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
 
   
  dress / get dressed / be dressed in / put on / wear
   
A. dress 멋진 옷을 입다 라는 의미이다.
1. Are you dressing for dinner?
2. The entire family dressed for dinner.
3. David dressed quickly.
   
B. get dressed 옷을 입다 라는 일반적인 표현이다.
1. Get up and get dressed now.
2. Rob got dressed in a hurry.
3. Go and get dressed -- it's almost time for school.
   
C. be dressed in는 누가 무슨 옷을 입고 있다 라는 말을 할 때 사용된다.
1. She was dressed in black.
2. Mrs. Russell is always dressed in white.
3. She is always neatly dressed.
4. All the Girl Scouts were dressed in uniforms.
   
D. put on 특정한 것을 입을 때에 관하여 말하고자 사용된다.
1. Put on a warm jacket! It's only 40˚ Fahrenheit today.
2. He put on his hat.
3. Put a coat on, or you'll get cold.
4. Wait while I put my shoes on.
   
E. wear는 특히 특정 종류의 옷을 입고 있다 라는 의미로 사용된다.
1. She was wearing a red suit.
2. He always wears a tie and a jacket to work.
3. All visitors to the site must wear a protective helmet.
4. He generally wears a dark suit.
   
   
 
 
 
Are you dressing
for dinner?
 
Rob got dressed
in a hurry.
 
Mrs. Russell is always dressed
in
violet.
 
Put on a warm jacket! It's only 30˚
Fahrenheit today.
 
 
 
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