each / every
 
each other /
one another
 
eager / anxious / keen
 
earthly / earthy
 
economic / economical
 
effective / efficient
 
egoism / egotism
 
either...or /
neither...nor
 
elegy / eulogy
 
elicit / illicit
 
emigrate / immigrate / migrate
 
eminent / imminent
 
en route
 
enough
 
enthuse
 
enviable / envious
 
equable / equitable
 
ethical / moral
 
euphemisms
 
even
 
excuse me /
pardon me /
I'm sorry / apologize
 
extinguish /
put out / go out
 
   
  emigrate / immigrate / migrate
   
A. emigrate 이민 (나)가다 라는 뜻으로 사용되다.
1. My grandparents emigrated from Ireland to the United States.
2. She found it hard to emigrate from her home country.
   
B. immigrate 이민 (들어)오다 라는 뜻으로 사용되다.
1. John F. Kennedy's grandparents immigrated to the USA from Ireland.
2. They immigrated to the United States in the 1850's.
3. She immigrated to the United States in 1907.
   
C. migrate 이주하다, 이동하다 라는 의미로 사용된다.
1. Pioneers from New England migrated to all parts of the United States.
2. Some whales migrate from the northern Pacific Ocean to the waters near Baja, California, each winter.
3. Most birds migrate to warmer countries in the winter.
4. The birds migrated south for the winter.
   
  They emigrated from India and immigrated to the United States.
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
   
 
 
 
 
She found it hard to emigrate from her home country.
 
John F. Kennedy's grandparents immigrated
to the USA
from Ireland.
 
The birds migrated south for the winter.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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