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  • Unit 3. Making Money
    • <BACKGROUND & VOCABULARY>
    • What did the New York City sanitation workers find?
    • money / fake money / money that was not real
    • 2. Who threw out all that money?
    • people who copied the money / counterfeiters
  • Unit 3. Making Money
    • <BACKGROUND & VOCABULARY>
    • Bills : pieces of paper money
    • Fake : not real
    • Counterfeiters : people who make money that is not real
    • Technologies : ways to make things usually with some kind of machine.
    • Scanners : machines that copy paper into computer
    • Equipment : machines
    • Ink : colored liquid used for printing and writing
    • Illegal : against law
  • Unit 3. Making Money <BACKGROUND & VOCABULARY> 9. Prevent : to stop something before it happens 10. Completely : entirely
  • Reading One: Making Money 1~3 -put it onto A : ‘ 그것을 A 위에 올려 놓다’ -only a few (of) <-> quite a few(bit, a lot) (of) -counterfeit[káuntərfìt]: 위조의 ( 가짜의 ), 위조하다 -“make” money: 문자 그대로 돈을 “만들다”란 의미 -fake bills: 위조지폐 -the number of + 복수명사 + 단수동사 -double: 두 배가 되다 -prevent + ~ing : ~ 을 막다 ( 예방하다 ) -casual counterfeiting : ‘ 단순 위조’
  • Reading One: Making Money 4~5 -6/1,000 inch: six-one thousand ths of an inch ex) 3/7 : three sevenths( 기수 + 서수 (s)) -magnifying glass: 확대경 -a special glass that makes things look bigger: ‘ 사물을 더욱 크게 보이게 하는 특수한 렌즈’ 명사 , a + 일반명사 + 관계사절 -microprinted: 축소 사진인화된 -color-changing ink: 색상변환 잉크 -one, another and the other -notice: 알아채다 -illegal : 합법적이지 않은 (unlawful) -illegitimate : 정당하지 않은
  • Reading One: Making Money 4~5 -prevent A from ~ing forbid prohibit keep ban stop interfere
  • Reading One: Making Money 6~7 -special paper: 특수용지 -with very small pieces of red and blue silk mixed in: ‘ 매우 작은 조각의 빨간 비단과 파란 비단이 그 속에 혼합되어있는’ [with+ 명사 ( 구 )+ 보어 ] 의 형태로 부대상황을 나타낸다 . 예 ) He began to work with his sleeves roll ed up. -exact: 정밀한 , 정확한 -run : 걸치다 , 이어지다 Ex) He had a scar running down his left face. -ultraviolet: 자외선의 -The Bureau of Engraving and Printing: 조폐국 - Bureau [ | bjʊroʊ]
  • Unit 3. Making Money
    • <READ FOR MAIN IDEAS>
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    • 2. Main idea
    • New technology makes counterfeiting easier, but the government changes bills every few years to make counterfeiting more difficult.
  • Unit 3. Making Money
    • <READ FOR MAIN IDEAS>
    • Twenty years ago, only a few people had the skills or equipment to make fake money.
    • One way to prevent counterfeiters from making fake money on a copier or scanner is to use microprinted words.
    • Bills have a line with words that you can see if you hold them up to the light.
  • Unit 3. Making Money <READ FOR MAIN IDEAS> 4. Bills are printed on special paper that has pieces of red and blue silk. 5. A boy in Scottsdale, Arizona, used his school’s scanner to make ten copies of a $ 50 bill. 6. Money printed with color-changing ink looks green from one direction and yellow from another.
  • Unit 3. Making Money
    • <MAKE INFERENCES>
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  • Reading Two: I MADE IT MYSELF 1~2 -It took months of A: A 하느라 수개월이 걸렸다 . -hoping no one would ask why I stayed late: ‘ 내가 왜 늦게까지 머무르는지 아무도 묻지 않기를 희망하 며’ 혹은 ‘내가 늦게까지 머무는 이유를 아무도 묻지 않기를 희망하며’ -hair lines: 아주 가느다란 선 -What I'm doing: ‘ 내가 하고 있는 것’ -printing something they could arrest me for: ‘ 그들이 나를 체포할 혐의가 되는 것 ( 위조지폐 ) 을 인쇄하는 것’ -that : 그렇게
  • Reading Two: I MADE IT MYSELF 3~4 -After about three weeks of slow work: ‘ 대략 3 주간의 더딘 작업 후에’ -study: 유심히 살펴보다 -look right: 정상적으로 보이다 -portrait: a drawing or painting of someone's head -I needed it to be perfect.: ‘ 그것은 완벽해질 필요가 있었다 .’ -over = again -hear them come in: ‘ 그들이 들어오는 소리를 듣다’ 【설명】 [ 지각동사 + 목적어 + 목적보어 ] -with your hand in the cookie jar: ‘ 네 손이 쿠기병 속에 들어간 채로’
  • Reading Two: I MADE IT MYSELF
    • <Integrate Reading One and Two>
    • What kind of skills do they need?
    • CASUAL COUNTERFEITERS
    • - Home computer skills
    • PROFESSIONAL COUNTERFEITERS
    • Artistic skills
    • Know how to run a printing press
  • Reading Two: I MADE IT MYSELF
    • <Integrate Reading One and Two>
    • 2. What tools, equipment, and materials do they need?
    • CASUAL COUNTERFEITERS
    • Computer printer ink
    • Scanner
    • Computer printer paper
    • PROFESSIONAL COUNTERFEITERS
    • Printing presses
    • Color-changing ink
    • Special paper
    • A print shop
  • Reading Two: I MADE IT MYSELF
    • <Integrate Reading One and Two>
    • 3. How can you tell their bills are fake?
    • CASUAL COUNTERFEITERS
    • Paper doesn’t have blue and red silk in it
    • Microprint looks like black lines
    • Ink is not color-changing
    • No special line
    • PROFESSIONAL COUNTERFEITERS
    • -
  • Reading Two: I MADE IT MYSELF
    • <Focus on Writing – A. vocabulary>
    • Government worker -> counterfeiter
    • Professional -> casual
    • Set her free -> arrested her
    • Relaxed -> nervous
    • Not at all -> completely
    • Not a problem -> illegal
    • Make -> prevent
  • Reading Two: I MADE IT MYSELF
    • <Focus on Writing – A. vocabulary>
    • Equipment
    • Technology
    • Scanner
    • Fake
    • Bill
    • Ink
  • Reading Two: I MADE IT MYSELF
    • <Focus on Writing – A. vocabulary>
    • Brand name
    • 2~3. Packaging, labels
    • 4. Pirated
    • 5. Logo
    • 6. Quality
    • 7. Imitation
  • Reading Two: I MADE IT MYSELF
    • <Focus on Writing – B. Grammar>
    • Boring -> more boring
    • Bad -> worse
    • Good -> better
    • Crazy -> crazier
    • Smart -> smarter
    • Dangerous -> more dangerous
    • Easy -> easier
    • Fast -> faster
  • Reading Two: I MADE IT MYSELF
    • <Focus on Writing – A. vocabulary>
    • -
    • is worse than
    • is cheaper than
    • is more difficult to use than
    • is easier to use than
    • is more expensive than
    • is faster than
    • is better than
    • is larger than
    • is slower than