어휘 레퍼런스

Session 2 - News Review

album
several pieces of music sold together usually in a digital file or CD

lavish
expensive and impressive

artist
(here) musician, actor or performer

sweep
(here) to win a number of things easily

diss
to say something rude or disrespectful about someone

all over the place
badly planned, organised or executed

Session 3 - Lingohack

restoring
bringing back as it was before

seized
took away forcibly (usually describes police action)

went under the knife
had surgery, was operated on by a doctor

Session 4 - Linking vowels

Use the sound /j/ to link words that end in:

  • ee as in sea, me, bee
  • eye as in eye, sky, die
  • ay as in say, play, may


Use the sound /w/ to link words that end in:

  • oh as in go, snow, Joe
  • ooh as in shoe, glue, knew

Session 5 - The White Elephant

feather in your cap
an achievement to feel pleased about

a lucky break
a piece of good luck / a good opportunity

a real success
very successful

a track record
a reputation based on performance or experience

the secret to your success
the main thing that lead to your success, that others don't know about

a roaring success
very successful

don't count your chickens before they've hatched
don't make plans based on something being successful until it actually proves to be a success

taste success
get a feeling of what success is like

top dog
best or most important person in a group