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중2능김 8-1::Who Is Happy? Once upon a time, there was a crow who lived in a forest. The crow was very happy with his life. He always looked at himself in the water. He thought no one was more beautiful than he was.::누가 행복한가? 옛날 옛적에 숲에 사는 까마귀 한 마리가 있었다. 그 까마귀는 그의 삶에 매우 행복했다. 그는 항상 자신의 모습을 물에 비춰보았다. 그는 자신보다 더 아름다운 새는 없다고 생각했다. 
중2능김 8-2::Then one day, the crow saw a swan on the lake. "The swan is so white," he thought, "but I am so black. I have never seen such a white bird before. His beauty shines so brightly. The swan must be the happiest bird in the world." He went to the swan and expressed his thoughts. "Actually," the swan said, "I thought that I was the happiest bird. But then I saw a parrot. Now I think the parrot is the happiest bird in the world." The crow asked why he thought so. The swan answered, "The parrot has colorful feathers. He is more beautiful than I am. He must be proud of his appearance."::그러던 어느 날 까마귀는 호수에서 백조를 보았다. "백조는 정말 하얗구나," 그는 생각했다, "그런데 나는 너무 까매. 나는 저렇게 하얀 새를 전에 본 적이 없어. 그의 아름다움은 정말 환하게 빛나는구나. 백조가 세상에서 가장 행복한 새인 것이 틀림없어." 그는 백조에게 가서 그의 생각을 표현했다. "사실은," 백조가 대답했다, "나는 내가 가장 행복한 새라고 생각했어. 하지만 곧 앵무새를 보았지. 이제 난 앵무새가 세상에서 가장 행복한 새라고 생각해." 까마귀는 그가 왜 그렇게 생각하는지 물었다. 백조는 대답했다, "앵무새는 형형색색의 깃털을 가졌거든. 그는 나보다 더 아름다워. 그는 틀림없이 자신의 외모를 자랑스러워할 거야." 
중2능김 8-3::The crow then flew to the parrot and said, "The swan said you are the happiest bird because you have colorful feathers." The parrot explained, "I lived a very happy life until I saw a peacock. My feathers are colorful, but the peacock's feathers are colorful, big, and gorgeous. So he is loved by everyone."::까마귀는 그 다음에 앵무새에게 날아가서 말했다, "백조가 말하기를 당신이 형형색색의 깃털을 가졌기 때문에 가장 행복한 새래요." 앵무새는 설명했다, "나는 공작새를 보기 전까지는 매우 행복한 삶을 살았어. 내 깃털은 색이 다채롭지만, 공작새의 깃털은 색이 다채로운 데다 크고 화려하기까지 하거든. 그래서 그는 모든 사람에게 사랑받지." 
중2능김 8-4::The crow then visited the peacock at the zoo. There were a lot of people around the peacock, and they praised him for his beauty. The crow thought the peacock must be the happiest bird in the world. After all the people left, the crow started to talk to the peacock. "Peacock, you are so beautiful. Many people come to see you every day. On the other hand, when people see me, they chase me away. I think you are the happiest bird in the world." The peacock said, "I may be the most beautiful bird, but I'm not happy. Because of my beauty, I am stuck in this zoo. Unlike me, you aren't kept in a cage. I want to be like you because you can go anywhere."::까마귀는 그래서 동물원의 공작새에게 갔다. 공작새 주변에는 많은 사람이 있었고, 그들은 그의 아름다움을 칭송했다. 까마귀는 공작새가 세상에서 가장 행복한 새가 틀림없다고 생각했다. 모든 사람이 떠난 후, 까마귀는 공작새에게 말을 걸기 시작했다. "공작새님, 당신은 참 아름다워요. 매일 많은 사람이 당신을 보러 와요. 반면에 사람들은 저를 보면, 저를 쫓아내요. 나는 당신이 세상에서 가장 행복한 새라고 생각해요." 공작새는 말했다, "내가 가장 아름다운 새일지는 모르지만 나는 행복하지 않아." 나의 아름다움 때문에 내가 이 동물원에 갇혀 있거든. 나와 달리 너는 우리에 갇혀 있지 않잖아. 너는 어디든 갈 수 있으니 나는 너처럼 되고 싶어." 
중2능김 8-5::After the crow talked to the peacock, he started to think about who the happiest bird was. The crow thought to himself, "The peacock's feathers are impressive, but he is stuck in a cage. I don't have colorful feathers, but I'm free to fly anywhere." The crow went back to the forest. He looked at himself in the water again and saw the happiest bird in the world.::까마귀는 공작새와 대화한 후에, 누가 가장 행복한 새인지 생각하기 시작했다. 까마귀는 조용히 생각했다, "공작새의 깃털은 인상적이지만 그는 우리에 갇혀 있어. 나는 형형색색의 깃털은 없지만, 어디든 자유롭게 날아갈 수 있어." 까마귀는 숲으로 돌아갔다. 그는 물에 비친 자신을 다시 보았고 세상에서 가장 행복한 새를 보았다. 

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중2능김 7-1::Jobs of the Future. Self-driving cars will be on the market. People will have robots that do everything for them. 3D printers in every home will print out almost everything. People will take space trips. People will live under the sea or in floating cities. Look at the pictures above. Do these ideas surprise you? You can see that our lives will be very different in the future. As our lives change, many new jobs will appear. What kind of job do you want? What will your future life be like? The following people looked ahead and chose jobs that will be important in the future. Let's read about their jobs!::미래의 직업. 자율주행차들이 시장에 나올 것이다. 사람들은 그들을 위하여 모든 것을 하는 로봇을 갖게 될 것이다. 모든 가정의 3D 프린터가 거의 모든 것을 출력해 낼 것이다. 사람들은 우주여행을 할 것이다. 사람들은 바다 밑이나 공중 도시에서 살 것이다. 위의 그림들을 보세요. 이 생각들이 놀랍습니까? 당신은 미래에 우리의 삶이 매우 달라질 것을 볼 수 있습니다. 우리의 삶이 변화함에 따라 새로운 직업들이 많이 생겨날 것입니다. 당신은 어떤 직업을 원하세요? 미래의 당신 삶은 어떤 모습일까요? 다음의 사람들은 앞을 내다보고 미래에 중요하게 될 직업을 선택하였습니다. 그들의 직업에 관하여 읽어 봅시다! 
중2능김 7-2::Do you see the flower pot that Sujin made? It was made from old street flags. She is an upcycling designer. She works with waste materials to make new products. Her products show people that old materials can be useful in new ways. Upcycling can reduce the amount of waste in the future. To become an upcycling designer, you should be creative and learn about art. Have you ever heard of 3D modelers? Taeho, a 3D modeler, works for a company that makes artificial hands and legs. Taeho uses special software to print out new hands and legs. They are made specially for patients. If you are good at computer programming and art, you can be a 3D modeler. Taeho wants more people to use 3D printed products in the future.::수진이 만든 화분이 보이시나요? 그것은 낡은 거리 현수막으로 만들어진 것입니다. 그녀는 업사이클링 디자이너입니다. 그녀는 폐기물을 가지고 새로운 제품을 만듭니다. 그녀의 제품들은 낡은 재료가 새로운 방식으로 유용해질 수 있다는 것을 사람들에게 보여줍니다. 업사이클링은 미래에 쓰레기의 양을 줄일 수 있습니다. 업사이클링 디자이너가 되려면 당신은 창의적이어야 하며 미술을 배워야 합니다. 3D 모형 제작자에 관하여 들어 본 적 있으신가요? 3D 모형 제작자인 태호는 인공 손과 다리를 만드는 회사에서 일합니다. 태호는 새 손과 다리를 만들기 위하여 특별한 소프트웨어를 사용합니다. 그것들은 환자를 위하여 특별히 제작됩니다. 만약 당신이 컴퓨터 프로그래밍이나 미술에 뛰어나다면, 3D 모형 제작자가 될 수 있습니다. 태호는 미래에 더 많은 사람이 3D 프린터로 출력된 제품들을 사용하기를 원합니다. 
중2능김 7-3::Jihye is a big data specialist. She works on many projects. For example, last year, she made bus routes. To find the best night routes, she needed to collect smartphone use data and taxi use patterns from late-night travelers. Then she analyzed this information to create the most useful routes. Now Jihye is working with an online shopping mall. She is collecting data from customers to find out the best styles for them. She knows big data allows us to learn more about our daily lives. If you want to become a big data specialist, you should develop your math and problem-solving skills! Think about yourself and prepare for your future. If you keep looking ahead and dreaming big, your future will be bright.::지혜는 빅데이터 전문가입니다. 그녀는 많은 프로젝트에서 일합니다. 예를 들어, 작년에 그녀는 버스 노선을 만들었습니다. 최적의 심야 노선을 찾기 위하여, 그녀는 심야에 이동하는 사람들의 스마트폰 이용 정보와 택시 이용 패턴을 수집할 필요가 있었습니다. 그런 다음 그녀는 그 정보를 분석하여 가장 유용한 노선을 만들었습니다. 현재 지혜는 온라인 쇼핑몰과 작업하고 있습니다. 그녀는 소비자들에게 맞는 최적의 스타일을 찾기 위하여 데이터를 수집하고 있습니다. 그녀는 빅데이터가 우리에게 일상생활에 관하여 더 많이 알게 해 준다는 것을 알고 있습니다. 만약 당신이 빅데이터 전문가가 되고 싶다면, 수학과 문제 해결 능력을 계발해야 합니다! 자신에 대하여 생각해 보고 미래를 준비하세요. 만약 당신이 계속 앞을 내다보고 꿈을 크게 꾼다면, 당신의 미래는 밝을 것입니다. 

