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건초를 묶는 철사
Today, we are going on a make-believe trip to the countryside to learn about a word that comes from something used on a farm -- haywire.
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휴대폰 방사선
Two United States government studies of cellphone radiation have found a weak link to an increased risk of cancer in animals.
1343
돼지고기
Today we talk about animals--and animals we eat. In English, these two categories often have different names. Pigs turn into pork.
1341
다람쥐
In many parts of the United States, temperatures are falling. This change of season, from summer to autumn, gives Americans many things to watch.
1340
고대 문서를 열지 않고 읽는다
Scientists in Switzerland say they have improved a method to read age-old documents without even touching them.
1339
뇌리에서 떠나지 않다
In most parts of the United States, the month of October brings tasty foods such as pumpkin pie and apple cider. But it also brings scary creatures, such as witches and monsters!
1337
친구
Today we start by asking a question: What sort of friends do you have? The answer is probably -- all different kinds!
1335
스마트
Today, we will talk about the word "smart." Like many words, "smart" has lots of different meanings, depending on how and when you use it.
1333
미세먼지 필터
The capital, New Delhi, has some of the world's dirtiest air. The pollution was a "call for action" for researchers at the Indian Institute of Technology Delhi.
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실마리
So, what are the keys to solving a mystery? If you said clues, you are right. Clues are pieces of information that help you find an answer.