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Understand the World (중2 능률 김성곤)

a world ➡️ the world, the Sun, the sun, the Earth, the earth, the Moon, the moon, the Han River, the 태백산맥, ...

understand < comprehend (포괄적으로) 이해하다 

understanding (n.) < comprehension (포괄적인) 이해

understand + able= understandable (adj) < comprehendible (포괄적으로) 이해할 수 있는, comprehensive 포괄적인

able - ability 


multi-culture education (X) ➡️ multicultural education (O)

  • N >N N
  • The door behind you is open. (O)    형
  • The door behind you is opened. (X) 
  • 뜻 + 모양

multiple - multiply (v.) 

prefix, suffix 


Peter is visiting Korea to meet a friend, Mina, from a sister school.

  • I'm from Korea.
  • He's from Italy.
  • He is in Italy. He lives in Italy.
  • sister school >>>>>> brother school
  • visit to N (X) ➡️ visit N, approach N, enter N, ...
  • go to N (O)
  • to 부정의 용법: 부사적 용법, 형용사적 용법,  명사적 용법, 관용적 용법
    • To love is to live.
    • To forgive is divine.
    • To dance is my passion.
    • To succeed takes hard work.
    • To learn is to grow.
    • To teach is to inspire.
    • To dream is to imagine.
    • To travel is to explore.
    • To sing is to express.
    • To write is to communicate.
    • I have something to eat.
    • To see her is to love her. (X) ➡️ poem+ poem + ... = poetry (O), poet 시인
    • To solve this problem is hard. (X) ➡️It is hard to solve this problem. 가주어/진주어
    • how to solve, what to do, when to go, to be frank with you, ...

Peter is going to stay at her grandfather’s house for a week.

  • grandpa, pa, ma, ...
  • family tree, extended family, nuclear family
    • grandparents, great-grandparents, great-great-great- grand-grandparents, uncle, aunt, niece, nephew, relative, cousin, granddaughter, grandson, grandchildren, ...
  • 장소를 가리킬 때는 일반적으로 at: at your place, at school, at the hospital, at 현대백화점, ...
    • in your place
    • in 범어동, in Daegu, in Korea, in the world, ...
  • home: house, apartment (apartment complex), cave, bus, ...
  • will [] (1) 미래 (2) I will [] ~하겠다
    • I will help you tomorrow.
  • is going to [] (모양: 현재, 뜻: 미래) ~할 예정이다, ~할 계획이다
    • is gonna []
      • I am gonna help you tomorrow.
    • I am planning to [] ~할 계획이다
    • I am scheduled to [] ~
  • is going to [] 가고 있다 ~하기 위해서
  • want to [] = wanna []
    • I wanna help you, but I can't.


When he arrives, Mina shows him the guest room. (O) - 영화 대본 같은 말

When he arrives, Mina will show him the guest room. (O) (tense)

  • when he arrives = 미래
  • 시간부사절에서는 현재가 미래 뜻이다.
    • 부사절 = 빼도 되는 문장
      • SV when/as soon as/... SV. (1% = 빼도 되는 문장 = when 부사절 = 시간부사절)
      • When SV, SV. (2%)
    • 부사 = 빼도 된다
    • 절 = 문장


  • Mina: Peter, you will stay here. This guest room is full of traditional Korean things. Look at this pillow.
    • pillowcase
    • The bed consists of a mattress, a spring box, and a frame.
      • consist of N ~로 구성되다
        • dialect
    • ~ is full of N
      • The forest is full of life.
      • The sky is full of stars.
      • The ocean is full of fish.
        • the Pacific Ocean
        • 동해: East Sea
      • The world is full of beauty.
      • My heart is full of love.
        • poop < sh** = swear word
        • swear (v.) _________
    • laugh (n., v.) - laughter 웃음소
    • Cheese is made from milk.
      • This car is made of paper.
    • circumlocution 돌려말하기
    • Stay here. 명령 < You will stay here.
    • 화장실이 어디 있어요?
      • Where is the bathroom/toilet? < Where can I wash my hands?
    • manners
      • manner
  • Peter: What are these things?
    • What VS?
      • What made this phenomenon? what(=s) V O?
    • 것 SV~ = 관계대명사
      • what I want, what I want is what you want.
  • Mina: They’re bats.
  • Peter: Bats on my pillow? That’s scary!
  • Mina: Not really. In Korea, bats are symbols of luck and a long life.
    • luck < fortune
      • lucky < fortunate - fortunately 운좋게도
        • Unfortunately, SV~.
      • 난 부자야.
        • I am rich. < I am wealthy.
        • I am a man/woman of fortune.
        • I am a man/woman of wealth.
    • bat (n. 2), bat (v.) ___
    • 평균수명 = 기대수명 = life expectancy 
    • expect (v.) _________ - (n.)
    • 난 할 일이 있다. (2)
      • I have a job to do.
      • I have work to do.
  • Peter: That’s surprising. In many Western countries, bats remind people of darkness and scary things.
    • east, eastern, west, western, south, southern, north, northern의 차이점은?
    • directions - direct (v.), (adj.)

Mina shows Peter her grandfather’s room. Peter and Mina’s grandfather meet and () greet each other.

