Listen to English every day!

1378
단식
More than one billion Muslims around the world observe Ramadan, Islam’s holy month. Fasting during Ramadan is a requirement for believers.

558
계속 재채기하고, 콧물 나고
Every Spring I can’t stop sneezing. I have a runny nose, itchy eyes and itchy throat. 매년 봄만 되면 계속 재채기하고, 콧물 나고, 눈이랑 목도 간지러워.

1323
코너
The most common definition of a corner is where two lines, edges, or sides of something meet. For example, squares have four corners. And unless they are round, rooms have corners.

1569
붉은 고기
Many studies have tied red meat food to cancer and heart disease. But are the risks big enough to stop eating foods like lamb chops and hamburgers?

1424
명심하다
Jen: I guess I will keep that in mind.

1113
롯데 월드 타워
The fifth-tallest building in the world, the Lotte World Tower, has opened in Seoul, South Korea. The event was celebrated in a ceremony with a fireworks display that lit up the building and the sky.

1413
새들의 리스닝
Wild animals are known to listen to each other for warnings that predators are near. Some birds, for example, flee when neighbors make a loud noise to announce a snake’s presence.

1316
사막 위의 집
Every year as southern Arizona cooled, architect Frank Lloyd Wright and his students would travel there to escape the cold of winter in Wisconsin.

235
아동 도서상
Every year, the American Library Association honors artists and writers of books for children. One of these honors is the Newbery award.

786
그랜드 캐년
The Grand Canyon is one of the seven natural wonders of the world, and one of the largest canyons on Earth. It stretches for 450 kilometers. Parts of the canyon are more than 30 kilometers wide and one kilometer deep.

609
클레오파트라
Today we tell about the life of one of the most famous and powerful women in history. She was a goddess, a queen, and a skilled diplomat and negotiator. She was a great politician who knew how to show off her and her country’s power and influence.

576
통근하기
The only downside is commuting. The commute from my apartment to work is very long. 단 한가지 안 좋은 점이 있다면 출퇴근 하는 거야. 집에서 회사까지 출퇴근하는데 너무 오래 걸리거든.

834
네 얼굴에 다 쓰여 있어
Hey Jen, it looks like you’re upset about something. What’s wrong? It’s nothing. I’m not upset about anything.

695
조마조마했어
I heard you were out really late with Tom. Yes I was and my wife wasn’t too happy. I was walking on eggshells trying to explain to her why I came home that late.

973
녹고 있는 북극 빙하
Arctic sea ice is melting faster than expected, and that means big changes in Earth’s climate system.

241
이어폰과 청력
Electronic devices are changing the way people listen to music. But studies show the devices may be causing hearing loss in many people. Some experts say people may be playing them too loud and for too long.

1500
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.

1350
선물에 대해 흠을 잡지 말라
While holidays are celebrated in different ways, many have something in common -- gift-giving! And who doesn't like to get a present.

1540
북극 눈에서 발견되는 플라스틱
Scientists say they have found high levels of small plastic particles in Arctic snow.

566
어떤 지하철 노선을 타야 되나요?
Excuse me, sir. I’m trying to go to the White House. Which subway line should I take? 실례합니다. 지금 제가 백악관을 가려고 하는데요, 어떤 지하철 노선을 타야 되나요?