- Study Sentence/Expressions Blog [L47] minimal discomfort, if any at all
- if any: Correct errors if any. (=if there are any errors)
There is little water(,) if any. (if there is any water) There is little(,) if any(,) between the two.
- if at all: the condition you gave doesn't usually happen or doesn't need to happen, but CAN happen.
If you do it at all, do it well.（やるからには、ちゃんとやりなさい）
If he comes at all, it’ll be surprising.（もし彼が来たとしたら）
I can recall the story vaguely if at all. （もし思いしたとしても）
Many couples nowadays are having less children, if at all, due to a variety of reasons.
- if any at all: Most business owners were only earning small profits, if any at all.
<= business owners, if they were earning profits, those profits were small, but many were not making any profits"
- Study Structure [Par.6] TS: The body’s reaction … -> SS: Different biters can cause the same symptoms.
-> SD: For example, … Another confusing situation …
[Par.7] TS: Guessing a biter’s identity is… SS-1: Being wrong can be dangerous. -> SD: Doctors in Australia …
SS-2: There are risks as well when … -> SD: If it’s a tick … If it’s a brown reclose…=> CS: That’s why it’s vital .
- Study Vocabulary
- [P2-L16] dermatologist <-dermatology [dɜrmətɒlədʒi] the branch of medicine concerned with the skin and its diseases [L20] prickly <- prickle (n) a sharp point (v) to feel or cause to feel a stinging sensation [L23] exterminator <- exterminate to get rid of by destroying; destroy totally, kill, extinguish : ~ an enemy/insects [P3-L30] pest an insect or other small animal that harms or destroys garden plants, trees; virus, bug - an annoying or troublesome person, animal, or thing; nuisance. [L31] plaguing <- plague [pleɪg] (v) to trouble, annoy, bother: The question of his future ~s him with doubt. to annoy, bother, or pester: Ants ~d the picnickers. (n) an epidemic disease that causes high mortality [L37] a cruel regime ruling ~ - a mode or system of rule or government: a dictatorial ~ -> regimen (Medicine/Medical) a regulated course, as of diet, exercise, or manner of living, intended to preserve or restore health or to attain some result. [P4-L39] arachnid [əræknɪd] any small creature with two body parts, simple eyes and four pairs of legs, including spiders, scorpions, ticks and mites <-> insects have three body parts and three pairs of legs [L40-41] horseflies, mosquitos, or bedbugs [L42] virtually all humans who survive past infancy [L46] append -a subordinate part attached to something; an auxiliary part; addition. - any member of the body diverging from the axial trunk. [L47] swelling <- swell-swelled-swelled/swollen to become bigger or rounder; enlarge, increase, expand, grow, inflate, baloon: my arm was beginning to ~ up where the bee had stung me. Cook sth until they ~ and soften. The profit ~ed. [L49] saliva [səlaɪvə] liquid produced in mouth to help swallow food [P5-L57] rodent any small animal with strong sharp front teeth such as rats, mice, squirrels, marmots, rabbits [L68] swat to hit; slap; smack [P6-L70] narrow down reduce the number of possibilities ; decrease, cut down, lower, reduce: ~ the list to three candidates [L73] puffy <- puff -a short, quick blast, as of wind or breath. - an abrupt emission of air, smoke, vapor, etc [L78] fungus [fʌŋgəs] -> (pl) fungi [fʌndʒaɪ/fʌŋgaɪ] any plant without leaves, flowers or green coloring; mushrooms [L81] Lyme disease an infectious disease caused by bacteria [L82] recluse spider venomous spiders known for their bite [P7-L88] no game [L91] antivenins <- venin any of several poisonous substances occurring in snake venom. [L106] necrosis [nəkroʊsɪs, nɛ-] the death of one or more cells in the body, usually within a localized area, as from an interruption of the blood supply to that part (adj) necrotic
Vocabulary Activities-Word Level
- A. Write synonyms of the informal words-> Check the chart on page 145
- B. Read the words in the box-> Fill in the blanks without reading (voca task) -> Read the text aloud.
=> C. Challenge! Put the sentences in a logical order. Identify the topic of each sentence and sort them
- Corpus Dic circumstance
-> D. Read aloud
Special Program Blog CNN-Secret State: A journey into the heart of North Korea (Infographic)
=> Discuss how you would try to help them or you wouldn’t worry about them if you were a South Korean student => Speak your answer in three to five sentences.
Open Forum Topic-1: Conversation about fidgeting
- Blog 3rd Lis with Transcript-> Vocabulary: make a difference, more/most likely-less likely, with a tendency to/tend to, keep ~ from -ing, daily routines=> Practice with a tendency to
- Vocabulary Multi-word Verbs (1)/p.56