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LevelChapterLessonSection 118History 1. bill2. official 3. coin4. banknote 5. economy6. tourist 7. change8. travel 9. trade10. pay 11. kind12. create 13.

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1 LevelChapterLessonSection 118History 1. bill2. official 3. coin4. banknote 5. economy6. tourist 7. change8. travel 9. trade10. pay 11. kind12. create 13. daily life14. thanks to History ▶ Phrase Check ▶ Word Check ☞ Choose the correct word or phrase for each blank. and, When you buy, don’t have to, the second largest, was created to, if you go ☞ Write the meanings of the words. 15. to Japan, you bring Japanese yen with you. 16.They are Austria, Belgium Spain. 17. things in Korea, you pay in Korean won. 18.Tourists change their money while traveling in the eurozone. 19.The eurozone has become economy in the world. 20.The euro make one big European economy.

2 LevelChapterLessonSection 118History The Euro Story When you buy things in Korea, you pay in Korean won. If you go to Japan, you bring Japa nese yen with you. When you are in the U.S., you use U.S. dollar bills. But in some Europ ean countries, you just need one kind of money -- the euro. The euro is the official money used by 16 countries of the European Union (EU). They are Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia and Spain. This group of countries is called the eurozone or the euro area. The name ‘euro’ became official on Dec. 16, On Jan. 1, 2002, euro coins and banknotes were introduced and people began using them in their daily lives. The euro was created to make one big European economy. With the euro, tourists don’t have to change their money while traveling in the eurozone. The euro is also the second most traded money in the world after the U.S. dolla r. Thanks to the euro, the eurozone has become the second largest economy in the world. * the European Union (EU) 유럽 연합 History ▶ Reading Comprehension Ⅰ ☞ Choose the best answer based on the article. 21. What is one thing that you need when you go to European countries? ①. Korean won ②. Japanese yen ③. U.S. dollar bills ④. The Euro 22. When did people begin using euro coins and banknotes in their daily lives? ①. On December 16, 1995 ②. On January 1, 2002 ③. On December 1, 2002 ④. On January 16, What can replace the word "create“? ①. trade ②. destroy ③. accept ④. make 24. It can be inferred that the tourists _____ their money while traveling in the eurozone. ①. have to change ②. have to save ③. don't have to change ④. don't have to bring

3 LevelChapterLessonSection 118History 28. 내가 그녀를 봤을 때, 그녀는 점심을 먹고 있는 중이었다. (I, have was, her, lunch) ___________________________,____________________________________________. 29. 그가 정직하다면, 나는 그를 고용할 것이다. (honest, he, is) _______________________________________________, I will employ him. 30. 너는 은행에 다시 갈 필요가 없다. (go, to, back) You __________________________________________________________________________ ___ History ▶ Reading Comprehension Ⅱ ☞ Write True(T) or False(F). ▶ Composition ☞ Make a sentence. You can change the form of the following English words. 25. The euro is the official money. ____ 26. The name ‘euro’ became official on Jan. 1, ____ 27. The euro is the second most traded money in the world after the U.S. dollar. ____ The Euro Story When you buy things in Korea, you pay in Korean won. If you go to Japan, you bring Japa nese yen with you. When you are in the U.S., you use U.S. dollar bills. But in some Europ ean countries, you just need one kind of money -- the euro. The euro is the official money used by 16 countries of the European Union (EU). They are Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia and Spain. This group of countries is called the eurozone or the euro area. The name ‘euro’ became official on Dec. 16, On Jan. 1, 2002, euro coins and banknotes were introduced and people began using them in their daily lives. The euro was created to make one big European economy. With the euro, tourists don’t have to change their money while traveling in the eurozone. The euro is also the second most traded money in the world after the U.S. dolla r. Thanks to the euro, the eurozone has become the second largest economy in the world. * the European Union (EU) 유럽 연합