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중2능김 6-1::The Best Moment of the Field Trip. Teacher: Good morning, everyone! How were your field trips last week? Please tell us about them! Busan, Market Heaven Do you like traditional markets? Then go to Gukje Market in Busan. It is one of the most famous markets in Busan. Do you know what it is famous for? It is famous for selling a variety of goods from different countries. It was interesting to see all the international goods there. We also ate many kinds of street food, such as Gimbap, fish cake, and Hotteok. Then we walked to Bosu-dong Book Street. Many bookstores there sell used books. We were really excited because we found some old comic books! It was nice to relax in a café and read them.::수학여행에서의 가장 좋았던 순간. 교사: 안녕하세요, 여러분! 지난주 수학여행은 어땠나요? 얘기해 봅시다! 부산, 시장 천국 재래시장을 좋아하세요? 그렇다면 부산에 있는 국제시장으로 가세요. 그곳은 부산에서 가장 유명한 시장 중 하나입니다. 그곳이 무엇으로 유명한지 아세요? 그 시장은 여러 나라에서 온 다양한 제품들을 파는 것으로 유명합니다. 그곳에서 세계 곳곳의 제품들을 모두 볼 수 있어서 흥미로웠습니다. 우리는 또한 김밥, 어묵 그리고 호떡과 같은 여러 종류의 길거리 음식을 먹었습니다. 그러고 나서 우리는 보수동 책방 골목으로 걸어갔습니다. 그곳의 많은 서점에서는 중고 책을 팝니다. 우리는 몇 권의 오래된 만화책을 발견해서 정말 신이 났습니다! 카페에서 휴식을 취하며 그 책들을 읽는 것이 좋았습니다. 
중2능김 6-2::Gangwon-do, Full of Natural Beauty. There is no place like Gangwon-do for beautiful nature. First, we went to Baengnyong Cave. This 1-8-kilometer-long cave is still in good condition. It was so amazing to see its natural beauty. Near the end of our cave tour, the guide turned off the lights in the cave for a minute. Everything became very dark, so we were able to focus on the sounds there. It was the most amazing experience of the tour! Our next stop was Donggang. We went rafting! It was exciting to ride on the rough water and enjoy the view at the same time.::강원도, 자연의 아름다움으로 가득한 곳. 아름다운 자연에 관한 한 강원도만 한 곳이 없습니다. 우선, 우리는 백룡동굴로 갔습니다. 이 1-8킬로미터 길이의 동굴은 여전히 잘 보존된 상태입니다. 그곳의 자연의 아름다움을 보는 것은 매우 놀라웠습니다. 동굴 관광의 끝 무렵, 안내인이 동굴 안의 불을 잠시 껐습니다. 모든 것이 매우 어두워져서, 우리는 그곳의 소리에 집중할 수 있었습니다. 그것은 여행에서 가장 경이로운 경험이었습니다! 우리의 다음 여행지는 동강이었습니다. 우리는 래프팅을 하러 갔습니다! 급류를 타면서 동시에 경치를 즐기는 것은 흥미진진했습니다. 
중2능김 6-3::Incheon, A City of Firsts. Do you know where the first train station in Korea is? How about the first Jajangmyeon? The answer is Incheon! This place has many of Korea's firsts. To get there, we went to Incheon Station. The Jajangmyeon Museum is next to the station. We learned about the history of Jajangmyeon there. Later, we walked around Jayu Park, the first Western-style park in Korea. The view from the park was awesome! It was great to see the historical sites of this city from the park. Teacher: Wow, these places sound great! You all have done a wonderful job on your presentations!::인천, '최초의 것'들의 도시. 한국 최초의 기차역이 어디인지 아세요? 첫 번째 자장면은요? 그 답은 인천입니다! 이곳에는 한국의 최초의 것들이 많이 있습니다. 그곳으로 가기 위하여, 우리는 인천역으로 갔습니다. 자장면 박물관은 역 옆에 있습니다. 우리는 그곳에서 자장면의 역사에 대하여 배웠습니다. 다음에는, 한국 최초의 서구식 공원인 자유 공원을 거닐었습니다. 공원에서 바라본 경치는 정말 멋있었습니다! 공원에서 이 도시의 역사적인 장소들을 바라보는 것은 아주 좋았습니다. 교사: 와, 이곳들은 멋지게 들리네요! 여러분 모두 발표를 훌륭하게 잘했어요! 

