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이 닦기와 심장
Cleaning your teeth often, every day, is linked to a lower risk for heart problems.

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뭐가 뭔지 모르겠어
Hey, can you read these instructions for me? I can’t make heads or tails of it.

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변모하는 파리
Paris is known as one of the most elegant cities in the world. Visitors talk about the magic of Montmartre, the Left Bank, the city’s beautiful, old buildings and tree-lined streets.

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Sweat. Those tiny drops of perspiration that make up part of our bodies cooling system.

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자연분해 타이어
Researchers say they have created a new synthetic rubber that could be used to make biodegradable tires.

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몸을 편히 움직일 수 있는 공간
Ugh! There is no elbow room in here at all. It’s so crammed and I can hardly even breathe.

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말이야 쉽지
You haven’t found a good job yet? You’ve been searching for one for more than two months now.

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초콜릿 분수
Bradley is a chocolatier. She has been running a successful business for nine years in the Virginia suburbs of Washington. She says making and decorating chocolate is not only her profession but her passion as well.

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정신
Today we explore the word “spirit.” Spirit is one of those words that has many different definitions. We will first talk about a simple definition with an interesting word origin.

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커피 주문하기
Good morning! Welcome to Happy Coffee house. How can I help you? 안녕하세요! Happy 커피 전문점입니다. 어떻게 도와드릴까요? I would like a decaf house coffee please. 디카페 커피 한잔 주세요.

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쓰레기
In American English, we have other words for trash such as garbage and rubbish. They all mean the same thing.

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배짱
In the medical world, guts are the internal organs of an animal. It's a person's stomach or the part of the body that contains the stomach.

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단호하게 밀고 나가다
I am so proud of you! Despite your exhaustion, you pressed on towards the race and finished well. Congratulations!

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애완동물
More and more American families own pets. A recent study says that 85 million families in the United States own a pet.

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지하수
The Earth is losing some of its major freshwater supplies. But these water resources are not lakes or rivers. They are called “aquifers.” They formed deep underground as the Earth developed.

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약속을 어기다
You flaked out on me yesterday. We were supposed to have lunch together!

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입이 가벼우면 화를 부른다
This wartime expression warned people in the military as well as ordinary citizens to watch what they say.

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잘 지내니?
Cathy: What’s up? How are you? Sam: I am doing fine, thanks.

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백마 탄 왕자
Jamie: I met my prince charming at a friend’s house. We met through friends and we dated for a year and a half.

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몸이 좀 안 좋은
Today, we talk about feeling sick. We have all felt sick at some point in our lives. And our condition can go from one extreme to the other.