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타지 마할
India's most famous attraction, the Taj Mahal, is under attack by some members of the country's ruling party.
1268
세탁물
The word “clothes” is only part of a much larger story. American English has many more specific -- and more colorful -- terms related to these everyday items.
1266
접근을 막다
To keep something at bay means being unable to move closer while attacking or moving toward someone or something.
1264
파파야
Have you ever heard of a paw paw? If not, do not feel bad. Most Americans do not know of the fruit, although it is native to the United States.
1262
성공한 사람의 5가지 습관
Having success and being able to meet one’s goals requires knowledge, a sense of direction, hard work and resources.
1261
후각 기술
Would you buy a car that released calming smells into the air when you are stuck in heavy traffic? Would you buy a robot that smells like a human being?
1260
스마트폰 중독
About half of teenagers in the United States and Japan say they are “addicted” to their smartphones.
1259
대령
Today we focus more on history than usage. We are going to answer an age-old question that may have been keeping you awake at night. Well, perhaps not.
1257
미안하다는 말
Did you ever have to say “no” to somebody? Such as a classmate who asks to go to lunch with you, or a roommate who asks if you would like to continue living together in the future?
1256
에베레스트산의 높이
There is no doubt that Mount Everest is the world’s highest mountain. But how tall is it, exactly?