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중2능김 5-1::The Spirit of Audrey. During World War II, a little girl and her mother were hungry and sick. The only food that they could find was grass. The little girl felt scared all the time. Luckily, the girl survived, thanks to the help of others. One of the groups that helped her was UNICEF. Later, the girl became a worldwide movie star. Her name was Audrey Hepburn.::오드리의 정신. 제2차 세계 대전 동안, 한 어린 소녀와 그녀의 어머니는 굶주리고 아팠다. 그들이 찾을 수 있었던 유일한 음식은 풀뿐이었다. 어린 소녀는 내내 겁에 질려 있었다. 다행히도, 소녀는 다른 사람들의 도움 덕분에 살아남았다. 그녀를 도왔던 단체 중 하나는 유니세프(국제 연합 아동 기금)였다. 후에, 소녀는 세계적인 영화배우가 되었다. 그녀의 이름은 오드리 헵번이었다. 
중2능김 5-2::When she grew up, Hepburn became a symbol of beauty. She was very popular because of her hit movies, such as My Fair Lady and Roman Holiday. The little black dress which she wore in a movie is famous even today. Many people still love her style. The autumn of 1987 was a turning point in Hepburn's life. She went to an international music festival in Macau. Many people donated money at the festival, and the money went to UNICEF. Thanks to her fame, UNICEF collected more money than ever before. Hepburn realized that her fame could help others, so she became a UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador.::그녀가 자랐을 때, 헵번은 아름다움의 상징이 되었다. 그녀는 <마이 페어 레이디>와 <로마의 휴일>과 같은 흥행 영화들로 인해 매우 인기가 있었다. 그녀가 영화에서 입었던 아담한 검은 드레스는 심지어 오늘날까지도 유명하다. 많은 사람이 여전히 그녀의 스타일을 사랑한다. 1987년 가을은 헵번의 인생 전환점이었다. 그녀는 마카오의 한 국제 음악 축제에 갔다. 많은 사람이 축제에서 돈을 기부했고, 그 돈은 유니세프로 보내졌다. 그녀의 명성 덕분에, 유니세프는 어느 때보다도 더 많은 돈을 모았다. 헵번은 자신의 명성이 다른 사람들을 도울 수 있다는 것을 깨닫고, 유니세프 친선 대사가 되었다. 
중2능김 5-3::First, Hepburn went to Ethiopia in 1988. There, she brought food to hungry children. She was shocked because their lives were very difficult. After that, she volunteered in other countries. In 1990, she visited Vietnam to hand out medicine and support clean drinking water programs. Her last trip was to Somalia in 1992, and she passed away the following year. Many people praised her beauty and style, but Hepburn's real beauty was her heart. To honor her, UNICEF made a statue, The Spirit of Audrey. People who respect her keep her mission alive. Her favorite saying shows her mission. As you get older, remember you have two hands. One is for helping yourself, and the other is for helping others.::먼저, 헵번은 1988년에 에티오피아로 갔다. 그곳에서, 그녀는 굶주린 아이들에게 음식을 가져다주었다. 그녀는 그들의 삶이 매우 어려웠기 때문에 충격을 받았다. 그 후, 그녀는 다른 나라들에서도 봉사하였다. 1990년, 그녀는 의약품을 나눠 주고 깨끗한 식수 프로그램을 지원하기 위하여 베트남을 방문하였다. 그녀의 마지막 여행은 1992년 소말리아에 간 것이었으며, 이듬해 그녀는 사망하였다. 많은 사람이 그녀의 아름다움과 스타일을 칭송했지만, 헵번의 진정한 아름다움은 그녀의 마음이었다. 그녀를 기리기 위해, 유니세프는 '오드리의 정신'이라는 동상을 만들었다. 그녀를 존경하는 사람들이 그녀의 사명을 이어 나가고 있다. 그녀가 가장 좋아했던 구절은 그녀의 사명을 보여 준다. 나이가 들어갈수록, 당신에게 손이 두 개가 있다는 것을 기억하라. 한 손은 자신을 돕기 위한 것이고, 다른 한 손은 타인을 돕기 위한 것이다. 

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중2능김 4-1::My Science Project: Home Aquaponics. Jennifer: What are you reading? Eric: I'm reading an article about aquaponics. It's a way of growing plants without soil. We can also grow plants and raise fish in just one system. Jennifer: Is that possible? Eric: We'll see. I'm going to try it at home for my science project. Fish, bacteria, and plants are the main parts of aquaponics. After you feed the fish, they produce waste. The waste is turned into food for the plants by bacteria. The plants clean the water by consuming the food. This process is repeated again and again!::나의 과학 프로젝트: 가정용 아쿠아포닉스. 제니퍼: 무엇을 읽고 있니? 에릭: 아쿠아포닉스에 관한 기사를 읽고 있어. 흙 없이 식물을 재배할 수 있는 방법이야. 또 한 가지 장치만으로도 식물과 물고기를 동시에 키울 수 있어. 제니퍼: 그게 가능하니? 에릭: 곧 알게 될 거야. 내가 과학 프로젝트로 집에서 해 볼 예정이거든. 물고기, 박테리아, 식물이 아쿠아포닉스의 주요 부분이다. 물고기에게 먹이를 주면, 그것들은 배설물을 만들어 낸다. 이 배설물은 박테리아에 의해 식물의 먹이로 바뀐다. 식물은 그 먹이를 먹음으로써 물을 정화한다. 이러한 과정이 계속해서 반복된다! 
중2능김 4-2::Home Aquaponics by Eric Jackson. Questions: How can I make an aquaponics system at home? Why is aquaponics good? Period: From May 15 to August 15 Materials: a pot & small stones, a fish tank, a plastic tube, a water pump, plants, some fish, a box cutter, clay Steps: 1- I made holes in the bottom of a pot. Then I put small stones and plants in it. 2- I made a big hole in the lid of the fish tank and put the pot in the hole. 3- I fixed the pot in place with clay. 4- I made another hole in the lid and put a tube through it. 5- I put a water pump in the fish tank. I used the tube to connect the pump to the pot. 6- I filled the fish tank with water and put some fish in it. Then I turned on the pump.::가정용 아쿠아포닉스 에릭 잭슨. 질문: 집에서 아쿠아포닉스 장치를 어떻게 만들 수 있을까? 아쿠아포닉스가 왜 좋은가? 기간: 5월15일부터 8월15일까지 재료: 화분과 작은 돌들, 어항, 플라스틱 관, 수중 펌프, 식물, 물고기, 커터칼, 찰흙 절차: 1- 화분 바닥에 구멍을 뚫었다. 그런 후에 화분에 작은 돌들을 넣고 식물을 심었다. 2- 어항 덮개에 큰 구멍을 내고 구멍에 그 화분을 넣었다. 3- 찰흙으로 화분을 제자리에 고정하였다. 4- 덮개에 또 다른 구멍을 하나 만들고 그 안에 관을 넣었다. 5- 어항에 수중 펌프를 넣었다. 관을 이용하여 펌프를 화분에 연결하였다. 6- 어항에 물을 채우고 물고기 몇 마리를 거기에 넣었다. 그러고 나서 펌프를 작동하였다. 
중2능김 4-3::Results: From this experiment, I grew my plants and raised fish with aquaponics. I just fed the fish, but the plants have grown 17 centimeters in three months. The fish stay healthy and the water is clean all the time. Conclusion: Some important things about aquaponics were learned from this experiment. First, water is saved because the plants don't need watering. Second, it is good for the environment because no chemicals are used. Finally, you can do aquaponics anywhere because it doesn't need much space. I found out. Some farmers use aquaponics to produce vegetables and raise fish. They choose aquaponics because it is far easier than traditional gardening. Also, it is a much more productive way of growing food. The plants grow much faster than plants in soil, and it saves space. I hope more food is produced in this way in the future because it is healthy for us and the environment.::결과: 이 실험으로 나는 아쿠아포닉스로 식물과 물고기를 키웠다. 나는 그저 물고기에 밥만 주었는데도 식물은 석 달 동안 17cm나 자랐다. 물고기는 건강을 유지하며 물은 항상 깨끗하다. 결론: 아쿠아포닉스에 관한 몇 가지 중요한 사항이 이 실험에서 발견되었다. 첫째, 식물에 물을 줄 필요가 없으므로 물이 절약된다. 둘째, 화학 물질이 사용되지 않으므로 아쿠아포닉스는 환경에 이롭다. 끝으로, 넓은 공간이 필요하지 않으므로 당신은 어디에서나 아쿠아포닉스를 쉽게 할 수 있다. 나는 알게 되었다. 몇몇 농부들은 채소를 생산하고 물고기를 키우는 데 아쿠아포닉스를 이용한다. 그들은 아쿠아포닉스가 전통 재배 방식보다 훨씬 쉽기 때문에 그것을 선택한다. 아쿠아포닉스는 식량을 기르는 훨씬 더 생산적인 방법이다. 식물들이 흙에서 자라는 식물보다 훨씬 빠르게 자라고 공간도 절약한다. 그것은 우리와 환경에 훨씬 건강하기 때문에 나는 미래에 더 많은 식량이 이런 방식으로 생산되기를 희망한다. 

