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옷과 환경오염
Very small pieces of plastic, called microfibers, are polluting rivers and oceans. The source of these microfibers may surprise you: your clothes.
1117
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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In some parts of the world, April is a time of thunderstorms and lots of rain. In the U.S. we even have a rhyme to describe it: April showers bring May flowers.
1115
농장
Today, we are down on the farm! Since the 16th century, the word "farm" has meant "land used for agricultural purposes." But a much older meaning is related to economics.
1114
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.
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.
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약간의 운동도 유익해
Exercise is good for us. It reduces the risks of dying from all causes, including cancer and heart disease. This is according to the World Health Organization.
1110
세계 지도
Walk into most any classroom, and you will see a large world map hanging somewhere on the wall. Teachers use maps for subjects like geography and social studies.
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화성에서 감자를?
A year later, scientists in Peru and NASA scientists in California started working together on growing potatoes in a harsh location similar to Mars.
1108
폭포 위의 집
American architect Frank Lloyd Wright designed more than 1,000 buildings and other structures during his lifetime. One of the most famous is Fallingwater, a house in rural southwestern Pennsylvania.