3 Page 139 관계부사 수식 ( One summer day when I was walking to the Cape Town Community Center after school, I heard chirping comingfrom a tree. It wasn’t the happy kind of chirping that Iwas used to hearing; it sounded like a call for help. Iwalked over and looked under the tree to find a smallred and yellow baby lovebird.()짹짹거리다(종류)관계대명사 수식~처럼 들리다To부정사의 부사적 용법(결과)
5 1. 그녀는 핸드폰으로 책을 읽는 것에 익숙하다.=>She is used to reading a book via her cell-phone.
6 2. 전지현은 홍초를 마시는 것에 익숙하다.=>전지현 is used to drinking Hong-cho.
7 It must have fallen out of its nest. It had an injured wing and was not able to move at all. I picked it up carefully,holding it in my hands, and carried it over to thecommunity center.~임에 틀림이 없다둥지상처입은이어동사에서 대명사의 위치!
9 수행평가! Chirp 짹짹거리다 Sound like ~처럼 들리다 Be used to ~ing ~가 익숙하다 Must have pp ~임에 틀림이 없다Nest 둥지Injured 상처 입은
10 수행평가!ChirpSound likeBe used to ~ingMust have ppNestInjured
11 Page 140 I showed the bird to the receptionist, and we decided to take it to an animal hospital. The veterinarian therewrapped the bird’s wing in a bandage and said that itneeded to be taken care of until it could fly again. Mymom wouldn’t let me take it home, so the receptionist gotpermission to keep it at the community center.접수 담당자Take A to B : A를 B로 데려가다수의사감싸다밴드돌보다허락
12 I began to visit the center every day after school to help take care of the baby bird. We decided to name the birdChirpy after the calls that led to his rescue and the happychirping sounds he made to thank us for our care.To부정사의 부사적 용법(목적)~를 따라서 이름을 부르다()구조()~에게 감사하다
13 수행평가! Receptionist 접수담당자 Take A to B A를 B로 데려가다 Veterinarian 수의사 Wrap 감싸다Take care of 돌보다Permission 허락Name after ~를 따라서 이름부르다Rescue 구조
14 수행평가! Receptionist Take A to B Veterinarian Wrap Take care of PermissionName afterRescue
15 Page 141 Since Chirpy’s cage stood right next to the receptionist’s 새장Since Chirpy’s cage stood right next to the receptionist’sdesk, he began to get attention from everyone who cameinto the center. Many visitors started volunteering to helpus feed him and clean his cage. As Chirpy got better, hequickly became the perfect addition to the community.때문에=as, because접수원관심help + 목+ 목적격 보어~함에 따라새로운 구성원
16 After a few weeks of training, he learned to greet everyone who came in with a cheerful “Hi,” and once he was able tofly, he would land on people’s hands or shoulders and letthem pet him. When Chirpy’s wing had fully recovered, wetook him outside and set him free. A lot of people gatheredto see him off. Many of us were sad that we would neversee him again. However, Chirpy didn’t go away. He keptflying back to us day after day.()발랄한일단 ~하자내려앉다쓰다듬다회복되다풀어주다배웅하다떠나가다Keep ~ing: 계속해서 ~하다
17 수행평가! Receptionist 접수원 Attention 주의, 관심 Addition 새로운 구성원 Cheerful 발랄한 Land 내려앉다Pet 쓰다듬다Set free 놓아주다See off 배웅하다Go away 떠나가다
18 수행평가! Receptionist Attention Addition Cheerful Land Pet Set free See offGo away
19 Page 142 관계대명사 수식 Many of the people who came to the center were going through difficult times. The center provided services forthe unemployed, troubled children and lonely olderpeople. Chirpy brought hope into these people’s lives.They identified with his story. He had fallen out of hisnest and almost died, but his life turned around for thebetter when he was rescued. Seeing him made peoplebelieve that things were going to turn around for them, too.()~을 겪다제공하다실직자=unemployed people동일시하다돌아서다 호전되다구조하다
20 수행평가! Go through ~을 겪다 Provide 제공하다 The unemployed 실직자 Identify with 동일시하다Turn around 호전되다Rescue 구조하다
21 수행평가! Go through Provide The unemployed Identify with Turn around Rescue
22 Chirpy became an important part of the community center. When he greeted the elderly visitors or sat on theirshoulders, they felt as though they were spending timewith a loving friend. Children loved Chirpy, too. He madeshy, troubled children feel happier and more comfortableat the center. Chirpy would jump onto one of their handsand let them lightly pet his soft feathers.환영하다마치~처럼=as if애정어린+형용사목적어목적격보어(동사원형)편안한가볍게목적어목적격보어(동사원형)
23 Amazingly, Chirpy even helped some children improve 목적격보어(동사원형)Amazingly, Chirpy even helped some children improvetheir reading. When they were too shy to read out loud toother people, they practiced reading to Chirpy first. Theyfelt more comfortable reading to him; he was alwayshappy to listen and they knew that he wouldn’t judgethem for reading too slowly or making mistakes. Thishelped them build confidence.->to improve목적어too~to… 너무 ~해서 …하지 못하다연습하다+형용사->to build자신감목적어목적격보어(동사원형)
24 수행평가! Greet 환영하다 As though ~처럼 Loving 애정어린 Comfortable 편안한 Too A to B 너무 A해서 B하지 못하다
26 A sense of togetherness Page 143Chirpy gave everyone at the center a sense oftogetherness that was stronger than it had ever beenbefore. The new hope and happiness spread throughoutthe town. We even started to have weekly town dinnersat the community center. This had never happenedbefore, and I believe it was all thanks to that small bird.관계대명사 수식일체감(A sense of togetherness)퍼지다매주의덕분에+명사
27 After I left for university in another region, I didn’t see Chirpy again, but from time to time, I thought of him.Chirpy had a lot of personality packed into a small body. Itwas amazing how thrilled this little bird was to play andspend time with people. When I look back at the time Ispent with him, it seems to me that the relationships webuild with animals are a lot more meaningful than we oftenthink. I will always remember Chirpy as the lovable birdthat brought happiness to everyone he met.지역가주어이따금생각하다개성채워져있는진주어! 어순주의!()(~인것 같다관계)의미있는사랑스러운(())
28 수행평가! A sense of togetherness 일체감 Weekly 매주의 Thanks to 덕분에 Region 지역 From time to time 때때로Personality 개성Meaningful 의미있는lovable 사랑스러운
29 수행평가! A sense of togetherness Weekly Thanks to Region From time to timePersonalityMeaningfullovable