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중2능김 3-1::Traditional Korean Symbols. Peter is visiting Korea to meet a friend, Mina, from a sister school. Peter is going to stay at her grandfather's house for a week. When he arrives, Mina shows him the guest room. Mina: Peter, you will stay here. This guest room is full of traditional Korean things. Look at this pillow. Peter: What are these things? 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. Peter: That's surprising. In many Western countries, bats remind people of darkness and scary things.::전통적인 한국의 상징물. 피터는 자매 학교 친구인 미나를 만나기 위해 한국을 방문 중이다. 피터는 일주일간 미나네 할아버지 댁에 머무를 것이다. 그가 도착하자, 미나가 그에게 손님방을 보여준다. 미나: 피터, 넌 여기에 머무르게 될 거야. 이 손님방은 한국의 전통 물건들로 가득 차 있어. 이 베개를 봐. 피터: 이것들은 뭐야? 미나: 그건 박쥐들이야. 피터: 내 베개 위에 박쥐가? 그거 겁나는데! 미나: 그렇지 않아. 한국에서는 박쥐가 행운과 장수의 상징이거든. 피터: 그거 놀라운 일인데. 서구의 많은 나라들에서 박쥐는 사람들에게 어둠과 무서운 것들을 상기시키거든. 
중2능김 3-2::Mina shows Peter her grandfather's room. Peter and Mina's grandfather meet and greet each other. Grandfather: Hi, Peter! Have you ever seen this kind of lock before? Peter: No, I haven't. It's so old that I can't really tell, but is it a fish? Grandfather: Yes. For a long time, Koreans have thought that fish are good guards. Fish don't close their eyes, even when they sleep. Peter: That's interesting. Grandfather: We think fish can watch over valuable things. That's why this lock looks like a fish. Peter: Now I understand.::미나는 피터에게 할아버지의 방을 보여준다. 피터와 미나의 할아버지가 만나서 서로 인사한다. 할아버지: 안녕, 피터! 너는 이런 종류의 자물쇠를 전에 본 적 있니? 피터: 아니요, 본 적 없어요. 그 자물쇠는 너무 오래되어서 알아볼 수가 없는데, 그건 물고기인가요? 할아버지: 맞아. 오랜 세월 동안, 한국인들은 물고기가 훌륭한 파수꾼이라고 생각해 왔단다. 물고기는 잘 때도 눈을 감지 않거든. 피터: 그거 재미있군요. 할아버지: 우리는 물고기가 귀중품을 지킬 수 있다고 생각해. 그것이 이 자물쇠가 물고기 모양으로 생긴 이유란다. 피터: 이제 이해가 되는군요. 
중2능김 3-3::They go outside and walk around the garden. Peter: What is on that piece of paper? It looks scary. Grandfather: Do you mean this painting of a rooster? 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. Mina: Really? I've never heard that before. Peter: Actually, I'm afraid of the darkness and evil spirits. Could you draw a rooster for me, Mina? Mina: Sure. I'll draw a big rooster for you! Grandfather: Put the drawing above your door. Then it will protect you. Peter: Yes, I will. Peter's Diary May 28 I'm enjoying this trip so much that I want to 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.::그들은 밖에 나가서 정원을 걷는다. 피터: 저 종이에는 무엇이 그려져 있는 거죠? 무서워 보여요. 할아버지: 이 수탉 그림을 말하는 거니? 피터: 오, 그게 수탉이에요? 할아버지: 응, 그렇단다. 수탉은 매일 아침 울지. 수탉의 울음은 새로운 날이 시작하는 것을 의미해. 오랫동안 한국인들은 수탉이 울 때 악령이 물러간다고 믿어왔단다. 미나: 정말요? 전 그런 말을 들어본 적이 없어요. 피터: 사실 전 어둠과 악령을 무서워해요. 미나, 날 위해 수탉을 그려 줄 수 있니? 미나: 물론이지. 내가 널 위해 커다란 수탉을 그려줄게! 할아버지: 그 그림을 네 문 위에 걸어 놓으렴. 그러면 그게 널 지켜 줄 거야. 피터: 네, 그럴게요. 피터의 일기 5월28일 난 이번 여행이 매우 즐거워서 더 오래 머무르고 싶다. 난 이 집의 모든 전통적인 한국의 상징물들이 마음에 든다. 나는 이제 그것들을 많이 알게 되었다. 난 우리 가족과 함께 한국을 다시 방문하고 싶다. 

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중2능김 2-1::School Lunches Around the World. Hello, this is food reporter Minjun from Korea. For many students, lunch is the best part of the school day. In Korea, we often eat rice and soup for lunch. We also have side dishes, such as Bulgogi or Gimchi. Sometimes our school serves special dishes, such as pizza, Bibimbap, or pasta. What do students who live in other countries eat for lunch? Let's hear from our food reporters!::세계 각국의 학교 급식. 안녕하세요, 저는 한국에서 온 음식 취재 기자 민준입니다. 많은 학생들에게 점심시간은 학교 일과 중 가장 좋은 부분입니다. 한국에서는 점심으로 자주 밥과 국을 먹습니다. 우리는 불고기나 김치 같은 반찬도 먹습니다. 때때로 우리 학교는 피자, 비빔밥, 또는 파스타 같은 특식을 제공합니다. 다른 나라에서 사는 학생들은 점심으로 무엇을 먹을까요? 우리 음식 취재 기자들에게서 들어보겠습니다! 
중2능김 2-2::Belle, France. Our school serves healthy and balanced meals. We usually eat a salad as an appetizer. Main dishes often include meat or fish. We also eat fresh fruit at the end of the lunch. Oh, I can never forget about baguettes! They're great with cheese. Our school also has a special rule. We must stay at the lunch table for at least 30 minutes. Bruno, Brazil Usually, we have beans and rice for lunch. Meat and vegetables are common in our side dishes. My favorite lunch comes with plantains. A plantain is a fruit which looks like a banana. We usually fry plantains. Our school lunches are fresh because the vegetables and fruit come from local farms.::벨, 프랑스. 우리 학교는 건강하고 균형 잡힌 식사를 제공합니다. 우리는 보통 식전 음식으로 샐러드를 먹습니다. 주요리는 보통 고기나 생선을 포함합니다. 우리는 점심의 끝에 신선한 과일도 먹습니다. 오, 절대 바게트를 빠뜨릴 수는 없죠! 바게트는 치즈와 잘 어울립니다. 우리 학교에는 또한 특별한 규칙이 있습니다. 우리는 적어도 30분간 점심 식탁에 반드시 머물러야 합니다. 브루노, 브라질 보통, 우리는 점심으로 콩과 밥을 먹습니다. 우리의 곁들임 음식에는 고기와 채소가 흔히 나옵니다. 내가 가장 좋아하는 점심에는 플랜테인이 나옵니다. 플랜테인은 바나나처럼 생긴 과일입니다. 우리는 보통 플랜테인을 튀깁니다. 채소와 과일이 현지 농장에서 오기 때문에 우리 학교 급식은 신선합니다. 
중2능김 2-3::Nicole, Singapore. People who live in Singapore come from many different cultures, so we have both Eastern and Western dishes at lunch. Students can choose from many dishes, such as curry, noodle soup, or pasta, each day. My school won an award for healthy school food last year. Our lunches are always healthy, and they taste good, too! Which school lunch do you want to try? Does it have anything in common with your school lunch? Please leave your comments at www.chopchoplunch.com.::니콜, 싱가포르. 싱가포르에 사는 사람들은 매우 다양한 문화권에서 오기 때문에, 우리는 점심에 동양식과 서양식을 모두 먹습니다. 학생들은 매일 카레, 국수, 또는 파스타와 같이 많은 요리 중에 선택할 수 있습니다. 우리 학교는 작년에 건강한 학교 급식상을 받았습니다. 우리의 점심은 항상 건강에 좋고, 맛 또한 좋습니다! 여러분은 어떤 학교 급식을 먹어 보고 싶나요? 그것이 여러분의 학교 급식과 공통되는 것이 있습니까? 여러분의 의견을 www.chopchoplunch.com에 남겨 주세요. 

