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2019중앙고1-1중간고사          Worksheet 18

One of the most commonly cited reasons for keeping a pet animal is for the companionship it can provide. 애완동물을 키우는 가장 흔하게 언급되는 이유  하나가 그것(애완동물을키우는것)  수있는 반려관계라는 것이다.   

 

The general term companionship usually translates into partaking in shared activities, such as walking the dog, playing with the cat. 반려관계라는 일반용어는 보통 개를 산책시키거나 고양이와놀아주는  같이 공유하는 활동에 참여하는 것으로 해석된다.

 

However, such behavioral interactions between humans and pet animals are usually asymmetrically organized. 그러나 인간과 애완동물의 그러한 행동적 상호관계는 보통 불균형적으로 구성된다.

Humans tend to interact with their pets when they feel like it, rather than consistently responding to the animal's demands for attention. 인간은 관심을 받고자 하는 (애완)동물의 요구에 지속적으로 응하기보다는그들이 그렇게 하고 싶을  애완동물과 상호작용을 하는 경향이 있다.

 

In addition, it is often observed that once interaction between humans and pets has arisen, the termination of such interactional sequences invariably originates from the human. 게다가인간과 애완동물의 상호작용이 발생하고 나면 그러한 상호작용 절차의 종료는 항상 사람으로부터 비롯되는 것이자주 목격된다는 것이다.

 

This suggests that activities like walking the dog and playing with the cat only arise when time can be spared from the human owner's other commitments. 이것은 개를 산책시키거나 고양이와 놀아주는 활동이 인간 주인의 다른 책임으로부터 시간이   있을 때만 이루어진다는 것을 시사한다.

 

Therefore, if one views activity as a global concept―involving instigation, performance, and termination―labeling certain forms of human-pet interaction as shared activities may be misleading. 그러므로 활동이란 것을 선동수행그리고 종료를 포함한 보편적인 개념으로 본다면 인간과애완동물의 상호작용의 특정형태를 공유하는 활동이라고 이름짓는 것은 잘못된    있다.


2019중앙고1-1중간고사          Worksheet 18

partake                                          참여하다

cite                                                인용하다언급하다

term                                              용어

provide                                         제공하다주다

companionship                              n.동료애,동반자

translate into                                 ~으로 해석하다

behavioral                                     행동적

interaction between A and B         A B 상호작용

asymmetrically                              비대칭적으로

symmetrically                                대칭적으로

tend to                                          ~하는 경향이 있다

consistently                                  지속적으로끊임없이

responding                                    대응하기

arise                                              생기다발생하다

termination                                    종료

sequence                                       절차순서

invariably                                      변함없이언제나

instigation                                      선동부추김

termination                                    종료

misleading                                     오해의 소지가 있는

label                                              이름을 짓다

originate from                               ~에서 비롯되다

commitment                                  책임책무

2019중앙고1-1중간고사          Worksheet 18

One of the most commonly (citing, cited) reasons for (keep, keeping) a pet animal is for the companionship it can provide. 애완동물을 키우는 가장 흔하게 언급되는 이유  하나가 그것(애완동물을키우는것)  수있는 반려관계를 위해서 라는 것이다.   

 

The general term companionship usually translates into _____________ in (sharing, shared) activities, such as walking the dog, playing with the cat.  반려관계라는 일반용어는 보통 개를 산책시키거나 고양이와놀아주는  같이 공유하는 활동에 참여하는 것으로 해석된다.

 

__(A)____ such behavioral interactions between humans and pet animals are usually (asymmetrically, symmetrically), organized. 그러나 인간과 애완동물의 그러한 행동적 상호관계는 보통 불균형적으로 구성된다.

Humans tend to interact with their pets when they feel like it, rather than consistently (responding, respond ) to the animal's demands for attention. 인간은 관심을 받고자 하는 (애완)동물의 요구에 지속적으로 응하기보다는 그들이 그렇게 하고 싶을때 애완동물과 상호작용을 하는 경향이 있다.

 

__(B)____ it is often (observing, observed) that once interaction between humans and pets (arise, has arisen), the _____________________ of such interactional sequences invariably originates from the human. 게다가인간과 애완동물의 상호작용이 발생하고 나면 그러한 상호작용 절차의 종료는 항상 사람으로부터 비롯되는 것이자주 목격된다는 것이다.

