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vacation / break /holiday / leave
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valuable / invaluable
vegetarian
victory / conquest / triumph
view / sight / scene
virtual reality
vocabulary / word
vomit / feel sick /
be sick / throw up
vote / elect / poll / ballot
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  vacation / break / holiday / leave
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A. vacation 휴가, 방학을 의미한다.
1. He's on vacation this week.
2. We took a vacation in the mountains.
3. There is a vacation from school every summer.
4. He took a short vacation.
5. She's on vacation in Italy.
6. How did you spend your summer vacation?
7. We're taking a two-week vacation to Mexico.
8. How much vacation do you get at your new job?
9. Where are you going on vacation this summer?
10. The benefits at my new job are insurance and two week's paid vacation.
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B. break 잠시의 휴식 시간을 또는 짧은 방학을 의미한다.
1. I'm getting really tired - let's take a break.
2. We're going skiing over spring break.
3. Let's take a break for a few minutes.
4. I'll go to the store during my lunch break.
5. You need a break from work.
6. When is your lunch break?
7. At 11, the band took a break.
8. We worked hard all morning, then took a break.
9. Recess is a relaxing break in our school day.
10. I've been working since nine o'clock without a break.
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C. holiday는 기본적으로 공휴일을 의미한다.
1. Christmas is my favorite holiday.
2. Veteran's day is s national holiday.
3. Labor Day and the Fourth of July are holidays in the United States.
4. Many companies in the USA give their employees ten legal holidays.
5. Thanksgiving is a holiday in all States.
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D. leave 허락 받고 떠나는 휴가를 의미한다.
1. Tom hasn't taken a day of sick leave in ten years.
2. Captain Brown is away on leave.
3. The soldier went home for a fifteen-day leave.
4. She took a leave (of absence) when she had her baby.
5. They're giving me five days' leave.
6. Carter is in charge of the office while I'm on leave.
7. Mrs. Deming is on maternity leave.
8. Arienne is taking a leave of absence to do a Master's degree.
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We're taking a two-week vacation
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We're going skiing over spring break.
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hanksgiving is a holiday in all States.
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Mrs. Deming is on maternity leave.
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