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중2능김 1-1::All About Selfies! Selfie Facts Are you interested in selfies? You probably like to post selfies on social media, but how much do you know about selfies? Here are some interesting facts. 1- Robert Cornelius took the world's first selfie in 1839. 2- Selfie became a new word in the dictionary in 2013. 3- Buzz Aldrin took the first space selfie in 1966.::셀피에 대한 모든 것! 셀피와 관련된 사실들 당신은 셀피에 관심이 있는가? 당신은 아마 소셜 미디어에 셀피를 게시하기를 좋아할지도 모르지만, 셀피에 대해 얼마나 많이 알고 있는가? 여기 몇 가지 재미있는 사실들이 있다. 1- 로버트 코닐리어스가 1839년에 전 세계 최초의 셀피를 찍었다. 2- selfie는 2013년에 사전에 신조어로 등재되었다. 3- 버즈 올드린이 1966년에 최초의 우주 셀피를 찍었다. 
중2능김 1-2::Selfie Survey. Taking selfies is part of daily life for many teens, but do teens really enjoy it? To find out, we did a survey. We asked three questions to 300 students from ages 14 to 16. Let's look at the results. Q1 Do you take selfies? Q2 Do you use filters on your selfies to look good? Q3 Where do you usually take selfies? Surprisingly, 90 percent of the girls take selfies, but only 15 percent of the boys take selfies. Also, 93 percent of these students said that they use filters. The survey also showed that the students take selfies at school the most. Check out some of the students' comments. Lewis, 14, England: Selfies are awesome. Making silly faces is really fun! Minwoo, 16, Korea: I enjoy taking selfies, but some students spend too much time doing it. Kate, 15, Denmark: My pictures look good when I use filters. But sometimes my selfies don't look like me.::셀피 설문 조사. 셀피 찍기는 많은 십 대들에게 일상생활의 한 부분인데, 십 대들은 정말로 그것을 즐기고 있는가? 알아보기 위해 우리는 설문 조사를 했다. 우리는 14세에서 16세 사이의 학생 300명에게 세 가지를 질문했다. 그 결과를 보자. 질문1 셀피를 찍는가? 질문2 멋있어 보이기 위하여 자신의 셀피에 필터를 사용하는가? 질문3 주로 어디에서 셀피를 찍는가? 놀랍게도, 소녀들의 90퍼센트가 셀피를 찍지만, 소년들의 15퍼센트만이 셀피를 찍는다. 또한 이 학생들의 93퍼센트는 필터를 사용한다고 대답했다. 설문은 또한 학생들이 학교에서 가장 많이 셀피를 찍는다는 것을 보여 주었다. 학생들의 의견 몇 가지를 확인해 보라. 루이스, 14세, 영국: 셀피는 굉장하다. 우스꽝스러운 표정을 짓는 것은 정말로 재미있다! 민우, 16세, 한국: 나는 셀피 찍는 것을 즐기지만 몇몇 학생들은 그것을 하는 데 너무 많은 시간을 쓴다. 케이트, 15세, 덴마크: 내 사진은 필터를 사용할 때 멋져 보인다. 하지만 가끔 나의 셀피가 나처럼 보이지 않는다. 
중2능김 1-3::Selfie Etiquette. You should follow etiquette for selfies. Ask yourself these questions before you take, post, or look at selfies. 1- Where am I? Choose appropriate places to take selfies. Don't take selfies in hospitals or public restrooms. It may bother other people. 2- Who can see this? Keep in mind that anyone can see your selfies. Choose carefully when you post them. 3- What kinds of comments should I leave? Leave nice comments on other people's selfies. Don't be rude. That sounds easy, doesn't it? Follow these tips and have fun with your selfies!::셀피 예절. 당신은 셀피 예절을 따라야 한다. 셀피를 찍고, 게시하거나 보기 전에 스스로 이 질문들을 물어보라. 1- 내가 어디에 있는가? 셀피를 찍기에 적합한 장소를 선택하라. 병원이나 공중화장실에서 셀피를 찍지 마라. 그것은 다른 사람들을 신경 쓰이게 할 수 있다. 2- 누가 이것을 볼 수 있는가? 누구나 당신의 셀피를 볼 수 있다는 것을 명심하라. 그것들을 게시할 때 신중하게 골라라. 3- 어떤 코멘트를 남겨야 하는가? 다른 사람들의 셀피에 상냥한 코멘트를 남겨라. 무례하게 굴지 마라. 쉬운 것처럼 들린다, 그렇지 않은가? 이러한 조언들을 따라서 당신의 셀피와 즐거운 시간을 보내라! 

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♕ Ving 

연구결과, <동→명→형→부>?의 빈도로 나타난다. ▽


∙While William was reading the book, he thought he could help his village by building a windmill.
∙He never gave up his dream of helping his family and his village.
∙William Kamkwamba while he was looking through some garbage.
♕ Ved/PP 

<동→형→부>?


∙He was very excited to see that it worked.
∙William finally made a windmill.
∙Here is the story of a boy who came up with a creative idea and made life better for everyone.
∙William was born on August 5, 1987, in Malawi, Africa.
♕ To 

<명→형→부→전명→5V보어>?


∙He was very excited to see that it worked.
∙William became famous and had a chance to study in high school again.
∙Many people came to see his windmill.
∙His family was also too poor to pay for school, so William had to drop out of high school.
♕ Being/Been 

분석하여 적절한 이름을 쓰고 해석.



♕ Conj 

<명접→형접→부접>? ex)that=접/관/동/부


∙This is what I need!
∙He was very excited to see that it worked.
∙With this fan, I can make a windmill that can generate electricity.
∙His village was so poor that it did not even have electricity.
♕ It 

<대명→가주→가목→강조>?


∙He was very excited to see that it worked.
♕ If 

<부사절→가정과거→가정과거완료→가정혼합→가정미래>




문법발전소

 중3두김2
♕ Ving 

연구결과, <동→명→형→부>?의 빈도로 나타난다. ▽


∙When the zoo was planning to sell Jumbo to a circus in New York City, 100,000 school children wrote to Queen Victoria.
∙This is how the word panic got its meaning of "get frightened.
∙English as a word for an annoying photographer who follows stars.
∙One interesting way of making new words is to use names.
♕ Ved/PP 

<동→형→부>?


∙New words are made in many different ways.
∙This is how the word panic got its meaning of "get frightened.
∙As more and more people have become interested in stars' private lives, paparazzi, the plural form of paparazzo, is now an everyday word around the world.
∙He shaved his face but left the strips of hair in front of his ears.
∙He was named Jumbo when he was in the London Zoo.
∙If the traveler got frightened and started to walk fast, Pan moved to the next dark corner and waited for him again.
∙The word was later changed into sideburns.
∙Pan often hid behind the trees in a dark corner and waited for a traveler to pass.
∙When a traveler passed by him, Pan shook the trees to frighten the traveler.
∙They all begged the queen not to sell Jumbo, but the zoo sold him anyway.
♕ To 

<명→형→부→전명→5V보어>?