 

This suggests that activities like walking the dog and playing with the cat only (arise, has arisen) when time can (spare, be spared) from the human owner's other _______________. 이것은 개를 산책시키거나 고양이와 놀아주는 활동이 인간 주인의 다른 책임으로부터 시간이   있을 때만 이루어진다는 것을 시사한다.

 

__(C)____ if one views activity as a global ___________―involving ____________, _______________, and ______________ (labeled, labeling) certain forms of human-pet interaction as (sharing, shared)  activities may be (misled, misleading). 그러므로 활동이란 것을 선동수행그리고 종료를 포함한 보편적인 개념으로 본다면 인간과애완동물의 상호작용의 특정형태를 공유하는 활동이라고 이름짓는 것은 잘못된    있다

******(A)(B)(C) 위의 적합한 접속사는? However      In addition      Therefore

2019중앙고1-1중간고사          Worksheet 18

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(A)Humans tend to interact with their pets when they feel like it, rather than consistently responding to the animal's demands for attention.

 

(B) One of the most commonly cited reasons for keeping a pet animal is for the companionship it can provide.

 

(C)However, such behavioral interactions between humans and pet animals are usually asymmetrically organized.

 

(D)The general term companionship usually translates into partaking in shared activities, such as walking the dog, playing with the cat.

 

(E)This suggests that activities like walking the dog and playing with the cat only arise when time can be spared from the human owner's other commitments.

 

(F)In addition, it is often observed that once interaction between humans and pets has arisen, the termination of such interactional sequences invariably originates from the human.

 

(G)Therefore, if one views activity as a global concept―involving instigation, performance, and termination―labeling certain forms of human-pet interaction as shared activities may be misleading.

 


 

2019중앙고1-1중간고사          Worksheet 18

1. One of the most commonly cited reasons for keeping a pet animal is for the companionship it can provide. 애완동물을 키우는 가장 흔하게 언급되는 이유  하나가 그것(애완동물을키우는것)  수있는 반려관계를 위해서 라는 것이다.   

 

The general term companionship usually translates into__________ in _________ ________, such as walking the dog, playing with the cat. 반려관계라는 일반용어는 보통 개를 산책시키거나 고양이와놀아주는  같이 공유하는 활동에 참여하는 것으로 해석된다.

 

However, such ____________ _____________ between humans and pet animals are usually __________________ _______________. 그러나 인간과 애완동물의 그러한 행동적 상호관계는 보통 불균형적으로 구성된다.

Humans tend to interact with their pets when they feel like it, rather than____________ ______________ to the animal's ____________ ___________ ______________.

인간은 관심을 받고자 하는 (애완)동물의 요구에 지속적으로 응하기보다는 그들이 그렇게 하고 싶을  애완동물과 상호작용을 하는 경향이 있다.

 

In addition, it is often observed that once_______________ between humans and pets _______ _____________, the _____________ of such interactional ___________ invariably originates from the human. 게다가인간과 애완동물의 상호작용이 발생하고 나면 그러한 상호작용 절차의 종료는 항상 사람으로부터 비롯되는 것이자주 목격된다는 것이다.

 

This suggests that activities like walking the dog and playing with the cat only__________ when time can ______ ________ ________ the human owner's other _____________.

이것은 개를 산책시키거나 고양이와 놀아주는 활동이 인간 주인의 다른 책임으로부터 시간이   있을 때만 이루어진다는 것을 시사한다.

 

Therefore, if one views activity as a global concept―involving ___________, ____________, and ____________―____________certain forms of human-pet ___________ as shared activities may be ______________.

그러므로 활동이란 것을 선동수행그리고 종료를 포함한 보편적인 개념으로 본다면 인간과애완동물의 상호작용의 특정형태를 공유하는 활동이라고 이름짓는 것은 잘못된    있다

 


