. 과정
Creating your SOP can be a daunting process, but here are some tips for writing a good one.
brainstorm
v. (아이디어를 얻기 위해) 자유 토론을 하다
You need to brainstorm first to collect ideas.
apply to
~에 지원하다
SOP is a written statement in which you explain your motivation to apply to a program, a college, or a position in an institution.
sibling
n. 형제자매
Think about yourself as a person, as a family member or friend—for example, a good listener, the youngest sibling, a math peer tutor, etc.
tutor
n. 개인 교사; v. 개인 교수하다, 개별 지도하다
The tutor comes twice per week to help my son with math.
competition
n. 대회
The diving competition will be held tomorrow.
volunteer
n. 자원봉사자
She works as a volunteer for the Red Cross.
tournament
n. 토너먼트
Tommy won the tennis tournament after winning five matches.
marinate
v. 곰곰이 생각하다
Set your list aside for a day or two and allow your thoughts to marinate.
brilliant
a. 멋진
If you think of something brilliant to add, pull out your list and add the new idea.
group
v. 분류하다
As you go through this process, try to group your achievements into two to four categories or topics.
outline
n. 개요
She wrote an outline of the report before she wrote the first draft.
pull out
꺼내다
I like to pull out some money from my savings account.
semifinal
n. 준결승
Our soccer team made it to the semifinals.
communicative
a. 의사소통의
These achievements show my communicative skills, which are required in the field of sports marketing.
material
n. 자료
I can write about the pleasure of organizing materials and making presentations.
statistical
a. 통계의
Marketers need to be good at numbers to analyze statistical materials.
hook
n. 관심을 끄는 것
The opening paragraph should have a hook that grabs the admissions committee’s attention.
memorable
a. 기억할 만한
It is important that you explain your motivations and goals in a memorable way.
applicant
n. 지원자
It is important that you explain your motivations and goals in a way that will distinguish you from other applicants.
paragraph
n. 단락
Our teacher told us to write three paragraphs about an interesting experience.
grab
v. (관심을) 끌다
Korean TV dramas grab the attention of people all over the world.
love affair
n. 열광, 애정
He has a love affair with fast sports cars.
librarian
n. 사서
The librarian helped us find good books about Abraham Lincoln.
arrange
v. 정리하다
She arranged the bottles according to size.
pass away
사망하다
When I was eleven, my grandmother passed away and left me something that changed my life.
convey
v. 전달하다
This opening conveys Eunji’s motivation for studying library science in a way that is both clear and interesting.
lifelong
a. 일생의
This opening shows her lifelong passion, not just for books but for taking care of books.
reveal
v. 드러내다, 보이다
If you had a meaningful experience that reveals your enthusiasm for your chosen field, briefly explain what you learned from it.
genuine
a. 진실한
It was clear that her love for him was genuine.
enthusiasm
n. 열정
She showed so much enthusiasm about the job.
demonstrate
v. 보여 주다
Describe any experience or achievement that demonstrates your creativity.
reliability
n. 신뢰도
His reliability makes him a good employee.
faculty
n. 교수진
A new teacher is joining the faculty.
notice
v. 알아채다
I noticed how this simple habit kept me more attentive to everyday life.
attentive
a. 주의를 기울이는
The children were attentive while the story was read to them.
refer to
~을 참조하다
Please refer to the attached file for details.
pile up
쌓이다, 많아지다
As more and more drawing notebooks piled up in my room, I noticed how this simple habit kept me more attentive to everyday life.
target
v. 겨냥하다
That is why I created the Drawing Book Club in my second year of high school, targeting students who were keen on creating art like me.
bi-monthly
a. 격월의; 월 2회의
Our bi-monthly gatherings to discuss each member’s daily artwork brought great excitement.
exhibition
n. 전시회
The museum has put the masterpiece on exhibition.
cooperate
v. 협동하다
My club activities allowed me to achieve something wonderful through sharing and cooperating.
overcome
v. 극복하다
An SOP can be an opportunity to show your ability to overcome problems.
objective
a. 객관적인
When you talk about your problems, be as honest and objective as possible.
defend
v. 방어하다
Instead of trying to defend yourself, describe the circumstances that led to the problems.
circumstance
n. 상황, 환경
We shouldn't judge her, because her circumstances are so different from ours.
highlight
v. 강조하다
You should highlight how you dealt with the situation and what you have learned from the experience.
keen on
~을 좋아하는
She's quite keen on learning how to play the electric guitar.
instead of
~ 대신에
We have to face reality instead of avoiding it.
spin
v. 제시하다
If you can spin this story well enough for the committee, they will see you as a mature person with the ability to overcome hardship.
empathize
v. 공감하다
If you empathize with someone, you understand his or her situation.
mature
a. 성숙한, 어른스러운
She's only fourteen, but she has a mature appearance.
substantial
a. 상당한
Once you have a substantial draft, get feedback from whoever can make useful suggestions,
draft
n. (아직 완성본이 아닌) 원고, 초안
Put your draft away for a while, and come back to it.
perspective
n. 관점
They can give you additional points and new perspectives to include.
proofread
v. 교정을 보다
You need to proofread your SOP time and again.
edit
v. 수정하다
You need to edit your SOP until you and your reviewers think you have done your best.
content
n. 내용
The contents of this letter are secret.
polish
v. 다듬다
You will have some emotional distance from your writing, and it will be easier to see if it is polished enough.
verbal
a. 구두의
Remember your SOP is a verbal picture of you as a person.
represent
v. 보여 주다
He asked me to represent our class at the meeting.
학생
가장 빠르게 암기하도록 도와주는 암기학습 〉
제대로 외웠나 바로 확인하는 리콜학습 〉
철자까지 외우려면 스펠학습 〉
재미있게 복습하려면 매칭 게임 〉
주관식으로도 재미있는 복습, 크래시 게임 〉
선생님
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