∙They all begged the queen not to sell Jumbo, but the zoo sold him anyway.
∙When the zoo was planning to sell Jumbo to a circus in New York City, 100,000 school children wrote to Queen Victoria.
∙One interesting way of making new words is to use names.
∙If the traveler got frightened and started to walk fast, Pan moved to the next dark corner and waited for him again.
∙Pan often hid behind the trees in a dark corner and waited for a traveler to pass.
∙Pan shook the trees to frighten the traveler.
∙Paparazzo sells his pictures of stars to newspapers.
♕ Being/Been 

분석하여 적절한 이름을 쓰고 해석.



♕ Conj 

<명접→형접→부접>? ex)that=접/관/동/부


∙This is how the word panic got its meaning of "get frightened.
♕ It 

<대명→가주→가목→강조>?



♕ If 

<부사절→가정과거→가정과거완료→가정혼합→가정미래>


∙If the traveler got frightened and started to walk fast, Pan moved to the next dark corner and waited for him again.

문법발전소

 중3두김3
♕ Ving 

연구결과, <동→명→형→부>?의 빈도로 나타난다. ▽


∙Tips for Naming 1_ Make a unique name.
∙The materials for making a bookmark cost only about 200 won.
∙Tips for Marketing 1 Find a market.
∙Tips for Pricing 1_ Check the prices of similar products.
♕ Ved/PP 

<동→형→부>?


∙She loved it and told the other members about my bookmarks.
∙Minsu was very impressed by the bookmark.
♕ To 

<명→형→부→전명→5V보어>?


∙Make sure the name is easy to remember.
∙Word got around to other people.
∙Minsu suggested that I sell my bookmarks to the book club members, so I first gave a free bookmark to Sujin, the club president.
∙The first name that came to my mind was "Jiho's Amazing Bookmarks," but the name wasn't special.
∙Consider how much it costs to make the product.
♕ Being/Been 

분석하여 적절한 이름을 쓰고 해석.



♕ Conj 

<명접→형접→부접>? ex)that=접/관/동/부


∙He suggested that I sell my bookmarks.
∙Minsu suggested that I sell my bookmarks to the book club members, so I first gave a free bookmark to Sujin, the club president.
∙Let me tell you how my brand was born.
∙The first name that came to my mind was "Jiho's Amazing Bookmarks," but the name wasn't special.
∙Minsu thought the price was too expensive, so I decided that 1,000 won would be reasonable.
♕ It 

<대명→가주→가목→강조>?


∙It does take a lot of time and effort.
♕ If 

<부사절→가정과거→가정과거완료→가정혼합→가정미래>




문법발전소

 중3두김4
♕ Ving 

연구결과, <동→명→형→부>?의 빈도로 나타난다. ▽


∙Why is it taking so long to complete?
♕ Ved/PP 

<동→형→부>?


∙The house is entirely made of natural stone, and its outside looks like the flowing waves of the sea.
∙Gaudi is known for his unique and imaginative style.
∙Architect Who Loved Nature.
♕ To 

<명→형→부→전명→5V보어>?


∙Why is it taking so long to complete?
∙Mr Güell has been very generous to me.
♕ Being/Been 

분석하여 적절한 이름을 쓰고 해석.


∙Mr Güell has been very generous to me.
♕ Conj 

<명접→형접→부접>? ex)that=접/관/동/부


∙Thanks to him, I was able to build what I wanted to build without worrying about money.
∙Other than nature, what has had a big influence on you?
∙Thank you, and I hope that it'll be a place where everybody can come to find peace.
♕ It 

<대명→가주→가목→강조>?



♕ If 

<부사절→가정과거→가정과거완료→가정혼합→가정미래>




문법발전소

 중3두김5
♕ Ving 

연구결과, <동→명→형→부>?의 빈도로 나타난다. ▽


∙He enjoys riding roller coasters, so he got on the scariest one with her.
∙Kate was running into the classroom, and she slipped and fell hard on the floor.
∙Instead of feeling the pain, she just felt embarrassed.
∙TV seemed more interesting than usual, so he just couldn't turn it off.
∙TV became more interesting to Jihun right before his exam.
∙She believed everyone was paying attention to her, but she didn't have to worry.
∙It was the roller coaster that was making his heart beat fast.
∙Most of her friends were busy paying attention to themselves.
∙His heart was beating fast not because of Jane.
∙He believed so because his heart was beating fast.
♕ Ved/PP 

<동→형→부>?


∙Tom should have thought twice.
∙Then she just got up.
∙What made Kate feel embarrassed in this situation?
∙Jihun turned on the TV to relax for a minute before he started studying.
♕ To 

<명→형→부→전명→5V보어>?


∙Jihun turned on the TV to relax for a minute before he started studying.
∙He wanted to say, "I failed the test because I didn't study, not because I'm not smart.
∙On the way to school the next morning, Jihun said to himself, "Why did I stay up all night and watch TV?
∙He wanted to make an excuse if he failed.
∙Tom went to an amusement park with his friend Jane.
∙When the roller coaster was ready to go down its track, Tom's heart began to beat faster.
∙Most of her friends were busy paying attention to themselves.
∙The first thing she did was to look around her.
∙She believed everyone was paying attention to her, but she didn't have to worry.
∙TV became more interesting to Jihun right before his exam.
♕ Being/Been 

분석하여 적절한 이름을 쓰고 해석.



♕ Conj 

<명접→형접→부접>? ex)that=접/관/동/부


∙It was the roller coaster that was making his heart beat fast.
∙Psychology can also explain things that happen in everyday life.
∙By studying psychology, you can learn how the mind works.
♕ It 

<대명→가주→가목→강조>?


∙It was the day before an important exam.
∙It was the roller coaster that was making his heart beat fast.
♕ If 

<부사절→가정과거→가정과거완료→가정혼합→가정미래>




문법발전소

 중3두김6
♕ Ving 

연구결과, <동→명→형→부>?의 빈도로 나타난다. ▽


∙It was another way of saying that he was bored.
∙Alex was an African Grey Parrot that received training from the animal scientist Irene Pepperberg.
♕ Ved/PP 

<동→형→부>?


∙His death was a complete surprise since he looked healthy the day before he died.
∙This meant that he wanted to go back to his cage.
∙Alex was an African Grey Parrot that received training from the animal scientist Irene Pepperberg.
∙Alex continued to ask the same question a few more times and learned the color grey.
∙They thought that parrots just repeated words.
∙Alex was shown two red blocks and three green blocks and asked, "How many red blocks?
∙He was only a few months old when Pepperberg bought him at a pet store in Chicago in 1976.
♕ To 

<명→형→부→전명→5V보어>?


∙He could count up to six objects and knew how to distinguish seven colors and five shapes.
∙Alex continued to ask the same question a few more times and learned the color grey.
∙This meant that he wanted to go back to his cage.
♕ Being/Been 

분석하여 적절한 이름을 쓰고 해석.



♕ Conj 

<명접→형접→부접>? ex)that=접/관/동/부


∙He could count up to six objects and knew how to distinguish seven colors and five shapes.
∙Before Alex, people believed that parrots were not smart.
∙They thought that parrots just repeated words.
∙This meant that he wanted to go back to his cage.
∙Alex was an African Grey Parrot that received training from the animal scientist Irene Pepperberg.
∙It was another way of saying that he was bored.
♕ It 

<대명→가주→가목→강조>?