2019중앙고1-1중간고사          Worksheet 18

partake

cite                                              

term                                             

provide                           

companionship                             

translate into                               

behavioral                                    

interaction between A and B      

asymmetrically                             

symmetrically                              

tend to                           

consistently                                

responding                                  

arise                                

termination                                  

sequence                                      

invariably                                     

instigation                                    

termination                                  

misleading                     

label                                             

originate from                             

commitment                   

2019중앙고1-1중간고사          Worksheet 18

_________________________   참여하다           

_________________________   인용하다언급하다

_________________________   용어

_________________________   제공하다주다

_________________________   동료애,동반자

_________________________   ~으로 해석하다

_________________________   행동적

_________________________   A B 상호작용

_________________________   비대칭적으로

_________________________   대칭적으로

_________________________   ~하는 경향이 있다

_________________________   지속적으로끊임없이

_________________________   대응하기

_________________________   생기다발생하다

_________________________   종료

_________________________   절차순서

_________________________   변함없이언제나

_________________________   선동부추김

_________________________   종료

_________________________   오해의 소지가 있는

_________________________   이름을 짓다

_________________________   ~에서 비롯되다

_________________________   책임책무




2019중앙고1-1중간고사          Worksheet 19

Many people think of sharks as terrifying animals, so it may surprise you to know that some people eat them.
많은 사람들은 상어하면 공포의 동물로 보므로당신은 어떤 이들이 상어를 먹는다는 것을 알면 놀랄지도 모른다.

Shark fin soup is a specialty in China, and more and more people are eating it these days.
상어지느러미 수프는 중국의 별미요리인데요즘 들어 점점 더 이를 먹는 사람이 늘고 있다.

Shark fin soup uses only the sharks’ fins, not any other part. 
상어 지느러미 수프는 상어의 지느러미만을 사용하고다른 부분은 사용하지 않는다.

So fishermen usually catch the sharks, cut off their fins, and throw the sharks back into the water.
그래서 어부들은 보통 상어를 잡고지느러미를 잘라내고는상어를 다시 바닷물속으로 던져버린다.

What a cruel and wasteful practice it is!  얼마나 잔인하고 낭비적인 관행인가!

It means that the sharks can no longer swim. 
그것은 상어들이 더 이상 수영을 할 수 없다는 것을 의미한다.

Once the ruler of the ocean, they become prey for other fish.
한때의 바다의 지배자가 였었지만그들은 다른 물고기의 먹잇감이 된다.

As demand for shark fin soup rises, Sharks are increasingly in danger of overfishing and even extinction.
상어 지느러미 수프에 대한 수요가 증가함에 따라상어들은 점점 더 갈수록 남획과 심지어 멸종 위기에 처해있다.

This isn’t just a problem for the sharks. 이것은 상어들에게만 문제가 아니다.

Since sharks are at the top of the food chain in the ocean, they are very important to the ecosystem’s balance.
상어는 바다에서 먹이 사슬의 꼭대기에 있기 때문에그들은 생태계의 균형에 매우 중요하다.

They eat smaller fish, and these fish eat oxygen-producing plants.
그들은 더 작은 물고기를 먹고이 물고기들은 산소를 생산하는 식물을 먹는다.

This oxygen is necessary for human life. 이 산소는 인간의 생명을 위해 필요하다.

Without sharks, there would be too many smaller fish and they would eat all the plant.
상어가 없다면너무 많은 작은 물고기가 아마도 있을 것이고 그들은 모든 식물을 먹을 것이다.

This would mean less oxygen for humans. 이것은 인간에게 산소 부족을 의미할 것이다.

The smaller fish would certainly be happy with less predators, but it wouldn’t be good for the ecosystem of the Ocean.
더 몸집이 작은 물고기는 포식동물 수가 적으면 분명 행복하겠지만그것이 해양 생태계에는 좋지 않을 것이다.

Officials should at least enforce the fishing laws that are already in place.
관계자들은 적어도 이미 가동중인 시행된 어업법을 시행단속해야 한다.

New international laws should also be created so that countries can work together to monitor shark fishing. 
국가들이 상어잡이를 감시하기 위해 협력할 수 있도록 새로운 국제법도 또한 만들어져야 한다.

Finally, a ban on shark fin soup would decrease demand for sharks’ fins. 
마지막으로상어 지느러미 수프를 금지하면 상어의 지느러미에 대한 수요가 감소할 것이다.

Sharks should be a key ingredient not in soup but in the ecosystem.
상어는 수프의 핵심 재료가 아니라 생태계의 핵심 재료여야 한다.

Our oceans’ ecosystems are like a carefully balanced ladder.
우리 대양의 생태계는 조심스럽게 균형을 이룬 사다리와 같다.

At the top are the big predators. 꼭대기에는 큰 포식자들이 있다.

At the bottom are the plants. 밑에는 식물이 있다.

This is also called the food chain. 이것을 먹이사슬이라고도 한다.

Taking away part of the ladder breaks the whole system because each species is dependent on others.
각각의 종은 다른 종에 의존하므로 그 사다리 일부를 떼어내는 것이 전체 체계를 무너뜨린다.

