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1 Unit 3. Going to Extremes: Sports and Obsession
C. BACKGROUND and VOCABULARY

2 Unit 3. Going to Extremes: Sports and Obsession
BACKGROUND and VOCABULARY p. 40~41 style : the way something is done intense : stronger focus : to give all your attention to something focus on A, concentrate on A get hooked on : to become unable to stop doing something ex) 그녀는 나이 사십에 춤 바람이 났다. She got hooked on dancing at an age of 40.

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BACKGROUND and VOCABULARY p. 40~41 escape : n. a way to forget about problems ex) 구사일생했다! achieve : to succeed in doing something perfect : to make something as good as it can be It was a escape! narrow

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BACKGROUND and VOCABULARY p. 40~41 energy : the physical and mental strength that makes you be able to be active. make it : to be successful in a particular activity. controversy : a strong disagreement awesome : terrific benefit : an advantage

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Reading One: An Interview with Tony Hawk The X Games is a commercial annual sports event, controlled and arranged by US sports broadcaster ESPN, which focuses on extreme action sports. The inaugural X Games was held in the summer of 1995 in Rhode Island. The Winter X Games are held in January or February (usually in January) and the Summer X Games are usually held in August, both in the United States.

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Reading One: An Interview with Tony Hawk landing the 900: 높이 뜬 다음 옆으로 두 바퀴 반 틀고 착지하는 기술; 회전 정도에 따라 900의 자리에 다른 숫자들이 올 수 있다. 공중에서 한 바퀴를 돌고 착지한다면 ‘landing a(the) 360’이라고 할 수 있다.

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Reading One: An Interview with Tony Hawk How was landing that trick an obsession for you? : ‘그 착지기술이 어떻게 당신에겐 집착이었나요?’ I think it took me something like 12 times. : ‘12번 정도 시도했던 것 같군요’ [it + takes + 목적어 + 시간 + to 부정사] It took me an hour to do the work. 내가 그 일을 하는데 한 시간 걸렸다.

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Reading One: An Interview with Tony Hawk work on A: ~에 애쓰다(공들이다) ex) I will work on accumulating the knowledge  that can guarantee my future. : 미래를 보장해 줄 지식을 연마하는 데에 힘쓰겠습니다.

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Reading One: An Interview with Tony Hawk obsess:  (어떤 생각이 사람의 마음을) 사로잡다, … 생각만 하게[…에 집착하게] 하다 ex) He has an obsession   postage stamps. : 그는 자나 깨나 우표 생각 뿐이다. She was obsessed jealousy. : 그녀는 질투심에 사로잡혔다. with

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Reading One: An Interview with Tony Hawk 그는 캐나다로 이민가려는 생각에 사로잡혀 있다. 많은 한국인들이 토익 점수에 목을 맨다 He is obsessed with the idea of emigrating to Canada. Many Koreans are obsessed with TOEIC scores.

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Reading One: An Interview with Tony Hawk matter : be important, count ex) Every point in this game counts. : 이 경기에서는 점수 한 점 한 점이 중요하다. Does it really matter who did it? : 누가 그걸 했는지가 정말 중요한가요?

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Reading One: An Interview with Tony Hawk or anything: (비격식) 뭐 그런 것 ex) If you want to call a meeting or anything,   just let me know. : 회의라든가 뭐 그런 것을 소집하고 싶으시면 제게 알려만 주세요.

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Reading One: An Interview with Tony Hawk [get + 목적어 + 과거분사] : 목적어를 ~하게 시키다(~하게 하다) ex) 이발을 해야겠다. 나는 팔이 부러졌다 시계를 고쳐 달라고 해라. I must get my hair cut. . I got my arm broken. Get your watch mended.

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Reading One: An Interview with Tony Hawk keep stop prevent restrain prohibit inhibit 목적어 + from ~ing : 목적어가 ~하지 못하게 하다 deter hinder # forbid + 목적어 + to 부정사 ban bar dissuade discourage

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Reading One: An Interview with Tony Hawk have something to do with A : A와 관계가 있다 much 많다 a lot 많다 a little 약간 있다 nothing 전혀 없다 Ex) What do you have to do with the matter? : 당신은 그 문제와 무슨 관계가 있나요? 

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Reading One: An Interview with Tony Hawk Anorexia nervosa is an illness that usually occurs in teenage girls, but it can also occur in teenage boys, and adult women and men. People with anorexia are obsessed with being thin. They lose a lot of weight and are terrified of gaining weight. They believe they are fat even though they are very thin. Anorexia isn't just a problem with food or weight. It's an attempt to use food and weight to deal with emotional problems. anorexia

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Reading Two: High School Star Hospitalized for Eating Disorder hospitalize : ~를 입원시키다 : to send 《a person》 to a hospital ex) He is now hospitalized after drinking night after night.  : 매일밤 술을 마시더니 이제 병원 신세를 지고 있다. I'm looking for something to give to a hospitalized person.  : 입원한 사람한테 갖다 줄 것을 찾고 있습니다 hospitable : 환대하는, 친절한 hostile: 적대적인

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Reading Two: High School Star Hospitalized for Eating Disorder Once 주어 + 동사 : 일단 주어가 동사하면 ex) The water is fine once you're in! : 일단 물 속에 들어오면 괜찮아! Once she approves the designs, we can begin production.  : 그녀가 디자인 승인을 하면 곧 제작에 들어갈 수 있겠군요.

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Reading Two: High School Star Hospitalized for Eating Disorder to name (but/just) a few: ‘두서너 가지 예만 들면’ ex) To name a few , Westlife, Boyz II Men and Brian McKnight are some of my favorites. : 이름을 대자면, 웨스트라이프, 보이즈투맨, 브라이언 맥라이트를 가장 좋아해요. Some examples are: Memories of Murder and A Tale of Two Sisters to name just a few. : 몇 가지를 예로 들자면,‘살인의 추억’, ‘장화, 홍련’ 등이 그 예가 되겠다.


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