daily / once a day / every day
 
data
 
day / date
 
deadly / deathly
 
debut
 
decaf
 
defective / deficient
 
definite / definitive
 
delusion / illusion
 
denote / connote
 
deprecate / depreciate
 
dessert / desert
 
die / dead
 
directions
 
disinterested / uninterested
 
dress / get dressed / be dressed in /
put on / wear
 
drive-through / drive-in
 
during / for
 
   
  day / date
   
A. day는 기본적으로 , 주간을 의미한다.
1. Most people work during the day and sleep at night.
2. It's a beautiful day.
3. I'm home during the day.
4. It rained all day and all night.
   
B. day 하루, 요일을 의미하기도 한다.
1. What day is it?     Wednesday.
2. There are seven days in a week.
3. We are spending ten days in Toronto.
4. I had my hair cut the day before yesterday.
5. The wedding's the day after tomorrow.
6. We've done enough, so let's call it a day.
   
C. date는 기본적으로 날짜, 몇 일날을 의미한다.
1. What's the date?
2. Give the date of your birth.
3. July 4, 1776, is the date signing of the Declaration of Independence.
4. What's the date of your party.
5 The date of their marriage was June 22, 1985.
6. Today's date is December 26th.
7. There is a date stamped on every piece of U.S. money.
   
D. date는 이성과의 데이트 또는 데이트 상대를 의미하기도 한다.
1. The boy and girl went on their first date last night.
2. He has a date with my cousin tonight.
3. She introduced her date to everyone at the party.
4. Will you be my date for the school dance.
   
 
 
 
 
 
Most people work during the day and sleep at night.
 
We are spending
ten days in Toronto.
 
 
 
The date of their marriage was June 22, 1985.
 
 
 
Will you be my date for the school dance.
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