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
 
  ethical / moral
A. ethical은 철학적인 관점에서 객관적으로 정의된 표준에 적합한 인간의 행동을 나타내는 윤리적인 을 의미한다.
1. It is not ethical for a doctor to gossip about a patient.
2. It is not ethical to give or take a bribe.
3. He found a woman's purse and did the ethical thing; he returned it to her.
B. moral ethical보다 더 주관적인 옳고 그름의 규약을 따르는 특히 성적인 행위에 대하여 도덕적인 을 의미한다.
1. You have a moral duty to take care of your family.
2. She was a moral woman all her life.
3. He was too moral to cheat on his wife.
4. She is a very moral person who acts correctly all the time; she never steals or lies
5. Abortion is a difficult moral choice.
6. Cheating is a moral issue.
 
 
 
 
 
It's not ethical for a doctor to gossip
about a patient.
 
You have a moral duty to take care
of your family.
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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