4 LevelChapterLessonSection 118History History ▶ Phrase Check ▶ Word Check ☞ Choose the correct word or phrase for each blank. and, When you buy, don’t have to, the second largest, was created to, if you go ☞ Write the meanings of the words. 1. bill [ 지폐 ]2. official [ 공식적인 ] 3. coin [ 동전 ]4. banknote [ 은행권, 지폐 ] 5. economy [ 경제 ]6. tourist [ 관광객 ] 7. change [ 바꾸다 ]8. travel [ 여행하다 ] 9. trade [ 거래하다, 무역하다 ]10. pay [ 지불하다 ] 11. kind [ 종류 ]12. create [ 만들다, 창조하다 ] 13. daily life [ 일상 생활 ]14. thanks to [~ 덕분에 ] 15. If you go to Japan, you bring Japanese yen with you. 16. They are Austria, Belgium and Spain. 17. When you buy things in Korea, you pay in Korean won. 18. Tourists don’t have to change their money while traveling in the eurozone. 19. The eurozone has become the second largest economy in the world. 20. The euro was created to make one big European economy.

5 LevelChapterLessonSection 118History History ▶ Reading Comprehension Ⅰ ☞ Choose the best answer based on the article. 21. What is one thing that you need when you go to European countries? [4] ①. Korean won ②. Japanese yen ③. U.S. dollar bills ④. The Euro 22. When did people begin using euro coins and banknotes in their daily lives? [2] ①. On December 16, 1995 ②. On January 1, 2002 ③. On December 1, 2002 ④. On January 16, What can replace the word "create"? [4] ①. trade ②. destroy ③. accept ④. make 24. It can be inferred that the tourists _____ their money while traveling in the eurozone. [3] ①. have to change ②. have to save ③. don't have to change ④. don't have to bring The Euro Story When you buy things in Korea, you pay in Korean won. If you go to Japan, you bring Japa nese yen with you. When you are in the U.S., you use U.S. dollar bills. But in some Europ ean countries, you just need one kind of money -- the euro. The euro is the official money used by 16 countries of the European Union (EU). They are Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia and Spain. This group of countries is called the eurozone or the euro area. The name ‘euro’ became official on Dec. 16, On Jan. 1, 2002, euro coins and banknotes were introduced and people began using them in their daily lives. The euro was created to make one big European economy. With the euro, tourists don’t have to change their money while traveling in the eurozone. The euro is also the second most traded money in the world after the U.S. dolla r. Thanks to the euro, the eurozone has become the second largest economy in the world. * the European Union (EU) 유럽 연합

6 LevelChapterLessonSection 118History History ▶ Reading Comprehension Ⅱ ☞ Write True(T) or False(F). ▶ Composition ☞ Make a sentence. You can change the form of the following English words. 25. The euro is the official money. [T] 26. The name ‘euro’ became official on Jan. 1, [F] 27. The euro is the second most traded money in the world after the U.S. dollar. [T] The Euro Story When you buy things in Korea, you pay in Korean won. If you go to Japan, you bring Japa nese yen with you. When you are in the U.S., you use U.S. dollar bills. But in some Europ ean countries, you just need one kind of money -- the euro. The euro is the official money used by 16 countries of the European Union (EU). They are Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Luxembourg, Malta, the Netherlands, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia and Spain. This group of countries is called the eurozone or the euro area. The name ‘euro’ became official on Dec. 16, On Jan. 1, 2002, euro coins and banknotes were introduced and people began using them in their daily lives. The euro was created to make one big European economy. With the euro, tourists don’t have to change their money while traveling in the eurozone. The euro is also the second most traded money in the world after the U.S. dolla r. Thanks to the euro, the eurozone has become the second largest economy in the world. * the European Union (EU) 유럽 연합 28. 내가 그녀를 봤을 때, 그녀는 점심을 먹고 있는 중이었다. (I, have, was, her, lunch) When I saw her, she was having lunch. 29. 그가 정직하다면, 나는 그를 고용할 것이다. (honest, he, is) If he is honest, I will employ him. 30. 너는 은행에 다시 갈 필요가 없다. (go, to, back) You don’t have to go back to the bank.


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