English practice

everyday I sholud use this stickey note man?
현재 관심사
경제, 주식, 주택, 주말
그리고 생애소득, 직업, 취업,
인국공, 그리고 여자친구, 돈,
20억, 공동체, 사람, 인식, 벗어나기,
인간관계, 독서, 책, 영어, 글쓰기, 기록하기
재생산하기, 오케이, 남기기, 활용하기,
무엇을 어떻게, 블로그, 어떻게, 사람, 진득함,
하나의 소비가 아닌 지속적인 관리
신뢰 오케이, 영어, 블로그, 시작, 감사,
나의 삶을 하나씩 옮겨가기.
English
the language of the United Kingdom and the United States, used also in many
other parts of the world.
Amrican/British/Canadian/Ausralian English
Enlgis is also a subjet n school where you study the Enlgish language, lierature, and writing
Engineering. and I will be power blogger all over the world I can do it man.
Content I can do it man
a website on which one person or group puts new information regularly, often every day; weblog:
As millions express heir views on blogs, political diaglogue has taken on a life of its own on the web
to keep a blog, or to pu new information on one:
Earlier  this week, I blogged on the gulf between printed reports abou these Olympics and the experience of living here.
Bloggers are expanding their inluence on American politics
I have a dream man. I can do it man. English and chinese man.
And mechanical engineering man. Okay I will be everything memory man.
girl friend a woman wih whom you have a romantic relationship, or a female friend
I’ve never met his girlfriend.
Susan was going out to lunch wih her girlfriends.
mechanical engineer
a person who designs or builds machines
He joined the space agency as a mechnical engineer assigned to develop tools for astronauts
human o or typical of peopl the human bod Of course I make mistakes, I’m only human
The accident was due to human error = a person’s mistake.
software the insructions that control what a compuer can do; computer programs: educational software
tale a oe to write something down or remember it carefully: I will just take a note of your name and address She made a mental noe of the title. Make a note to call again next week.
Stock a supply of something for use or sale : new regulations should preserve stocks of haddock and other fish. The compnay won’t let you return unsold stock. Stock is salso the otal amount of goods or the amount of a particular type of goods available in a store. New Video has 4000 titles in stock. That CD is out of stock.
a part of the ownership of a company that people buy as an inverstment : There is more risk with stocks than with bonds. Stock prices fell this week.
chocolate
a food amde from cocoa and often sugar, usually brown and eaten as candy or used in other food such as cakes : chocolate ice cream. a box of chocolates(=candies made of chocolate)
feeling, showin, or causing pleasure or satisfaction To tell the truth, I’ve never been happier in my whole life. People want movies o have happy endings. I’m happy everything is working out for you. I’ve been very happy with the education that my boys have gotten through scouting.
happy is used as a polite way to express your willingness to do something I’m driving that way and i’d be happy to drop you off at your home.
It was no trouble at all – I was happy to be of help
Happy is also used in greetings for special occasions, expressing good wishes : Happy birthday! Happy new Year!
exan a test if a sudent’s knowledge or skill in a particular subject : The final exams are scheduled for next week. okay I will do that. marketing. many people can see my.
But you don’t confuse purpose man.
to noice that my son and my who
How much is it man. you can do it man okay everyhing I will take down!
word a single unit of language that has meaning and can be spoken or written The word environment means different things to different people. She spoke so fast I couldn’t understand a word(=anything she said). a brief discussion or statement. Could I have a word with you? Let me give you word of adive Tell use what happended in your own word(=say it in your own way).
news or a message : We were excited when word of the discovery reached us.
a promise You have my word – I won’t tell a soul. She wouldn’t give me her word if she didn’t mean to keep it.
an order or request If you want me to leave, just say/give the word.
to choose the words with which o express something
His description was carefully worded to cover various possibilities.
Press o push firmly aginst something that is fixed in posiion I pressed the volume button on the remote. The crowd pressed up against the doors. He pressed down hard on the accelerator, and the car shot ahead. When you press  clothes, you use an iron(=a heavy device with a flat base) to make them smooth.
to try to persuade or cause someone to do something, or to act in a determined way to cause somehing to be accepted :
The police pressed her to identify the man she had seen.
Marquez will visit Washington o press his country’s case.
She decided not to press charges against him (=make an official complaint)
parent
a person who gives birth to or raises a child His parents live in New York.
A parent is also any animal or plant that produces another.
parental guidance. Just barely newlyweds, they now have to confront he harsh relities of parenthood.
accommodation
a place to live, work, stay, etc. in:
There is a shortage of cheap accommodation
We have first and second class accommodaion
While he was at the library, Steve decided to seek out some inormation on accommodation in the area.
