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People in Switzerland may see some very large, hydrogen-powered trucks on the road this month.
Today we are talking about the somewhat unusual day of February 29. It comes up on the calendar only every four years.
In American English, guilt or sadness is often expressed by the symbol of ashes -- the gray matter left over from a fire.
답답해 미칠 지경
Today we talk about a common expression made from two common words -- stir and crazy. Put them together and you have the adjective stir-crazy!
By definition, an eager beaver is a person who seems full of energy and a good attitude.
The idea of setting up a wealth tax to target the richest Americans has created a lot of debate in the United States.
English expressions come from a number of different places and some are quite old. Perhaps one of the oldest expressions is “slow and steady wins the race.”
Americans often try to say things as quickly as possible. So, for some expressions, we use the first letters of the words instead of saying each word.
Like producers of wine from France’s Champagne area, Brazil’s chocolate industry is using geographical indication, or GI labels.
올드 랭 사인
It is called “Auld Lang Syne.” It is the traditional music played during the New Year’s celebration.
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