  • give, is giving, is given, is being given
    • 위 문장은 늘 보여준다, 늘 만난다, 늘 인사한다 = 이상! ==> 영화 대본 (어떤 장면을 설명하다)
  • meet - met - met
  •  idiom
    • each other 
    • one another
  • greet (v.) ______- greeting ______________
    • bow (down), kiss, shaking hands, ...
  • '주다' 뜻의 단어를 무엇이라고 부르나요? ___________
    • 수여동사는 give, show의 사용법과 기본적으로 같다.
    • 수여동사의 종류: give, show, name, send, offer, elect, ...
    • I named my dog Happy.
    • I sent 민주 100 roses ~.
      • elect - I elected 민주 President of Korea - election
  • show의 사용법
    • show 무엇
    • show 누구 무엇
      • Mina shows Peter her grandfather’s room. 
      • Mina shows her grandfather's room to Peter.
      • Peter is shown her grandfather's room by Mina. 능동 > 수동
      • Her grandfather's room is shown to Peter by Mina.
      • show - showed - *shown/showed
  • give의 사용법
    • I gave 민주 5천원.
    • = I gave 5천원 to 민주.
    • = 민주 was given 5천원 by me.
    • = 5천원 was given to 민주 by me.
  • Grandfather: Hi, Peter! Have you ever seen this kind of lock before?
    • 명사 규칙: kind of lock =  sort of lock
      • 민주 has some kind of problem. 
      • kind 친절한, 종류
      • determiner: 관형사(X)
        • kinda, sorta = 글 쓸 때는 사용하면 틀린다
    • kind of = sort of = 민주 is kind of a genius.
    • have pp (과거~현재)
      • 시간 연결 강조: 쭉 ~한다
      • 과거 강조: ever ~한 이 있다, before
        • Have you ever read my book, 영문법개론(, before)?
        • _________________________________________________________
      • 현재 강조: now
    • I - father - grandfather - great-grandfather - great-great-grandfather - ...
      • family tree 족보
        • extended family, nuclear family
        • uncle, aunt, nephew, 질녀 = 여자조카 = niece, grandchildren, ...
  • Peter: No, I haven’t. It’s so old that I can’t really tell, but is it a fish?
    • so ~ that ~ (can)
      • enough ~ to [] 말이 되는 경우가 많다
      • 민주 has enough money to buy a car.
      • 민주 has so much money that she can buy a car.
    • so ~ that ~ (cannot)
      • too ~ to [] 말이 되는 경우가 많다
      • This plate is too hot to touch.
      • This plate is so hot that we cannot touch.
    • a fish, two fish, three fish, ...
    • a fish, two fishes, three fishes, ...
    • too 역시/또한, 너무
    • so 그래서, 매우, 그렇게
      • It's not that important.
      • It's not so important.
  • Grandfather: Yes. For a long time, Koreans have thought that fish are good guards. Fish don’t close their eyes, even when they sleep.
    • a fish is
    • two fish are
    • two fishes are
    • fish are 
    •  even 심지어, 평평한, 짝수
    • Peter: That’s interesting.
    • The sheep were happily bleating in the pasture. (deer)
  • Grandfather: We think (that) fish can watch over valuable things. That’s why this lock looks like a fish.
    • Why 
      • 질문: 의문사: 왜~?
      • 질문 X
        • 이유 SV~: I know why you love 민주. (대화)
        • 그 이유 때문에 SV~: I know the reason why you love 민주. (고급)
    • look like = resemble 닮다 = That's why this lock resembles a fish.
    • value 가치 - valuable 가치있는, 소중한 - invaluable 매우 가치가 있는 - valueless 가치없는
      • price 가격 - priceless 값진, 소중한
      • timeless
    • see (3), look (쳐다보다) at N, watch (감시하듯이) 본다 - watchman = guard 
    • I will be seeing you tomorrow.  I'll see you again. 
    • I see.
  • Peter: Now I understand.

They go outside and walk around the garden.

  • Peter: What is on that piece of paper? It looks scary.
    • a piece of paper, two pieces of paper
    • a sheet of paper, ...
    • look 형
  • Grandfather: Do you mean this painting of a rooster?
    • mean (v.)
    • he's mean (adj.)
    • rooster, hen
  • Peter: Oh, is it a rooster?
  • Grandfather: Yes, it is. Roosters crow every morning. Their crowing means that a new day is beginning. For many years, Koreans have believed evil spirits go away when a rooster crows.
    • crow (n.)
    • scarecrow (n.)  허수아비
  • Mina: Really? I’ve never heard that before.
  • Peter: Actually, I’m afraid of darkness and evil spirits. Could you draw a rooster for me, Mina?
    • draw - drew - drawn 
  • Mina: Sure. I’ll draw a big rooster for you!
  • Grandfather: Put the drawing above your door. Then it will protect you.
    • protect - protection
  • Peter: Yes, I will.


Peter’s Diary

  • diary
  • dairy

May 28

  • May 28th
  • the 28th day of May

I’m enjoying this trip so much that I want to stay longer.

  • stay longer

I love all the traditional Korean symbols in this house. Now I understand a lot of them. I want to visit Korea again with my family.

  • visit, enter, approach, attend N
  • attendance check