Feeling gulty for the homeless is one thing, finding cheap secure accommodation for them is quite another thing.
Hostels are usually provided as a stopgap until the families can be housed in permanent accommodation
There is accommodation for about five hundre students on campus.
The price includes travel and accommodation but meals are extra.
Keep up the good work.
I will keep trying my best.
Come to the front.
the head.
in front of
for many years to come
now and forever
forward
We ope he does as well during his next years of study.
In the years to come, I hope to stay healthy.
I promise to live up to your expectations now anf forver
We hope they live happily ever after
You still want to love in that fashion from now on?
CNN
abbreviation for cable news network : a US organization that broadcasts news on television internationally
follow to move along after someone or something, or to move along a route or path. The dog followed us home. He drove ahead and we followed in our own car. Follow this road for the next two miles.
To follow someone is also to move along after a person in order to watch where that person is going.
She had he feeling she was being followd.
follow to happen after something else in order or time
We were not prepared for what followed.
A reception will follow the meeting, so please stay.
follow
to obey someone, or to act according to something
ollow the instructions in taking the medicine.
I decided to follow her advice.
If you follow the signs, you will have no trouble fidin the airport.
to understand.
He spoke so rapdly we could hardly follow wha he said.
to happen as a result, or to be a likely result:
Fuel prices for transporting goods have increased, so it would follow hat those prices are getting passed on o customers.
beard
hair  hat gorws on the lower part of a man’s face, sometimes including the hair that grows above the lips
I will have power man. okay I am a press.
Pokemon Go could add 2.83 million years to users’lives
Pokemon Go has done what every fitness app dreams of moivate the most sedentary Americans to ge off their couches.
A new study from Microsft Rearch found that the most interested Pokemon Go players ook 26% more steps than before using the app. The largest bhavior changes were seen among sedentary users.
The Microsoft researchers see tremendous promise for games o impove public healh, given he importance of reaching inactive American.
Pokemon Go took the United States by storm this summer as people romped through parks and yard in search of Charizard and Bulbasaurs. While it was widely suspected that the game was making users more active, the Microsoft study offers hard proof.
Cities used to covet the Olympic Games. Hosting them meant glamour and prestige.
Not anymore.
Rome became the latest ciy to abandon a bid for the 2024 Summe Games when it wihdrew on Tuesday because of worries over the cost.
Budget concerns have led city after city to drop their Olympic dreams in recent years. amburg, Germany, previously bailed on 2024. Stockholm and Krakow, Poland, pulled the plug on bids for the 2022 Winter Olympics, which were later awared to Beijing.
An Olympic host city has to plan, pay for and construct massive infrastructure projects. Security costs can run into the billions of dollars. Thousands of hotel rooms must be built to ouse athletes and tourist.
Most of it happens on th taxpayer dime — with little discernible economic benefit. Electred leaders have argued that ticket sales, construction jobs and increased tourism outweigh the cost. But economists say the real return on hosting he Olympics is no so ros. Montreal, host city of the 1976 Summer Games, provides perhaps the best example of the long term cost.
Befor the  games, th mayo declared the Olympics can no more lose money than a man can have a baby. he was wrong. mismangement and gross cost overruns left the city with $1.5 billion of debt that wasn’t paid off unil 2006.
Related : U.S. Olympic athletes aren’ paid like champions
By that time, the Olympic stadium, known as the Big O, had been runed ino a ballpark and then abandones. The citizens of Montreal ook to calling it the Big Owe. While Montreal is an exreme case, researchers at Oxford’s Said Business School have found that spiraling costs are the norm.
The games overrun with 100% consitency. No other type of mega project is this consisten regarding cost overrun. They wrote in an academic paper in 2013. Other proje types are typically on budget from time to time, but not the Olympics.
The Monreal experience went a long way oward scaring off potential hos ciies for 1984. Only one, Los Angeles, amde a bid, and consequently was able to dictae terms to the Inernational Olympic Committee.
it pursued a new model that relied heavily on private financing. los Angeles also used exsting stadiums as venues, erasing one of the largerst costs assocaited with osting the Olympics. The result? A profit.
But the days of minimal public investment appear to be over. Russia is said to have spent an incredible $50 billion on the 2014 Sochi Olympics. China spared no expense in hosting the 2008 Beijing Games. Several stadiums built in Rio are expected to be used only lightly now that this summer’s games are over.
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