∙It was another way of saying that he was bored.
♕ If 

<부사절→가정과거→가정과거완료→가정혼합→가정미래>



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2-1 Project Green Kid


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어제 나는 TV에서 다큐멘터리 한 편을 보았다. 그것은 환경에 어떤 해도 끼치지 않고 살려고 노력한 한 남자에 관한 것이었다. 그것을 본 후, 나는 'Green Kid 프로젝트'라는 나만의 프로젝트를 시작하기로 결심했다. 5월 19일 더 이상 엘리베이터 타지 않기! 오늘은 Green Kid로서의 나의 첫날이었다. 나는 엘리베이터 대신에 계단을 이용함으로써 나의 프로젝트 첫날을 시작했다. 나의 작은 노력으로 전기를 아껴서 기분이 매우 좋았다. 단 하나의 문제는 우리 아파트가 15층에 있다는 것이다. 너무 자주 외출하지 않는 것이 좋을 것 같다.
Yesterday, I saw a documentary on TV. It was about a man who tried to live without doing any harm to the environment. After watching it, I decided to start my own project, "Project Green Kid."May 19 No More Elevators! Today was my first day as a Green Kid. I started my first project day by taking the stairs instead of the elevator. I felt great because my small effort saved electricity. The only problem is that my apartment is on the 15th floor. I guess I'd better not go out too often.



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 ♕ Yesterday, I saw a documentary on TV.
  
Need_Help?

▷yesterday
어제/최근 
▷saw
봤다/톱 
▷documentary
문서의  on tv.
어제 나는 TV에서 다큐멘터리 한 편을 보았다.
문법분석: Yesterday, I saw a documentary on TV.


 ♕ It was about a man who tried to live without doing any harm to the environment.
  
Need_Help?
it was about a
▷man
갈기/길고 숱이 많은 머리털 
▷who
누구 
▷tried
노력한/~하려고 한 
▷to
발가락/발끝 
▷live
살다/생활하다 
▷without
...없이/ ...하지 않고 
▷doing
암컷/Department of Energy(에너지부) 
▷any
어떤/전혀 
▷harm
해/해치다 
▷to
발가락/발끝 
▷environment
환경 .
그것은 환경에 어떤 해도 끼치지 않고 살려고 노력한 한 남자에 관한 것이었다.
문법분석: It was about a man who tried to live without doing any harm to the environment.


 ♕ After watching it, I decided to start my own project, "Project Green Kid."May 19 No More Elevators!
  
Need_Help?

▷after
...후에/ ...뒤에 
▷watching
보다/관람하다 
▷decided
결정하다 
▷to
발가락/발끝 
▷start
(놀라) 움찔하다 
▷own
소유하다 
▷project
계획 
▷project
계획 
▷green
녹색의/환경 친화적인 
▷kid
아이/어린이 
▷may
것이다/수도 있다 
▷elevators
엘리베이터 !
그것을 본 후, 나는 'Green Kid 프로젝트'라는 나만의 프로젝트를 시작하기로 결심했다.
문법분석: *부사절축약⌈After watching⌋ it, I decided to start my own project, "Project Green Kid."May 19 No More Elevators!


 ♕ Today was my first day as a Green Kid.
  
Need_Help?

▷today
오늘날/오늘 
▷day
날/하루 
▷green
녹색의/환경 친화적인 
▷kid
아이/어린이 .
5월 19일 더 이상 엘리베이터 타지 않기!
문법분석: Today was my first day as a Green Kid.


 ♕ I started my first project day by taking the stairs instead of the elevator.
  
Need_Help?
i
▷started
(놀라) 움찔하다 
▷project
계획 
▷day
날/하루 
▷by
안녕/잘가요 
▷taking
(시간)이 걸리다/가지다 
▷stairs
계단 
▷instead
대신에/보다 
▷elevator
엘리베이터 .
오늘은 Green Kid로서의 나의 첫날이었다.
문법분석: I started my first project day by taking the stairs *표현주의⌈instead of⌋ the elevator.


 ♕ I felt great because my small effort saved electricity.
  
Need_Help?
i
▷felt
느껴지는/느꼈다 
▷great
위대한/큰 
▷because
...때문에/왜냐하면 
▷small
작은/소규모의 
▷effort
노력 
▷electricity
전기/전기학 .
나는 엘리베이터 대신에 계단을 이용함으로써 나의 프로젝트 첫날을 시작했다.
문법분석: I felt great because my small effort saved electricity.


 ♕ The only problem is that my apartment is on the 15th floor.
  
Need_Help?
the
▷only
뿐이다/유일하게 
▷problem
문제 
▷apartment
아파트 
▷floor
바닥/층 .
나의 작은 노력으로 전기를 아껴서 기분이 매우 좋았다.
문법분석: The only problem is that my apartment is on the 15th floor.


 ♕ I guess I'd better not go out too often.
  
Need_Help?
i
▷guess
...인 것 같다/ ...라고 생각하다 
▷better
개선하다 
▷not
유명/지폐 
▷out
나가다/밖에 
▷too
너무/또한 
▷often
종종/자주 .
단 하나의 문제는 우리 아파트가 15층에 있다는 것이다.
문법분석: I guess I'd better not go out too often.


2-2


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5월 22일 음식물 남기지 않기! 오늘 나는 점심 식판에 있는 모든 음식을 다 먹었다. 오늘 음식이 맛있었나? 그렇지는 않았다. 내가 그렇게 한 것은 남은 음식이 환경을 오염시키기 때문이다. 하지만 한 가지 작은 문제가 있었다. 나는 오후 내내 졸음이 왔다. 내일은 식판에 음식을 더 적게 담는 게 좋을 것 같다.
[May 22] No More Leftover Food! Today, I finished everything on my lunch plate. Was the food great today? Not really. I did that because leftover food pollutes the environment. However, there was one little problem. I was sleepy all afternoon. I'd better put less food on my plate tomorrow.



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 ♕ [May 22] No More Leftover Food!
  
Need_Help?

▷may
것이다/수도 있다 
▷food
음식/식품 !
5월 22일 음식물 남기지 않기!
문법분석: [May 22] No More Leftover Food!


 ♕ Today, I finished everything on my lunch plate.
  
Need_Help?

▷today
오늘날/오늘 
▷finished
끝나다/마치다 
▷everything
가장 중요한 것 
▷lunch
점심/도시락 
▷plate
접시/판 .
오늘 나는 점심 식판에 있는 모든 음식을 다 먹었다.
문법분석: Today, I finished everything on my lunch plate.


 ♕ Was the food great today?
  
Need_Help?
was the
▷food
음식/식품 
▷great
위대한/큰 
▷today
오늘날/오늘 ?
오늘 음식이 맛있었나?
문법분석: Was the food great today?


 ♕ Not really.
  
Need_Help?

▷not
유명/지폐 
▷really
정말/아주 .
그렇지는 않았다.
문법분석: Not really.


 ♕ I did that because leftover food pollutes the environment.
  
Need_Help?
i did that
▷because
...때문에/왜냐하면 
▷food
음식/식품 
▷pollutes
오염시키다 
▷environment
환경 .
내가 그렇게 한 것은 남은 음식이 환경을 오염시키기 때문이다.
문법분석: I did that because leftover food pollutes the environment.


 ♕ However, there was one little problem.
  
Need_Help?

▷however
그러나/하지만 
▷there
그곳/거기 
▷little
작은/조금 
▷problem
문제 .
하지만 한 가지 작은 문제가 있었다.
문법분석: However, *Xvs구문⌈there was one⌋ little problem.


 ♕ I was sleepy all afternoon.
  
Need_Help?
i was
▷sleepy
졸리는/잠이 오는 
▷afternoon
오후/점심 .
나는 오후 내내 졸음이 왔다.
문법분석: I was sleepy all afternoon.


 ♕ I'd better put less food on my plate tomorrow.
  
Need_Help?
i'd
▷better
개선하다 
▷put
넣다/두다 
▷less
덜한/적게 
▷food
음식/식품 
▷plate
접시/판 
▷tomorrow
내일/미래 .
내일은 식판에 음식을 더 적게 담는 게 좋을 것 같다.
문법분석: I'd better put less food on my plate tomorrow.