Without prey, the predators would not survive. 먹이를 먹지 않으면 포식자들은 살아남지 못할 것이다.

Without predators, there would be much prey and they would destroy the ecosystem.
포식자가 없다면많은 먹이감이 있을 것이고 그것들이 생태계를 파괴할 것이다.

 


 

2019중앙고1-1중간고사          Worksheet 19

 

terrifying            끔찍한

specialty                          특산품자랑하는 요리              

cruel                   잔인한

wasteful                          낭비하는

practice              관행

prey                   먹이

extinction           멸종

ecosystem          생태계

predator              포식자

be dependent on ~ 의존하다

official               공무원

monitor              감시하다

ban on   ~           ~ 금지

decrease            감소하다감소시키다

rise                     증가하다증가

increasingly        점점 

so that                ~하기 위하여

ingredient           성분

enforce               집행하다

surveillance        감시

destroy               파괴하다

not A but B      A 아니고 B


 

2019중앙고1-1중간고사          Worksheet 19

terrifying           

specialty                                      

cruel                  

wasteful                         

practice             

prey                  

extinction          

ecosystem         

predator                         

be dependent on

official              

monitor             

ban on   ~          

decrease           

rise                    

increasingly       

so that               

ingredient         

enforce              

surveillance       

destroy              

not A but B    


 

2019중앙고1-1중간고사          Worksheet 19

_______________          끔찍한

_______________          특산품자랑하는 요리              

_______________          잔인한

_______________          낭비하는

_______________          관행

_______________          먹이

_______________          멸종

_______________          생태계

_______________          포식자

_______________         ~ 의존하다

_______________          공무원

_______________          감시하다

_______________          ~ 금지

_______________          감소하다감소시키다

_______________          증가하다증가

_______________          점점 

_______________          ~하기 위하여

_______________          성분

_______________          집행하다

_______________          감시

_______________          파괴하다

_______________       A 아니고 B


2019중앙고1-1중간고사          Worksheet 19

Many people think of sharks as ______________ animals, so it may surprise you to know that some people eat them.

Shark fin soup is a ___________in China, and more and more people are eating it these days.

Shark fin soup uses only the sharks’ fins, not any other part.

So fishermen usually catch the sharks,_______ _________ their fins, and ________ the sharks ________ ________ the water.

What a cruel and wasteful practice it is!

It means that the sharks can ______ _________ swim.

Once the ruler of the ocean, they become ___________ for other fish.

As demand for shark fin soup __________, Sharks are increasingly in danger of ____________ and even ______________.

This isn’t just a problem for the sharks.

Since sharks are at the ________ of the food chain in the ocean, they are very important to the ecosystem’s____________.

They eat smaller fish, and these fish eat oxygen-producing plants.

This __________ is necessary for human life.

___________ sharks, there would be too many smaller fish and they would eat all the plant.

This would mean (more, less) oxygen for humans.

The smaller fish would certainly be happy with (more, less) predators, but it wouldn’t be good for the ecosystem of the Ocean.

Officials should at least enforce the fishing laws that are already in place.

New international laws should also be created so that countries can work together to monitor shark fishing.

Finally, a ban on shark fin soup would (increase, decrease) demand for sharks’ fins.

Sharks should be a key ingredient ______ in soup _____ in the ecosystem.

Our oceans’ ecosystems are like a carefully balanced ladder.

At the top are the big ______________.    At the bottom are the ______________.

This is also called the ___________ _______________.

Taking away part of the ladder breaks the whole system because each species is dependent on others.

_____________ prey, the (predators, prey) would not survive.

______________predators, there would be much (predators, prey)  and they would destroy the ecosystem.

019중앙고1-1중간고사          Worksheet 19

***********아래의 두 문장이 들어갈 위치는?

Since sharks are at the top of the food chain in the ocean, they are very important to the ecosystem’s balance.

 

 

 

This would mean less oxygen for humans.

 

Many people think of sharks as terrifying animals, so it may surprise you to know that some people eat them. Shark fin soup is a specialty in China, and more and more people are eating it these days. Shark fin soup uses only the sharks’ fins, not any other part. (A)

So fishermen usually catch the sharks, cut off their fins, and throw the sharks back into the water. What a cruel and wasteful practice it is!  It means that the sharks can no longer swim. (B) Once the ruler of the ocean, they become prey for other fish.

