YBM 고등 심화 영어 독해 I 신정현 UNIT 4
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세트공유
grant
v. 허락하다, 허가하다
A large amount of memory is granted to the drowning man.
courtship
n. 교제 (기간)
It is not surprising that one may look back upon an entire courtship while removing one’s gloves.
earthen
a. 흙으로 된, 토기의
On the table stood an unusual-looking green plant in a red earthen jar.
beckon
v. (오라고) 손짓하다
The plant had long leaves that swayed with a peculiar beckoning motion in even the slightest breeze.
favor
n. 호의를 나타내는 선물, 배지
White favors like stars upon their coats shone through the gloom of the apartment.
odorous
a. 냄새가 강한
It seemed that in his nose was still the scent of the flowers that had been contained in odorous masses about the church.
hum
n. 웅성거리는 소리
He could hear the low-pitched hum of a thousand voices.
confront
v. (힘든 상황에) 직면하다
He had suddenly found himself confronted by a thing he had never before faced.
pretense
n. 가식, 겉치레
He saw all the garments of pretense and egoism that he had worn turn to rags of foolishness.
threadbare
a. 다 떨어진, 낡은
The garments of his soul must have appeared pitiful and threadbare.
conceit
n. 자만심
Vanity and conceit—these were what kept up his false appearance.
disintegrate
v. 해체되다
He had felt an unworthy, strange sensation that had kept him from disintegrating.
place someone upon a pedestal
(맹목적일 정도로) ~을 받들어 모시다
She had always insisted on placing him upon a pedestal.
incense
n. 향(료); 존경, 경의
It had been a very sweet incense that she had burned before him.
attribute
v. (성질 등이) ~에게 있다고 생각하다
She had attributed to him an almost supernatural number of high qualities and talents.
grimly
ad. 우울하게
Trysdale grimly pulled apart the edge of his last glove.
mourn
v. 애도하다; 슬퍼하다
The crowning instance of his silly and slowly mourned egoism came vividly back to him.
dwell upon
~을 곱씹다
He could not allow his mind to dwell upon the memory of her great beauty that night.
show off
과시하다
Trysdale had been guilty of showing off at the club some old Castilian proverb dug from the list at the back of dictionaries.
magnify
v. 과장하다
Carruthers was the very man to have magnified this exhibition of doubtful learning.
thorn
n. 가시
He did not feel the sharp thorn that would pierce him later.
quiver
v. 가볍게 떨다
How glad, how shy, how quivering she was!
flutter
v. (빠르고 가볍게) 흔들다
How she fluttered like a caught bird when he laid his greatness at her feet!
consent
n. 동의, 허락
He could have sworn that unmistakable consent was in her eyes.
ease
v. 편하게 하다, 덜어주다
Have a drink to ease your mind.
illegally
ad. 불법적으로
Try some of our stuff that old Garcia ships in illegally.
acquaintance
n. 아는 사람〔것〕
Here’s an old acquaintance.
reach out to
(도움의) 손길을 뻗다
The natives imagine the leaves are reaching out to you.
utterly
ad. 완전히
They will tell you that academic essay writing and creative writing are two utterly distinct crafts.
factual
a. 사실에 기반을 둔
Academic essays are about being factual and objective in order to enhance the reader’s knowledge.
similarity
n. 유사성
These two very different kinds of writing actually have a few similarities.
intriguing
a. 흥미를 돋우는
They are some techniques that you can apply to your essays in order to make them more intriguing for the reader.
consideration
n. 고려사항
With creative writing, your reader is your most important consideration.
rush
v. 서두르다
They are probably going to be rushing in order to get through all those essays.
succinct
a. 간결한
You need to make your writing succinct, interesting, and easy to read.
extensively
ad. 널리, 광범위하게
The three-act structure is used extensively in modern writing.
confrontation
n. 대치, 대립
They can be thought of as dividing the plot into three parts: a setup, a confrontation, and a resolution.
establish
v. 설립하다, 설정하다
A setup establishes the characters.
incite
v. 자극하다; 격려하다
A dramatic occurrence involving the main character called an “inciting incident” takes place.
attempt
v. 시도하다
It becomes the major problem, or “confrontation,” that the main character attempts to solve in the second “act.”
undergo
v. 겪다
The main character undergoes a journey during this second act and develops his or her knowledge.
contradict
v. 반박하다
The “inciting incident” could be the introduction of evidence that contradicts a common theory.
interpret
v. 이해하다, 해석하다
It could be the highlighting of a primary disagreement in how something is interpreted.
weigh
v. 따져보다
You give your own opinion, having weighed the evidence you have discussed.
perpetrator
n. 가해자, 범인
The writer might use the murder itself to form the opening, with the rest of the story charting the efforts of the detective to uncover the perpetrator.
statistics
n. 통계 자료
An attention-grabbing opening might cite some statistics about the number of men involved and killed.
metaphor
n. 은유, 비유
Creative writing often makes use of extended metaphors.
coarse
a. 거친; 하등의
Suetonius, a historian of Rome, mentions his low bed and the coarse food he ate.
meager
a. 불충분한
Suetonius mentions the relatively small and meager remains of his house on the Palatine Hill in Rome.
optimal
a. 최적의
Read through it and think about whether the order of your points is optimal.
impeccable
a. 흠잡을 데 없는
Do not forget to proofread to ensure that your spelling and grammar are impeccable.
apparently
ad. 겉보기에
There are more similarities between these two apparently unrelated kinds of writing than you might have thought.
go too far
지나치다, 도를 넘다
It is possible to go too far with the creative writing idea while writing academic essays.
retain
v. 유지하다
Your essays still need to retain objectivity.
conform
v. 따르다, 순응하다
Your essays must conform to the more formal conventions of academic writing.
monotony
n. 단조로움
The techniques will give your teacher or lecturer a welcome break from the monotony of marking numerous essays.
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