💎Student's Name: Hak Yong Tae 💎Date: November 11, 2022
📝 TODAY'S LESSON: Course: Debate Book/Website: Active English Discussion Book 1 Title/Page: p. 19 Think for Yourself fourth box
🎧 PRONUNCIATION PRACTICE
▶ cruelty [ kroo-uhl-tee ] ▶ endangered [ en-deyn-jerd ] ▶ nature [ ney-cher ] ▶ degradation [ deg-ruh-dey-shuhn ]
🔍 VOCABULARY WORDS
📌 clogged - blocked or filled with something. Example: Clogged arteries can be held open with tiny wire cylinders called stents. 📌 Cruel - extremely unkind and unpleasant and causing pain to people or animals intentionally. Example: Don't tease him about his weight - it's cruel. 📌 Welfare - (n.) help given, especially by the state or an organization, to people who need it, especially because they do not have enough money. Example: Some people fear the euro will weaken their welfare system. 📌 extinct - (adj.) not now existing. Example: There is concern that the giant panda will soon become extinct. 📌 degradation - (n.) the process in which the beauty or quality of something is destroyed or spoiled. Example: One of the effects of environmental degradation is the absence of fish in that river.
🛠️ SENTENCE CONSTRUCTION
✖You said: They prevent some people cruel to animals. ✔Better say: They prevent animal cruelty.
✖You said: They aims to progressive animal welfare. ✔Better say: They aim to promote animal welfare.
✖You said: My teacher teached me. ✔Better say: My teacher taught me.
📝 NEXT LESSON: Course: Debate Book/Website: Active English Discussion Book 1 Title/Page: p. 19 Background Information - second
IDIOM OF THE DAY:
MEANINGS: ~ The bulging of the eyes out is known as being bug eyed. ~ It represents someone having seen something that is extraordinary that causes their eyes to pop out. ~ Bug-eyed refers to looking at a person’s loved one also. ~ Something amazing or superlative positive makes people bug eyed. It used to refer to being frightened too but is now only used to reflect amazement.