2-3 A Great Idea for Saving Water


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[5월 25일] 물을 절약하기 위한 굉장한 아이디어 전 세계에 물이 충분하지 않은 사람들이 아주 많이 있다. 물을 절약하기 위해 내가 무엇을 할 수 있을까? 나는 열심히 생각하여 매우 좋은 아이디어를 얻었다. 나는 매일이 아니라, 이틀에 한 번 샤워를 하기로 결심했다. 오늘 나는 샤워를 하지 않고 당당하게 학교에 갔다. 나에게 조금 냄새가 났었나? 뭐, 상관없다!
There are so many people who do not have enough water all over the world. What can I do to save water? I thought hard and got a great idea. I decided to take a shower every other day, not every day. Today, I proudly went to school without taking a shower. Did I smell a little? Well, I don't care!



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 ♕ There are so many people who do not have enough water all over the world.
  
Need_Help?

▷there
그곳/거기 
▷many
많은/여러 
▷people
사람들/국민 
▷who
누구 
▷do
암컷/Department of Energy(에너지부) 
▷not
유명/지폐 
▷have
가지다/5V.하게하다 
▷enough
충분한/충분히 
▷water
물/바다 
▷over
...이상/끝나서 
▷world
세계/세상 .
[5월 25일] 물을 절약하기 위한 굉장한 아이디어 전 세계에 물이 충분하지 않은 사람들이 아주 많이 있다.
문법분석: *Xvs구문⌈There are so⌋ many people who do not have enough water all over the world.


 ♕ What can I do to save water?
  
Need_Help?
what
▷can
지팡이/설탕수수 
▷do
암컷/Department of Energy(에너지부) 
▷to
발가락/발끝 
▷water
물/바다 ?
물을 절약하기 위해 내가 무엇을 할 수 있을까?
문법분석: What can I do to save water?


 ♕ I thought hard and got a great idea.
  
Need_Help?
i
▷thought
생각/예상 
▷hard
열심히/어려운 
▷got
get의 과거·과거 분사형 
▷great
위대한/큰 
▷idea
생각/아이디어 .
나는 열심히 생각하여 매우 좋은 아이디어를 얻었다.
문법분석: I thought hard and got a great idea.


 ♕ I decided to take a shower every other day, not every day.
  
Need_Help?
i
▷decided
결정하다 
▷to
발가락/발끝 
▷take
(시간)이 걸리다/가지다 
▷shower
샤워/샤워기 
▷every
모든/마다 
▷other
다른/기타의 
▷day
날/하루 
▷not
유명/지폐 
▷every
모든/마다 
▷day
날/하루 .
나는 매일이 아니라, 이틀에 한 번 샤워를 하기로 결심했다.
문법분석: I decided to take a shower every other day, not every day.


 ♕ Today, I proudly went to school without taking a shower.
  
Need_Help?

▷today
오늘날/오늘 
▷proudly
자랑스럽게/당당하게 
▷to
발가락/발끝 
▷school
학교/대학 
▷without
...없이/ ...하지 않고 
▷taking
(시간)이 걸리다/가지다 
▷shower
샤워/샤워기 .
오늘 나는 샤워를 하지 않고 당당하게 학교에 갔다.
문법분석: Today, I proudly went to school without taking a shower.


 ♕ Did I smell a little?
  
Need_Help?
did i
▷smell
냄새/냄새를 맡다 
▷little
작은/조금 ?
나에게 조금 냄새가 났었나?
문법분석: Did I smell a little?


 ♕ Well, I don't care!
  
Need_Help?

▷well
건강/우물 
▷care
마음쓰다/보살피다 !
뭐, 상관없다!
문법분석: Well, I don't care!


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5월 28일 소풍 가서 나무 구하기 오늘 우리 가족은 소풍을 갔다. 종이컵이나 종이 접시를 가져가지 않아서 우리의 피크닉 박스는 평상시보다 더 무거웠다. "종이컵이나 종이 접시를 사용하지 않음으로써 수백만 그루의 나무를 구할 수 있단다"라고 엄마는 말씀하셨다. 소풍은 정말 즐거웠지만, 나는 집에 돌아왔을 때 설거지를 해야 했다. 나는 설거지하는 것을 즐기지 않지만, 환경을 돕기 위해 그 정도는 참을 수 있다!
[May 28] Saving Trees at the Picnic Today, my family went on a picnic. Our picnic box was heavier than usual because we didn't bring paper cups or plates. Mom said, "We can save millions of trees by not using paper cups or plates." The picnic was great, but I had to do the dishes when we came home. I don't enjoy doing the dishes, but I can stand that much to help the environment!



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 ♕ [May 28] Saving Trees at the Picnic Today, my family went on a picnic.
  
Need_Help?

▷may
것이다/수도 있다 
▷saving
구조하는/절약하는 
▷trees
나무/트리 
▷at
먹었다 
▷picnic
소풍/피크닉 
▷today
오늘날/오늘 
▷family
가족/가문 
▷picnic
소풍/피크닉 .
5월 28일 소풍 가서 나무 구하기 오늘 우리 가족은 소풍을 갔다.
문법분석: [May 28] *동명사S/분사구문⌈Saving⌋ Trees at the Picnic Today, my family went on a picnic.


 ♕ Our picnic box was heavier than usual because we didn't bring paper cups or plates.
  
Need_Help?
our
▷picnic
소풍/피크닉 
▷box
상자/박스 
▷than
보다/다름아닌 
▷usual
평소의/일반적인 
▷because
...때문에/왜냐하면 
▷we
아주 이른/아주 조금 
▷bring
가지고 다니다/일으키다 
▷paper
논문/종이 
▷cups
컵/잔 
▷or
광석/원광 
▷plates
접시/판 .
종이컵이나 종이 접시를 가져가지 않아서 우리의 피크닉 박스는 평상시보다 더 무거웠다.
문법분석: Our picnic box was heavier than usual because we didn't bring paper cups or plates.


 ♕ Mom said, "We can save millions of trees by not using paper cups or plates."
  
Need_Help?
mom
▷said
말했다 
▷we
아주 이른/아주 조금 
▷can
지팡이/설탕수수 
▷millions
100만/수백만 
▷trees
나무/트리 
▷by
안녕/잘가요 
▷not
유명/지폐 
▷using
사용하다 
▷paper
논문/종이 
▷cups
컵/잔 
▷or
광석/원광 
▷plates
접시/판 ."
"종이컵이나 종이 접시를 사용하지 않음으로써 수백만 그루의 나무를 구할 수 있단다"라고 엄마는 말씀하셨다.
문법분석: Mom said, "We can save millions of trees by not using paper cups or plates."


 ♕ The picnic was great, but I had to do the dishes when we came home.
  
Need_Help?
the
▷picnic
소풍/피크닉 
▷great
위대한/큰 
▷to
발가락/발끝 
▷do
암컷/Department of Energy(에너지부) 
▷dishes
요리/음식 
▷we
아주 이른/아주 조금 
▷came
왔다 
▷home
절실하게/가슴에 사무치게 .
소풍은 정말 즐거웠지만, 나는 집에 돌아왔을 때 설거지를 해야 했다.
문법분석: The picnic was great, but I had to do the dishes when we came home.


 ♕ I don't enjoy doing the dishes, but I can stand that much to help the environment!
  
Need_Help?
i don't
▷enjoy
즐기다/누리다 
▷doing
암컷/Department of Energy(에너지부) 
▷dishes
요리/음식 
▷can
지팡이/설탕수수 
▷stand
견디다/(…상태에) 있다 
▷much
많은/매우 
▷to
발가락/발끝 
▷help
도움/돕다 
▷environment
환경 !
나는 설거지하는 것을 즐기지 않지만, 환경을 돕기 위해 그 정도는 참을 수 있다!
문법분석: I don't enjoy doing the dishes, but I can stand that much to help the environment!

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