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1 LevelChapterLessonSection 229People 18. Louis Armstrong is possibly jazz musician of all time. 19. His only way to earn a living was on street corners for nickels. 20. In 1919, Armstrong was he moved to St. Louis to join a famous band. 21. By the middle 1920s, Louis Armstrong’s reputation was rapidly. 22. In the 1950s, Armstrong recorded many big hits including ‘ World.’ 1. influential2. desperately 3. wiggle4. poverty 5. deft6. swing 7. immense8. tour 9. popularity10. certainly 11. reputation12. earn a living 13. for nickels14. determine to 15. performance group16. in vogue 17. reach one People ▶ Phrase Check ▶ Word Check ☞ Choose the correct word or phrase for each blank. what a wonderful, so deft that, to sing, the greatest, rising ☞ Write the meanings of the words.

2 LevelChapterLessonSection 229People Louis Armstrong -The Greatest Jazz Master Louis Armstrong is possibly the greatest jazz musician of all time. He is certainly the most influential of them all. Louis Daniel Armstrong was born on August 4, 1901, in New Orleans. Young Louis was desperately poor. His only way to earn a living was to sing on street corners for nickels. Louis was determined to wiggle from the poverty. In 1919, Armstrong was so deft that he moved to St. Louis to join a famous band. By the middle 1920s, Louis Armstrong’s reputation was rapidly rising. By 1929, Armstrong already became a very big jazz star. Then he had his own perform-anc e group -- Louis Armstrong and the Stompers. It was the 1930s and swing was in vogue. Armstrong’s touring band was an immense success. He toured many cities in the U nited States and in Europe. His own band, at first ‘Hot Five’ and later ‘Hot Seven’ was more than popular. In the 1950s, Armstrong recorded many big hits including ‘Hello, Dolly’ and ‘What A Wonderful World.’ His popularity reached its zenith. Armstrong tour ed the world as a goodwill ambassador for America with his band, ‘All Stars.’ He continued recording and performing until July 6, 1971 when he died in his sleep at hom e in Queens, New York. With Louis Armstrong’s death, jazz lost its greatest master People ▶ Reading Comprehension Ⅰ ☞ Choose the best answer based on the article. 23. Why did Louis Armstrong start singing? ①. To join a famous band ②. To earn a living ③. For his reputation ④. For his wife and baby 24. Who did he tour the world as a goodwill ambassador for America with? ①. His parents ②. A boy singing on street corners for nickels ③. The citizens of New York ④. His band, 'All Stars.' 25. What is the opposite word of 'poverty'? ①. confidence ②. wealth ③. courage ④. position 26. What was he doing until July 6, 1971 when he died? ①. He continued recording and performing. ②. He was touring many cities in the United States and in Europe. ③. He was singing on street corners. ④. He moved to St. Louis to join a famous band.

3 LevelChapterLessonSection 229People 30. 매우 멋진 파티구나 ! (what, nice, a) ! People ▶ Reading Comprehension Ⅱ ☞ Write True(T) or False(F). ▶ Composition ☞ Make a sentence. You can change the form of the following English words. Louis Armstrong -The Greatest Jazz Master Louis Armstrong is possibly the greatest jazz musician of all time. He is certainly the most influential of them all. Louis Daniel Armstrong was born on August 4, 1901, in New Orleans. Young Louis was desperately poor. His only way to earn a living was to sing on street corners for nickels. Louis was determined to wiggle from the poverty. In 1919, Armstrong was so deft that he moved to St. Louis to join a famous band. By the middle 1920s, Louis Armstrong’s reputation was rapidly rising. By 1929, Armstrong already became a very big jazz star. Then he had his own perform-anc e group -- Louis Armstrong and the Stompers. It was the 1930s and swing was in vogue. Armstrong’s touring band was an immense success. He toured many cities in the U nited States and in Europe. His own band, at first ‘Hot Five’ and later ‘Hot Seven’ was more than popular. In the 1950s, Armstrong recorded many big hits including ‘Hello, Dolly’ and ‘What A Wonderful World.’ His popularity reached its zenith. Armstrong tour ed the world as a goodwill ambassador for America with his band, ‘All Stars.’ He continued recording and performing until July 6, 1971 when he died in his sleep at hom e in Queens, New York. With Louis Armstrong’s death, jazz lost its greatest master. 27. Young Louis was very rich. _____ 28. He sang on street corners just for fun. ____ 29. He died in his sleep at home in Queens, New York on July 6, ____