As demand for shark fin soup rises, Sharks are increasingly in danger of overfishing and even extinction. This isn’t just a problem for the sharks. (C) They eat smaller fish, and these fish eat oxygen-producing plants. This oxygen is necessary for human life.  Without sharks, there would be too many smaller fish and they would eat all the plant. (D)

The smaller fish would certainly be happy with less predators, but it wouldn’t be good for the ecosystem of the Ocean. Officials should at least enforce the fishing laws that are already in place. New international laws should also be created so that countries can work together to monitor shark fishing. (E)

Finally, a ban on shark fin soup would decrease demand for sharks’ fins. Sharks should be a key ingredient not in soup but in the ecosystem. (F) Our oceans’ ecosystems are like a carefully balanced ladder. At the top are the big predators. At the bottom are the plants.

This is also called the food chain. (G) Taking away part of the ladder breaks the whole system because each species is dependent on others. Without prey, the predators would not survive. Without predators, there would be much prey and they would destroy the ecosystem.



중앙고1 Ted지문

Conception to Birth 수정에서 탄생까지

Collagen in our body 우리 몸의 콜라겐

On our entire body, everything – your hair, skin, bone, nails and so on – is made of collagen.
우리 몸 모든 것이 전체에는 머리카락피부손톱 등 콜라겐으로 되어 있다.

And it’s a kind of rope-like structure that twirls and twirls.
그리고 그것은 비비꼬여있는 일종의 로프 같은 구조이다

And the only place that collagen changes its structure is in the cornea of our eye. 
그리고 콜라겐이 그 구조를 바꾸는 유일한 장소는 우리 눈의 각막이다.

In our eye, it becomes a grid formation, and therefore, it becomes transparent, as opposed to opaque.
우리의 눈에서그것은 격자형성이 되고따라서불투명과는 반대로그것은 투명해진다.
Growth process of fetus after fertilization 수정 후 태아의 성장 과정

24 Hours:

 

Baby’s first division 아기의 초기 분화

In Early Embryo yolk sack still feeds baby. 
초기 배아에서 난황낭은 여전히 아기에게 영양분을 공급한다.

25 Hours:

Heart chamber developing 심실이 생김

32 Hours:

Arms and hands are developing 팔과 손이 생김

36 Hours:

Beginning of the primitive vertebrae 원시 척추의 시작

These weeks are the period of the most rapid development of the fetus, If the fetus continues to grow at this speed for the entire 9 months, it would be 1.5 tons at birth. 이들 주간은 태아의 발육이 가장 빠른 시기인데태아가 9개월 내내 이 속도로 계속 성장한다면 출생시 1.5톤이 될 것이다.

45 Hours:

Embryo’s heart is beating twice as fast as the mother’s. 
배아의 심장은 엄마의 심장보다 두 배나 빨리 뛰고 있다.

52 Hours:

Developing retina, nose and fingers 망막손가락 생김

In this period the fetus’ continual movement in the womb is necessary for muscular and skeletal growth. 
이 시기에 태아의 자궁 내 지속적인 움직임은 근육과 골격 성장을 위해 필요하다.

12 Hours:

Indifferent penis 구분없는 성기
Girl or boy yet to be determined 여아 남아인지가 아직 결정되지 않았다.

 


 

Humanheart 인간의 심장

Human heart at 25 days is just basically two strands. 
25일의 인간의 심장은 기본적으로 두 가닥에 불과하다.

And cells are developing at one million cells per second at four weeks, as it’s just folding on itself. 
그리고 세포는 4주만에 초당 100만개의 세포로 발전하고 있는데그것은 단지 스스로 접히는 것이기 때문이다Within five weeks, you start to see the early atrium and the early ventricles. 
5주 이내에당신은 초기 심방과 초기 심실이 보기 시작한다.

Six weeks, these folds are now beginning with the papilla on the inside of the heart actually being able to pull down each one of those valves in your heart until you get a mature heart – and then basically the development of the entire human body. 
6주 동안이러한 접힘은 이제 심장 안쪽에 있는 꼭지근 파필라로부터 시작되는 데,  실제로 그것은 당신이 다 자란 심장을 얻을 때까지 여러분의 심장에 있는 각각의 판막들을 당길 수 있게 해주고 – 그런 다음 기본적으로 전체 인체의 성장발달을 가능하게 하는 것이다.
BloodVessel 혈관

Capillary is just a tiny sub-substructure but basically by the time we’re nine months and we’re given birth, we have almost 60,000 miles of vessels inside our body.
모세관은 아주 작은 하부구조에 불과하지만 기본적으로 우리가 9개월이고 출산할 때쯤에는 거의 6만 마일에 달하는 혈관이 우리 몸 안에 있다.

Only one mile is visible and 59,999 miles are basically bringing nutrients and taking waste away.
단지 1마일밖에 보이지 않으며나머지 59,999마일은 기본적으로 영양분을 나르고 노폐물을 치운다.


 


[1] Collagen 콜라겐; Collagen is a protein that is found in the bodies of people and animals. It is often used as an ingredient in cosmetics or is injected into the face in cosmetic surgery, in order to make the skin look younger.

[2] Opaque 불투명한; If an object or substance is opaque, you cannot see through it

[3] Resin 수지(합성수지); Resin is a sticky substance that is produced by some trees

[4] Fetus (임신 9주의태아; cf) 태아 이전은 배아(embryo)라고 한다.

[5] Oocyte 난모 세포; an immature female germ cell that gives rise to an ovum(난자) after two meiotic divisions(감수 분열).

[6] Sperm 정자; A sperm is a cell which is produced in the sex organs of a male animal and can enter a female animal’s egg and fertilize it.

[7] Inseminate 수정시키다; To inseminate a woman or female animal means to put a male’s sperm into her in order to make her pregnant. 

[8] Ovum 난자; An ovum is one of the eggs of a woman of female animal.

[9] vertabrae

[10] Retina (눈의망막; Your retina is the area at the back of your eye. It receives the image that you see and then sends the image to your brain.

[11] Tissue (세포들로 이뤄진조직; In animals and plants, tissue consists of cells that are similar to each other in appearance and that have the same function.

[12] Trophoblast 영양 아층영양포 (포유류 초기 배반포 벽을 이루는 박막) the outer layer of cells of the embryo of placental(태반이 있는) mammals, which is attached to the uterus(자궁) wall and absorbs nourishment from the uterine(자궁의) fluids(유동체).

[13] Blastocyst 배반포낭포; Also called: blastosphere the blastula(포배) of mammals: a sphere of cells (trophoblast) enclosing an inner mass of cells and a fluid-filled cavity (blastocoels)

[14] Uterus 자궁; the uterus of a woman or female mammal is her womb.

[15] Estrogen 발정 호르몬에스트로겐(여성 호르몬의 일종)

[16] Progesterone 프로게스테론황체 호르몬; Progesterone is a hormone that is produced in the ovaries(난소) of women and female animals and helps prepare the body for pregnancy.

[17] trilinear 세 개 선의세 선으로 둘러싸인; consisting of, bounded by, or relating to three lines.

[18] Strand (전선머리카락 등의가닥[/]

[19] Origami 종이접기; Origami is the craft of folding paper to make models of animals, people, and objects.

[20] Atrium 1)아트리움 2)안마당 3)(심장의심방;

[21] Ventricle 1) (심장의심실 2) (뇌 안의뇌실; A ventricle is a part of the heart that pumps blodd to the arteries.

[22] Papilla 1)유두(nipple) 2)종기여드름 3)유연한 작은 돌기; the small projection of tissue at the base of a hair, tooth, or feather

[23] Mathematician 수학자; A mathematician is a person who is trained in the study of numbers and calculations.

[24] Divinity 1)신성 2) 3)신학

[25] Tuft 다발(마리카락잔디 등이 함께 모여 촘촘하게 난 것) A tuft of something such as hair or grass is a small amount of it which is growing together in one place or is held together at the bottom.

[26] Capillary 모세혈관; capillaries are tiny blood vessels in your body.

[27] Gyri GYRUS(뇌회전뇌회)의 복수

[28] Sulci SULCUS(대뇌의 열구)의 복수

[29] Cardiovascular 심혈관의; cardiovascular means relating to the heart and blood vessels.

 

중앙고1 Ted지문  Vocabulary

 


Conception

Collagen

and so on

twirls

cornea

formation

transparent

opposed to

opaque.

fetus

fertilization

Embryo yolk sack

Chamber

primitive vertebrae

fetus

retina

continual

womb

muscular

skeletal

Indifferent

penis

strands

atrium

ventricles

papilla

valves

mature heart.

BloodVessel

Capillary

sub-substructure

vessels

nutrients


 

 

 

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