4 LevelChapterLessonSection 229People People ▶ Phrase Check ▶ Word Check ☞ Choose the correct word or phrase for each blank. what a wonderful, so deft that, to sing, the greatest, rising ☞ Write the meanings of the words. 18. Louis Armstrong is possibly the greatest jazz musician of all time. 19. His only way to earn a living was to sing on street corners for nickels. 20. In 1919, Armstrong was so deft that he moved to St. Louis to join a famous band. 21. By the middle 1920s, Louis Armstrong’s reputation was rapidly rising. 22. In the 1950s, Armstrong recorded many big hits including ‘What A Wonderful World.’ 1. influential [ 영향력 있는 ]2. desperately [ 매우 ] 3. wiggle [ 몸부림치다 ]4. poverty [ 가난 ] 5. deft [ 솜씨 좋은, 재주가 있는 ]6. swing [ 스윙 ( 재즈의 한 종류 )] 7. immense [ 멋진, 거대한 ]8. tour [~ 로 순회 공연하다, 여행하다 ] 9. popularity [ 인기 ]10. certainly [ 확실히 ] 11. reputation [ 명성 ]12. earn a living [ 생계를 꾸리다 ] 13. for nickels [ 돈 몇 푼을 벌기 위해 ]14. determine to [~ 하기로 결심하다 ] 15. performance group [ 공연 그룹 ]16. in vogue [ 유행하는 ] 17. reach one [( 인기, 권세 등이 ) 절정에 이르다 ]

5 LevelChapterLessonSection 229People Louis Armstrong -The Greatest Jazz Master Louis Armstrong is possibly the greatest jazz musician of all time. He is certainly the most influential of them all. Louis Daniel Armstrong was born on August 4, 1901, in New Orleans. Young Louis was desperately poor. His only way to earn a living was to sing on street corners for nickels. Louis was determined to wiggle from the poverty. In 1919, Armstrong was so deft that he moved to St. Louis to join a famous band. By the middle 1920s, Louis Armstrong’s reputation was rapidly rising. By 1929, Armstrong already became a very big jazz star. Then he had his own perform-anc e group -- Louis Armstrong and the Stompers. It was the 1930s and swing was in vogue. Armstrong’s touring band was an immense success. He toured many cities in the U nited States and in Europe. His own band, at first ‘Hot Five’ and later ‘Hot Seven’ was more than popular. In the 1950s, Armstrong recorded many big hits including ‘Hello, Dolly’ and ‘What A Wonderful World.’ His popularity reached its zenith. Armstrong tour ed the world as a goodwill ambassador for America with his band, ‘All Stars.’ He continued recording and performing until July 6, 1971 when he died in his sleep at hom e in Queens, New York. With Louis Armstrong’s death, jazz lost its greatest master People ▶ Reading Comprehension Ⅰ ☞ Choose the best answer based on the article. 23. Why did Louis Armstrong start singing? [2] ①. To join a famous band ②. To earn a living ③. For his reputation ④. For his wife and baby 24. Who did he tour the world as a goodwill ambassador for America with? [4] ①. His parents ②. A boy singing on street corners for nickels ③. The citizens of New York ④. His band, 'All Stars.' 25. What is the opposite word of 'poverty'? [2] ①. confidence ②. wealth ③. courage ④. position 26. What was he doing until July 6, 1971 when he died? [1] ①. He continued recording and performing. ②. He was touring many cities in the United States and in Europe. ③. He was singing on street corners. ④. He moved to St. Louis to join a famous band.

6 LevelChapterLessonSection 229People People ▶ Reading Comprehension Ⅱ ☞ Write True(T) or False(F). ▶ Composition ☞ Make a sentence. You can change the form of the following English words. Louis Armstrong -The Greatest Jazz Master Louis Armstrong is possibly the greatest jazz musician of all time. He is certainly the most influential of them all. Louis Daniel Armstrong was born on August 4, 1901, in New Orleans. Young Louis was desperately poor. His only way to earn a living was to sing on street corners for nickels. Louis was determined to wiggle from the poverty. In 1919, Armstrong was so deft that he moved to St. Louis to join a famous band. By the middle 1920s, Louis Armstrong’s reputation was rapidly rising. By 1929, Armstrong already became a very big jazz star. Then he had his own perform-anc e group -- Louis Armstrong and the Stompers. It was the 1930s and swing was in vogue. Armstrong’s touring band was an immense success. He toured many cities in the U nited States and in Europe. His own band, at first ‘Hot Five’ and later ‘Hot Seven’ was more than popular. In the 1950s, Armstrong recorded many big hits including ‘Hello, Dolly’ and ‘What A Wonderful World.’ His popularity reached its zenith. Armstrong tour ed the world as a goodwill ambassador for America with his band, ‘All Stars.’ He continued recording and performing until July 6, 1971 when he died in his sleep at hom e in Queens, New York. With Louis Armstrong’s death, jazz lost its greatest master. 27. Young Louis was very rich. [F} 28. He sang on street corners just for fun. [F] 29. He died in his sleep at home in Queens, New York on July 6, [T] 30. 매우 멋진 파티구나 ! (what, nice, a) What a nice party (it is)!


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